User`s Guide for Nokia 7373

User`s Guide for Nokia 7373
User's Guide for Nokia 7373
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Nokia Care Online
INTERACTIVE
DEMONSTRATIONS
The Nokia Care web support provides
you with more information on our
online services.
INTERACTIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
SOFTWARE
Learn how to set up your phone for
the first time, and find out more
about its features. Interactive
Demonstrations give step-by-step
instructions on using your phone.
USER’S GUIDE
The online User’s Guide contains
detailed information on your phone.
Remember to check regularly
for updates.
SOFTWARE
Make the most of your phone with
software for your phone and PC. Nokia
PC Suite connects your phone and PC
so you can manage your calendar,
contacts, music and images, while
other applications complement its use.
USER’S GUIDE
SETTINGS
SETTINGS
Certain phone functions, such as
multimedia messaging, mobile
browsing and email*, may require
settings before you can use them. Have
them sent to your phone free of charge.
*Not available on all phones.
HOW DO I USE MY PHONE?
The Set Up section, at www.nokia-asia.com/setup, helps you prepare your phone
for use. Familiarise yourself with phone functions and features by referring to the
Guides and Demos section at www.nokia-asia.com/guides.
HOW DO I SYNCHRONISE MY PHONE AND PC?
Connecting your phone to a compatible PC with the requisite Nokia PC Suite
version from www.nokia-asia.com/pcsuite lets you synchronise your calendar
and contacts.
WHERE CAN I GET SOFTWARE FOR MY PHONE?
Get more out of your phone with downloads from the Software section at
www.nokia-asia.com/software.
WHERE CAN I FIND ANSWERS TO COMMON QUESTIONS?
Look up the FAQ section at www.nokia-asia.com/faq for answers to your questions
on your phone and other Nokia products and services.
HOW DO I KEEP UP WITH NOKIA NEWS?
Subscribe online to Nokia Connections at www.nokia-asia.com/signup, and be
the first to know about the latest products, promotions and upcoming events.
Should you still require further assistance, please refer to
www.nokia-asia.com/contactus.
For additional information on repair services, please visit
www.nokia-asia.com/repair.
Please visit www.nokia-asia.com/support for details.
Content
For your safety ...................... 10
3. Call functions..................... 23
About your device...............................
Network services .................................
Shared memory....................................
Enhancements......................................
Make a call ...........................................
Speed dialing ....................................
Enhanced voice dialing..................
Answer or reject a call.......................
Call waiting.......................................
Options during a call..........................
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General information ............. 13
Access codes.........................................
Security code ....................................
PIN codes ...........................................
PUK codes ..........................................
Barring password.............................
Configuration settings service ........
Download content ..............................
Nokia support.......................................
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1. Get started......................... 15
Install SIM card and battery............
Insert a microSD card ........................
Charge the battery..............................
Open and close the phone................
Switch the phone on and off...........
Set the time and date ....................
Plug and play service......................
Antenna .................................................
Phone strap...........................................
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2. Your phone ........................ 19
Keys and parts......................................
Standby mode ......................................
Display ................................................
Power saving.....................................
Active standby..................................
Shortcuts in the standby mode ...
Indicators ...........................................
Flight mode...........................................
Keypad lock (keyguard) .....................
Functions without a SIM card.........
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4. Write text .......................... 25
Traditional text input......................... 25
Predictive text input .......................... 25
5. Navigate the menus .......... 26
6. Messaging .......................... 27
Text message........................................
Write and send a message............
Read and reply to a message .......
Multimedia message..........................
Write and send a multimedia
message..............................................
Write and send a multimedia
plus message.....................................
Message sending .............................
Read and reply to a message .......
Flash messages ....................................
Write a message ..............................
Receive a message ..........................
Nokia Xpress audio messaging........
Create a message ............................
Listen to a message ........................
Memory full ..........................................
Folders....................................................
E-mail application ..............................
Setting wizard ..................................
Write and send an e-mail .............
Download e-mail .............................
Read and reply to e-mail...............
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E-mail folders....................................
Spam filter .........................................
Instant messaging ...............................
Access..................................................
Connect...............................................
Sessions...............................................
Add IM contacts...............................
Block or unblock messages ...........
Groups .................................................
Voice messages ....................................
Info messages .......................................
Service commands ..............................
Delete messages ..................................
SIM messages .......................................
Message settings .................................
General settings ...............................
Text messages ...................................
Multimedia messages .....................
E-mail messages...............................
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7. Contacts ............................. 41
Search for a contact ...........................
Save names and phone numbers ....
Save details ...........................................
Copy or move contacts ......................
Edit contact details.............................
Synchronize all.....................................
Delete contacts ....................................
Business cards ......................................
Settings ..................................................
Groups.....................................................
Speed dials ............................................
Info, service, and my numbers.........
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Display ....................................................
Time and date.......................................
My shortcuts.........................................
Left selection key .............................
Right selection key ..........................
Navigation key..................................
Voice commands ..............................
Connectivity..........................................
Bluetooth wireless technology.....
Packet data........................................
Data transfer .....................................
USB data cable .................................
Call...........................................................
Phone ......................................................
Enhancements ......................................
Configuration .......................................
Security ..................................................
Restore factory settings ....................
Phone software updates....................
Settings...............................................
Request a software update ...........
Install a software update...............
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10. Operator menu ............... 57
11. Gallery ............................. 58
Print images ..........................................
Memory card.........................................
Format the memory card ...............
Lock the memory card ....................
Check memory consumption ........
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12. Media .............................. 60
Camera and video................................
Take an image...................................
Record a video clip ..........................
Camera and video options.............
Media player .........................................
Configuration for a streaming
service .................................................
Music player..........................................
Playing the music tracks................
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8. Call log ............................... 44
Location information.......................... 44
9. Settings .............................. 45
Profiles.................................................... 45
Themes.................................................... 45
Tones ....................................................... 45
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Music player options ......................
Radio.......................................................
Save radio frequencies...................
Listen to the radio...........................
Voice recorder......................................
Record sound ....................................
Equalizer................................................
Stereo widening ..................................
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13. Organizer......................... 66
Alarm clock...........................................
Stop the alarm..................................
Calendar.................................................
Make a calendar note ....................
Note alarm.........................................
To-do list ...............................................
Notes ......................................................
Calculator..............................................
Countdown timer................................
Stopwatch.............................................
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14. Applications .................... 69
Launch a game ....................................
Launch an application .......................
Application options ............................
Download an application..................
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15. Web ................................. 71
Set up browsing ..................................
Connect to a service...........................
Browse pages .......................................
Browse with phone keys................
Direct calling.....................................
Bookmarks.............................................
Receive a bookmark........................
Appearance settings...........................
Security settings..................................
Cookies ...............................................
Scripts over secure connection....
Download settings..............................
Service inbox ........................................
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Service inbox settings ....................
Cache memory .....................................
Browser security..................................
Security module...............................
Certificates ........................................
Digital signature ..............................
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16. SIM services .................... 77
17. PC connectivity ............... 78
Nokia PC Suite .....................................
Packet data, HSCSD, and CSD .........
Bluetooth ..............................................
Data communication applications.
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18. Battery information ....... 80
Charging and discharging ................ 80
Nokia battery authentication
guidelines .............................................. 81
19. Genuine Enhancements.. 83
Power......................................................
Wireless Headset.................................
Nokia Bluetooth Headset
BH-700...............................................
Car Solutions - Plug-in solutions...
Nokia Plug-in Car Handsfree
HF-3 ....................................................
Headsets - Wired Headset................
Nokia Fashion Stereo Headset
HS-31..................................................
Memory card ........................................
Nokia 512 MB microSD Card
MU-28 ................................................
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Care and maintenance .......... 85
Additional safety
information ............................ 86
Operating environment .....................
Medical devices ...................................
Pacemakers .......................................
Hearing aids ......................................
Vehicles..................................................
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Potentially explosive
environments ........................................
Emergency calls ...................................
To make an emergency call: .........
Certification information (SAR).......
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Index ........................................ 90
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For your 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 phone
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 phones may be
susceptible to
interference, which could
affect performance.
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any restrictions.
Switch the phone off near
medical equipment.
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Follow any restrictions.
Wireless devices can cause
interference in aircraft.
SWITCH OFF WHEN
REFUELLING
Do not use the phone at a
refuelling point. Do not
use near fuel or chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR
BLASTING
Follow any restrictions. Do
not use the phone where
blasting is in progress.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in the normal
position as explained in
the product
documentation. Do not
touch the antenna
unnecessarily.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel
may install or repair this
product.
ENHANCEMENTS AND
BATTERIES
Use only approved
enhancements and
batteries. Do not connect
incompatible products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your phone is not waterresistant. Keep it dry.
BACK-UP COPIES
Remember to make backup copies or keep a written
record of all important
information stored in your
phone.
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CONNECTING TO OTHER
DEVICES
When connecting to any
other device, read its user
guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not
connect incompatible
products.
EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone is
switched on and in service.
Press the end key as many
times as needed to clear
the display and return to
the start screen. Enter the
emergency number, then
press the call key. Give
your location. Do not end
the call until given
permission to do so.
■ About your device
The wireless device described in this
guide is approved for use on the EGSM
900 and GSM 1800 and 1900
networks. Contact your service
provider for more information about
networks.
When using the features in this device,
obey all laws and respect the privacy
and legitimate rights of others.
When taking and using images or video
clips, obey all laws and respect local
customs as well as privacy and
legitimate rights of others including
copyrights.
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.
■ Network services
To use the phone you must have
service from a wireless service provider.
Many of the features in this device
depend on features in the wireless
network to function. These network
services may not be available on all
networks or you may have to make
specific arrangements with your
service provider before you can utilize
network services. Your service provider
may need to give you additional
instructions for their use and explain
what charges will apply. Some
networks may have limitations that
affect how you can use network
services. For instance, some networks
may not support all languagedependent characters and services.
Your service provider may have
requested that certain features be
disabled or not activated in your
device. If so, they will not appear on
your device menu. Your device may
also have been specially configured for
your network provider. This
configuration may include changes in
menu names, menu order and icons.
Contact your service provider for more
information.
This device supports WAP 2.0 protocols
(HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP
protocols. Some features of this device,
such as multimedia messaging service
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(MMS), browsing, e-mail application,
instant messaging, presence enhanced
contacts, remote synchronization, and
content downloading using the
browser or MMS, require network
support for these technologies.
■ Enhancements
■ Shared memory
• When you disconnect the power
cord of any accessory or
enhancement, grasp and pull the
plug, not the cord.
The following features in this device
may share memory: gallery, contacts,
text messages, multimedia messages,
and instant messages, e-mail,
calendar, to-do notes, JavaTM games
and applications, and notes
application. Use of one or more of
these features may reduce the memory
available for the remaining features
sharing memory. For example, saving
many Java applications may use all of
the available memory. Your device may
display a message that the memory is
full when you try to use a shared
memory feature. In this case, delete
some of the information or entries
stored in the shared memory features
before continuing. Some of the
features, such as text messages, may
have a certain amount of memory
specially allotted to them in addition
to the memory shared with other
features.
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A few practical rules about accessories
and enhancements:
• Keep all accessories and
enhancements out of the reach of
small children.
• Check regularly that enhancements
installed in a vehicle are mounted
and are operating properly.
• Installation of any complex car
enhancements must be made by
qualified personnel only.
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General information
■ Access codes
PUK codes
Security code
The security code (5 to 10 digits)
helps to protect your phone
against unauthorized use. The
preset code is 12345. To change
the code, and to set the phone to
request the code, see ”Security”
p. 54.
PIN codes
The personal identification
number (PIN) code and the
universal personal identification
number (UPIN) code (4 to 8 digits)
help to protect your SIM card
against unauthorized use. See
”Security” p. 54.
The PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) may
be supplied with the SIM card and
is required for some functions.
The module PIN is required to
access the information in the
security module. See ”Security
module” p. 75.
The signing PIN is required for the
digital signature. See ”Digital
signature” p. 76.
The personal unblocking key (PUK)
code and the universal personal
unblocking key (UPUK) code (8
digits) is required to change a
blocked PIN code and UPIN code,
respectively. The PUK2 code (8
digits) is required to change a
blocked PIN2 code. If the codes are
not supplied with the SIM card,
contact your local service provider
for the codes.
Barring password
The barring password (4 digits) is
required when using the Call
barring service. See ”Security”
p. 54.
■ Configuration
settings service
To use some of the network
services, such as mobile Internet
services, MMS, Nokia Xpress audio
messaging, or remote Internet
server synchronization, your
phone needs the correct
configuration settings. For more
information on availability,
contact your network operator,
service provider, nearest
authorized Nokia dealer, or visit
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the support area on the Nokia Web
site, www.nokia-asia.com/support.
When you have received the
settings as a configuration
message, and the settings are not
automatically saved and activated,
Configuration settings received is
displayed.
To save the settings, select Show >
Save. If required, enter the PIN
code supplied by the service
provider.
■ Nokia support
For the latest version of this guide,
downloads, services and additional
information related to your Nokia
product, please visit www.nokiaasia.com/7373/support or your
local Nokia web site. You may also
download free configuration
settings such as MMS, GPRS,
e-mail, and other services for your
phone model at www.nokiaasia.com/phonesettings.
To discard the received settings,
select Exit or Show > Discard.
Should you still require assistance,
please refer to www.nokiaasia.com/contactus.
■ Download content
To check for the nearest Nokia care
center location for maintenance
services, you may like to visit
www.nokia-asia.com/repair.
You may be able to download new
content (for example, themes) to
the phone (network service). You
may also be able to download
updates of phone software
(network service). See ”Phone”
p. 52, Phone updates.
For the availability of different
services, pricing, and tariffs,
contact your service provider.
Important: Use only
services that you trust and
that offer adequate
security and protection
against harmful software.
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1. Get started
■ Install SIM card and
battery
Remove the battery as shown (2).
Open (3) the SIM card holder.
Always switch the device off and
disconnect the charger before
removing the battery.
Keep all SIM cards and memory
cards out of the reach of small
children.
For availability and information on
using SIM card services, contact
your SIM card vendor. This may be
the service provider, network
operator, or other vendor.
