Nokia E5–00 User Guide
Nokia E5–00 User Guide
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Contents
Safety
About your device
Network services
About Digital Rights Management
Battery removing
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Get started
Keys and parts
Insert the SIM card and battery
Insert the memory card
Remove the memory card
Wrist strap
Charge the battery
Lock or unlock the keyboard
Connect a compatible headset
Switch the device on and off
Antenna locations
Nokia Switch
Nokia Ovi Suite
Visit Ovi by Nokia
About Ovi Store
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Access codes
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Basic use
Home screen
One-touch keys
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Write text
Contacts
Calendar
Multitasking
Flashlight
Ovi Files
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Make calls
Voice calls
During a call
Voice mail
Answer or decline a call
Make a conference call
Speed dial a phone number
Call waiting
Call divert
Call barring
Voice dialling
Make a video call
During a video call
Answer or decline a video call
Video sharing
Log
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Messaging
Messaging folders
Organise messages
E-mail
Nokia Messaging
Ovi Contacts
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Message reader
Speech
Text and multimedia messages
Special message types
Cell broadcast
Messaging settings
About Chat
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Connectivity
Data connections and access
points
Network settings
Wireless LAN
Access points
Active data connections
Sync
Bluetooth connectivity
Data cable
PC connections
About home network
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Internet
Browse the web
Browser toolbar
Navigate pages
Web feeds and blogs
Content search
Bookmarks
Empty the cache
End the connection
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Connection security
Web settings
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Nokia Office Tools
Active notes
Calculator
File manager
Quickoffice
Converter
Zip manager
PDF reader
Printing
Dictionary
Notes
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Positioning (GPS)
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About GPS
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Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
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Hold your device correctly
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Tips on creating a GPS connection 98
Position requests
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Landmarks
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GPS data
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Positioning settings
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Maps
Maps overview
View your location and the map
Map view
Change the look of the map
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Download and update maps
About positioning methods
Find a location
View location details
Save places and routes
View and organise places or
routes
Send places to your friends
Share location
Synchronise your Favourites
Get voice guidance
Drive to your destination
Navigation view
Get traffic and safety information
Walk to your destination
Plan a route
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Nokia Podcasting
Music player
RealPlayer
Recorder
Nokia Internet Radio
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Personalisation
Profiles
Select ringing tones
Customise profiles
Change the display theme
Download a theme
3-D ringing tones
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Security and data
management
Lock the device
Memory card security
Encryption
Fixed dialling
Certificate manager
View and edit security modules
Remote configuration
Application manager
Licenses
Sync
Mobile VPN
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Media
Camera
Gallery
Photos
Create a post
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Settings
General settings
Telephone settings
Connection settings
Application settings
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Shortcuts
General shortcuts
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Glossary
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Troubleshooting
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Find help
Support
Update device software
In-device help
Do more with your device
Settings
Prolong battery life
Free memory
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Green tips
Save energy
Recycle
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Product and safety
information
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Index
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Safety
Safety
Read these simple guidelines. Not
following them may be dangerous or
illegal. Read the complete user guide for
further information.
SWITCH ON SAFELY
Do not switch the device on
when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may
cause interference or danger.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Obey all local laws. Always
keep your hands free to
operate the vehicle while
driving. Your first
consideration while driving
should be road safety.
INTERFERENCE
All wireless devices may be
susceptible to interference,
which could affect
performance.
SWITCH OFF IN RESTRICTED AREAS
Follow any restrictions.
Switch the device off in
aircraft, near medical
equipment, fuel, chemicals,
or blasting areas.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel may
install or repair this product.
ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES
Use only approved
accessories and batteries. Do
not connect incompatible
products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your device is not waterresistant. Keep it dry.
About your device
The wireless device described in this
guide is approved for use on the UMTS
900, 1900, and 2100 MHz networks, and
GSM 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz
networks. Contact your service provider
for more information about networks.
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Safety
Your device supports several
connectivity methods and like
computers may be exposed to viruses
and other harmful content. Exercise
caution with messages, connectivity
requests, browsing, and downloads.
Only install and use services and
software from trustworthy sources that
offer adequate security and protection,
such as applications that are Symbian
Signed or have passed the Java
Verified™ testing. Consider installing
antivirus and other security software on
your device and any connected
computer.
Your device may have preinstalled
bookmarks and links for third-party
internet sites and may allow you to
access third-party sites. These are not
affiliated with Nokia, and Nokia does
not endorse or assume liability for
them. If you access such sites, take
precautions for security or content.
Warning:
To use any features in this device, other
than the alarm clock, the device must be
switched on. Do not switch the device
on when wireless device use may cause
interference or danger.
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When using this device, obey all laws
and respect local customs, privacy and
legitimate rights of others, including
copyrights. Copyright protection may
prevent some images, music, and other
content from being copied, modified, or
transferred.
Make back-up copies or keep a written
record of all important information
stored in your device.
When connecting to any other device,
read its user guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not connect
incompatible products.
The images in this guide may differ from
your device display.
Refer to the user guide for other
important information about your
device.
Network services
To use the device you must have service
from a wireless service provider. Some
features are not available on all
networks; other features may require
that you make specific arrangements
with your service provider to use them.
Network services involve transmission
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of data. Check with your service provider
for details about fees in your home
network and when roaming on other
networks. Your service provider can
explain what charges will apply. Some
networks may have limitations that
affect how you can use some features of
this device requiring network support
such as support for specific technologies
like WAP 2.0 protocols (HTTP and SSL)
that run on TCP/IP protocols and
language-dependent characters.
Your service provider may have
requested that certain features be
disabled or not activated in your device.
If so, these features will not appear on
your device menu. Your device may also
have customized items such as menu
names, menu order, and icons.
About Digital Rights Management
When using this device, obey all laws
and respect local customs, privacy and
legitimate rights of others, including
copyrights. Copyright protection may
prevent you from copying, modifying, or
transferring images, music, and other
content.
Content owners may use different types
of digital rights management (DRM)
technologies to protect their
intellectual property, including
copyrights. This device uses various
types of DRM software to access DRMprotected content. With this device you
can access content protected with
WMDRM 10 and OMA DRM 2.0. If certain
DRM software fails to protect the
content, content owners may ask that
such DRM software's ability to access
new DRM-protected content be revoked.
Revocation may also prevent renewal of
such DRM-protected content already in
your device. Revocation of such DRM
software does not affect the use of
content protected with other types of
DRM or the use of non-DRM-protected
content.
Digital rights management (DRM)
protected content comes with an
associated licence that defines your
rights to use the content.
If your device has OMA DRM-protected
content, to back up both the licence and
the content, use the backup feature of
Nokia Ovi Suite.
Other transfer methods may not
transfer the licences which need to be
restored with the content for you to be
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able to continue the use of OMA DRMprotected content after the device
memory is formatted. You may also
need to restore the licence in case the
files on your device get corrupted.
If your device has WMDRM-protected
content, both the licence and the
content will be lost if the device memory
is formatted. You may also lose the
licence and the content if the files on
your device get corrupted. Losing the
licence or the content may limit your
ability to use the same content on your
device again. For more information,
contact your service provider.
Some licences may be connected to a
specific SIM card, and the protected
content can be accessed only if the SIM
card is inserted in the device.
During extended operation such as an
active video call and high speed data
connection, the device may feel warm.
In most cases, this condition is normal.
If you suspect the device is not working
properly, take it to the nearest
authorised service facility.
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Battery removing
Switch the device off and disconnect the
charger before removing the battery.
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Get started
Learn how to start using your device.
Keys and parts
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Ear piece
Display
Left and right selection keys
Home key
Call key
Navi™ key (scroll key). Also used to
zoom and capture images when
using the camera.
Microphone
Light sensor
Messaging key
10 End/Power key
11 Keyboard
12 Flashlight key
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Micro USB connector
Camera flash/Flashlight
Volume key
Camera lens
Release buttons for back cover
Charger connector
Headset connector
Loudspeaker
Wrist strap hole
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Function key
Shift key
Sym key
Backspace key
Enter key
Ctrl/Mute key
During extended operation such as an
active video call and high speed data
connection, the device may feel warm.
In most cases, this condition is normal.
If you suspect the device is not working
properly, take it to the nearest
authorised service facility.
Insert the SIM card and battery
Safe removal. Always switch the device
off and disconnect the charger before
removing the battery.
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Remove the back cover.
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Remove the battery, if inserted.
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Slide the SIM card holder to unlock
it, and swing it open. Insert the SIM
card, with the contact area facing
down, and swing the holder back.
Slide the card holder to lock it.
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Insert the memory card
A memory card may already be inserted
in the device. If not, do the following:
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Line up the battery contacts, and
insert the battery.
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Replace the back cover.
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Remove the back cover and battery,
if inserted.
Slide the card holder to unlock it,
and swing it open.
Insert the memory card, with the
contact area facing down.
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Swing the card holder back. Slide
the card holder to lock it.
Replace the battery and back cover.
Use only compatible microSD cards
approved by Nokia for use with this
device. Nokia uses approved industry
standards for memory cards, but some
brands may not be fully compatible with
this device. Incompatible cards may
damage the card and the device and
corrupt data stored on the card.
Remove the memory card
1 Switch the device off.
2 Remove the back cover and the
battery.
3 Open the memory card holder, and
remove the memory card. Close the
memory card holder.
4 Replace the battery and back cover.
Charge the battery
Your battery has been partially charged
at the factory. If the device indicates a
low charge, do the following:
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Connect the charger to a wall outlet.
Connect the charger plug to the
device.
Wrist strap
Thread the wrist strap, and tighten it.
If you are using a USB charger,
connect the charger plug to the USB
connector.
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When the device indicates a full
charge, disconnect the charger from
the device, then from the wall
outlet.
You do not need to charge the battery
for a specific length of time, and you can
use the device while it is charging. If the
battery is completely discharged, it may
take several minutes before the
charging indicator appears on the
display or before any calls can be made.
Charging with the USB data cable
Charging with the USB data cable is
slower than charging with the charger.
Charging with the USB data cable may
not work if you use a USB hub. USB hubs
may be incompatible for charging a USB
device.
When the USB data cable is connected,
you can transfer data at the same time
as charging.
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Connect a compatible USB device to
your device using a compatible USB
data cable.
Depending on the type of the device
that is used for charging, it may take
a while for charging to start.
2
If the device is switched on, select
from the available USB modes.
Lock or unlock the keyboard
Lock the keyboard
In the home screen, select Menu, and
quickly press the right selection key.
Set the keyboard to lock
automatically after a defined length
of time
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Security > Phone and
SIM card > Keypad autolock
period > User defined, and select the
desired length of time.
Unlock the keyboard
Select Unlock > OK.
When the device or keypad is locked,
calls may be possible to the official
emergency number programmed into
your device.
Connect a compatible headset
Do not connect products that create an
output signal as this may cause damage
to the device. Do not connect any
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voltage source to the Nokia AV
Connector.
When connecting any external device or
any headset, other than those approved
by Nokia for use with this device, to the
Nokia AV Connector, pay special
attention to volume levels.
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Switch the device on and off
To switch on the device:
1
Press and hold the power key.
If the device asks for a PIN code or
lock code, enter it, and select OK.
The preset lock code is 12345. If you
forget the code and your device is
locked, your device will require
service and additional charges may
apply. For more information,
contact a Nokia Care point or your
device dealer.
To switch off the device, press the
power key briefly, and select Switch
off!.
Antenna locations
Your device may have internal and
external antennas. Avoid touching the
antenna area unnecessarily while the
antenna is transmitting or receiving.
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Contact with antennas affects the
communication quality and may cause
a higher power level during operation
and may reduce the battery life.
You can use Switch in your new device
without a SIM card.
Copy content from your old device
You can use the Switch application to
copy content such as phone numbers,
addresses, calendar items, and images
from your previous compatible Nokia
device to your new device.
Nokia Switch
About Switch
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Switch.
You can use the Switch application to
copy content such as phone numbers,
addresses, calendar items, and images
from your previous Nokia device to your
device. The type of content you can
transfer depends on the model of your
old device.
If you cannot use your old device
without a SIM card, insert the card in it.
Copy content for the first time
1 To retrieve data from the other
device for the first time, on your
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device, select Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Switch.
Pair the two devices. To have your
device search for devices with
Bluetooth connectivity, select
Continue. Select the device from
which you want to transfer content.
You are asked to enter a code on
your device. Enter a code (1-16
digits), and select OK. Enter the
same code on the other device, and
select OK. The devices are now
paired.
If your old Nokia device does not
have the Switch application, your
new device sends it in a message.
Open the message in the old device,
and follow the instructions on the
display.
On your device, select the content
you want to transfer from the other
device.
When the transfer has started, you
can cancel it and continue later.
Content is transferred from the memory
of the other device to the corresponding
location in your device. The transfer
time depends on the amount of data to
be transferred.
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The type of content that can be
transferred depends on the model of the
device from which you want to transfer
content. If that device supports
synchronisation, you can also
synchronise data between the devices.
Your device notifies you if the other
device is not compatible.
Synchronise, retrieve, or send
content
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Switch.
After the first transfer, select from the
following to start a new transfer,
depending on the model:
to synchronise content
between your device and the
other device, if the other device
supports synchronisation. The
synchronisation is two-way. If
an item is deleted in one device,
it is deleted in both. You cannot
restore deleted items with
synchronisation.
to retrieve content from the
other device to your device.
With retrieval, content is
transferred from the other
device to your device. You may
be asked to keep or delete the
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original content in the other
device, depending on the
device model.
to send content from your
device to your other device
If you cannot send an item, depending
on the type of the other device, you can
add the item to the Nokia folder, to C:
\Nokia or E:\Nokia in your device.
When you select the folder to transfer,
the items are synchronised in the
corresponding folder in the other
device, and vice versa.
Use shortcuts to repeat a transfer
After a data transfer, you can save a
shortcut with the transfer settings to
the main view to repeat the same
transfer later.
To edit the shortcut, select Options >
Shortcut settings. For example, you
can create or change the name of the
shortcut.
A transfer log is shown after every
transfer. To view the log of the last
transfer, select a shortcut in the main
view and Options > View log.
Handle transfer conflicts
If an item to be transferred has been
edited in both devices, the device
attempts to merge the changes
automatically. If this is not possible,
there is a transfer conflict. Select Check
one by one, Priority to this phone, or
Priority to other phone to solve the
conflict.
Nokia Ovi Suite
Nokia Ovi Suite is a set of applications
that you can install to a compatible PC.
Ovi Suite groups all available
applications in a launcher window from
which you can open the applications.
Ovi Suite may be included on a memory
card, if provided with your device.
You can use Ovi Suite to synchronise
contacts, calendar, and to-do and other
notes between your device and a
compatible PC application. You can also
use Ovi Suite to transfer bookmarks
between your device and compatible
browsers, and transfer images and
video clips between your device and a
compatible PC.
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Pay attention to synchronisation
settings. Data deletion as part of normal
synchronisation process is determined
by the settings selected.
To use Ovi Suite, you need a PC that runs
Microsoft Windows XP (SP2 or newer) or
Windows Vista (SP1 or newer), and is
compatible with a USB data cable or
with Bluetooth connectivity.
Ovi Suite is not compatible with Apple
Macintosh computers.
For further information on Ovi Suite, see
the built-in help, or go to
www.nokia.com/support.
Install Nokia Ovi Suite
1 Ensure the memory card is inserted
in your Nokia E5-00.
2 Connect the USB cable. Your PC
recognises the new device and
installs the necessary drivers. This
can take several minutes to
complete.
3 Select Mass storage as the USB
connection mode in your device.
Your device is displayed in the
Windows file browser as a
Removable Disk.
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Open the root of the memory card
drive with the Windows file
browser, and select the Ovi Suite
installation file.
The installation is started. Follow
the instructions.
Tip: To update Ovi Suite, or if you have
problems when installing Ovi Suite from
the memory card, copy the installation
file to your PC, and install from your PC.
Visit Ovi by Nokia
With Ovi by Nokia, you can find
new places and services, and stay in
touch with your friends. You can do, for
example, the following:
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Create a mail account
Plan trips and view locations on a
map
Download games, applications,
videos, and ringing tones to your
device
Purchase music
Some downloadable items are free of
charge, others you may need to pay for.
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Access codes
The available services may vary by
country or region, and not all languages
are supported.
To access Nokia's Ovi services, go to
www.ovi.com, and register your own
Nokia account.
For more information, go to
www.ovi.com/support.
About Ovi Store
In Ovi Store, you can download
mobile games, applications, videos,
images, themes, and ringing tones to
your device. Some items are free of
charge; others you need to pay for with
your credit card or in your phone bill.
The availability of payment methods
depends on your country of residence
and your network service provider. Ovi
Store offers content that is compatible
with your mobile device and relevant to
your tastes and location.
Access codes
If you forget any of the access codes,
contact your service provider.
Personal identification number (PIN)
code — This code protects your SIM card
against unauthorised use. The PIN code
(4 - 8 digits) is usually supplied with the
SIM card. After three consecutive
incorrect PIN code entries, the code is
blocked, and you need the PUK code to
unblock it.
UPIN code — This code may be supplied
with the USIM card. The USIM card is an
enhanced version of the SIM card and is
supported by 3G mobile phones.
PIN2 code — This code (4 - 8 digits) is
supplied with some SIM cards, and is
required to access some functions in
your device.
Lock code (also known as security
code) — The lock code helps you to
protect your device against
unauthorised use. The preset code is
12345. You can create and change the
code, and set the device to request the
code. Keep the new code secret and in a
safe place separate from your device. If
you forget the code and your device is
locked, your device will require service.
Additional charges may apply, and all
the personal data in your device may be
deleted. For more information, contact
a Nokia Care Centre or your device
dealer.
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK) code and
PUK2 code — These codes (8 digits) are
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required to change a blocked PIN code
or PIN2 code, respectively. If the codes
are not supplied with the SIM card,
contact the network service provider
whose SIM card is in your device.
UPUK code — This code (8 digits) is
required to change a blocked UPIN code.
If the code is not supplied with the USIM
card, contact the network service
provider whose USIM card is in your
device.
International Mobile Equipment
Identity (IMEI) number — This number
(15 or 17 digits) is used to identify valid
devices on the GSM network. Devices
that are, for example, stolen, can be
blocked from accessing the network.
The IMEI number for your device can be
found under the battery.
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Home screen
The home screen is your starting point
where you can collect all your important
contacts and application shortcuts.
When you have switched on the device,
and it is registered to a network, the
device is in the home screen view.
Use the scroll key to navigate in the
home screen.
Basic use
Learn how to use the basic features of
your device.
The home screen consists of the
following:
Home screen
Learn how to use and personalise your
home screen, and organise the content
to your liking.
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3
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Contacts bar
Application plug-ins
Application shortcuts
To customise application plug-ins and
shortcuts, or to change the home screen
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theme, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Settings and General >
Personalisation > Standby mode and
the appropriate option. You might not
be able to change all shortcuts.
Contacts bar
To add a contact to your home screen,
select the Add icon and a contact from
the list.
To create a new contact, select
Options > New contact, enter the
details, and select Done. You can also
add an image to the contact
information.
To remove a contact from the home
screen, in the contact information view,
select the Open icon and Remove.
One-touch keys
With the One-touch keys, you can access
applications and tasks quickly. Your
service provider may have assigned
applications to the keys, in which case
you cannot change them.
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2
Home key
Messaging key
Home key
To access the home screen, press the
home key briefly. Press the home key
briefly again to access the menu.
To view the list of active applications,
press the home key for a few seconds.
When the list is open, press the home
key briefly to scroll the list. To open the
selected application, press the home
key for a few seconds, or press the scroll
key. To close the selected application,
press the backspace key.
Leaving applications running in the
background increases the demand on
battery power and reduces the battery
life.
Messaging key
To open the Messaging application,
press the messaging key.
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To start writing a new message, press
and hold the messaging key.
When you press the messaging key for
the first time, you are asked to define
the messaging key settings. Follow the
instructions on the display. You can
modify the settings later.
Write text
The available input methods may vary.
Use the keyboard
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2
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Function key
Shift key
Sym key
Backspace key
Enter key
Ctrl key
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Switch between the different
character cases
To change between the upper and lower
case modes, press the shift key twice. To
enter a single upper case letter in lower
case mode, or vice versa, press the shift
key once, and then the desired alphabet
key.
Insert a number or special character
printed at the top of a key
Press the function key, and then press
the corresponding alphabet key, or
press and hold the alphabet key only. To
enter several special characters in a row,
press the function key twice quickly, and
then press the desired alphabet keys. To
return to normal mode, press the
function key once.
Insert a special character that is not
on the keyboard
and a
Press the sym key, and select
character.
Insert a letter that is not on the
keyboard
It is possible to insert variations of
letters, for example, letters with
accents. For example, to insert á, press
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and hold the sym key, and
simultaneously press the A key
repeatedly, until the desired character is
displayed. The order and availability of
letters depends on the selected writing
language.
Insert a smiley
Press the sym key, and select a smiley.
Smileys are only available for text and
multimedia messages.
Tip: To add a recently used special
character, while pressing and holding
the ctrl key, press the sym key, and from
the pop-up menu, select the character.
Copy and paste text
1 Press and hold the shift key, and
scroll to highlight the text you want
to copy.
2 Press ctrl + C.
3 Go to the place where you want to
paste the text, and press ctrl + V.
Change the writing language or
activate predictive text input
Select Options > Input options.
Predictive text input
To activate predictive text input, select
Options > Input options > Activate
is
prediction. The indicator
displayed.
When you start writing a word, your
device suggests possible words. When
the correct word is found, scroll right to
confirm it.
While writing, you can also scroll down
to access a list of suggested words. If the
desired word is on the list, select the
word.
If the word you are writing is not in the
dictionary of the device, the device
suggests a possible word, while the
word you were writing is shown above
the suggested word. Scroll up to select
your word. The word is added to the
dictionary when you start writing the
next word.
To deactivate predictive text input,
select Options > Input options >
Deactivate prediction.
To define the settings for text input,
select Options > Input options >
Settings.
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To change the writing language, select
Options > Input options > Writing
language.
Contacts
Stay connected with your online
friends
You can synchronise the contact
information on your device with
contacts you have on Facebook. When
you allow synchronisation, you are able
to view your contacts' Facebook profile
information, such as their picture and
status updates, in the Contacts
application on your device.
Synchronising your contacts and
retrieving status updates are network
services. Roaming and data transfer
charges may apply. If the social
networking service is not available or
functioning correctly, you may not be
able to synchronise or retrieve status
updates.
Synchronise your contacts
Open the social networking service
application, and follow the instructions.
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This feature may not be available in
certain regions.
Copy contacts
Select Menu > Contacts.
When you open the contacts list for the
first time, the device asks if you want to
copy names and numbers from the SIM
card to your device.
Start copying
Select OK.
Cancel copying
Select Cancel.
The device asks if you want to view the
SIM card contacts in the contacts list. To
view the contacts, select OK. The
contacts list opens, and the names
stored on your SIM card are indicated
.
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Manage names and numbers
Select Menu > Contacts.
Delete a contact
Go to a contact, and select Options >
Delete.
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Delete several contacts
1 To mark a contact to be deleted, go
to the contact, and select
Options > Mark/Unmark.
2 To delete the marked contacts,
select Options > Delete.
Copy a contact
Go to a contact, and select Options >
Copy and the desired location.
Send a contact to another device
Select the contact and Options > View
details > Options > Send business
card.
Listen to the voice tag assigned to a
contact
Select the contact and Options > View
details > Options > Voice tag
details > Options > Play voice tag.
When entering contacts or editing voice
commands, do not use very short or
similar names for different contacts or
commands.
Using voice tags may be difficult in a
noisy environment or during an
emergency, so you should not rely solely
upon voice dialling in all circumstances.
Save and edit names and numbers
Select Menu > Contacts.
Add a new contact to the contacts list
1 Select Options > New contact.
2 Fill in the appropriate fields, and
select Done.
Edit a contact
Select a contact and Options > View
details > Options > Edit.
Ringing tones, images, and call text
for contacts
You can define a ringing tone for a
contact or group, and an image and a
call text for a contact. When the contact
calls you, the device plays the selected
ringing tone and shows the call text or
image if the caller’s phone number is
sent with the call and your device
recognises it.
To define a ringing tone for a contact or
a contact group, select the contact or
contact group, Options > View
details > Options > Ringing tone,
and a ringing tone.
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To define the call text for a contact,
select the contact and Options > View
details > Options > Add text for call.
Enter the call text, and select OK.
In the month view, calendar entries are
marked with a triangle. Anniversary
entries are also marked with an
exclamation mark. The entries of the
selected day are displayed as a list.
1
To open calendar entries, select a
calendar view and an entry.
2
To add an image for a contact saved
in the device memory, select the
contact and Options > View
details > Options > Add image.
Select an image from Photos.
To remove the ringing tone, select
Default tone from the list of ringing
tones.
To view, change, or remove the image
from a contact, select the contact,
Options > View details > Options >
Image, and the desired option.
Calendar
About Calendar
Select Menu > Calendar.
With calendar, you can create and view
scheduled events and appointments,
and switch between different calendar
views.
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Whenever you see the
right to access a list of available actions.
To close the list, scroll left.
Create calendar entries
Select Menu > Calendar.
You can create the following types of
calendar entries:
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Meeting entries remind you of
events that have a specific date and
time.
Meeting requests are invitations
that you can send to the
participants. Before you can create
meeting requests you must have a
compatible mailbox configured to
your device.
Memo entries are related to the
whole day but not to a specific time
of the day.
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Anniversary entries remind you of
birthdays and special dates. They
refer to a certain day but not a
specific time of the day. Anniversary
entries are repeated every year.
To-do entries remind you of a task
that has a due date but not a specific
time of the day.
To create a calendar entry, select a date,
Options > New entry, and the entry
type.
To set the priority for meeting entries,
select Options > Priority.
To define how the entry is handled
during synchronisation, select Private
to hide the entry from viewers if the
calendar is available online, Public to
make the entry visible to viewers, or
None to not copy the entry to your
computer.
To send the entry to a compatible
device, select Options > Send.
To make a meeting request of a meeting
entry, select Options > Add
participants.
Create meeting requests
Select Menu > Calendar.
Before you can create meeting requests,
you must have a compatible mailbox
configured for your device.
To create a meeting entry:
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To create a meeting entry, select a
day and Options > New entry >
Meeting request.
Enter the names of the required
participants. To add names from
your contacts list, enter the first few
characters, and select from the
proposed matches. To add optional
participants, select Options > Add
optional participants.
Enter the subject.
Enter the start and end times and
dates, or select All-day event.
Enter the location.
Set an alarm for the entry, if needed.
For a recurring meeting, set the
recurrence time, and enter the end
date.
Enter a description.
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To set the priority for the meeting
request, select Options > Priority.
To send the meeting request, select
Options > Send.
Calendar views
Select Menu > Calendar.
You can switch between the following
views:
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•
Month view shows the current
month and the calendar entries of
the selected day in a list.
Week view shows the events for the
selected week in seven day boxes.
Day view shows the events for the
selected day grouped into time slots
according to their starting time.
To-do view shows all to-do items.
Agenda view shows the events for
the selected day in a list.
To change the view, select Options >
Change view and the desired view.
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To move to the next or the previous day
in month, week, day, and agenda view,
select the desired day.
To change the default view, select
Options > Settings > Default view.
Multitasking
You can have several applications open
at the same time. To switch between
,
active applications, press and hold
scroll to an application, and press the
scroll key. To close the selected
application, press the backspace key.
Example: When you have an active
phone call and want to check your
to access the menu,
calendar, press
and open the Calendar application. The
phone call remains active in the
background.
Example: When you are writing a
message and want to check a web site,
to access the menu, and open
press
the Web application. Select a bookmark
or enter the web address manually, and
select Go to. To return to your message,
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press and hold
, scroll to the message
and press the scroll key.
Flashlight
The camera flash can be used as a
flashlight. To switch the flashlight on or
off, in the home screen, press and hold
the space bar.
Do not point the flashlight at anyone's
eye.
Ovi Files
With Ovi Files, you can use your Nokia
E5-00 to access content on your
computer if it is switched on and
connected to the internet. You will need
to install the Ovi Files application on
every computer you want to access with
Ovi Files.
With Ovi Files, you can:
•
•
Browse, search, and view your
images. You do not need to upload
the images to the website but you
can access your computer content
with your mobile device.
Browse, search, and view your files
and documents.
•
•
•
Transfer songs from your computer
to your device.
Send files and folders from your
computer without moving them to
and from your device first.
Access files on your computer even
when your computer is switched
off. Just choose which folders and
files you want to be available, and
Ovi Files automatically keeps an upto-date copy stored in a protected,
online storage for access even when
your computer is switched off.
For support, see files.ovi.com/support.
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Voice calls
1 In the home screen, enter the phone
number, including the area code. To
remove a number, press the
backspace key.
For international calls, press + (+
replaces the international access
code), and enter the country code,
area code (omit the leading zero if
necessary), and phone number.
2 To make the call, press the call key.
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To end the call (or to cancel the call
attempt), press the end key.
Pressing the end key always ends a
call, even if another application is
active.
To make a call from the contacts list,
select Menu > Contacts.
Scroll to the desired name, or enter the
first letters or characters of the name to
the search field.
To call the contact, press the call key. If
you have saved several numbers for a
contact, select the desired number from
the list, and press the call key.
During a call
Mute or unmute the microphone
Select Mute or Unmute.
Put an active voice call on hold
Select Options > Hold.
Activate the loudspeaker
Select Options > Activate
loudspeaker. If you have attached a
compatible headset with Bluetooth
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connectivity, to route the sound to the
headset, select Options > Activate
handsfree.
Switch back to the handset
Select Options > Activate handset.
End a call
Press the end key.
Switch between active and held calls
Select Options > Swap.
Tip: To put an active call on hold, press
the call key. To activate the held call,
press the call key again.
Send DTMF tone strings
1 Select Options > Send DTMF.
2 Enter the DTMF string or search for
it from the contacts list.
