Owners Guide for Nokia 6310 - Microsoft

Owners Guide for Nokia 6310 - Microsoft
Owner’s Guide for Nokia 6310
List of menu functions
1. Messages
1. Write message
2. Inbox
3. Outbox
4. Archive
5. Templates
6. My folders
7. Erase messages
8. Voice messages
9. Info messages
10.Service command editor
11.Message settings
2. Call register
1. Missed calls
2. Received calls
3. Dialled numbers
4. Erase Recent Call Lists
5. Call duration
6. Call costs
7. GPRS data counter
8. GPRS connection timer
3. Profiles
1. General
2. Silent
3. Meeting
4. Outdoor
5. Pager
4. Settings
1. Alarm clock
2. Time settings
3. Call settings
4. Phone settings
5. Tone settings
6. Accessory settings
7. GPRS modem settings
8. Security settings
9. Restore factory settings
5. Games
6. Calculator
7. To-do list
8. Calendar
9. Infrared
10.Bluetooth
11.Extras
1. Voice recorder
2. Wallet
3. Voice commands.
4. Countdown timer
5. Stopwatch
12.Services
1. Home
2. Bookmarks
3. Service inbox
4. Settings
5. Go to address
6. Clear the cache
13.SIM services1
1. Only shown if supported by your SIM card. The name and contents vary depending on the SIM card.
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Content
Content
FOR YOUR SAFETY ................................... 6
General information.................................. 8
Stickers in the sales package .................................... 8
Access codes .................................................................. 8
Overview of the functions of the phone. 9
Bluetooth ........................................................................ 9
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) ..................... 9
HSCSD (High Speed Circuit
Switched Data).............................................................. 9
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol)...................... 9
Voice features.............................................................. 10
1.Your phone ........................................... 11
Erasing names and numbers...................................
Copying phone books ...............................................
Sending and receiving a
business card...............................................................
Speed dialling .............................................................
Voice dialling ..............................................................
Adding a voice tag .................................................
Making a call by using a voice tag ...................
Replaying, changing or erasing a voice tag....
Service numbers.........................................................
Caller groups...............................................................
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6.Using the menu.................................... 25
Keys and connectors.................................................. 11
Standby mode.............................................................. 11
Accessing a menu function..................................... 25
By scrolling............................................................... 25
By shortcut............................................................... 25
2.Getting started..................................... 13
7.Menu functions ................................... 26
Installing the SIM card and the battery .............. 13
Charging the battery ................................................. 13
Switching the phone on and off ............................ 14
Keypad lock (Keyguard) ............................................ 15
Messages (Menu 1) ...................................................
Writing and sending messages...........................
Options for sending a message ..........................
Text and picture templates..................................
Reading and replying to a message ..................
Inbox and outbox folders.....................................
Erasing the messages............................................
Archive folder and My folders ............................
Voice messages .......................................................
Info messages..........................................................
Service command editor ......................................
Message settings....................................................
Call register (Menu 2)...............................................
Missed calls and received calls ..........................
Dialled numbers......................................................
Erase recent call lists ............................................
Call counters and call timers ..............................
Profiles (Menu 3) .......................................................
Settings (Menu 4)......................................................
Alarm clock ..............................................................
Time and date settings .........................................
Call settings .............................................................
Phone settings.........................................................
Tone settings ...........................................................
Accessory settings..................................................
GPRS modem settings...........................................
Security settings.....................................................
Restore factory settings .......................................
Games (Menu 5).........................................................
3.Call functions....................................... 16
Making a call ............................................................... 16
Last number redialling........................................... 16
Calling your voice mailbox................................... 16
Speed dialling a phone number .......................... 16
Making a conference call ..................................... 16
Answering or rejecting an
incoming call ............................................................... 17
Call waiting .............................................................. 17
Options during a call ................................................. 17
4.Writing text.......................................... 18
Using traditional text input..................................... 18
Using predictive text input...................................... 18
Setting predictive text input on or off ............. 18
Writing words with predictive text input ........ 18
5.Phone book (Names)............................ 20
Selecting the phone book settings........................ 20
Saving names and phone
numbers (Add name) ................................................. 20
Saving multiple numbers and text
items per name........................................................ 20
Searching for a name in the phone book ............ 21
Editing a name, number or a text item................ 21
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Starting a game ......................................................
Game settings..........................................................
Calculator (Menu 6) ..................................................
Making a currency conversion............................
To-do list (Menu 7)....................................................
Calendar (Menu 8).....................................................
Making a calendar note........................................
When the phone alarms for a note ...................
Infrared (Menu 9).......................................................
Bluetooth (Menu 10) ................................................
Activating and deactivating Bluetooth............
Bluetooth connection............................................
Bluetooth settings..................................................
Extras (Menu 11)........................................................
Voice recorder..........................................................
Wallet ........................................................................
Voice commands.....................................................
Countdown timer ...................................................
Stopwatch ................................................................
Mobile Internet services, WAP (Menu 12)..........
Basic steps for accessing and using
WAP services............................................................
Setting up the phone for a WAP service .........
Making a connection to a WAP service ...........
Browsing the pages of a WAP service ..............
Ending a WAP connection ...................................
Appearance settings of the WAP browser.......
Download settings .................................................
Bookmarks ................................................................
Service inbox............................................................
The cache memory .................................................
Security indicator ...................................................
Security module ......................................................
Digital signature .....................................................
Certificates ...............................................................
Security module settings......................................
SIM services (Menu 13)............................................
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INDOOR ......................................................................... 53
Fast & Light Charger (ACP-8).............................. 53
Desktop Stand (DCH-9)......................................... 54
INDOOR & VEHICLE ................................................... 54
Personal Handsfree Kit with Remote
Control (HDC-9P).................................................... 54
VEHICLE......................................................................... 54
Mobile Charger (LCH-9)........................................ 54
Phone Holder (MBC-1).......................................... 54
Complete Handsfree Car Kit (CARK-91)........... 55
11.Care and Maintenance....................... 56
12.Important Safety Information .......... 57
Traffic Safety ............................................................... 57
Operating environment ............................................ 57
Electronic devices....................................................... 57
Pacemakers............................................................... 57
Hearing aids ............................................................. 57
Other medical devices ........................................... 57
Vehicles...................................................................... 58
Posted facilities ....................................................... 58
Potentially explosive atmospheres........................ 58
Vehicles ......................................................................... 58
Emergency calls .......................................................... 58
To make an emergency call: ................................ 59
Certification information (SAR) ............................. 59
Index....................................................... 61
8.Data and fax communication............. 50
Communication applications and modem
drivers............................................................................
PC Suite.....................................................................
Modem setup...........................................................
Using data communication applications .........
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9.Battery statements.............................. 52
Charging and Discharging ....................................... 52
10.Genuine Accessories.......................... 53
BATTERY........................................................................ 53
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules
may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed
information is given in this manual.
Do not switch the phone on when
wireless phone use is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Don't use a hand-held phone while
driving.
BACKUP COPIES
Remember to make backup copies of all
important data.
CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES
When connecting to any other device,
read its user's guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not connect
incompatible products.
CALLING
All wireless phones may get
interference, which could affect
performance.
Ensure the phone is switched on and in
service. Enter the phone number,
including the area code, then press
. To end a call, press
. To
answer a call, press
.
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
EMERGENCY CALLS
INTERFERENCE
Follow any regulations or rules. Switch
the phone off near medical equipment.
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Wireless devices can cause interference
in aircraft.
SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELLING
Ensure the phone is switched on and in
service. Press
as many times as
needed (e.g. to exit a call, to exit a menu,
etc.) to clear the display. Enter the
emergency number, then press
.
Give your location. Do not end the call
until told to do so.
Don't use the phone at a refuelling
point. Don't use near fuel or chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Don't use the phone where blasting is
in progress. Observe restrictions, and
follow any regulations or rules.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in the normal position. Don't
touch the antenna unnecessarily.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel may install or
repair phone equipment.
ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES
Use only approved accessories and
batteries. Do not connect incompatible
products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep
it dry.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
Network Services
The wireless phone described in this guide is
approved for use on the EGSM 900 and GSM 1800
network.
Dualband is a network dependent feature. Check
with your local service provider if you can subscribe
to and use this feature.
A number of features included in this guide are
called Network Services. These are special services
that you arrange through your wireless service
provider. Before you can take advantage of any of
these Network Services, you must subscribe to
them through your service provider and obtain
instructions for their use from your service provider.
Note: Some networks may not support all
language-dependent characters and/or
services.
Check the model number of any charger before use
with this device. This device is intended for use
when supplied with power from ACP-7, ACP-8,
ACP-9 and LCH-9.
Warning: Use only batteries, chargers
and accessories approved by the phone
manufacturer for use with this particular
phone model. The use of any other types
may invalidate any approval or warranty
applying to the phone, and may be
dangerous.
For availability of approved accessories, please
check with your dealer.
When you disconnect the power cord of any
accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
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General information
General information
в– Stickers in the sales package
The stickers contain important information
for service and customer support purposes.
Attach the
sticker П„o Your details page of
this Owner’s guide.
в– Access codes
• Security code (5 digits): The security code
protects your phone against unauthorised
use, and is supplied with the phone. The
preset code is 12345. Change the code in
the Settings menu, see ”Security settings”
on page 34. Keep the new code secret and
in a safe place separate from your phone.
service, see ”Security settings” on page 34.
The password is obtained from your
service provider.
• Wallet code (4-10 digits): The wallet
code is needed to access the wallet
services. For further information, see
“Wallet” on page 40.
• Module PIN: The Module PIN is required
to access the information in the Security
module. The module PIN is supplied with
the SIM card if the SIM card has a security
module in it.
• Signing PIN: The Signing PIN is needed for
the digital signature. The signing PIN is
supplied with the SIM card if the SIM card
has a security module in it.
Set the phone to request the code, see
”Security settings” on page 34.
• PIN code (4 to 8 digits): The PIN (Personal
Identification Number) code protects your
SIM card against unauthorised use. The
PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM
card.
Set the phone to request the PIN code
each time the phone is switched on, see
”Security settings” on page 34.
• PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits): The PIN2 code
may be supplied with the SIM card and is
required to access some functions, such as
charging unit counters.
• PUK and PUK2 codes (8 digits): The PUK
(Personal Unblocking Key) code is required
to change a blocked PIN code. The PUK2
code is required to change a blocked PIN2
code.
If the codes are not supplied with the SIM
card, contact your local service provider
for the codes.
• Barring password: The barring password is
needed when using the Call barring
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Overview of the functions of the phone
Overview of the functions of the phone
The Nokia 6310 phone provides many
functions which are very practical for daily
use, such as Clock, Alarm clock, Countdown
timer, Games, Calculator, Calendar, and many
more.
в– Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a system that enables wireless
connections between electronic devices at a
range of max. 10 metres. There is no charge to
connect devices via Bluetooth. A Bluetooth
connection can be used to send business
cards, calendar notes and faxes, or to connect
wirelessly to compatible Bluetooth
accessories.
в– GPRS (General Packet Radio
Service)
GPRS is a technology that allows mobile
phones to be used for sending and receiving
data over the mobile network. GPRS as such is
a data bearer that enables wireless access to
data networks such as the Internet. The
applications that use GPRS are WAP, SMS
messaging and the GPRS dial-up (for
example, Internet and e-mail).
Before you can use GPRS technology
• You need to subscribe to the GPRS service.
For availability and subscription to the
GPRS service, contact your network
operator or service provider.
• You need to save the GPRS settings for the
applications used over GPRS.
See ”Setting up the phone for a WAP
service” on page 43.
See ”Message settings” on page 29.
See ”GPRS modem settings” on page 34
and ”Data and fax communication” on
page 50.
Pricing for GPRS and applications
Both the active GPRS connection and the
applications used over GPRS, for example
using WAP services, sending and receiving
data and SMS messages, are priced. For more
detailed information on pricing, contact your
network operator or service provider.
в– HSCSD (High Speed Circuit
Switched Data)
The phone enables you to use GSM highspeed data services. You can use high-speed
functionality when your phone is connected
to a computer via an IR connection, cable or
Bluetooth, and when the modem drivers
supporting high-speed data software are
installed on your computer and selected as an
active modem.
For availability and subscription to highspeed data services, please contact your
network operator or service provider.
See also ”Data and fax communication” on
page 50.
в– WAP (Wireless Application
Protocol)
You can access various WAP services such as
banking, news, weather reports and flight
times. These services are specially designed
for mobile phones and they are maintained by
WAP service providers.
Check the availability of WAP services, pricing
and tariffs with your network operator and/or
the service provider whose service you wish to
use. Service providers will also give you
instructions on how to use their services.
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Overview of the functions of the phone
See ”Mobile Internet services, WAP (Menu
12)” on page 42.
в– Voice features
Your phone offers you the following voice
features:
• Voice dialling - to make a call by using a
voice tag, see ”Voice dialling” on page 22.
• Voice commands - to activate certain
functions in your phone that are listed in
the Voice commands. menu, see ”Voice
commands” on page 41.
• Voice recorder - to make voice recordings,
see ”Voice recorder” on page 39.