This device is intended for use with
BL-4B battery. Always use original
Nokia batteries. See ”Nokia battery
authentication guidelines” p. 81.
Insert the SIM card properly into
the holder (4). Close the SIM card
holder (5), and slightly press the
holder to lock it (6).
Replace the battery (7). Observe
the battery contacts. Slide the
back cover into its place (8, 9).
The SIM card and its contacts can
easily be damaged by scratches or
bending, so be careful when
handling, inserting, or removing
the card.
To remove the back cover of the
phone, press and slide the cover
(1).
■ Insert a microSD card
Keep all microSD
memory cards out of
the reach of small
children.
Switch the phone off, and remove
the back cover and the battery of
the phone.
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Slide the memory card holder to
unlock (1) and open the card
holder (2).
Insert the memory card into the
card holder with the contact
surface facing backwards (3), and
close the card holder (4).
Slide the card holder to lock it (5).
function correctly or be fully
compatible with this device.
■ Charge the battery
Check the model number of any
charger before use with this
device. This device is intended for
use when supplied with power
from an AC-3 charger.
Warning: Use only
batteries, chargers, and
enhancements 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.
Replace the battery and close the
back cover of the phone.
Use only compatible microSD
cards with this device. Other
memory cards, such as Reduced
Size MultiMedia cards, do not fit
in the microSD card slot and are
not compatible with this device.
Using an incompatible memory
card may damage the memory
card as well as the device, and
data stored on the incompatible
card may be corrupted.
Use only microSD cards approved
by Nokia for use with this device.
Nokia utilizes the approved
industry standards for memory
cards but not all other brands may
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For availability of approved
enhancements, please check with
your dealer. When you disconnect
the power cord of any
enhancement, grasp and pull the
plug, not the cord.
1. Connect the charger to a wall
socket.
2. Connect the lead from the
charger to the socket on the
bottom of your phone.
If the battery is completely
discharged, it may take a few
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minutes before the charging
indicator appears on the display or
before any calls can be made.
The charging time depends on the
charger used. Charging a BL-4B
battery with the AC-3 charger
takes approximately 2 hours and
20 minutes while the phone is in
the standby mode.
■ Open and close the
phone
To open the phone rotate the
upper part to the right (1) or to the
left until it snaps into place.
To close the phone, rotate the
upper part down in the opposite
direction (2).
To switch off a tone that sounds
when you open and close the
phone, see ”Tones” p. 45.
■ Switch the phone on
and off
Warning: Do not switch
the phone on when
wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may
cause interference or
danger.
Press and hold the power key. See
”Keys and parts” p. 19. If the phone
asks for a PIN or a UPIN code,
enter the code (displayed as ****),
and select OK.
Set the time and date
Enter the local time, select the
time zone of your location in terms
of the time difference with respect
to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT),
and enter the date. See ”Time and
date” p. 46.
Important: When you
open the phone, rotate the
upper part 180 degrees to
the left or right. Do not
rotate the upper part more
than 180 degrees. If you
force the upper part more
than 180 degrees in either
direction, the phone will
be damaged.
Plug and play service
When you switch on your phone
for the first time, and the phone is
in the standby mode, you are asked
to get the configuration settings
from your service provider
(network service). Confirm or
decline the query. See "Connect to
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Get started
support," p. 54, and
”Configuration settings service”
p. 13.
■ Antenna
Your device has an internal
antenna.
■ Phone strap
Thread a strap
through the
eyelet of the
phone as
shown in the
picture and tighten it.
Note: As with any other
radio transmitting device,
do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily when the
device is switched on.
Contact with the antenna
affects call quality and
may cause the device to
operate at a higher power
level than otherwise
needed. Avoiding contact
with the antenna area
when operating the
device optimizes the
antenna performance and
the battery life.
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Your phone
2. Your phone
■ Keys and parts
Keypad (10)
Microphone (11)
Phone strap eyelet (12)
Charger connector (13)
Pop-PortTM connector (14)
Camera lens (15)
Power key (16)
Camera key (17)
■ Standby mode
When the phone is ready for use,
and you have not entered any
characters, the phone is in the
standby mode.
Earpiece (1)
Twin stereo speakers (2)
Left selection key (3)
Display
Middle selection key (4)
Right selection key (5)
Signal strength of the cellular
network (1)
Volume key and zoom key (6)
Battery charge status (2)
4-way scroll key (7)
Indicators (3)
Call key (8)
Name of the network or the
operator logo (4)
End key (9)
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Your phone
Active standby
In the active standby mode there is
a list of selected phone features
and information on the screen
that you can directly access. To
switch it on or off, select Menu >
Settings > Display > Active
standby > Active standby mode >
On or Off.
Clock (5)
Main screen (6)
Function of left selection key (7) is
Go to or a shortcut to another
function. See ”Left selection key”
p. 47.
Function of middle selection key
(8) is Menu
Function of right selection key (9)
is Music or a shortcut to another
function. See”Right selection key”
p. 47. Operator variants may have
an operator-specific name to
access an operator-specific Web
site.
Power saving
Your phone has some features in
order to save battery power in
standby mode if the phone is not
active. These features may be
activated or not. See Power saver
and Sleep mode in ”Display” p. 45.
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In the standby mode, scroll up or
down to activate the navigation in
the list, and select Select or View.
Left and right arrows at the
beginning and end of a line
indicate that further information
is available by scrolling left or
right. To end the active standby
navigation mode, select Exit.
To organize and change the active
standby mode, activate the
navigation mode, and select
Options and from the available
options.
Shortcuts in the standby
mode
• To access the list of dialed
numbers, press the call key
once. Scroll to the number or
name that you want; and to
call the number, press the call
key.
• To open the web browser, press
and hold 0.
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• To call your voice mailbox,
press and hold 1.
• Use the scroll key as a shortcut.
See ”My shortcuts” p. 47.
Indicators
/
The phone is registered to
the GPRS or EGPRS
network.
/
A GPRS or EGPRS
connection is established.
/
The GPRS or EGPRS
connection is suspended
(on hold).
You have unread messages
in the Inbox folder.
A Bluetooth connection is
active.
You have unsent, canceled
or failed messages in the
Outbox folder.
If you have two phone
lines, the second phone
line is selected.
The phone registered a
missed call.
/
All incoming calls are
diverted to another
number.
Your phone is connected
to the instant messaging
service, and the
availability status is online
or offline.
The loudspeakers are
activated, or the music
stand is connected to the
phone.
You received one or
several instant messages.
Calls are limited to a
closed user group.
The keypad is locked.
The phone does not ring
for an incoming call or
text message.
The alarm clock is
activated
The timed profile is
selected.
,
The countdown timer is
running.
,
, or
A headset, hands-free,
loopset, or music stand
enhancement is
connected to the phone.
The stopwatch is running
in the background.
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■ Flight mode
You can deactivate all radio
frequency functionality and still
have access to offline games,
calendar, and phone numbers. Use
the flight mode in radio sensitive
environments—on board aircraft
or in hospitals. When the flight
mode is active,
is shown.
Select Menu > Settings > Profiles
> Flight > Activate or Personalise.
To deactivate the flight mode,
select any other profile.
In the flight mode you can make
an emergency call. Enter the
emergency number, press the call
key, and select Yes when asked
Exit flight profile? The phone
attempts to make an emergency
call.
■ Keypad lock
(keyguard)
When you end or reject the call,
the keypad automatically locks.
For Automatic keyguard and
Security keyguard, see ”Phone”
p. 52.
When the keyguard is on, calls
may be possible to the official
emergency number programmed
into your device.
■ Functions without a
SIM card
Several functions of your phone
may be used without installing a
SIM card (for example, the data
transfer with a compatible PC or
another compatible device). Some
functions appear dimmed in the
menus and cannot be used.
For an emergency call, some
networks may require that a valid
SIM card is properly inserted in the
device.
To prevent accidental keypresses,
select Menu, and press * within
3.5 seconds to lock the keypad.
To unlock the keypad, select
Unlock, and press * within 1.5
seconds. If the Security keyguard
is set On, enter the security code if
requested.
To answer a call when the
keyguard is on, press the call key.
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Call functions
3. Call functions
■ Make a call
Speed dialing
1. Enter the phone number,
including the area code.
Assign a phone number to one of
the speed-dialing keys, 2 to 9. See
”Speed dials” p. 43. Call the
number in either of the following
ways:
For international calls, press *
twice for the international
prefix (the + character replaces
the international access code),
enter the country code, the
area code without the leading
0, if necessary, and the phone
number.
2. To call the number, press the
call key.
To adjust the volume in a call,
press the volume up or down
key.
3. To end the call or to cancel the
call attempt, press the end key,
or close the phone.
To search for a name or phone
number that you have saved in
Contacts, see ”Search for a
contact” p. 41. Press the call key to
call the number.
To access the list of dialed
numbers, press the call key once in
the standby mode. To call the
number, select a number or name,
and press the call key.
• Press a speed-dialing key, then
the call key.
• If Speed dialling is set to On,
press and hold a speed-dialing
key until the call begins. See
Speed dialling in ”Call” p. 51.
Enhanced voice dialing
You can make a phone call by
saying the name that is saved in
the contact list of the phone. Voice
commands are languagedependent. To set the language,
see Recognition lang. in ”Phone”
p. 52.
Note: Using voice tags
may be difficult in a noisy
environment or during an
emergency, so you should
not rely solely upon voice
dialing in all
circumstances.
1. In the standby mode, press and
hold the right selection key, or
press and hold the volume
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down key. A short tone is
played, and Speak now is
displayed.
2. Say the voice command clearly.
If the voice recognition is
successful, a list with matches
is shown. The phone plays the
voice command of the match
on the top of the list. If the
result is not the correct one,
scroll to another entry.
Using voice commands to carry
out a selected phone function
is similar to voice dialing. See
Voice commands in ”My
shortcuts” p. 47.
■ Options during a call
Many of the options that you can
use during a call are network
services. For availability, contact
your service provider.
During a call, select Options and
from the following options:
Call options are Mute or Unmute,
Contacts, Menu, Lock keypad,
Record, Voice clarity, Loudspeaker
or Handset.
Network services options are
Answer or Reject, Hold or Unhold,
New call, Add to conference, End
call, End all calls, and the following:
Send DTMF — to send tone strings
■ Answer or reject a call
To answer an incoming call, press
the call key, or open the phone. To
end the call, press the end key, or
close the phone.
To reject an incoming call, press
the end key. To mute the ringing
tone, select Silence.
Swap — to switch between the
active call and the call on hold
Transfer — to connect a call on
hold to an active call and
disconnect yourself
Conference — to make a
conference call
Private call — to discuss privately
in a conference call
Call waiting
To answer the waiting call during
an active call (network service),
press the call key. The first call is
put on hold. To end the active call,
press the end key.
To activate the Call waiting
function, see ”Call” p. 51.
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Warning: Do not hold the
device near your ear when
the loudspeaker is in use,
because the volume may
be extremely loud.
Write text
4. Write text
To enter text (for example, when
writing messages), use traditional
or predictive text input. When you
write text, press and hold Options
to toggle between traditional text
input, indicated by
, and
predictive text input, indicated by
. Not all languages are
supported by predictive text input.
The character cases are indicated
by
,
, and
. To change
the character case, press #. To
change from the letter to number
mode, indicated by
, press and
hold #, and select Number mode.
To change from the number to the
letter mode, press and hold #.
To set the writing language, select
Options > Writing language.
■ Traditional text input
Press a number key, 1 to 9,
repeatedly until the desired
character appears. The characters
available depend on the selected
writing language. If the next letter
you want is located on the same
key as the present one, wait until
the cursor appears and enter the
letter. The most common
punctuation marks and special
characters are available under the
number key 1.
■ Predictive text input
Predictive text input is based on a
built-in dictionary to which you
can also add new words.
1. Start writing a word, using the
keys 2 to 9. Press each key only
once for one letter.
2. When you finish writing the
word and it is correct, to
confirm it by adding a space,
press 0.
If the word is not correct, press
* repeatedly, and select the
word from the list.
If the ? character is displayed
after the word, the word you
intended to write is not in the
dictionary. To add the word to
the dictionary, select Spell.
Enter the word using
traditional text input, and
select Save.
To write compound words, enter
the first part of the word, and
press the scroll key right to
confirm it. Write the last part of
the word, and confirm the word.
3. Start writing the next word.
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Navigate the menus
5. Navigate the menus
The phone offers you an extensive
range of functions, which are
grouped into menus.
1. To access the menu, select
Menu.
To change the menu view,
select Options > Main menu
view > List, Grid, Grid with
labels, or Tab.
To rearrange the menu, scroll to
the menu you want to move,
and select Options > Organise
> Move. Scroll to where you
want to move the menu, and
select OK. To save the change,
select Done > Yes.
2. Scroll through the menu, and
select an option (for example,
Settings).
3. If the selected menu contains
further submenus, select the
one that you want (for
example, Call).
4. If the selected menu contains
further submenus, repeat
step 3.
5. Select the setting of your
choice.
6. To return to the previous menu
level, select Back. To exit the
menu, select Exit.
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Messaging
6. Messaging
You can read, write, send, and save
text, multimedia, e-mail, audio,
and flash messages. All messages
are organized into folders.
■ Text message
With the short message service
(SMS) you can send and receive
text messages, and receive
messages that can contain
pictures (network service).
Before you can send any text or
SMS e-mail message, you must
save your message center number.
See ”Message settings” p. 38.
To check SMS e-mail service
availability and to subscribe to the
service, contact your service
provider. To save an e-mail address
in Contacts, see ”Save details”
p. 41.
Your device supports the sending
of text messages beyond the
character limit for a single
message. Longer messages will be
sent as a series of two or more
messages. Your service provider
may charge accordingly.
Characters that use accents or
other marks, and characters from
some language options like
Chinese, take up more space
limiting the number of characters
that can be sent in a single
message.
An indicator at the top of the
display shows the total number of
characters left and the number of
messages needed for sending. For
example, 673/2 means that there
are 673 characters left and that
the message will be sent as a
series of 2 messages.
Write and send a message
1. Select Menu > Messaging >
Create message > Text
message.
2. Enter one or more phone
numbers or e-mail addresses in
the To: field. To retrieve a
phone number or e-mail
address from a memory, select
Add.