3 To enter a wait character (w) or a
pause character (p), press *
repeatedly.
4 To send the tone, select OK. You can
add DTMF tones to the phone
number or DTMF field in contact
details.
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End an active call and replace it with
another incoming call
Select Options > Replace.
To change the mailbox number, select
the mailbox and Options > Change
number.
End all calls
Select Options > End all calls.
Answer or decline a call
Many of the options that you can use
during a voice call are network services.
Voice mail
Select Menu > Settings > Call
mailbox.
When you open the Voice mail
application (network service) for the
first time, you are asked to enter the
number of your voice mailbox.
To call your voice mailbox, scroll to
Voice mailbox, and select Options >
Call voice mailbox.
To call your mailbox in the home screen,
press and hold 1; or press 1 and then the
call key. Select the mailbox you want to
call.
To answer the call, press the call key.
To mute the ringing tone of an incoming
call, select Silence.
If you do not want to answer a call, press
the end key. If you activate the Call
divert > Voice calls > If busy function
in phone settings to divert calls,
declining an incoming call also diverts
the call.
When you select Silence to mute the
ringing tone of an incoming call, you can
send a text message without rejecting
the call, informing the caller that you
cannot answer the call. Select
Options > Send message.
To activate or deactivate rejecting calls
with a text message, select Menu >
Ctrl. panel > Settings and Phone >
Call > Reject call with message. To
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edit the content of the message sent to
the caller, select Message text.
Make a conference call
1 Make a call to the first participant.
2 To make a call to another
participant, select Options > New
call. The first call is put on hold.
3 When the new call is answered, to
join the first participant in the
conference call, select Options >
Conference.
To add a new person to the call,
repeat step 2, and select Options >
Conference > Add to conference.
Your device supports conference
calls between a maximum of six
participants, including yourself.
To have a private conversation with
one of the participants, select
Options > Conference > Private.
Select a participant, and select
Private. The conference call is put
on hold on your device. The other
participants can still continue the
conference call.
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After you finish the private
conversation, select Options >
Conference to return to the
conference call.
To drop a participant, select
Options > Conference > Drop
participant, scroll to the
participant, and select Drop.
4
To end the active conference call,
press the end key.
Speed dial a phone number
To activate the feature, select Menu >
Ctrl. panel > Settings and Phone >
Call > Speed dialling.
1
2
To assign a phone number to one of
the number keys (2-9), select
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Speed dial.
Scroll to the key to which you want
to assign the phone number, and
select Options > Assign.
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To call an assigned number, in the home
screen, press the assigned key and then
the call key.
Call waiting
You can answer a call while you have
another call in progress. To activate call
waiting (network service), select
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings and
Phone > Call > Call waiting.
To answer the waiting call, press the call
key. The first call is put on hold.
To switch between the two calls, select
Swap.
To connect an incoming call or a call on
hold with an active call and to
disconnect yourself from the calls, select
Options > Transfer.
To end the active call, press the end key.
To end both calls, select Options > End
all calls.
Call divert
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Phone > Call divert.
Divert incoming calls to your voice
mailbox or to another phone number.
For details, contact your service
provider.
Select the type of calls to divert and from
the following:
All voice calls, All data and video
calls, or All fax calls — Divert all
incoming voice, data, video, or fax calls.
You cannot answer the calls, only divert
the calls to another number.
If busy — Divert incoming calls if you
have an active call.
If not answered — Divert incoming
calls after your device rings for a
specified length of time. Select the
length of time for the device to ring
before diverting the call.
If out of reach — Divert calls when the
device is switched off or out of network
coverage.
If not available — Divert calls if you
have an active call, do not answer, or the
device is switched off or out of network
coverage.
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To divert calls to your voice mailbox,
select a call type, a diverting option,
and Options > Activate > To voice
mailbox.
To divert calls to another phone
number, select a call type, a diverting
option, and Options > Activate > To
other number. Enter the number, or
select Find to retrieve a number saved
in Contacts.
To check the current diverting status,
scroll to the diverting option, and select
Options > Check status.
To stop diverting calls, scroll to the
diverting option, and select Options >
Deactivate.
Call barring
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Phone > Call barring.
You can bar the calls that can be made
or received with the device (network
service). To modify the settings, you
need the barring password from your
service provider. Call barring affects all
call types.
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Select from the following voice call
barring settings:
Outgoing calls — Prevent making
voice calls with your device.
Incoming calls — Prevent incoming
calls.
International calls — Prevent calling
to foreign countries or regions.
Incoming calls when roaming
— Prevent incoming calls when outside
your home country.
International calls except to home
country — Prevent calls to foreign
countries or regions, but allow calls to
your home country.
To check the status of voice call barrings,
select the barring option and
Options > Check status.
To deactivate all voice call barrings,
select a barring option and Options >
Deactivate all barrings.
To change the password used for
barring voice, fax, and data calls, select
Options > Edit barring password.
Enter the current code, then the new
code twice. The barring password must
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be four digits long. For details, contact
your service provider.
Voice dialling
Your device supports enhanced voice
commands. Enhanced voice commands
are not dependent on the speaker’s
voice, so you do not need to record voice
tags in advance. The device creates a
voice tag for the entries in the contacts,
and compares the spoken voice tag to it.
The voice recognition in the device
adapts to the main user’s voice to
recognise the voice commands better.
The voice tag for a contact is the name
that is saved for the contact. To listen to
the synthesised voice tag, select a
contact and Options > View details >
Options > Voice tag details >
Options > Play voice tag.
Note: Using voice tags may be difficult
in a noisy environment or during an
emergency, so you should not rely solely
upon voice dialling in all circumstances.
Make a call with a voice tag
When you use voice dialling, the
loudspeaker is in use. Hold the device at
a short distance away when you say the
voice tag.
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2
3
To start voice dialling, in the home
screen, press and hold the right
selection key. If a compatible
headset with the headset key is
attached, press and hold the
headset key to start voice dialling.
A short tone sounds, and Speak
now is displayed. Say clearly the
name that is saved for the contact.
The device plays a synthesised voice
tag for the recognised contact, and
displays the name and number. If
you do not want to call that contact,
select another contact from the list
of matches within 2.5 seconds, or,
to cancel, select Quit.
If several numbers are saved for a name,
the device selects the default number, if
defined. Otherwise, the device selects
the first available number in a contact
card. You can also say the name and
telephone number type, such as mobile
or home.
Make a video call
When you make a video call (network
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way video between you and the
recipient of the call. The live video
image, or video image captured by the
camera in your device is shown to the
video call recipient.
To be able to make a video call, you must
have a USIM card and be in the coverage
of a 3G network. For availability of and
subscription to video call services,
contact your network service provider.
Even if you denied video
sending during a video call, the
call is still charged as a video
call. Check the pricing with your
service provider.
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2
A video call can only be made between
two parties. The video call can be made
to a compatible mobile device or an
ISDN client. Video calls cannot be made
while another voice, video, or data call
is active.
Icons
You are not receiving video (the
recipient is not sending video or
the network is not transmitting
it).
You have denied video sending
from your device. To send a still
image instead, select Menu >
Ctrl. panel > Settings and
Phone > Call > Image in
video call.
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To start a video call, enter the phone
number in the standby mode, or
select Contacts and a contact.
Select Options > Call > Video call.
Starting a video call may take a
while. Waiting for video image is
shown. If the call is not successful
(for example, video calls are not
supported by the network, or the
receiving device is not compatible),
you are asked if you want to try a
normal call or send a text or
multimedia message instead.
The video call is active when you see
two video images, and hear the
sound through the loudspeaker.
The call recipient may deny video
sending ( ), in which case you only
hear the sound and may see a still
image or a grey background
graphic.
To end the video call, press the end
key.
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During a video call
View live video or listen to the caller
only
Select Options > Enable or Disable
and the desired option.
Mute or unmute the microphone
Select Mute or Unmute.
Activate the loudspeaker
Select Options > Activate
loudspeaker. If you have attached a
compatible headset with Bluetooth
connectivity, to route the sound to the
headset, select Options > Activate
handsfree.
Switch back to the handset
Select Options > Activate handset.
Take a snapshot of the video you are
sending
Select Options > Send snapshot.
Video sending is paused and the
snapshot is displayed to the recipient.
The snapshot is not saved.
Set the video quality
Select Options > Adjust > Video
preference > Normal quality, Clearer
detail, or Smoother motion.
Answer or decline a video call
When a video call arrives,
is
displayed.
To answer the video call, press the call
key. Allow video image to be sent to
caller? is displayed.
To start sending live video image, select
Yes.
If you do not activate the video call, you
only hear the sound of the caller. A grey
screen replaces the video image. To
replace the grey screen with a still
image captured by the camera in your
device, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Settings and Phone > Call > Image in
video call.
To end the video call, press the end key.
Zoom your image
Select Options > Zoom.
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Video sharing
Use video sharing (network service) to
send live video or a video clip from your
mobile device to another compatible
mobile device during a voice call.
The loudspeaker is active when you
activate video sharing. If you do not
want to use the loudspeaker for the
voice call while you share video, you can
also use a compatible headset.
Warning:
Continuous exposure to high volume
may damage your hearing. Listen to
music at a moderate level, and do not
hold the device near your ear when the
loudspeaker is in use.
Video sharing requirements
Video sharing requires a 3G connection.
For more information on the service, 3G
network availability, and fees
associated with using this service,
contact your service provider.
To use video sharing you must do the
following:
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Ensure that your device is set up for
person-to-person connections.
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Ensure you have an active 3G
connection and are within 3G
network coverage. If you move
outside the 3G network during a
video sharing session, the sharing
stops while your voice call
continues.
Ensure that both the sender and
recipient are registered to the 3G
network. If you invite someone to a
sharing session and the recipient’s
device is not within 3G network
coverage, does not have video
sharing installed, or person-toperson connections set up, the
recipient does not receive
invitations. You receive an error
message that indicates that the
recipient cannot accept the
invitation.
Settings
To set up video sharing, you need
person-to-person and 3G connection
settings.
Person-to-person connection
settings
A person-to-person connection is also
known as a Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) connection. The SIP profile settings
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must be configured in your device
before you can use video sharing. Ask
your service provider for the SIP profile
settings, and save them in your device.
Your service provider may send you the
settings or give you a list of the needed
parameters.
To add a SIP address to a contact card:
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2
3
4
> Contacts.
Select
Open the contact card (or start a
new card for that person).
Select Options > Add detail >
Share video.
Enter the SIP address in the format
username@domainname (you can
use an IP address instead of a
domain name).
If you do not know the SIP address
for the contact, you can use the
phone number of the recipient,
including the country code, to share
video (if supported by the network
service provider).
3G connection settings
To set up your 3G connection:
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Contact your service provider to
establish an agreement for you to
use the 3G network.
Ensure that your device 3G access
point connection settings are
configured properly.
Share live video or video clips
During an active voice call, select
Options > Share video.
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2
To share live video during the call,
select Live video.
To share a video clip, select Video
clip and the clip you want to share.
Your device checks if the video clip
needs to be converted. If needed,
the video clip is automatically
converted.
If the recipient has several SIP
addresses or phone numbers
including the country code saved in
the contacts list, select the desired
address or number. If the SIP
address or phone number of the
recipient is not available, enter the
address or number of the recipient
including the country code, and
select OK to send the invitation.
Your device sends the invitation to
the SIP address.
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Sharing begins automatically when
the recipient accepts the invitation.
Options during video sharing
3
Zoom the video (available
for sender only).
Adjust the brightness
(available for sender only).
Mute or unmute the
microphone.
Turn the loudspeaker on
and off.
Pause and resume video
sharing.
Switch to full screen mode
(available for receiver
only).
To stop sharing video, select Stop.
To end the voice call, press the end
key. When you end the call, video
sharing also ends.
To save the live video you shared, select
Yes when prompted. The device notifies
you of the memory location of the saved
video. To define the preferred memory
location, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Settings and Connection > Video
sharing > Preferred saving memory.
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If you access other applications while
you are sharing a video clip, the sharing
is paused. To return to the video sharing
view, and to continue sharing, in the
home screen, select Options > Resume
video sharing.
Accept an invitation
When someone sends you a video
sharing invitation, the invitation
message displays the sender’s name or
SIP address. If your device is not set to
silent, it rings when you receive an
invitation.
If someone sends you a share invitation
and you are not within UMTS network
coverage, you will not know that you
received an invitation.
When you receive an invitation, select
from the following:
Yes — Accept the invitation, and
activate the sharing session.
No — Reject the invitation. The sender
receives a message that you rejected
the invitation. You can also press the
end key to reject the invitation and end
the voice call.
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To mute the video on your device, select
Options > Mute.
To play the video at the original volume,
select Options > Original volume. This
does not affect the audio playback of the
other party of the phone call.
To end the sharing session, select Stop.
To end the voice call, press the end key.
When you end the call, also video
sharing ends.
Log
The log stores information about the
communication history of the device.
The device registers missed and
received calls only if the network
supports these functions, the device is
switched on, and within the network
service area.
Recent calls
You can view information about your
recent calls.
Select Menu > Log and Recent calls.
View missed, received, and dialled
calls
Select Missed calls, Received calls, or
Dialled numbers.
Select Options and from the following:
Save to Contacts — Save a phone
number from a recent calls list to your
contacts.
Clear list — Clear the selected recent
calls list.
Delete — Clear an event in the selected
list.
Settings — Select Log duration and
the length of time that the
communication information is saved in
the log. If you select No log, no
information is saved in the log.
Call duration
Select Menu > Log.
To view the approximate duration of
your last call, and dialled and received
calls, select Call duration.
Packet data
Select Menu > Log.
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To check the amount of data sent or
received during packet data
connections, select Packet data > All
sent data or All received data.
To clear both sent and received
information, select Options > Clear
counters. You need the lock code to
clear the information.
Monitor all communication events
Select Menu > Log.
To open the general log where you can
monitor all voice calls, text messages, or
data and wireless LAN connections
registered by the device, select the
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general log tab
Subevents, such as a text message sent
in more than one part and packet data
connections, are logged as one
communication event. Connections to
your mailbox, multimedia messaging
centre, or web pages are shown as
packet data connections.
To view how much data was transferred
and how long a certain packet data
connection lasted, scroll to an incoming
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or outgoing event indicated by Pack.,
and select Options > View.
To copy a phone number from the log to
the clipboard, and paste it into a text
message, for example, select
Options > Use number > Copy.
To filter the log, select Options >
Filter and a filter.
To set the log duration, select
Options > Settings > Log duration. If
you select No log, all the log contents,
recent calls register, and messaging
delivery reports are permanently
deleted.
Messaging
Select Menu > Messaging.
In Messaging (network service), you can
send and receive text messages,
multimedia messages, audio messages,
and e-mail messages. You can also
receive web service messages, cell
broadcast messages, and special
messages containing data, and send
service commands.
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Before sending or receiving messages,
you may need to do the following:
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Insert a valid SIM card in the device
and be located in the service area of
a cellular network.
Verify that the network supports
the messaging features you want to
use and that they are activated on
your SIM card.
Define the internet access point
settings on the device.
Define the e-mail account settings
on the device.
Define the text message settings on
the device.
Define the multimedia message
settings on the device.
The device may recognise the SIM card
provider and automatically configure
some of the message settings. If not,
you may need to define the settings
manually; or contact your service
provider to configure the settings.
Messaging folders
Select Menu > Messaging.
Messages and data received using
Bluetooth connectivity are stored in the
Inbox folder. E-mail messages are
stored in the Mailbox folder. Messages
that you have been writing can be
stored in the Drafts folder. Messages
that are waiting to be sent are stored in
the Outbox folder, and messages that
have been sent, excluding Bluetooth
messages, are stored in the Sent folder.
Tip: Messages are placed in the Outbox
folder, for example, when your device is
outside network coverage.
Note: The message sent icon or text on
your device screen does not indicate
that the message is received at the
intended destination.
To request the network to send you a
delivery report of the text messages and
multimedia messages you have sent
(network service), select Options >
Settings > Text message > Receive
report or Multimedia message >
Receive reports. The reports are saved
in the Reports folder.
Organise messages
Select Menu > Messaging and My
folders.
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To create a new folder to organise your
messages, select Options > New
folder.
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To rename a folder, select Options >
Rename folder. You can only rename
folders that you have created.
To move a message to another folder,
select the message, Options > Move to
folder, the folder, and OK.
To sort messages in a specific order,
select Options > Sort by.
To view the properties of a message,
select the message and Options >
Message details.
E-mail
Set up your e-mail
With the E-mail wizard, you can set up
your corporate e-mail account, such as
Mail for Exchange, and your internet email account.
When setting up your corporate e-mail,
you may be prompted for the name of
the server associated with your e-mail
address. For details, contact your
company IT department.
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To open the wizard, in the home
screen, select Set up e-mail.
Enter your e-mail address and
password. If the wizard is not able
to configure your e-mail settings
automatically, you need to select
your e-mail account type, and enter
the related account settings.
If your device contains any additional email clients, those are offered to you
when you open the wizard.
Send e-mail
Select Menu > Messaging.
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Select your mailbox and Options >
Create email.
In the To field, enter the recipient's
e-mail address. If the recipient's email address can be found in
Contacts, start entering the
recipient's name, and select the
recipient from the proposed
matches. If you add several
recipients, insert ; to separate the email addresses. Use the Cc field to
send a copy to other recipients, or
the Bcc field to send a blind copy to
recipients. If the Bcc field is not
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visible, select Options > More >
Show Bcc field.
In the Subject field, enter the
subject of the e-mail.
Enter your message in the text area.
Select Options and from the
following:
Add attachment — Add an
attachment to the message.
Priority — Set the priority of the
message.
Flag — Flag the message for followup.
Insert template — Insert text from
a template.
Add recipient — Add recipients to
the message from Contacts.
Editing options — Cut, copy, or
paste the selected text.
Input options — Activate or
deactivate predictive text input, or
select the writing language.
Select Options > Send.
The available options may vary.
Add attachments
Select Menu > Messaging.
To write an e-mail message, select your
mailbox and Options > Create email.
To add an attachment to the e-mail
message, select Options > Add
attachment.
To remove the selected attachment,
select Options > Remove
attachment.
Read e-mail
Select Menu > Messaging.
Important: Exercise caution when
opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or
otherwise be harmful to your device or
PC.
To read a received e-mail message,
select the mailbox, and select the
message from the list.
To reply to the message sender, select
Options > Reply. To reply to the sender
and all other recipients, select
Options > Reply to all.
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To forward the message, select
Options > Forward.
Download attachments
Select Menu > Messaging and a
mailbox.
To view the attachments in a received email message, scroll to the attachment
field, and select Options > Actions. If
there is one attachment in the message,
select Open to open the attachment. If
there are several attachments, select
View list to see a list showing which
attachments have been downloaded.
To download the selected attachment
or all the attachments from the list to
your device, select Options >
Actions > Download or Download
all. The attachments are not saved in
your device, and are deleted when you
delete the message.
To save the selected attachment or all
the downloaded attachments in your
device, select Options > Actions >
Save or Save all.
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To open the selected, downloaded
attachment, select Options >
Actions > Open.
Reply to a meeting request
Select Menu > Messaging and a
mailbox.
Select a received meeting request,
Options, and from the following:
Accept — Accept the meeting request.
Decline — Decline the meeting
request.
Forward — Forward the meeting
request to another recipient.
Remove from calendar — Remove a
cancelled meeting from your calendar.
Search for e-mail messages
Select Menu > Messaging and a
mailbox.
To search for items within the
recipients, subjects, and body texts of
the e-mail messages in the mailbox,
select Options > Search.
To stop the search, select Options >
Stop search.
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To start a new search, select Options >
New search.
Disconnect from the mailbox
Select Menu > Messaging and a
mailbox.
Delete e-mails
Select Menu > Messaging and a
mailbox.
To cancel the synchronisation between
the device and the e-mail server, and to
work with e-mail without a wireless
connection, select Options >
Disconnect. If your mailbox does not
have the Disconnect option, select
Options > Exit to disconnect from the
mailbox.
To delete an e-mail message, select the
message and Options > Actions >
Delete. The message is placed in the
Deleted items folder, if available. If
there is no Deleted items folder
available, the message is deleted
permanently.
To empty the Deleted items folder,
select the folder and Options > Empty
deleted items.
Switch between e-mail folders
Select Menu > Messaging and a
mailbox.
To open another e-mail folder or
mailbox, select Inbox at the top of the
display. Select the e-mail folder or
mailbox from the list.
To start the synchronisation again,
select Options > Connect.
Set an out-of-office reply
Select Menu > Applications >
Installations > Email.
To set an out-of-office reply, if available,
select your mailbox and Options >
Settings > Mailbox settings.
Depending on the mailbox type, select
either Mailbox > Out of office > On or
Mailbox settings > Out of office >
On.
To enter the text for the reply, select Out
of office reply.
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General e-mail settings
Select Menu > Applications >
Installations > Email and Settings >
Global settings.
Select from the following:
Message list layout — Select whether
the e-mail messages in Inbox display
one or two lines of text.
Body text preview — Preview
messages when scrolling through the
list of e-mail messages in Inbox.
Title dividers — To be able to expand
and collapse the list of e-mail messages,
select On.
Download notifications — Set the
device to display a notification when an
e-mail attachment has been
downloaded.
Warn before delete — Set the device
to display a warning before you delete
an e-mail message.
Home screen — Define how many lines
of e-mail are displayed in the home
screen information area.
Nokia Messaging
The Nokia Messaging service
automatically pushes e-mail from your
existing e-mail address to your Nokia
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E5-00. You can read, respond to, and
organise your e-mails on the go. The
Nokia Messaging service works with a
number of internet e-mail providers
that are often used for personal e-mail,
such as Google e-mail services.
The Nokia Messaging service must be
supported by your network and may not
be available in all regions.
Install the Nokia Messaging
application
1 Select Menu > Messaging and
New mailbox.
2 Read the information on the
display, and select Start.
3 If requested, allow your device to
connect to the internet.
4 Select your e-mail service provider
or account type.
5 Enter the required account details,
such as e-mail address and
password.
The Nokia Messaging service can run on
your device even if you have installed
other e-mail applications, such as Mail
for Exchange.
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Ovi Contacts
About Ovi Contacts
With Ovi Contacts, you can stay
connected to your friends and family,
follow what they are up to, and discover
new friends in the Ovi community. You
can also back up contacts from your
device to Ovi.
Additionally, you can share your
location with your friends.
To use Ovi Contacts, go to
www.ovi.com.
Start using Ovi Contacts
Select Contacts, and open the Ovi tab.
The Ovi Contacts service is part of Ovi,
and uses the same account information.
If you are new to Ovi and its services, to
start using the Ovi Contacts application,
you must register to Ovi by creating a
Nokia account.
Create a Nokia account
1 Select Ovi Chat, and when
prompted, connect to the internet.
2 Enter the required information.
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In the My profile view, enter your
profile information. Your first and
last name are mandatory details.
Select Done.
If you have already registered to Ovi
using your PC or mobile device, you can
start using Ovi Contacts with the same
account details.
Sign in to Ovi Contacts and activate
the service
Select Ovi Chat, and enter your user
name and password. When you have
activated the Ovi Contacts service on
your device, you can connect to the
service directly from the home screen.
If you have not yet provided your profile
information for Ovi Contacts, do so, and
select Done. Your first and last name are
mandatory details.
Connect to the service
Select Menu > Contacts, and open the
Ovi tab.
Connect to Ovi Contacts
Select Go online and the connection
method. Use a wireless LAN (WLAN)
connection where available.
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Cancel the connection
Select Options > Cancel connecting.
A packet data connection may generate
additional data transmission charges.
For pricing details, contact your
network service provider.
Select Go online > Options and from
the following:
Select — Select the item.
Go online — Connect to the service if
you are offline.
My profile — Edit your profile
information.
Recommend to friend — Invite a
contact to join Ovi Contacts. The
invitation is sent as a text message.
Settings — Modify the Ovi Contacts
settings.
The available options may vary.
Create and edit your profile
Edit your profile information
Select My profile.
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View the profiles of your Ovi Contacts
friends
Select a friend and Options > Profile.
Your profile information is visible to
your Ovi Contacts friends. Only the
following profile details are displayed
to other Ovi Contacts users, for example,
during a search: first name and last
name. To modify your privacy settings,
access Ovi on your PC, and sign in to your
Nokia account.
Change your profile image
Select Options > Edit image > Select
existing image and the new image.
You can also edit or remove the current
profile image or capture a new one.
Change your availability
By default, your availability is set to
Available. To change your availability,
select the icon.
Tell your friends what you are doing
at the moment
Select What are you doing?, and enter
text in the field.
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Show your friends what music you
are currently listening to
Select Now playing. To do this, you
must allow your now playing
information to be shared in the
presence settings.
Edit your contact information
Select a field, and enter text.
In the My profile view, select Options
and from the following:
Edit — Cut, copy, or paste text.
Change — Change your status (when
the status field is selected).
Activate — Start broadcasting your
location or your now playing
information to your friends (when
either field is selected).
Undo changes — Undo the changes
you made in the profile view.
Edit shared locations — Select the
landmarks you want to broadcast to
your friends (when the My location field
is selected).
Stop sharing — Stop broadcasting
your location to your friends (when the
My location field is selected).
The available options may vary.
Broadcast your location to your
friends
To broadcast your location, you must
create landmarks in the presence
settings and allow these to be shared.
To receive location information from
your friend, you must have the Maps
application. To send and receive
location information, both the Maps and
Positioning applications are needed.
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Select My location. If your location
is unknown, select My location >
Add current location.
Enter a name for the location. The
location is broadcast to your friends
and added to your landmarks list.
Find and add friends
Select Options > Invite friend.
Search for a friend
Enter the name of the friend in the
Search friends field, and select Search.
You cannot search for friends based on
their mobile number or e-mail address.
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Browse the search results
Select Next results or Previous
results.
Start a new search
Select New search.
If the friends you searched for could not
be found, they are not registered Ovi
members, or they have chosen to be
invisible in searches. When prompted,
send a text message to your friends to
invite them to join Ovi Contacts.
Send an invitation to join Ovi
Contacts
Select Select service: and the service
you know your friend uses. Enter your
friend’s user name, and select Invite.
Select Options and from the following:
Select — Select an item.
Open — Open an item.
Invite as friend — Send an invitation
to the contact.
Show profile — View the profile of the
contact.
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Renew invitation — Resend an
invitation to join Ovi Contacts to a
pending friend.
Search — Search for the contact whose
name or other related keyword you
entered in the Search friends field.
Edit text — Cut, copy, or paste text.
The available options may vary.
Chat with your friends
Start a chat with a friend
Select Options > Chat.
Send a chat message
Enter the text in the message field, and
select Send.
In the chat view, select Options and
from the following:
Send — Send the message.
Send file — Send an image, video clip,
audio file, or other file to your chat
partner.
Send my location — Send your
location details to your chat partner (if
supported by both devices).
Add smiley — Insert a smiley.
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Profile — View the details of a friend.
My profile — Select your presence
status or profile image, personalise your
message, or change your details.
Edit text — Copy or paste text.
End chat — End the active chat.
Exit — End all active chats, and close
the application.
The available options may vary.
To receive location information from
your friend, you must have the Maps
application. To send and receive
location information, both the Maps and
Positioning applications are needed.
To receive any files, you or the recipient
must accept the file. To cancel sending
or receiving while the file is being
transferred, select Cancel.
View the location of your friend
Select Show on map.
Return to the Ovi Contacts main view
without ending the chat
Select Back.
Add, call, or copy phone numbers
from a chat
Go to a phone number in a chat, and
select Options and the appropriate
option.
Edit your landmarks
To edit your landmarks, in the
Landmarks view, select Options and
from the following:
Mark/Unmark — Mark or unmark
items on the list.
Edit — Edit the name and other
properties of the landmark.
New landmark — To create a new
landmark of your current position,
select a location from a map, or enter
the details manually.
Ovi Contacts settings
Select Options > Settings and from the
following:
Account — Access your account details,
and define your visibility to others in a
search.
Presence — Share your current
location with your friends, and let them
see when you are making a phone call
(call status).
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Personalisation — Modify the settings
related to the startup and tones of the
Ovi Contacts application, and set your
device to automatically accept friend
invitations.
Connection — Select the network
connection to use, and activate roaming
warnings.
Exit — End all active chats, and close
the application.
Nokia account settings
Select Options > Settings > Account.
Edit your account details
Select My account.
Define your visibility in searches
Select My account > Visibility in
search. You must be online to change
your visibility.
Presence settings
Select Options > Settings >
Presence.
Modify presence settings
Select from the following:
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Share my location — Allow your
friends to see your location.
Share now playing — Allow your
friends to see what music you are
currently listening to on your mobile
device.
Share call status — Allow your friends
to see your call status.
Share your location
Select Share my location and from the
following:
Sharing allowed — Allow your friends
to see your location in selected
landmarks.
My shared landmarks — Select the
landmarks from where your location is
broadcast to your friends.
Refresh interval — Select how often
you broadcast your current location.
Add a location to the landmarks list
Select Share my location > My shared
landmarks > Options > New
landmark.
Add your current location as a
landmark
Select Current position.
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Browse for a location on a map
Select Select from map.
Add a landmark manually
Select Enter manually.
Select locations you want to share
with your friends
1 Select Share my location > My
shared landmarks.
2 Select the landmarks from the list.
3 Select Options to edit, mark, and
unmark items on the list.
Depending on your settings, your
friends can see your location when
you are in one of the selected
locations.
Personalisation settings
Select Options > Settings >
Personalisation.
Select from the following:
Login on start-up — Sign in
automatically to Ovi Contacts when you
switch on your mobile device.
Auto-accept friend invit. — Accept
friend requests automatically without
notification.
Message tone — Select a tone for new
messages.
Friend online tone — Select the tone
that sounds when a friend comes
online.
Icon on Home screen — Add the Ovi
Contacts shortcut icon to your device
home screen.
Connection settings
Select Options > Settings >
Connection.
