Nokia 2855 User`s Guide
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Nokia 2855 User’s Guide
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Contents
For your safety ............................... vii
About your device ............................... viii
Network services.................................. viii
Shared memory .......................................ix
Welcome ........................................... x
Getting help ............................................. x
Find your phone label ........................ x
Nokia support and contact
information........................................... x
Additional information...................... x
1. Phone at a glance ........................ 1
Keys and parts ........................................ 1
Standby mode......................................... 1
Quick keys................................................ 2
Indicators and icons ............................. 2
Phone menus .......................................... 3
Scroll method...................................... 3
Main menu display ............................ 4
In-phone help...................................... 4
Security feature ..................................... 4
Go to functions ...................................... 5
Select options ..................................... 5
Organise functions............................. 5
2. Set up your phone ....................... 6
Antenna.................................................... 6
Battery ...................................................... 7
Remove the back cover .................... 7
Remove the battery........................... 7
UIM (CDMA SIM) card slot.............. 7
Replace the battery ........................... 7
Replace the back cover .................... 8
Charge the battery............................. 8
Turn your phone on or off................... 8
Connect the headset ............................ 8
Make calls................................................ 9
Using the keypad................................ 9
Use the save contact option........... 9
Use the contacts list ......................... 9
Use the last dialled number............ 9
Make a conference call .................... 9
Answer calls .......................................... 10
Answer or silence an incoming
call........................................................ 10
Adjust the earpiece volume .......... 10
Answer a call with the keypad
locked .................................................. 10
Use the loudspeaker........................ 10
Mute phone during call.................. 11
Options during a call....................... 11
Keyguard ................................................ 11
3. Text entry ...................................12
Standard mode..................................... 12
Text (Abc) ........................................... 12
Numbers (123).................................. 12
Change language ............................. 12
Punctuation and special
characters........................................... 12
Predictive text mode .......................... 13
Activate and deactivate ................. 13
Enter text ........................................... 13
Change case and mode...................... 13
Delete text............................................. 14
4. Messaging ..................................15
Text messages....................................... 15
Text message folders and options 15
Write and send text messages ..... 16
Use a template.................................. 16
Read and reply to text messages. 17
Choose a text message option ..... 17
Use custom folders .......................... 18
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Delete text messages......................
Text message settings ....................
Multimedia messages ........................
Multimedia message folders and
options................................................
Write and send multimedia
messages............................................
Read and reply to multimedia
messages............................................
Choose a multimedia message
option..................................................
Delete multimedia messages........
Multimedia message settings ......
Distribution lists..................................
Create distribution lists .................
Add and remove contacts .............
Use distribution lists.......................
Voice messages....................................
Save voice mailbox number..........
Call and set up your voice mail...
Listen to your voice mail ...............
Automate voice mail ......................
Minibrowser messages ......................
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5. Log .............................................. 31
View missed calls ................................ 31
View received calls ............................. 31
View dialled numbers......................... 31
View Message Recipients ................. 32
Time of call ........................................... 32
Use other options................................ 32
Clear log lists........................................ 32
Call duration......................................... 32
Data or fax calls .................................. 33
Duration of minibrowser calls......... 33
6. Contacts ..................................... 34
View contacts....................................... 34
Search contacts................................... 34
Add new contacts ............................... 35
Save a name and number ............. 35
Save a number (only)...................... 35
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Save a contact..................................
Insert dialling codes........................
Save multiple numbers ..................
Save other details............................
Change default number.................
Send business cards........................
Edit contacts ........................................
Modify contact settings....................
Set up caller groups ...........................
Create a caller group......................
Add a contact to a caller group ..
Modify a caller group.....................
Set up voice tags.................................
Assign a voice tag ...........................
Use a voice tag.................................
Play back a voice tag......................
Modify a voice tag ..........................
Delete a voice tag ...........................
Set up speed dials...............................
Assign a key to speed dials...........
Change speed dials numbers........
Delete speed dials numbers..........
Display phone number.......................
Delete contacts....................................
Delete individual contacts ............
Delete all contacts ..........................
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7. Gallery ........................................42
Open a folder ....................................... 42
Gallery options..................................... 43
8. Media..........................................44
Media player......................................... 44
Recorder ................................................ 44
Record speech or sound................. 44
Recording list.................................... 45
9. Settings ......................................46
Profiles ................................................... 46
Activate a profile............................. 46
Personalise a profile ....................... 46
Set a timed profile .......................... 46
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Display ....................................................
Power saver........................................
Standby mode settings...................
Screen saver.......................................
Banner.................................................
Sleep mode ........................................
Backlight time-out ..........................
Themes....................................................
Tones .......................................................
Time and date.......................................
Clock ....................................................
Date......................................................
Auto-update of date and time.....
Call...........................................................
Anykey answer..................................
Automatic redial...............................
Speed dials.........................................
Answer when fold is opened.........
Automatic update of service ........
Calling cards......................................
International prefix .........................
Data and fax calls ............................
Call summary.....................................
Show call time on display .............
Ringing tone for no caller ID ........
Phone ......................................................
Language settings............................
Memory status..................................
Automatic keyguard........................
Navigation key ..................................
DTMF tones........................................
Start-up tone ....................................
Help text activation ........................
Voice commands..................................
Add a voice tag.................................
Activate a voice command............
Voice command options.................
Connectivity ..........................................
Bluetooth connectivity...................
Data cable transfer..........................
Data and fax transfer......................
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Enhancement settings........................
Headset...............................................
Handsfree ...........................................
Loopset................................................
TTY/TDD...............................................
Charger ...............................................
Hearing aid ........................................
Security ..................................................
Phone lock..........................................
Allowed number when phone
locked ..................................................
Change lock code.............................
Call restrictions ................................
Voice privacy .....................................
Application settings............................
Network..................................................
Roaming options ..............................
Mode....................................................
Network services .................................
Store a feature code .......................
Send my caller ID.............................
My number selection ......................
Restore factory settings ....................
Phone details ........................................
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10. Organiser ..................................67
Alarm clock ........................................... 67
Set an alarm ...................................... 67
Repeat alarm ..................................... 67
Set the alarm tone........................... 67
Set the snooze time-out................ 68
Calendar ................................................. 68
Open calendar................................... 68
Calendar options .............................. 68
Make a calendar note..................... 69
View calendar notes (day view) ... 69
Options while viewing a day......... 69
Receive a note in calendar format
(vCal).................................................... 70
Modify calendar settings ............... 70
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Notes ......................................................
Open notes ........................................
Make a note ......................................
Send a note .......................................
Notes options ...................................
To-do list ...............................................
Open to-do list .................................
Make a to-do list note ...................
Edit to-do list notes........................
View to-do list notes......................
Send a to-do list note ....................
To-do list options ............................
Calculator..............................................
Use calculator...................................
Currency converter..........................
Timers .....................................................
Normal timer ....................................
Interval timer....................................
Stopwatch.............................................
Measure split or lap time ..............
Save a time........................................
Stopwatch options ..........................
Operation note .................................
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11. Extras .......................................78
Games..................................................... 78
Select games..................................... 78
Memory status ................................. 78
Collection .............................................. 78
Select application............................ 78
Memory status ................................. 78
12. Minibrowser ............................. 79
Mobile Internet access ...................... 79
Sign on to the mobile Internet ....... 79
Navigate the mobile Internet .......... 80
Phone keys......................................... 80
Receive a call while online ........... 80
Make an emergency call while
online .................................................. 80
Clear the cache and disconnect .. 80
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13. PC connectivity........................82
PC data transfer .................................. 82
Nokia PC Suite ..................................... 82
14. Enhancements..........................83
15. Reference information ............85
Batteries and chargers ...................... 85
Nokia battery authentication
guidelines .............................................. 86
16. Care and maintenance ............88
17. Additional safety information 89
Operating environment .......................89
Medical devices .....................................89
Vehicles....................................................90
Potentially explosive environments.90
Emergency calls.....................................91
Certification information (SAR)........91
MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED
WARRANTY.....................................93
Index ...............................................96
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For your safety
Read these simple guidelines.