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Your phone
1. Your phone
в– Keys and connectors
5.
dials a phone number, and answers
a call. In standby mode it shows the most
recently called number.
6.
ends an active call. Exits from any
function.
7.
enter numbers and
characters. Pressing and holding
calls your voice mailbox.
1. Power key,
and
are used for various
purposes in different functions.
1 - Charger connector
Switches the phone on and off.
2 - Headset and Data connector
While in the phone book or in menu
functions, or when the keypad is locked,
pressing the power key briefly turns the
phone’s display lights on for
approximately 15 seconds.
3 - Infrared (IR) port
2. Volume keys
The upper key increases and the lower key
decreases the earpiece (and headset)
volume.
3. Selection keys,
4 - Power key
в– Standby mode
When the phone is ready for use, and no
characters have been entered by the user, the
phone is in standby mode.
and
The function of the keys depends on the
guiding text shown on the display above
the keys, for example Menu and Names in
standby mode.
4. Scroll keys,
and
Enables scrolling through names, phone
numbers, menus or settings.
Selection keys in standby mode are Menu and
Names.
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Your phone
xxxx
Indicates the cellular network in
which the phone is currently being
used.
GPRS modem connection is
established, refer to ”GPRS modem
settings” on page 34.
Shows the signal strength of the
cellular network at your current
location. The higher the bar, the
stronger the signal.
The
The signal strength indicator is
replaced with the indicator when a
GPRS connection is set to Always
online. See ”Setting up the phone for
a WAP service” on page 43.
Shows the battery charge level. The
higher the bar, the more power in the
battery.
Other essential indicators in standby mode:
You have received one or several text
or picture messages. See ”Reading
and replying to a message” on page
27.
is replaced with the indicator
if there is an incoming or
outgoing call during a GPRS modem
connection. The GPRS connection is
suspended.
All your calls are diverted to another
number, Divert all voice calls. If you
have two phone lines, the divert
indicator for the first line is
and
for the second line
. See ”Call
divert” on page 31.
Calls are limited to a closed user
group (network service). See
”Security settings” on page 34.
Bluetooth is on. See ”Bluetooth
(Menu 10)” on page 38. When the
indicator blinks, a Bluetooth
connection is being formed.
You have received one or several
voice messages. See ”Voice
messages” on page 28.
The phone’s keypad is locked. See
”Keypad lock (Keyguard)” on page 15.
The phone does not ring at an
incoming call or a text message when
Incoming call alert is set to Off and
Message alert tone is set to Off. See
”Tone settings” on page 33.
The alarm clock is set to On. See
”Alarm clock” on page 30.
The countdown timer is running. See
”Countdown timer” on page 41.
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Getting started
2. Getting started
в– Installing the SIM card and
the battery
4. Slide the card holder over the SIM card to
lock the card in its place (5).
• Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the
reach of small children.
• The SIM card and its contacts can easily be
damaged by scratches or bending, so be
careful when handling, inserting or
removing the card.
• Before installing the SIM card, always
make sure that the phone is switched off
and then remove the battery.
5. Place the battery on the back of the phone
(6) and slide it up the body of the phone
until it locks into place (7).
1. With the back of the phone facing you,
press the release button (1). Slide the
battery off the phone (2).
в– Charging the battery
2. Release the SIM card by sliding the SIM
card holder off the SIM card.
3. Insert the SIM card into the phone (4).
Make sure that the SIM card is inserted
properly and that the golden contact area
on the card is facing downwards.
1. Connect the lead of the charger to the
socket on the bottom of your phone.
2. Connect the charger to an AC wall socket.
The text Charging is displayed briefly if the
phone is switched on. If the battery is
completely flat, it may take a few minutes
before the charging indicator appears on
the display or any calls can be made.
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Getting started
You can use the phone while the charger is
connected.
The charging time depends on the charger
and the battery used. For example, charging a
BPS-2 battery with the ACP-8 charger takes
about 2 hours and 30 minutes for ultra slim
battery.
Warning: Do not switch the phone
on when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may cause
interference or danger.
в– Switching the phone on and
off
Press and hold the power key,
.
Note that if the phone displays Insert SIM
card even though the SIM card is properly
inserted, contact your network operator or
service provider. Your phone does not support
5 Volt SIM cards and the card may need to be
changed.
TIPS ON EFFICIENT OPERATION: Your phone
has a built-in antenna. As with any other
radio transmitting device, do not touch the
antenna unnecessarily when the phone is
switched on. Contact with the antenna
affects call quality and may cause the phone
to operate at a higher power level than
otherwise needed. Not touching the antenna
area during a phone call optimises the
antenna performance and the talktime of
your phone.
• If the phone asks for a PIN code, key in the
PIN code (displayed as ****), and press OK.
See also PIN code request in ”Security
settings” on page 34 and ”Access codes”
on page 8.
• If the phone asks for a security code, key in
the security code (displayed as *****), and
press OK.
See also ”Access codes” on page 8.
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Getting started
в– Keypad lock (Keyguard)
You can lock the keypad to prevent the keys
being accidentally pressed, for example, when
your phone is in your pocket or purse.
• Locking the keypad
In standby mode, press Menu and then
within 1.5 seconds to lock the
keypad.
When the keypad is locked,
at the top of the display.
appears
• Unlocking the keypad
Press Unlock and then
within 1.5
seconds to unlock the keypad.
• When the keyguard is on
To answer a call, press
. During a
call, the phone can be operated normally.
When you end or reject the call, the
keypad will automatically be locked.
Note: When Keyguard is on, calls
may be possible to the emergency
number programmed into your
phone (e.g. 112 or other official
emergency number). Key in the
emergency number and press
.
The number is displayed only after
you have keyed in its last digit.
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Call functions
3. Call functions
в– Making a call
Calling your voice mailbox
1. Key in the phone number, including the
area code. To edit the number on the
display, press
or
to move
the cursor and Clear to delete the
character to the left of the cursor.
In standby mode, press and hold
press
and
.
For international calls, press
twice
for the international prefix (the +
character replaces the international
access code) and then key in the country
code, area code and the phone number.
2. Press
to call the number.
, or
If the phone asks for the voice mailbox
number, key it in and press OK. See also ”Voice
messages” on page 28.
Speed dialling a phone number
Assign a phone number to one of the speed
dialling keys, (from
to
), and you
can call that number in either of the
following ways:
3. Press
or End call to end the call (or
to cancel the call attempt).
• Press the speed dialling key you want and
then press
.
When you are using the phone with the
Handsfree Car Kit, CARK-91, you can switch
from handsfree mode to privacy mode by
disconnecting the CARK-91 from the phone.
To switch back to handsfree, plug the CARK91 into the phone.
• If Speed dialling is set to on, press and
hold a speed dialling key until the call is
started. See ”Speed dialling” on page 32.
Making a call using the phone book
See also ”Speed dialling” on page 22.
Making a conference call
1. See ”Searching for a name in the phone
book” on page 21
Conference calling is a network service that
allows up to six people to take part in a
conference call.
2. Press
display.
1. Make a call to the first participant.
to call the number on the
Last number redialling
In standby mode, press
once to access
the list of the twenty numbers you last called
or attempted to call. Scroll to the number or
name you want, and press
to call the
number.
2. To make a call to a new participant, press
Options and select New call.
3. Key in, or search the memory, for the
phone number of the new participant and
press Call. The first call is put on hold.
4. When the new call has been answered,
join the first participant in the conference
call. Press Options and select Conference.
5. To add a new participant to the call, repeat
steps 2 to 4.
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Call functions
6. To have a private conversation with one of
the participants:
Press Options and select Private. Scroll to
the desired participant and press OK. Once
you have finished the private
conversation, re-establish the conference
call, as described in step 4.
7. To end the conference call, press
.
в– Answering or rejecting an
incoming call
Press
press
to answer the incoming call and
to end the call.
Press
to reject the incoming call.
Send DTMF is used to send DTMF tone strings,
for example, passwords or bank account
numbers. Key in the DTMF string or search for
it in the phone book and press OK. Note that
you can key in the wait character w and the
pause character p by repeatedly pressing
.
Swap is used 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 from the calls, and Record to start
the voice recording.
If you press Silence, only the ringing tone is
muted. Then either answer or reject the call.
Tip: If the Divert if busy function is
activated to divert the calls, for
example to your voice mailbox,
rejecting an incoming call will also
divert the call. See ”Call divert” on
page 31.
Call waiting
You can answer an incoming call while you
have a call in progress if you have activated
the function Call waiting service, see ”Call
waiting service” on page 32.
During a call, press
to answer the
waiting call. The first call is put on hold. Press
to end the active call.
в– Options during a call
Press Options during a call for some of the
following network service options (if they are
available from your service provider and
operator for the current call):
Mute or Unmute, End call, End all calls, Phone
book, Menu and Hold or Unhold, New call,
Conference, Private, Answer and Reject.
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Writing text
4. Writing text
You can key in text in two different ways,
using the traditional method, or another
method called predictive text input.
в– Using traditional text input
• To insert a space, press
.
• To switch between upper case and lower
case, press
. The symbol ABC or abc
shown at the top of the display indicates
the selected case.
The indicator
is shown on the top left of
the display when you are writing text using
the traditional text input.
• Press
or
to move the cursor
to the right or left, respectively.
• Press a number key,
to
,
repeatedly until the desired character
appears. All the characters available under
a number key are not printed on the key.
The available characters depend on the
language selected in the Language menu.
See ”Language” on page 32.
в– Using predictive text input
To insert a number, press and hold the
number key you want.
You can key in any letter with a single
keypress. The predictive text input is based on
a built-in dictionary to which you can also
add new words. When the dictionary becomes
full, the new word replaces the oldest added
one. The indicator
is shown on the top
left of the display when you are writing text
by using the predictive text input.
• To switch between letter and number
modes, press and hold
. Number
mode is indicated by 123 at the top of the
display.
Setting predictive text input on or
off
• If the next letter you want is located on
the same key as the present one, wait until
the cursor appears, or press
or
, and then key in the letter.
• To set the predictive text input off, select
Dictionary off.
• If you make a mistake, press Clear to
remove the character to the left of the
cursor. Press and hold Clear to delete the
characters more quickly.
• The most common punctuation marks and
special characters are available under the
number key
.
Pressing
brings up a list of special
characters. Scroll through the list and
press Use to select a character.
To scroll through the list more quickly,
press
,
,
or
, and
press
to select a character.
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When writing text, press Options and select
Dictionary.
• To set the predictive text input on, select a
language available in the dictionary
options list. Predictive text input is only
available for the languages in the list.
Tip: To quickly set the predictive text
input on or off, press
twice
when writing text.
Writing words with predictive text
input
1. Start writing a word by using the keys
to
. Press each key only once
for one letter. The word changes after each
keystroke.
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For example, to write Nokia when the
English dictionary is selected, press
for N,
for o,
for k,
for
i and
for a:
In addition to the number keys, you can
use other keys as follows:
• To delete a character to the left of the
cursor, press Clear. Press and hold Clear
to delete the characters more quickly.
• To change the character case, press
, and to change between letter
and number mode, press and hold
.
• To insert a symbol, press and hold
, or alternatively, press Options
and select Insert symbol. Scroll to the
symbol you want and press Use.
• Press
repeatedly until the
desired word appears and confirm it.
• Press Options and select Matches.
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, press Spell, key in the word
(traditional text input is used) and press
Save. When the dictionary becomes full,
the new word replaces the oldest one that
was added.
3. Start writing the next word.
Writing compound words
Key in the first part of the word and confirm it
by pressing
. Write the last part of the
compound word and confirm it by pressing
or
.
To scroll through the list more quickly,
press
,
,
or
,
and press
to select a character.
• To insert a number while in letter
mode, press and hold the respective
number key, or press Options, and
select Insert number. Key in the
numbers you want and press OK.
• To insert a name or a phone number by
searching for it in the phone book,
press Options and select Insert name
or Insert number.
• To insert a word, press Options and
select Insert word. Write the word
using the traditional text input method
and press Save. The word is also added
to the dictionary.
2. When you have finished writing the word
and it is correct, confirm it by pressing
or adding a space with
.
If the word is not correct, you have the
following options:
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Phone book (Names)
5. Phone book (Names)
You can save names and phone numbers in
the phone’s memory (internal phone book) or
in the SIM card’s memory (SIM phone book).
в– Saving names and phone
numbers (Add name)
• The internal phone book can save up to
500 names with numbers and textual
notes for each name. The total amount of
names that can be saved depends on the
length of the names, numbers and text
items.
1. Press Names and select Add name.
• The phone supports SIM cards that can
save up to 250 names and phone numbers.
Names and numbers saved in the SIM
cardВґs memory are indicated by
.
в– Selecting the phone book
settings
1. Press Names and select Settings.
2. Select Memory in use, and select one of
the following options:
Phone and SIM to recall names and
numbers from both phone books. The
names and numbers will be saved in the
phone’s memory.
Phone to use the phone’s internal phone
book.
SIM card to use the SIM card’s phone
book.
3. Select Phone book view and select one of
the following options:
Name list to show three names at a time.
Name and no. to show one name and
phone number at a time.
Large font to show only the name.