Modify connection settings
Select Network connection and the
desired connection. To use the default
connection defined in your device
connection settings, select Default
connection.
Set the device to notify you when
your home network is not available
To receive a warning when your device
is trying to connect to another network,
select Roaming warning > On.
Message reader
With Message reader you can listen to
text, multimedia, audio, and e-mail
messages.
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To listen to new messages or e-mail, in
the home screen, press and hold the left
selection key until Message reader
opens.
To listen to a message from your Inbox,
scroll to the message, and select
Options > Listen. To listen to an e-mail
message from your mailbox, scroll to
the message, and select Options >
Listen. To stop the reading, press the
end key.
To pause and continue the reading,
press the scroll key. To skip to the next
message, scroll right. To replay the
current message or e-mail, scroll left. To
skip to the previous message, scroll left
at the beginning of the message.
To view the current message or e-mail
in text format without the sound, select
Options > View.
Speech
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Speech.
With Speech, you can set the language,
voice, and voice properties for the
message reader.
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To set the language for the message
reader, select Language. To download
additional languages to your device,
select Options > Download
languages.
When you download a new language,
you must download at least one voice
for that language.
To set the speaking voice, select Voice.
The voice depends on the selected
language.
To set the speaking rate, select Speed.
To set the speaking volume, select
Volume.
To view the details of a voice, open the
voice tab, and select the voice and
Options > Voice details. To listen to a
voice, select the voice and Options >
Play voice.
To delete languages or voices, select the
item and Options > Delete.
Text and multimedia messages
Select Menu > Messaging.
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Only devices that have compatible
features can receive and display
multimedia messages. The appearance
of a message may vary depending on
the receiving device.
A multimedia message (MMS) can
contain text and objects such as images,
sound clips, or video clips. Before you
can send or receive multimedia
messages on your device, you must
define the multimedia message
settings. Your device may recognise the
SIM card provider and configure the
correct multimedia message settings
automatically. If not, contact your
service provider for the correct settings,
order the settings from your service
provider in a configuration message, or
use the Settings wizard application.
Write and send messages
Select Menu > Messaging.
Important: Exercise caution when
opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or
otherwise be harmful to your device or
PC.
Before you can create a multimedia
message or write an e-mail, you must
have the correct connection settings in
place.
The wireless network may limit the size
of MMS messages. If the inserted picture
exceeds this limit, the device may make
it smaller so that it can be sent by MMS.
Check the size limit of e-mail messages
with your service provider. If you
attempt to send an e-mail message that
exceeds the size limit of the e-mail
server, the message is left in the Outbox
folder, and the device attempts to
resend it periodically. Sending an e-mail
requires a data connection, and
continuous attempts to resend the email may increase your data transfer
costs. In the Outbox folder, you can
delete such a message, or move it to the
Drafts folder.
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Select New message.
To send a text or multimedia
message (MMS), select Message. To
send a multimedia message that
includes one sound clip, select
Audio message. To send an e-mail,
select E-mail.
In the To field, press the scroll key
to select recipients or groups from
the contacts list, or enter the
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recipient’s phone number or e-mail
address. You can also copy and
paste the number or address from
the clipboard.
In the subject field, enter the
subject of the message for a
multimedia or an e-mail message.
To hide or display fields when
writing a text or multimedia
message, select Options >
Message header fields.
In the message field, write the
message. To add a template or note
to a text or multimedia message,
select Options > Insert content >
Insert text > Template or Note.
To add a template to an e-mail
message, select Options > Insert
template.
To add a media file to a multimedia
message, select Options > Insert
content, the file type or source, and
the desired file. To add a business
card, slide, note, or other file to the
message, select Options > Insert
content > Insert other.
To capture an image or record a
video or sound clip for a multimedia
message, select Options > Insert
content > Insert image > New,
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Insert video clip > New, or Insert
sound clip > New.
8 To insert a smiley to a text or
multimedia message, press the sym
key, and select the smiley.
9 To add an attachment to an e-mail,
select Options > Add
attachment, the memory, and the
file to attach. indicates an e-mail
attachment.
10 To send the message, select
Options > Send, or press the call
key.
The available options may vary.
Note: The message sent icon or text on
your device screen does not indicate
that the message is received at the
intended destination.
Your device supports text messages
beyond the limit for a single message.
Longer messages are sent as two or
more messages. Your service provider
may charge accordingly. Characters
with accents, other marks, or some
language options take more space, and
limit the number of characters that can
be sent in a single message.
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You may not be able to send video clips
that are saved in the MP4 file format or
that exceed the size limit of the wireless
network in a multimedia message.
Text messages on the SIM card
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > SIM messages.
Text messages may be stored on your
SIM card. Before you can view SIM
messages, you must copy the messages
to a folder in the device. After copying
the messages to a folder, you can view
them in the folder or delete them from
the SIM card.
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Select Options > Mark/Unmark >
Mark or Mark all to mark every
message.
Select Options > Copy.
Select a folder and OK to begin
copying.
To view SIM card messages, open the
folder where you copied the messages,
and open a message.
Receive and reply to multimedia
messages
Important: Exercise caution when
opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or
otherwise be harmful to your device or
PC.
Tip: If you receive multimedia
messages that contain objects
unsupported by your device, you cannot
open them. Try to send these objects to
another device such as a computer, and
open them there.
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To reply to a multimedia message,
open the message, and select
Options > Reply.
Select To sender to reply to the
sender, To all to reply to everyone
included in the received message,
Via audio message to reply with
an audio message, or Via e-mail to
reply with an e-mail message. Email message is available only if a
mailbox is configured and the
message is sent from an e-mail
address.
Tip: To add recipients to your reply,
select Options > Add recipient to
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select the recipients of the message
from Contacts, or enter the
recipients' phone numbers or email addresses manually in the To
field.
Enter the text of the message, and
select Options > Send.
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Create presentations
Select Menu > Messaging.
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Creating multimedia presentations is
not possible if MMS creation mode is
set to Restricted. To change the setting,
select Options > Settings >
Multimedia message > MMS creation
mode > Free or Guided.
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3
To create a presentation, select
New message > Message. The
message type is changed to
multimedia message based on the
inserted content.
In the To field, enter a recipient's
number or e-mail address, or press
the scroll key to add a recipient from
the contacts list. If you enter more
than one number or e-mail address,
separate them with a semicolon.
Select Options > Insert content >
Insert presentation and a
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presentation template. A template
may define which media objects
you can include in the presentation,
where they appear, and which
effects are displayed between
images and slides.
Scroll to the text area, and enter the
text.
To insert images, sound or video
clips, or notes in your presentation,
scroll to the corresponding object
area, and select Options > Insert
content.
To add slides, select Options >
Insert content > New slide.
To select the background colour for the
presentation and background images
for different slides, select Options >
Background settings.
To set effects between images or slides,
select Options > Effect settings.
To preview the presentation, select
Options > Preview. Multimedia
presentations may only be viewed in
compatible devices that support
presentations. They may appear
different in different devices.
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View presentations
To view a presentation, open the
multimedia message from the Inbox
folder. Scroll to the presentation, and
press the scroll key.
To pause the presentation, press either
selection key.
To resume playing the presentation,
select Options > Continue.
If the text or images are too large to fit
on the display, select Options >
Activate scrolling, and scroll to see the
entire presentation.
To find phone numbers and e-mail or
web addresses in the presentation,
select Options > Find. You may use
these numbers and addresses to make
calls, send messages, or create
bookmarks, for example.
View and save multimedia
attachments
message, and select Options > Play
presentation.
Tip: To view or play a multimedia object
in a multimedia message, select View
image, Play sound clip, or Play video
clip.
To view the name and size of an
attachment, select the message and
Options > Objects.
To save a multimedia object, select
Options > Objects, the object, and
Options > Save.
Special message types
Select Menu > Messaging.
You can receive special messages that
contain data, such as operator logos,
ringing tones, bookmarks, or internet
access or e-mail account settings.
To save the contents of these messages,
select Options > Save.
To view multimedia messages as
complete presentations, open the
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Service messages
Service messages are sent to your device
by service providers. Service messages
may contain notifications such as news
headlines, services, or links through
which the message content can be
downloaded.
To define the service message settings,
select Options > Settings > Service
message.
To download the service or message
content, select Options > Download
message.
To view information about the sender,
web address, expiration date, and other
details of the message before
downloading it, select Options >
Message details.
Send service commands
You can send a service request message
(also known as a USSD command) to
your service provider and request
activation for certain network services.
Contact your service provider for the
service request text.
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To send a service request message,
select Options > Service commands.
Enter the service request text and select
Options > Send.
Cell broadcast
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Cell broadcast.
With the cell broadcast network service,
you can receive messages on various
topics from your service provider, such
as weather or traffic conditions in a
particular region. For available topics
and relevant topic numbers, contact
your service provider. Cell broadcast
messages cannot be received when the
device is in the remote SIM mode. A
packet data (GPRS) connection may
prevent cell broadcast reception.
Cell broadcast messages cannot be
received in UMTS (3G) networks.
To receive cell broadcast messages, you
may need to turn cell broadcast
reception on. Select Options >
Settings > Reception > On.
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To view messages related to a topic,
select the topic.
message, or use the Settings wizard
application.
To receive messages related to a topic,
select Options > Subscribe.
Text message settings
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings > Text message.
Tip: You can set important topics as hot
topics. You are notified in the home
screen, when you receive a message
related to a hot topic. Select a topic and
Options > Hotmark.
To add, edit, or delete topics, select
Options > Topic.
Messaging settings
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings.
Open the message type in question, and
define all fields marked with Must be
defined or with a red asterisk.
Your device may recognise the SIM card
provider and configure the correct text
message, multimedia message, and
GPRS settings automatically. If not,
contact your service provider for the
correct settings, order the settings from
your service provider in a configuration
Select from the following:
Message centres — View the available
message centres for your device, or add
a new one.
Message centre in use — Select a
message centre to send the message.
Character encoding — Select
Reduced support to use automatic
character conversion to another
encoding system when available.
Receive report — Select Yes if you
want the network to send you delivery
reports on your messages (network
service).
Message validity — Select how long
the message centre resends your
message if the first attempt fails
(network service). If the recipient
cannot be reached within the validity
period, the message is deleted from the
message centre.
Message sent as — Convert the
message to another format, for
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example, fax or e-mail. Change this
option only if you are sure that your
message centre is able to convert text
messages into these other formats. For
more information, contact your service
provider.
Preferred connection — Select the
preferred method of connection when
sending text messages from your
device.
Reply via same centre — Select
whether you want the reply message to
be sent using the same text message
centre number (network service).
Multimedia message settings
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings > Multimedia
message.
Select from the following:
Image size — Scale images in
multimedia messages.
MMS creation mode — Select
Restricted to set your device to prevent
you from including content in
multimedia messages that may not be
supported by the network or the
receiving device. To receive warnings
about including such content, select
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Guided. To create a multimedia
message with no restrictions on
attachment type, select Free. If you
select Restricted, creating multimedia
presentations is not possible.
Access point in use — Select the
default access point to connect to the
multimedia message centre. You may
not be able to change the default access
point if it is preset in your device by your
service provider.
Multimedia retrieval — Select how
you want to receive messages, if
available. Select Always automatic to
receive multimedia messages always
automatically, Auto in home netw. to
receive notification of a new
multimedia message that you can
retrieve from the message centre (for
example, when you are travelling
abroad and are outside your home
network), Manual to retrieve
multimedia messages from the
message centre manually, or Off to
prevent receipt of any multimedia
messages. Automatic retrieval may not
be supported in all regions.
Allow anonymous msgs. — Receive
messages from unknown senders.
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Receive adverts — Receive messages
defined as advertisements.
Receive reports — Request for delivery
and read reports of sent messages
(network service). Receiving a delivery
report of a multimedia message that
has been sent to an e-mail address may
not be possible.
Deny report sending — Select Yes to
not send delivery reports from your
device for received multimedia
messages.
Message validity — Select how long
the messaging centre tries to send the
message (network service). If the
recipient of a message cannot be
reached within the validity period, the
message is removed from the
multimedia messaging centre.
Maximum time is the maximum
amount of time allowed by the network.
The device requires network support to
indicate that a sent message has been
received or read. Depending on the
network and other circumstances, this
information may not always be reliable.
Service message settings
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings > Service
message.
To allow your device to receive service
messages from your service provider,
select Service messages > On.
To select how to download services and
service message content, select
Download messages >
Automatically or Manually. If you
select Automatically, you may still
need to confirm some downloads since
not all services can be downloaded
automatically.
Cell broadcast settings
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings > Cell broadcast.
To receive cell broadcast messages,
select Reception > On.
To select the languages in which you
want to receive cell broadcast
messages, select Language.
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To display new topics in the cell
broadcast topics list, select Topic
detection > On.
Other settings
Select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings > Other.
Select from the following:
Save sent messages — Select whether
to save sent messages in the Sent folder.
Number of saved msgs. — Enter the
number of sent messages to save. When
the limit is reached, the oldest message
is deleted.
Memory in use — Select where to save
your messages. You can save messages
to the memory card only if a memory
card is inserted.
Folder view — Select if you want to see
folder information on one or two lines.
About Chat
With IM (network service), you can
exchange instant messages with your
friends. You can access several chat
services or communities simultaneously
and switch between them. If you want
to, for example, browse the web, you
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can leave the IM application to run in the
background, and still be notified of new
instant messages.
The IM application is preinstalled on
your device. To start chatting, select
Menu > Applications > Chat.
Using network services and
downloading content to your device
may result in data traffic costs.
Connectivity
Your device offers several options to
connect to the internet or to another
compatible device or computer.
Data connections and access points
Your device supports packet data
connections (network service), such as
GPRS in the GSM network. When you use
your device in GSM and UMTS networks,
multiple data connections can be active
at the same time, and access points can
share a data connection. In the UMTS
network, data connections remain
active during voice calls.
You can also use a WLAN data
connection. Only one connection in one
wireless LAN can be active at a time, but
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several applications can use the same
internet access point.
To establish a data connection, an
access point is required. You can define
different kinds of access points, such as
the following:
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MMS access point to send and
receive multimedia messages
Internet access point (IAP) to send
and receive e-mail and connect to
the internet
Check the type of access point you need
with your service provider for the
service you want to access. For
availability and subscription to packet
data connection services, contact your
service provider.
Network settings
Your device can automatically switch
between GSM and 3G networks. The GSM
network is indicated with in the
standby mode. The 3G network is
indicated with
.
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Phone > Network and from the
following:
Network mode — Select which
network to use. If you select Dual
mode, the device uses the GSM or 3G
network automatically, according to the
network parameters and the roaming
agreements between the wireless
service providers. For details and
roaming costs, contact your network
service provider. This option is shown
only if supported by the wireless service
provider.
A roaming agreement is an agreement
between two or more service providers
to enable the users of one service
provider to use the services of other
service providers.
Operator selection — Select
Automatic to set the device to search
for and select one of the available
networks, or Manual to manually select
the network from a list. If the
connection to the manually selected
network is lost, the device sounds an
error tone and asks you to reselect a
network. The selected network must
have a roaming agreement with your
home cellular network.
Cell info display — Set the device to
indicate when it is used in a cellular
network based on microcellular
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network (MCN) technology and to
activate cell info reception.
Wireless LAN
Your device can detect and connect to
wireless local area networks (WLAN).
Using a WLAN, you can connect your
device to the internet and compatible
devices that have WLAN support.
About WLAN
To use a wireless local area network
(WLAN) connection, it must be available
in the location, and your device must be
connected to the WLAN. Some WLANs
are protected, and you need an access
key from the service provider to connect
to them.
Note: Using WLAN may be restricted in
some countries. For example, in France,
you are only allowed to use WLAN
indoors. For more information, contact
your local authorities.
Features that use WLAN, or that are
allowed to run in the background while
using other features, increase the
demand on battery power and reduce
the battery life.
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Use encryption to increase the security
of your WLAN connection. Using
encryption reduces the risk of others
accessing your data.
WLAN connections
To use a wireless LAN (WLAN)
connection, you must create an internet
access point (IAP) for WLAN. Use the
access point for applications that need
to connect to the internet.
A WLAN connection is established when
you create a data connection using a
WLAN internet access point. The active
WLAN connection ends when you end
the data connection.
You can use WLAN during a voice call or
when packet data is active. You can only
be connected to one WLAN access point
device at a time, but several
applications can use the same internet
access point.
When the device is in the offline profile,
you can still use WLAN (if available).
Remember to comply with any
applicable safety requirements when
establishing and using a WLAN
connection.
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Tip: To check the unique media access
control (MAC) address that identifies
your device, enter *#62209526# in the
home screen.
WLAN wizard
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > WLAN wiz..
The WLAN wizard helps you to connect
to a wireless LAN (WLAN) and manage
your WLAN connections.
If the search finds WLANs, to create an
internet access point (IAP) for a
connection and start the web browser
using this IAP, select the connection and
Start web browsing.
If you select a secured WLAN, you are
asked to enter the relevant password.
To connect to a hidden network, you
must enter the correct network name
(service set identifier, SSID).
If you already have the web browser
running using the currently active WLAN
connection, to return to the web
browser, select Cont.web browsing.
To end the active connection, select the
connection and Disconnect WLAN.
WLAN internet access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > WLAN wiz. and
Options.
Select from the following:
Filter WLAN networks — Filter out
wireless LANs (WLANs) from the list of
found networks. The selected networks
are not displayed the next time the
application searches for WLANs.
Details — View the details of a network
shown in the list. If you select an active
connection, the connection details are
displayed.
Operating modes
There are two operating modes in
WLAN: infrastructure and ad hoc.
The infrastructure operating mode
allows two kinds of communication:
wireless devices are connected to each
other through a WLAN access point
device, or wireless devices are
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connected to a wired LAN through a
WLAN access point device.
In the ad hoc operating mode, devices
can send and receive data directly with
each other.
WLAN settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Wireless LAN.
To have an indicator displayed when
there is a wireless LAN (WLAN) available
in your current location, select Show
WLAN availability > Yes.
To select the interval for your device to
scan for available WLANs, and to update
the indicator, select Scan for
networks. This setting is not available
unless you select Show WLAN
availability > Yes.
To set the device to test the internet
capability of the selected WLAN
automatically, to ask for permission
every time, or to never perform the
connectivity test, select Internet
connectivity test > Run
automatically, Ask every time, or
Never run. If you select Run
automatically or allow the test to be
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performed when the device asks for it,
and the connectivity test is performed
successfully, the access point is saved to
internet destinations.
To check the unique media access
control (MAC) address that identifies
your device, enter *#62209526# in the
home screen. The MAC address is
displayed.
Access points
Create a new access point
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations.
You may receive access point settings in
a message from a service provider.
Some or all access points may be preset
for your device by your service provider,
and you may not be able to change,
create, edit, or remove them.
When you select one of the access point
groups ( , , , , ), you can see
the access point types:
indicates a protected access
point
indicates a packet data access
point
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indicates a wireless LAN (WLAN)
access point
Tip: You can create internet access
points in a WLAN with the WLAN wizard.
To create a new access point, select
Access point.
The device asks to check for available
connections. After the search,
connections that are already available
are displayed and can be shared by a
new access point.
If you skip this step, you are asked to
select a connection method and to
define the settings needed.
To edit the settings of an access point,
select one of the access point groups,
scroll to an access point, and select
Options > Edit. Use the instructions
provided by your service provider to edit
the following:
Connection name — Enter a name for
the connection.
Data bearer — Select the data
connection type.
Depending on the data connection you
select, only certain setting fields are
available. Fill in all fields marked with
Must be defined or with a red *. Other
fields can be left empty, unless your
service provider has instructed
otherwise.
To use a data connection, your service
provider must support this feature, and
if necessary, activate it for your SIM card.
Create access point groups
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations.
Some applications allow you to use
access point groups to connect to a
network.
To avoid selecting which access point to
use every time the device attempts to
connect to a network, you can create a
group that contains various access
points, and define the order in which
the access points are used to connect to
a network.
For example, you can add wireless LAN
(WLAN) and packet data access points to
an internet access point group and use
the group for browsing the web. If you
give the WLAN access point the higher
priority, the device connects to the
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internet through a WLAN if available
and through a packet data connection if
not.
select an access point marked with
.
To create a new access point group,
select Options > Manage > New
destination.
Follow the instructions from your
service provider.
To add access points to an access point
group, select the group and Options >
New access point. To copy an existing
access point from another group, select
the group, scroll to an existing access
point, and select Options >
Organise > Copy to other dest..
To change the priority order of access
points within a group, scroll to an access
point, and select Options >
Organise > Change priority.
Packet data access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations >
Access point, and follow the
instructions on the screen.
To edit a packet data access point, open
one of the access point groups, and
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Select from the following:
Connection name — Define a name for
the connection.
Data bearer — You might not be able
to edit the data bearer once defined.
Define a new access point if needed.
Access point name — You obtain the
access point name from your service
provider.
User name — The user name may be
needed to make a data connection, and
is usually provided by your service
provider.
Prompt password — If you must enter
the password every time you log in to a
server, or if you do not want to save your
password in the device, select Yes.
Password — A password may be
needed to make a data connection and
is usually provided by your service
provider.
Authentication — Select Secure to
always send your password encrypted
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or Normal to send your password
encrypted when possible.
Homepage — Depending on the access
point you are setting up, enter the web
address or the address of the
multimedia message centre.
Use access point — Select After
confirmation if you want the device to
ask for confirmation before the
connection using this access point is
created, or Automatically if you want
the device to connect to the destination
using this access point automatically.
Select Options > Advanced settings
and from the following:
Network type — Select the internet
protocol type to transfer data to and
from your device. The other settings
depend on the selected network type.
Phone IP address (for IPv4
only) — Enter the IP address of your
device.
DNS addresses — Enter the IP
addresses of the primary and secondary
DNS servers, if required by your service
provider. To obtain these addresses,
contact your internet service provider.
Proxy server address — Enter the
address of the proxy server.
Proxy port number — Enter the port
number of the proxy server.
WLAN internet access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations >
Access point, and follow the
instructions on the display. Or, open one
of the access point groups, select an
access point marked with , and select
Edit.
Use the instructions provided by your
service provider to edit the following:
Connection name — Define a name for
the connection.
Data bearer — You might not be able
to edit the data bearer once defined.
Define a new access point if needed.
WLAN network name — Select Enter
manually or Search for networks. If
you select an existing network, WLAN
network mode and WLAN security
mode are determined by the settings of
its access point device.
Network status — Define whether the
network name is displayed.
WLAN network mode — Select Adhoc to create an ad hoc network, and to
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allow devices to send and receive data
directly; a WLAN access point device is
not needed. In an ad hoc network, all
devices must use the same WLAN
network name.
WLAN security mode — Select the
encryption used: WEP, 802.1x, or WPA/
WPA2. (802.1x and WPA/WPA2 are not
available for ad hoc networks.) If you
select Open network, no encryption is
used. The WEP, 802.1x, and WPA
functions can be used only if the
network supports them.
Use access point — Select After
confirmation to set the device to ask
for confirmation before the connection
using this access point is created or
Automatically to set the device to
connect to the destination using this
access point automatically.
default gateway, and the IP addresses
of the primary and secondary DNS
servers. Contact your internet service
provider for these addresses.
IPv6 settings — Define the type of DNS
address.
Ad-hoc channel (only for ad hoc
networks) — To enter a channel
number (1-11) manually, select User
defined.
Proxy server address — Enter the
address for the proxy server.
Proxy port number — Enter the proxy
port number.
To enter the settings for the selected
security mode, select WLAN security
settings.
In the active data connections view, you
can see the open data connections:
Advanced WLAN settings
Select Options > Advanced settings
and from the following:
IPv4 settings — Enter the IP address of
your device, the subnet IP address, the
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Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Conn. mgr..
Select Active data connections.
data calls
packet data connections
wireless LAN (WLAN)
connections
Note: The actual invoice for calls and
services from your service provider may
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vary, depending on network features,
rounding off for billing, taxes, and so
forth.
To end a connection, select Options >
Disconnect.
To close all open connections, select
Options > Disconnect all.
To view the details of a connection,
select Options > Details.
Sync
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Sync.
Sync enables you to synchronise your
notes, calendar entries, text and
multimedia messages, browser
bookmarks, or contacts with various
compatible applications on a
compatible computer or on the internet.
You may receive synchronisation
settings in a special message from your
service provider.
A synchronisation profile contains the
necessary settings for synchronisation.
When you open the Sync application,
the default or previously used sync
profile is displayed. To modify the
profile, scroll to a sync item, and select
Mark to include it in the profile or
Unmark to leave it out.
To manage sync profiles, select
Options and the desired option.
To synchronise data, select Options >
Synchronise.
To cancel synchronisation before it
finishes, select Cancel.
Bluetooth connectivity
About Bluetooth connectivity
With Bluetooth connectivity, you can
make a wireless connection to other
compatible devices, such as mobile
phones, computers, headsets, and car
kits.
You can use the connection to send
images, video clips, music and sound
clips, and notes, transfer files from your
compatible PC, and print images with a
compatible printer.
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Since devices with Bluetooth wireless
technology communicate using radio
waves, they do not need to be in direct
line-of-sight. However, they must be
within 10 metres (33 feet) of each other,
although the connection may be subject
to interference from obstructions such
as walls or from other electronic
devices.
When the device is locked, only
connections to authorised devices are
possible.
This device is compliant with Bluetooth
Specification 2.0 + EDR supporting the
following profiles: Advanced Audio
Distribution, Audio Video Remote
Control, Basic Imaging, Basic Printing,
Dial-up Networking, File Transfer,
Generic Access, Hands-free, Headset,
Human Interface Device, Object Push,
Phone Book Access, SIM Access, Serial
Port, Service Discovery Application,
Generic Object Exchange. To ensure
interoperability between other devices
supporting Bluetooth technology, use
Nokia approved accessories for this
model. Check with the manufacturers of
other devices to determine their
compatibility with this device.
Bluetooth — Activate Bluetooth
connectivity.
My phone's visibility — To allow your
device to be visible to other Bluetooth
devices, select Shown to all. To set a
length of time, after which the visibility
is set from shown to hidden, select
Define period. To hide your device
from other devices, select Hidden.
My phone's name — Edit the name of
your device. The name is shown to other
Bluetooth devices.
Remote SIM mode — Allow another
device, such as a compatible car kit
accessory, to use the SIM card in your
device to connect to the network.
Features using Bluetooth technology
increase the demand on battery power
and reduce the battery life.
Security tips
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connectivity > Bluetooth.
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Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connectivity > Bluetooth.
Select from the following:
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When you are not using Bluetooth
connectivity, to control who can find
your device and connect to it, select
Bluetooth > Off or My phone's
visibility > Hidden. Deactivating the
Bluetooth function does not affect other
functions in your device.
Do not pair with or accept connection
requests from an unknown device. This
helps to protect your device from
harmful content. Operating the device
in hidden mode is a safer way to avoid
malicious software.
Send data using Bluetooth
connectivity
Several Bluetooth connections can be
active at a time. For example, if you are
connected to a compatible headset, you
can also transfer files to another
compatible device at the same time.
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2
Open the application where the
item you want to send is stored.
Scroll to an item, and select
Options > Send > Via Bluetooth.
Devices with Bluetooth wireless
technology that are within range
are displayed. Device icons are as
follows:
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computer
phone
audio or video device
other device
To interrupt the search, select
Stop.
Select the device with which you
want to connect.
If the other device requires pairing
before data can be transmitted, a
tone sounds, and you are asked to
enter a passcode. The same
passcode must be entered in both
devices.
When the connection is established,
Sending data is displayed.
Tip: When searching for devices, some
devices may show only the unique
address (device address). To find the
unique address of your device, enter
*#2820#.
Pair devices
To pair with compatible devices and
view your paired devices, in the main
view of Bluetooth connectivity, scroll
right.
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Before pairing, create your own
passcode (1 to 16 digits), and agree with
the owner of the other device to use the
same code. Devices that do not have a
user interface have a factory-set
passcode. The passcode is used only
once.
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To pair with a device, select
Options > New paired device.
Devices that are within range are
displayed.
Select the device, and enter the
passcode. The same passcode must
be entered on the other device as
well.
Some audio enhancements connect
automatically to your device after
pairing. Otherwise, scroll to the
enhancement, and select
Options > Connect to audio
device.
Paired devices are indicated by
device search.
in the
To set a device as authorised or
unauthorised, scroll to the device, and
select from the following options:
Set as authorised — Connections
between your device and the
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authorised device can be made without
your knowledge. No separate
acceptance or authorisation is needed.
Use this status for your own devices,
such as your compatible headset or PC
or devices that belong to someone you
trust. indicates authorised devices in
the paired devices view.
Set as unauthorised — Connection
requests from this device must be
accepted separately every time.
To cancel a pairing, scroll to the device,
and select Options > Delete.
If you want to cancel all pairings, select
Options > Delete all.
Receive data using Bluetooth
connectivity
When you receive data through
Bluetooth connectivity, a tone sounds,
and you are asked if you want to accept
is
the message. If you accept,
displayed, and the item is placed in the
Inbox folder in Messaging. Messages
received through Bluetooth
connectivity are indicated by .
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Tip: If your device notifies you that the
memory is full when you try to receive
data through Bluetooth connectivity,
change memory card as the memory
where the data is stored.
Block devices
You can prevent devices from
establishing a Bluetooth connection to
your device.
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connectivity > Bluetooth.
Block a device
On the Paired devices tab, go to a device
you want to block, and select
Options > Block.
Unblock a device
On the Blocked devices tab, go to a
device, and select Options > Delete.
Unblock all blocked devices
Select Options > Delete all.
If you reject a pairing request from
another device, you are asked if you
want to block all future connection
requests from this device. If you accept
the query, the device is added to the list
of blocked devices.
Remote SIM mode
Before the remote SIM mode can be
activated, the two devices must be
paired and the pairing initiated from
the other device. When pairing, use a
16-digit passcode, and set the other
device as authorised.
To use the remote SIM mode with a
compatible car kit enhancement,
activate Bluetooth connectivity, and
enable the use of the remote SIM mode
with your device.