Not following them may be dangerous
or illegal. Read the complete user
guide for further information.
SWITCH ON SAFELY
Do not switch the phone
on when wireless phone
use is prohibited or when
it may cause interference
or danger.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Obey all local laws.
Always keep your hands
free to operate the vehicle
while driving. Your first
consideration while
driving should be road
safety.
INTERFERENCE
All wireless phones may be
susceptible to
interference, which could
affect performance.
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any restrictions.
Switch the phone off near
medical equipment.
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Follow any restrictions.
Wireless devices can cause
interference in aircraft.
SWITCH OFF WHEN
REFUELLING
Do not use the phone at a
refuelling point. Do not
use near fuel or chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Follow any restrictions.
Do not use the phone
where blasting is in
progress.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in the normal
position as explained in
the product
documentation. Do not
touch the antenna
unnecessarily.
PLAY SAFELY
Use of vibration can
aggravate injuries. Do not
turn vibration on if you
have any ailment in the
bones or joints of your
fingers, hands, wrists, or
arms.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel
may install or repair this
product.
ENHANCEMENTS AND
BATTERIES
Use only approved
enhancements and
batteries. Do not connect
incompatible products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your phone is not
water-resistant. Keep it
dry.
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BACKUP COPIES
Remember to make
back-up copies or keep a
written record of all
important information
stored in your phone.
CONNECTING TO OTHER
DEVICES
When connecting to any
other device, read its user
guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not
connect incompatible
products.
EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone is
switched on and in service.
Press the end key as many
times as needed to clear
the display and return to
standby mode. Enter the
emergency number, then
press the call key. Give
your location. Do not end
the call until given
permission to do so.
■ About your device
The wireless device described in this
guide is approved for use on the CDMA
800, and 1900, and AMPS networks,
and also receives signals from the
global positioning system.
Contact your service provider for more
information about networks.
When using the features in this device,
obey all laws and respect privacy and
legitimate rights of others.
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When taking and using images or video
clips, obey all laws and respect local
customs as well as privacy and
legitimate rights of others.
Warning: To use any features
in this device, other than the
alarm clock, the device must
be switched on. Do not
switch the device on when
wireless device use may
cause interference or danger.
■ Network services
To use the phone you must have
service from a wireless service provider
or network operator. Many of the
features in this device depend on
features in the wireless network to
function. These network services may
not be available on all networks or you
may have to make specific
arrangements with your service
provider before you can utilise network
services. Your service provider may
need to give you additional
instructions for their use and explain
what charges will apply. Some
networks may have limitations that
affect how you can use network
services. For instance, some networks
may not support all languagedependent characters and services.
Your service provider may have
requested that certain features be
disabled or not activated in your
device. If so, they will not appear on
your device menu. Your device may
also have been specially configured.
This configuration may include
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changes in menu names, menu order
and icons. Contact your service
provider for more information.
This device supports WAP 2.0 protocols
(HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP
protocols. Some features of this device,
such as Mobile web require network
support for these technologies.
■ Shared memory
The following features in this device
may share memory: Messaging,
Contacts, Gallery, Organiser, and
Extras. Use of one or more of these
features may reduce the memory
available for the remaining features
sharing memory. For example, saving
many photos to the Gallery may use all
of the available memory. Your device
may display a message that the
memory is full when you try to use a
shared memory feature. In this case,
delete some of the information or
entries stored in the shared memory
features before continuing. Some of
the features, such as Messaging and
Contacts, may have a certain amount
of memory specially allotted to them in
addition to the memory shared with
other features.
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Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of
this Nokia mobile phone. Your phone
provides many functions which are
practical for daily use, such as a handsfree loudspeaker, media player, and
more. Your phone can also connect to
a PC, laptop, or other device using a
USB data cable or Bluetooth wireless
technology.
■ Getting help
Find your phone label
Nokia support and contact
information
For the latest version of this guide,
downloads, services and additional
information related to your
Nokia product, please visit
www.nokia-asia.com/2855/support or
your local Nokia web site.
Should you still require assistance,
please refer to www.nokia-asia.com/
contactus.
To check for the nearest Nokia care
center location for maintenance
services, you may like to visit
www.nokia-asia.com/repair.
Additional information
If you need help, the Nokia Care
Contact Center is available for
assistance. Before calling, we
recommend that you write down the
electronic serial number (ESN) of your
phone and have it available:
The ESN is found on the type label,
which is located beneath the battery
on the back of the phone. See “Remove
the back cover”, p. 7, and “Remove the
battery”, p. 7, for more information.
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Check www.nokia-asia.com/2855/
support or your local Nokia Web site
for the latest version of this guide,
additional information, downloads,
and service related to your Nokia
product.
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Phone at a glance
1. Phone at a glance
■ Keys and parts
• End and power key (9)
• Charger port (10)
• Pop-Port connector (11)
1. Microphone (12)
• Loudspeaker (1)
• PTT key (2)
• Volume control key (3)
• Mini display (4))
• 2.5 mm Headset connector (5)
■ Standby mode
• Earpiece (1)
• Main display (2)
Depending on your wireless service
provider or network operator and the
model number of your phone, some or
all of the following selection keys may
appear in standby mode.
• Left selection key (3)
• Call key (4)
• Keypad (5)
• Selection and scroll key (6)
• Center selection key (7)
• Right selection key (8)
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Phone at a glance
Scroll up key—Go to the contacts list or
network operator menu.
Scroll right key—View the calendar.
Scroll down key—Go to the contacts
list.
Scroll left key—Create a text message.
The standby mode is home base and
indicates your phone is idle.
Signal strength (1)—More bars indicate
a stronger network signal.
Menu (2)—Press the center selection
key to select this option.
Go to (3)—Press the left selection key
to select this option.
Center selection key—Select
highlighted menus and submenus.
■ Indicators and icons
Depending on your wireless service
provider or network operator and the
model number of your phone, some or
all of the following indicators and
icons may appear in standby mode.
Names or network operator menu (4)—
Press the right selection key to select
this option.
You have one or more text or
picture messages. See “Read
and reply to text messages”,
p. 17.
Battery level (5)—A filled-in battery
icon indicates a fully charged battery.
Your phone keypad is locked.
See “Keyguard”, p. 11
■ Quick keys
You have one or more voice
messages. See “Voice
messages”, p. 28.
Depending on your wireless service
provider or network operator and the
model number of your phone, some or
all of the following scroll key shortcuts
may be available in standby mode.
In standby mode, the four-way scroll
and center selection keys instantly
take you to frequently-accessed
menus:
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Your phone is set to the silent
profile. See “Profiles”, p. 46.
The alarm clock is on.
See “Alarm clock”, p. 67.
The countdown timer is
running. See “Timers”, p. 75
The stopwatch timing is
running in the background.
See “Stopwatch”, p. 76.
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Phone at a glance
Integrated hands free or
loudspeaker is active.
The timed profile is selected.
See “Profiles”, p. 46.
Hearing aid mode is active.
Bluetooth connectivity is
enabled.
or
Location sharing is
set to on or to emergency only.
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, or
An enhancement is connected to the
phone.
Phone is roaming outside of
your home network
Phone is in a digital network.
See “Network services”, p. viii.
Phone is in an analog network.
See “Network services”, p. viii.
Phone is in a 1XRTT network.
See “Network services”, p. viii.
■ Phone menus
Phone features are grouped according
to function and are accessed through
the main menus. Each main menu
contains submenus and lists from
which you can select or view items and
personalise your phone features. You
can access these menus and submenus
by using the scroll method or by using
a shortcut.
Note: Some features may not
be available, depending on
your network. For more
information, contact your
wireless provider.
Scroll method
1. In standby mode, to
select Menu use the
center selection key.
To scroll through the
main menu, use the
scroll key.
On the right side of the screen, a
scroll bar is displayed with a tab
that moves up or down as you
move through the menus. This
provides a visual representation of
your current position in the menu
structure.
2. When you arrive at a menu, select
Select (the center selection key) to
enter submenus.
Select Back from the submenu
level to return to the previous
menu.
Press the end key to return to
standby mode from any menu or
submenu.