3. For a SMS e-mail, enter a
subject in the Subject: field.
4. Write your message in the
Message: field.
5. To send the message, select
Send. See ”Message sending”
p. 29.
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Read and reply to a
message
Write and send a
multimedia message
1. To view a received message,
select Show. To view it later,
select Exit.
The wireless network may limit the
size of MMS messages. If the
inserted image exceeds this limit,
the device may make it smaller so
that it can be sent by MMS.
To read the message later,
select Menu > Messaging >
Inbox.
is shown if you have
unread messages in Inbox.
2. To reply to a message, select
Reply and the message type.
3. Create the reply message.
4. To send the message, select
Send. See ”Message sending”
p. 29.
■ Multimedia message
Note: 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 can
contain some attachments.
To check availability and to
subscribe to the multimedia
messaging service (MMS), contact
your service provider. See
”Message settings” p. 38.
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1. Select Menu > Messaging >
Create message > Multimedia.
2. Write your message.
Your phone supports
multimedia messages that
contain several pages (slides). A
message can contain a
calendar note and a business
card as attachments. A slide
can contain text, one image,
and one sound clip; or text and
a video clip. To insert a slide in
the message, select New; or
select Options > Insert > Slide.
To insert a file in the message,
select Insert; or select Options
> Insert.
3. To view the message before
sending it, select Options >
Preview.
4. To send the message, select
Send. See ”Message sending”
p. 29.
5. Enter one or more phone
numbers or e-mail addresses in
the To: field. To retrieve a
phone number or e-mail
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address from a memory, select
Add.
6. To send the message, select
Send. See ”Message sending”
p. 29.
5. To view the message before
sending it, select Options >
Preview.
6. To send the message, select
Send. See ”Message sending”
p. 29.
Write and send a
multimedia plus message
Message sending
The wireless network may limit the
size of MMS messages. If the
inserted image exceeds this limit,
the device may make it smaller so
that it can be sent by MMS.
Copyright protections may prevent
some images, music (including
ringing tones), and other content
from being copied, modified,
transferred or forwarded.
Any content can be added to the
multimedia plus message. Such
content might be images, video
clips, sound clips, business cards,
calendar notes, themes, streaming
links, or even unsupported files
(for example, files received with an
e-mail).
To send the message, select Send.
The phone saves the message in
the Outbox folder, and the sending
starts.
3. Enter a subject and write your
message.
Note: When the phone is
sending the message, the
animated
is shown.
This is an indication that
the message has been sent
by your device to the
message center number
programmed into your
device. This is not an
indication that the
message has been
received at the intended
destination. For more
details about messaging
services, check with your
service provider.
4. To add a file, select Insert and
from the options.
If an interruption occurs while the
message is being sent, the phone
1. Select Menu > Messaging >
Create message > Multimedia
plus.
2. Enter one or more phone
numbers or e-mail addresses in
the To: field. To retrieve a
phone number or e-mail
address from a memory, select
Add.
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tries to resend the message a few
times. If these attempts fail, the
message remains in the Outbox
folder. To cancel the sending of the
messages in the Outbox folder,
scroll to the desired message, and
select Options > Cancel sending.
Read and reply to a
message
Important: Exercise
caution when opening
messages. Multimedia
message objects may
contain malicious
software or otherwise be
harmful to your device or
PC.
1. To view the received message,
select Show. To view it later,
select Exit.
2. To view the whole message if
the received message contains
a presentation, select Play.
To view the files in the
presentation or the
attachments, select Options >
Objects or Attachments.
3. To reply to the message, select
Options > Reply and the
message type.
4. Create the reply message.
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5. To send the message, select
Send. See ”Message sending”
p. 29.
■ Flash messages
Flash messages are text messages
that are instantly displayed upon
reception. Flash messages are not
automatically saved.
Write a message
Select Menu > Messaging >
Create message > Flash message.
Enter the recipient’s phone
number and write your message.
The maximum length of a flash
message is 70 characters. To insert
a blinking text into the message,
select Options > Insert blink
charact. to set a marker. The text
behind the marker blinks. To end
the blinking text range insert a
second marker.
Receive a message
A received flash message is
indicated with Message: and a
few words from the beginning of
the message. To read the message,
select Read. To extract numbers
and addresses from the current
message, select Options > Use
detail. To save the message, select
Save and the folder in which you
want to save it.
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■ Nokia Xpress audio
messaging
You can use the MMS to create
and send a audio message in a
convenient way. MMS must be
activated before you can use audio
messages.
Create a message
1. Select Menu > Messaging >
Create message > Audio
message. The recorder opens.
To use the recorder, see ”Voice
recorder” p. 64.
2. Record your message.
3. Enter one or more phone
numbers in the To: field, or
select Add to retrieve a
number.
4. To send the message, select
Send.
Listen to a message
To open a received audio message,
select Play; or if more than one
message is received, select Show
> Play. To listen to the message
later, select Exit.
■ Memory full
When you receive a message, and
the memory for the messages is
full, Memory full. Unable to
receive messages. is shown. To
first delete old messages, select
OK > Yes and the folder. Scroll to
the desired message, and select
Delete. If more messages are to be
deleted, select Mark. Mark all the
messages you want to delete, and
select Options > Delete marked.
■ Folders
The phone saves received
messages in the Inbox folder.
Messages that have not yet been
sent are saved in the Outbox
folder.
To set the phone to save the sent
messages in the Sent items folder,
see Save sent messages in
”General settings” p. 38.
To edit and send messages that
you have written and saved in the
Drafts folder, select Menu >
Messaging > Drafts.
You can move your messages to
the Saved items folder. To
organize your Saved items
subfolders, select Menu >
Messaging > Saved items. To add
a folder, select Options > Add
folder. To delete or rename a
folder, scroll to the desired folder,
and select Options > Delete folder
or Rename folder.
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Your phone has templates. To
create a new template, save a
message as a template. To access
the template list, select Menu >
Messaging > Saved items >
Templates.
■ E-mail application
To activate the e-mail settings,
select Menu > Messaging >
Message settings > E-mail
messages. See ”E-mail messages”
p. 40.
This application does not support
keypad tones.
The e-mail application uses a
packet data connection (network
service) to allow you to access
your e-mail account. This e-mail
application is different from the
SMS e-mail function. To use the email function on your phone, you
need a compatible e-mail system.
Setting wizard
You can write, send, and read email with your phone. Your phone
supports POP3 and IMAP4 e-mail
servers.
The Manage accounts options
allow you to add, delete, and
change the e-mail settings.
Before you can send and retrieve
any e-mail messages, you must
obtain a new e-mail account or
use your current account. To check
the availability of your e-mail
account, contact your e-mail
service provider.
Write and send an e-mail
Check your e-mail settings with
your e-mail service provider. You
may receive the e-mail
configuration settings as a
configuration message. See
”Configuration settings service”
p. 13.
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The setting wizard will start
automatically if no e-mail settings
are defined in the phone. To enter
the settings manually, select
Menu > Messaging > E-mail >
Options > Manage accounts >
Options > New.
You can write your e-mail message
before connecting to the e-mail
service; or connect to the service
first, then write and send your email.
1. Select Menu > Messaging >
E-mail > Write new e-mail.
2. If more than one e-mail
account is defined, select the
account from which you want
to send the e-mail.
3. Enter the recipient’s e-mail
address, write the subject, and
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enter the e-mail message. To
attach a file from Gallery,
select Options > Attach file.
4. To send the e-mail message,
select Send > Send now.
To save the e-mail in the
Outbox folder to be sent later,
select Send > Send later.
To edit or continue writing your
e-mail later, select Options >
Save as draft. The e-mail is
saved in Outboxes > Drafts.
To send the e-mail later, select
Menu > Messaging > E-mail >
Options > Send e-mail or
Send/check e-mail.
Download e-mail
1. To download e-mail messages
that have been sent to your email account, select Menu >
Messaging > E-mail > Check
new e-mail.
If more than one e-mail
account is defined, select the
account from which you want
to download the e-mail.
The e-mail application only
downloads e-mail headers at
first.
2. Select Back > Inboxes, the
account name, and the new
message, and select Retrieve
to download the complete
e-mail message.
To download new e-mail messages
and to send e-mail that has been
saved in the Outbox folder, select
Options > Send/check e-mail.
Read and reply to e-mail
Important: Exercise
caution when opening
messages. E-mail
messages may contain
malicious software or
otherwise be harmful to
your device or PC.
1. Select Menu > Messaging >
E-mail > Inboxes, the account
name, and the desired
message.
2. To reply to an e-mail, select
Reply > Original text or Empty
message. To reply to many,
select Options > Reply to all.
Confirm or edit the e-mail
address and subject; then write
your reply.
3. To send the message, select
Send > Send now.
E-mail folders
Your phone saves e-mail that you
have downloaded from your
e-mail account in the Inboxes
folder. The Inboxes folder contains
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the following folders: “Account
name” for incoming e-mail,
Archive for archiving e-mail,
Custom 1—Custom 3 for sorting
e-mail, and Junk where all spam
e-mail is stored. The Outboxes
folder contains the following
folders: Drafts for saving
unfinished e-mail, Outbox for
saving e-mail that has not been
sent, and Sent items for saving
e-mail that has been sent.
short, simple text messages to
online users. You have to subscribe
to a service and register with the
IM service you want to use. For
more information about signing
up for IM services, contact your
service provider.
To set the required settings for the
IM service, see Connection
settings in ”Access” p. 34. The
icons and texts on the display may
vary, depending on the IM service.
To manage the folders and their email content, select Options to
view the available options of each
folder.
Note: Depending on your
IM service, you may not
have access to all of the
features described in this
guide.
Spam filter
To activate and define a spam
filter, select Options > Spam filter
> Settings in the main e-mail idle
screen. The spam filter allows you
to put specific senders on a black
or white list. Black list sender
messages are filtered to the Junk
folder. Unknown and white list
sender messages are downloaded
into the account inbox. To blacklist
a sender, select the e-mail
message in the Inboxes folder and
Options > Blacklist sender.
■ Instant messaging
With instant messaging (IM)
(network service) you can send
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Access
Select Menu > Messaging > IMs.
IMs may be replaced by another
term depending on the service
provider. If more than one set of
connection settings for IM service
is available, select the one you
want. Select from the following
options:
Login — to connect to the IM
service. To set the phone to
automatically connect to the IM
service when you switch on the
phone; in the login session, select
Automatic login: > On, or select
Menu > Messaging > IMs,
connect to the IM service, and
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select Options > Settings >
Automatic login > On.
Saved conversations — to view,
erase, or rename the conversations
that you saved during an IM
session
Connection settings — to edit the
settings needed for messaging and
presence connection
Connect
To connect to the service, access
the instant messages menu, select
the IM service, if needed, and
select Login.
To disconnect from the IM service,
select Options > Logout.
Sessions
When connected to the service,
your status, as seen by others, is
shown in a status line: My status:
Online, My status: Busy or Status:
Appear off.. To change your own
status, select Change.
Below the status line there are
three folders that contain your
contacts and showing their status:
Conversations, Online and
Offline. To expand the folder,
highlight it, and select Expand (or
scroll right); to collapse the folder,
select Collapse (or scroll left).
Conversations — shows the list of
new and read instant messages or
invitations to IM during the active
IM session.
indicates a new group
message.
indicates a read group
message.
indicates a new instant
message.
indicates a read instant
message.
indicates an invitation.
The icons and texts on the display
depends on the IM service.
Online — shows the number of
contacts that are online
Offline — shows the number of
contacts that are offline
To start a conversation, expand the
Online or the Offline folder, scroll
to the contact with whom you
would like to chat, and select
Chat. To answer an invitation, or
to reply to a message, expand the
Conversations folder, scroll to the
contact to whom you would like to
chat, and select Open. To add
contacts, see ”Add IM contacts”
p. 36.
Groups > Public groups (not
visible if groups are not supported
by the network) — The list of
bookmarks to public groups
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provided by the service provider is
displayed. To start a IM session
with a group, scroll to a group, and
select Join. Enter the screen name
that you want to use as your
nickname in the conversation.
When you have successfully joined
the group conversation, you can
start a group conversation. You
can create a private group. See
”Groups” p. 37.
Search > Users or Groups — to
search for other IM users or public
groups on the network by phone
number, screen name, e-mail
address, or name. If you select
Groups, you can search for a group
by a member in the group, or by
group name, topic, or ID.
Options > Chat or Join group — to
start the conversation when you
have found the user or the group
that you want
Accept or reject an invitation
If you receive a new invitation, to
read it, select Read. If more than
one invitation is received, select
an invitation and Open. To join the
private group conversation, select
Accept, and enter the screen
name you want to use as your
nickname. To reject or delete the
invitation, select Options > Reject
or Delete.
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Read an instant message
If you receive a new message that
is not a message associated with
an active conversation, New
instant message is displayed. To
read it, select Read. If more than
one message is received, select a
message and Open.
New messages received during an
active conversation are held in IMs
> Conversations. If you receive a
message from someone who is not
in IM contacts, the sender ID is
displayed. To save a new contact
that is not in the phone memory,
select Options > Save contact.
Participate in a conversation
To join or start an IM session, write
your message, and select Send.
If you receive a new message
during a conversation from a
person who is not taking part in
the current conversation,
is
displayed, and the phone sounds
an alert tone.
Write your message, and select
Send. Your message is displayed,
and the reply message is displayed
below your message.
Add IM contacts
When connected to the IM service,
in the IM main menu, select
Options > Add contact > By
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mobile number, Enter ID
manually, Search from server, or
Copy from server (depending on
service provider).
your screen name as your
nickname for the group. To delete
a group from your list, select
Options > Delete group.
Scroll to a contact. To start a
conversation, select Chat.
To search for a group, select
Groups > Public groups > Search
groups.
Block or unblock messages
When you are in a conversation
and want to block messages,
select Options > Block contact.
To block messages from a specific
contact in your contacts list, scroll
to the contact in Conversations,
Online, or Offline, and select
Options > Block contact > OK.
To unblock a contact, in the IM
main menu, select Options >
Blocked list. Scroll to the contact
you want to unblock, and select
Unblock > OK.
Groups
You can use the public groups
provided by the service provider, or
create your own private groups for
an IM conversation.