Activate the remote SIM mode from the
other device.
When the remote SIM mode is on in your
device, Remote SIM mode is displayed
in the standby mode. The connection to
the wireless network is turned off, as
in the signal strength
indicated by
indicator area, and you cannot use SIM
card services or features requiring
cellular network coverage.
When the wireless device is in the
remote SIM mode, you can only use a
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compatible connected enhancement,
such as a car kit, to make or receive calls.
Your wireless device will not make any
calls while in this mode, except to the
emergency numbers programmed into
your device. To make calls from your
device, you must leave the remote SIM
mode. If the device is locked, enter the
lock code to unlock it.
To leave the remote SIM mode, press the
power key, and select Exit remote SIM
mode.
Data cable
To avoid corrupting data, do not
disconnect the USB data cable during
data transfer.
Transfer data between your device
and a PC
1 Insert a memory card in your device,
and connect the device to a
compatible PC with the data cable.
2 When the device asks which mode
to use, select Mass storage. In this
mode, you can see your device as a
removable hard drive in your
computer.
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End the connection from the
computer (from the Unplug or Eject
Hardware wizard in Microsoft
Windows, for example) to avoid
damaging the memory card.
To use Nokia Ovi Suite with your device,
install Nokia Ovi Suite on your PC,
connect the data cable, and select PC
Suite as the USB connection mode.
To synchronise the music in your device
with Nokia Ovi Player, install the Nokia
Ovi Player software on your PC, connect
the data cable, and select PC Suite as the
USB connection mode.
To change the USB mode you normally
use with the data cable, select Menu >
Ctrl. panel > Connectivity > USB and
USB connection mode, and the desired
option.
To set the device to ask for the mode
each time you connect the data cable to
the device, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > USB and Ask on
connection > Yes.
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PC connections
You can use your mobile device with a
variety of compatible PC connectivity
and data communications applications.
With Nokia Ovi Suite you can, for
example, transfer files and images
between your device and a compatible
computer.
To use Ovi Suite with USB connection
mode, select PC Suite.
For more information about Ovi Suite,
see the support area at www.ovi.com.
About home network
With home network, you can share and
synchronise media files in your mobile
device with other devices, such as a
computer, sound system, or television.
You can also view and play media files
from other home network devices on
your device or on other compatible
devices. For example, you can play
music stored in your device using a
home stereo system certified by the
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA),
controlling the playlists and volume
levels directly from your device.
Your device is compatible with Universal
Plug and Play (UPnP) and certified by the
Digital Living Network Alliance. You can
create a home network with a wireless
LAN (WLAN) access point device or
router. You can connect compatible
WLAN enabled and DLNA certified UPnP
devices to the network.
Examples of compatible devices
• Mobile device
• Compatible computer
• Television
• Sound system
• Compatible wireless multimedia
receiver, connected to a sound
system
You can also store your media files to a
media server or retrieve media files
from a compatible home server.
To use the WLAN function of your device
in a home network, you must have a
working WLAN home connection.
The home network uses the security
settings of the WLAN connection. Use
the home network feature in a WLAN
infrastructure network with a WLAN
access point device and encryption
enabled.
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Internet
With the Web browser, you can view
hypertext markup language (HTML) web
pages on the internet as originally
designed. You can also browse web
pages that are designed specifically for
mobile devices, and use extensible
hypertext markup language (XHTML), or
the wireless markup language (WML).
If the web page is unreadable or not
supported and garbage code is found
while browsing, you can try to select
Menu > Internet > Web and
Options > Settings > Page > Default
encoding, and select a corresponding
encoding.
To browse the web, you need to have an
internet access point configured in your
device. Using the web browser requires
network support.
Browse the web
With the Browser application, you can
browse web pages.
Select Menu > Internet > Web.
Shortcut: To open the browser, press
and hold 0 (zero) in the home screen.
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Go to a web page
In the bookmarks view, select a
bookmark, or start entering a web
field opens
address (the
automatically), and select Go to.
Some web pages may contain material,
such as video clips, that requires a large
amount of memory to view. If your
device runs out of memory while
loading such a web page, insert a
memory card. Otherwise, the video clips
are not displayed.
Disable graphics to save memory and
speed up downloading
Select Options > Settings > Page >
Load content > Text only.
Refresh the content of the web page
Select Options > Web page options >
Reload.
View snapshots of web pages you
have visited
Select Back. A list of pages you have
visited during the current browsing
session opens. This option is available if
History list is activated in the browser
settings.
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Block or allow the automatic
opening of multiple windows
Select Options > Web page options >
Block pop-ups or Allow pop-ups.
View the shortcut keys
Select Options > Keypad shortcuts. To
edit the shortcut keys, select Edit.
Zoom in and out on a web page
To zoom in, press *. To zoom out, press
#.
Tip: To send the browser to the
background without exiting the
application or closing the connection,
press the end key once.
Browser toolbar
The browser toolbar helps you select
frequently used functions of the
browser.
Open the toolbar
Press and hold the scroll key on a blank
area of a web page.
Move within the toolbar
Scroll left or right.
Select a feature from the toolbar
Press the scroll key.
From the toolbar, select from the
following:
Go to web address — Enter a web
address.
Recently visited pages — View a
list of the web addresses you visit
frequently.
Bookmarks — Open the bookmarks
view.
Full screen — View the web page in
full screen.
Page overview — Display an
overview of the current web page.
Search by keyword — Search the
current web page.
Settings — Modify the web browser
settings.
Navigate pages
Mini Map and Page overview help you
navigate web pages that contain a large
amount of information.
To activate Mini Map, select Options >
Settings > General > Mini map > On.
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When you scroll through a large web
page, Mini Map opens and shows an
overview of the page.
To move in Mini Map, scroll left, right,
up, or down. When you find the desired
location, stop scrolling. Mini Map
disappears and leaves you at the
selected location.
When you are browsing a web page that
contains a large amount of information,
you can also use Page overview to view
what kind of information the web page
contains.
To display an overview of the current
web page, press 8.
To scroll around the overview, use the
scroll key.
To zoom in on a section, scroll to the
section, and select OK.
Web feeds and blogs
With web feeds, you can easily follow
news headlines and your favourite
blogs.
Select Menu > Internet > Web.
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Web feeds are XML files on web pages.
They are used to share, for example, the
latest news headlines or blogs. It is
common to find web feeds on web,
blog, and wiki pages.
The browser application automatically
detects if a web page contains web
feeds.
Subscribe to a web feed when a feed
is available on the page
Select Options > Subscribe to web
feeds.
Update a web feed
In the Web feeds view, select a feed and
Options > Web feed options >
Refresh.
Set automatic update for all web
feeds
In the Web feeds view, select
Options > Edit > Edit. This option is
not available if one or more feeds are
marked.
Content search
Select Menu > Internet > Web.
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To search for text, phone numbers, or email addresses within the current web
page, select Options > Find keyword
and the appropriate option.
Save the current web page as a
bookmark
While browsing, select Options > Web
page options > Save as bookmark.
To go to the next match, scroll down.
Edit or delete bookmarks
Select Options > Bookmark
manager.
To go to the previous match, scroll up.
Tip: To search for text within the
current web page, press 2.
Bookmarks
You can store your favourite web pages
in Bookmarks for instant access.
Select Menu > Internet > Web.
Access bookmarks
1 If you have a page other than
Bookmarks as your homepage,
select Options > Go to >
Bookmarks.
2 Select a web address from the list or
from the collection of bookmarks in
the Recently visited pages folder.
Send or add a bookmark, or set a
bookmarked web page as the
homepage
Select Options > Bookmark options.
Empty the cache
Emptying the cache memory helps you
keep your data secure. The information
or services you have accessed are stored
in the cache memory of the device. If
you have accessed or tried to access
confidential information requiring
passwords, empty the cache after each
browsing session.
Select Options > Clear privacy data >
Cache.
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End the connection
To end the connection and close the
browser, select Options > Exit.
To delete the information the network
server collects about your visits to
various web pages, select Options >
Clear privacy data > Cookies.
Connection security
If the security indicator ( ) is displayed
during a connection, the data
transmission between the device and
the internet gateway or server is
encrypted.
The security icon does not indicate that
the data transmission between the
gateway and the content server (where
the data is stored) is secure. The service
provider secures the data transmission
between the gateway and the content
server.
Security certificates may be required for
some services, such as banking services.
You are notified if the identity of the
server is not authentic or if you do not
have the correct security certificate in
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your device. For more information,
contact your service provider.
Important: Even if the use of
certificates makes the risks involved in
remote connections and software
installation considerably smaller, they
must be used correctly in order to
benefit from increased security. The
existence of a certificate does not offer
any protection by itself; the certificate
manager must contain correct,
authentic, or trusted certificates for
increased security to be available.
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 device
are correct.
Before changing any certificate settings,
you must make sure that you really trust
the owner of the certificate and that the
certificate really belongs to the listed
owner.
Web settings
Select Menu > Internet > Web and
Options > Settings and from the
following:
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General settings
Access point — Change the default
access point. Some or all access points
may be preset for your device by your
service provider. You may not be able to
change, create, edit, or remove them.
Homepage — Define the homepage.
Mini map — Turn Mini Map on or off.
Mini Map helps with web page
navigation.
History list — If you select On, while
browsing, to see a list of the pages you
have visited during the current session,
select Back.
Web address suffix — Enter a web
address suffix that the device uses by
default when you enter a web address
in the Go to field (for example, .com
or .org).
Security warnings — Hide or show
security notifications.
Java/ECMA script — Enable or disable
the use of scripts.
Java/ECMA script errors — Select
whether you want to receive script
notifications.
Page settings
Load content — Select whether you
want to load images and other objects
while browsing. If you select Text
only, to load images or objects later
during browsing, select Options >
Display options > Load images.
Default encoding — If text characters
are not shown correctly, you can select
another encoding according to the
language for the current page.
Block pop-ups — Allow or block
automatic opening of different pop-ups
while browsing.
Automatic reload — Select whether
you want the web pages to be refreshed
automatically while browsing.
Font size — Define the font size that is
used for web pages.
Privacy settings
Recently visited pages — Enable or
disable automatic bookmark collecting.
If you want to continue saving the
addresses of the visited web pages into
the Recently visited pages folder, but
hide the folder from the bookmarks
view, select Hide folder.
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Form data saving — Select whether
you want the password data or data you
enter on different forms on a web page
to be saved and used the next time you
open the page.
Cookies — Enable or disable the
receiving and sending of cookies.
Web feed settings
Acc. point for auto-update — Select
the desired access point for updating.
This option is only available when
Automatic updates is active.
Update when roaming — Select
whether you want the web feeds to be
updated automatically when roaming.
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Active notes
Select Menu > Office > Active notes.
Active notes allows you to create, edit,
and view different kinds of notes, for
example, meeting memos, hobby notes,
or shopping lists. You can insert images,
videos, and sound in the notes. You can
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link notes to other applications, such as
Contacts, and send notes to others.
Create and edit notes
Select Menu > Office > Active notes.
Create a note
Start writing.
Edit a note
Select Options > Editing options.
Add boldface, italics, or underlining
Press and hold the shift key, and scroll
to select the text. Then select
Options > Text.
Select Options and from the following:
Insert object — Insert items to the
note.
Send — Send the note to a compatible
device.
Link note to call — Select Add
contacts to link a note to a contact. The
note is displayed when making a call to
or receiving a call from the contact.
Active notes settings
Select Menu > Office > Active notes
and Options > Settings.
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Select where to save notes
Select Memory in use and the desired
memory.
Change the layout of active notes
Select Change view > Grid or List.
Display a note during phone calls
Select Show note during call > Yes.
Tip: If you temporarily do not want to
see notes during phone calls, select
Show note during call > No. This way
you do not have to remove the links
between notes and contact cards.
Calculator
Select Menu > Office > Calculator.
This calculator has limited accuracy and
is designed for simple calculations.
To make a calculation, enter the first
number of the calculation. Select a
function such as add or subtract from
the function map. Enter the second
number of the calculation, and select =.
The calculator performs operations in
the order they are entered. The result of
the calculation remains in the editor
field and can be used as the first number
of a new calculation.
The device saves the result of the last
calculation in its memory. Exiting the
Calculator application or switching off
the device does not clear the memory.
To recall the last saved result the next
time you open the Calculator
application, select Options > Last
result.
To save the numbers or results of a
calculation, select Options >
Memory > Save.
To retrieve the results of a calculation
from the memory and use them in a
calculation, select Options >
Memory > Recall.
File manager
About File manager
Select Menu > Office > File mgr..
With File manager, you can browse,
manage, and open files.
The available options may vary.
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To map or delete drives, or to define
settings for a compatible remote drive
connected to your device, select
Options > Remote drives.
Find and organise files
Select Menu > Office > File mgr..
To find a file, select Options > Find.
Select where to search, and enter a
search term that matches the file name.
To move or copy files and folders, or to
create new folders, select Options >
Organise.
Edit the memory card
You can format a memory card to erase
the data on it, or you can protect the
data on the memory card with a
password.
Select Menu > Office > File mgr..
Rename or format a memory card
Select Options > Memory card
options and the desired option.
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Password protect a memory card
Select Options > Memory card
password.
These options are available only if a
compatible memory card is inserted in
the device.
Back up files to a memory card
Select Menu > Office > File mgr..
To back up files to a memory card, select
the file types you want to back up, and
Options > Back up phone memory.
Ensure that your memory card has
enough free memory for the files that
you have chosen to back up.
Format mass memory
When mass memory is reformatted, all
data in the memory is permanently lost.
Back up data you want to keep before
formatting the mass memory. You can
use Nokia Ovi Suite or Nokia Nseries PC
Suite to back up data to a compatible PC.
Digital rights management
technologies (DRM) may prevent some
backup data from being restored.
Contact your service provider for more
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information about DRM used for your
content.
To format mass memory, select
Options > Format mass memory. Do
not format the mass memory using PC
software because it may cause
degraded performance.
Formatting does not guarantee that all
confidential data stored in the device
mass memory is permanently
destroyed. Standard formatting only
marks the formatted area as available
space and deletes the address to find
the files again. The recovery of
formatted or even overwritten data
may still be possible with special
recovery tools and software.
2003, and 2007 documents (DOC, XLS,
and PPT file formats) with Quickoffice. If
you have the editor version of
Quickoffice, you can also edit files.
Not all file formats or features are
supported.
Converter
Select Menu > Office > Converter.
The converter has limited accuracy, and
rounding errors may occur.
Convert measurements
Select Menu > Office > Converter.
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About Quickoffice
Select Menu > Office > Quickoffice.
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Quickoffice consists of Quickword for
viewing Microsoft Word documents,
Quicksheet for viewing Microsoft Excel
worksheets, Quickpoint for Microsoft
PowerPoint presentations, and
Quickmanager for purchasing software.
You can view Microsoft Office 2000, XP,
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Scroll to the type field, and select
Options > Conversion type to
open a list of measures. Select the
measurement type to use (other
than currency) and OK.
Scroll to the first unit field, and
select Options > Select unit. Select
the unit from which to convert and
OK. Scroll to the next unit field, and
select the unit to which to convert.
Scroll to the first amount field, and
enter the value to convert. The
other amount field changes
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automatically to show the
converted value.
Set base currency and exchange rate
Select Menu > Office > Converter.
When you change base currency, you
must enter new exchange rates because
all previously set exchange rates are
cleared.
Before you can make currency
conversions, you must choose a base
currency and add exchange rates. The
rate of the base currency is always 1. The
base currency determines the
conversion rates of the other currencies.
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To set the exchange rate for the unit
of currency, scroll to the type field,
and select Options > Currency
rates.
Scroll to the currency type, and
enter the exchange rate you would
like to set per single unit of
currency.
To change the base currency, scroll
to the currency, and select
Options > Set as base currency.
Select Done > Yes to save the
changes.
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After you have set all the necessary
exchange rates, you can make currency
conversions.
Zip manager
Select Menu > Office > Zip.
With Zip manager, you can create new
archive files to store compressed ZIP
formatted files; add single or multiple
compressed files or directories to an
archive; set, clear, or change the archive
password for protected archives; and
change settings, such as the level of
compression used.
You can save the archived files in the
device memory or on a memory card.
PDF reader
Select Menu > Office > Adobe PDF.
With PDF reader, you can read PDF
documents on the display of your
device; search for text in the
documents; modify settings, such as
zoom level and page views; and send
PDF files using e-mail.
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Printing
You can print documents, such as files,
messages, images, or web pages, from
your device. You may not be able to print
all types of documents.
File printing
Print files
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Printers.
Before printing, ensure that all the
necessary configurations have been
done to connect your device to the
printer.
Select Options > Printing options and
from the following:
Print — Print a document. To print to a
file, select Print to file, and define the
location for the file.
Page setup — You can change the
paper size and orientation, define the
margins, and insert a header or a footer.
The maximum length of the header and
footer is 128 characters.
Preview — Preview the document
before printing.
Printing options
Open a document, such as a file or
message, and select Options >
Printing options > Print.
Define the following options:
Printer — Select an available printer
from the list.
Print — Select All pages, Even pages,
or Odd pages as the print range.
Print range — Select All pages in
range, Current page, or Defined
pages as the page range.
Number of copies — Select the
number of copies to print.
Print to file — Select to print to a file
and determine the location for the file.
The available options may vary.
Printer settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Printers.
To add a new printer, select Options >
Add.
Define the following:
Printer — Enter a name for the printer.
Driver — Select a driver for the printer.
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Bearer — Select a bearer for the
printer.
Access point — Select the access point.
Port — Select the port.
Host — Define the host.
User — Enter the user.
Queue — Enter the print queue.
Orientation — Select the orientation.
Paper size — Select the paper size.
Media type — Select the media type.
Colour mode — Select the colour
mode.
Printer model — Select the printer
model.
The available options may vary.
Image print
You can print images from your device
using a printer compatible with
PictBridge. You can only print images
that are in the JPEG file format.
To print images in Photos, camera, or
image viewer, mark the images, and
select Options > Print.
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Connect to printer
Connect your device to a compatible
printer with a compatible data cable,
and select Image transfer as the USB
connection mode.
To set your device to ask the purpose of
the connection each time the cable is
connected, select Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings and Connectivity >
USB > Ask on connection > Yes.
Print preview
After you select the printer, the selected
images are displayed using predefined
layouts.
If the images do not fit on a single page,
scroll up or down to display the
additional pages.
Image print view
After you select the images to print and
the printer, define the printer settings.
Select from the following:
Layout — Select the layout for the
images.
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Paper size — Select the paper size.
Print quality — Select the print quality.
Notes
Select Menu > Office > Notes.
Dictionary
You can translate words from one
language to another. Not all languages
may be supported.
You can create and send notes to other
compatible devices, and save received
plain text files (TXT file format) to Notes.
Look up a word to translate
1 Select Menu > Office >
Dictionary.
2 Enter text in the search field. As you
enter text, suggestions of words to
translate are displayed.
3 Select the word from the list.
Select Options and from the following:
Listen — Listen to the selected word.
History — Find previously translated
words from the current session.
Languages — Change the source or
target language, download languages
from the internet, or remove a language
from the dictionary. You cannot remove
the English language from the
dictionary. You can have two additional
languages installed, besides English.
Speech — Edit the voice feature
settings. You can adjust the speed and
volume of the voice.
To write a note, start entering the text.
The note editor opens automatically.
To open a note, select Open.
To send a note to other compatible
devices, select Options > Send.
To synchronise or to define
synchronisation settings for a note,
select Options > Synchronisation.
Select Start to initialise synchronisation
or Settings to define the
synchronisation settings for the note.
Positioning (GPS)
You can use applications such as GPS
data to find out your location or
measure distances. These applications
require a GPS connection.
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About GPS
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is
operated by the government of the
United States, which is solely
responsible for its accuracy and
maintenance. The accuracy of location
data can be affected by adjustments to
GPS satellites made by the United States
government and is subject to change
with the United States Department of
Defense civil GPS policy and the Federal
Radionavigation Plan. Accuracy can also
be affected by poor satellite geometry.
Availability and quality of GPS signals
may be affected by your location,
buildings, natural obstacles, and
weather conditions. GPS signals may
not be available inside buildings or
underground and may be impaired by
materials such as concrete and metal.
GPS should not be used for precise
location measurement, and you should
never rely solely on location data from
the GPS receiver and cellular radio
networks for positioning or navigation.
The trip meter has limited accuracy, and
rounding errors may occur. Accuracy can
also be affected by availability and
quality of GPS signals.
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The coordinates in the GPS are
expressed using the international
WGS-84 coordinate system. The
availability of the coordinates may vary
by region.
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
Your device also supports assisted GPS
(A-GPS).
A-GPS requires network support.
Assisted GPS (A-GPS) is used to retrieve
assistance data over a packet data
connection, which assists in calculating
the coordinates of your current location
when your device is receiving signals
from satellites.
When you activate A-GPS, your device
receives useful satellite information
from an assistance data server over the
cellular network. With the help of
assisted data, your device can obtain
the GPS position faster.
Your device is preconfigured to use the
Nokia A-GPS service, if no service
provider-specific A-GPS settings are
available. The assistance data is
retrieved from the Nokia A-GPS service
server only when needed.
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Positioning (GPS)
To disable the A-GPS service, select
Menu > Applications >
Location > GPS data and
Options > Positioning settings >
Positioning methods > Assisted
GPS > Options > Disable.
You must have an internet access point
defined in the device to retrieve
assistance data from the Nokia A-GPS
service over a packet data connection.
The access point for A-GPS can be
defined in positioning settings. A
wireless LAN (WLAN) access point
cannot be used for this service. Only a
packet data internet access point can be
used. Your device asks you to select the
internet access point when GPS is used
for the first time.
Hold your device correctly
When using the GPS receiver, ensure you
do not cover the antenna with your
hand.
Establishing a GPS connection may take
from a couple of seconds to several
minutes. Establishing a GPS connection
in a vehicle may take longer.
The GPS receiver draws its power from
the device battery. Using the GPS
receiver may drain the battery faster.
Tips on creating a GPS connection
If your device cannot find the satellite
signal, consider the following:
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If you are indoors, go outdoors to
receive a better signal.
If you are outdoors, move to a more
open space.
Ensure that your hand does not
cover the GPS antenna of your
device.
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If the weather conditions are bad,
the signal strength may be affected.
Some vehicles have tinted
(athermic) windows, which may
block the satellite signals.
Check satellite signal status
To check how many satellites your
device has found, and whether your
device is receiving satellite signals,
select Menu > Applications >
Location > GPS data and
Options > Satellite status.
If your device has found satellites, a bar
for each satellite is displayed in the
satellite information view. The longer
the bar, the stronger the satellite signal
is. When your device has received
enough data from the satellite signal to
calculate the coordinates of your
location, the bar colour changes.
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Initially, your device must receive
signals from at least four satellites to be
able to calculate the coordinates of your
location. When the initial calculation
has been made, it may be possible to
continue calculating the coordinates of
your location with three satellites.
However, the accuracy is generally
better when more satellites are found.
Position requests
You may receive a request from a
network service to receive your position
information. Service providers may
offer information about local topics,
such as weather or traffic conditions,
based on the location of your device.
When you receive a position request,
the service that is making the request is
displayed. Select Accept to allow your
position information to be sent or
Reject to deny the request.
Landmarks
With Landmarks, you can save the
position information of specific
locations in your device. You can sort the
saved locations into different
categories, such as business, and add
other information to them, such as
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addresses. You can use your saved
landmarks in compatible applications,
such as GPS data.
Select Menu > Applications >
Installations > Landmarks.
The coordinates in the GPS are
expressed using the international
WGS-84 coordinate system.
Select Options and from the following:
New landmark — Create a new
landmark. To make a positioning
request for your current location, select
Current position. To select the location
from the map, select Select from map.
To enter the position information
manually, select Enter manually.
Edit — Edit or add information to a
saved landmark (for example, a street
address).
Add to category — Add a landmark to
a category in Landmarks. Select each
category to which you want to add the
landmark.
Send — Send one or several landmarks
to a compatible device. Your received
landmarks are placed in the Inbox folder
in Messaging.
You can sort your landmarks into preset
categories, and create new categories.
To edit and create new landmark
categories, open the categories tab, and
select Options > Edit categories.
GPS data
Route guidance
Select Menu > Applications >
Location > GPS data and
Navigation.
Start the route guidance outdoors. If
started indoors, the GPS receiver may
not receive the necessary information
from the satellites.
Route guidance uses a rotating compass
on the device display. A red ball shows
the direction to the destination, and the
approximate distance to it is shown
inside the compass ring.
Route guidance is designed to show the
straightest route and the shortest
distance to the destination, measured
in a straight line. Any obstacles on the
route, such as buildings and natural
obstacles, are ignored. Differences in
altitude are not taken into account
when calculating the distance. Route
guidance is active only when you move.
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To set your trip destination, select
Options > Set destination and a
landmark as the destination, or enter
the latitude and longitude coordinates.
To clear the destination set for your trip,
select Stop navigation.
Trip meter
Select Menu > Applications >
Location > GPS data and Trip
distance.
The trip meter has limited accuracy, and
rounding errors may occur. Accuracy can
also be affected by availability and
quality of GPS signals.
To turn trip distance calculation on or
off, select Options > Start or Stop. The
calculated values remain on the display.
Use this feature outdoors to receive a
better GPS signal.
To set the trip distance and time and
average and maximum speeds to zero,
and to start a new calculation, select
Options > Reset. To set the trip meter
and total time to zero, select Restart.
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Positioning settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Positioning.
Positioning methods
Select from the following:
Integrated GPS — Use the integrated
GPS receiver of your device.
Assisted GPS — Use Assisted GPS (AGPS) to receive assistance data from an
assistance data server.
Bluetooth GPS — Use a compatible
external GPS receiver with Bluetooth
connectivity.
Network based — Use information
from the cellular network (network
service).
Positioning server
To define an access point and
positioning server for network-assisted
positioning methods, such as assisted
GPS or network-based positioning,
select Positioning server.
The positioning server may be preset by
your service provider, and you may not
be able to edit the settings.
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Notation settings
To select which measurement system
you want to use for speeds and
distances, select Measurement
system > Metric or Imperial.
To define in which format the
coordinate information is displayed in
your device, select Coordinate format
and the desired format.
Maps
Maps overview
Select Menu > Maps.
Welcome to Maps.
Maps shows you what is nearby, helps
you plan your route, and guides you
where you want to go.
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Find cities, streets, and services.
Find your way with turn-by-turn
directions.
Synchronise your favourite
locations and routes between your
mobile device and the Ovi Maps
internet service.
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Check weather forecasts and other
local information, if available.
Note: Downloading content such as
maps, satellite images, voice files,
guides or traffic information may
involve transmission of large amounts
of data (network service).
Some services may not be available in
all countries, and may be provided only
in selected languages. The services may
be network dependent. For more
information, contact your network
service provider.
Almost all digital cartography is
inaccurate and incomplete to some
extent. Never rely solely on the
cartography that you download for use
in this device.
Content such as satellite images, guides,
weather and traffic information and
related services are generated by third
parties independent of Nokia. The
content may be inaccurate and
incomplete to some extent and is
subject to availability. Never rely solely
on the aforementioned content and
related services.
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View your location and the map
See your current location on the map,
and browse maps of different cities and
countries.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
When the GPS connection is active,
marks your current or last known
location on the map. If the icon's colours
are faint, no GPS signal is available.
If you browse to an area not covered by
maps that are stored on your device and
you have an active data connection,
new maps are automatically
downloaded.
Map coverage varies by country and
region.
Map view
If only cell ID based positioning is
available, a red halo around the
positioning icon indicates the general
area you might be in. The accuracy of
the estimate increases in densely
populated areas.
Move on the map
Use the scroll key. By default, the map is
oriented north.
View your current or last known
location
Press 0.
Zoom in or out
Press * or #.
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Selected location
Indicator area
Point of interest (for example, a
railway station or a museum)
Information area
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Change the look of the map
View the map in different modes, to
easily identify where you are.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
Press 1, and select from the following:
Map — In the standard map view,
details such as location names or
motorway numbers, are easy to read.
Satellite — For a detailed view, use
satellite images.
Terrain — View at a glance the ground
type, for example, when you are
travelling off-road.
Change between 2D and 3D views
Press 3.
Download and update maps
To avoid mobile data transfer costs,
download the latest maps and voice
guidance files to your computer, and
then transfer and save them to your
device.
Use the Nokia Ovi Suite application to
download the latest maps and voice
guidance files to your compatible
computer. To download and install
Nokia Ovi Suite on your compatible
computer, go to www.ovi.com.
Tip: Save new maps to your device
before a journey, so you can browse the
maps without an internet connection
when travelling abroad.
To make sure your device does not use
an internet connection, in the main
menu, select Options > Settings >
Internet > Connection > Offline.
About positioning methods
Maps displays your location on the map
using GPS, A-GPS, or cell ID based
positioning.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a
satellite-based navigation system used
for calculating your location. Assisted
GPS (A-GPS) is a network service that
sends you GPS data, improving the
speed and accuracy of the positioning.
When you use Maps for the first time,
you are prompted to define an internet
access point to download map
information or use A-GPS.
indicates the availability of
the satellite signals. One bar is one
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satellite. When the device is searching
for satellite signals, the bar is yellow.
When there is enough data available to
calculate your location, the bar turns
green. The more green bars, the more
reliable the location calculation.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is
operated by the government of the
United States, which is solely
responsible for its accuracy and
maintenance. The accuracy of location
data can be affected by adjustments to
GPS satellites made by the United States
government and is subject to change
with the United States Department of
Defense civil GPS policy and the Federal
Radionavigation Plan. Accuracy can also
be affected by poor satellite geometry.
Availability and quality of GPS signals
may be affected by your location,
buildings, natural obstacles, and
weather conditions. GPS signals may
not be available inside buildings or
underground and may be impaired by
materials such as concrete and metal.
GPS should not be used for precise
location measurement, and you should
never rely solely on location data from
the GPS receiver and cellular radio
networks for positioning or navigation.