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Phone at a glance
Main menu display
■ Security feature
You can control whether your phone
main menu is displayed as a List, or
Grid. By default, the main menu
displays in Grid format.
The security feature protects your
device from unauthorised outgoing
calls or denies access to stored
information with a lock or security
code. The lock code is a four-digit
number, while the security code is a
five-digit number. By default, the
security feature uses the lock code
(defaulted to the last four digits of
your phone number) instead of the
security code to protect your phone.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Options > Main menu view > List or
Grid.
If supported by your wireless service
provider or network operator, you can
also change the order of menus in your
main menu.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Options > Organise. Highlight a menu,
select Move. Use the scroll key to move
the menu to a new location, select OK.
You can repeat the procedure to
personalise your main menu.
In-phone help
Many features have brief descriptions
(help text) that can be viewed on the
display. To view these descriptions,
scroll to a feature, and wait for about
15 seconds. Scroll down to view all of
the description, or select Back to exit.
In order to view the descriptions, you
must activate help text. See “Help text
activation”, p. 54.
To access the Security menu, do the
following:
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Security.
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
See “Security”, p. 61 for more
information.
Note: Depending on your
wireless service provider or
network operator, the preset
lock code may be 1234 or
0000 instead of the last four
digits of your phone number.
If none of these work, contact
your wireless service provider
or network operator for more
help.
To restore the factory settings, do the
following:
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Restore settings.
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
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Phone at a glance
Note: Depending on your
wireless service provider or
network operator, your phone
may ask for the security code
(default setting of 12345 or
00000) instead of the lock
code.
■ Go to functions
Organise functions
In standby mode, select Go to >
Options > Organise. Highlight an
option, select Move. Scroll to move the
option to a new location, and select
OK. You can repeat the procedure to
personalise your Go to menu.
Select Done > Yes to save the changes.
The Go to menu allows you to change
the function of the left selection key
on your phone so that your most
frequently used functions can be
quickly accessed from the Go to menu
in standby mode.
Select options
1. In standby mode, select Go to >
Options > Select options.
2. Scroll to the options you want to
add.
3. Select Mark to add an option or
Unmark to remove an option.
4. Select Done when you have added
all desired options.
5. Select Yes to save the changes.
6. In standby mode, select Go to to
display a list of the options that
you selected in step 3.
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Set up your phone
2. Set up your phone
■ Antenna
Your device has an
internal antenna and
an external antenna
that works when fully
extended.
Hold the device as
you would any
other telephone
with the antenna
area pointed up
and over your
shoulder.
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Note: As
with any
other radio
transmitting
device, do
not touch
the antenna
unnecessaril
y when the
device is
switched on. Contact with the
antenna affects call quality
and may cause the device to
operate at a higher power
level than otherwise needed.
Avoiding contact with the
antenna area when operating
the device optimises the
antenna performance and the
battery life.
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Set up your phone
■ Battery
Remove the battery
Always switch off the power and
disconnect the charger before
removing the battery. Avoid touching
electronic components while changing
the covers. Always store and use the
device with the covers attached.
Prolonged, continuous use of your
device may increase the device
temperature. The increased
temperature is a normal function of
this product and does not pose a safety
concern for you or the device. If the
temperature is uncomfortable to you,
use a headset or allow your device to
return to room temperature before
your next call.
Remove the back cover
After you have removed the back
cover, insert your finger into the finger
grip, and lift the battery from its
compartment.
UIM (CDMA SIM) card slot
Your phone has a built-in UIM card
slot. However, the UIM is not
functional in this phone model.
Avoid placing anything into the UIM
card slot.
Replace the battery
1. With the back of the phone facing
you, press down and hold the back
cover latch.
1. Insert the battery, gold-coloured
contact end first, into the battery
slot.
2. Slide the back cover toward the
bottom of the phone, lift up and
remove.
2. Push down on the other end of the
battery to snap the battery into
place.
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Set up your phone
Replace the back cover
minutes before the charging
indicator appears on the display or
before any calls can be made.
■ Turn your phone on
or off
1. Set the back cover on the phone
with the cover tabs aligned with
the slots in the phone.
2. Press the back cover latch down,
and slide the back cover toward the
top of phone.
3. Make sure back cover latch is
secure.
1. To turn your phone on or off, press
and hold the end key for at least
3 seconds.
Charge the battery
2. Enter the lock code, if necessary,
and select OK.
■ Connect the headset
1. Plug the charger transformer into a
standard ac outlet.
2. Insert the charger output plug into
the round jack at the bottom of the
phone.
If necessary, you can use a CA-44
adapter cable (1) to connect a
charger and the phone.
After a few seconds, the battery
indicator in the display scrolls.
If the battery is completely
discharged, it may take a few
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A compatible headset, such as HS-5,
may be purchased with your phone or
separately as an enhancement.
See “Enhancement settings”, p. 59 for
information.
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Set up your phone
1. Plug the headset connector into
the Pop-Port™ connector at the
bottom of your phone.
appears on the display.
2. Position the headset on your ear.
With the headset connected, you can
make, answer, and end calls as usual.
• Use the keypad to enter numbers.
• Press the call key to place a call.
• Press the end key to end a call.
You can also plug a compatible
headset, such as the such as the HS-9
Universal Headset, into the into the
2.5-mm headset jack on the side of
your phone to allow hands-free
operation. See “Enhancement
settings”, p. 59.
Warning: When you use the
headset, your ability to hear
outside sounds may be
affected. Do not use the
headset where it can
endanger your safety.
■ Make calls
Using the keypad
1. Enter the phone number (including
the area code), and press the call
key. To delete a character to the
left of the cursor, select Clear.
2. To end the call, press the end key.
To cancel the call attempt, select
End call.
Use the save contact option
1. In standby mode, enter the phone
number (including the area code)
and select Save, enter a name for
the contact, and select OK.
2. To make the call, press the call key.
To return to standby mode, select
Done.
Use the contacts list
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your contacts.
2. Scroll to the contact you wish to
dial,and press the call key. To view
details of the entry, select Details.
Use the last dialled number
1. In standby mode, press the call key
to display the last 30 numbers
dialled.
2. Scroll to the number or name you
wish to redial, and press the call
key.
Make a conference call
Conference calling is a network service
that allows you to take part in a
conference call with two other
participants.
1. Make a call to the first participant.
2. With the first participant on the
line, select Options > New call.
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3. Enter the phone number of the
second participant; or, to retrieve a
number from your contacts, select
Search and the number you want
to call.
4. Press the call key. The first
participant is put on hold.
5. When the second participant picks
up, press the call key to connect
the calls.
6. To end the conference call, select
Options > End all calls, or press the
end key.
■ Answer calls
Answer or silence an
incoming call
1. To answer the call, press the call
key or select Answer.
2. To reject the call, press the end key.
Select Silence to mute the ringing
tone. Select Dismiss or do nothing,
and the call is eventually
forwarded to voice mail.
If your phone is set to Silent in the
Profiles menu, select Dismiss, and
the call is forwarded to voice mail.
Adjust the earpiece volume
Press the up arrow or down arrow on
the volume key located on the right
side of your phone to adjust the
volume of the earpiece.
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When adjusting the volume, a bar
chart appears in the display indicating
the volume level.
Answer a call with the
keypad locked
To answer a call with the keypad
locked, simply press the call key.
During the call, all features function as
normal. When you end or reject the
call, the keypad automatically relocks.
See “Keyguard”, p. 11 for details.
When the device is locked, calls may be
possible to the official emergency
number programmed into your device.
Use the loudspeaker
Warning: Do not hold the
device near your ear when
the loudspeaker is in use
because the volume may be
extremely loud.
You can use your phone loudspeaker
during a call:
• To activate the loudspeaker, select
Loudsp.
• To deactivate the loudspeaker,
select Normal.
The loudspeaker is deactivated
automatically when a call or a call
attempt ends or when certain
enhancements are connected.
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Mute phone during call
■ Keyguard
To mute your phone during a call,
select Mute; to unmute the phone,
select Unmute.
With keyguard, you can lock the
keypad to prevent keys from being
pressed accidentally. Remember to
lock your phone keypad to prevent
accidental calls or activation of
features. If the keypad is locked, it
unlocks when you receive a call.