4. Select Memory status. Select Phone or SIM
card to see how many names and phone
numbers are currently saved and how
many can still be saved in the selected
phone book.
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Names and numbers will be saved in the
memory being used, see Selecting the phone
book settings above.
2. Key in the name and press OK. See
”Writing text” on page 18.
3. Key in the phone number, and press OK. To
key in the numbers, see ”Making a call” on
page 16.
4. When the name and number are saved,
press Done.
Tip: Quick save
In standby mode, key in the phone
number. Press Options, and select
Save. Key in the name and press OK.
Saving multiple numbers and text
items per name
You can save up to five phone numbers and
four brief text items in the phone’s internal
phone book for each name. Text items under
one name can be street and e-mail addresses,
a note and a web address.
The first number saved under a name is
automatically set as the default number, and
is indicated with
. When you select a
name from the phone book, for example, to
make a call, the default number is used unless
you select another number.
1. Make sure that the memory in use is either
Phone or Phone and SIM. See ”Selecting
the phone book settings” on page 20.
2. To access the list of names and phone
numbers, press
or
in
standby mode.
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3. Scroll to the name saved in the phoneВґs
internal phone book, to which you want to
add a new number or text item and press
Details. (If the name is not saved in the
phone, the phone will ask you whether you
want to save it there.)
Tip: To quickly find a name and
phone number, press
or
in standby mode. Key in the
first letter(s) of the name, and/or
scroll to the name you want.
4. Press Options and select Add number or
Add info.
в– Editing a name, number or a
text item
5. Select one of the following number or text
types:
Search for the name (and number) you want
to edit and press Details. Scroll to the name,
number or text item you want to edit, and
press Options. Select Edit name, Edit number,
or Edit info, and edit the name, number, or
text and press OK.
General is the default type used
when no other number type is set as the
default number. Other number types are
Mobile,
Home,
Office and
Fax.
Text types are
E-mail,
Note and Web address.
Postal addr.
To change the number or text type, select
Change type in the options list.
6. Key in the number or text item and press
OK to save it.
7. Press Back and then Exit to return to
standby mode.
Changing the default number
в– Erasing names and numbers
Press Names and select Erase.
• To delete names and numbers one by one,
select One by one and scroll to the name
(and number) you want to delete. Press
Erase and press OK to confirm.
• To delete all names and numbers in the
phone book at once, select Erase all and
then scroll to the phone book, Phone or
SIM card and press Erase. Press OK and
confirm with the security code.
Press
or
in standby mode,
scroll to the name you want and press Details.
Scroll to the number you want to set as the
default. Press Options and select Set as
default.
в– Copying phone books
в– Searching for a name in the
phone book
1. Press Names and select Copy.
1. Press Names and select Search.
2. Either press List to access the phone book
or key in the first character(s) of the name
you are searching for and press Search.
The matches appear in a pop-up window.
3. Scroll to the name you want, and press
Details. Scroll to view the details of the
selected name.
You can copy names and phone numbers from
the phone’s memory to your SIM card’s
memory and vice versa.
2. Select the copying direction, From phone
to SIM card or From SIM card to phone.
3. Select One by one, All or Default nos.
• If you select One by one, scroll to the
name you want to copy and press Copy.
Default nos. is shown if you copy from the
phone to the SIM card. Only the default
numbers will be copied.
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Phone book (Names)
4. To select whether you want to keep or
erase the original names and numbers,
choose Keep original or Move original.
• If you select All or Default nos., press
OK when Start copying? or Moving is
displayed.
в– Sending and receiving a
business card
You can send and receive a person’s contact
information as a business card either via IR,
Bluetooth or as an Over The Air (OTA)
message, if supported by the network.
• Receiving a business card
Make sure that your phone is ready to
receive data through its IR port, see
”Infrared (Menu 9)” on page 37, or
through Bluetooth (you must activate
Bluetooth on your phone, see ”Activating
and deactivating Bluetooth” on page 38).
The user of the other phone can now send
the name and phone number via the same
medium.
When you have received a business card
via IR, Bluetooth or as an Over The Air
(OTA) message, press Show. Press Options
and select Save to save the business card
in the phone’s memory, or Discard to
discard the received business card.
• Sending a business card
Using your phone’s infrared (IR) port or
Bluetooth, you can send a person’s contact
info as a business card to a compatible
phone or other handheld device which
supports the vCard standard.
1. Search the phone book for the name
and phone number you want to send,
press Options and select Send bus. card.
2. To send the business card via IR, make
sure that the other phone or the PC is
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set up to receive data via its IR port and
select Via infrared.
To send the business card via
Bluetooth, select Via Bluetooth.
Bluetooth activates automatically on
your phone. For further information,
see Activating and deactivating
Bluetooth.
To send the business card as an OTA
message, select Via SMS.
в– Speed dialling
To make a call using the speed dialling keys,
see ”Speed dialling a phone number” on page
16.
Assigning a number to a speed dialling key
Press Names and select Speed dials. Scroll to
the speed dialling key number you want, and
press Assign. If a number is already assigned
to that key, press Options, and you can view,
change or erase the assigned number.
Press Search, and select first the name and
then the number you want to assign.
в– Voice dialling
You can make a phone call by saying a voice
tag that has been added to a phone number.
You can add up to ten voice tags. Any spoken
word(s), such as a person’s name(s), can be a
voice tag.
Before using voice dialling, note that:
• Voice tags are not language dependent.
They are dependent on the speaker's voice.
• Voice tags are sensitive to background
noise. Record them and make calls in a
quiet environment.
• When recording a voice tag or making a
call by saying a voice tag, hold the phone
in the normal position near to your ear.
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• Very short names are not accepted. Use
long names and avoid similar names for
different numbers.
Note: You must say the name exactly
as you said it when you recorded it.
This may be difficult in, for example,
a noisy environment or during an
emergency, so you should not rely
solely upon voice dialling in all
circumstances.
Adding a voice tag
Save or copy in the phone’s memory the
names and phone numbers to which you want
to add a voice tag.
You can also add voice tags to the names in
the SIM card, but if you replace your SIM card
with a new one, you first need to delete the
old voice tags before you can add new ones.
1. In standby mode, press
or
.
2. Scroll to the name to which you want to
add a voice tag and press Details. Scroll to
the phone number you want and press
Options.
3. Select Add voice tag.
4. Press Start, and clearly say the word(s) you
want to record as a voice tag. After
recording, the phone plays the recorded
tag.
5. When the voice tag has been successfully
saved, Voice tag saved is displayed, a beep
sounds and a symbol
appears after the
phone number with the voice tag.
Making a call by using a voice tag
When an application using the GPRS
connection is sending or receiving data, you
cannot make a call using voice dialling. To
make a call using a voice tag, end the
application using the GPRS connection.
1. In standby mode, press and hold the
volume down key, or press and hold
Names. A short tone is heard and Speak
now is displayed.
2. Say the voice tag clearly.
3. The phone plays the recognised voice tag
and then dials the phone number of the
voice tag after 1.5 seconds.
If you are using the headset, press and hold
the headset key to start the voice dialling.
Replaying, changing or erasing a
voice tag
Press Names and select Voice tags. Scroll to
the name with the voice tag you want, and
press Options.
• To replay the voice tag, select Playback.
• To erase the voice tag, select Erase and
press OK.
• To change the voice tag, select Change.
Press Start to add the new voice tag.
в– Service numbers
You can call the service numbers of your
service provider if the service numbers are
included on your SIM card.
Press Names and select Service Nos. ОЈcroll to
a service number and press
to call the
number.
в– Caller groups
You can arrange the names and phone
numbers saved in the phone book into caller
groups. For each caller group, you can set the
phone to sound a specific ringing tone and
show a selected graphic on the display when
you receive a call from a phone number in the
group, see below. To set the phone to ring only
upon calls from phone numbers belonging to
a selected caller group, see Alert for in the
section ”Tone settings” on page 33.
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Phone book (Names)
Press Names, select Caller groups and select
the caller group you want. Select
• Group name, key in a new name for the
caller group and press OK.
• Group ringing tone and scroll to the
ringing tone you want to set for the group
and press OK. Default is the ringing tone
selected for the currently active profile.
• Group logo and select On to set the phone
to display the group logo, Off not to
display it, View to view the logo, or Send
logo to send the logo as an Over The Air
(OTA) message if supported by your
network.
• Group members. To add a name to the
caller group, press OK at Add name. If you
already have added names and numbers to
the group, press Options, scroll to Add
name and press OK. Scroll to the name you
want to add to the group and press Add.
To remove a name from a caller group,
scroll to the name you want to remove,
and press Options. Press OK at Remove
name.
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Using the menu
6. Using the menu
The phone offers you an extensive range of
functions which are grouped in menus. Most
of the menu functions are provided with a
brief help text. To view the help text, scroll to
the menu function you want and wait for 15
seconds. To exit the help text, press Back. See
”Help text activation” on page 33.
в– Accessing a menu function
By scrolling
1. To access the menu, press Menu.
2. Scroll through the menu and select, for
example, Settings by pressing Select.
3. If the menu contains submenus, select the
one you want, for example Call settings.
4. If the selected submenu contains further
submenus, repeat step 3. Select the next
submenu, for example Anykey answer.
5. Select the setting of your choice.
6. Press Back to return to the previous menu
level, and Exit to exit the menu.
By shortcut
The menus, submenus and setting options are
numbered and you can access them by using
their shortcut number. The shortcut number is
shown in the top right corner of the display.
• To access the menu, press Menu. Key in
quickly, within two seconds, the index
number of the menu function you want to
access.
For example, to set the Anykey answer On,
press Menu,
,
,
and
.
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Menu functions
7. Menu functions
в– Messages
(Menu 1)
You can read, write and send text and picture
messages or save your messages. All the
messages in your phone’s message memory
are organised in folders.
Before you can send any text or picture
messages, you need to save your message
centre number, see ”Message settings” on
page 29.
Note: When sending messages via
the SMS network service, your phone
may display the words "Message
Sent". This is an indication that the
message has been sent by your
phone to the message centre number
programmed into your phone. This is
not an indication that the message
has been received at the intended
destination. For more details about
SMS services, check with your
service provider.
Writing and sending messages
You can write and edit text messages of up to
160 characters.
1. Press Menu, and select Messages and
Write message
2. Key in a message. See ”Writing text” on
page 18.
See also ”Inserting a text template in a
message” on page 27 and ”Inserting a
picture template in a message” on page
27.
3. To send the message, press Options, and
select Send.
4. Enter the recipient’s phone number and
press OK to send the message, or search
for the phone number in the phone book.
Press OK to send the message.
Options for sending a message
After you have written a message, press
Options, and select Sending options.
• To send a message to several recipients,
select Send to many. When you have sent
the message to everyone you want to send
it to, press Done.
• To send a message using a message profile,
select Sending profile and then the
message profile you want to use.
For example, if you select a profile you
have defined as an e-mail transmission,
key in or search the phone book for the
recipient’s e-mail address and press OK.
Key in the e-mail service number, select
Accept to send the message.
To define a message profile, see ”Message
settings” on page 29.
• To forward a message to several recipients
or using a message profile, select Forw.
options and then select Send to many or
Sending profile, respectively.
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Text and picture templates
Press Menu, select Messages and Templates.
The list of text templates, indicated with
,
and picture templates, indicated with
, is
displayed.
Your phone offers you 10 picture message
templates. You can also save new pictures
into the Templates folder. More pictures can
be found on the Nokia website,
http://www.club.nokia.com.
Note: This function can be used only
if it is supported by your network
operator or service provider. Only
phones that offer picture message
features can receive and display
picture messages.
• Each picture message is made up of
several text messages. Therefore, sending
one picture message may cost more than
sending one text message.
• Since picture messages are saved in the
phone’s memory, you cannot view them if
you use your SIM card with another
phone.
Inserting a text template in a message
When you are writing or replying to a
message, press Options. Select Use template
and select the template you want to insert.
Inserting a picture template in a
message
When you are writing or replying to a
message, press Options. Select Attach picture
and select a picture to view. Press Attach to
insert the picture into your message.
The
indicator on the header of the
message indicates that a picture has been
attached. The number of characters that you
can enter in a message, depends on the size of
the picture.
To view the text and the picture together
before sending the message press Options
and select Preview.
Reading and replying to a message
When you have received a text or picture
message, the indicator
and the number
of new messages followed by messages
received will appear on the display.
The blinking
indicates that the message
memory is full. Before you can receive or send
new messages, delete some of your old
messages.
1. Press Show to view the message, or press
Exit to view it later.
Reading the message later: Press Menu,
select Messages and Inbox.
2. If more than one message is received,
select the message you want to read. An
unread text message is indicated by
in
front of it and an unviewed picture
message is indicated by
.
3. While reading or viewing the message,
press Options.
You can select an option to erase, forward,
edit, move, and rename the message you
are reading. You can also change the font
size of the message. Select Copy to calend.
to copy the message to your phone’s
calendar as a reminder note for the
current day.
Select Details to view, for example, the
sender’s name and phone number, the
message centre used, reception date and
time.
Select Use number to extract numbers
from the current message.
Select Save picture to save the picture in
the Templates folder.