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The trip meter has limited accuracy, and
rounding errors may occur. Accuracy can
also be affected by availability and
quality of GPS signals.
With cell ID based positioning, the
position is determined through the
antenna tower your mobile device is
currently connected to.
Depending on the available positioning
method, the accuracy of positioning
may vary from a few metres to several
kilometres.
Find a location
Maps helps you find specific locations
and types of business you are looking
for.
Select Menu > Maps and Find places.
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Enter search terms, such as a street
address or postcode. To clear the
search field, select Clear.
Select Go.
In the list of proposed matches, go
to the desired item. To display the
location on the map, select Map.
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To view the other locations of the
search result list on the map, scroll
up and down with the scroll key.
Return to the list of proposed
matches
Select List.
Search for different types of nearby
places
Select Browse categories and a
category, such as shopping,
accommodation, or transport.
If no search results are found, ensure
the spelling of your search terms is
correct. Problems with your internet
connection may also affect results when
searching online.
To avoid data transfer costs, you can
also get search results without an active
internet connection, if you have maps of
the searched area stored on your device.
View location details
View more information about a specific
location or place, such as a hotel or
restaurant, if available.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
View the details of a place
Select a place, press the scroll key, and
select Show details.
Save places and routes
Save addresses, places of interest, and
routes, so they can be quickly used later.
Select Menu > Maps.
Save a place
1 Select My position.
2 Go to the location. To search for an
address or place, select Search.
3 Press the scroll key.
4 Select Save place.
Save a route
1 Select My position.
2 Go to the location. To search for an
address or place, select Search.
3 To add another route point, press
the scroll key, and select Add to
route.
4 Select Add new route point and
the appropriate option.
5 Select Show route > Options >
Save route.
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View your saved places and routes
Select Favourites > Places or Routes.
View and organise places or routes
Use your Favourites to quickly access the
places and routes you have saved.
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Select New collection or an
existing collection.
If you need to delete places or routes, or
add a route to a collection, go to the Ovi
Maps internet service at www.ovi.com.
Group the places and routes into a
collection, for example, when planning
a trip.
Send places to your friends
When you want to share place
information with your friends, send
these details directly to their devices.
Select Menu > Maps and Favourites.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
View a saved place on the map
1 Select Places.
2 Go to the place.
3 Select Map.
Send a place to your friend's
compatible device
Select a location, press the scroll key,
and select Send.
To return to the list of saved places,
select List.
Share location
Publish your current location to
Facebook, together with text and a
picture. Your Facebook friends can see
your location on a map.
Create a collection
Select Create new collection, and
enter a collection name.
Add a saved place to a collection
1 Select Places and the place.
2 Select Organise collections.
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Select Menu > Maps and Share
location.
To share your location, you need a Nokia
account and a Facebook account.
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Sign in to your Nokia account, or, if
you do not yet have one, select
Create new account.
Sign in to your Facebook account.
Select your current location.
Enter your status update.
To attach a picture to your post,
select Add a photo.
Select Share location.
Manage your Facebook account
In the main view, select Options >
Account > Share location settings >
Facebook.
Sharing your location and viewing the
location of others requires an internet
connection. This may involve the
transmission of large amounts of data
and related data traffic costs.
The Facebook terms of use apply to
sharing your location on Facebook.
Familiarise yourself with the Facebook
terms of use and the privacy practices.
Before sharing your location to others,
always consider carefully with whom
you are sharing it. Check the privacy
settings of the social networking service
you are using as you might share your
location with a large group of people.
Synchronise your Favourites
Plan a trip on your computer at the Ovi
Maps website, synchronise the saved
places, routes, and collections with your
mobile device, and access the plan on
the go.
To synchronise places, routes, or
collections between your mobile device
and the Ovi Maps internet service, you
need a Nokia account. If you do not have
one, in the main view, select
Options > Account > Nokia
account > Create new account.
Synchronise saved places, routes,
and collections
Select Favourites > Synchronise with
Ovi. If you do not have a Nokia account,
you are prompted to create one.
Set the device to synchronise
Favourites automatically
Select Options > Settings >
Synchronisation > Change > At
start-up and shut-d..
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Synchronising requires an active
internet connection, and may involve
the transmission of large amounts of
data through your service provider’s
network. Contact your service provider
for information about data
transmission charges.
To use the Ovi Maps internet service, go
to www.ovi.com.
Get voice guidance
Voice guidance, if available for your
language, helps you find your way to a
destination, leaving you free to enjoy
the journey.
Select Menu > Maps and Drive or
Walk.
When you use drive or walk navigation
for the first time, you are asked to select
the language of the voice guidance, and
download the appropriate files.
If you select a language that includes
street names, also the street names are
said aloud. Voice guidance may not be
available for your language.
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Change the voice guidance language
In the main view, select Options >
Settings > Navigation > Drive
guidance or Walk guidance and the
appropriate option.
Repeat the voice guidance for car
navigation
In the navigation view, select
Options > Repeat.
Adjust the volume of the voice
guidance for car navigation
In the navigation view, select
Options > Volume.
Drive to your destination
When you need turn-by-turn directions
while driving, Maps helps you get to
your destination.
Select Menu > Maps and Drive.
Drive to a destination
Select Set destination and the
appropriate option.
Drive to your home
Select Drive home.
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When you select Drive home or Walk
home for the first time, you are
prompted to define your home location.
To later change the home location, do
the following:
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Navigation view
In the main view, select Options >
Settings > Navigation > Home
Location > Change > Redefine.
Select the appropriate option.
Tip: To drive without a set destination,
select Map. Your location is displayed on
the centre of the map as you move.
Change views during navigation
Press the scroll key, and select 2D
view, 3D view, Arrow view, or Route
overview.
Obey all local laws. Always keep your
hands free to operate the vehicle while
driving. Your first consideration while
driving should be road safety.
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Route
Your location and direction
Compass
Information bar (speed, distance,
time)
Get traffic and safety information
Enhance your driving experience with
real-time information about traffic
events, lane assistance, and speed limit
warnings, if available for your country
or region.
Select Menu > Maps and Drive.
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View traffic events on the map
During drive navigation, select
Options > Traffic info. The events are
displayed as triangles and lines.
Update traffic information
Select Options > Traffic info > Update
traffic info.
When planning a route, you can set the
device to avoid traffic events, such as
traffic jams or roadworks.
Avoid traffic events
In the main view, select Options >
Settings > Navigation > Reroute due
to traffic.
The location of speed cameras may be
shown on your route during navigation,
if this feature is enabled. Some
jurisdictions prohibit or regulate the
use of speed camera location data.
Nokia is not responsible for the
accuracy, or the consequences of using
speed camera location data.
Walk to your destination
When you need directions to follow a
route on foot, Maps guides you over
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squares, and through parks, pedestrian
zones, and even shopping centres.
Select Menu > Maps and Walk.
Walk to a destination
Select Set destination and the
appropriate option.
Walk to your home
Select Walk home.
When you select Drive home or Walk
home for the first time, you are
prompted to define your home location.
To later change the home location, do
the following:
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In the main view, select Options >
Settings > Navigation > Home
Location > Change > Redefine.
Select the appropriate option.
Tip: To walk without a set destination,
select Map. Your location is displayed on
the centre of the map as you move.
Plan a route
Plan your journey, and create your route
and view it on the map before setting
off.
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Select Menu > Maps and My position.
Create a route
1 Go to your starting point.
2 Press the scroll key, and select Add
to route.
3 To add another route point, select
Add new route point and the
appropriate option.
Change the order of the route points
1 Go to a route point.
2 Press the scroll key, and select
Move.
3 Go to the place where you want to
move the route point to, and select
OK.
Edit the location of a route point
Go to the route point, press the scroll
key, and select Edit and the appropriate
option.
View the route on the map
Select Show route.
Navigate to the destination
Select Show route > Options > Start
driving or Start walking.
Change the settings for a route
The route settings affect the navigation
guidance and the way the route is
displayed on the map.
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In the route planner view, open the
Settings tab. To get to the route
planner view from the navigation
view, select Options > Route
points or Route point list.
Set the transportation mode to
Drive or Walk. If you select Walk,
one-way streets are regarded as
normal streets, and walkways and
routes through, for example, parks
and shopping centres, can be used.
Select the desired option.
Select the walking mode
Open the Settings tab, and select
Walk > Preferred route > Streets or
Straight line. Straight line is useful on
off-road terrain as it indicates the
walking direction.
Use the faster or shorter driving
route
Open the Settings tab, and select
Drive > Route selection > Faster
route or Shorter route.
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Use the optimised driving route
Open the Settings tab, and select
Drive > Route selection >
Optimised. The optimised driving route
combines the advantages of both the
shorter and the faster routes.
You can also choose to allow or avoid
using, for example, motorways, toll
roads, or ferries.
Personalisation
You can personalise your device by, for
example, adjusting the various tones,
background images, and screen savers.
Profiles
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Profiles.
You can adjust and customise the
ringing tones, alert tones, and other
device tones for different events,
environments, or caller groups. The
active profile is shown at the top of the
display in the home screen. However, if
the active profile is General, only today's
date is shown.
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To create a new profile, select
Options > Create new, and define the
settings.
To customise a profile, select a profile
and Options > Personalise.
To activate a profile, select a profile and
Options > Activate.
To set the profile to be active until a
certain time within the next 24 hours,
scroll to the profile, select Options >
Timed, and set the time. When the time
expires, the profile changes back to the
previously active non-timed profile.
is
When the profile is timed,
displayed in the home screen. The
Offline profile cannot be timed.
To delete a profile that you created,
select Options > Delete profile. You
cannot delete the predefined profiles.
When the Offline profile is activated,
your connection to the cellular network
is closed. All radio frequency signals
between the device and the cellular
network are prevented. If you try to
send a message, it is placed in the
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Outbox folder, and is sent only when
another profile is activated.
You can also use your device without a
SIM card. If you remove the SIM card, the
Offline profile is activated.
Important: In the Offline profile you
cannot make or receive any calls, or use
other features that require cellular
network coverage. Calls may still be
possible to the official emergency
number programmed into your device.
To make calls, you must first activate the
phone function by changing profiles. If
the device has been locked, enter the
lock code.
When you use the Offline profile, you
can still use a wireless LAN (WLAN), for
example, to read your mail or browse
the internet. You can also use Bluetooth
connectivity. Remember to comply with
any applicable safety requirements
when you establish and use WLAN or
Bluetooth connections.
Select ringing tones
To set a ringing tone for a profile, select
Options > Personalise > Ringing
tone. Select a ringing tone from the list,
or select Download sounds to open a
bookmark folder containing a list of
bookmarks for downloading tones
using the browser. Any downloaded
tones are saved to Gallery.
To play the ringing tone for a selected
contact group only, select Options >
Personalise > Alert for, and select the
desired group. Phone calls coming from
outside that group have a silent alert.
To change the message tone, select
Options > Personalise > Message
alert tone.
Customise profiles
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Profiles.
Select Options > Personalise and from
the following:
Ringing tone — Select a ringing tone
from the list, or select Download
sounds to open a bookmark folder
containing a list of bookmarks for
downloading tones using the browser.
Video call tone — Select a ringing tone
for video calls.
Say caller's name — When you select
this option and someone from your
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contacts list calls you, the device sounds
a ringing tone that is a combination of
the spoken name of the contact and the
selected ringing tone.
Ringing type — Select how you want
the ringing tone to alert.
Ringing volume — Select the volume
level of the ringing tone.
Message alert tone — Select a tone for
received text messages.
E-mail alert tone — Select a tone for
received e-mail messages.
Vibrating alert — Set the device to
vibrate when you receive a call or
message.
Keypad tones — Select the volume
level of the keypad tones.
Warning tones — Deactivate the
warning tones. This setting also affects
the tones of some games and Java™
applications.
Alert for — Set the device to ring only
upon calls from phone numbers that
belong to a selected contact group.
Phone calls coming from outside that
group have a silent alert.
PTT call alert tone — Select a ringing
tone for PTT calls.
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Push to talk status — Set the PTT
status to each profile.
Profile name — You can give a name
to a new profile or rename an existing
profile. The General and Offline profiles
cannot be renamed.
Change the display theme
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Themes.
Select from the following:
General — Change the theme used in
all applications.
Menu view — Change the theme used
in the main menu.
Standby — Change the theme used in
the home screen.
Wallpaper — Change the background
image of the home screen.
Call image — Change the image
displayed during calls.
Audio themes — Set sounds for
various device events.
To activate or deactivate the theme
effects, select General > Options >
Theme effects.
Download a theme
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Themes.
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To download a theme, select
General > Download themes >
Options > Go to > New web page.
Enter the web address from which you
want to download your theme. Once the
theme is downloaded, you can preview
or activate the theme.
To preview a theme, select Options >
Preview.
To activate a theme, select Options >
Set.
3-D ringing tones
Select Menu > Media > 3-D tones.
To enable three-dimensional (3-D)
sound effects for ringing tones, select 3D ringing tone effects > On. Not all
ringing tones support 3–D effects.
Trajectory speed — Select the speed
at which sound moves from one
direction to another. This setting is not
available for all effects.
Reverberation — Select the desired
effect to adjust the amount of echo.
Doppler effect — Select On to set the
ringing tone sound higher when you are
closer to your device, and lower when
you are farther away. This setting is not
available for all effects.
To listen to the ringing tone with the 3–
D effect, select Options > Play tone.
To adjust the volume of the ringing
tone, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Profiles and Options > Personalise >
Ringing volume.
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To change the 3–D effect that is applied
to the ringing tone, select Sound
trajectory and the desired effect.
Your device contains a variety of media
applications for both business and
leisure time use.
To modify the 3–D effect, select from the
following:
Camera
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
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Capture an image
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
Your device supports an image capture
resolution of 2592x1944 pixels. The
image resolution in this guide may
appear different.
1
2
3
Use the display as a viewfinder.
To zoom in or out before capturing
an image, use the volume keys.
To temporarily activate the toolbar
when it is hidden, scroll left.
The toolbar provides you with shortcuts
to different items and settings before
and after capturing an image or
recording a video clip. Select from the
following:
Switch to image mode.
Switch to video mode.
Select the scene.
Switch to panorama mode.
Switch the video light off (video
mode only)
Switch the video light on (video
mode only)
Select the flash mode (images
only).
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Activate the self-timer (images
only).
Activate sequence mode
(images only).
Select a colour tone.
Adjust the white balance.
The available options vary depending
on the mode and view you are in. The
settings return to the default values
when you close the camera.
To customise the camera toolbar,
switch to image mode, and select
Options > Customise toolbar.
Scenes
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
A scene helps you to find the right colour
and lighting settings for the current
environment. The settings of each scene
have been set according to a certain
style or environment.
To change the scene, select Scene
modes from the toolbar.
To make your own scene, scroll to User
defined, and select Options > Change.
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To copy the settings of another scene,
select Based on scene mode and the
desired scene.
To activate your own scene, select User
defined > Select.
Capture images in a sequence
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
To capture several images in a
sequence, if enough memory is
available, select Sequence mode from
the toolbar and press the scroll key.
The captured images are shown in a grid
on the display. To view an image, scroll
to it and press the scroll key. If you used
a time interval, only the last image is
shown on the display, and the other
images are available in Gallery.
To send the image, select Options >
Send.
To send the image to a caller during an
active call, select Options > Send to
caller.
To deactivate sequence mode, select
Sequence mode > Single shot in the
toolbar.
View captured image
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
The image you captured is
automatically saved in Gallery. If you do
not want to keep the image, select
Delete from the toolbar.
Select from the following toolbar items:
Send — Send the image to a compatible
device.
Sign in to Share online — Send the
image to your compatible online album
(network service).
To use the image as the background
image, select Options > Use image >
Set as wallpaper.
To add the image to a contact, select
Options > Use image > Assign to
contact.
The available toolbar items and options
may vary.
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Record videos
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
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2
3
4
If the camera is in image mode,
select video mode from the toolbar.
To start recording, press the scroll
key.
To pause recording, select Pause.
Select Continue to resume
recording.
To stop recording, select Stop. The
video clip is automatically saved in
Gallery. The maximum length of the
video clip depends on the available
memory.
Play a video clip
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
To play a recorded video clip, select
Play from the toolbar.
Select from the following toolbar items:
Send — Send the video clip to a
compatible device.
Sign in to Share online — Send the
video clip to an online album (network
service).
Delete — Delete the video clip.
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To enter a new name for the video clip,
select Options > Rename video clip.
The available toolbar items and options
may vary.
Image settings
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
To modify still image settings, select
Options > Settings and from the
following:
Image quality — Set the image
quality. The better the image quality,
the more memory the image consumes.
Add to album — Define to which album
the captured images are saved.
Show captured image — To see the
image after the capture, select Yes. To
continue capturing images
immediately, select Off.
Default image name — Define the
default name for the captured images.
Extended digital zoom — The On
(continuous) option allows the zoom
increments to be smooth and
continuous between the digital and
extended digital zoom. The Off option
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allows a limited amount of zoom while
retaining the image resolution.
Capture tone — Set the tone that
sounds when you capture an image.
Memory in use — Select where to store
your images.
Restore camera settings — Restore
the camera settings to the default
values.
Video settings
Select Menu > Media > Camera.
Select Options > Settings and from the
following:
Video quality — Set the quality of the
video clip. Select Sharing, if you want to
send the video clip using a multimedia
message. The clip is recorded with OCIF
resolution, in the 3GPP file format, and
the size is limited to 300 kB
(approximately 20 seconds). You may
not be able to send video clips saved in
the MPEG-4 file format in a multimedia
message.
Audio recording — Select Mute if you
do not want to record sound.
Add to album — Define to which album
the recorded videos are saved.
Show captured video — View the first
frame of the recorded video clip after
the recording stops. To view the entire
video clip, select Play from the toolbar.
Default video name — Define the
default name for recorded video clips.
Memory in use — Select where to store
your video clips.
Restore camera settings — Restore
the camera settings to the default
values.
Gallery
About Gallery
Select Menu > Media > Gallery.
Gallery is a storage place for your
images, video and sound clips, songs,
and streaming links.
Main view
Select Menu > Media > Gallery.
Select from the following:
Images
— View images and video
clips in Photos.
Video clips
— View video clips in
Video centre.
Songs
— Open Music player.
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Sound clips
— Listen to sound clips.
Streaming links
streaming links.
Presentations
presentations.
— View and open
— View
You can browse and open folders and
copy and move items to folders. You can
also create albums and copy and add
items to albums.
Files stored on your compatible memory
card (if inserted) are indicated with
.
This folder contains all the sound clips
you have downloaded from the web.
The sound clips created with the
Recorder application with MMS
optimised or normal quality settings are
also saved in this folder, but the sound
clips created with high quality settings
are stored in the Music player
application.
To listen to a sound file, select the file
from the list.
To rewind or fast-forward, scroll left or
right.
To open a file, select the file from the
list. Video clips and streaming links
open and play in Video centre, and
music and sound clips in Music player.
To download sounds, select Downld.
sounds.
To copy or move files to another
memory location, select a file,
Options > Move and copy, and the
appropriate option.
Streaming links
Select Menu > Media > Gallery and
Streaming links.
Sound clips
Select Menu > Media > Gallery and
Sound clips.
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To open a streaming link, select the link
from the list.
To add a new streaming link, select
Options > New link.
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Presentations
Select Menu > Media > Gallery.
With presentations, you can view
scalable vector graphics (SVG) and flash
files (SWF), such as cartoons and maps.
SVG images maintain their appearance
when printed or viewed with different
screen sizes and resolutions.
To view files, select Presentations. Go
to an image, and select Options >
Play. To pause playing, select
Options > Pause.
To zoom in, press 5. To zoom out, press
0.
To rotate the image 90 degrees
clockwise or anticlockwise, press 1 or
3, respectively. To rotate the image 45
degrees, press 7 or 9.
To switch between full and normal
screen mode, press *.
Photos
Learn how to view, edit, and share
pictures and videos on your device.
About Photos
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images and from the following:
Captured — View all the images and
videos you have captured.
Months — View images and videos
categorised by the month they where
captured.
Albums — View the default albums and
the ones you have created.
Tags — View the tags you have created
for each item.
Downloads — View items and videos
downloaded from the web or received
as a multimedia or e-mail message.
All — View all items.
Share online — Post your images or
videos to the web.
Files stored on your compatible memory
card (if inserted) are indicated with
.
To copy or move files to another
memory location, select a file,
Options > Move and copy, and from
the available options.
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View images and videos
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images and from the following:
All — View all images and video clips.
Captured — View images captured and
video clips recorded with the camera of
your device.
Downloads — View downloaded video
clips.
To browse files in groups, scroll up or
down.
To open a file, select the file. When an
image opens, to zoom in the image, use
the zoom keys. The zooming ratio is not
stored permanently.
To edit an image or a video clip, select
Options > Edit.
To print your images on a compatible
printer, select Options > To printer or
kiosk.
To move images to an album for later
printing, select Options > Add to
album > Print later.
Images and video clips can also be sent
to you from a compatible device. To be
able to view a received image or video
clip in Photos, you must first save it.
The images and video clip files are in a
loop and ordered by date and time. The
number of files is displayed. To browse
the files one by one, scroll left or right.
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View and edit file details
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images. Go to an item.
To view and edit image or video
properties, select Options > Details >
View and edit and from the following:
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Tags — View the currently used tags.
To add more tags to the current file,
select Add.
Description — View a free-form
description of the file. To add a
description, select the field.
Title — View the thumbnail image of
the file and the current file name. To edit
the file name, select the file name field.
Albums — View in which albums the
current file is located.
Resolution — View the size of the
image in pixels.
Duration — View the length of the
video.
Usage rights — To view the DRM rights
of the current file, select View.
Organise images and videos
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images. You can organise files as
follows:
To view items in the Tags view, add tags
to the items.
To view items by months, select
Months.
To create an album to store items, select
Albums > Options > New album.
To add an image or a video clip to an
album, select the item and Options >
Add to album.
To delete an image or video clip, select
the item and Delete from the active
toolbar.
Active toolbar
The active toolbar is available only
when you have selected an image or a
video clip in a view.
In the active toolbar, go to different
items, and select the desired option. The
available options vary depending on the
view you are in and whether you have
selected an image or a video clip.
To hide the toolbar, select Options >
Hide toolbar. To activate the active
toolbar when it is hidden, press the
scroll key.
Select an image or a video clip and from
the following:
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View the image in landscape or
portrait mode.
Play the video clip.
Send the image or video clip.
Upload the image or video clip
to a compatible online album
(only available if you have set
up an account for a compatible
online album).
Add the item to an album.
Manage tags and other
properties of the item.
Albums
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images and Albums.
To remove an image or a video clip from
an album, select the album and the
item, and Options > Remove from
album.
Tags
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images.
Use tags to categorise media items in
Photos. You can create and delete tags
in Tag manager. Tag manager shows
the currently used tags and the number
of items associated with each tag.
With albums, you can conveniently
manage your images and video clips.
To open Tag manager, select an image
or video clip and Options > Details >
Tag manager.
To create a new album, select
Options > New album.
To create a tag, select Options > New
tag.
To add an image or a video clip to an
album, select the item and Options >
Add to album. A list of albums opens.
Select the album to which you want to
add the image or video clip. The item
you added to the album is still visible in
Photos.
To assign a tag to an image, select the
image and Options > Add tags.
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To see the tags you have created, select
Tags. The size of the tag name
corresponds to the number of items the
tag is assigned to. To view all the images
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associated with a tag, select the tag
from the list.
To view the list in most frequently used
order, select Options > Most used.
To remove an image from a tag, select
the tag and the image, and select
Options > Remove from tag.
Slide show
Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images.
To view your images as a slide show,
select an image and Options > Slide
show > Play forwards or Play
backwards. The slide show starts from
the selected file.
To view only the selected images as a
slide show, select Options > Mark/
Unmark > Mark to mark images. To
start the slide show, select Options >
Slide show > Play forwards or Play
backwards.
To resume a paused slide show, select
Continue.
To end the slide show, select End.
To browse the images, scroll left or
right.
Before starting the slide show, to adjust
the slide show settings, select
Options > Slide show > Settings and
from the following:
Music — Add sound to the slide show.
Song — Select a music file from the list.
Delay between slides — Adjust the
tempo of the slide show.
To adjust the volume during the slide
show, use the volume keys.
Edit images
Image editor
To edit the pictures after taking them or
the ones already saved in Photos, select
Options > Edit. The image editor
opens.
To open a grid where you can select
different edit options indicated by small
icons, select Options > Apply effect.
You can crop and rotate the image;
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adjust the brightness, colour, contrast,
and resolution; and add effects, text,
clip art, or a frame to the picture.
Crop image
To crop an image, select Options >
Apply effect > Crop, and a predefined
aspect ratio from the list. To crop the
image size manually, select Manual.
If you select Manual, a cross appears in
the upper left corner of the image. Use
the scroll key to select the area to crop,
and select Set. Another cross appears in
the lower right corner. Again select the
area to be cropped. To adjust the first
selected area, select Back. The selected
areas form a rectangle that forms the
cropped image.
If you select a predefined aspect ratio,
select the upper left corner of the area
to be cropped. To resize the highlighted
area, use the scroll key. To freeze the
selected area, press the scroll key. To
move the area within the picture, use
the scroll key. To select the area to be
cropped, press the scroll key.
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Reduce red-eye
1 Select Menu > Media > Gallery >
Images.
2 Select an image and Options >
(Red eye reduction).
Edit >
3 Scroll the cross onto the eye, and
press the scroll key. Scroll to resize
the loop to fit the size of the eye. To
reduce the redness, press the scroll
key. When you have finished editing
the image, select Done.
4 To save the changes and return to
the previous view, select Back.
Useful shortcuts
You can use the following shortcuts
when editing images:
•
•
•
•
To view a full-screen image, press
*. To return to the normal view,
press * again.
To rotate an image clockwise or
anticlockwise, press 3 or 1.
To zoom in or out, press 5 or 0.
To move on a zoomed image, scroll
up, down, left, or right.
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Edit videos
The video editor supports .3gp and .mp4
video file formats, and .aac, .amr, .mp3,
and .wav audio file formats. It does not
necessarily support all features of a file
format or all the variations of file
formats.
To edit video clips in Photos, scroll to a
video clip, select Options > Edit, and
from the following:
Merge — to add an image or a video
clip to the beginning or the end of the
selected video clip
Change sound — to add a new sound
clip, and to replace the original sound in
the video clip.
Add text — to add text to the
beginning or the end of the video clip
Cut — to trim the video and mark the
sections you want to keep in the video
clip
To take a snapshot of a video clip, in the
cut video view, select Options > Take
snapshot. In the thumbnail preview
view, press the scroll key, and select
Take snapshot.
Print images
Image print
To print images with Image print, select
the image you want to print, and the
print option in Photos, camera, image
editor, or image viewer.
Use Image print to print your images
using a compatible USB data cable, or
Bluetooth connectivity. You can also
print images using wireless LAN. If a
compatible memory card is inserted,
you can store the images to the memory
card, and print them using a compatible
printer.
You can only print images that are
in .jpeg format. The pictures taken with
the camera are automatically saved
in .jpeg format.
Printer selection
To print images with Image print, select
the image and the print option.
When you use Image print for the first
time, a list of available compatible
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printers is displayed. Select a printer.
The printer is set as the default printer.
To use a printer compatible with
PictBridge, connect the compatible data
cable before you select the print option,
and check that the data cable mode is
set to Image print or Ask on
connection. The printer is
automatically displayed when you
select the print option.
If the default printer is not available, a
list of available printers is displayed.
To change the default printer, select
Options > Settings > Default
printer.
Print preview
After you select the printer, the selected
images are displayed using predefined
layouts.
To change the layout, scroll left or right
to browse through the available layouts
for the selected printer. If the images do
not fit on a single page, scroll up or
down to display the additional pages.
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Print settings
The available options vary depending
on the capabilities of the printing device
you selected.
To set a default printer, select
Options > Default printer.
To select the paper size, select Paper
size, the size of paper from the list, and
OK. Select Cancel to return to the
previous view.
Print online
With Print online, you can order prints
of images online directly to your home
or to a store where you can pick them
up. You can also order different
products with the selected image, such
as mugs or mouse pads. The available
products depend on the service
provider.
For more information on the
application, see the guides available at
the Nokia product support pages or your
local Nokia website.
Create a post
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
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To post media files to a service, go to a
service, and select Options > New
upload. If the online sharing service
provides channels for posting files,
select the desired channel.
To add an image, video clip, or sound
clip to the post, select Options >
Insert.
Enter a title or description for the post,
if available.
To add tags to the post, select Tags:.
download podcasts over the air; and
play, manage, and share podcasts with
your device.
Define the connection and downloading
settings before using the application.
Select Options > Settings >
Connection and Download.
To search for new podcast episodes to
subscribe to, select Directories.
To search for podcasts using keywords
and podcast show titles, select Search.
To send the post to the service, select
Options > Upload.
To display the available episodes from
the selected podcast, open the
Podcasts folder and select Open.
Nokia Podcasting
Select Menu > Media > Podcasting.
To download the selected episode,
select Download.
Download podcasts to your device, and
play them.
To play the downloaded episode, select
Play.
Play and manage podcasts
Podcasting delivers audio or video
content over the internet for playback
on mobile devices and PCs.
To update the selected podcast or
marked podcasts, for a new episode,
select Options > Update.
With the Nokia Podcasting application,
you can search, discover, subscribe, and
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To open the web site of the podcast
(network service), select Options >
Open web page.
Some podcasts provide the opportunity
to interact with the creators by
commenting and voting. To connect to
the internet to do this, select
Options > View comments.
Directories
Select Directories.
Directories help you find new podcast
episodes to which to subscribe.
Contents of the directories change.
Select the desired directory folder to
update it (network service). The colour
of the folder changes, when the update
is complete.
To subscribe to a podcast, scroll to the
podcast title and select Update. After
you have subscribed to episodes of a
podcast, you can download, manage,
and play them in the podcasts menu.