After the call, the lock automatically
reactivates.
Options during a call
Many of the options that you can use
during a call, are network services.
Check with your wireless service
provider or network operator for more
information.
During a call, select Options and one of
the following:
Loudspeaker or Normal—Activate or
deactivate the loudspeaker while in a
call.
New call—Initiate a conference call.
See “Make a conference call”, p. 9 for
information.
Save—Save a number entered during a
call.
When the keyguard is on, calls may be
possible to the official emergency
number programmed into your device.
If the phone is closed, open it. When
the phone is open:
• To unlock the keypad, select
Unlock, and press * within 2
seconds.
• To lock the keypad, select Menu,
and press * within 2 seconds.
Add to contact—Add a number entered
during a call to a contact in your list.
End all calls—Disconnect from all
active calls.
DTMF tones—Enter the numbers, and
select Tones to send the numbers as
tones.
Contacts—View the contacts list.
Menu—View the phone menu.
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Text entry
3. Text entry
You can use two methods for entering
text and numbers: standard mode and
predictive text mode.
■ Standard mode
Standard mode is the only way to enter
text into the contacts list, and to
rename caller groups.
Text (Abc)
• Press a key once to insert the first
letter on the key, twice for the
second letter, etc. If you pause
briefly, the last letter in the display
is accepted and your phone awaits
the next entry.
Numbers (123)
To switch to 123 mode from Abc mode,
press and hold # at any message entry
screen to open the Editor settings.
Select Number mode, and the device
returns to the message entry screen
and switches the ABC icon in the upper
left corner of the display to the 123
icon (or back). To return to Abc mode,
press and hold #.
Change language
To change the language, do the
following:
1. Press and hold # to open the Editor
settings menu list.
• Press 0 to enter a space, thereby
accepting a completed word.
2. Select Writing language, and the
new language.
• Press 1 as many times as necessary
to scroll through a list of commonly
used characters.
The phone will return to the message
entry screen, and you can compose in
the new language.
• Press * to display a complete list of
special characters.
• Press and hold # to open Editor
settings, and select Number mode,
Prediction on or Prediction off, or
Writing language.
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Punctuation and special
characters
While at any text entry screen, press *
to display special characters (press and
hold * if predictive text is on). Press *
again to cycle through all available
characters. Scroll to navigate through
the list of special characters. Once a
character is highlighted, select Insert
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to insert the character into your
message.
■ Predictive text mode
Predictive text input allows you to
write messages quickly using your
keypad and the built-in dictionary. It is
much faster than the standard mode
method, because for each letter, you
only press the corresponding key on
your keypad once.
Activate and deactivate
At any text entry screen, select and
hold Options to turn predictive text on
or off depending on previous mode, or
select Options > Predictive text >
Prediction on or Prediction off. Press #
twice to change from predictive text
mode to standard mode and back.
Enter text
The illustration below simulates your
display each time a key is pressed.
For example, to write Nokia with
predictive text on and with the English
dictionary selected, press each of the
following keys once:
6
5
4
• If ? appears after a word, it is not in
the dictionary. Select Spell to add
the word to the dictionary.
• Press 1 to insert a period into your
message.
• Press and hold * to display special
characters. Press * again to cycle
through all available characters.
• Press and hold the specific number
key to enter a number.
Activate and deactivate
6
• If a displayed word is not correct,
press * to see other matches. To
return to the previous word in the
list of matches, select Prev.
2
• Press 0 to enter a space and begin
writing the next word.
• Press and hold # to open Editor
settings, and select Number mode,
Prediction on or Prediction off, and
Writing language.
■ Change case and
mode
Press # to switch between uppercase,
lowercase, and sentence case, as well
as standard and predictive text modes.
Case and mode are indicated by the
following icons that appear in the
upper left of the display screen.
Uppercase text: standard
mode is on.
Lowercase text: standard
mode is on.
Sentence case text:
standard mode is on.
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Text entry
Only available at the beginning of a
sentence.
Uppercase text:
predictive text is on.
Lowercase text:
predictive text is on.
Sentence case text:
predictive text is on.
Only available at the beginning of a
sentence.
■ Delete text
To delete text, use one of the following
options:
• Select Clear to backspace the
cursor and delete a character.
• Select and hold Clear to backspace
continuously and delete
characters.
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4. Messaging
Your phone is capable of creating and
receiving text, multimedia, voice and
minibrowser messages. Check with
your service provider to see what
messaging is available for you.
■ Text messages
Text messaging is a network service.
See “Network services”, p. viii, for more
information. If your wireless service
provider or network operator supports
this feature, you can send and receive
text messages to compatible phones
that are also subscribed to the service.
When composing text messages, check
the number of characters allowed in
the top right corner of the message.
Using special (unicode) characters
takes up more space. If there are
special characters in your message, the
indicator may not show the message
length correctly. Before the message is
sent, the phone will tell you if the
message exceeds the maximum length
allowed for one message. Also, you can
make distribution lists that contain
phone numbers and names from your
contact list. See “Distribution lists”,
p. 27 for more information.
Note: When sending
messages, your device may
display Message sent. This is
an indication that the message
has been sent by your device
to the message center number
programmed into your device.
This is not an indication that
the message has been received
at the intended destination.
For more details about
messaging services, check with
your service provider.
Text message folders and
options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages and from
the following:
Create message—Create and send
messages.
Inbox—Check for received text
messages. Text messages are
automatically stored in the Inbox when
they are received. A notification
appears when a message arrives in the
Inbox.
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Outbox—Check for outgoing text
messages. Text messages are
automatically stored in the Outbox as
they are sent. If your service is
interrupted while sending, the text
message is stored in the Outbox until
another delivery attempt is made.
Sent items—Sent text messages are
stored in Sent items.
Drafts—View the list of messages saved
for additional work.
Archive—View the list of saved
messages for later reference.
Templates—Select from a collection of
prewritten Templates, when creating
text messages. Preloaded Templates
can be edited and personalised.
My folders—Create and name personal
folders.
Delete messages—Delete messages
from a selected folder or all folders.
Message settings—Change settings to
read, write, and send text messages.
Send numeric page—Send a message
with a number to which to return a
call.
Add-ins—Insert a Sound, Animation,
or Picture to the text message.
Write and send text
messages
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Create message.
To go quickly to the Create
message screen, scroll left in
standby mode.
2. Compose a text message using the
keypad. See “Choose a text
message option”, p. 17, for options
in composition.
3. Select Send to > Recently used,
Send to number, Send to e-mail,
Send to many, or Send to
distribution list (if you have created
one).
4. Select a number or distribution list,
enter the recipient’s phone number
or e-mail address, or select Search
to retrieve a number or e-mail
address from your contacts list;
select Send.
Use a template
Templates are short, prewritten
messages that can be retrieved and
inserted into new text messages.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Create message > Options > Use
template.
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2. Select one of the available
templates, and use the keypad to
complete the text message.
Read and reply to text
messages
When you receive a text message,
a notification appears and the
unopened letter icon (
) is
displayed.
1. Select Show to read the text
message or Exit to dismiss the
notification.
Scroll to view the whole message,
if necessary.
When unopened messages are in
your inbox,
is shown in the
upper left corner in standby mode
as a reminder.
2. Select Reply > Empty screen,
Original text, Template, or one of
the predefined answers provided.
3. Compose your reply with the
keypad, and select Send.
Choose a text message
option
Create message options
When you create or reply to a text
message, depending on the mode of
text input you use and the features
supported by your wireless service
provider or network operator, some or
all of the following are available:
Sending options—Mark or Unmark a
message as Urgent, Delivery note,
Callback no., or Signature.
Clear text—Erase all text from your
message.
Add-ins—Insert a Sound, Animation,
or Picture to the text message.
Styles > Font type, Font size, orText
alignment, —Select how your message
is displayed.
Insert contact—Insert detail from your
contacts list into your message.
Insert number—Insert a phone number
or find a phone number in the contacts
list.
Save—Save the message in Drafts.
Exit editor—Exit the message editor.