Public
You can bookmark public groups
that your service provider may
maintain. Connect to the IM
service, and select Groups > Public
groups. Select a group and Join. If
you are not in the group, enter
Private
Connect to the IM service, and
from the main menu, select
Options > Create group. Enter the
name for the group and the screen
name that you want to use as your
nickname. Mark the private group
members in the contacts list, and
write an invitation.
■ Voice messages
The voice mailbox is a network
service to which you may need to
subscribe. For more information
contact your service provider.
To call your voice mailbox, select
Menu > Messaging > Voice
messages > Listen to voice msgs..
To enter, search for, or edit your
voice mailbox number, select Voice
mailbox no..
If supported by the network,
indicates new voice messages. To
call your voice mailbox number,
select Listen.
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■ Info messages
You can receive messages on
various topics from your service
provider (network service). For
more information, contact your
service provider. Select Menu >
Messaging > Info messages and
from the available options.
■ Service commands
Write and send service requests
(USSD commands) to your service
provider, such as activation
commands for network services.
Select Menu > Messaging > Serv.
commands.
■ Delete messages
To delete messages, select Menu >
Messaging > Delete messages >
By message to delete single
messages, By folder to delete all
messages from a folder, or All
messages.
■ SIM messages
SIM messages are specific text
messages that are saved to your
SIM card. You can copy or move
those messages from the SIM to
the phone memory, but not vice
versa. To read SIM messages,
select Menu > Messaging >
Options > SIM messages.
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■ Message settings
General settings
General settings are common for
text and multimedia messages.
Select Menu > Messaging >
Message settings > General
settings and from the following
options:
Save sent messages > Yes — to set
the phone to save the sent
messages in the Sent items folder
Overwriting in Sent > Allowed —
to set the phone to overwrite the
old sent messages with the new
ones when the message memory is
full. This setting is shown only if
you set Save sent messages > Yes.
Font size — to select the font size
used in messages
Graphical smileys > Yes — to set
the phone to replace characterbased smileys with graphical ones
Text messages
The text message settings affect
the sending, receiving, and
viewing of text and SMS e-mail
messages.
Select Menu > Messaging >
Message settings > Text
messages and from the following
options:
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Delivery reports > Yes — to ask the
network to send delivery reports
about your messages (network
service)
Message centres > Add centre —
to set the phone number and name
of the message center that is
required for sending text
messages. You receive this number
from your service provider.
with accents and other marks may
be converted to other characters.
Rep. via same centre > Yes — to
allow the recipient of your
message to send you a reply using
your message center (network
service)
Multimedia messages
E-mail centre in use — to select
the SMS e-mail message center in
use
The message settings affect the
sending, receiving, and viewing of
multimedia messages. You may
receive the configuration settings
for multimedia messaging as a
configuration message. See
”Configuration settings service”
p. 13. You can also enter the
settings manually. See
”Configuration” p. 54.
Message validity — to select the
length of time for which the
network attempts to deliver your
message
Select Menu > Messaging >
Message settings > Multimedia
messages and from the following
options:
Messages sent via — to select the
format of the messages to be sent:
Text, Paging, or Fax (network
service)
Delivery reports > Yes — to ask the
network to send delivery reports
about your messages (network
service)
Use packet data > Yes — to set
GPRS as the preferred SMS bearer
Img. size (MMS plus) — to set the
image size in multimedia plus
messages
Msg. centre in use — to select the
message center in use
E-mail msg. centres > Add centre
— to set the phone numbers and
name of the e-mail center for
sending SMS e-mails.
Character support > Full — to
select all characters in the
messages to be sent as viewed. If
you select Reduced, characters
Image size (MMS) — to set the
image size in multimedia
messages
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Default slide timing — to define
the default time between slides in
multimedia messages
Allow MMS receptn. > Yes or No —
to receive or block the multimedia
message. If you select In home
network, you cannot receive
multimedia messages when
outside your home network. The
default setting of the multimedia
message service is generally In
home network. The availability of
this menu depends on your phone.
Incoming MMS msgs. — to allow
the reception of multimedia
messages automatically, manually
after being prompted, or to reject
the reception. This setting is not
shown if Allow MMS receptn. is
set to No.
Allow adverts — to receive or
reject advertisements. This setting
is not shown if Allow MMS
receptn. is set to No, or Incoming
MMS msgs. is set to Reject.
Configuration sett. >
Configuration — Only the
configurations that support
multimedia messaging are shown.
Select a service provider, Default,
or Personal config. for multimedia
messaging. Select Account and a
MMS account contained in the
active configuration settings.
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E-mail messages
The settings affect the sending,
receiving, and viewing of e-mail.
You may receive the settings as a
configuration message. See
”Configuration settings service”
p. 13. You can also enter the
settings manually. See
”Configuration” p. 54.
Select Menu > Messaging >
Message settings > E-mail
messages and from the following
options:
Configuration — to select the set
that you want to activate
Account — to select an account
provided by the service provider
My name — to enter your name or
nickname
E-mail address — to enter your email address
Login information — to enter
information according to the
server type
Incoming mail sett. — to select
the maximum number of e-mails
to be retrieved
Outgoing sett. (SMTP) — to enter
SMTP (simple mail transfer
protocol) settings
Displ. term. window > Yes — to
perform manual user
authentication for intranet
connections
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Contacts
7. Contacts
You can save names and phone
numbers (contacts) in the phone
memory and in the SIM card
memory.
The phone memory may save
contacts with additional details,
such as various phone numbers
and text items. You can also save
an image for a limited number of
contacts.
The SIM card memory can save
names with one phone number
attached to them. The contacts
saved in the SIM card memory are
indicated by
.
■ Save details
In the phone memory, you can save
different types of phone numbers,
a tone or a video clip, and short
text items for a contact.
The first number you save is
automatically set as the default
number and is indicated with a
frame around the number type
indicator (for example,
).
When you select a name from
contacts (for example, to make a
call), the default number is used
unless you select another number.
■ Search for a contact
Make sure that the memory in use
is Phone or Phone and SIM. See
”Settings” p. 43.
Select Menu > Contacts >
Names. Scroll through the list of
contacts, or enter the first
characters of the name you are
searching for.
Search for the contact to which
you want to add a detail, and
select Details > Options > Add
detail. Select from the options
available.
■ Save names and
phone numbers
■ Copy or move
contacts
Names and numbers are saved in
the used memory. To save a name
and phone number, select Menu >
Contacts > Names > Options >
Add new contact.
To copy or move a contact from
the phone contact memory to the
SIM card memory, or vice versa,
select Menu > Contacts > Names.
Select the contact to copy or move
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and Options > Copy contact or
Move contact.
To copy or move several contacts,
select the first contact to copy or
move and Options > Mark. Mark
the other contacts, and select
Options > Copy marked or Move
marked.
To copy or move all contacts from
the phone contact memory to the
SIM card memory, or vice versa,
select Menu > Contacts > Copy
contacts or Move contacts.
The SIM card memory can save
names with one phone number
attached to them.
■ Edit contact details
Search for the contact, and select
Details. To edit a name, number, or
text item or to change the image,
select Options > Edit. To change
the number type, scroll to the
desired number, and select
Options > Change type. To set the
selected number as the default
number, select Set as default.
■ Delete contacts
To delete all the contacts and the
details attached to them from the
phone or SIM card memory, select
Menu > Contacts > Del. all
contacts > From phone memory
or From SIM card.
To delete a contact, search for the
desired contact, and select
Options > Delete contact.
To delete a number, text item, or
an image attached to the contact,
search for the contact, and select
Details. Scroll to the desired
detail, and select Options >
Delete and from the options
available.
■ Business cards
You can send and receive a
person’s contact information from
a compatible device that supports
the vCard standard as a business
card.
■ Synchronize all
To send a business card, search for
the contact whose information
you want to send, and select
Details > Options > Send
business card.
Synchronize your calendar,
contacts data, and notes with a
remote Internet server (network
service). For details see
”Synchronize from a server” p. 51.
When you have received a
business card, select Show > Save
to save the business card in the
phone memory. To discard the
business card, select Exit > Yes.
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■ Settings
Select Menu > Contacts >
Settings and from the following
options:
Memory in use — to select the SIM
card or phone memory for your
contacts. Select Phone and SIM to
recall names and number from
both memories. In that case, when
you save names and numbers, they
are saved in the phone memory.
Contacts view — to select how the
names and numbers in Contacts
are displayed
to the speed-dialing number that
you want.
Select Assign, or if a number has
already been assigned to the key,
select Options > Change. Select
Search and the contact you want
to assign. If the Speed dialling
function is off, the phone asks
whether you want to activate it.
See also Speed dialling in ”Call”
p. 51.
To make a call using the speeddialing keys, see ”Speed dialing”
p. 23.
Name display — to select whether
the contact’s first or last name is
displayed first
■ Info, service, and my
numbers
Font size — to set the font size for
the list of contacts
Select Menu > Contacts and from
one of these submenus:
Memory status — to view the free
and used memory capacity
■ Groups
Info numbers — to call the
information numbers of your
service provider if the numbers are
included on your SIM card
(network service)
Select Menu > Contacts > Groups
to arrange the names and phone
numbers saved in the memory into
caller groups with different
ringing tones and group images.
Service numbers — to call the
service numbers of your service
provider if the numbers are
included on your SIM card
(network service)
■ Speed dials
My numbers — to view the phone
numbers assigned to your SIM
card, if the numbers are included
on your SIM card
To assign a number to a speeddialing key, select Menu >
Contacts > Speed dials, and scroll
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Call log
8. Call log
The phone registers your missed,
received, and dialed calls if the
network supports it and the phone
is switched on and within the
network service area.
To view the information on your
calls, select Menu > Log > Missed
calls, Received calls, or Dialled
numbers. To view your recent
missed and received calls and the
dialed numbers chronologically,
select Call log. To view the
contacts to whom you most
recently sent messages, select
Msg. recipients.
To view the approximate
information on your recent
communications, select Menu >
Log > Call duration, Data counter,
or Pack. data timer.
To view how many text and
multimedia messages you have
sent and received, select Menu >
Log > Message log.
Note: The actual invoice
for calls and services from
your service provider may
vary, depending on
network features,
rounding off for billing,
taxes, and so forth.
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Some timers may be reset during
service or software upgrades.
■ Location information
The network may send you a
location request (network service).
Contact your service provider to
subscribe and to agree upon the
delivery of location information.
To accept or reject the location
request, select Accept or Reject. If
you miss the request, the phone
automatically accepts or rejects it
according to what you have
agreed with your network operator
or service provider. The phone
displays 1 missed position
request. To view the missed
location request, select Show.
To view the information on the 10
most recent privacy notifications
and requests or to delete them,
select Menu > Log > Positioning
> Position log > Open folder or
Delete all.
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9. Settings
■ Profiles
Your phone has various setting
groups called profiles, for which
you can customize the phone
tones for different events and
environments.
Select Menu > Settings > Profiles,
the desired profile and from the
following options:
Activate — to activate the selected
profile
Personalise — to personalize the
profile. Select the setting you
want to change, and make the
changes.
Timed — to set the profile to be
active until a certain time (up to
24 hours) and set the end time.
When the time set for the profile
expires, the previous profile that
was not timed becomes active.
Open the Themes folder, and select
a theme.
Theme downloads — to open a list
of links to download more themes
■ Tones
You can change the tone settings
of the selected active profile.
Select Menu > Settings > Tones.
You can find the same settings in
the Profiles menu. See Personalise
in ”Profiles” p. 45.
To set the phone to ring only for
calls from phone numbers that
belong to a selected caller group,
select Alert for. Scroll to the caller
group you want or All calls, and
select Mark.
Select Options > Save to save the
settings or Cancel to leave the
settings unchanged.
A theme contains elements for
personalizing your phone.
If you select the highest ringing
tone level, the ringing tone
reaches its highest level after a
few seconds.
Select Menu > Settings > Themes
and from the following options:
■ Display
Select theme — to set a theme. A
list of folders in Gallery opens.
Select Menu > Settings > Display
and from the available options:
■ Themes
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Wallpaper — to add the
background image in the standby
mode
Active standby — to switch the
active standby mode on or off and
to organize and personalize the
active standby mode
Standby font colour — to select
the color for the texts in the
standby mode
Navigation key icons — to display
the icons of the current scroll key
shortcuts in the standby mode
when active standby is off
Swivel animation — to set your
phone to display an animation and
sound a tone when you open and
close the phone depending on the
theme
Screen saver > On — to set your
phone to display a screen saver. To
download more screen savers,
select Graphic downloads. To set
the time after which the screen
saver is activated, select Time-out.
Power saver — to save some
battery power. The date and a
digital clock are displayed when
no function of the phone is used
for a certain time.
Sleep mode — to save some
battery power. The display turns
completely black when no
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function of the phone is used for a
certain time.
Font size — to set the font size for
messaging, contacts, and web
pages
Operator logo — to set your phone
to display or hide the operator
logo
Cell info display > On — to display
the cell identity, if available from
the network
■ Time and date
To change the clock type, time,
time zone, and date settings,
select Menu > Settings > Time
and date > Time, Date, or Autoupdate of time (network service).
When traveling to a different time
zone, select Menu > Settings >
Time and date > Time > Time zone
and the time zone of your location
in terms of the time difference
with respect to Greenwich Mean
Time (GMT) or Universal Time
Coordinated (UTC). The time and
date are set according to the time
zone and enable your phone to
display the correct sending time of
received text or multimedia
messages. For example, GMT -5
denotes the time zone for New
York (USA), 5 hours west of
Greenwich, London (UK).
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Navigation key
Use for India (New Delhi) GMT
+5.5, for Thailand/Indonesia/
Vietnam GMT +7, for Singapore/
Malaysia/Philippines GMT +8, for
Australia (Syndey) GMT +10, and
for New Zealand GMT +12.
To assign other phone functions
from a predefined list to the
navigation key (scroll key), select
Menu > Settings > My shortcuts
> Navigation key.
■ My shortcuts
Voice commands
With personal shortcuts you get
quick access to often used
functions of the phone.
Left selection key
To select a function from the list,
select Menu > Settings > My
shortcuts > Left selection key.