To add a new directory or folder, select
Options > New > Web directory or
Folder.
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Select a title, URL of the .opml (outline
processor markup language) file, and
Done.
To import an .opml file stored on your
device, select Options > Import OPML
file.
To save a received .opml file, open the
file to save the file into the Received
folder in Directories. Open the folder to
subscribe to any of the links to add to
your podcasts.
Search podcasts
Search helps you find podcasts by
keyword or title.
The search engine uses the podcast
search service you set up in
Podcasting > Options > Settings >
Connection > Search service URL.
To search for podcasts, select Search,
and enter the desired keywords.
Tip: Search looks for podcast titles and
keywords in descriptions, not specific
episodes. General topics, such as
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football or hip-hop, usually give better
results than a specific team or artist.
To subscribe to selected channels and
add them to your podcasts, select
Subscribe.
To start a new search, select Options >
New search.
To see the details of a podcast, select
Options > Description.
Podcasting settings
To edit the connection settings, select
Options > Settings > Connection.
To edit the download settings, select
Options > Settings > Download.
To restore the default settings, open the
corresponding settings and select
Options > Restore default.
Music player
Select Menu > Media > Music player.
Music player supports file formats such
as AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, and WMA.
Music player does not necessarily
support all features of a file format or all
the variations of file formats.
Play a song
Select Menu > Media > Music player.
To add all available songs to the music
library, select Options > Refresh
library.
To play a song, select the desired
category, and the song.
To pause playback, press the scroll key;
to resume, press the scroll key again. To
stop playback, scroll down.
To fast-forward or rewind, press and
hold the scroll key to the right or left.
To skip to the next item, scroll right. To
return to the beginning of the item,
scroll left. To skip to the previous item,
scroll left again within 2 seconds after a
song has started.
To modify the tone of the music
playback, select Options > Equaliser.
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To modify the balance and stereo
image, or to enhance the bass, select
Options > Settings.
To return to the home screen and leave
the player playing in the background,
press the end key briefly.
Warning:
Continuous exposure to high volume
may damage your hearing. Listen to
music at a moderate level, and do not
hold the device near your ear when the
loudspeaker is in use.
Playlists
To view and manage playlists, select
Music library > Playlists.
To create a new playlist, select
Options > New playlist.
To add songs to the playlist, select the
song and Options > Add to playlist >
Saved playlist or New playlist.
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To reorder songs in a playlist, scroll to
the song you want to move, and select
Options > Reorder playlist.
Ovi Music
With Ovi Music (network service), you
can search, browse, purchase, and
download music to your device.
The Ovi Music service will eventually
replace the Music store.
Select Menu > Media > Ovi Music.
To download music, you first need to
register for the service.
Downloading music may involve
additional costs and the transmission of
large amounts of data (network
service). For information about data
transmission charges, contact your
network service provider.
To access Ovi Music, you must have a
valid internet access point in the device.
You may be asked to select the access
point to use when connecting to Ovi
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Select the access point
Select Default access point.
The availability and appearance of Ovi
Music settings may vary. The settings
may also be predefined and you may not
be able to modify them. When browsing
Ovi Music, you may be able to modify the
settings.
Modify Ovi Music settings
Select Options > Settings.
Ovi Music is not available for all
countries or regions.
Transfer music from a computer
You can use the following methods to
transfer music:
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•
To install Nokia Ovi Player to
manage and organise your music
files, download the PC software
from www.ovi.com, and follow the
instructions.
To view your device on a computer
as a mass memory device where
you can transfer any data files,
make the connection with a
compatible USB data cable or
•
Bluetooth connectivity. If you are
using a USB data cable, select Mass
storage as the USB connection
mode. A compatible memory card
must be inserted in the device.
To synchronise music with
Windows Media Player, connect a
compatible USB data cable, and
select PC Suite as the USB
connection mode. A compatible
memory card must be inserted in
the device.
To change the default USB connection
mode, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > USB and USB
connection mode.
Preset frequency settings
Select Menu > Media > Music player
and Options > Go to Now playing >
Options > Equaliser.
To use a preset frequency setting when
playing music, select the frequency
setting you want to use and Options >
Activate.
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To modify the frequency of a preset
setting, select Options > Edit and a
frequency band, and scroll up or down
to adjust its value. You hear your
frequency adjustment immediately in
the playback.
To reset the frequency bands to their
original values, select Options > Reset
to defaults.
To create your own frequency setting,
select Options > New preset.
Enter a name for the frequency setting.
Scroll up or down to move between the
frequency bands, and set the frequency
for each band.
RealPlayer
Select Menu > Media > RealPlayer.
RealPlayer plays video and sound clips
that are stored on your device,
transferred from an e-mail message, or
a compatible computer, or streamed to
your device over the web. Supported file
formats include MPEG-4, MP4 (not
streaming), 3GP, RV, RA, AMR, and Midi.
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RealPlayer does not necessarily support
all variations of a media file format.
Play video clips and stream links
To play a video clip, select Video clips
and a clip.
To list recently played files, in the
application main view, select Recently
played.
To stream content over the air (network
service), select Streaming links and a
link. RealPlayer recognises two kinds of
links: an rtsp:// URL and an http:// URL
that points to a RAM file. Before the
content begins streaming, your device
must connect to a website and buffer
the content. If a network connection
problem causes a playback error,
RealPlayer attempts automatically to
reconnect to the internet access point.
To download video clips from the web,
select Downld. videos.
To adjust the volume during playback,
use the volume keys.
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To fast-forward during playback, scroll
right and hold. To rewind during play,
scroll left and hold.
To stop the playback or streaming,
select Stop. Buffering or the connection
to the streaming site stops, the playback
of the clip stops, and the clip rewinds to
the beginning.
To view the video clip in normal screen
mode, select Options > Continue in
normal scr..
To define the settings manually, select
Options > Settings > Video or
Streaming.
Recorder
Select Menu > Media > Recorder.
With the Recorder application, you can
record voice memos and telephone
conversations.
The recorder cannot be used when a
data call or GPRS connection is active.
.
View information about a media clip
To record a sound clip, select
To view the properties of a video or
sound clip, or web link, select
Options > Clip details. Information
may include for example the bit rate or
the internet link of a streaming file.
To stop recording a sound clip, select
.
RealPlayer settings
Select Menu > Media > RealPlayer.
You may receive RealPlayer settings in a
message from your service provider.
To listen to the sound clip, select
.
To select the recording quality or where
you want to save your sound clips, select
Options > Settings.
Recorded sound clips are saved in the
Sound clips folder in Gallery.
To record a telephone conversation,
open recorder during a voice call, and
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select . Both parties hear a tone at
regular intervals during recording.
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Nokia Internet Radio
Select Menu > Media > Radio >
Internet radio.
With the Nokia Internet Radio
application (network service), you can
listen to available radio stations on the
internet. To listen to radio stations, you
must have a wireless LAN (WLAN) or
packet data access point defined in your
device. Listening to the stations may
involve the transmission of large
amounts of data through your service
provider's network. The recommended
connection method is WLAN. Check with
your service provider for terms and data
service fees before using other
connections. For example, a flat rate
data plan can allow large data transfers
for a set monthly fee.
Listen to internet radio stations
Select Menu > Media > Radio >
Internet radio.
To listen to a radio station on the
internet, do the following:
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Select a station from your favourites
or the station directory, or search
for stations by name from the Nokia
Internet Radio service.
To add a station manually, select
Options > Add station manually.
You can also browse for station links
with the Web browser application.
Compatible links are automatically
opened in the Internet Radio
application.
Select Options > Listen.
The Now playing view opens,
displaying information about the
currently playing station and song.
To pause the playback, press the scroll
key; to resume, press the scroll key
again.
To view station information, select
Options > Station information (not
available if you have saved the station
manually).
If you are listening to a station saved in
your favourites, scroll left or right to
listen to the previous or next saved
station.
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Favourite stations
Select Menu > Media > Radio >
Internet radio.
Search for stations
Select Menu > Media > Radio >
Internet radio.
To view and listen to your favourite
stations, select Favourites.
To search for radio stations in the Nokia
Internet Radio service by name, do the
following:
To add a station manually to favourites,
select Options > Add station
manually. Enter the web address of the
station and a name that you want to
appear in the favourites list.
To add the currently playing station to
favourites, select Options > Add to
Favourites.
To view station information, to move a
station up or down in the list, or to
delete a station from favourites, select
Options > Station and the desired
option.
To view only stations beginning with
particular letters or numbers, start
entering the characters. Matching
stations are displayed.
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2
Select Search.
Enter a station name or the first
letters of the name in the search
field, and select Search.
Matching stations are displayed.
To listen to a station, select the station
and Listen.
To save a station to your favourites,
select the station and Options > Add to
Favourites.
To make another search, select
Options > Search again.
Station directory
Select Menu > Media > Radio >
Internet radio and Station directory.
The station directory is maintained by
Nokia. If you want to listen to internet
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radio stations outside the directory, add
station information manually or browse
for station links on the internet with the
Web browser application.
Select from the following:
Browse by genre — View the available
radio station genres.
Browse by language — View the
languages in which there are stations
broadcasting.
Browse by country/region — View
the countries in which there are stations
broadcasting.
Top stations — View the most popular
stations in the directory.
To change the connection speeds for
different connection types, select from
the following:
GPRS connection bitrate — GPRS
packet data connections
3G connection bitrate — 3G packet
data connections
Wi-Fi connection bitrate — WLAN
connections
The quality of the radio broadcast
depends on the selected connection
speed. The higher the speed, the better
the quality. To avoid buffering, use the
highest quality only with high speed
connections.
Internet radio settings
Select Menu > Media > Radio >
Internet radio and Options >
Settings.
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To select the default access point to
connect to the network, select Default
access point and from the available
options. If you want the device to ask
you to select the access point every time
you open the application, select Always
ask.
Important: Your device can only
support one antivirus application.
Having more than one application with
antivirus functionality could affect
performance and operation or cause the
device to stop functioning.
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Manage the data and software on your
device, and take care of the security of
the device and its contents.
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Lock the device
The lock code protects your device
against unauthorised use. The preset
code is 12345.
To lock the device, in the home screen,
press the power key, and select Lock
phone.
To unlock your device, select Unlock >
OK, enter the lock code, and select OK.
To change the lock code, select Menu >
Ctrl. panel > Settings and General >
Security > Phone and SIM card. Enter
the old code and then the new code
twice. A minimum of 6 characters is
required, and numbers, symbols, and
upper and lower case letters can be
used.
Keep the lock code secret and in a safe
place separate from your device. If you
forget the lock code and your device is
locked, your device will require service.
Additional charges may apply, and all
the personal data in your device may be
deleted. For more information, contact
a Nokia Care point or your device dealer.
You can also lock the device remotely by
sending a text message to the device.
Lock your device remotely
1 To enable remote locking, select
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings and
General > Security > Phone and
SIM card > Remote phone
locking > Enabled.
2 Enter the text message content. It
can be 5-20 characters, and both
upper and lower case letters can be
used.
3 Enter the same text again to verify
it.
4 Enter the lock code.
5 To lock the device remotely, write
the predefined text, and send it to
your device as a text message. To
unlock your device, you need the
lock code.
Memory card security
Select Menu > Office > File mgr..
To set a password, select Options >
Memory card password > Set. The
password can be up to 8 characters long
and is case-sensitive. The password is
stored in your device. You do not need
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to enter it again while you use the
memory card on the same device. If you
use the memory card on another device,
you are asked for the password. Not all
memory cards support password
protection.
Encrypt your device or memory card to
prevent outsiders from accessing your
important information.
To remove the memory card password,
select Options > Memory card
password > Remove. When you
remove the password, the data on the
memory card is not protected against
unauthorised use.
To encrypt the device memory, select
Phone memory.
To open a locked memory card, select
Options > Unlock memory card. Enter
the password.
If you cannot recall the password to
unlock a locked memory card, you may
reformat the card, in which case the
card is unlocked and password
removed. Formatting a memory card
deletes all data stored on the card.
Encryption
Select Menu > Applications >
Data mgr. > Encryption.
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Encrypt device memory or memory
card
To encrypt the memory card, select
Memory card and from the following:
Encrypt without saving key — Encrypt
the memory card without saving the
encryption key. If you select this option,
you cannot use the memory card in
other devices, and if you restore factory
settings, you cannot decrypt the
memory card.
Encrypt and save key — Encrypt the
memory card and save the key manually
in the default folder. For security, store
the key to a safe place outside the
device. For example, you can send the
key to your computer. Enter a pass
phrase for the key and a name for the
key file. The pass phrase should be long
and complex.
Encrypt with restored key — Encrypt
the memory card with a key you have
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received. Select the key file, and enter
the pass phrase.
more information, contact your service
provider.
Decrypt device memory or memory
card
Always remember to decrypt the device
memory and/or the memory card
before updating the device software.
When security features that restrict calls
are in use (such as call barring, closed
user group, and fixed dialling), calls may
be possible to the official emergency
number programmed into your device.
Call barring and call diverting cannot be
active at the same time.
To decrypt the device memory, select
Phone memory.
To decrypt the memory card without
destroying the encryption key, select
Memory card > Decrypt.
To decrypt the memory card and destroy
the encryption key, select Memory
card > Decrypt and turn off
encryption.
Fixed dialling
Select Menu > Contacts and
Options > SIM numbers > Fixed dial
contacts.
With the fixed dialling service, you can
restrict calls from your device to certain
phone numbers. Not all SIM cards
support the fixed dialling service. For
You need your PIN2 code to activate and
deactivate fixed dialling or edit your
fixed dialling contacts. Contact your
service provider for your PIN2 code.
Select Options and from the following:
Activate fixed dialling — Activate the
fixed dialing.
Deactivate fixed dialling
— Deactivate the fixed dialing.
New SIM contact — Enter the contact
name and phone number to which calls
are allowed.
Add from Contacts — Copy a contact
from the list of contacts to the fixed
dialling list.
To send text messages to the SIM
contacts while the fixed dialling service
is active, you need to add the text
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message centre number to the fixed
dialling list.
download and install software to your
device.
Certificate manager
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Security > Certificate
management.
Tip: When you add a new certificate,
check its authenticity.
Digital certificates are used to verify the
origins of software but do not
guarantee safety. There are four
different types of certificates: authority
certificates, personal certificates,
trusted site certificates, and device
certificates. During a secure connection,
a server may send a server certificate to
your device. Upon receipt, it is checked
through an authority certificate stored
in your device. You receive notification
if the identity of the server is not
authentic or if you do not have the
correct certificate in your device.
You can download a certificate from a
web site, or receive a certificate as a
message. Certificates should be used
when you connect to an online bank or
a remote server to transfer confidential
information. They should also be used if
you want to reduce the risk of viruses or
other malicious software, and to check
the authenticity of software when you
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View certificate details
You can only be sure of the correct
identity of a server when the signature
and the validity period of a server
certificate have been checked.
To view certificate details, open a
certificate folder, and select a certificate
and Options > Certificate details.
One of the following notes may appear:
Certificate not trusted — You have not
set any application to use the certificate.
You may want to change the trust
settings.
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.
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Certificate trust settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Security > Certificate
management.
Trusting a certificate means that you
authorise it to verify web pages, e-mail
servers, software packages, and other
data. Only trusted certificates can be
used to verify services and software.
Important: Even if the use of
certificates makes the risks involved in
remote connections and software
installation considerably smaller, they
must be used correctly in order to
benefit from increased security. The
existence of a certificate does not offer
any protection by itself; the certificate
manager must contain correct,
authentic, or trusted certificates for
increased security to be available.
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 device
are correct.
Before changing any certificate settings,
you must make sure that you really trust
the owner of the certificate and that the
certificate really belongs to the listed
owner.
To change the trust settings, select a
certificate and Options > Trust
settings. Scroll to an application field,
and press the scroll key to select Yes or
No. You cannot change the trust
settings of a personal certificate.
Depending on the certificate, a list of
applications that can use the certificate
is displayed:
Symbian installation — New Symbian
operating system application.
Internet — E-mail and graphics.
App. installation — New Java
application.
Online certif. check — Online
certificate status protocol.
View and edit security modules
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Security > Security
module.
To view or edit a security module, select
the module from the list.
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To view detailed information about a
security module, select Options >
Security details.
To edit the PIN codes for the security
module, open the module, and select
Module PIN to edit the PIN code for the
security module or Signing PIN to edit
the PIN code for digital signatures. You
may not be able to change these codes
for all security modules.
The key store contains the contents of
the security module. To delete the key
store, select Options > Delete. You
may not be able to delete the key store
of all security modules.
Remote configuration
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Data
mgr. > Device mgr..
With Device manager, you can manage
settings, data, and software on your
device remotely.
You can connect to a server, and receive
configuration settings for your device.
You may receive server profiles and
different configuration settings from
your service providers or company
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Configuration settings may include
connection and other settings used by
different applications in your device.
The available options may vary.
The remote configuration connection is
usually started by the server when the
device settings need to be updated.
To create a new server profile, select
Options > Server profiles >
Options > New server profile.
You may receive these settings from
your service provider in a configuration
message. If not, define the following:
Server name — Enter a name for the
configuration server.
Server ID — Enter the unique ID to
identify the configuration server.
Server password — Enter a password
to identify your device to the server.
Access point — Select the access point
to use for the connection, or create a
new access point. You can also choose
to be asked for the access point every
time you start a connection. This setting
is available only if you have selected
Internet as the bearer type.
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Host address — Enter the web address
of the configuration server.
Port — Enter the port number of the
server.
User name and Password — Enter your
user ID and password for the
configuration server.
Allow configuration — Select Yes to
allow the server to initiate a
configuration session.
Auto-accept all requests — Select
Yes if you do not want the server to ask
for your confirmation when it initiates
a configuration session.
Network authentication — Select
whether to use http authentication.
Network user name and Network
password — Enter your user ID and
password for the http authentication.
This setting is available only if you have
selected Network authentication to
be used.
To connect to the server and receive
configuration settings for your device,
select Options > Start configuration.
To view the configuration log of the
selected profile, select Options > View
log.
To update the device software over the
air, select Options > Check for
updates. The update does not erase
your settings. When you receive the
update package on your device, follow
the instructions on the display. Your
device is restarted once the installation
is complete.
Downloading software updates may
involve the transmission of large
amounts of data (network service).
Make sure that the device battery has
enough power, or connect the charger
before starting the update.
Warning:
If you install a software update, you
cannot use the device, even to make
emergency calls, until the installation is
completed and the device is restarted.
Be sure to back up data before accepting
installation of an update.
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Application manager
With Application manager, you can see
the software packages installed in your
device. You can view details of installed
applications, remove applications, and
define installation settings.
You can install two types of applications
and software to your device:
•
•
JME applications based on Java
technology with the .jad or .jar file
extensions
Other applications and software
suitable for the Symbian operating
system with the .sis or .sisx file
extensions
Only install software that is compatible
with your device.
Install applications and software
You can transfer installation files to your
device from a compatible computer,
download them during browsing, or
receive them in a multimedia message,
as an e-mail attachment, or using other
connectivity methods, such as
Bluetooth connectivity. You can use
Nokia Application Installer in Nokia Ovi
Suite to install an application to your
device.
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Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Data
mgr. > App. mgr..
The installation files are in the
Installation files folder, and installed
applications in the Installed apps.
folder.
Icons indicate the following:
.sis or .sisx application
Java application
Application not fully installed
Application installed on the
memory card
Important: Only install and use
applications and other software from
trusted sources, such as applications
that are Symbian Signed or have passed
the Java Verified™ testing.
Before installation, note the following:
•
To view the application type,
version number, and the supplier or
manufacturer of the application,
select Options > View details.
To display the security certificate
details of the application, select
Details: > Certificates: > View
details.
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•
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
backup copy of the removed
software package. To restore the
original application, remove the
application, and install the
application again from the original
installation file or the backup copy.
The JAR file is required for installing
Java applications. If it is missing, the
device may ask you to download it.
If there is no access point defined
for the application, you are 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.
To install an application or software, do
the following:
1
To locate an installation file, select
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Data mgr. >
App. mgr. and Installation files.
Alternatively, search installation
files using File manager, or select
2
Messaging > Inbox, and open a
message that contains an
installation file.
In Application manager, select the
application you want to install.
During installation, the device
shows information about the
progress of the installation. If you
install an application without a
digital signature or certification,
the device displays a warning.
Continue installation only if you are
sure of the origin and contents of
the application.
To start an installed application, select
the application. If the application does
not have a default folder defined, it is
installed in the Installations folder in
the main menu.
To see which software packages are
installed or removed and when, select
Options > View log.
Important: Your device can only
support one antivirus application.
Having more than one application with
antivirus functionality could affect
performance and operation or cause the
device to stop functioning.
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After you install applications to a
compatible memory card, installation
files (.sis, .sisx) remain in the device
memory. The files may use large
amounts of memory and prevent you
from storing other files. To maintain
sufficient memory, use Nokia Ovi Suite
to back up installation files to a
compatible PC, then use the file
manager to remove the installation files
from the device memory. If the .sis file
is a message attachment, delete the
message from the Messaging inbox.
Remove applications and software
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Data
mgr. > App. mgr..
Scroll to a software package, and select
Options > Uninstall. Select Yes to
confirm.
If you remove software, you can only
reinstall it if you have the original
software package or a full backup 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
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removed, the other software package
may stop working. For more
information, see the documentation of
the installed software package.
Application manager settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Data
mgr. > App. mgr..
Select Options > Settings and from the
following:
Software installation — Select
whether Symbian software that has no
verified digital signature can be
installed.
Online certificate check — Check the
online certificates before installing an
application.
Default web address — Set the default
address used when checking online
certificates.
Some Java applications may require that
a message be sent or a network
connection be made to a specific access
point to download extra data or
components.
Licenses
Digital rights management
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Content owners may use different types
of digital rights management (DRM)
technologies to protect their
intellectual property, including
copyrights. This device uses various
types of DRM software to access DRMprotected content. With this device you
can access content protected with
WMDRM 10 and OMA DRM 2.0. If certain
DRM software fails to protect the
content, content owners may ask that
such DRM software's ability to access
new DRM-protected content be revoked.
Revocation may also prevent renewal of
such DRM-protected content already in
your device. Revocation of such DRM
software does not affect the use of
content protected with other types of
DRM or the use of non-DRM-protected
content.
About Licenses
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Data
mgr. > Licences.
Some media files, such as images,
music, or video clips, are protected by
digital usage rights. The licenses for
such files may allow or restrict their
usage. For example, with some licenses
you may listen to a song only a limited
number of times. During one playback
session you may rewind, fast-forward,
or pause the song, but once you stop it,
you have used one of the instances
allowed.
Use licences
Digital rights management (DRM)
protected content comes with an
associated licence that defines your
rights to use the content.
If your device has OMA DRM-protected
content, to back up both the licence and
the content, use the backup feature of
Nokia Ovi Suite.
Other transfer methods may not
transfer the licence which need to be
restored with the content for you to be
able to continue the use of OMA DRMprotected content after the device
memory is formatted. You may also
need to restore the licence in case the
files on your device get corrupted.
If your device has WMDRM-protected
content, both the licence and the
content will be lost if the device memory
is formatted. You may also lose the
licence and the content if the files on
your device get corrupted. Losing the
licence or the content may limit your
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ability to use the same content on your
device again. For more information,
contact your service provider.
Some licence may be connected to a
specific SIM card, and the protected
content can be accessed only if the SIM
card is inserted in the device.
To view your licences by type, select
Valid licences, Invalid licences, or Not
in use.
To view the licence details, select
Options > Licence details.
The following details are displayed for
each media file:
Status — The status is Licence is
valid, Licence expired, or Licence not
yet valid.
Content sending — Allowed indicates
that you can send the file to another
device.
Content in phone — Yes indicates that
the file is in the device and the path of
the file is displayed. No indicates that
the related file is not currently in the
device.
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To activate a licence, in the licences
main view, select Invalid licences >
Options > Get licence. Establish a
network connection at the prompt, and
you are directed to a website where you
can purchase rights to the media.
To remove file rights, go to the desired
file, and select Options > Delete. If
there are several rights related to the
same media file, all the rights are
deleted.
The group licence view displays all of
the files related to a group right. If you
have downloaded multiple media files
with the same rights, they are all
displayed in this view. You can open the
group view from either the valid
licences or invalid licences tabs. To
access these files, open the group rights
folder.
Sync
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Sync.
Sync enables you to synchronise your
notes, calendar entries, text and
multimedia messages, browser
bookmarks, or contacts with various
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compatible applications on a
compatible computer or on the internet.
You may receive synchronisation
settings in a special message from your
service provider.
A synchronisation profile contains the
necessary settings for synchronisation.
When you open the Sync application,
the default or previously used sync
profile is displayed. To modify the
profile, scroll to a sync item, and select
Mark to include it in the profile or
Unmark to leave it out.
To manage sync profiles, select
Options and the desired option.
To synchronise data, select Options >
Synchronise.
To cancel synchronisation before it
finishes, select Cancel.
Mobile VPN
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > VPN.
The Nokia mobile virtual private
network (VPN) client creates a secure
connection to compatible corporate
intranet and services, such as e-mail.
Your device connects from a mobile
network, through the internet, to a
corporate VPN gateway that acts as a
front door to the compatible corporate
network. The VPN client uses IP Security
(IPSec) technology. IPSec is a framework
of open standards for supporting the
secure exchange of data over IP
networks.
VPN policies define the method used by
the VPN client and a VPN gateway to
authenticate each other, and the
encryption algorithms that they use to
help protect the confidentiality of data.
For a VPN policy, contact your company's
IT department.
To install and configure the VPN client,
certificates, and policies, contact the IT
administrator of your organisation.
Manage VPN
Select from the following:
VPN policies — Install, view, and
update VPN policies.
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VPN policy servers — Edit the
connection settings of VPN policy
servers from which you can install and
update VPN policies. A policy server
refers to a Nokia Security Service
Manager (NSSM), which is not
necessarily required.
VPN log — View the log for your VPN
policy installations, updates and
synchronisations, and other VPN
connections.
Edit VPN access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations.
An access point is where your phone
connects to the network. To use e-mail
and multimedia services, or to browse
web pages, you must first define
internet access points for these services.
Virtual private network (VPN) access
points pair VPN policies with regular
internet access points to create secure
connections.
Your service provider may preset some
or all access points for your device, and
you may not be able to create, edit, or
remove them.
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Select a destination and Options >
Edit, and define the following:
Connection name — Enter a name for
the VPN access point.
VPN policy — Select the VPN policy to
combine with the internet access point.
Internet access point — Select the
internet access point with which to
combine the VPN policy to create secure
connections for data transfer.
Proxy server address — Enter the
proxy server address of the private
network.
Proxy port number — Enter the proxy
port number.
Use access point — Select whether
connections using this access point are
established automatically.
The settings available for editing may
vary.
For the correct settings, contact your
company's IT department.
Use a VPN connection in an
application
You may have to prove your identity
when you log on to the enterprise
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network. Contact your company's IT
department for the credentials.
To use a VPN connection in an
application, the application must be
associated with a VPN access point.
Tip: You can configure the application's
connection setting to Always ask, in
which case you select the VPN access
point from a list of connections when a
connection is established.
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2
In the application in which you
want to create a VPN connection,
select a VPN access point as the
access point.
If you are using legacy
authentication, enter your VPN user
name and passcode or password. If
the SecurID token has become out
of synchronisation with the clock of
the ACE/Server, enter the next
passcode. If you are using
certificate-based authentication,
you may have to enter the key store
password.
Settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings.
You can define and modify various
settings of your device. Modifying these
settings affects the operation of your
device across several applications.
Some settings may be preset for the
device or sent to you in a special
message by your service provider. You
may not be able to change such settings.
Select the setting you want to edit to do
the following:
•
•
•
•
Switch between two values, such as
on or off.
Select a value from a list.
Open a text editor to enter a value.
Open a slider, and scroll left or right
to adjust a value.
General settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General.
Select from the following:
Personalisation — Modify the display
settings, and personalise the device.
Date and time — Change the date and
time.
Enhancement — Modify the settings
for your accessories.
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Security — Modify the security
settings.
Factory settings — Restore the
original settings of the device.
Positioning — Define the positioning
method and server for GPS-based
applications.
The available options may vary.
Personalisation settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Personalisation.
Display settings
To define the level of light that the
device needs before switching on the
backlight, select Display > Light
sensor.
To change the text size, select
Display > Font size.
To adjust the length of time the display
can be left idle before the screen saver
is activated, select Display > Power
saver time-out.
To select a welcome note or logo for the
display, select Display > Welcome
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note / logo. You can either choose the
default welcome note, enter your own
text, or select an image.
To set how quickly the display dims after
the last keypress, select Display >
Light time-out.
Tone settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings.
Select General > Personalisation >
Tones and from the following:
Ringing tone — Select a ringing tone
from the list, or select Download
sounds to open a bookmark folder
containing a list of bookmarks for
downloading tones using the browser.
Video call tone — Select a ringing tone
for video calls.
Say caller's name — If you select this
setting, and someone from your
contacts list calls you, the device sounds
a ringing tone that is a combination of
the spoken name of the contact and the
selected ringing tone.
Ringing type — Select how you want
the ringing tone to alert you.
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Ringing volume — Set the volume
level of the ringing tone.
Message alert tone — Select a tone for
received text messages.
E-mail alert tone — Select a tone for
received e-mail messages.
Calendar alarm tone — Select a tone
for calendar alerts.
Clock alarm tone — Select a tone for
clock alarms.
Vibrating alert — Set the device to
vibrate when you receive a call or
message.
Keypad tones — Set the volume level
of the keypad tones.
Warning tones — Activate the
warning tones.
T-coil hearing aid mode — Activate Tcoil hearing aid mode.
Language settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Personalisation >
Language.
Phone language — Set the device
language.
Writing language — Select the
language used for writing notes and
messages.
Predictive text — Activate predictive
text input.
Input options — Define the settings
for predictive text input.
Messaging key settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Personalisation >
Messaging key.