Use template—Insert a predefined
template.
Insert smiley—Insert a smiley.
Predictive text —Turn predictive text
on or off, and select the language used
for predictive text.
Insert word or Edit word—Enter or edit
the text of a new word that might not
appear in the predictive text
dictionary. This is displayed only when
predictive text is on.
Insert symbol—Insert a special
character. This is displayed only when
predictive text is on.
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Read message options
Create a custom folder
When you read a text message, the
following options are available:
To organise your messages, create
custom folders, and save messages you
want to keep there.
Delete—Discard the text message.
Message details—View the details of
the text message.
Use detail > Number, E-mail address,
or Web address—Select Save to create
a new contact; select Options > Add to
contact, Send message, or Call for
other options. See “Save other details”,
p. 36, to create and save details for a
new contact.
Move—Save the message to Archive,
Templates, or a folder you have
created.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages > My
folders > Add fold. to create your
initial custom folder.
Select Menu > Messaging > Text
messages > My folders > Options >
Add folder to create an additional
custom folder.
2. Enter a name for the new folder,
and select OK.
Rename a custom folder
Forward—Forward the text message to
another phone number.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages > My
folders.
Lock or Unlock—Lock or unlock the text
message. The appropriate option
appears.
2. Scroll to the folder you wish to
rename, and select Options >
Rename folder.
Rename—Edit the title of the text
message.
3. Select and hold Clear to delete the
existing entry; enter a new name
for the folder; select OK to confirm
or Back to exit.
Use custom folders
Your phone has a folder system that
saves and stores text messages.
Additionally you can create custom
folders.
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Delete a custom folder
Only folders in My folders can be
deleted. The Inbox, Outbox, Sent items,
Drafts, Archive, and Templates folders
are protected. When you delete a
folder, all messages in the folder are
also deleted.
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1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages > My
folders.
2. Scroll to the folder you wish to
delete, and select Options > Delete
folder.
3. Select Yes to delete or No to exit.
Delete text messages
Delete messages and one of the
following:
All—Deletes all text messages in
the folder.
All read—Deletes only the read text
messages in the folder.
All unread—Deletes all unread text
messages in the Inbox.
If your message memory is full and you
have more text messages waiting at
the network,
blinks in standby
mode. You can do the following:
2. If you select All or All read, select
Mark or Unmark to choose the
folders from which to delete text
messages. Select Options > Mark
all to choose all folders.
• Read some of the unread text
messages, and delete them.
3. Select Done after choosing the
folders.
• Delete text messages from some of
your folders.
4. Select Yes to delete the message or
No to exit.
Delete a single text message
To delete a single text message, you
must open it.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages.
2. Select the folder containing the
text message you wish to delete.
3. Select the message you wish to
delete and Options > Delete.
4. Select Yes to delete the message or
No to exit.
Delete all messages in a folder
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Text message settings
Sending options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Message settings > Sending options.
Highlight the setting or settings you
wish to change:
Priority > Normal or Urgent—the
priority of the message
Delivery note—to receive a note
confirming delivery of a text message.
Send callback number > On—to send
your default phone to the recipient
Signature—to append a signature to an
outgoing text message. If you have not
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created a signature, select On; enter a
signature, and select OK.
Other settings
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Message settings > Other settings and
the setting you wish to change:
Message font size—Select the desired
font size for the display.
Message overwriting > Sent items only,
Inbox only, S. items & Inbox, orOff—Set
your phone to automatically replace
old messages in Inbox or Sent items
when new ones arrive. When the
message memory is full, your phone
cannot send or receive any new
messages.
Save sent messages—Select Always
save or Always prompt to save sent
text messages to Sent items. Select Off
to not save messages.
Auto-playback of sounds—If you have
enhanced text messaging, select On or
Off to control sound clips.
Queue msgs. if no digital—Select On or
On prompt to store text messages in
the Outbox until they can be sent with
a digital service. Select Off to not store
messages.
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■ Multimedia messages
Multimedia messaging is a network
service. See “Network services”, p. viii,
for more information. If your wireless
service provider or network operator
supports this feature, you can send and
receive multimedia messages to
compatible phones that are also
subscribed to the service.
A multimedia message can contain
text, sound, a picture, or a video clip.
Your phone supports multimedia
messages that are up to 600 KB. If the
maximum size is exceeded, the phone
may not be able to receive the
message.
Note: Only devices that have
compatible features can
receive and display
multimedia messages.
The appearance of a message
may vary depending on the
receiving device. The wireless
network may limit the size of
multimedia messages. If the
inserted picture exceeds this
limit, the device may make it
smaller so that it can be sent
by multimedia message.
Depending upon your network, you
may receive a message that includes
an Internet address where you can go
to view the multimedia message.
Pictures are scaled to fit the display
area of the phone. Your phone has a
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multimedia message viewer for playing
messages and a multimedia inbox for
storing saved messages. Once you save
the multimedia message, you can use
the image as a screen saver or the
sound as a ringing tone.
Copyright protections may prevent
some images, ringing tones, and other
content from being copied, modified,
transferred, or forwarded.
Multimedia messaging only supports
the following formats:
• Picture: JPEG, GIF, animated GIF,
WBMP, BMP, and PNG
• Sound: MP3, eAAC+, SP-MIDI,
AMR audio, QCELP, and
monophonic ringing tones
• Video: clips in H.264 format with
QCIF image size
You cannot receive multimedia
messages if you have a call in progress,
games or other applications running,
or an active browsing session. Because
delivery of multimedia messages can
fail for a variety of reasons, do not rely
solely upon them for essential
communications.
Multimedia message folders
and options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia messages.
and from the following:
Create message—Create and send
multimedia messages.
Inbox—Check for received multimedia
messages. Multimedia messages are
automatically stored in the Inbox when
they are received. You receive a
notification when a message arrives in
your Inbox.
Outbox—Check for outgoing
multimedia messages. Multimedia
messages are automatically stored in
the Outbox as they are sent. If your
service is interrupted while sending,
then messages are stored in the
Outbox until another delivery attempt
is made.
Sent items—Sent multimedia messages
are stored in Sent items.
Saved items—Save multimedia
messages for later use in Saved items.
Delete messages—Delete multimedia
messages from the Inbox, Outbox, Sent
items, or Saved items.
Message settings—Change the settings
for multimedia messages.
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Write and send multimedia
messages
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Create Message.
2. Compose a message using the
keypad. See “Choose a multimedia
message option”, p. 23 for
composing options.
3. Select Send to > Recently used, To
phone number, To e-mail address,
To many, or Distribution lists.
4. Select a number or distribution list,
and enter the recipient’s phone
number or email address; or select
Search to retrieve a number or email address from your contacts
list.
5. Select Send.
The multimedia message is moved to
the Outbox for sending.
The wireless network may limit the size
of multimedia messages. If the inserted
picture exceeds this limit, the device
may make it smaller so that it can be
sent by multimedia messaging.
It takes more time to send a
multimedia message than to send a
text message. While the multimedia
message is being sent, the animated
indicator
is displayed and you
can use other functions on the phone.
If there is an interruption while the
message is being sent, the phone
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automatically tries to resend it a few
times. If this fails, the message remains
in the Outbox and you can try to
manually resend it later. Check your
Outbox for unsent messages.
Note: When sending
messages, your device may
display the words Multimedia
message sent. This is an
indication that the message
has been sent by your device
to the message center number
programmed into your device.
This is not an indication that
the message has been
received at the intended
destination. For more details
about messaging services,
check with your service
provider.
Messages that you send are saved in
Sent items if the setting Save sent
messages is set to Yes. See
“Multimedia message settings”, p. 26.
This is not an indication that the
message has been received at the
intended destination.
Read and reply to
multimedia messages
When a multimedia message is
received,
appears in the display
along with the percentage display
indicating the download progress.
Once the message has been fully
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downloaded,
and a notification
appears in the display.
Choose a multimedia
message option
1. To view the multimedia message
immediately, select Show.
Create message options
To save the message to the inbox
for later viewing, select Exit.
To view a saved message, select
Menu > Messaging > Multimedia
msgs. > Inbox and the message you
want to view.