Select Reply or Reply (text) to reply to a
message. Select Original text to include
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the original message in the reply, or select
standard answers, for example, Thank you
or Congrats or Template to be included in
the reply, or select Empty screen.
• To delete a folder, scroll to the folder you
want to delete, press Options and select
Delete folder.
4. Write your reply message.
Voice messages
5. Press Options, select Send, and press OK to
send the message to the displayed number.
Voice mailbox is a network service and you
may need to subscribe to it first. For more
information and for the voice mailbox
number, contact your service provider.
Inbox and outbox folders
After you have read an incoming text or
picture message, the phone saves the
message in the Inbox folder of the Messages
menu.
You can save a message that you want to
send later in the Outbox or Archive folder.
Erasing the messages
Press Menu, select Messages and select Erase
messages.
To delete all the messages in a folder, scroll to
the folder and press OK. Then press OK when
Erase all read messages from folder? is
displayed.
To delete all read messages from all the
folders, scroll to All read and press OK. Then
press OK when Erase all read messages? is
displayed.
Archive folder and My folders
To organise your messages, you can move
some of them to the Archive folder, or add
new folders for your messages.
While reading a message, press Options.
Select Move, scroll to the folder where you
want to move the message and press OK.
To add or delete a folder, press Menu, select
Messages and My folders.
• To add a folder, press Options and select
Add folder.
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Press Menu, select Messages and Voice
messages. Select
• Listen to voice messages to call your voice
mailbox at the phone number you have
saved within Voice mailbox number menu.
Each phone line may have its own voice
mailbox number, see ”Line for outgoing
calls” on page 32.
• Voice mailbox number to key in or edit
your voice mailbox number and press OK
to save it.
If supported by the network, the indicator
will indicate new voice messages. Press
Listen to call your voice mailbox number.
Info messages
With the info message network service, you
can receive messages on various topics, for
example weather or traffic conditions, from
your service provider. For available topics and
relevant topic numbers, contact your service
provider.
If the GPRS connection is set to Always
online, the info messages may not be
received. In that case, set the GPRS
connection to When needed, see ”Setting up
the phone for a WAP service” on page 43.
Service command editor
Press Menu, select Messages and Service
command editor. Key in and send service
requests (also known as USSD commands),
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such as activation commands for network
services, to your service provider.
Message settings
The message settings affect the sending of
messages.
Press Menu, select Messages and Message
settings.
If more than one message profile set is
supported by your SIM card, select the set you
want to change.
Select Message centre number to save the
phone number of the message centre. You
need the message centre number to send text
and picture messages. You receive the
number from your service provider. Select
Messages sent as to select the message
format, or Message validity. Select Default
recipient number to save a default number to
send messages for this message profile,
Delivery reports to request the network to
send delivery reports on your messages
(network service), and Use GPRS to set GPRS
as the preferred SMS bearer. Select Reply via
same centre to allow the recipient of your
message to send you a reply via your message
centre (network service), and Rename sending
profile to change the name of the selected
message profile. The message profile sets are
displayed only if your SIM card supports more
than one set.
в– Call register
(Menu 2)
The phone registers the phone numbers of
missed, received and dialled calls, and the
approximate length and cost of your calls.
When you press Options in the Missed calls,
Received calls and Dialled numbers menus,
you can view the date and the time of the call,
edit or erase the phone number from the list,
save the number in the phone book, or send a
message to the number.
Missed calls and received calls
To view the list of the last ten phone numbers
from which somebody has tried to call you
(network service), press Menu, select Call
register and Missed calls.
Tip: When a note about missed calls
is being displayed, press List to
access the list of phone numbers.
Scroll to the number you would like
to call back and press
.
To view the list of the last ten phone numbers
from which you have most recently accepted
calls (network service), press Menu, select
Call register and Received calls.
Dialled numbers
To view the list of the 20 phone numbers that
you have most recently called or attempted to
call, press Menu, select Call register and
Dialled numbers. See also ”Last number
redialling” on page 16.
Erase recent call lists
To erase the recent calls lists, press Menu,
select Call register and select Erase recent call
lists. Select whether you want to delete all
the phone numbers in the recent call lists, or
only the numbers in the missed calls, received
calls or dialled numbers lists. You cannot
undo the operation.
The phone registers missed and received calls
only if the network supports these functions,
the phone is switched on and within the
network’s service area.
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Call counters and call timers
Note: The actual invoice for calls and
services from your service provider
may vary, depending upon network
features, rounding-off for billing,
taxes and so forth.
Press Menu and select Call register. Select
• Call duration and scroll to view the
approximate duration of your incoming
and outgoing calls in hours, minutes and
seconds. To clear the timers, the security
code is needed.
Each phone line has its own call timers
and the timers of the selected line is
displayed. See ”Line for outgoing calls” on
page 32.
• Call costs (network service) and select Last
call units or All calls' units to check the
cost of your last call or all calls.
Select Call cost settings and then select
Clear counters, or select Show costs in to
set the phone to show the remaining talk
time in terms of charging units Units, or
units of currency, Currency. Contact your
service provider for charging unit prices.
Select Call cost limit to limit the cost of
your calls to a certain amount of charging
units or units of currency. The PIN2 code is
needed for the call cost settings.
Note: When no more charging units
or currency units are left, calls may
only be possible to the emergency
number programmed into your
phone (e.g. 112 or other official
emergency number).
• GPRS data counter and scroll to check the
amounts of data that were last sent and
last received, data sent and received in
total, and to clear the counters. The
counter unit is a byte.
• GPRS connection timer and scroll to check
the duration of the last GPRS connection
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or the total GPRS connection. You can also
clear the timers.
в– Profiles
(Menu 3)
Your phone has various setting groups, or
profiles, for which you can customise the
phone tones for different events and
environments. At first, personalise the profiles
to your liking and then you only need to
activate a profile to use it.
Available profiles are General, Silent,
Meeting, Outdoor, and Pager.
Press Menu and select Profiles. Scroll to a
profile and press Select.
• To activate the profile, select Activate.
Tip: To change the profile quickly in
standby mode, press the power key
, scroll to the profile you want to
activate and press Select.
• To set the profile to be active for a certain
amount of time up to 24 hours, select
Timed and set the time. When the time set
for the profile expires, the previous profile
that was not timed, becomes active.
• To personalise the profile, select
Personalise. Select the setting you want to
change and make the changes.
The settings can also be changed in the
Tone settings menu, see ”Tone settings” on
page 33. In addition, you can rename a
profile, Profile name. The General profile
cannot be renamed.
в– Settings (Menu 4)
Alarm clock
The alarm clock uses the time format set for
the clock. The alarm clock works even when
the phone is switched off.
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Press Menu, select Settings and Alarm clock.
Key in the alarm time and press OK. To change
the time when the alarm time is set, select
On.
When the alarm time expires
The phone will sound an alert tone, and flash
Alarm! and the alarm time on the display.
Press Stop to stop the alarm. If you let the
phone continue to alarm for a minute or press
Snooze, the alarm stops for a few minutes
and then resumes.
If the alarm time is reached while the phone
is switched off, the phone switches itself on
and starts sounding the alarm tone. If you
press Stop, the phone asks whether you want
to activate the phone for calls. Press No to
switch off the phone or Yes to make and
receive calls.
Note: Do not press Yes when wireless phone
use is prohibited or when it may cause
interference or danger.
Time and date settings
Clock
Press Menu, select Settings, Time settings and
Clock.
Select Show clock (Hide clock) and the time is
shown on the top right of the display when
the phone is in standby mode. Select Set the
time, key in the correct time and press OK.
Select Time format and set the 12-hour or 24hour time format.
The clock also serves the functions Messages,
Call register, Alarm clock, timed Profiles and
Calendar.
If the battery is removed from the phone for a
long time, you may need to set the time
again.
Auto update of date and time
Press Menu, select Settings, Time settings and
Auto update of date & time (network service).
To set the phone to automatically update the
time and date according to the current time
zone, select On. To set the phone to ask for a
confirmation before the update, select
Confirm first.
Updating the date and time affects the alarm
clock, calendar and voice recorder, and the
alarm notes you have set are now set to the
local time. Updating may cause some
calendar notes to expire.
Call settings
Call divert
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
Call divert (network service). With call divert
you can direct your incoming calls to another
number, for example, to your voice mailbox
number. For details, contact your service
provider. Divert options not supported by your
SIM card or your network operator may not be
shown.
Select the divert option you want, for
example, select Divert if busy to divert the
voice calls when your number is busy or when
you reject an incoming call.
To set the divert setting on, select Activate, to
set the divert setting off, select Cancel, or
Check status to check whether the divert is
activated or not. To change the timeout when
the call is diverted, first select Set delay if this
is available for the divert option, and then
select Activate to set the divert setting on.
To cancel all the active call diverts at once,
select the option Cancel all diverts.
To see the divert indicators in standby mode,
see ”Standby mode” on page 11.
Anykey answer
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
then Anykey answer. Select On and you can
answer an incoming call by briefly pressing
any key, except
and
.
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Automatic redial
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
Automatic redial. Select On and your phone
will make a maximum of ten attempts to
connect the call after an unsuccessful call
attempt.
Speed dialling
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
Speed dialling. Select On and the names and
phone numbers assigned to the speed dialling
keys, from
to
, can be dialled by
pressing and holding the corresponding
number key.
Call waiting service
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
Call waiting service. Select Activate and the
network will notify you of an incoming call
while you have a call in progress (network
service). See ”Call waiting” on page 17.
Summary after call
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
Summary after call. Select On and the phone
will briefly display the duration and cost
(network service) of the last call.
My number sending
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
My number sending. Select On and your
phone number will be displayed to the person
you are calling (network service). Select
Preset to reset the phone to the setting, On or
Off, that you have agreed upon with your
service provider.
Line for outgoing calls
Line for outgoing calls is a network service to
select the phone line (that is, subscriber
number) 1 or 2 for making calls.
Press Menu, select Settings, Call settings and
Line for outgoing calls. If you select Line 2 and
have not subscribed to this network service,
you will not be able to make calls. However,
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calls on both lines can be answered regardless
of the selected line.
If supported by your SIM card, you can
prevent the line selection by selecting the
option Lock.
For more information on availability, contact
your network operator or service provider.
Tip: In standby mode, you can switch
from one line to the other by pressing
and holding
.
Phone settings
Language
Press Menu, select Settings, Phone settings
and Language. Select the language for the
display texts. If Automatic is selected, the
phone selects the language according to the
information on the SIM card.
Cell info display
Press Menu, select Settings, Phone settings
and Cell info display. Select On to set the
phone to indicate when it is used in a cellular
network based on Micro Cellular Network
(MCN) technology.
If the GPRS connection is set Always online,
the info messages may not be received. In
that case, set the GPRS connection to When
needed, see ”Setting up the phone for a WAP
service” on page 43.
Welcome note
Press Menu, select Settings, Phone settings
and Welcome note. Key in the note you would
like to be shown briefly when the phone is
switched on. To save the note, press Options,
and select Save.
Network selection
The cellular network to which your phone is
connected can be selected either manually or
automatically.
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Press Menu, select Settings, Phone settings
and Network selection. Select Automatic and
the phone automatically selects one of the
cellular networks available in your area.
If you select Manual, the phone shows a list
of the available networks and you can select a
network that has a roaming agreement with
your home network operator. Otherwise, No
access will be displayed and you must select
another network. The phone stays in manual
mode until the automatic mode is selected or
another SIM card is inserted into the phone.
Confirm SIM service actions
See ”SIM services (Menu 13)” on page 49.
Help text activation
To set the phone to show or not to show the
help texts, press Menu, select Settings, Phone
settings and Help text activation.
See also ”Using the menu” on page 25.
Start-up tone
To set the phone to play or not to play a startup tone when the phone is switched on, press
Menu, select Settings, Phone settings and
Start-up tone.
If you have set a welcome note, the start-up
tone will not be played, see ”Welcome note”
on page 32.
Tone settings
Press Menu, select Settings and then Tone
settings. You can find the same settings in the
Profiles menu, see ”Profiles (Menu 3)” on page
30.
Select Incoming call alert to choose how the
phone notifies you of an incoming voice call.
The options are Ringing, Ascending, Ring
once, Beep once and Off.
Select Ringing tone, Ringing volume and
Vibrating alert for an incoming voice call and
an incoming message. The vibrating alert does
not work when the phone is connected to a
charger, desktop stand, or a car kit.
Tip: If you receive a ringing tone via
IR or OTA, you can save ten ringing
tones at a time in the ringing tone
list.
Select Message alert tone to set the alert tone
for the incoming messages, Keypad tones, or
Warning tones to set the phone to sound
tones, for example, when the battery is
running out of power.
Select Alert for to set the phone to ring only
upon calls from phone numbers that belong
to a selected caller group. Scroll to the caller
group you want or All calls and press Mark.
Accessory settings
The accessory settings menu is shown only if
the phone is or has been connected to one of
the following accessories, headset HDC-9P or
complete handsfree car kit CARK-91.
Press Menu, select Settings and Accessory
settings. Select Headset, Handsfree or
Loopset.
• Select Default profile to select the profile
you want to be automatically activated
when you connect the selected accessory.