To select which application or task is
opened when you press the messaging
key, select Messaging key.
To restore the preset application or task,
select Restore defaults.
Date and time settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Date and time.
Select from the following:
Date and Time — Set the current date
and time.
Time zone — Define your time zone.
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Date format and Date
separator — Define the date format
and separator.
Time format and Time
separator — Select whether to use the
12-hour or 24-hour clock system and
with which symbol to separate hours
and minutes.
Clock type — Define the clock type.
Clock alarm tone — Select the tone for
the alarm clock.
Alarm snooze time — Define the
snooze time for the alarm clock.
Workdays — Define the days of the
week that are work days for you.
Automatic time update — Update the
time, date, and time zone information
automatically (network service).
Accessory settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Enhancement.
To define which profile is activated
when you attach an accessory to your
device, select the accessory and Default
profile.
To set the device to answer phone calls
automatically after 5 seconds when an
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accessory is attached, select the
accessory and Automatic answer >
On. If the ringing type is set to Beep
once or Silent in the selected profile,
automatic answering is disabled.
To illuminate the device while it is
attached to an accessory, select
Lights > On. This option is only
available for certain accessories.
Security settings
Security settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Security.
Select from the following:
Phone and SIM card — Modify the
security settings for your device and SIM
card.
Certificate management — Manage
your security certificates.
Protected content — Modify your
settings for DRM-protected content.
Security module — Manage your
security module.
Avoid using codes that are similar to
emergency numbers to prevent
accidental dialling of the emergency
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number. Codes are shown as asterisks.
When you change a code, enter the
current code, then the new code twice.
Device and SIM card security
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Settings > General > Security.
To change the PIN code, select Phone
and SIM card > PIN code. The new
code must be 4 to 8 digits long. The PIN
code protects your SIM card against
unauthorised use and is provided with
the SIM card. After three consecutive
incorrect PIN code entries, the code is
blocked, and you need to use the PUK
code to unblock it before you can use
the SIM card again.
To set the keypad to lock automatically
after a defined period, select Phone
and SIM card > Keypad autolock
period.
To set a time-out period after which the
device is automatically locked and can
be used only if the correct lock code is
entered, select Phone and SIM card >
Phone autolock period. Enter the
length of the time-out period in
minutes, or select None to deactiveate
the autolock feature. When the device is
locked, you can still answer incoming
calls, and calls may still be possible to
the official emergency number
programmed into your device.
To change the lock code, select Phone
and SIM card > Lock code. The default
lock code is 12345. Enter the current
code and then the new code twice. The
new code must be 4-255 characters
long. Alphanumeric (uppercase and
lowercase) characters can be used. The
device notifies you if the lock code is not
properly formatted.
Restore original settings
To restore the original device settings,
select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Factory settings. To do
this, you need your device lock code.
After resetting, the device may take a
longer time to switch on. Documents,
contact information, calendar entries,
and files are unaffected.
Positioning settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and General > Positioning.
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To use a specific positioning method to
detect the location of your device, select
Positioning methods.
Call settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Phone > Call.
To select a positioning server, select
Positioning server.
Select from the following:
To select which measurement system
you want to use for speeds and
distances, select Notation
preferences > Measurement system.
To define in which format the
coordinate information is displayed in
your device, select Notation
preferences > Coordinate format.
Telephone settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Phone.
Select from the following:
Call — Define general call settings.
Call divert — Define your call divert
settings. See "Call divert", p. 34.
Call barring — Define your call barring
settings. See "Call barring", p. 35.
Network — Adjust the network
settings.
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Send my caller ID — Display your
phone number to the person you are
calling.
Call waiting — Set the device to notify
you of incoming calls while you are in a
call (network service).
Reject call with message — Reject a
call, and send a text message to the
caller.
Message text — Write the standard
text message that is sent when you
reject a call.
Own video in recvd. call — Allow or
deny video sending during a video call
from your device.
Image in video call — Display a still
image if video is not sent during a video
call.
Automatic redial — Set your device to
make a maximum of 10 attempts to
connect the call after an unsuccessful
call attempt. To stop automatic
redialling, press the end key.
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Show call duration — Display the
length of a call during the call.
Summary after call — Display the
length of a call after the call.
Speed dialling — Activate speed
dialling.
Anykey answer — Activate anykey
answer.
Noise cancellation — Activate
earpiece active noise cancellation.
Contact search — Activate contact
search in the home screen.
To select the operator, select Operator
selection and Manual to select from
available networks, or Automatic to set
the device to select the network
automatically.
Network settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Phone > Network.
Connection settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection.
To select the network mode, select
Network mode and Dual mode,
UMTS, or GSM. In dual mode, the device
switches automatically between
networks.
Select from the following:
Bluetooth — Edit the Bluetooth
settings.
USB — Edit the data cable settings.
Destinations — Set up new or edit
existing access points. Some or all
access points may be preset for your
device by your service provider, and you
may not be able to create, edit, or
remove them.
VPN — Manage the settings for virtual
private networking.
Tip: Selecting UMTS enables faster data
transfer, but may increase the demand
on battery power and reduce the
battery life. In regions close to both GSM
and UMTS networks, selecting Dual
mode may cause constant jumping
between the two networks, which also
increases the demand on battery
power.
To set the device to indicate when it is
used in a microcellular network (MCN),
select Cell info display > On.
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Packet data — Define when packet
data network is attached, and enter the
default packet switched access point
name if you use your device as a modem
for a computer.
Wireless LAN — Set the device to
display an indicator when a wireless
LAN (WLAN) is available, and define how
often the device searches for networks.
Video sharing — Enable video sharing,
select the SIP profile for video sharing,
and define the video saving settings.
SIP settings — View or create session
initiation protocol (SIP) profiles.
XDM profile — Create an XDM profile.
The XDM profile is required for many
communications applications, for
example, presence.
Presence — Edit the settings for
presence (network service). To register
for the service, contact your service
provider.
Remote drives — Connect the device
to a remote drive.
Configurations — View and delete
trusted servers from which your device
may receive configuration settings.
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Access points
Create a new access point
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations.
You may receive access point settings in
a message from a service provider.
Some or all access points may be preset
for your device by your service provider,
and you may not be able to change,
create, edit, or remove them.
When you select one of the access point
groups ( , , , , ), you can see
the access point types:
indicates a protected access
point
indicates a packet data access
point
indicates a wireless LAN (WLAN)
access point
Tip: You can create internet access
points in a WLAN with the WLAN wizard.
To create a new access point, select
Access point.
The device asks to check for available
connections. After the search,
connections that are already available
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are displayed and can be shared by a
new access point.
If you skip this step, you are asked to
select a connection method and to
define the settings needed.
To edit the settings of an access point,
select one of the access point groups,
scroll to an access point, and select
Options > Edit. Use the instructions
provided by your service provider to edit
the following:
Connection name — Enter a name for
the connection.
Data bearer — Select the data
connection type.
Depending on the data connection you
select, only certain setting fields are
available. Fill in all fields marked with
Must be defined or with a red *. Other
fields can be left empty, unless your
service provider has instructed
otherwise.
To use a data connection, your service
provider must support this feature, and
if necessary, activate it for your SIM card.
Create access point groups
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations.
Some applications allow you to use
access point groups to connect to a
network.
To avoid selecting which access point to
use every time the device attempts to
connect to a network, you can create a
group that contains various access
points, and define the order in which
the access points are used to connect to
a network.
For example, you can add wireless LAN
(WLAN) and packet data access points to
an internet access point group and use
the group for browsing the web. If you
give the WLAN access point the higher
priority, the device connects to the
internet through a WLAN if available
and through a packet data connection if
not.
To create a new access point group,
select Options > Manage > New
destination.
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To add access points to an access point
group, select the group and Options >
New access point. To copy an existing
access point from another group, select
the group, scroll to an existing access
point, and select Options >
Organise > Copy to other dest..
To change the priority order of access
points within a group, scroll to an access
point, and select Options >
Organise > Change priority.
Packet data access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations >
Access point, and follow the
instructions on the screen.
To edit a packet data access point, open
one of the access point groups, and
select an access point marked with
.
Follow the instructions from your
service provider.
Select from the following:
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Connection name — Define a name for
the connection.
Data bearer — You might not be able
to edit the data bearer once defined.
Define a new access point if needed.
Access point name — You obtain the
access point name from your service
provider.
User name — The user name may be
needed to make a data connection, and
is usually provided by your service
provider.
Prompt password — If you must enter
the password every time you log in to a
server, or if you do not want to save your
password in the device, select Yes.
Password — A password may be
needed to make a data connection and
is usually provided by your service
provider.
Authentication — Select Secure to
always send your password encrypted
or Normal to send your password
encrypted when possible.
Homepage — Depending on the access
point you are setting up, enter the web
address or the address of the
multimedia message centre.
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Use access point — Select After
confirmation if you want the device to
ask for confirmation before the
connection using this access point is
created, or Automatically if you want
the device to connect to the destination
using this access point automatically.
Select Options > Advanced settings
and from the following:
Network type — Select the internet
protocol type to transfer data to and
from your device. The other settings
depend on the selected network type.
Phone IP address (for IPv4
only) — Enter the IP address of your
device.
DNS addresses — Enter the IP
addresses of the primary and secondary
DNS servers, if required by your service
provider. To obtain these addresses,
contact your internet service provider.
Proxy server address — Enter the
address of the proxy server.
Proxy port number — Enter the port
number of the proxy server.
WLAN internet access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations >
Access point, and follow the
instructions on the display. Or, open one
of the access point groups, select an
access point marked with , and select
Edit.
Use the instructions provided by your
service provider to edit the following:
Connection name — Define a name for
the connection.
Data bearer — You might not be able
to edit the data bearer once defined.
Define a new access point if needed.
WLAN network name — Select Enter
manually or Search for networks. If
you select an existing network, WLAN
network mode and WLAN security
mode are determined by the settings of
its access point device.
Network status — Define whether the
network name is displayed.
WLAN network mode — Select Adhoc to create an ad hoc network, and to
allow devices to send and receive data
directly; a WLAN access point device is
not needed. In an ad hoc network, all
devices must use the same WLAN
network name.
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WLAN security mode — Select the
encryption used: WEP, 802.1x, or WPA/
WPA2. (802.1x and WPA/WPA2 are not
available for ad hoc networks.) If you
select Open network, no encryption is
used. The WEP, 802.1x, and WPA
functions can be used only if the
network supports them.
Use access point — Select After
confirmation to set the device to ask
for confirmation before the connection
using this access point is created or
Automatically to set the device to
connect to the destination using this
access point automatically.
To enter the settings for the selected
security mode, select WLAN security
settings.
Advanced WLAN settings
Select Options > Advanced settings
and from the following:
IPv4 settings — Enter the IP address of
your device, the subnet IP address, the
default gateway, and the IP addresses
of the primary and secondary DNS
servers. Contact your internet service
provider for these addresses.
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IPv6 settings — Define the type of DNS
address.
Ad-hoc channel (only for ad hoc
networks) — To enter a channel
number (1-11) manually, select User
defined.
Proxy server address — Enter the
address for the proxy server.
Proxy port number — Enter the proxy
port number.
Packet data (GPRS) settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Packet data.
Your device supports packet data
connections, such as GPRS in the GSM
network. When you are using your
device in GSM and UMTS networks, it is
possible to have multiple data
connections active at the same time;
access points can share a data
connection, and data connections
remain active, for example, during voice
calls.
To define the packet data settings,
select Packet data connection and
When available to register the device
to the packet data network when you
switch the device on in a supported
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network, or When needed to register
the device to a packet data network only
when an application or action attempts
to establish a packet data connection.
This setting affects all access points for
packet data connections.
To use the device as a packet data
modem for your computer, select
Access point, and enter the access
point name provided by your service
provider.
WLAN settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Wireless LAN.
To have an indicator displayed when
there is a wireless LAN (WLAN) available
in your current location, select Show
WLAN availability > Yes.
To select the interval for your device to
scan for available WLANs, and to update
the indicator, select Scan for
networks. This setting is not available
unless you select Show WLAN
availability > Yes.
To set the device to test the internet
capability of the selected WLAN
automatically, to ask for permission
every time, or to never perform the
connectivity test, select Internet
connectivity test > Run
automatically, Ask every time, or
Never run. If you select Run
automatically or allow the test to be
performed when the device asks for it,
and the connectivity test is performed
successfully, the access point is saved to
internet destinations.
To check the unique media access
control (MAC) address that identifies
your device, enter *#62209526# in the
home screen. The MAC address is
displayed.
Advanced WLAN settings
Select Options > Advanced settings.
The advanced WLAN settings are
normally defined automatically, and
changing them is not recommended.
To edit the settings manually, select
Automatic configuration > Disabled,
and define the following:
Long retry limit — Enter the maximum
number of transmission attempts if the
device does not receive a receiving
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acknowledgement signal from the
network.
Short retry limit — Enter the maximum
number of transmission attempts if the
device does not receive a clear-to-send
signal from the network.
RTS threshold — Select the data packet
size at which the WLAN access point
device issues a request to send before
sending the packet.
TX power level — Select the power
level of your device when sending data.
Radio measurements — Enable or
disable the radio measurements.
Power saving — Select whether to use
the WLAN power saving mechanism to
save the power in the device battery.
Using the power saving mechanism
enhances the battery performance but
may weaken WLAN interoperability.
To restore all settings to their original
values, select Options > Restore
defaults.
WLAN security settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations >
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Access point, and follow the
instructions on the display.
To edit a wireless LAN (WLAN) access
point, open one of the access point
groups, and select an access point
marked with .
To enter the settings for the selected
security mode, select WLAN security
settings.
WEP security settings
Select WEP as the WLAN security mode.
The wired equivalent privacy (WEP)
encryption method encrypts data
before it is transmitted. Access to the
network is denied to users who do not
have the required WEP keys. When the
WEP security mode is in use, and your
device receives a data packet not
encrypted with the WEP keys, the data
is discarded.
In an ad-hoc network, all devices must
use the same WEP key.
Select WLAN security settings and
from the following:
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WEP key in use — Select the desired
WEP key.
Authentication type — Select Open or
Shared.
WEP key settings — Edit the settings
for the WEP key.
WEP key settings
In an ad-hoc network, all devices must
use the same WEP key.
Select WLAN security settings > WEP
key settings and from the following:
WEP encryption — Select the desired
WEP encryption key length.
WEP key format — Select whether you
want to enter the WEP key data in
ASCII or Hexadecimal format.
WEP key — Enter the WEP key data.
802.1x security settings
Select 802.1x as the WLAN security
mode.
802.1x authenticates and authorises
devices to access a wireless network,
and prevents access if the authorisation
process fails.
Select WLAN security settings and
from the following:
WPA/WPA2 — Select EAP (Extensible
Authentication Protocol) or Pre-shared
key (a secret key used for device
identification).
EAP plug-in settings — If you selected
WPA/WPA2 > EAP, select which EAP
plug-ins defined in your device to use
with the access point.
Pre-shared key — If you selected
WPA/WPA2 > Pre-shared key, enter
the shared private key that identifies
your device to the WLAN to which you
connect.
WPA security settings
Select WPA/WPA2 as the WLAN security
mode.
Select WLAN security settings and
from the following:
WPA/WPA2 — Select EAP (Extensible
Authentication Protocol) or Pre-shared
key (a secret key used for device
identification).
EAP plug-in settings — If you select
WPA/WPA2 > EAP, select which EAP
plug-ins defined in your device to use
with the access point.
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Pre-shared key — If you select WPA/
WPA2 > Pre-shared key, enter the
shared private key that identifies your
device to the WLAN to which you
connect.
WPA2 only mode — To allow both TKIP
and AES (Advanced Encryption
Standard) encryption, select Off. To
allow AES only, select On
Wireless LAN plugins
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Destinations, and
an access point group.
The extensible authentication protocol
(EAP) plug-ins are used in wireless
networks to authenticate wireless
devices and authentication servers, and
the different EAP plug-ins make possible
the use of various EAP methods
(network service).
You can view the EAP plug-ins currently
installed in your device (network
service).
EAP plug-ins
1 To define the EAP plug-in settings,
select Options > New access
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point and define an access point
that uses WLAN as a data bearer.
Select 802.1x or WPA/WPA2 as the
security mode.
Select WLAN security settings >
WPA/WPA2 > EAP > EAP plug-in
settings.
Use EAP plug-ins
To use an EAP plug-in when you connect
to a WLAN using the access point, select
the desired plug-in and Options >
Enable. The EAP plug-ins enabled for
use with this access point have a check
mark next to them. To not use a plug-in,
select Options > Disable.
To edit the EAP plug-in settings, select
Options > Edit.
To change the priority of the EAP plugin settings, select Options > Raise
priority to attempt to use the plug-in
before other plug-ins when connecting
to the network with the access point, or
Options > Lower priority to use this
plug-in for network authentication
after attempting to use other plug-ins.
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See the device help for more
information on EAP plugins.
Session initiation protocol (SIP)
settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > SIP settings.
The session initiation protocol (SIP) is
used for creating, modifying, and
terminating certain types of
communication sessions with one or
more participants (network service). SIP
profiles include settings for these
sessions. The SIP profile used by default
for a communication session is
underlined.
To create a SIP profile, select
Options > New SIP profile > Use
default profile or Use existing
profile.
To select the SIP profile you want to use
by default for communication sessions,
select Options > Default profile.
Edit SIP profiles
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > SIP settings.
Select Options > Edit and from the
following:
Profile name — Enter a name for the
SIP profile.
Service profile — Select IETF or Nokia
3GPP.
Default destination — Select the
destination to use for the internet
connection.
Default access point — Select the
access point to use for the internet
connection.
Public user name — Enter your user
name provided by your service provider.
Use compression — Select if
compression is used.
Registration — Select the registration
mode.
Use security — Select if security
negotiation is used.
Proxy server — Enter the proxy server
settings for this SIP profile.
Registrar server — Enter the
registration server settings for this SIP
profile.
Edit SIP proxy servers
Select Options > New SIP profile or
Edit > Proxy server.
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Proxy servers are intermediate servers
between a browsing service and its
users used by some service providers.
These servers may provide additional
security and speed up access to the
service.
Select from the following:
Proxy server address — Enter the host
name or IP address of the proxy server
in use.
Realm — Enter the proxy server realm.
User name and Password — Enter your
user name and password for the proxy
server.
Allow loose routing — Select if loose
routing is allowed.
Transport type — Select UDP,
Automatic, or TCP.
Port — Enter the port number of the
proxy server.
Edit registration servers
Select Options > New SIP profile or
Edit > Registrar server.
Select from the following:
Registrar server address — Enter the
host name or IP address of the registrar
server in use.
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Realm — Enter the registrar server
realm.
User name and Password — Enter your
user name and password for the
registrar server.
Transport type — Select UDP,
Automatic, or TCP.
Port — Enter the port number of the
registrar server.
Configuration settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Configurations.
You can receive messages from your
service provider or company
information management containing
configuration settings for trusted
servers. These settings are
automatically saved in Configurations.
You may receive configuration settings
for access points, multimedia, or e-mail
services, and instant messaging (IM) or
synchronisation settings from trusted
servers.
To delete configurations for a trusted
server, select Options > Delete. The
configuration settings for other
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applications provided by this server are
also deleted.
Ctrl + C
Copy text.
Application settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Applications.
Ctrl + X
Cut text.
Select an application from the list to
adjust its settings.
Shortcuts
Here are some of the available keyboard
shortcuts in your device. Shortcuts can
make the use of the applications more
efficient.
General shortcuts
Power key
Press and hold to switch
your device on and off.
Press once to switch
between profiles.
Sym key
Press and hold to activate
or deactivate Bluetooth
connectivity.
Ctrl key
Press and hold to activate
or deactivate the Silent
profile.
Ctrl + V
Paste text.
Ctrl + A
Select all.
Home screen
Lock and unlock the
Left
keypad and keyboard.
selection
key + right
selection
key
Call key
Open the call log.
0
Press and hold to open
your homepage in the
Web browser.
1
Press and hold to call your
voice mailbox.
Number
key (2–9)
Call a phone number
using speed dialling. You
must first activate speed
dialling in Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings and
Settings > Phone >
Call > Speed dialling.
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Web shortcuts
*
Zoom in the page.
0
Go to the homepage.
2
Open the search dialog.
#
Zoom out the page.
1
Show the toolbar
3
Return to the previous
page.
4
Save the current page as
a bookmark.
5
Open the map of keypad
shortcuts.
6
Reload the current page.
E-mail
C
Create a new e-mail
message.
D
Remove the selected email messages.
R
Create a reply message to
the sender of the e-mail
message.
A
Create a reply message to
the sender and all other
recipients.
F
Forward the e-mail
message.
O
Open the selected e-mail
message.
7
View the page in full
screen.
J
8
View the page overview.
Move up one page in the
e-mail message.
K
Move down one page in
the e-mail message.
T
Move to the first e-mail
message in the mailbox
or move to the beginning
of an e-mail message.
9
Open the dialog for
entering a new web
address.
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B
Move to the last e-mail
message in the mailbox
or move to the end of an
e-mail message.
U
Change the read or
unread status of an email message.
E
Accept a meeting
request.
G
Tentatively accept a
meeting request.
V
Decline a meeting
request.
W
Sort e-mail messages.
I
Expand and collapse the
messages.
S
Start the search.
Calendar shortcuts for keyboard
A
Open the agenda view.
W
Open the week view.
D
Open the day view.
M
Open the month view.
T
Open the to-do view.
N
Add a new meeting.
Glossary
Glossary
3G
3rd generation mobile
communications. A digital
system for mobile
communications which
aims at global use and
provides increased
bandwidth. 3G lets a mobile
device user access a wide
variety of services, such as
multimedia.
Ad-hoc
A WLAN network mode
operating where two or more devices
mode
connect to each other using
WLAN directly without a
WLAN access point.
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Cookies
Cookies are little pieces of
information, given by the
server to you, to store
information about your
visits to a web site. When
you accept cookies, the
server is able to evaluate
your use of the web site,
what you are interested in,
what you want to read, and
so on.
DNS
Domain name service. An
internet service that
translates domain names
such as www.nokia.com
into IP addresses such as
192.100.124.195. Domain
names are easier to
remember but this
translation is needed
because the internet is
based on IP addresses.
DTMF
tones
Dual-tone multifrequency
tones. The DTMF system is
used by touch-tone
telephones. DTMF assigns a
specific frequency, or tone,
to each key so that it can
easily be identified by a
microprocessor. DTMF tones
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allow you to communicate
with voice mailboxes,
computerised telephony
systems, and so on.
EAP
Extensible authentication
protocol. EAP plug-ins are
used in wireless networks
to authenticate wireless
devices and authentication
servers.
EGPRS
Enhanced GPRS. EGPRS is
similar to GPRS, but it
enables faster connection.
For availability and data
transfer speed, contact your
service provider.
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GPRS
General packet radio
service. GPRS enables
wireless access for mobile
phones to data networks
(network service). GPRS
uses packet data
technology where
information is sent in short
bursts of data over the
mobile network. The
benefit of sending data in
packets is that the network
is occupied only when
sending or receiving data.
As GPRS uses the network
efficiently, it allows for
quick data connection setup
and fast data transmission
speeds.
You must subscribe to the
GPRS service. For availability
and subscription to GPRS,
contact your service
provider.
During a voice call, you
cannot establish a GPRS
connection, and any
existing GPRS connection is
put on hold unless the
network supports dual
transfer mode.
GPS
Global positioning system.
GPS is a worldwide radio
navigation system.
HTTP
Hypertext transfer protocol.
A document transfer
protocol used in the web.
HTTPS
HTTP over a secure
connection.
IMAP4
Internet mail access
protocol, version 4. A
protocol used for accessing
your remote mailbox.
Internet An access point is where
access
your device connects to a
point
network. To use e-mail and
multimedia services or to
connect to the internet and
browse web pages, you
must first define internet
access points for these
services.
Infrastructure
operating
mode
A WLAN network mode
where devices are
connected to WLAN using a
WLAN access point.
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PIN
PIN2
POP3
Personal identity number.
The PIN code protects your
device from unauthorised
use. The PIN code is
supplied with the SIM card.
If the PIN code request is
selected, the code is
required each time the
device is switched on. The
PIN code must be 4 to 8
digits long.
The PIN2 code is supplied
with some SIM cards. The
PIN2 code is required to
access certain functions
supported by the SIM card.
The length of the PIN2 code
is 4 to 8 digits.
Post office protocol, version
3. A common mail protocol
that can be used for
accessing your remote
mailbox.
PUK and Personal Unblocking Key.
PUK2
PUK and PUK2 codes are
required to change a
blocked PIN code or PIN2
code, respectively. The
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length of the code is 8
digits.
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol.
SIP is used for creating,
modifying, and terminating
certain types of
communication sessions
with one or more
participants.
SSID
Service set identifier. SSID is
the name that identifies the
specific WLAN.
Streaming Streaming audio and video
files means playing them
directly from the web
without downloading them
first to your device.
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UMTS
Universal Mobile
Telecommunications
System. UMTS is a 3G mobile
communication system.
Besides voice and data,
UMTS enables audio and
video delivery to wireless
devices.
When you use your device in
GSM and UMTS networks,
multiple data connections
can be active at the same
time, and access points can
share a data connection. In
the UMTS network, data
connections remain active
during voice calls. You can,
for example, browse the
web faster than previously
possible while
simultaneously speaking on
the phone.
UPIN
PIN code used in UMTS
network.
UPUK
UPIN Unblocking Key. UPUK
code is required to change a
blocked UPIN code or PIN2
code. The length of the code
is 8 digits.
USIM
SIM card used in UMTS
network.
USSD
A service request, such as
command request to activate an
application or configure
various settings remotely,
that you can send to your
operator or service provider
with your device.
VPN
Virtual private network.
VPN creates a secure
connection to compatible
corporate intranet and
services, such as e-mail.
WAP
Wireless application
protocol. WAP is an
international standard for
wireless communication.
WEP
Wired equivalent privacy.
WEP is an encryption
method that encrypts data
before it is transmitted in
WLAN.
WLAN
Wireless local area network.
WPA
Wi-Fi Protected Access.
Security method for WLAN.
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WPA2
Wi-Fi Protected Access 2.
Security method for WLAN.
Troubleshooting
To view frequently asked questions
about your device, go to
www.nokia.com/support.
Q: What is my lock, PIN, or PUK code?
A: The default lock code is 12345. If you
forget or lose the lock code, contact your
device dealer. If you forget or lose a PIN
or PUK code, or if you have not received
such a code, contact your network
service provider.
Q: How do I close an application that
is not responding?
A: Press and hold the menu key. Scroll to
the application, and press the
backspace key to close the application.
Q: Why do images look smudgy?
A: Ensure that the camera lens
protection windows are clean.
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Q: Why do missing, discoloured, or
bright dots appear on the screen
every time I switch on my device?
A: This is a characteristic of this type of
display. Some displays may contain
pixels or dots that remain on or off. This
is normal, not a fault.
Q: Why can’t I find my friend’s device
while using Bluetooth connectivity?
A: Check that both devices are
compatible, have activated Bluetooth
connectivity, and are not in hidden
mode. Check also that the distance
between the two devices is not over 10
metres (33 feet) and that there are no
walls or other obstructions between the
devices.
Q: Why can’t I close a Bluetooth
connection?
A: If another device is connected to your
device, you can close the connection
using the other device or by
deactivating Bluetooth connectivity.
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
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Connectivity > Bluetooth and
Bluetooth > Off.
Q: Why can't I see a wireless LAN
(WLAN) access point even though I
know I'm within its range?
A: Check that the Offline profile is not in
use in your device.
The WLAN access point may use a
hidden service set identifier (SSID). You
can only access networks that use a
hidden SSID if you know the correct
SSID, and have created a WLAN access
point for the network on your Nokia
device.
Check that the WLAN access point is not
on channels 12-13, as they cannot be
associated with.
Q: How do I turn the WLAN off on my
Nokia device?
A: The WLAN on your Nokia device
deactivates when you are not
connected or trying to connect to
another access point, or not scanning
for available networks. To further
reduce battery consumption, you can
specify that your Nokia device does not
scan, or scans less often, for available
networks in the background. The WLAN
deactivates in between background
scans.
To stop the background scans, select
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings and
Connection > Wireless LAN > Show
WLAN availability > Never. You can
still manually scan for available WLANs
and connect to WLANs as usual.
To increase the background scan
interval, select Show WLAN
availability > Yes, and define the
interval in Scan for networks.
Q: Why can't I browse the web even
though the WLAN connection is
working and the IP settings are
correct?
A: Check that you have defined the
HTTP/ HTTPS proxy settings correctly in
the advanced settings of your WLAN
access point.
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Q: How do I check the signal quality
of my WLAN connection?
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Conn. mgr. and Active
data connections > Options >
Details. If the signal quality is weak or
moderate, you may encounter
connection problems. Try again closer
to the access point.
Q: Why do I have problems with the
security mode?
A: Check that you have configured the
security mode correctly, and that it is
the same that the network uses. To
check the security mode the network
uses, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > Conn. mgr. and Active
data connections > Options >
Details.
Check also the following: you have the
correct WPA mode (preshared key or
EAP), you have disabled all EAP types
that are not needed, and all the EAP type
settings are correct (passwords, user
names, certificates).
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Q: Why can’t I select a contact for my
message?
A: The contact card does not have a
phone number, an address, or an e-mail
address. Select Menu > Contacts, and
edit the contact card.
Q: The note Retrieving message is
shown briefly. What is happening?
A: The device is trying to retrieve a
multimedia message from the
multimedia messaging centre. This note
is shown if you have selected Menu >
Messaging and Options > Settings >
Multimedia message > Multimedia
retrieval > Always automatic.
Check that the settings for multimedia
messaging are defined correctly and
that there are no mistakes in phone
numbers or addresses.
Q: How can I end the data connection
when the device starts a data
connection again and again?