If the left selection key is Go to to
activate a function, in the standby
mode, select Go to > Options and
from the following options:
Select options — to add a function
to the shortcut list or to remove
one
Organise — to rearrange the
functions on your personal
shortcut list
Right selection key
To select a function from the list,
select Menu > Settings > My
shortcuts > Right selection key.
To call contacts and carry out
phone functions, say the voice
commands. Voice commands are
language-dependent. To set the
language, see Recognition lang. in
”Phone” p. 52.
To select the phone functions to
activate with a voice commands,
select Menu > Settings > My
shortcuts > Voice commands and
a folder. Scroll to a function.
indicates that the voice tag is
activated. To activate the voice
tag, select Add. To play the
activated voice command, select
Play. To use voice commands, see
”Enhanced voice dialing” p. 23.
To manage the voice commands,
scroll to a phone function, and
select from the following options:
Edit or Remove — to change or
deactivate the voice command of
the selected function
Add all or Remove all — to
activate or deactivate voice
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commands to all functions in the
voice commands list
■ Connectivity
You can connect the phone to a
compatible device using a
Bluetooth wireless technology or a
USB data cable connection. You
can also define the settings for
EGPRS dial-up connections.
Bluetooth wireless
technology
This device is compliant with
Bluetooth Specification 2.0 + EDR
supporting the following profiles:
generic access, network access,
generic object exchange, handsfree, headset, object push, file
transfer, dial-up networking, SIM
access, and serial port. To ensure
interoperability between other
devices supporting Bluetooth
technology, use Nokia approved
enhancements for this model.
Check with the manufacturers of
other devices to determine their
compatibility with this device.
There may be restrictions on using
Bluetooth technology in some
locations. Check with your local
authorities or service provider.
Features using Bluetooth
technology or allowing such
features to run in the background
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while using other features,
increase the demand on battery
power and reduce the battery life.
Bluetooth technology allows you
to connect the phone to a
compatible Bluetooth device
within 10 meters (32 feet). Since
devices using Bluetooth
technology communicate using
radio waves, your phone and the
other devices do not need to be in
direct line-of-sight, although the
connection can be subject to
interference from obstructions
such as walls or from other
electronic devices.
Set up a Bluetooth
connection
Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth and
from the following options:
Bluetooth > On or Off — to
activate or deactivate the
Bluetooth function.
indicates
that Bluetooth is activated.
Search audio enhanc. — to search
for compatible Bluetooth audio
devices. Select the device that you
want to connect to the phone.
Paired devices — to search for any
Bluetooth device in range. Select
New to list any Bluetooth device
in range. Select a device and Pair.
Enter an agreed Bluetooth
passcode of the device (up to 16
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characters) to pair the device to
your phone. You must only give
this passcode when you connect to
the device for the first time. Your
phone connects to the device, and
you can start data transfer.
Bluetooth wireless
connection
Select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth. To
check which Bluetooth connection
is currently active, select Active
devices. To view a list of Bluetooth
devices that are currently paired
with the phone, select Paired
devices.
receive data over an Internet
protocol (IP)based network.
To define how to use the service,
select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Packet data >
Packet data conn. and from the
following options:
When needed — to set the packet
data connection to established
when an application needs it. The
connection will be closed when
the application is terminated.
Always online — to set the phone
to automatically connect to a
packet data network when you
switch the phone on
Bluetooth settings
Modem settings
To define how your phone is shown
to other Bluetooth devices, select
Menu > Settings > Connectivity
> Bluetooth > My phone's
visibility or My phone's name.
You can connect the phone using
Bluetooth wireless technology or
USB data cable connection to a
compatible PC and use the phone
as a modem to enable GPRS
connectivity from the PC.
If you are concerned about
security, turn off the Bluetooth
function, or set My phone's
visibility to Hidden. Always
accept only Bluetooth
communication from others with
whom you agree.
Packet data
General packet radio service
(GPRS) is a network service that
allows mobile phones to send and
To define the settings for
connections from your PC, select
Menu > Settings > Connectivity
> Packet data > Packet data
settings > Active access point,
and activate the access point you
want to use. Select Edit active
access pt. > Alias for access
point, enter a name to change the
access point settings, and select
OK. Select Packet data acc. pt.,
enter the access point name (APN)
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to establish a connection to a
network, and select OK.
You can also set the EGPRS dial-up
service settings (access point
name) on your PC using Nokia PC
Suite. See ”Nokia PC Suite” p. 78. If
you have set the settings both on
your PC and on your phone, the PC
settings are used.
Data transfer
Synchronize your calendar,
contacts data, and notes with
another compatible device (for
example, a mobile phone), a
compatible PC, or a remote
Internet server (network service).
To add a new transfer contact to
the list (for example, a mobile
phone), select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Data transfer >
Options > Add transfer contact >
Phone synchronisation or Phone
copy, and enter the settings
according to the transfer type.
To edit the copy and synchronize
settings, select a contact from the
transfer contact list and Options
> Edit.
To delete a transfer contact, select
it from the transfer contact list
and Options > Delete.
Data transfer with a
compatible device
Your phone allows data transfer
with a compatible PC or another
compatible device when using the
phone without a SIM card.
For synchronization, use Bluetooth
wireless technology or a cable
connection. The other device must
be activated for receiving data.
Transfer contact list
To start data transfer, select Menu
> Settings > Connectivity > Data
transfer and the transfer contact
from the list other than Server
sync or PC synchronisation.
According to the settings, the
selected data is copied or
synchronized.
To copy or synchronize data from
your phone, the name of the
device and the settings must be in
the list of transfer contacts. If you
receive data from another device
(for example, a compatible mobile
phone), the corresponding transfer
contact is automatically added to
the list, using the contact data
from the other device. Server sync
and PC synchronisation are the
original items in the list.
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Synchronize from a
compatible PC
To synchronize data from calendar,
notes, and contacts, install the
Nokia PC Suite software of your
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phone on the PC. Use Bluetooth
wireless technology or a USB data
cable for the synchronization, and
start the synchronization from the
PC.
Synchronize from a server
To activate the phone for data
transfer or image printing, connect
the data cable. Confirm USB data
cable connected. Select mode.
and select from the following
options:
To use a remote Internet server,
subscribe to a synchronization
service. For more information and
the settings required for this
service, contact your service
provider. You may receive the
settings as a configuration
message. See ”Configuration
settings service” p. 13 and
”Configuration” p. 54.
Nokia mode — to use the cable for
PC Suite
To start the synchronization from
your phone, select Menu >
Settings > Connectivity > Data
transfer > Server sync. Depending
on the settings, select Initialising
synchronisation or Initialising
copy.
To change the USB mode, select
Menu > Settings > Connectivity
> USB data cable > Nokia mode,
Printing & media, or Data
storage.
Synchronizing for the first time or
after an interrupted
synchronization may take up to 30
minutes to complete.
USB data cable
You can use the USB data cable to
transfer data between the phone
and a compatible PC or a printer
supporting PictBridge. You can
also use the USB data cable with
Nokia PC Suite.
Printing & media — to use the
phone with a PictBridge
compatible printer or with your
compatible PC
Data storage — to connect to a PC
that does not have Nokia software
and use the phone as a data
storage device
■ Call
Select Menu > Settings > Call and
from the following options:
Call divert — to divert your
incoming calls (network service).
You may not be able to divert your
calls if some call barring functions
are active. See Call barring service
in ”Security” p. 54.
Voice clarity > Active — to
enhance speech intelligibility
especially in noisy environments
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Settings
Anykey answer > On — to answer
an incoming call by briefly
pressing any key, except the power
key, the camera key, the left and
right selection keys, or the end key
Automatic redial > On — to make
a maximum of 10 attempts to
connect the call after an
unsuccessful call attempt
Speed dialling > On — to dial the
names and phone numbers
assigned to the speed-dialing keys
2 to 9 by pressing and holding the
corresponding number key
Call waiting > Activate — to have
the network notify you of an
incoming call while you have a call
in progress (network service). See
”Call waiting” p. 24.
Swivel call handling — to set the
phone to answer calls when you
open the phone and to end calls
when you close the phone
■ Phone
Select Menu > Settings > Phone
and from the following options:
Language settings — To set the
display language of your phone,
select Phone language.
Automatic selects the language
according to the information on
the SIM card. To select the USIM
card language, select SIM
language. To set a language for
voice commands, select
Recognition lang..
Summary after call > On — to
briefly display the approximate
duration and cost (network
service) of the call after each call
Security keyguard — to set the
phone to ask for the security code
when you unlock the keyguard.
Enter the security code, and select
On.
Send my caller ID > Yes — to show
your phone number to the person
you are calling (network service).
To use the setting agreed upon
with your service provider, select
Set by network.
Automatic keyguard — to lock the
keypad automatically after a
preset time delay when the phone
is in the standby mode and no
function of the phone has been
used. Select On, and set the time.
Outgoing call line — to select the
phone line 1 or 2 for making calls
if supported by your SIM card
(network service).
Welcome note — to write the note
that is shown when the phone is
switched on
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Flight query > On— The phone
asks every time when it is switched
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on whether the flight profile shall
be used. With flight profile all
radio connections are switched
off. The flight profile should be
used in areas sensitive to radio
emissions.
Phone updates — to receive phone
software updates from your
service provider (network service).
This option may not be available,
depending on your phone. See
”Phone software updates” p. 55.
Operator selection > Automatic —
to set the phone to automatically
select one of the cellular networks
available in your area. With
Manual you can select a network
that has a roaming agreement
with your service provider.
Confirm SIM actions — See ”SIM
services” p. 77.
Help text activation — to select
whether the phone shows help
texts.
Start-up tone > On— The phone
plays a tone when it is switched
on.
■ Enhancements
This menu or the following options
are shown only if the phone is or
has been connected to a
compatible mobile enhancement.
Select Menu > Settings >
Enhancements. Select an
enhancement, and depending on
the enhancement, from the
following options:
Default profile — to select the
profile that you want to be
automatically activated when you
connect to the selected
enhancement
Automatic answer — to set the
phone to answer an incoming call
automatically after 5 seconds. If
Incoming call alert is set to Beep
once or Off, automatic answer is
off.
Lights — to set the lights
permanently On. Select Automatic
to set the lights on for 15 seconds
after a key press.
Text phone > Use text phone >
Yes — to use the text phone
settings instead of headset or
loopset settings
If your phone is provided with a
hearing aid coil, select Hearing aid
> T-coil hrng. aid mode > On to
optimize the sound quality when
using a t-coil hearing aid. The
icon is shown when the T-coil
hrng. aid mode is active.
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■ Configuration
You can configure your phone with
settings that are required for
certain services to function
correctly. Your service provider
may also send you these settings.
See ”Configuration settings
service” p. 13.
Select Menu > Settings >
Configuration and from the
following options:
Default config. sett. — to view the
service providers saved in the
phone. To set the configuration
settings of the service provider as
default settings, select Options >
Set as default.
depending on your phone. See
”Phone software updates” p. 55.
Personal config. sett. — to add
new personal accounts for various
services manually and to activate
or delete them. To add a new
personal account if you have not
added any, select Add; otherwise,
select Options > Add new. Select
the service type, and select and
enter each of the required
parameters. The parameters differ
according to the selected service
type. To delete or activate a
personal account, scroll to it, and
select Options > Delete or
Activate.
Activ. def. in all apps. — to
■ Security
activate the default configuration
When security features that
settings for supported applications
restrict calls are in use (such as
Preferred access pt. — to view the call barring, closed user group, and
saved access points. Scroll to an
fixed dialing) calls still may be
access point, and select Options > possible to the official emergency
Details to view the name of the
number programmed into your
service provider, data bearer, and
device.
packet data access point or GSM
Select Menu > Settings >
dial-up number.
Security and from the following
Connect to support — to
options:
download the configuration
PIN code request and UPIN code
settings from your service provider
request — to set the phone to ask
Device manager sett. — to allow
for your PIN or UPIN code every
or prevent the phone from
time the phone is switched on.
receiving phone software updates. Some SIM cards do not allow the
This option may not be available,
code request to be turned off.
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PIN2 code request — to select
whether the PIN2 code is required
when using a specific phone
feature which is protected by the
PIN2 code. Some SIM cards do not
allow the code request to be
turned off.
Call barring service — to restrict
incoming calls to and outgoing
calls from your phone (network
service). A barring password is
required.
Fixed dialling — to restrict your
outgoing calls to selected phone
numbers if this function is
supported by your SIM card. When
the fixed dialing is on, GPRS
connections are not possible
except while sending text
messages over a GPRS connection.
In this case, the recipient’s phone
number and the message center
number must be included in the
fixed dialing list.
Closed user group — to specify a
group of people whom you can call
and who can call you (network
service)
Security level > Phone — to set the
phone to ask for the security code
whenever a new SIM card is
inserted into the phone. If you
select Memory, the phone asks for
the security code when the SIM
card memory is selected, and you
want to change the memory in
use.
Access codes — to change the
security code, PIN code, UPIN
code, PIN2 code, or barring
password
Code in use — to select whether
the PIN code or UPIN code should
be active
Authority certificates or User
certificates — to view the list of
the authority or user certificates
downloaded into your phone. See
”Certificates” p. 75.
Security module sett. — to view
Secur. module details, activate
Module PIN request, or change
the module PIN and signing PIN.
See also ”Access codes” p. 13.
■ Restore factory
settings
To reset some of the menu settings
to their original values, select
Menu > Settings > Rest. factory
sett.. Enter the security code. The
names and phone numbers saved
in Contacts are not deleted.
■ Phone software
updates
Your service provider may send
phone software updates over the
air directly to your device (network
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service). This option may not be
available, depending on your
phone.
Warning: If you install a
software update, you
cannot use the device,
even to make emergency
calls, until the update is
completed and the device
is restarted. Be sure to
backup data before
accepting a software
update.
Settings
To allowed or disallow phone
software updates, select Menu >
Settings > Configuration > Device
manager sett. > Serv. softw.
updates and following options:
from your service provider. Select
Current softw. details to display
the current software version and
check whether an update is
needed. Select Downl. phone
softw. to download and install a
phone software update. Follow the
instructions on the display.
Install a software update
Select Install softw. update to
start the installation, when the
installation was cancelled after
the download.