You can select another profile while the
accessory is connected.
• Select Automatic answer to set the phone
to automatically answer an incoming call
after five seconds. If the Incoming call
alert is set to Beep once or Off, automatic
answer will not be in use.
• Select Lights to set the lights permanently
on, On. Select Automatic to set the lights
on for 15 seconds after a keypress. The
Lights option is available only when
Handsfree is selected.
• Select Use loopset to set the loopset in use
instead of the headset,
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Yes. Use loopset is available only when
Loopset is selected.
GPRS modem settings
• PIN code request to set the phone to ask
for your PIN code every time the phone is
switched on. Some SIM cards do not allow
the PIN code request to be turned off.
You can connect the phone via IR, Bluetooth
or cable connection to a compatible PC and
use the phone as a modem to enable GPRS
connectivity from the PC.
• Call barring service (network service) to
restrict incoming calls to and outgoing
calls from your phone. A barring password
is required.
Press Menu, select Settings and GPRS modem
settings. Select Active access point and
activate the access point you want to use.
Select Edit active access point to change the
access point settings.
• Fixed dialling to restrict your outgoing
calls to selected phone numbers if this
function is supported by your SIM card.
The PIN2 code is required.
• Scroll to Alias for access point and press
Rename. Key in the name you would like
for the activated access point and press
OK.
• Closed user group. Closed user group is a
network service that specifies the group to
people whom you can call and who can
call you. For more information contact
your network operator or service provider.
• Scroll to GPRS access point and press Edit.
Key in the Access Point Name (APN) and
press OK.
• Security level. Select Phone and the phone
will ask for the security code whenever a
new SIM card is inserted into the phone.
An Access Point Name is needed to
establish a connection to the GPRS
network. You can obtain the Access Point
Name from your network operator or
service provider.
You can also set the GPRS modem service
settings (Access Point Name) on your PC by
using the Nokia Modem Options software, see
”Modem setup” on page 50. If you have set
the settings on your PC and your phone, note
that the settings made on the PC will be used.
Security settings
Note: When security features, which
restrict calls, are in use (call barring,
closed user group and fixed dialling),
calls may be possible to certain
emergency numbers in some
networks (e.g. 112 or other official
emergency number).
Press Menu, select Settings and Security
settings. Select
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Select Memory and the phone will ask for
the security code whenever you want to
select the phone’s internal memory or to
copy from one memory to another. See
”Selecting the phone book settings” on
page 20 and ”Copying phone books” on
page 21.
• Change of access codes and you can
change security code, PIN code, PIN2 code
or barring password. Codes can only
include numbers from 0 to 9.
Note that you should avoid using access
codes similar to the emergency numbers,
such as 112, to prevent accidental dialling
of the emergency number.
Restore factory settings
To reset some of the menu settings to their
original values, press Menu, select Settings
and Restore factory settings. Key in the
security code and press OK. For example, the
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names and phone numbers saved in the
phone book are not deleted.
в– Calculator
(Menu 6)
в– Games (Menu 5)
The calculator in your phone adds, subtracts,
multiplies, divides, calculates the square and
the square root and converts currency values.
Note: The phone must
be switched on to use this function.
Do not switch on the phone when
the use of a wireless phone is
prohibited or when it may cause
interference or danger.
Starting a game
Press Menu, select Games and Select game.
Select the game you would like to play, Snake
II, Pairs II, Space Impact or Bumper. If
available for the game, select the game type
or 1 player and then New game.
You can get instructions about how to use the
keys and how the game works by selecting
Instructions from the submenu.
Starting a 2-player game
You may also play Snake II as a 2-player game
via the IR port of your phone with a person
who has the same game on a compatible
phone. Before starting a 2-player game,
ensure that the IR ports of the two phones are
pointing at each other. See ”Infrared (Menu
9)” on page 37.
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
a wireless phone is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
This calculator has a limited accuracy and
rounding errors may occur, especially in long
divisions.
1. Press Menu and select Calculator.
2. When ’0’ is displayed on the screen, key in
the first number in the calculation, press
for a decimal point.
3. Press Options and select Add, Subtract,
Multiply, Divide, Square, Square root or
Change sign.
Tip: Alternatively, press
once
to add, twice to subtract, three times
to multiply or four times to divide.
4. Key in the second number.
5. For a total, press Options and select
Equals. Repeat steps 3 to 5 as many times
as necessary.
To start the game, both players should select
the option 2 players. Choose either Host game
to start a new 2-player game or Join game to
join a game after the other player has chosen
the Host game option.
6. To start a new calculation, first press and
hold Clear.
Game settings
2. To save the exchange rate, press Options
and select Exchange rate. Select either of
the displayed options. Key in the exchange
rate, press
for a decimal point, and
press OK. The exchange rate remains in the
memory until you replace it with another
one.
Press Menu, select Games, and then select
Settings to set sounds, lights and vibrator,
Shakes, for the game. The vibrator can be set
on only if Vibrating alert is activated, see
”Tone settings” on page 33.
Making a currency conversion
1. Press Menu and select Calculator.
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3. To make the currency conversion, key in
the amount to be converted, press Options
and select In domestic or In foreign.
• Send as text to send the note to another
phone as a text message.
You can also make the currency conversion in
standby mode. Key in the amount to be
converted, press Options and select In
domestic or In foreign.
в– Calendar
(Menu 8)
в– To-do list
(Menu 7)
You can save a note for a task you have to do.
The notes can be saved in priority order. You
may be able to save up to 30 notes, but this
depends on how long the notes are.
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
a wireless phone is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
Press Menu and select To-do list. Press
Options, or scroll to the note you want and
then press Options. Select
• Add to add a new note. Key in the subject
for the note, press Options and select
Save. Select the priority for the note, High
(1), Medium (2), or Low (3). The notes are
listed first in priority order and then in
alphabetical order.
Dictionary, refer to ”Setting predictive text
input on or off” on page 18.
• Erase to delete the selected note.
• Edit to modify the contents of the note.
• Edit priority to change the priority level for
the note.
• View to view the selected note.
• Go to priority to select the priority level
from which you would like to view notes.
• Save to cal. to save the note as a calendar
note.
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The calendar helps you to keep track of
reminders, calls that you need to make,
meetings, and birthdays. The phone sounds an
alarm tone when the set date for an event is
reached.
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
a wireless phone is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
Press Menu and select Calendar. Scroll to the
day you want. If there are any notes set for
the day, the corresponding note type
indicator is shown. If you want to see the
day’s notes, press Options and select Day
notes. The note indicator is shown on the first
line. You can view a single note by scrolling to
it in day view, then pressing Options and
View. The week view shows four weeks at a
time.
The other options for the calendar views
may include:
• Options for making a note, for sending a
note via IR, or as a note directly to another
phone’s calendar or as a text message.
• Options for erasing, editing, moving and
repeating a note and for copying a note to
another day.
• Settings to set, for example, the date,
time, date format or time format. In the
Auto erase option, you can set the phone
to delete old notes automatically after a
specified time. However, the repeat notes,
for example, birthday notes, will not be
deleted.
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Making a calendar note
For keying in letters and numbers, see
”Writing text” on page 18.
Press Menu and select Calendar. Scroll to the
date you want, press Options and select Make
a note. Select one of the following note types:
•
Meeting - Key in the note, or search
for the name in the phone book, and press
OK. Then key in the time for the meeting
and press OK. If you like, select Alarm on
and then the alarm time for the note.
•
Call - Key in the phone number you
want, press OK, and key in the name and
press OK, or search for them in the phone
book. Then key in the time for the call and
press OK. If you like, select Alarm on and
then the alarm time for the note.
•
Birthday - Key in the person’s name (or
search for it in the phone book), and press
OK. Then key in the date of birth, and press
OK. Key in the year of birth (optional), and
press OK. If you key in the year, the note
shows you the person’s age after the
name. If you like, select Alarm on and then
the alarm time for the note.
•
Memo - Key in the note and press OK.
When a tone alert is set, the indicator
displayed when you view the notes.
is
When the phone alarms for a note
The phone beeps, and displays the note. With
a call note
on the display, you can call the
displayed number by pressing
. To stop
the alarm and view the note, press View. To
stop the alarm without viewing the note,
press Exit.
в– Infrared
(Menu 9)
You can set up the phone to receive data
through its infrared (IR) port. To use an IR
connection, the device with which you want
to establish a connection must be IrDA
compliant. You can send or receive data such
as business cards and calendar notes to or
from a compatible phone or data device (for
example, a computer) via the IR port of your
phone.
Do not point the IR (infrared) beam at
anyone's eye or allow it to interfere with
other IR devices. This device is a Class 1 Laser
product.
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
a wireless phone is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
Sending and receiving data via IR
• Ensure that the IR ports of the sending and
receiving devices are pointing at each
other and that there are no obstructions
between the devices. The preferable
distance between the two devices in an
infrared connection is one metre at most.
• To activate the IR port of your phone to
receive data via IR, press Menu and select
Infrared.
• The user of the sending phone selects the
desired IR function to start data transfer.
If data transfer is not started within two
minutes after the activation of the IR port,
the connection is cancelled and has to be
started again.
IR connection indicator
• When
is shown continuously, the IR
connection is activated and your phone is
ready to send or receive data via its IR
port.
• When
blinks, your phone is trying to
connect to the other device or a
connection has been lost.
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в– Bluetooth
(Menu 10)
Bluetooth device name
You can set up the phone to send and receive
data through Bluetooth. In the Bluetooth
menu, you can manage connections and
define settings.
Since Bluetooth devices communicate using
radio waves, your phone and the other
Bluetooth device do not need to be in line of
sight. The two devices only need to be within
a maximum of 10 meters of each other,
although the connection can be subject to
interference from obstructions such as walls
or other electronic devices.
In some countries, there may be restrictions
on using Bluetooth devices. Check with your
local authorities.
Note: The phone must be switched on to use
this function. Do not switch on the phone
when the use of a wireless phone is prohibited
or when it may cause interference or danger.
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
a wireless phone is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
Activating and deactivating
Bluetooth
Press Menu and select Bluetooth. When
Bluetooth is displayed, select On or Off. The
phone displays a notification that Bluetooth
is activated or deactivated. When Bluetooth is
on, the indicator
is displayed.
Using Bluetooth consumes the battery and
the phone's operating time will be reduced.
Be careful not to let it run in the background
when performing other operations with your
phone.
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When the user activates the Bluetooth
module for the first time, the phone asks for
the Bluetooth device name of your phone by
showing Phone’s name:, the user can accept
the default name or change it. The name can
be up to 15 characters. After the user has
accepted the name, Name saved is shown.
Bluetooth device names help you to
distinguish one Bluetooth device or accessory
from another.
Note that Phone’s name: does not appear
after you have already changed the name of
the device in Bluetooth settings before the
first activation of Bluetooth. See ”Bluetooth
settings” on page 39.
Pairing with Bluetooth Passcode
To create a secure connection, you may need
to exchange Bluetooth Passcodes with the
device you are connecting to for the first
time. This operation is called pairing. The
Bluetooth Passcode is a 1 to 16 characterlong numeric code. Accessories, as well as
data and fax connections to a compatible
computer, require a pairing. Nokia accessories
have fixed passcodes that are supplied with
the accessory. When forming a Bluetooth
connection to devices other than a Nokia
accessory, for example to another mobile
phone, you can create your own passcode.
This passcode is used only once and you do
not have to memorise it. Make up identical
passcodes with the other person with whom
you want to share a Bluetooth connection. If
you need to create the pairing between the
two devices again, you can make up a new
code.
Bluetooth connection
Press Menu, select Bluetooth and Search for
Bluetooth accessories. The phone starts
searching for devices and accessories. Devices
responding to the inquiry appear on a list of
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Bluetooth accessories one by one starting
from the device found first. The phone shows
the device found last on the bottom of the
list. To end the inquiry, press Stop.
My phone's visibility, to change the way the
phone is visible to other Bluetooth devices.
The options are as follows:
Scroll to the device you want and press
Select. When the connection has been
established, the device shows Connected to
followed by the device’s name, and the
indicator
.
• Hidden to make the device nondiscoverable, responding only to devices
that it has been paired with.
If devices have not been paired, the user is
asked to enter the passcode of the desired
device. See Pairing with Bluetooth Passcode
above.
Note that if the device in the list moves out of
range and you try to connect to it, an error
note is shown.
Note that you can have only one active
connection at a time.
To view the currently active device, press
Menu, select Bluetooth and View active
device. From here, you can also close the
connection to the device.
To view the list of paired devices, press Menu,
select Bluetooth and View paired devices.
The oldest pairing is on the top of the list.
When you press Options under View paired
devices, some of the following options may
be available, depending on the status of the
device or connection: Assign short name, to
give a name (visible to you only) to the paired
device, Delete pairing to remove the selected
device from the list, Request conn.
authorisation to define whether the
connection from the paired device is
established automatically (No) or if the phone
asks permission before connecting (Yes).
Bluetooth settings
The settings are for changing the phoneВґs
own Bluetooth related settings. Press Menu,
select Bluetooth and Bluetooth settings. You
have the following options:
• Shown to all, which is the default mode
• My phone’s name to change your phone’s
Bluetooth device name, which is shown to
others.