A: The device may be trying to retrieve
a multimedia message from the
multimedia message centre. To stop the
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device from making a data connection,
select Menu > Messaging and
Options > Settings > Multimedia
message > Multimedia retrieval >
Manual to have the multimedia
messaging centre save messages to be
retrieved later, or Off to ignore all
incoming multimedia messages. If you
select Manual, you receive a
notification when there is a new
multimedia message that you can
retrieve in the multimedia message
centre. If you select Off, the device does
not make any network connections
related to multimedia messaging.
To set the device to use a packet data
connection only if you start an
application or action that needs it,
select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings
and Connection > Packet data >
Packet data connection > When
needed.
reduce the battery life time. To save
battery power, do the following:
•
•
•
•
If this does not help, restart the device.
Q: How do I save battery power?
A: Many features in your device increase
the demand on battery power and
•
Deactivate Bluetooth connectivity
when you do not need it.
Stop the background scans for
WLAN. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Settings and Connection >
Wireless LAN > Show WLAN
availability > Never. You can still
manually scan for available WLANs
and connect to WLANs as usual.
Set the device to use a packet data
connection only if you start an
application or action that needs it.
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Settings and Connection >
Packet data > Packet data
connection > When needed.
Prevent the device from
automatically downloading new
maps in the Maps application. Select
Menu > Maps and Options >
Settings > Internet >
Connection.
Change the time-out after which the
backlight is switched off. Select
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings and
General > Personalisation >
Display > Light time-out.
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•
Close the applications you are not
using. Press and hold the menu key.
Scroll to the application, and press
the backspace key to close the
application.
Find help
Support
When you want to learn more about
how to use your product or you are
unsure how your device should
function, go to www.nokia.com/
support, or using a mobile device,
nokia.mobi/support. You can also select
Menu > Help > Help in your device.
If this does not resolve your issue, do
one of the following:
•
•
•
Reboot your device. Switch off the
device, and remove the battery.
After about a minute, replace the
battery, and switch on the device.
Restore the original factory
settings.
Update your device software.
If your issue remains unsolved, contact
Nokia for repair options. Go to
www.nokia-asia.com/repair. Before
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sending your device for repair, always
back up the data in your device.
Update device software
About software updates
Software updates may include new
features and enhanced functions that
were not available at the time of
purchase of your device. Updating the
software may also improve the device
performance.
To get a notification when new
software is available for your device,
register with My Nokia, and subscribe to
notifications for text or e-mail
messages. For more information, go to
www.nokia.com/mynokia.
Warning:
If you install a software update, you
cannot use the device, even to make
emergency calls, until the installation is
completed and the device is restarted.
Be sure to back up data before accepting
installation of an update.
Downloading software updates may
involve the transmission of large
amounts of data (network service).
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Make sure that the device battery has
enough power, or connect the charger
before starting the update.
After updating your device software or
applications, the instructions related to
the updated applications in the user
guide or helps may no longer be up to
date.
Update software using your PC
Nokia Software Updater is a PC
application that enables you to update
your device software. To update your
device software, you need a compatible
PC, broadband internet access, and a
compatible USB data cable to connect
your device to the PC.
To get more information and to
download the Nokia Software Updater
application, go to www.nokiaasia.com/softwareupdate.
In-device help
Your device contains instructions to
help to use the applications in your
device.
application for which you want to read
instructions.
When an application is open, to access
the help text for the current view, select
Options > Help.
When you are reading the instructions,
to change the size of the help text, select
Options > Decrease font size or
Increase font size.
You may find links to related topics at
the end of the help text.
If you select an underlined word, a short
explanation is displayed.
Help texts use the following indicators:
Link to a related help topic.
Link to the application being
discussed.
When you are reading the instructions,
to switch between help texts and the
application that is open in the
background, select Options > Show
open apps. and the desired application.
To open help texts from the main menu,
select Menu > Help > Help and the
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Do more with your device
There are various applications provided
by Nokia and third party software
developers, that help you do more with
your device. To find and download
applications, visit the Ovi Store at
store.ovi.com. These applications are
explained in the guides that are
available on the product support pages
at www.nokia.com/support or your
local Nokia website.
Settings
Your device normally has MMS, GPRS,
streaming, and mobile internet settings
automatically configured, based on
your network service provider
information. You may have settings
from your service providers already
installed in your device, or you may
receive or request the settings from the
network service providers as a special
message.
You can change the general settings in
your device, such as language, standby
mode, display, and keypad lock settings.
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Prolong battery life
Many features in your device increase
the demand on battery power and
reduce the battery lifetime. To save
battery power, note the following:
•
•
•
Features that use Bluetooth
technology, or allowing such
features to run in the background
while using other features, increase
the demand on battery power.
Deactivate Bluetooth technology
when you do not need it.
Features that use wireless LAN
(WLAN), or allowing such features
to run in the background while
using other features, increase the
demand on battery power. WLAN on
your Nokia device deactivates when
you are not trying to connect, not
connected to an access point, or not
scanning for available networks. To
further reduce battery
consumption, you can specify that
your device does not scan, or scans
less often, for available networks in
the background.
If you have set Packet data
connection to When available in
connection settings, and there is no
packet data coverage (GPRS), the
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•
•
•
device periodically tries to establish
a packet data connection. To
prolong the operating time of your
device, select Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings and
Connection > Packet data >
Packet data connection > When
needed.
The Maps application downloads
new map information when you
scroll to new areas on the map,
which increases the demand on
battery power. You can prevent the
automatic download of new maps.
If the signal strength of the cellular
network varies much in your area,
your device must scan for the
available network repeatedly. This
increases the demand on battery
power.
If the network mode is set to dual
mode in the network settings, the
device searches for the 3G network.
You can set the device to use only
the GSM network. To use only the
GSM network, select Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings and Phone >
Network > Network mode >
GSM.
•
•
•
The backlight of the display
increases the demand on battery
power. In the display settings, you
can change the length of the timeout period after which the backlight
is switched off. Select Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings and General >
Personalisation > Display >
Light time-out. To adjust the light
sensor that observes lighting
conditions and adjusts the display
brightness, in the display settings,
select Light sensor.
Leaving applications running in the
background increases the demand
on battery power. To close the
applications you are not using,
press and hold the menu key, scroll
to the application, and press the
backspace key.
To save power, activate the power
save mode. Press the power key,
and select Activate power saving.
To deactivate it, press the power
key, and select Deactivate power
saving. You may not be able to
change the settings of certain
applications when the power save
mode is activated.
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Free memory
To view how much memory is available
for different data types, select Menu >
Office > File mgr..
Many features of the device use memory
to store data. The device notifies you if
available memory is low.
To free memory, transfer data to an
alternative memory (if available) or
compatible computer.
To remove data you no longer need, use
File manager or the respective
application. You can remove the
following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Messages in the folders in
Messaging and retrieved e-mail
messages from the mailbox
Saved web pages
Contact information
Calendar notes
Applications shown in Application
manager that you do not need
Installation files (with .sis or .sisx
file extensions) of installed
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applications. Back up the
installation files to a compatible
computer.
Images and video clips in Photos.
Green tips
Save energy
You do not need to charge your battery
so often if you do the following (if
available for your device):
•
•
•
•
Close applications and data
connections, for example, your
Bluetooth connection, when not in
use.
Decrease the brightness of the
screen.
Set your device to enter power saver
mode after the minimum period of
inactivity, if available in your device.
Deactivate unnecessary sounds,
such as key tones.
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Recycle
All materials of this device can be
recovered as materials and energy. For
information on how to recycle your old
Nokia products, go to www.nokia.com/
werecycle, or using a mobile device,
nokia.mobi/werecycle.
Recycle packaging and user guides at
your local recycling scheme.
An extensive range of accessories is available for your
device. For more details, see www.nokia-asia.com/
accessories.
For more information on the
environmental attributes of your
device, go to www.nokia.com/
ecodeclaration.
Practical rules about accessories
•
Keep all accessories out of the reach of small
children.
Product and safety information
•
Accessories
Nokia original accessories
Warning:
Use only batteries, chargers, and accessories approved by
Nokia for use with this particular model. The use of any
other types may invalidate any approval or warranty, and
may be dangerous. In particular, use of unapproved
chargers or batteries may present a risk of fire, explosion,
leakage, or other hazard.
For availability of approved accessories, check with your
dealer.
•
•
When you disconnect the power cord of any
accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Check regularly that accessories installed in a vehicle
are mounted and are operating properly.
Installation of any complex car accessories must be
made by qualified personnel only.
Battery
Type: BL-4D
Talk time:
Up to 5.5 hours (WCDMA)
Standby:
Up to 705 hours (WCDMA)
Important: Battery talk and stand-by times are estimates
and only possible under optimal network conditions.
Actual battery talk and standby times depend on SIM cards,
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features used, battery age and condition, temperatures to
which battery is exposed, network conditions, and many
other factors, and may be significantly shorter than those
specified above. Ringing tones, hands free call handling,
use in digital mode, and other features will also consume
the battery, and the amount of time a device is used for
calls will affect its stand-by time. Likewise, the amount of
time that the device is turned on and in the standby mode
will affect its talk time.
Battery
Battery and charger information
Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery. The
battery intended for use with this device is BL-4D. Nokia
may make additional battery models available for this
device. This device is intended for use when supplied with
power from the following chargers: AC-8. The exact
charger model number may vary depending on the type
of plug. The plug variant is identified by one of the
following: E, EB, X, AR, U, A, C, K, or UB.
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of
times, but it will eventually wear out. When the talk and
standby times are noticeably shorter than normal, replace
the battery. Use only Nokia approved batteries, and
recharge your battery only with Nokia approved chargers
designated for this device.
If a battery is being used for the first time or if the battery
has not been used for a prolonged period, it may be
necessary to connect the charger, then disconnect and
reconnect it to begin charging the battery. If the battery
is completely discharged, it may take several minutes
before the charging indicator appears on the display or
before any calls can be made.
Safe removal. Always switch the device off and disconnect
the charger before removing the battery.
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Proper charging. Unplug the charger from the electrical
plug and the device when not in use. Do not leave a fully
charged battery connected to a charger, since
overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If left unused, a fully
charged battery will lose its charge over time.
Avoid extreme temperatures. Always try to keep the
battery between 15°C and 25°C (59°F and 77°F). Extreme
temperatures reduce the capacity and lifetime of the
battery. A device with a hot or cold battery may not work
temporarily. Battery performance is particularly limited in
temperatures well below freezing.
Do not short-circuit. Accidental short-circuiting can occur
when a metallic object such as a coin, clip, or pen causes
direct connection of the positive (+) and negative (-)
terminals of the battery. (These look like metal strips on
the battery.) This might happen, for example, when you
carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Shortcircuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the
connecting object.
Disposal. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may
explode. Dispose of batteries according to local
regulations. Please recycle when possible. Do not dispose
as household waste.
Leak. Do not dismantle, cut, open, crush, bend, puncture,
or shred cells or batteries. In the event of a battery leak,
prevent battery liquid contact with the skin or eyes. If this
happens, flush the affected areas immediately with water,
or seek medical help.
Damage. Do not modify, remanufacture, attempt to insert
foreign objects into the battery, or immerse or expose it
to water or other liquids. Batteries may explode if
damaged.
Correct use. Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Improper battery use may result in a fire, explosion, or
190 Product and safety information
other hazard. If the device or battery is dropped, especially
on a hard surface, and you believe the battery has been
damaged, take it to a service centre for inspection before
continuing to use it. Never use any charger or battery that
is damaged. Keep your battery out of the reach of small
children.
2
When you angle the hologram left, right, down and
up, you should see 1, 2, 3 and 4 dots on each side
respectively.
Important: Talk and standby times are estimates only.
Actual performance depends on many factors such as
network conditions, device settings selected, device
features being used (or running in the background),
battery condition and ambient temperature. Making calls
with the device affects the standby time and the amount
of time in standby mode affects the talk time.
Nokia battery authentication guidelines
Always use original Nokia batteries for your safety. To
check that you are getting an original Nokia battery,
purchase it from a Nokia authorised service centre or
dealer, and inspect the hologram label using the following
steps:
Authenticate hologram
1
When you look at the hologram on the label, you
should see the Nokia connecting hands symbol from
one angle and the Nokia Original Enhancements
logo when looking from another angle.
Successful completion of the steps is not a total assurance
of the authenticity of the battery. If you cannot confirm
authenticity or if you have any reason to believe that your
Nokia battery with the hologram on the label is not an
authentic Nokia battery, you should refrain from using it,
and take it to the nearest Nokia authorised service centre
or dealer for assistance.
To find out more about original Nokia batteries, see
www.nokia.com/batterycheck
Taking care of your device
Your device is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
following suggestions will help you protect your warranty
coverage.
•
Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all
types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals
that will corrode electronic circuits. If your device
does get wet, remove the battery, and allow the
device to dry completely before replacing it.
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Product and safety information 191
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not use or store the device in dusty, dirty areas.
Its moving parts and electronic components can be
damaged.
Do not store the device in high or cold temperature.
High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic
devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain
plastics. When the device warms to its normal
temperature from a cold temperature, moisture can
form inside the device and damage electronic circuit
boards.
Do not attempt to open the device other than as
instructed in this guide.
Do not drop, knock, or shake the device. Rough
handling can break internal circuit boards and fine
mechanics.
Recycle
Always return your used electronic products, batteries,
and packaging materials to dedicated collection points.
This way you help prevent uncontrolled waste disposal
and promote the recycling of materials. Check product
environmental information and how to recycle your Nokia
products at www.nokia.com/werecycle, or nokia.mobi/
werecycle.
Additional safety information
Small children
Your device and its accessories are not toys. They may
contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small
children.
Do not paint the device. Paint can clog the moving
parts and prevent proper operation.
Operating environment
This device meets RF exposure guidelines in the normal
use position at the ear or at least 1.5 centimetres (5/8
inch) away from the body. Any carry case, belt clip, or
holder for body-worn operation should not contain metal
and should position the device the above-stated distance
from your body.
Use chargers indoors.
To send data files or messages requires a quality
connection to the network. Data files or messages may be
delayed until such a connection is available. Follow the
separation distance instructions until the transmission is
completed.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or
strong detergents to clean the device. Only use a
soft, clean, dry cloth to clean the surface of the
device.
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorised antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage the device and may
violate regulations governing radio devices.
Backup all data you want to keep, such as contacts
and calendar notes.
To reset the device from time to time for optimum
performance, power off the device and remove the
battery.
These suggestions apply equally to your device, battery,
charger, or any accessory.
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Parts of the device are magnetic. Metallic materials may
be attracted to the device. Do not place credit cards or
other magnetic storage media near the device, because
information stored on them may be erased.
Medical devices
Operation of radio transmitting equipment, including
wireless phones, may interfere with the function of
inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a
physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to
192 Product and safety information
determine whether they are adequately shielded from
external RF energy. Switch off your device when
regulations posted instruct you to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may use equipment sensitive to
external RF energy.
Implanted medical devices
Manufacturers of medical devices recommend a minimum
separation of 15.3 centimetres (6 inches) between a
wireless device and an implanted medical device, such as
a pacemaker or implanted cardioverter defibrillator, to
avoid potential interference with the medical device.
Persons who have such devices should:
•
•
•
•
•
Always keep the wireless device more than 15.3
centimetres (6 inches) from the medical device.
Not carry the wireless device in a breast pocket.
Hold the wireless device to the ear opposite the
medical device.
Turn the wireless device off if there is any reason to
suspect that interference is taking place.
Follow the manufacturer directions for the
implanted medical device.
If you have any questions about using your wireless device
with an implanted medical device, consult your health
care provider.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless devices may interfere with some
hearing aids.
Note: The surface of this device does not contain nickel
in the platings. The surface of this device contains stainless
steel.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles such as
electronic fuel injection, electronic antilock braking,
electronic speed control, and air bag systems. For more
information, check with the manufacturer of your vehicle
or its equipment.
Only qualified personnel should service the device or
install the device in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service
may be dangerous and may invalidate your warranty.
Check regularly that all wireless device 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 device, its parts, or
accessories. Remember that air bags inflate with great
force. Do not place your device or accessories in the air bag
deployment area.
Switch off your device before boarding an aircraft. The use
of wireless teledevices in an aircraft may be dangerous to
the operation of the aircraft and may be illegal.
Potentially explosive environments
Switch off your device in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere. Obey all posted instructions. Sparks
in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in
bodily injury or death. Switch off the device at refuelling
points such as near gas pumps at service stations. Observe
restrictions in fuel depots, 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
areas where you would be advised to turn off your vehicle
engine, below deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage
facilities and where the air contains chemicals or particles
such as grain, dust, or metal powders. You should check
with the manufacturers of vehicles using liquefied
petroleum gas (such as propane or butane) to determine
if this device can be safely used in their vicinity.
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Product and safety information 193
Emergency calls
Important: This device operates using radio signals,
wireless networks, landline networks, and userprogrammed functions. If your device supports voice calls
over the internet (internet calls), activate both the internet
calls and the cellular phone. The device may attempt to
make emergency calls over both the cellular networks and
through your internet call provider if both are activated.
Connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. You
should never rely solely on any wireless device for
essential communications like medical emergencies.
Certification information (SAR)
This mobile device meets guidelines for exposure to
radio waves.
To make an emergency call:
The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit
of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate or
SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0
watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 10 grams of tissue.
Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating
positions with the device transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands. The
actual SAR level of an operating device can be below the
maximum value because the device is designed to use only
the power required to reach the network. That amount
changes depending on a number of factors such as how
close you are to a network base station.
1
If the device is not on, switch it on. Check for
adequate signal strength. Depending on your
device, you may also need to complete the
following:
•
•
•
2
3
4
Insert a SIM card if your device uses one.
Remove certain call restrictions you have
activated in your device.
Change your profile from Offline or Flight
profile to an active profile.
Press the end key as many times as needed to clear
the display and ready the device for calls.
Enter the official emergency number for your
present location. Emergency numbers vary by
location.
Press the call key.
When making an emergency call, give all the necessary
information as accurately as possible. Your wireless device
may be the only means of communication at the scene of
an accident. Do not end the call until given permission to
do so.
© 2010 Nokia. All rights reserved.
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It
is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio
waves recommended by international guidelines. These
guidelines were developed by the independent scientific
organisation ICNIRP and include safety margins designed
to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age
and health.
The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use
of the device at the ear is 0.88 W/kg.
Use of device accessories may result in different SAR
values. SAR values may vary depending on national
reporting and testing requirements and the network
band. Additional SAR information may be provided under
product information at www.nokia.com.
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Copyright and other notices
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Hereby, NOKIA CORPORATION declares that this RM-632
product is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. A
copy of the Declaration of Conformity can be found at
http://www.nokia.com/phones/
declaration_of_conformity/.
© 2010 Nokia. All rights reserved.
Nokia, Nokia Connecting People, and Navi are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Nokia tune
is a sound mark of Nokia Corporation. Other product and
company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or
tradenames of their respective owners.
Reproduction, transfer, distribution, or storage of part or
all of the contents in this document in any form without
the prior written permission of Nokia is prohibited. Nokia
operates a policy of continuous development. Nokia
reserves the right to make changes and improvements to
any of the products described in this document without
prior notice.
Java and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Visual Patent
Portfolio License (i) for personal and noncommercial use
in connection with information which has been encoded
in compliance with the MPEG-4 Visual Standard by a
consumer engaged in a personal and noncommercial
activity and (ii) for use in connection with MPEG-4 video
provided by a licensed video provider. No license is
granted or shall be implied for any other use. Additional
information, including that related to promotional,
internal, and commercial uses, may be obtained from
MPEG LA, LLC. See http://www.mpegla.com.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW,
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL NOKIA OR ANY OF ITS
LICENSORS BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA OR
INCOME OR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, 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,
RELIABILITY OR CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT. NOKIA
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REVISE THIS DOCUMENT OR
WITHDRAW IT AT ANY TIME WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
Reverse engineering of software in the device is
prohibited to the extent permitted by applicable law.
Insofar as this user guide contains any limitations on
Nokia's representations, warranties, damages and
liabilities, such limitations shall likewise limit any
representations, warranties, damages and liabilities of
Nokia's licensors.
The third-party applications provided with your device
may have been created and may be owned by persons or
entities not affiliated with or related to Nokia. Nokia does
not own the copyrights or intellectual property rights to
the third-party applications. As such, Nokia does not take
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Copyright and other notices 195
any responsibility for end-user support, functionality of
the applications, or the information in the applications or
these materials. Nokia does not provide any warranty for
the third-party applications. BY USING THE APPLICATIONS
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE APPLICATIONS ARE PROVIDED
AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY
APPLICABLE LAW. YOU FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT
NEITHER NOKIA NOR ITS AFFILIATES MAKE ANY
REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF TITLE,
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
OR THAT THE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY THIRDPARTY PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS, OR OTHER
RIGHTS.
The availability of particular products and applications
and services for these products may vary by region. Please
check with your Nokia dealer for details and availability of
language options. This device may contain commodities,
technology or software subject to export laws and
regulations from the US and other countries. Diversion
contrary to law is prohibited.
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE
Your device 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. Operation 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. Any changes or
modifications not expressly approved by Nokia could void
the user's authority to operate this equipment.
/Issue 1.0 EN
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196 Index
Index
Symbols/Numbers
3-D ringing tones
802.1x
— security settings
A
A-GPS (assisted GPS)
access codes
access points
— groups
— VPN
accessories
— settings
accounts
Active notes
active toolbar
— in Photos
albums
— media
answering calls
antennas
application manager
application settings
applications
assisted GPS (A-GPS)
116
168
97
20
70, 71, 161
72, 162
153
157
55
89
124
125
32
15
147
172
147
96
attachments
— multimedia messages
audio files
— details
audio messages
autolock period
B
background image
backing up device memory
battery
— charging
— inserting
— saving power
blocking
— device
blogs
Bluetooth
Bluetooth connectivity
— device address
— low memory
— pairing devices
— receiving data
— sending data
bookmarks
browser
— bookmarks
— browsing pages
— cache memory
62
136
58
158
115
90
13
11
185
80
85
77, 80
78
80
78
79
78
86
83, 86
83, 84
86
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Index 197
—
—
—
—
searching content
security
settings
toolbar
C
cable connection
cache memory
calculator
calendar
— creating entries
— meeting requests
— views
call barring
call divert
call log
call waiting
caller ID
calls
— answering
— conference
— duration of
— options during
— rejecting
— restricting
See fixed dialling
— settings
— voice mail
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85
87
87
84
81
86
90
27
27
28
29
35
34
42, 43
34
159
30
32
33
42
31
32
159
32
camera
— capturing images
— image settings
— playing videos
— scenes
— sequence mode
— toolbar
— video clips
— video settings
— viewing images
cell broadcast
— settings
certificates
— details
— settings
charging the battery
chat services (IM)
computer connections
See also data connections
conference calls
configuration messages
connectors
contacts
— copying
— images in
— in social networks
— managing
— ringing tones
— synchronising
117
119
119
117
118
117
119
120
118
63
66
143
144
13
53, 67
82
33
171
10
16, 25
26
25
25, 26
26
76, 151
198 Index
— voice tags
contacts bar
content
— synchronising, sending, and
retrieving
converting
— currencies
— measurements
copying content
currency conversions
25
22
17
93
92
16
93
D
data cable
81
data connections
— PC connectivity
82
— synchronisation
76, 151
date
— settings
156
declining calls
32
decrypting
— device memory and memory
card
142
device manager
145
dictionary
96
dismissing calls
32
display
— settings
155
DLNA
82
duration of calls
42
E
e-mail
— accounts
48
— adding attachments
46
— attachments
47
— deleting
48
— disconnecting
48
— folders
48
— out-of-office reply
48
— reading
46
— searching
47
— sending
45, 58
— settings
49
— setup
45
EAP
— plug-in settings
169
— using an EAP plug-in
169
encrypting
— device memory and memory
card
141
equaliser
134
F
feeds, news
file management
file manager
fixed dialling
flashlight
85
91
90
142
30
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G
gallery
— presentations
— sound clips
— streaming links
general information
GPRS
— settings
GPS
— position requests
GPS (Global Positioning
System)
120
122
121
121
183
165
99
96, 97
H
headphones
headset
help application
home key
home network
home screen
I
IAPs (internet access points)
IM (instant messaging)
images
— editing
— printing
installing applications
internet browser
14
14
184
22
82
21
70
53, 67
123
126, 127
128, 129
147
83
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internet connection
See also browser
internet radio
— favourites
— searching for stations
— settings
— station directory
137
138
138
139
138
J
Java applications
JME Java application support
147
147
K
key store
keyboard
keyguard
keypad
— lock settings
keypad lock
keys
— WEP keys
keys and parts
L
landmarks
language
— settings
licences
location information
83
144
23
14
158
14
168
10
99
156
150
96
200 Index
lock code
locking
— device
— device autolock
— keypad
logos
— welcome logo
15, 20, 140, 158
M
Maps
— browsing
— changing views
— display elements
— downloading maps
— driving routes
— Favourites
— finding locations
— navigating
— organising places
— organising routes
— planning routes
— positioning
— saving places
— saving routes
— sending places
— sharing locations
— synchronising
— traffic information
— viewing location details
140
158
158
155
102
103
104
103, 110
104
109
107
105
109, 111
107
107
111
104
106
106
107
107
108
110
106
— voice guidance
109
— walking routes
111
measurements
— converting
92
meeting requests
— receiving
47
memory
— clearing
187
— web cache
86
memory card
12, 13, 91
— locking
140
— passwords
140
message reader
56, 57
messages
44
— cell broadcast settings
66
— configuration messages
171
— service messages
63
— settings
67
— speech options
57
— text message settings
64
messaging
— folders
44
messaging key
22, 156
Mini Map
84
MMS (multimedia message
service)
58, 65
multimedia
120
multimedia messages
58, 65
— attachments
62
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— creating presentations
— receiving
— replying to
multitasking
music player
— playing
— playlists
N
navigation tools
network
— settings
network settings
news feeds
Nokia account
Nokia original accessories
Nokia Ovi Player
Nokia support information
notes
O
operator
— selecting
original settings
out-of-office reply message
Ovi
Ovi by Nokia
Ovi Contacts
— adding friends
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61
60
60
29
132
133
96
160
68
85
50, 55
188
134
183
96
160
158
48
30
19
50
52
— availability status
— connection settings
— landmarks
— personalisation
— presence
— profiles
— searching
— sharing your location
Ovi Files
Ovi Music
Ovi Store
Ovi Suite
P
packet data
— settings
packet data connection
— access point settings
— counters
page overview
PDF reader
personalisation
— changing language
— display
personalising your device
Photos
— tags
photos
— editing
51
56
54, 55
56
55
51
52
51, 55
30
133
20
18
165
73, 163
42
84
93
155
156
155
113
125
123
126
202 Index
— file details
— organising files
— toolbar
PictBridge
pictures
— copying
PIN code
— changing
pin code
PIN2 code
playing
— video and audio
podcasting
— directories
— searching
— settings
positioning
— settings
positioning information
positioning settings
predictive text input
presence
presentations
printer settings
printing
— images
profiles
— creating
— personalising
123
124
124
128
16
20
158
15
20
135
130
131
131
132
158
96
101
24, 156
55
61, 122
94
94
128
113
113, 114
— selecting ringing tones
proxy settings
PUK codes
R
RealPlayer
— playing media clips
— settings
— viewing clip details
recent calls
red-eye removal
rejecting calls
remote configuration
remote lock
remote SIM mode
restoring original settings
ringing tones
— 3-D
— in profiles
roaming
S
screen saver
security
— device and SIM card
— memory card
— web browser
security code
security module
114
74, 164
20
135
136
136
42
127
32
145
140
80
158
155
116
114
68
115, 155
158
140
87
20, 140
144
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Index 203
service commands
63
service messages
63
— settings
66
settings
— access points
71, 72, 161, 162
— accessories
157
— advanced WLAN
166
— applications
172
— Bluetooth
77
— browser
87
— call
159
— camera
119
— cell broadcast
66
— certificate
144
— date
156
— display
155
— EAP plug-ins
169
— GPRS
165
— internet radio
139
— keypad lock
158
— language
156
— messages
65
— network
68, 160
— packet data
165
— packet data access points 73, 163
— podcasting
132
— positioning
101, 158
— printer
94
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— RealPlayer
136
— restoring
158
— security
157
— service messages
66
— SIP
170
— text messages
64
— time
156
— tones
155
— video sharing
39
— WEP security
167
— WLAN
71, 75, 165, 166
— WLAN internet access
points
74, 164
— WLAN security
167
Share online
— creating posts
129
shared video
39
shortcuts
127, 172
SIM card
— inserting
11
— text messages
60
SIP
— creating profiles
170
— editing profiles
170
— editing proxy servers
170
— editing registration servers
171
— settings
170
slide show
126
SMS (short message service)
58
204 Index
software applications
software updates
sound clips
speech
speed dialling
streaming links
support
Switch
Symbian applications
synchronisation of data
T
text
— changing size
— predictive input
text input
text messages
— messages on SIM card
— sending
— settings
themes
— downloading
time
— settings
tones
— settings
transferring
— data
transferring content
147
183, 184
121
57
33
121
183
16
147
76, 151
155
24
23
60
58
64
115
115
156
155
16
16
transferring music
troubleshooting
134
179
U
updates
UPIN code
— changing
UPUK code
USB data cable
useful information
184
20
158
20
81
183
V
video
— playing
video calls
video clips
— details
— playing
— shared
video sharing
— accepting invitation
— sharing live video
— sharing video clips
videos
— copying
virtual private network
— use in applications
voice calls
See calls
119
36, 38
123
136
135
39
41
40
40
16
153
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Index 205
voice commands
voice mail
— calling
— changing number
VPN
— access points
— use in applications
W
web browser
web connection
welcome note
WEP
— keys
— security settings
wireless LAN (WLAN)
WLAN
— 802.1x security settings
— advanced settings
— MAC address
— security settings
— settings
— WEP keys
— WPA security settings
WLAN (wireless local area
network)
WPA security settings
wrist strap
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