The software update may take
several minutes. If there are
problems with the installation,
contact your service provider.
Always allow — to perform all
software downloads and updates
automatically
Always reject — to reject all
software updates
Confirm first — to perform
software downloads and updates
only after your confirmation
(default setting)
Request a software update
Select Menu > Settings > Phone
> Phone updates to request
available phone software updates
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Operator menu
10. Operator menu
This menu lets you access a portal
to services provided by your
network operator. The name and
the icon depend on the operator.
For more information contact your
network operator. The operator
can update this menu with a
service message. For more
information, see ”Service inbox”
p. 74.
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Gallery
11. Gallery
In this menu you can manage
images, video clips, music files,
themes, graphics, tones,
recordings, and received files.
These files are stored in the phone
memory or an attached microSD
memory card and may be arranged
in folders.
Your phone supports an activation
key system to protect acquired
content. Always check the delivery
terms of any content and
activation key before acquiring
them, as they may be subject to a
fee.
Copyright protections may prevent
some images, music (including
ringing tones), and other content
from being copied, modified,
transferred or forwarded.
To see the list of folders, select
Menu > Gallery.
To see the available options of a
folder, select a folder and Options.
To view the list of files in a folder,
select a folder and Open.
To see the available options of a
file, select a file and Options.
To view the folders of the memory
card when moving a file, scroll to
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the memory card, and press the
scroll key right.
■ Print
images
Your device supports Nokia
XPressPrint. To connect it to a
compatible printer use a data
cable or send the image using
Bluetooth to a printer supporting
Bluetooth technology. See
”Connectivity” p. 48.
You can print images that are in
the JPEG format. The images taken
with the camera are automatically
saved in the JPEG format.
Select the image you want to print
and Options > Print.
■ Memory card
Keep all memory cards out of the
reach of small children.
You can use the microSD memory
card to store your multimedia files
such as video clips, music tracks,
and sound files, images, and
messaging data.
Some of the folders in Gallery with
content that the phone uses (for
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example, Themes) may be stored
on the memory card.
To insert and remove the microSD
memory card, see ”Insert a
microSD card” p. 15.
Format the memory card
When a memory card is formatted,
all data on the card is permanently
lost. Some memory cards are
supplied preformatted and others
require formatting. Consult your
retailer to find out if you must
format the memory card before
you can use it.
memory card on another phone,
you are asked for the password. To
delete the password, select
Options > Delete password.
Check memory
consumption
To check the memory consumption
of different data groups and the
available memory for installing
new applications or software on
your memory card, select Options
> Details.
To format a memory card, select
Menu >Gallery or Applications,
the memory card folder
, and
Options > Format memory card >
Yes.
When formatting is complete,
enter a name for the memory card.
Lock the memory card
To set a password to lock your
memory card to help prevent
unauthorized use, select Options
> Set password. The password can
be up to eight characters long.
The password is stored in your
phone, and you do not have to
enter it again while you are using
the memory card on the same
phone. If you want to use the
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Media
12. Media
When taking and using images or
video clips, obey all laws and
respect local customs as well as
privacy and legitimate rights of
others including copyrights.
■ Camera and video
You can take images or record
video clips with the built-in
camera.
Take an image
To have the still image function,
press the camera key in the
standby mode, select Menu >
Media > Camera, or if the video
function is on, scroll left or right.
To take an image in landscape
format, hold the phone in a
horizontal position. To zoom in
and out in the camera mode, press
the scroll key up and down or the
volume keys.
saves the images on the memory
card.
Select Options to set Night mode
on if the lighting is dim, Self-timer
on to activate the self-timer, or
Img. sequence on to take images
in a fast sequence. With the
highest image size setting, three
images are taken in a sequence;
with other size settings, five
images are taken.
Select Options > Settings >
Image preview time and a preview
time to display captured. During
the preview time, select Back to
take another image or Send to
send the image as a multimedia
message.
Your device supports an image
capture resolution of 1200 x 1600
pixels. The image resolution in
these materials may appear
different.
Record a video clip
To take an image, select Capture,
or press the camera key. The phone
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To have the video function, press
and hold the camera key in the
standby mode, and select Menu >
Media > Video or if the camera
function is on, scroll left or right.
To start the video recording, select
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Record. To pause the recording,
select Pause; to resume the
recording, select Continue; to
stop the recording, select Stop.
The phone saves the video clips on
the memory card or the phone
memory.
Camera and video options
To use a filter, select Options >
Effects > False colours, Greyscale,
Sepia, Negative, or Solarise.
To adopt the camera to the light
conditions, select Options >
White balance > Auto, Daylight,
Tungsten or Fluorescent.
To change other camera and video
settings and to select the image
and video storage select Options
> Settings.
■ Media player
With the media player you can
view, play, and download files,
such as images, audio, video, and
animated images. You can also
view compatible streaming videos
from a network server (network
service).
Select Menu > Media > Media
player > Open gallery,
Bookmarks, Go to address, or
Media downloads to select or
download media.
Select Menu > Media > Media
player > FF/Rew interval to set the
step width for fast forward or
rewind.
Configuration for a
streaming service
You may receive the configuration
settings required for streaming as
a configuration message from the
service provider. See
”Configuration settings service”
p. 13. You can also enter the
settings manually. See
”Configuration” p. 54. To activate
the settings, do the following:
1. Select Menu > Media > Media
player > Streaming settings >
Configuration.
2. Select a service provider,
Default, or Personal config. for
streaming.
3. Select Account and a
streaming service account
contained in the active
configuration settings.
■ Music player
Your phone includes a music
player for listening to music tracks
or other MP3 or AAC sound files
that you have downloaded from
the Web or transferred to the
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phone with Nokia PC Suite. See
”Nokia PC Suite” p. 78.
Copyright protections may prevent
some images, music (including
ringing tones), and other content
from being copied, modified,
transferred or forwarded.
Music files stored in the music
folder in the phone memory or on
the memory card will
automatically be detected and
added to the music library during
the startup of the phone.
To open the music player, select
Menu > Media > Music player.
Playing the music tracks
Warning! Listen to music
at a moderate level.
Continuous exposure to
high volume may damage
your hearing.
Operate the music player with the
virtual keys on the display.
When you open the Music player
menu, the details of the first track
on the default track list are shown.
To start playing, select .
To adjust the volume level, use the
volume keys on the side of the
phone.
To pause the playing, select
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.
To skip to the next track, select
. To skip to the beginning of
the previous track, select
.
To rewind the current track, select
and hold
. To fast forward the
current track, select and hold
.
Release the key at the position you
want.
To stop the music player, select
Back.
Music player options
In the Music player menu, select
from the following options:
Show tracks — View all available
tracks of the active track list and
play the desired track. To play a
track, scroll to the desired track,
and select Play.
Music library — View all available
tracks ordered according to
Artists, Albums, Genres,
Composers, or Track lists. Select
Update library to refresh the lists.
Track lists generated with the
Nokia Music Manager you will find
under Track lists > My track lists.
Play options — Select Random to
play the tracks on the track list in
random order. Select Repeat to
play the current track or the entire
track list repeatedly.
Media equaliser — to select or
define an equalizer setting
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Add to Favourites — to add the
current track to the favorite track
list
Play via Bluetooth — to connect
and play the tracks on an audio
accessory using Bluetooth
technology
Use tone — Set the currently
played music track, for example, as
a ringing tone.
Send— to send the current track by
a multimedia message or using
Bluetooth technology
Web page — to access a Web page
associated with the currently
played track
Music downloads — to connect to
a Web service
Memory status — to view the free
and used memory capacity
■ Radio
The FM radio depends on an
antenna other than the wireless
device’s antenna. A compatible
headset or enhancement needs to
be attached to the device for the
FM radio to function properly.
Warning: Listen to music
at a moderate level.
Continuous exposure to
high volume may damage
your hearing. Do not hold
the device near your ear
when the loudspeaker is in
use, because the volume
may be extremely loud.
Select Menu > Media > Radio.
To use the graphical keys ,
,
, or
on the display, scroll left
or right to the desired key, and
select it.
Save radio frequencies
1. To start the search, select and
hold
or . To change the
radio frequency in 0.05 MHz
steps, briefly press
or .
2. To save a frequency to a
memory location, 1 to 9, press
and hold the corresponding
number key. To save a
frequency to a memory
location from 10 to 20, press
briefly 1 or 2, and press and
hold the desired number key, 0
to 9.
3. Enter the name of the radio
station.
Listen to the radio
Select Menu > Media > Radio. To
scroll to the desired frequency,
select
or
, or press the
headset key. To select a radio
station, briefly press the
corresponding number keys. To
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adjust the volume, press the
volume keys.
Select from the following options:
Switch off — to turn off the radio
Loudspeaker or Headset — to
listen to the radio using the
loudspeaker or headset. Keep the
headset connected to the phone.
The lead of the headset functions
as the radio antenna.
Mono output or Stereo output —
to listen to the radio in
monophonic sound or in stereo
Stations — to select the list of
saved stations. To delete or
rename a station, scroll to the
desired station, and select
Options > Delete station or
Rename.
Search all stations — to search
automatically the available
stations at your location
Set frequency — to enter the
frequency of the desired radio
station
Station directory — to access a
Web site with a list of radio
stations
When an application using a
packet data or HSCSD connection
is sending or receiving data, it may
interfere with the radio.
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■ Voice recorder
You can record pieces of speech,
sound, or an active call, and save
them in Gallery. This is useful
when recording a name and phone
number to write down later.
The recorder cannot be used when
a data call or GPRS connection is
active.
Record sound
1. Select Menu > Media > Voice
recorder.
To use the graphical keys ,
, or
on the display, scroll
left or right to the desired key,
and select it.
2. To start the recording, select
. To start the recording
during a call, select Options >
Record. While recording a call,
all parties to the call hear a
faint beeping. When recording
a call, hold the phone in the
normal position near to your
ear. To pause the recording,
select .
3. To end the recording, select
. The recording is saved in
Gallery > Recordings.
To listen to the latest recording,
select Options > Play last
recorded.
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To send the last recording,
select Options > Send last
recorded.
To see the list of recordings in
Gallery, select Options >
Recordings list > Recordings.
■ Equalizer
You can control the sound quality
when using the music player by
amplifying or diminishing
frequency bands.
Select Menu > Media > Equaliser.
To activate a set, scroll to one of
the equalizer sets, and select
Activate.
To view, edit, or rename a selected
set, select Options > View, Edit, or
Rename. Not all sets can be edited
or renamed.
■ Stereo widening
Stereo widening enhances the
audio output of the phone by
enabling a wider stereo sound
effect. To change the setting,
select Menu > Media > Stereo
widening.
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Organizer
13. Organizer
■ Alarm clock
You can set the phone to alarm at
a desired time. Select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock.
To set the alarm, select Alarm
time, and enter the alarm time. To
change the alarm time when the
alarm time is set, select On.
To set the phone to alert you on
selected days of the week, select
Repeat alarm.
To select the alarm tone or set the
radio as the alarm tone, select
Alarm tone. If you select the radio
as an alarm tone, connect the
headset to the phone.
To set a snooze time-out, select
Snooze time-out and the time.
Stop the alarm
The phone sounds an alert tone,
and flashes Alarm! and the current
time on the display, even if the
phone was switched off. To stop
the alarm, select Stop. If you let
the phone continue to sound the
alarm for a minute or select
Snooze, the alarm stops for the
time you set in Snooze time-out,
then resumes.
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If the alarm time is reached while
the device is switched off, the
device switches itself on and starts
sounding the alarm tone. If you
select Stop, the device asks
whether you want to activate the
device for calls. Select No to
switch off the device or Yes to
make and receive calls. Do not
select Yes when wireless phone
use may cause interference or
danger.
■ Calendar
Select Menu > Organiser >
Calendar.
The current day is indicated by a
frame. If there are any notes set
for the day, the day is in bold type,
and the beginning of the note is
shown below the calendar. To view
the day notes, select View. To view
a week, select Options > Week
view. To delete all notes in the
calendar, select the month or week
view, and select Options > Delete
all notes.
In Settings you can set the date,
time, time zone, date or time
format, date separator, default
view, or the first day of the week.
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In Auto-delete notes you can set
the phone to delete old notes
automatically after a specified
time.
Make a calendar note
Select Menu > Organiser >
Calendar. Scroll to the date, and
select Options > Make a note and
one of the following note types:
Meeting,
Call,
Birthday,
Memo, or
Reminder. Fill in
the fields.
Note alarm
The phone displays the note and if
set, sounds a tone. With a call note
on the display, to call the
displayed number, press the call
key. To stop the alarm and to view
the note, select View. To stop the
alarm for 10 minutes, select
Snooze.
To stop the alarm without viewing
the note, select Exit.
■ To-do list
To save a note for a task that you
must do, select Menu > Organiser
> To-do list.
To make a note if no note is added,
select Add; otherwise, select
Options > Add. Fill in the fields,
and select Save.
To view a note, scroll to it, and
select View. While viewing a note,
you can also select an option to
edit the attributes. You can also
select an option to delete the
selected note and delete all the
notes that you have marked as
done.
■ Notes
To write and send notes, select
Menu > Organiser > Notes.
To make a note if no note is added,
select Add; otherwise, select
Options > Make a note. Write the
note, and select Save.
■ Calculator
The calculator in your phone
provides basic arithmetic and
trigonometric functions,
calculates the square and the
square root, the inverse of a
number, and converts currency
values.
Note: This calculator has
limited accuracy and is
designed for simple
calculations.
Select Menu > Organiser >
Calculator. Press # for a decimal
point. Scroll to the desired
operation or function, or select it
from the Options.
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To save the exchange rate, select
Options > Exchange rate.
■ Countdown timer
To start the countdown timer,
select Menu > Organiser >
Countd. timer > Normal timer,
enter the alarm time, and write a
note that will be displayed when
the time expires. To start the
countdown timer, select Start. To
change the countdown time,
select Change time. To stop the
timer, select Stop timer.
To have an interval timer with up
to 10 intervals started, enter the
intervals. Select Menu >
Organiser > Countd. timer >
Interval timer. To start the timer,
select Start timer > Start.
■ Stopwatch
You can measure time, take
intermediate times, or take lap
times using the stopwatch. During
timing, the other functions of the
phone can be used. To set the
stopwatch timing in the
background, press the end key.