While viewing a message, select
Play to play the entire message
2. Select Reply or Options > Reply to
all, and compose your reply.
3. Select Send.
If
blinks and Multimedia
memory full. View waiting message.
appears, the memory for multimedia
messages is full. To view the waiting
message, select Show. Before you can
save the message, you need to delete
some of your old messages. See “Delete
multimedia messages”, p. 25 for more
information.
Important: Exercise caution
when opening messages.
Multimedia message objects
may contain malicious
software or otherwise be
harmful to your device or PC.
When you create or reply to a
multimedia message, depending on the
mode of text input you are using and
the features supported by your wireless
service provider or network operator,
some or all of the following options are
available:
Send to album—Send message to an
online album. This is an online network
service. Check with your service
provider for more information.
Insert > Image, Sound clip, or Video
clip—Insert an image, sound clip,
or video clip file from your Gallery.
Open the desired folder, and select the
file and Options > Insert.
Copyright protections may prevent
some images, ringing tones, and other
content from being copied, modified,
transferred, or forwarded.
Insert > New sound clip—Opens the
voice recorder to create a new sound
clip that you attach to the message.
Insert > Slide—Insert a slide into your
message. Each slide can contain text,
business card, calendar note, one
image, and one sound clip.
Insert > Business card—Insert contact
as a business card.
Insert > Calendar note—Insert a
calendar note.
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Delete > Image, Sound clip, or Video
clip—Delete an image, sound clip, or
video clip file from your message. Only
appears when your message has a file
attachment.
Delete > Slide—Delete the current slide
from your message.
Edit subject—Edit the subject heading.
Clear text—Erases all text from the
current slide in your message.
Preview—Preview the message or slide
presentation before sending it. Select
Stop to end the preview. Select Play to
start the preview again or Back to
return to the list of options.
Previous slide—Move to the previous
slide. Option only appears if there is a
previous slide.
Next slide—Move to the next slide.
Option only appears if there is a next
slide.
More options > Insert contact—Insert a
name from your contacts list into your
message.
More options > Insert number—Insert a
phone number or find a phone number
in the contacts list.
More options > Message details—
Shows the details of your multimedia
message.
Exit editor—Exits the message editor.
Insert smiley—Insert a smiley.
Insert word or Edit word—Enter or edit
the text of a new word that might not
appear in the predictive text
dictionary. This appears only when
predictive text is on.
Insert symbol—Insert a special
character. This appears only when
predictive text is on.
Writing language—Choose the
language you want to use.
Slide list—Shows a list of all slides.
Select the slide you wish to edit.
Prediction on or Prediction off—Turn
predictive text on or off.
Slide timing—Set the timing interval
for each slide. By default, each slide
appears for 12 seconds.
Matches—View matches found in the
predictive text dictionary for the word
you want to use. This appears only
when predictive text is on.
Place text first or Place text last—Move
text to the top or bottom of the slide.
By default, the text appears at the
bottom or last.
Save—Saves the message to Saved
items.
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Read message options
When you read a multimedia message,
the following options are available:
Set contrast—Adjust the contrast of an
image. This option is only available
when viewing an image.
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Details—Displays the details of a
highlighted file attachment.
service. Check with your service
provider for more information.
Save image, Save sound clip, or Save
video clip—Save the corresponding file
to the Gallery. Images, sound clips, and
video clips must be opened before you
can save them.
Message details—View the sender’s
name and phone number, the message
center used, reception date and time,
message size and type.
Save link—Save the corresponding Web
link. This appears only when a Web link
is highlighted.
Delete multimedia
messages
View text—View only the text included
in the message.
Activate image, Activate tone, or
Activate video clip—View or listen to
the corresponding file.
If your message memory is full and you
have more multimedia messages
waiting at the network,
blinks in
standby mode. You can do the
following:
Open business card—Open an attached
business card.
• Read some of the unread
multimedia messages, and delete
them.
Open calendar note—Open an attached
calendar note.
• Delete multimedia messages from
some of your folders.
Delete—Delete the message you are
viewing.
Delete a single multimedia
message
Reply or Reply to all—Enter a reply and
send it to the original sender and any
other recipients of the message.
To delete a single multimedia message,
you need to open it first.
Use detail—Use a corresponding
number or e-mail address. The number
or e-mail address must be highlighted
Send to number, Send to e-mail, or
Send to many—Forward the message to
a phone number, to an e-mail address,
or to multiple recipients.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs.
2. Select the folder containing the
multimedia message you wish to
delete.
3. Select the message you wish to
delete and Options > Delete.
4. Select Yes to delete or No to exit.
Album—Forward the message to an
online album. This is an online network
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Delete all multimedia
messages in a folder
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Delete messages > Inbox, Outbox,
Sent items, or Saved items.
2. Select Yes to delete the all
messages in the folder or No to
exit.
Multimedia message
settings
Save sent messages
You can save the multimedia messages
that you send to the Sent items folder.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Save sent
messages > No or Yes.
Delivery reports
You can request delivery reports to
inform you if a message is delivered.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Delivery reports >
On or Off
Scale image down
You can request for images to be
automatically scaled down.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Scale image
down > Yes or No.
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Default slide timing
You can set the default time in mm:ss
for the slides of a multimedia message.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Default slide
timing, enter a slide time, and select
OK.
Allow multimedia reception
Before you can use the multimedia
message feature, you must specify
whether you want to receive message
at all times or only if you are in the
service provider’s home system. This is
a network service. Check with your
service provider for more information.
The default setting of the multimedia
message service is generally on.
The appearance of a multimedia
message may vary depending on the
receiving device.
You can choose to receive all
messages, to block all messages, or to
receive messages only when you are in
the service provider’s home network.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Allow multimedia
recept. and one of the following:
Yes—Allow all incoming messages.
In home network—Allow incoming
messages only if you are in the service
provider’s home system. This is a
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network service. Check with your
service provider for more information.
No—Block all incoming messages.
Incoming multimedia
messages
You can set how your phone retrieves
incoming multimedia messages.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Incoming multim.
msgs. and one of the following:
Retrieve—Sets the phone to
automatically retrieve all multimedia
messages. When new messages arrive,
you are notified that a multimedia
message is received. If you choose to
automatically retrieve messages, you
can select Show to read the
multimedia message or Exit to view
them in your inbox later.
Retrieve manually—Choose the
messages you wish to retrieve.
When new messages arrive, you are
notified that a multimedia message is
available for retrieval. If you select to
manually retrieve messages, select
Show to open the message
notification, then Retrieve. Select Exit
to save the notification to your inbox,
and retrieve the message later.
Reject—Sets the phone to reject
multimedia messages.
Allow or block advertisements
Allows you to block advertisements.
This setting is not available if
multimedia reception is blocked.
From standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Multimedia msgs. >
Message settings > Allow
advertisements > Yes or No.
This is a network service. Check with
your service provider for more
information.
■ Distribution lists
Distribution lists allow you to send
messages to a designated group of
people.
Create distribution lists
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Distribution lists >
New list.
If you create a second distribution
list, select Menu > Messaging >
Distribution lists > Options >
Create new list.
2. Enter a name for the list, and select
OK.
3. To add a contact to this list, select
Add new, and add the contacts one
by one.
A distribution list only contains phone
numbers of recipients.
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Add and remove contacts
To add contacts, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Distribution lists > the list of choices >
Add new. Add the contacts one by one.
To remove contacts, select Menu >
Messaging > Text messages >
Distribution lists > the list of choices >
Options, and remove the contact name.
Use distribution lists
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Distribution lists.
2. Scroll to the list you wish to
modify; select Options and one of
the following:
Create new list—Create a new
distribution list.
Send message—Send message to
the distribution list.
Rename list—Rename the
distribution list.
Clear list—Clear the distribution list
of all current contacts.
Delete list—Delete the distribution
list.
■ Voice messages
If you subscribe to voice mail, your
wireless provider will furnish you with
a voice mailbox number. You need to
save this number to your phone to use
voice mail. When you receive a voice
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message, your phone will beep, display
a message, or both. If you receive more
than one message, your phone shows
the number of messages received.