в– Extras (Menu 11)
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
a wireless phone is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or
danger.
Voice recorder
You can record pieces of speech, sound or an
active call for three minutes. For example,
this is useful when recording a name and
phone number for writing them down later.
Note: Obey all local laws governing
recording of calls. Do not use this
feature illegally.
Recording
1. Press Menu, select Extras and Voice
Recorder.
2. To start the recording, select Record. To
start the recording during a call, press
Options, and select Voice Record.
When recording, hold the phone in the
normal position near to your ear.
3. To end the recording, press Stop.
4. Key in a new name for the recording and
press OK to save it.
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If you do not want to save the recording,
press Clear to erase the preset name. Then
press Back and OK.
If you record an active call, the phone
automatically saves the recording by the
name Recording.
List of recordings
Press Menu, select Extras and Voice Recorder.
Select Recording list, scroll to the recording
you want and press Options.
• Select Playback to listen to the selected
recording.
• Select Edit title. Key in a new name for the
recording and press OK.
• Select Erase to erase the recording. Press
OK to confirm.
• Select Add alarm. Key in the date for the
alarm and press OK. Key in the time for the
alarm and press OK.
Alarm replaces Add alarm when the alarm
is set on. Select Alarm and the name of the
recording, and the date and the time for
the alarm are displayed. To remove the
alarm, press Erase and then press OK.
When the alarm time expires, the phone will
sound an alert tone, Recording!, and the
alarm time and the name of the recording are
displayed. Press Stop to stop the alarm, and
then press Play to play the recording.
Wallet
In Wallet you can store personal information,
such as notes and virtual cards (for example
credit or loyalty card information). You can
also enter a WAP store and pay for your
purchases with the wallet.
When you try to access wallet for the first
time, you need to create your own wallet code
at the prompt Create wallet code:. Key in and
accept the wallet code, which can be 4-10
characters long and confirm it at the prompt
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Verify wallet code: If the verification
succeeds, the phone displays Wallet code
created. Note that there is no limit to the
number of times you can key in the code
verification. If you key in a wrong wallet code
several times, the wallet application is
blocked for five minutes.
If you want to reset the content of the wallet
and the wallet code, key in *#3925538# in
idle mode. You need to enter the phones
security code before the contents and the
wallet code are erased. Note that all the
wallet contents will be erased.
Press Menu, select Extras, and Wallet. The
phone displays Enter wallet code: After you
have keyed in the correct code and confirmed
it, you can select Cards, Personal notes or
Settings
Storing personal card information
Press Menu, select Extras, Wallet and Cards to
view the list of cards. The maximum amount
of cards is five. To view or edit card details,
select one of the cards and press Select for
some of the following options:
• Card info to keep track of, for example,
card name, type, number and expiry date.
• User info to store user name and
password.
• Shipping info to store your information,
for example your name and address.
• Billing info to store credit card
information about cards where billing
goes to a different address than your own,
for example company credit cards.
• Receipt info to store phone numbers and
e-mail addresses.
• Copy card to make a copy of an existing
card in the wallet.
• Clear card to clear card details
information fields.
• Rename Card to rename the selected card.
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Personal notes
In personal notes you can store (max 30)
sensitive personal notes, for example,
passcodes or notations.
Press Menu, select Extras, Wallet and
Personal notes. By pressing Options you can
view notes, add new notes, edit a selected
note and sort notes either by name or by date.
Send as text copies the content of the note to
a text message. Copy to calend. copies the
title and the note to the calendar as a
reminder. With Use number you can pick one
or more numbers from a note.
Wallet settings
Press Menu, select Extras, Wallet and
Settings. Select
• Code request to switch the Wallet Code
Request on or off. Note that you need to
key in the existing Wallet Code before you
can switch the code request on or off.
• Change code to change the wallet code
Paying your purchases with wallet
You can access a WAP store and pay your
purchases with the wallet using the following
procedure:
1. Establish a WAP connection, see below.
2. Enter the WAP store you want, and choose
the product you want to buy.
3. Fill in the payment data form you receive
from the service provider by transferring
the information from the wallet: First find
the card with the information you need
and select it. If you want to fill in all the
fields, choose Fill in all fields (this is shown
only when the WAP page or the card
supports the Electronic Commerce
Modeling Language standard). You can
also choose only one information field
from a card. The phone displays the filled
form.
4. Approve the purchase, and the
information is sent forward.
Voice commands
You have a list of phone functions which can
be activated by saying a voice tag. Up to five
voice tags for the voice commands can be
added.
Press Menu, select Extras and Voice
commands. Select the command folder you
want, scroll to the command to which you
want to add a voice tag and press Options. If
the command already has a voice tag, the
indicator
is shown.
You can add a voice command in the same
way as described in ”Adding a voice tag” on
page 23. See also ”Replaying, changing or
erasing a voice tag” on page 23.
You can activate the voice command in the
same way as making a call by using a voice
tag, see page 23.
When an application using the GPRS
connection is sending or receiving data, you
cannot activate a voice command. To activate
a voice command, end the application using
the GPRS connection (WAP, Dial-up).
Countdown timer
Press Menu, select Extras and Countdown
timer. Key in the alarm time in hours and
minutes and press OK to start the countdown
timer. If you like, write your own note text
which is displayed when the time expires, and
press OK. When the timer is running, the
indicator
is shown in standby mode.
If the alarm time is reached when the phone
is in standby mode, the phone sounds a tone
and flashes the note text if it is set or else
Countdown time up. Stop the alarm by
pressing any key. If no key is pressed, the
alarm stops automatically within 30 seconds.
Press OK to erase the note text.
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To stop the countdown timer or to change
the countdown time:
Press Menu, select Extras and Countdown
timer. Select Change time to set the timer
again, or Stop timer to stop the timer.
Viewing and erasing times
Stopwatch
Press Menu, select Extras, and Stopwatch.
You can measure time, take intermediate
times or lap times by using the stopwatch.
During timing, the other functions of the
phone can be used.
Using the stopwatch consumes the battery
and the phone's operating time will be
reduced. Be careful not to let it run in the
background when performing other
operations with your phone.
Time observation and time splitting
1. Press Menu, select Extras, Stopwatch and
Split timing.
You can select Continue if the timing was
set in the background, for example,
because of an incoming call.
2. Press Start to start the time observation.
Press Split every time you want to take an
intermediate time. The intermediate times
are listed below the running time on the
display. Scroll to view the times.
3. Press Stop to stop the time observation.
4. Press Options and select
Start to start the time observation again.
The new time is added to the previous
time.
Save to save the time. Key in a name for
the measured time and press OK. If no
name is keyed in, the total time is used as
a title.
Reset to reset the time without saving it.
Lap times
Press Menu, select Extras, Stopwatch and
Lap timing. Press Start to start the time
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observation and Lap to take a lap time. Press
Stop to stop the lap timing. Press Options
and you can save or reset the lap times. Refer
to ”Time observation and time splitting”
above.
If the stopwatch is not reset, you can select
Show last to view the latest measured
time.Select View times. and a list of names or
final times of the time sets is shown, select
the time set you want to view.
To delete the saved times, press Options and
select Erase times. Select All at once and press
OK, or select One by one and scroll to the
times you want to delete. Press Erase and
press OK.
в– Mobile Internet
services, WAP
(Menu 12)
See also ”WAP (Wireless Application
Protocol)” on page 9.
Note: The phone must be switched
on to use this function. Do not
switch on the phone when the use of
wireless phone is prohibited or when
it may cause interference or danger.
The WAP services use Wireless Mark-Up
Language (WML) on their WAP pages. Web
pages using the Hyper Text Mark-Up
Language (HTML) cannot be viewed on your
phone.
Basic steps for accessing and using
WAP services
1. Save the service settings that are needed
to access the WAP service that you want
to use. See ”Setting up the phone for a
WAP service” below and ”Appearance
settings of the WAP browser” on page 46.
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2. Make a connection to the given WAP
service. See ”Making a connection to a
WAP service” on page 44.
3. Start browsing the pages of the WAP
service. See ”Browsing the pages of a WAP
service” on page 45.
4. Once you are done with browsing, end the
connection to the WAP service. See
”Ending a WAP connection” on page 46.
Setting up the phone for a WAP
service
You may receive the service settings as a text
message from the network operator or service
provider that offers the WAP service that you
want to use. For more information, contact
your network operator or service provider, or
visit Club Nokia’s Web site
(www.club.nokia.com).
You can also key in the settings manually. For
appropriate settings, contact your network
operator or service provider. The WAP settings
may be available, for example, on the Web
site of the network operator or service
provider.
Saving the service settings received as
a text message
When you receive the service settings as a
text message, Service settings received is
displayed.
• To save and activate the received settings,
press Options and select Save.
If no settings are saved in Active service
settings, the settings are saved under the
first free connection set and activated.
• To discard the received settings, press
Options and select Discard.
• To view the received settings first, press
Options and select View. To save the
settings, press Save.
Keying in the service settings manually
1. Press Menu, select Services, and Settings.
2. Select Active service settings.
You need to activate the set where you
want to save the service settings. A set is a
collection of settings needed for making a
connection to a WAP service.
3. Scroll to the set you would like to activate
and press Activate.
4. Select Edit active service settings.
5. Select each of the service settings one by
one and key in all the required settings.
• Settings name - Key in the new name
for the settings set and press OK.
• Homepage - Key in the homepage
address of the WAP service that you
want to use, press
for a period,
and press OK.
• Session mode - Select Permanent or
Temporary.
• Connection security - Select On or Off.
When the connection security is On,
the phone tries to use a secure
connection with the WAP service. If a
secure connection is not available, the
connection will not be made. If you
wish to connect anyway, with a nonsecure connection, you must set the
connection security to Off.
• Data bearer - Select GSM data or
GPRS. For pricing, connection speed
and other information, contact your
network operator or service provider.
The following options depend on the
selected data bearer:
When GSM data is the selected data
bearer:
• Dial-up number - Key in the phone
number and press OK.
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• IP address - Key in the address, press
for a period, and press OK. You
obtain the IP address from your
network operator or service provider.
• Authentication type - Select Secure or
Normal.
• Data call type - Select Analogue or
ISDN.
• Data call speed - Select the speed you
want to use, or select Automatic.
Automatic is available only if the
current selected data call type is
Analogue. The actual data call speed
depends on the service provider.
• Login type - Select Manual or
Automatic. If you select Automatic, the
login type uses the user name and
password keyed in the following
settings. If you select Manual, the login
information is required when
establishing a connection.
An access point name is needed to
establish a connection to a GPRS
network. You obtain the access point
name from your network operator or
service provider.
• IP address - Key in the address, press
for a period, and press OK. You
obtain the IP address from your
network operator or service provider.
• Authentication type - Select Secure or
Normal.
• Login type - Select Manual or
Automatic. If you select Manual when
the GPRS connection is set to Always
online, the Always online connection
will be disabled.
• User name - Key in the user name and
press OK.
• Password - Key in the password and
press OK.
• User name - Key in the user name and
press OK.
Making a connection to a WAP
service
• Password - Key in the password and
press OK.
Firstly, make sure that the service settings of
the WAP service you want to use are
activated. To activate the settings:
When GPRS is the selected data bearer:
• GPRS connection - Select Always
online or When needed.
If you select Always online, the GPRS
connection is automatically
established when you switch on the
phone. The indicator is shown on the
display in standby mode. The GPRS
connection is not closed when you end
a WAP connection.
• Press Menu, select Services and Settings.
Select Active service settings and scroll to
the set you want to activate and press
Activate.
Secondly, make a connection to the WAP
service. There are three ways to connect:
• Open the homepage of the WAP service:
Press Menu, select Services and Home.
Tip: To quickly open the homepage
of a WAP service:
If you select When needed, the GPRS
connection is established when you
connect to a WAP service and closed
when you end the WAP connection.
• GPRS access point - Key in the access
point name and press OK.
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In standby mode, press and hold
.
OR
• Select a bookmark of the WAP service:
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Press Menu, select Services, Bookmarks,
and select a bookmark.
progress. Press Options and select the
option you want.
If the bookmark does not work with the
current active service settings, activate
another set of service settings and try
again.
Home - to go back to the homepage of the
WAP service
Bookmarks - the list of bookmarks is
displayed. For details, see ”Bookmarks” on
page 46.
OR
• Key in the address of the WAP service:
Press Menu, select Services and then Go to
address. Key in the address of the WAP
service, press
for special characters,
and press OK.
Note that it is not necessary to add the
prefix http:// in front of the address since
it will be added automatically.
Browsing the pages of a WAP
service
After you have made a connection to the WAP
service, you can start browsing its WAP pages.
The function of the phone keys may vary in
different WAP services. Follow the text guides
on the phone display. For more information,
contact your WAP service provider.
Note that if GPRS is selected as the data
bearer, the indicator is shown on the top
left of the display during browsing. If there is
an incoming (or outgoing) call during a GPRS
connection, the indicator
will be shown
on the top right of the display. The GPRS
connection is suspended.