Select Menu > Organiser >
Stopwatch and from the following
options:
Split timing — to take
intermediate times. To start the
time observation, select Start.
Select Split every time that you
want to take an intermediate time.
To stop the time observation,
select Stop.
To save the measured time, select
Save.
To start the time observation
again, select Options > Start. The
new time is added to the previous
time. To reset the time without
saving it, select Reset.
Lap timing — to take lap times
Continue — to view the timing
that you have set in the
background
Show last — to view the most
recently measured time if the
stopwatch is not reset
View times or Delete times — to
view or delete the saved times
Using the stopwatch or allowing it
to run in the background when
using other features increases the
demand on battery power and
reduces the battery life.
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Applications
14. Applications
In this menu you can manage
applications and games. These
files are stored in the phone
memory or an attached microSD
memory card and may be arranged
in folders.
For options to format or lock and
unlock the memory card see
”Memory card” p. 58.
■ Launch a game
Your phone software includes
some games.
Select Menu > Applications >
Games. Scroll to the desired game,
and select Open.
To set sounds, lights, and shakes
for the game, select Menu >
Applications > Options >
Application settings. For more
options, see ”Application options”
p. 69.
■ Launch an application
Your phone software includes
some Java applications.
Select Menu > Applications >
Collection. Scroll to an
application, and select Open.
■ Application options
Update version — to check if a
new version of the application is
available for download from Web
(network service)
Application access — to restrict
the application from accessing the
network
Web page — to provide further
information or additional data for
the application from an Internet
page (network service), if available
■ Download an
application
Your phone supports J2ME Java
applications. Make sure that the
application is compatible with
your phone before downloading it.
Important: Only install
and use applications and
other software from
sources that offer
adequate security and
protection against
harmful software.
You can download new Java
applications and games in
different ways.
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Applications
Use the Nokia Application Installer
from PC Suite to download the
applications to your phone, or
select Menu > Applications >
Options > Downloads > App.
downloads; the list of available
bookmarks is shown. See
”Bookmarks” p. 72.
For the availability of different
services, pricing, and tariffs,
contact your service provider.
Your device may have some
bookmarks loaded for sites not
affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does
not warrant or endorse these sites.
If you choose to access them, you
should take the same precautions,
for security or content, as you
would with any Internet site.
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Web
15. Web
You can access various mobile
Internet services with your phone
browser.
Important: Use only
services that you trust and
that offer adequate
security and protection
against harmful software.
Check the availability of these
services, pricing, tariffs, and
instructions with your service
provider.
With the phone browser you can
view the services that use wireless
markup language (WML) or
extensible hypertext markup
language (XHTML) on their pages.
Appearance may vary due to
screen size. You may not be able to
view all details of the Internet
pages.
■ Set up browsing
You may receive the configuration
settings required for browsing as a
configuration message from the
service provider that offers the
service that you want to use. See
”Configuration settings service”
p. 13. You can also enter all the
configuration settings manually.
See ”Configuration” p. 54.
■ Connect to a service
Ensure that the correct
configuration settings of the
service are activated.
1. To select the settings for
connecting to the service,
select Menu > Web > Settings
> Configuration sett..
2. Select Configuration. Only the
configurations that support
browsing service are shown.
Select a service provider,
Default, or Personal config. for
browsing. See ”Set up
browsing” p. 71.
3. Select Account and a browsing
service account contained in
the active configuration
settings.
4. Select Displ. term. window >
Yes to perform manual user
authentication for intranet
connections.
Make a connection to the service
in one of the following ways:
• Select Menu > Web > Home.
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Web
• To select a bookmark of the
service, select Menu > Web >
Bookmarks.
• To select the last URL, select
Menu > Web > Last web addr..
• To enter the address of the
service, select Menu > Web >
Go to address. Enter the
address of the service, and
select OK.
■ Browse pages
After you make a connection to
the service, you can start browsing
its pages. The function of the
phone keys may vary in different
services. Follow the text guides on
the phone display. For more
information, contact your service
provider.
■ Bookmarks
You can save page addresses as
bookmarks in the phone memory.
1. While browsing, select Options
> Bookmarks; or in the standby
mode, select Menu > Web >
Bookmarks.
2. Scroll to a bookmark, and
select it; or press the call key to
make a connection to the page
associated with the bookmark.
3. Select Options to view, edit,
delete, or send the bookmark;
to create a new bookmark; or
to save the bookmark to a
folder.
To browse through the page, scroll
in any direction.
Your device may have some
bookmarks loaded for sites not
affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does
not warrant or endorse these sites.
If you choose to access them, you
should take the same precautions,
for security or content, as you
would with any Internet site.
To select an item, press the call
key, or select Select.
Receive a bookmark
Browse with phone keys
To enter letters and numbers, press
the 0 to 9 keys. To enter special
characters, press *.
Direct calling
When you have received a
bookmark that is sent as a
bookmark, 1 bookmark received is
displayed. To view the bookmark,
select Show.
While browsing, you can make a
phone call, and save a name and a
phone number from a page.
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■ Appearance settings
While browsing, select Options >
Other options > Appearance
settings; or in the standby mode,
select Menu > Web > Settings >
Appearance settings and from the
following options:
Text wrapping — to select how the
text shall appear on the display
Font size — to set the font size
Show images > No — to hide
images on the page
Alerts > Alert for unsec. conn. >
Yes — to set the phone to alert
when a secure connection changes
to an unsecure one during
browsing
Alerts > Alert for unsec. items >
Yes — to set the phone to alert
when a secure page contains an
unsecure item. These alerts do not
guarantee a secure connection.
For more information, see
”Browser security” p. 75.
Character encoding > Content
encoding — to select the encoding
for the browser page content
Character encoding > Unicode
(UTF-8) addr. > On — to set the
phone to send a URL as a UTF-8
encoding
Screen size > Full or Small— to set
the screen layout
JavaScript > Enable — to enable
the Java scripts
■ Security settings
Cookies
A cookie is data that a site saves in
the cache memory of your phone.
Cookies are saved until you clear
the cache memory. See ”Cache
memory” p. 74.
While browsing, select Options >
Other options > Security > Cookie
settings; or in the standby mode,
select Menu > Web > Settings >
Security settings > Cookies. To
allow or prevent the phone from
receiving cookies, select Allow or
Reject.
Scripts over secure
connection
You can select whether to allow
the running of scripts from a
secure page. The phone supports
WML scripts.
While browsing, to allow the
scripts, select Options > Other
options > Security > WMLScript
settings; or in the standby mode,
select Menu > Web > Settings >
Security settings > WMLScripts in
conn. > Allow.
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Web
■ Download settings
Service inbox settings
To automatically save all
downloaded files in Gallery, select
Menu > Web > Settings >
Downloading sett. > Automatic
saving > On.
Select Menu > Web > Settings >
Service inbox sett..
■ Service inbox
To set the phone to receive service
messages only from content
authors approved by the service
provider, select Message filter >
On. To view the list of the
approved content authors, select
Trusted channels.
The phone is able to receive service
messages sent by your service
provider (network service). Service
messages are notifications (for
example, news headlines), and
they may contain a text message
or an address of a service.
To access the Service inbox in the
standby mode, when you have
received a service message, select
Show. If you select Exit, the
message is moved to the Service
inbox. To access the Service inbox
later, select Menu > Web >
Service inbox.
To access the Service inbox while
browsing, select Options > Other
options > Service inbox. Scroll to
the message you want, and to
activate the browser and
download the marked content,
select Retrieve. To display
detailed information on the
service notification or delete the
message, select Options > Details
or Delete.
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To set whether you want to receive
service messages, select Service
messages > On or Off.
To set the phone to automatically
activate the browser from the
standby mode when the phone has
received a service message, select
Autom. connection > On. If you
select Off, the phone activates the
browser only after you select
Retrieve when the phone has
received a service message.
■ Cache memory
A cache is a memory location that
is used to store data temporarily. If
you have tried to access or have
accessed confidential information
requiring passwords, empty the
cache after each use. The
information or services you have
accessed is stored in the cache.
To empty the cache while
browsing, select Options > Other
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options > Clear the cache; in the
standby mode, select Menu > Web
> Clear the cache.
■ Browser security
Security features may be required
for some services, such as online
banking or shopping. For such
connections you need security
certificates and possibly a security
module, which may be available
on your SIM card. For more
information, contact your service
provider.
Security module
The security module improves
security services for applications
requiring a browser connection,
and allows you to use a digital
signature. The security module
may contain certificates as well as
private and public keys. The
certificates are saved in the
security module by the service
provider.
To view or change the security
module settings, select Menu >
Settings > Security > Security
module sett..
Certificates
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.
There are three kinds of
certificates: server certificates,
authority certificates, and user
certificates. You may receive these
certificates from your service
provider. Authority certificates and
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user certificates may also be saved
in the security module by the
service provider.
To view the list of the authority or
user certificates downloaded into
your phone, select Menu >
Settings > Security > Authority
certificates or User certificates.
is displayed during a
connection, if the data
transmission between the phone
and the content server is
encrypted.
The security icon does not indicate
that the data transmission
between the gateway and the
content server (or place where the
requested resource is stored) is
secure. The service provider
secures the data transmission
between the gateway and the
content server.
shown, which may include the
amount and date.
Check that the header text is Read
and that the digital signature icon
is shown.
If the digital signature icon does
not appear, there is a security
breach, and you should not enter
any personal data such as your
signing PIN.
To sign the text, read all of the text
first, and select Sign.
The text may not fit within a single
screen. Therefore, make sure to
scroll through and read all of the
text before signing.
Select the user certificate you
want to use. Enter the signing PIN.
The digital signature icon
disappears, and the service may
display a confirmation of your
purchase.
Digital signature
You can make digital signatures
with your phone if your SIM card
has a security module. Using the
digital signature can be the same
as signing your name to a paper
bill, contract, or other document.
To make a digital signature, select
a link on a page (for example, the
title of the book you want to buy
and its price). The text to sign is
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SIM services
16. SIM services
Your SIM card may provide
additional services. You can access
this menu only if it is supported by
your SIM card. The name and
contents of the menu depend on
the available services.
For availability and information on
using SIM card services, contact
your SIM card vendor. This may be
the service provider, network
operator, or other vendor.
To set the phone to show you the
confirmation messages sent
between your phone and the
network when you are using the
SIM services, select Menu >
Settings > Phone > Confirm SIM
actions > Yes.
Accessing these services may
involve sending messages or
making a phone call for which you
may be charged.
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PC connectivity
17. PC connectivity
You can send and receive e-mail,
and access the Internet when your
phone is connected to a
compatible PC through a
Bluetooth or a data cable
connection. You can use your
phone with a variety of PC
connectivity and data
communications applications.
■ Nokia PC Suite
With Nokia PC Suite you can
synchronize contacts, calendar,
notes, and to-do notes between
your phone and the compatible PC
or a remote Internet server
(network service). You may find
more information and PC Suite on
the Nokia Web site at www.nokiaasia.com/support or your local
Nokia Web site.
■ Packet data, HSCSD,
and CSD
With your phone you can use the
packet data, high-speed circuit
switched data (HSCSD), and circuit
switched data (CSD, GSM data)
data services. For availability and
subscription to data services,
contact your network operator or
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service provider. See ”Modem
settings” p. 49.
The use of HSCSD services
consumes the phone battery faster
than normal voice or data calls.
■ Bluetooth
Use the Bluetooth technology to
connect your compatible Laptop to
the Internet. Your phone must
have activated a service provider
that supports Internet access and
your PC has to support Bluetooth
PAN (Personal Area Network).
After connecting to the network
access point (NAP) service of the
phone and pairing with your PC
your phone automatically opens a
packet data connection to the
Internet. PC Suite software
installation is not necessary when
using the NAP service of the
phone.
See ”Bluetooth wireless
technology” p. 48.
■ Data communication
applications
For information on using a data
communication application, refer
to the documentation provided
with it.
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Making or answering phone calls
during a computer connection is
not recommended, as it might
disrupt the operation.
For better performance during
data calls, place the phone on a
stationary surface with the keypad
facing downward. Do not move
the phone by holding it in your
hand during a data call.
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Battery information
18. Battery information
■ Charging and
discharging
Your device is powered by a
rechargeable battery. The full
performance of a new battery is
achieved only after two or three
complete charge and discharge
cycles. The battery can be charged
and discharged hundreds of times,
but it will eventually wear out.
When the 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 replacement 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
and then disconnect and
reconnect it to start the charging.
Unplug the charger from the
electrical plug and the device
when not in use. Do not leave 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.
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If the battery is completely
discharged, it may take a few
minutes before the charging
indicator appears on the display or
before any calls can be made.
Use the battery only for its
intended purpose. Never use any
charger or battery that is
damaged.
Do not short-circuit the battery.
Accidental short-circuiting can
occur when a metallic object 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. Short-circuiting
the terminals may damage the
battery or the connecting object.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold
places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter conditions, will
reduce the capacity and lifetime of
the battery. Always try to keep the
battery between 15°C and 25°C
(59°F and 77°F). A device with a
hot or cold battery may not work
temporarily, even when the
battery is fully charged. Battery
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performance is particularly limited
in temperatures well below
freezing.
authenticity. If authenticity
cannot be verified, return the
battery to the place of purchase.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire
as they may explode. Batteries
may also explode if damaged.
Dispose of batteries according to
local regulations. Please recycle
when possible. Do not dispose as
household waste.
Authenticate hologram
1. When looking 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.
■ 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 an
authorized Nokia dealer, look for
the Nokia Original Enhancements
logo on the packaging, and inspect
the hologram label using the
following steps:
Successful completion of the four
steps is not a total assurance of
the authenticity of the battery. If
you have any reason to believe
that your battery is not an
authentic original Nokia battery,
you should refrain from using it,
and take it to the nearest
authorized Nokia service point or
dealer for assistance. Your
authorized Nokia service point or
dealer will inspect the battery for
2. When you angle the hologram
left, right, down, and up, you
should see 1, 2, 3, and 4 dots on
each side respectively.
3. Scratch the side of the label to
reveal a 20-digit code, for
example,
12345678919876543210. Turn
the battery so that the
numbers are facing upwards.