Save voice mailbox number
Your wireless provider may have
already saved your voice mailbox
number to your phone. If so, the
number will appear in the display in
step 2. Select OK to leave the number
unchanged.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Voice messages >
Voice mailbox number.
2. If the number is not displayed or
incorrect, enter your voice mailbox
area code and number.
3. Select OK.
Call and set up your
voice mail
After you save the voice mailbox, in
standby mode, press and hold 1. When
you connect to voice mail and the
prerecorded greeting begins, follow
the automated instructions to set up
your voice mail.
Listen to your voice mail
After you set up voice mail, you can
dial the number in one of four ways:
• Dial the number.
• Press and hold 1.
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• Select Listen if there is a
notification on the display.
Set up voice mail with
dialling codes
• In standby mode, select Menu >
Messaging > Voice messages >
Listen to voice messages.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Speed dials.
When you connect and the
prerecorded greeting begins, follow
the automated instructions to listen to
your voice messages.
Automate voice mail
Voice mail services vary by service
provider. The following instructions are
examples of common operations.
Please check with your service provider
for specific instructions for using your
voice mail service.
Write down number and
process
1. Write down your voice mailbox
number.
2. Call and check your voice mail as
you normally would.
3. Write down your interaction with
the recorded prompts step-by-step.
Note that each voice mail service
may vary. Your steps may resemble
the following:
Dial 2145551212, pause 5 seconds,
press 1, pause 2 seconds, press
1234, and press *.
2. Scroll to an empty speed dials slot,
and select Assign.
3. Enter your voice mailbox number,
including the area code.
4. Refer to dialling codes, and enter
any codes as necessary. Use the
information that you saved from
“Write down number and process”,
p. 29.
For example, if you pause for 5
seconds after connecting to voice
mail, enter p twice after the voice
mailbox number, for example,
2145551212pp. For more
information on dialling codes see
“Insert dialling codes”, p. 35.
5. Enter any remaining pauses or
other information that allows you
to listen to your messages, and
select OK.
6. Enter a name (such as voice mail),
and select OK.
To dial and listen to your voice mail,
press and hold the assigned speed dials
key in standby mode.
Be precise; you will need this
information in “Set up voice mail with
dialling codes”, p. 29.
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■ Minibrowser
messages
Minibrowser messaging is a network
service. See “Network services”, p. viii,
for more information.
Important: Exercise caution
when opening messages.
E-mail messages may contain
malicious software or
otherwise be harmful to your
device or PC.
If your wireless service provider or
network operator supports this feature,
you can check for e-mail messages
using the minibrowser. In standby
mode, select Menu > Messaging >
Minibrowser messages > Connect.
See “Minibrowser”, p. 79 for more
information on using your phone to
access web pages.
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5. Log
Log stores information about the last
30 missed, 30 received, or 30 dialled
calls. It also adds the total duration of
all calls. When the number of calls
exceed the maximum, the most recent
call replaces the oldest.
Whether viewing missed, received, or
dialled calls, the menu options are the
same:
Time of call—Display the date and time
of the call.
Send message—Send a message to the
number.
Use number—Edit the number and
associate a name with the number.
Save—Enter a name for the number
and save it to your contacts list.
■ View missed calls
Missed calls are calls that were never
answered. The missed calls feature
does not function when your phone is
switched off.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Log > Missed calls; if a missed call
notification appears, select List.
2. Scroll to a name or number, select
Options and a menu option.
■ View received calls
Received calls are calls that have been
answered.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Log > Received calls.
2. Scroll to a name or number, select
Options and a menu option.
Add to contact—Add the number to an
existing name in your contacts list, if
the number is not associated with a
name.
■ View dialled numbers
Delete—Clear the number from
memory.
Dialled calls are numbers you have
previously dialled from your phone:
Call—Call the number.
1. In standby mode, press the call key;
or select Menu > Log > Dialled
numbers.
2. Scroll to a name or number, select
Options and a menu option.
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■ View Message
Recipients
You can view recipients of messages
you have sent.
■ Time of call
You can make or receive up to five calls
to or from the same number and view
the time each call occurred. Your clock
must be set for this feature to work
accurately.
1. While viewing a missed, received,
or dialled call, select Options >
Time of call.
2. Scroll down to view the most
recent call times from this number.
■ Call duration
Note: The actual invoice for
calls and services from your
service provider may vary,
depending on network
features, rounding off for
billing, taxes and so forth.
You can view the duration of your
calls. In standby mode, select Menu >
Log > Call duration and one of the
following options:
Last call duration—Check the time of
your last call.
Dialled calls' duration—Check the
combined time of calls you dialled for
either Home or Roaming.
3. Select Back to return to the options
list.
Received calls' duration—Check the
combined time of calls you received for
either Home or Roaming.
■ Use other options
All calls' duration—Check the
combined time of all calls.
Useful options exist when viewing a
missed, received, or dialled call. Select
Options > Time of call, Send message,
Use number, Save, Add to contact,
Delete, or Call.
■ Clear log lists
You can delete any missed, dialled, or
received calls from phone memory.
In standby mode, select Menu > Log >
Clear log lists > All call lists, Missed
calls, Received calls, Dialled numbers,
or Message recipients.
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Life timer—Check the total airtime
minutes logged on your phone.
Clear timers—Enter your lock code, and
select OK to clear all timers on your
phone.
Note: Some timers, including
the life timer, may be reset
during service or software
upgrades.
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■ Data or fax calls
Data/fax calls are a network service.
See “Network services”, p. viii, for more
information. If your wireless service
provider or network operator supports
this feature, you can view the size or
duration of sent or received data and
fax calls.
Note: The actual invoice for
calls and services from your
service provider may vary,
depending on network
features, rounding off for
billing, taxes and so forth.
In standby mode, select Menu > Log >
Data/fax calls and one of the following
options:
Last sent data/fax—View the size (KB)
of the last sent data or fax call.
Last received data/fax—View the size
(KB) of the last received data or
fax call.
■ Duration of
minibrowser calls
Minibrowser is a network service.
See “Network services”, p. viii, for more
information. If your wireless service
provider or network operator supports
this feature, you can view the size or
duration of sent or received data from
the minibrowser.
Note: The actual invoice for
calls and services from your
service provider may vary,
depending on network
features, rounding off for
billing, taxes and so forth.
In standby mode, select Menu > Log >
Minibrowser calls and one of the
following options:
Last sent browser data—View the size
(KB) of the last send browser data.
Last rcvd. browser data—View the size
(KB) of the last received data.
All sent data/fax—View the size (KB) of
all sent data and fax calls.
All sent browser data—View the size
(KB) of all sent browser data.
All received data/fax—View the size
(KB) of all received data and fax calls.
All received browser data—View the
size (KB) of all received browser data.
Last data/fax’s duration—View the
duration time of the last data or
fax call.
Last browser session—View the
duration time of the last browser
session.
All data/fax calls’ duration—View the
duration time of all calls.
All browser sessions—View the
duration time of all browser sessions.
Clear all data/fax registers—Select Yes
to clear all data and fax registers.
Clear all browser logs—Select OK > Yes
to clear all browser logs.
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6. Contacts
The contacts list can hold up to 500
contacts with multiple numbers and
text notes for each contact.
The amount of numbers and text
entries that you can save may vary,
depending on length and the total
number of entries in the contacts list.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts and from the following
options:
Names—Display the list of contacts
currently on your phone.
Settings—Change your contact
settings.
Groups—Assign contacts to caller
groups.
Voice tags—Assign voice commands to
phone numbers.
Speed dials—Assign specific keys to
phone numbers.
My number—Show the current number
assigned to the phone.
Delete all contacts—Delete all contacts
on your phone.
To quickly access your contacts scroll
up or down while in standby mode.
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■ View contacts
In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Names, or scroll down to
see your current list of contacts. While
viewing your contact list, you can
select Details for the contact
information or Options and one of the
following:
Search—Search your contacts.
Add new—Add a new contact.
Add new group—Add a new caller
group.
Delete contact—Delete the highlighted
contact.
To make a call, highlight a phone
number for a contact, and select Call.