General guidelines for using the phone
keys
• Use the scroll keys
browse the WAP page.
or
to
• To select a highlighted item, press
• To enter letters and numbers, press the
keys
and to enter special
characters, press the key
.
• Some or all of the following options are
available while a WAP connection is in
Edit / Open row / Open link / Open list - to
key in text or select a highlighted item on
the WAP page.
Add bookmark - to add the current WAP
page as a bookmark in your bookmarks list.
Go to address - to key in the address of the
WAP service you want.
Service inbox - the list of service messages
is displayed, see ”Service inbox” on page
47.
Appear. sett. - for details, see ”Appearance
settings of the WAP browser” on page 46.
Download settings - for details, see
”Download settings” on page 46.
Use number - to copy a number from the
current WAP page for saving or calling
(and ends the WAP connection). If the
WAP page contains several numbers, you
may select the desired one.
Reload - to reload and update the current
WAP page.
Clear the cache - for details, see ”The
cache memory” on page 47.
Security info - to view security
information about the current WAP
connection and the server.
Quit - to quit browsing and end the call.
.
WAP direct calling
The WAP browser supports functions which
you can access while browsing. You can
• make a voice call while you are on a WAP
page.
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• send DTMF tones while a voice call is in
progress.
until you clear the cache memory, see ”The
cache memory” on page 47.
• save in the phone book a name and a
phone number from a WAP page.
1. When no WAP connection is in progress
• Press Menu, select Services, Settings
and Download settings.
Ending a WAP connection
When a WAP connection is in progress
When you are using a WAP service, press
Options and select Quit. When Quit browsing?
is shown, press Yes.
• Press Options and select Download
settings.
Alternatively, press
. If GSM data is the
selected data bearer, press
twice.
2. Select Cookies and select Allow or Reject
to allow or prevent the phone to receive
cookies.
The phone ends the call and terminates the
connection to the WAP service.
Bookmarks
Appearance settings of the WAP
browser
1. When no WAP connection is in progress
• Press Menu, select Services, Settings
and Appearance settings.
When a WAP connection is in progress
• Press Options and select Appear. sett.
You can save up to 50 WAP page addresses as
bookmarks in the phone’s memory.
1. When no WAP connection is in progress
• Press Menu, select Services and then
Bookmarks.
When a WAP connection is in progress
• Press Options and select Bookmarks.
2. Select Text wrapping or Show images.
2. Scroll to the bookmark you want to use
and press Options.
3. Select On or Off for Text wrapping and Yes
or No for Show images.
3. Select one of the following options:
When Text wrapping is set to On, the text
continues on to the next line if it cannot
be shown on one line.
When Show images is set to No, any
pictures appearing on the WAP page are
not shown. This can speed up the browsing
of WAP pages that contain a lot of
pictures.
Download settings
Go to to make a connection to the WAP
page associated with the bookmark.
Edit or Erase to modify or delete the
selected bookmark.
Send to send the selected bookmark to
another phone via SMS, Via SMS.
New bookmark to create a new bookmark
without connection to a WAP service. Key
in the address and the title of the WAP
page and press OK.
You can set the phone to allow or prevent the
receiving of cookies.
A cookie is data that a WAP site saves in your
phone’s browser cache memory. The data can
be, for example, your user information or your
browsing preferences. Cookies will be saved
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Note that your phone may have some
pre-installed bookmarks for sites not
affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does not
warrant or endorse these sites. If you
choose to access them, you should
take the same precautions, for
security or content, as you would with
any site.
Receiving a bookmark
When you have received a bookmark as an
Over The Air (OTA) message, press Options and
select View to view the bookmark, Save to
save the bookmark, or Discard to discard it.
Service inbox
The phone is able to receive service messages
(pushed messages) sent by your service
provider. Service messages are notifications
of, for example, news headlines, and they may
contain a text message or the address of a
WAP service.
1. To access the service inbox when no WAP
connection is in progress
Select Erase to delete the selected service
notification.
To set the phone to receive service
messages
Press Menu, select Services, Settings, Service
inbox settings, and Service messages. To set
the phone to receive service messages, select
On. If you select Off, the phone will not
receive service messages.
The cache memory
Note: The information or services
you have accessed are stored in the
cache of your phone. A cache is a
buffer memory, which is used to
store data temporarily. If you have
tried to access or have accessed
confidential information requiring
passwords (for example, your bank
account), empty the cache of your
phone after each use.
To clear the cache memory when no WAP
connection is in progress
When you have received a service
message, 1 service message received will
be displayed. Press View to access the
Service inbox.
• Press Menu, select Services, and Clear the
cache.
If you press Exit the message is moved to
the Service inbox. To access the Service
inbox later, press Menu, select Services,
and the Service inbox.
• Press Options and select Clear the cache.
When a WAP connection is in progress
Press Options and select Service inbox.
2. Scroll to the message you want and press
Options.
Select Retrieve to activate the WML
browser and download the indicated
content.
Select Details to display detailed
information on the service notification.
To clear the cache memory when a WAP
connection is in progress
Security indicator
If the security indicator
is displayed
during a WAP connection, the data
transmission between the phone and the
WAP gateway or WAP server (identified by the
IP address in the Edit active service settings) is
encrypted.
However, the security indicator does not
indicate that the data transmission between
the gateway and the content server (the
location where the requested resource is
stored) is secure. It is up to the service
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provider to secure the data transmission
between the gateway and the content server.
Security module
Note: The text may not fit within a
single screen. Therefore, make sure
to scroll through and read all of the
text before signing.
The security module provides security services
for WAP related applications, and allows the
use of the phones digital signature
functionality. If present, the security module
is in the SIM card as an optional service of
your service provider. The security module
helps to determine whether the card content
has not been maliciously read or modified. It
can contain certificates, as well as private
and public keys to operate the certificates.
The certificates are stored in the security
module by SIM card issuer or service provider.
Select the user certificate you want to use.
Key in the signing PIN and press OK. Since the
PIN code will not be sent outside the phone, it
will remain secret. The phone displays a
confirmation Code accepted. If you entered a
wrong PIN, an error note Code error is
displayed, and the phone asks you to key in
the PIN code again. After the confirmation
has been displayed, the digital signature icon
will disappear, and browsing continues. The
WAP service may display a confirmation of
your purchase.
Digital signature
Certificates
With the digital signature functionality you
can, for example, digitally sign a bill or a
financial contract. The signature can be
traced back to you via the private key and the
associated certificate that was used to
perform the signature, so signing using the
digital signature is the same as signing your
name to a paper bill, contract or other
document.
There are three kinds of certificates:
A digital signature is initiated by a code
embedded in a WAP page. Select a link, for
example, the title of the book you want to buy
and its price. The digital signature procedure
starts and shows the text to sign. At this point
the header text is Read and the digital
signature icon
is shown.
Note: If the digital signature icon
does not appear, this means that
there is a security breach, and you
should not enter any personal data
such as your signing PIN.
To sign the displayed text, select Sign, after
you have read all of the text.
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• Server certificates
A server certificate is sent from the server
to the phone and its validity is checked
using the authority certificates stored in
the phone or the security module. This way
you can be certain that a WAP gateway or
a WAP server is the one it claims to be.
You will see a note on the phone display if
the identity of the WAP server or WAP
gateway cannot be verified, if the WAP
server or WAP gateway certificate is not
authentic or if you do not have the right
authority certificate in your phone.
• Authority certificates
Authority certificates are used by some
WAP services, such as banking services, for
checking signatures or server certificates
or other authority certificates.
You can download the certificate from a
WAP page, if the WAP service supports the
use of authority certificates. After the
download, you can view the certificate
and then save or delete it. If you save the
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certificate, it is added to the certificate list
in the phone. Authority certificates may
also be available in the security module.
• User certificates
User certificates are issued to users by a
Certifying Authority. They associate a user
with a specific private key in a security
module, and they are stored in the module
by the SIM card issuer or the service
provider.
Security module settings
Press Menu, select Services, Settings and
Security module settings. If there is no
security module in the phone, Insert security
module is displayed.
In the Security module settings menu you
have the following options:
• Security module details show the security
module label, its status, manufacturer and
serial number.
• Module PIN request: The phone asks you
for the module PIN code, which is supplied
with the SIM card. Key in the code, and
select On to set the security module to ask
for the module PIN code.
• Change module PIN: Key in the current
module PIN code. Press Change and key in
the new code twice.
first try to use the PIN, and you will then be
asked for the PUK code.
в– SIM services
(Menu 13)
In addition to the functions available on the
phone, your SIM card may provide additional
services that you can access in menu 13.
Menu 13 is shown only if it is supported by
your SIM card. The name and contents of the
menu depend entirely on the service
available.
Note: For availability, rates and
information on using SIM services,
contact your SIM card vendor, e.g.
network operator, service provider or
other vendor.
You can set the phone to show you the
confirmation messages sent between your
phone and the network when you are using
the SIM services by selecting the option Yes
within the menu 4-4-5, Confirm SIM svc
actions.
Note that accessing these services may
involve sending a text message (SMS) or
making a phone call for which you may be
charged.
• Change signing PIN shows a list of signing
PINs in alphabetical order if you have
more than one signing PIN in your phone.
The signing PIN is supplied with the SIM
card. Select the signing PIN you want to
change. Key in the current signing PIN
code. Press Change and key in the new
code twice.
If you key in a wrong PIN code several times,
the phone may display PIN code blocked and
ask you to key in the PUK code. Contact your
service provider to get the PUK code, and key
it in. To key in the PUK code later, you must
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8. Data and fax communication
You can transfer data to other compatible
devices when your Nokia 6310 phone is
connected to a compatible PC via an IR
connection, cable or Bluetooth.
• to back up and restore personal
information from phone to PC or to
another phone.
To send and receive e-mail and faxes, and to
connect to computers and access the
Internet, you also need the appropriate data
and fax communications software installed
on your computer. You can use the Nokia
6310 with a variety of commercially available
data and fax communications applications.
Modem setup
To use your phone as a modem, you first need
to install it as a modem.
Modem setup installs the following
components on your PC:
• N6310 data and fax modem adapters
which enable you to use your phone as a
modem in data and fax calls.
• Nokia Modem Options software to set
options for the data calls you make. Here
you find the settings for HSCSD and GPRS.
в– Communication applications
and modem drivers
GPRS - General Packet Radio Service
On the Nokia website, www.forum.nokia.com,
you can find the required system files for data
communication and also the instructions for
installation. You can also find documents that
advise you on how to set up devices and
applications for use with the Nokia 6310.
HSCSD - High-Speed Circuit Switched
Data
PC Suite
PC Suite contains applications which help you
• to conveniently manage various phone
functions from your PC
• to synchronise contacts and calendar
items between your phone and your PC
Personal Information Manager.
• to draw and edit caller group graphics and
picture messages.
See also ”GPRS modem settings” on page 34.
With the GSM high-speed data service, you
can use the Internet and other services more
quickly than usual. When sending and
receiving e-mail, the 14.4 kbps data
transmission speed can be doubled up to 28.8
kbps. In Internet connections, a download
speed of up to 43.2 kbps can be achieved if
supported by the equipment of the network
operator and the Internet service provider.
Note that sending data in HSCSD mode drains
the phone’s battery faster than normal voice
or data calls as the phone is sending data
faster. For continuous usage, connect the
phone to a charger.
• to create new ringing tones for your
phone.
• to select the connection type used when
connecting your PC and your phone.
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Using data communication
applications
• Activate the IR connection (Menu 9) or
Bluetooth connection (Menu 10) of your
phone, or connect to the other device via
the cable.
• If you are using the IR connection, make
sure that the infrared port of the phone
faces the infrared port of the PC.
• Start using the data communications
application on the PC.
For information on the use of the
application, refer to the documentation
for the application.
Note that making or answering phone calls
during a PC 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 statements
9. Battery statements
в– Charging and Discharging
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable
battery.
Note that a new battery's full performance is
achieved only after two or three complete
charge and discharge cycles!
The battery can be charged and discharged
hundreds of times but it will eventually wear
out. When the operating time (talk-time and
standby time) is noticeably shorter than
normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
with a hot or cold battery may temporarily
not work, even when the battery is fully
charged. Batteries' performance is
particularly limited in temperatures well
below freezing.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire!
Dispose of batteries according to local
regulations (e.g. recycling). Do not dispose of
as household waste.
Use only batteries approved by the phone
manufacturer and recharge your battery only
with the chargers approved by the
manufacturer. Unplug the charger when not
in use. Do not leave the battery connected to
a charger for longer than a week, since
overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If left
unused a fully charged battery will discharge
itself over time.
Temperature extremes can affect the ability
of your battery to charge.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Never use any charger or battery which is
damaged.
Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental
short-circuiting can occur when a metallic
object (coin, clip or pen) causes direct
connection of the + and - terminals of the
battery (metal strips on the battery) for
example when you carry a spare battery in
your pocket or purse. Short circuiting the
terminals may damage the battery or the
connecting object.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such
as in a closed car in summer or winter
conditions, will reduce the capacity and
lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the
battery between 15 В°C and 25 В°C. A phone
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Genuine Accessories
10. Genuine Accessories
A new extensive range of accessories are
available for your phone. You can select the
accessories that accommodates your specific
communication needs.