The 20-digit code reads
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Battery information
starting from the number at
the top row followed by the
bottom row.
12345678919876543210, and
send to 5555.
National and international
operator charges will apply.
You should receive a message
indicating whether the code can
be authenticated.
4. Confirm that the 20-digit code
is valid by following the
instructions at
www.nokiaoriginals.com/
check.
To create a text message enter the
20-digit code, for example,
12345678919876543210, and
send to +44 7786 200276.
To create a text message,
• For countries in Asia Pacific,
excluding India: Enter the
20-digit code, for example,
12345678919876543210, and
send to +61 427151515.
If you need assistance confirming
the battery code, contact your
local Nokia Care Centres listed at
www.nokia-asia.com/
carecentrelocator.
What if your battery is not
authentic?
If you cannot confirm that your
Nokia battery with the hologram
on the label is an authentic Nokia
battery, please do not use the
battery. Take it to the nearest
authorized Nokia service point or
dealer for assistance. The use of a
battery that is not approved by the
manufacturer may be dangerous
and may result in poor
performance and damage to your
device and its enhancements. It
may also invalidate any approval
or warranty applying to the device.
To find out more about original
Nokia batteries, visit
www.nokiaoriginals.com/battery.
• For India only: Enter Battery
followed by the 20-digit
battery code, for example,
Battery
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Genuine Enhancements
19. Genuine Enhancements
A new extensive
range of
enhancements is
available for your
phone. Select the enhancements
which accommodate your specific
communication needs.
Some of the enhancements are
described in detail below.
For availability of the
enhancements, please check with
your local dealer. A few practical
rules for enhancements operation:
• Keep the enhancements out of
small children’s reach.
• When you disconnect the
power cord of any
enhancement, grasp and pull
the plug, not the cord.
• Check regularly that all mobile
phone equipment in a vehicle is
mounted and operating
properly.
Use only batteries, chargers and
enhancements approved by the
phone manufacturer. The use of
any other types may invalidate
any approval or warranty
applying to the phone, and may
be dangerous.
■ Power
Type
Tech
Talktime*
Standby*
BL-4B Li-lon Up to 2 Up to
- 2.5 h 250 h
* Variation in operation times may
occur depending on SIM card,
network and usage settings, usage
style and environments. Use of FM
radio and integrated hands-free
will affect talktime and standby.
■ Wireless Headset
Nokia Bluetooth Headset
BH-700
Enjoy handsfree elegance with the
lightweight Nokia Bluetooth
Headset BH-700. Features easily
accessible answer/end and volume
buttons, an optional ear loop, and
a convenient strap to hold the
headset when not in use.
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Genuine Enhancements
■ Car Solutions - Plug-in
solutions
Nokia Plug-in Car
Handsfree HF-3
Includes a built-in speaker,
integrated microphone, and phone
charging. Plug it in to your car's
cigarette lighter socket and you're
ready for handsfree calls through
your compatible mobile phone.
■ Headsets - Wired
Headset
Nokia Fashion Stereo
Headset HS-31
The Nokia Fashion Stereo Headset
provides a convenient handsfree
facility and the pleasure of
listening to your compatible Nokia
phone's FM radio or MP3 player in
stereo.
■ Memory card
Nokia 512 MB microSD
Card MU-28
This microSD Card provides 512
MB of removable storage and
increases the available memory for
data, music and software
applications.
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Care and maintenance
Care and maintenance
Your device is a product of superior
design and craftsmanship and should
be treated with care. The suggestions
below 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.
• 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 hot
areas. High temperatures can
shorten the life of electronic
devices, damage batteries, and
warp or melt certain plastics.
• Do not use harsh chemicals,
cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents to clean the device.
• Do not paint the device. Paint can
clog the moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
• Do not touch the main display with
hard or angular materials. Objects
like earrings or jewellery may
scratch the display.
• Use a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean
any lenses (such as camera,
proximity sensor, and light sensor
lenses).
• Use only the supplied or an
approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized antennas,
modifications, or attachments
could damage the device and may
violate regulations governing radio
devices.
• Do not store the device in cold
areas. When the device returns to
its normal temperature, moisture
can form inside the device and
damage electronic circuit boards.
• Use chargers indoors.
• Do not attempt to open the device
other than as instructed in this
guide.
All of the above suggestions apply
equally to your device, battery, charger,
or any enhancement. If any device is
not working properly, take it to the
nearest authorized service facility for
service.
• Do not drop, knock, or shake the
device. Rough handling can break
internal circuit boards and fine
mechanics.
• Always create a backup of data you
want to keep (such as contacts and
calendar notes) before sending
your device to a service facility.
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Additional safety information
Additional safety information
Your device and its enhancements may
contain small parts. Keep them out of
the reach of small children.
■ Operating environment
Remember to follow any special
regulations in force in any area, and
always switch off your device when its
use is prohibited or when it may cause
interference or danger. Use the device
only in its normal operating positions.
This device meets RF exposure
guidelines when used either in the
normal use position against the ear or
when positioned at least 2.2
centimeters (7/8 inch) away from the
body. When a carry case, belt clip or
holder is used for body-worn
operation, it should not contain metal
and should position the device the
above-stated distance from your body.
To transmit data files or messages, this
device requires a quality connection to
the network. In some cases,
transmission of data files or messages
may be delayed until such a
connection is available. Ensure that
the above separation distance
instructions are followed until the
transmission is completed.
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.
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■ Medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting
equipment, including wireless phones,
may interfere with the functionality of
inadequately protected medical
devices. Consult a physician or the
manufacturer of the medical device to
determine if they are adequately
shielded from external RF energy or if
you have any questions. Switch off
your device in health care facilities
when any regulations posted in these
areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to
external RF energy.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend
that a minimum separation of
15.3 centimeters (6 inches) be
maintained between a wireless phone
and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with
the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research. Persons with
pacemakers should do the following:
• Always keep the device more than
15.3 centimeters (6 inches) from
the pacemaker
• Not carry the device in a breast
pocket
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• Hold the device to the ear opposite
the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference.
If you suspect interference, switch off
your device, and move the device away.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless devices may
interfere with some hearing aids. If
interference occurs, consult your
service provider.
■ Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly
installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles
such as electronic fuel injection
systems, electronic antiskid (antilock)
braking systems, electronic speed
control systems, and air bag systems.
For more information, check with the
manufacturer or its representative of
your vehicle or any equipment that has
been added.
Only qualified personnel should service
the device, or install the device in a
vehicle. Faulty installation or service
may be dangerous and may invalidate
any warranty that may apply to the
device. 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 enhancements.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag,
remember that air bags inflate with
great force. Do not place objects,
including installed or portable wireless
equipment in the area over the air bag
or in the air bag deployment area. If invehicle wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
Using your device while flying in
aircraft is prohibited. 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, disrupt the
wireless telephone network, and may
be illegal.
■ Potentially explosive
environments
Switch off your device when in any
area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and
instructions. Potentially explosive
atmospheres include areas where you
would normally be advised to turn off
your vehicle engine. Sparks in such
areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Switch off the device at refueling
points such as near gas pumps at
service stations. Observe restrictions
on the use of radio equipment 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 below deck on boats,
chemical transfer or storage facilities,
vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane), and areas
where the air contains chemicals or
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particles such as grain, dust, or metal
powders.
■ Emergency calls
Important: Wireless phones,
including this device, operate
using radio signals, wireless
networks, landline networks,
and user-programmed
functions. Because of this,
connections in all conditions
cannot be guaranteed. You
should never rely solely on
any wireless device for
essential communications
like medical emergencies.
call. Consult this guide or your service
provider for more information.
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.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the device is not on, switch it on.
Check for adequate signal strength.
Some networks may require that a
valid SIM card is properly inserted
in the device.
2. Press the end key as many times as
needed to clear the display and
ready the device for calls.
3. Enter the official emergency
number for your present location.
Emergency numbers vary by
location.
4. Press the call key.
If certain features are in use, you may
first need to turn those features off
before you can make an emergency
call. If the device is in the offline or
flight mode, you must change the
profile to activate the phone function
before you can make an emergency
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Additional safety information
■ Certification information
(SAR)
THIS DEVICE MEETS INTERNATIONAL
GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES
Your mobile device is a radio
transmitter and receiver. It is designed
and manufactured not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio frequency
(RF) recommended by international
guidelines (ICNIRP). These limits are
part of comprehensive guidelines and
establish permitted levels of RF energy
for the general population. The
guidelines were developed by
independent scientific organizations
through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies. The
guidelines include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety of
all persons, regardless of age and
health.
The exposure standard for mobile
devices employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit
stated in the international guidelines is
2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg)*. Tests for
SAR are conducted using standard
operating positions with the device
transmitting at its highest certified
power level in all tested frequency
bands. Although the SAR is determined
at the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR of the device while
operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the
device is designed to operate at
multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are
to a base station, the lower the power
output of the device.
The highest SAR value for this device
when tested for use at the ear is 0.73
W/kg.
SAR values may vary depending on
national reporting and testing
requirements and the network band.
Use of device accessories and
enhancements may result in different
SAR values. Additional SAR
information may be provided under
product information at www.nokiaasia.com.
* The SAR limit for mobile devices used
by the public is 2.0 W/kg averaged over
10 grams of body tissue. The guidelines
incorporate a substantial margin of
safety to give additional protection for
the public and to account for any
variations in measurements. SAR
values may vary depending on national
reporting requirements and the
network band. For SAR information in
other regions, please look under
product information at
www.nokia.com.
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Index
A
access codes 13
accessories. See enhancements.
active standby 20, 46
alarm clock 66
antenna 18
applications
applications collection 69
audio messages 31
B
barring password 13
Battery 83
battery
charging 16
charging, discharging 80
Battery information
type 83
blacklist 34
Bluetooth 48, 78
bookmarks 72
browser
appearance settings 73
bookmarks 72
security 73
set up 71
business cards 42
C
cache memory 74
calculator 67
calendar 66
calendar notes 67
call
functions 23
log 44
options 24
settings 51
waiting 24
call key 19
call register. See call log.
calls
answer 24
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international 23
making of 23
reject 24
speed dialing 23
voice dialing 23
camera
effects 61
filter 61
key 19
record a video clip 60
settings 61
take an image 60
certificates 75
Certification information (SAR) 89
character case 25
charge the battery 16
clock settings 46
codes 13
configuration 54
setting service 13
settings 17
contact information 14
contacts
copy 41
delete 42
edit 42
groups 43
my numbers 43
save 41
search 41
service numbers 43
settings 43
speed dialing 43
cookies 73
countdown timer 68
customer service 14
D
data
communication 78
transfer 50
data cable 51
date settings 46
delete
messages 38
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delete messages 38
digital signature 76
display 19
downloads 14, 74
E
earpiece 19
EGPRS 49
e-mail application 32
emergency calls 88
end
call 23
end key 19
enhancements 12, 53
equalizer 65
explosive environments 87
F
factory settings 55
flash messages 30
FM radio 63
font size 46
G
gallery 58
games 69
Genuine Enhancements 83
GPRS 49
H
handsfree. See loudspeaker.
hearing aid 53, 87
I
image 60
IMAP4 32
indicators 21
info messages 38
installation 15
instant messaging 34
Internet 71–76
J
junk folder 34
K
keyguard 22
keypad 19
keypad lock 22
keys 19
call key 19
end key 19
keyguard 22
keypad 19
keypad lock 22
power on/off 19
scroll key 19
selection keys 19
L
language settings 52
location information 44
log 44
loudspeaker 19, 24
M
main display 45
maintenance 85
media player 61
memory card 58
memory full 31
menu 26
messages
audio message 31
center number 27
flash message 30
folder 31
info messages 38
length indicator 27
service commands 38
settings for 38–40
text 27
voice message 37
microphone 19
MMS. See multimedia messages.
multimedia messages 28
music player 61
N
navigation 26
navigation key 47
navigation key. See scroll key.
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network
name on display 19
services 11
Nokia 512 MB microSD Card
MU-28 84
Nokia battery authentication
guidelines 81
Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-700 83
Nokia contact information 14
Nokia Fashion Stereo Headset
HS-31 84
Nokia Plug-in Car Handsfree HF-3 84
notes 67
numbers 43
O
offline mode 22
operator menu 57
organizer 66
P
pacemakers 86
packet data 49
packet data. See general packet radio
service.
parts 19
PC connectivity 78
PC Suite 78
phone
configuration 54
keys 19
open 17
parts 19
settings 52
updates 53, 56
phone lock. See keypad lock.
PictBridge 51
PIN codes 13, 17
plug and play service 17
POP3 32
Pop-Port 19
positioning. See location information.
power key 19
power saver 46
predictive text input 25
compound words 25
profiles 45
PUK codes 13
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pushed messages 74
R
radio 63
recorder 64
ringing tones 45
S
safety information 10, 86
screen saver 46
scroll key 19
scrolling 26
security
codes 13
module 75
settings 54
selection keys 19
service
commands 38
inbox 74
messages 74
numbers 43
services 71–76
settings
call 51
camera 61
clock 46
configuration 54
connectivity 48
data transfer 50
date 46
downloads 74
enhancements 53
GPRS, EGPRS 49
main display 45
messages 38
my shortcuts 47
phone 52
profiles 45
restore factory settings 55
security 54
service inbox 74
themes 45
time 46
tones 45
USB data cable 51
wallpaper 46
shared memory 12
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shortcuts 20, 47
signal strength 19
SIM
card 22
card installation 15
messages 38
services 77
SMS. See text messages
software updates 53, 56
spam filter 34
speed dialing 23, 43
standby mode 19, 47
status indicators 19
stereo widening 65
stopwatch 68
strap 18
streaming service 61
switch on and off 17
swivel 46
synchronization 50
W
wallpaper 46
web 71–76
wireless markup language 71
wrist strap 18
write text 25
X
XHTML 71
Z
zoom key 19
T
take an image 60
text 25
text message 27
text phone 53
themes 45
time settings 46
to-do list 67
tones 45
traditional text input 25
U
unlock keypad 22
UPIN 17
V
vehicles 87
video clip 60
voice
commands 47
dialing 23
messages 37
recorder 64
volume key 19
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