1. BPS-2, 1100 mAh Li-Polymer Ultra Slim
Battery
2. ACP-8 Fast and light Charger
3. ACP-9 Fast and light Charger
For availability of the accessories, please
check with your local dealer. A few practical
rules for accessories operation:
• Keep the accessories out of small
children’s reach.
• When you disconnect the power cord of
any accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not
the cord.
• Check regularly that all cellular phone
equipment in a vehicle is mounted and
operating properly.
4. LCH-9 Mobile Charger
5. DCH-9 Desktop Stand
6. DLR-3P Data Cable
7. HDC-9P Headset
8. Mobile Holder MBC-1
9. CARK-91 Complete Car Kit
Some of the accessories are described in
detail below.
Use only batteries, chargers and accessories
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.
в– BATTERY
Type
Tech
Capacity
Talktime*
Standby*
BPS-2
Li-Polymer
1100 mAh
180 - 330 minutes
150 - 450 hours
* Without Bluetooth and GPRS usage. Variation in operation times may occur depending on
SIM card, network and usage settings, usage style and environments.
в– INDOOR
Fast & Light Charger (ACP-8)
Extremely light, the functionally designed
multi-voltage Fast and Light Charger, ACP-8,
charges your phone battery quickly. Plug the
charger into a wall socket and insert the
connector to the bottom of your phone.
The charging time is approximately 2 hours
for Slim battery. Check the charging status on
the phone display. You can also use your
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Plug types vary according
to different markets.
phone while charging. Charger can also be
used with the Desktop Stand, DCH-9.
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Desktop Stand (DCH-9)
This Desktop Stand provides you with an ideal
solution to charge your phone battery and
also to keep them in a ready-to-use,
ergonomic position. To charge, simply plug
your charger into the Stand and the wall
outlet. The Desktop Stand connects easily to
your charger ACP-8 or ACP-9.
в– VEHICLE
Mobile Charger (LCH-9)
The multivoltage Mobile Charger, LCH-9,
ensure your phone is always ready for use
whenever you travel. This small charger's
functional design fits most car lighters and
interiors.
Personal Handsfree Kit with Remote
Control (HDC-9P)
A green light indicates that the Mobile
Charger is ready for charging. Check the
charging status on the phone display. The
input voltage can be 12 or 24 V DC, negative
grounding.
The compact and functional personal
Handsfree Kit with Remote Control. By using
the remote control option, you can answer
and end calls by pressing the button on the
microphone part of the Personal Handsfree. A
cost effective handsfree solution for indoor or
outdoor use.
Avoid prolonged charging with the Mobile
Charger when the car engine is not running;
this may cause the battery of your car to
drain. Note also that in some cars the
cigarette lighter plug is not provided with
electricity if the ignition is switched off.
Verify that the green LED light is on.
в– INDOOR & VEHICLE
Phone Holder (MBC-1)
Designed to fit and complement your car's
interiors, the Phone Holder, MBC-1, holds
your phone firmly in place.
You can easily place the phone into the holder
with a hand.
Pressing the release button on either side of
the holder loosens the bottom lock. You can
now remove the phone from the holder and
take it with you. The Phone Holder is easy to
install in a convenient location.
Always secure the phone in its holder. Do not
place the phone on the passenger seat or in a
place where in can break loose in a collision
or sudden stop.
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Complete Handsfree Car Kit
(CARK-91)
You may choose Complete Handsfree Car Kit
to provide a convenient charging facility with
an external antenna connection, handsfree
capability, and excellent sound quality.
• Phone Holder, MCC-1, keeps your phone
firmly in place. You can easily insert or
remove the phone from the phone holder
with one hand.
• The Handsfree Unit, HFU-2, with external
speaker and HF-Microphone, HFM-8
offers you a seamless handsfree function.
• The External Antenna Connector provides
optimum reception quality.
• Standard features include ignition sense,
car radio mute and motorised antenna
control.
• For Australia and New Zealand, it is
advised that car kits are installed to the
AS/NZS 4346 Standard.
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Care and Maintenance
11. Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design
and craftsmanship and should be treated with
care. The suggestions below will help you to
fulfil any warranty obligations and to enjoy
this product for many years.
• Keep the phone and all its parts and
accessories out of the reach of small
children.
could damage the phone and may violate
regulations governing radio devices.
All of the above suggestions apply equally to
your phone, battery, charger or any accessory.
If any of them is not working properly, take it
to your nearest qualified service facility. The
personnel there will assist you and, if
necessary, arrange for service.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation,
humidity and all types of liquids or
moisture can contain minerals that will
corrode electronic circuits.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty,
dirty areas. Its moving parts can be
damaged.
• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High
temperatures can shorten the life of
electronic devices, damage batteries, and
warp or melt certain plastics.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas.
When it warms up (to its normal
temperature), moisture can form inside,
which may damage electronic circuit
boards.
• Do not attempt to open the phone. Nonexpert handling may damage it.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the phone.
Rough handling can break internal circuit
boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning
solvents, or strong detergents to clean the
phone.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the
moving parts and prevent proper
operation.
• Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorised
antennas, modifications or attachments
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Important Safety Information
12. Important Safety Information
в– Traffic Safety
Do not use a hand-held telephone while
driving a vehicle. Always secure the phone in
its holder; do not place the phone on the
passenger seat or where it can break loose in
a collision or sudden stop.
Remember road safety always comes first!
в– Operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations
in force in any area and always switch off
your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it,
or when it may cause interference or danger.
Use the phone only in its normal operating
positions.
Parts of the phone are magnetic. Metallic
materials may be attracted to the phone, and
persons with a hearing aid should not hold
the phone to the ear with the hearing aid.
Always secure the phone in its holder,
because metallic materials may be attracted
by the earpiece. Do not place credit cards or
other magnetic storage media near the
phone, because information stored on them
may be erased.
в– Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment is
shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals.
However, certain electronic equipment may
not be shielded against the RF signals from
your wireless phone.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a
minimum separation of 20 cm be maintained
between a handheld wireless phone and a
pacemaker to avoid potential interference
with the pacemaker. These recommendations
are consistent with the independent research
by and recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research. Persons with
pacemakers:
• Should always keep the phone more than
20 cm from their pacemaker when the
phone is switched on;
• Should not carry the phone in a breast
pocket;
• Should use the ear opposite the
pacemaker to minimise the potential for
interference.
• If you have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place, switch off
your phone immediately.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere
with some hearing aids. In the event of such
interference, you may want to consult your
service provider.
Other medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting
equipment, including cellular phones, may
interfere with the functionality of
inadequately protected medical devices.
Consult a physician or the manufacturer of
the medical device to determine if they are
adequately shielded from external RF energy
or if you have any questions. Switch off your
phone in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you
to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities
may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
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Important Safety Information
Vehicles
в– Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in
motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection
systems, electronic anti-skid (anti-lock)
braking systems, electronic speed control
systems, air-bag systems). Check with the
manufacturer or its representative regarding
your vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that has been
added to your vehicle.
Only qualified personnel should service the
phone, or install the phone in a vehicle. Faulty
installation or service may be dangerous and
may invalidate any warranty which may apply
to the unit.
Posted facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where
posted notices so require.
в– Potentially explosive
atmospheres
Switch off your phone when in any area with
a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey
all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas
could cause an explosion or fire resulting in
bodily injury or even death.
Users are advised to switch off the phone
when at a refuelling point (service station).
Users are reminded of the need to observe
restrictions on the use of radio equipment in
fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution
areas), chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often but not always clearly
marked. They include below deck on boats;
chemical transfer or storage facilities;
vehicles using liquified petroleum gas (such
as propane or butane); areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain,
dust or metal powders; and any other area
where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle engine.
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Check regularly that all wireless phone
equipment in your vehicle is mounted and
operating properly.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases
or explosive materials in the same
compartment as the phone, its parts or
accessories.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag,
remember that an air bag inflates with great
force. Do not place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment in
the area over the air bag or in the air bag
deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air
bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Using your phone while in the air is
prohibited. Switch off your phone before
boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless
telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to
the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the
wireless telephone network and may be
illegal.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead
to suspension or denial of telephone services
to the offender, or legal action or both.
в– Emergency calls
Important:
This phone, like any wireless phone,
operates using radio signals, wireless
and landing networks as well as userprogrammed functions. Because of
this, connections in all conditions can
not be guaranteed. Therefore, you
should never rely solely upon any
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wireless phone for essential communications
(e.g. medical emergencies).
Emergency calls may not be possible on all
wireless phone networks or when certain
network services and/or phone features are in
use. Check with local service providers.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on. Check
for adequate signal strength.
Some networks may require that a valid
SIM card is properly inserted in the phone.
2. Press
as many times as needed (e.g.
to exit a call, to exit a menu, etc.) to clear
the display and ready the phone for calls.
3. Key in the emergency number for your
present location (e.g. 112 or other official
emergency number). Emergency numbers
vary by location.
4. Press the
key
If certain features are in use, you may first
need to turn those features off before you can
make an emergency call. Consult this guide
and your local cellular service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember
to give all the necessary information as
accurately as possible. Remember that your
wireless phone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident do not cut off the call until given permission
to do so.
в– Certification information
(SAR)
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS GOVERNMENT
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed and manufactured not
to exceed the limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy set by the Australian
Communications Authority (ACA). These
limits are part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF energy
for the general population. The guidelines are
based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organisations through
periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific
studies. The guidelines include a substantial
safety margin designed to assure the safety of
all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones
employs a unit of measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR
limit set by the ACA is 1.6 W/kg* Tests for SAR
are conducted using standard operating
positions with the phone transmitting at its
highest certified power level in all tested
frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power
level, the actual SAR of the phone while
operating can be well below the maximum
value. This is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use
only the power required to reach the network.
In general, the closer you are to a base
station, the lower the power output of the
phone.
Before a phone model is available for sale to
the public, compliance with the Australian
Standard must be shown. The highest SAR
value for this model phone when tested for
use at the ear is 1.05 W/kg. While there may
be differences between the SAR levels of
various phones and at various positions, they
all meet the government requirement for RF
exposure.
* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the
public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged
over one gram of body tissue. The standard
incorporates a substantial margin of safety to
give additional protection for the public and
to account for any variations in
measurements. SAR values may vary
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Important Safety Information
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
Index
A
Keys and connectors ..................................................... 11
Access codes ........................................................................ 8
Accessing menu by shortcut ......................................25
Accessories .........................................................................53
Adding a voice tag ..........................................................23
Alarm clock ........................................................................30
L
Last number redialling .................................................. 16
Locking the keypad ........................................................ 15
M
B
Bluetooth ...................................................................... 9, 38
Activating and deactivating ..............................38
device name ..............................................................38
Pairing ..........................................................................38
Bluetooth connection ....................................................38
C
Calculator ...........................................................................35
Calendar ..............................................................................36
Making a calendar note .......................................37
Call counters and call timers ......................................30
Call register
Dialled numbers .......................................................29
Missed calls and received calls ........................29
Call settings .......................................................................31
Call waiting ........................................................................17
Calling your voice mailbox ..........................................16
Certification information (SAR) .................................59
Charging the battery ......................................................13
Countdown timer ............................................................41
D
Making a conference call ............................................ 16
Mobile Internet services, WAP .................................. 42
Modem setup ................................................................... 50
N
Network selection ........................................................... 32
P
PC Suite .............................................................................. 50
Phone settings
Language .................................................................... 32
PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
...........................................................................................8
predictive text input ...................................................... 18
Profiles ................................................................................ 30
R
Replaying, changing or erasing a voice tag ........ 23
S
Game settings ...................................................................35
Games ..................................................................................35
Saving multiple numbers and text items
per name ............................................................................ 20
Saving names and phone numbers ......................... 20
Searching for a name in the phone book ............. 21
Security code (5 digits) ....................................................8
Security module .............................................................. 48
Security settings ............................................................. 34
Sending and receiving a business card ................. 22
Speed dialling ................................................................... 22
Stopwatch ......................................................................... 42
Lap times .................................................................... 42
Time observation and time splitting ............. 42
H
T
Help text activation ........................................................33
Templates
Inserting a text template in a message ....... 27
Templetes
Inserting a picture template in a
message ...................................................................... 27
To-do list ............................................................................ 36
Digital signature ..............................................................48
F
Folders
Archive folder and My folders ..........................28
G
I
Infrared ................................................................................37
Inserting a picture template in a message ...........27
Installing the SIM card and the battery .................13
V
K
Keypad lock (Keyguard) ................................................15
Voice commands ............................................................. 41
Voice dialling .................................................................... 22
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Index
Voice recorder ...................................................................39
W
Wallet ...................................................................................40
Personal notes ..........................................................41
Storing personal card information .................40
Wallet settings ..................................................................41
WAP
Appearance settings ..............................................46
Bookmarks ..................................................................46
Download settings .................................................46
General guidelines for using the
phone keys .................................................................45
Making a connection to a WAP service .......44
Saving the service settings received
as a text message ...................................................43
Setting up the phone for a WAP service .....43
Welcome note ...................................................................32
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