■ Search contacts
In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Names > Options > Search.
Enter the first character of the contact
name, and highlight the contact you
wish to view.
If the right selection key on your phone
is Names, you can select Names >
Options > Search in standby mode.
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■ Add new contacts
Save a name and number
1. In standby mode, enter the phone
number you wish to save.
2. Select Save.
3. Enter the name, and select OK >
Done.
When you enter a number, you can
select Options > Insert pause ('p') to
insert a pause code or Options > Insert
wait ('w') to insert a wait code.
See “Insert dialling codes”, p. 35, for
more information.
Save a number (only)
In standby mode, enter the phone
number you wish to save, and select
and hold Options.
Save a contact
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Names > Options >
Add new.
2. Enter the name, and select OK.
3. Enter the phone number, and select
OK.
Insert dialling codes
Insert special characters called dialling
codes into phone numbers such as
voice mail, and save the number to a
Speed dials location. Dialling codes
instruct the receiving system to pause,
wait, bypass, or accept the numbers
that follow them in the dialling string.
Automate voice mail with dialling
codes. For more information, see
“Automate voice mail”, p. 29.
Press * repeatedly to cycle through
dialling codes. When the desired code
is displayed, pause briefly, and the
code is inserted into the dialling string.
The following dialling codes are
available:
Dialling Indicates...
code
*
Bypasses a set of
instructions.
+
Causes the international
access code to be replaced
by +.
p
Pauses for 2.5 seconds
before sending any numbers
that follow.
w
Waits for you to press the
call key before sending the
numbers or codes that
follow.
Save multiple numbers
You can save different types of phone
numbers per contact. The first number
you save for any entry is automatically
set as the default, but the default
number can always be changed.
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1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Select the contact to which you
want to add a phone number.
3. Select Details > Options > Add
detail > Number > General,
Mobile, Home, Office, or Fax.
4. Enter the phone number, and select
OK.
If you want to change the number
type, highlight the number, and select
Details > Options > Change type >
General, Mobile, Home, Office, or Fax.
Save other details
To add an address or a note to an
existing contact, do the following:
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Scroll to the contact to which you
want to add an address or note.
3. Select Details > Options > Add
detail > E-mail address, Web
address, Postal address, or Note.
4. Enter the text for the note or
address, and select OK.
To associate an image or tone to an
existing contact, do the following:
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Scroll to the contact to which you
want to add an address or a note.
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3. Select Details > Options > Add
detail > Image to save an image
from the gallery or Tone to select
the default tone or a new tone
from the gallery.
Change default number
To change the default number for an
existing contact.
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Select the contact for which you
want to change the default number
and Details.
3. Highlight the new default number,
and select Options > Set as default.
Send business cards
You can send a business card to a
compatible phone or other handheld
device.
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Select the contact to which you
want send as a business card and
Details.
3. Select the number to use and
Options > Send bus. card > Via
multimedia, Via text message, or
Via Bluetooth.
4. Select Default number or All details
to send all the personal details that
have been defined.
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5. Enter the number for your
recipient, or select Search to
retrieve a number from your
contacts; select OK.
■ Edit contacts
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Highlight a contact, select Details.
3. Highlight the name, number, detail,
or image you wish to edit, and
select Options. The type of detail
you highlight determines your
selection of options. Choose one of
the following options:
View—View the phone number of
the contact.
Add detail > Name—Add a name to
the contact. This option appears
only if the contact does not have a
name.
Add detail > Number > General,
Mobile, Home, Office, or Fax—Add
a number to the contact.
Add detail > E-mail address, Web
address, Postal address, Note,
Image, or Tone—Add an additional
detail to the contact.
Edit name, Edit number, or Edit
detail—Edit the detail of the
contact.
Change image—Change the
selected image associated with the
contact.
Delete contact—Delete the entire
contact entry from your contacts.
Delete—Delete the detail from this
contact.
Send message—Create and send a
text message to the contact.
Use number—Display the phone
number, ready for use.
Set as default—Make the number
the default for the contact.
Change type > General, Mobile,
Home, Office, or Fax—Change the
number type.
Add voice tag—Add a voice tag to
the contact.
Save to gallery—Save the image to
your Gallery.
Send bus. card > Via text message,
Via Bluetooth, or Via multimedia—
Send the contact as a business card
to another phone.
Add to group—Add the contact to a
previously created call group.
Speed dials—Assign the contact to
your speed dials list.
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■ Modify contact
settings
Add a contact to a
caller group
In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Settings and the setting
you wish to change:
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
Scrolling view—Select Normal name
list, Name and number, Large name list,
or Name and image view.
3. Highlight a number, and select
Options > Add to group and the
existing caller group to which you
wish to add the number.
Memory status—View the amount of
phone memory used as well as the
amount of phone memory available.
■ Set up caller groups
You can add contacts to caller groups
that you create and assign a unique
ringing tone or graphic to each group.
This enables you to identify callers
from the group by their unique ringing
tone or graphic.
Create a caller group
You can create a new caller group and
store a list of contacts in the group.
In standby mode, select Contacts >
Groups > Options > Add new group;
enter the name of the new group, and
press OK.
2. Highlight a contact, select Details.
Modify a caller group
In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Groups > Options > Group
details and one of the following
options:
Group name—Rename the group to
your preference.
Group ringing tone—Set the ringing
tone for the group.
Group image—Turn the graphic for the
caller group on or off.
Group members—Add or remove
members from the caller group.
■ Set up voice tags
Before using voice tags, note the
following:
• Voice tags are not languagedependent. They are dependent on
the speaker's voice.
• You must say the name exactly as
you said it when you recorded it.
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• Voice tags are sensitive to
background noise. Record voice
tags, and use them in a quiet
environment.
• Very short names are not accepted.
Use long names, and avoid similar
names for different numbers.
Note: Using voice tags may be
difficult in a noisy
environment or during an
emergency, so you should not
rely solely upon voice dialling
in all circumstances.
Assign a voice tag
To use voice dialling, you must first
assign a voice tag to a number.
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
your list of contacts.
2. Highlight a contact, and select
Details.
3. Highlight the number you want to
assign a voice tag, and select
Options > Add voice tag.
4. Select Start, then speak clearly into
the microphone. Do not select Quit
unless you want to cancel the
recording.
5. After you finish speaking, the
phone automatically stops
recording, saves, and replays the
voice tag.
appears next to the phone numbers
which have voice tags assigned.
Use a voice tag
1. In standby mode, select and hold
Names.
2. When you hear several beeps and
Speak now appears, release the key.
3. Pronounce the voice tag clearly
into the microphone.
When the phone finds the voice
tag, a notification appears, and the
phone automatically dials the
number. If the phone does not
locate a number or recognise the
voice tag, No match found appears.
Play back a voice tag
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Voice tags.
2. Scroll to the voice tag you want to
play back, and select Playback.
Modify a voice tag
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Voice tags.
2. Scroll to the voice tag you want to
change, and select Change.
3. Select Start, and speak clearly into
the microphone. The phone repeats
your voice tag, and Voice tag
changed appears.
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Contacts
Delete a voice tag
Change speed dials numbers
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Voice tags.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Speed dials.
2. Scroll to the voice tag you want to
delete, and select Delete. Delete
voice tag? appears.
2. Scroll to the Speed dials entry you
wish to change, and select
Options > Change.
3. Select Yes to erase the voice tag.
3. Enter the new number, or select
Search to retrieve a number from
your contacts; select OK.
■ Set up speed dials
You can associate any entry in your
contacts with a key from 2 to 9; to dial
those entries, press and hold the
assigned key.
4. If necessary, enter the contact
name for the number, and select
OK to change the key assignment.
Delete speed dials numbers
Assign a key to speed dials
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Speed dials.
2. Scroll to any empty slot, and select
Assign.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Speed dials.
2. Scroll to the Speed dials location
you wish to delete.
3. Select Options > Delete > Yes to
delete the key assignment.
3. Enter the number (including the
area code), and select OK; or select
Search to retrieve a number from
your contacts.
■ Display phone
number
4. If necessary, enter the contact
name for the number, and select
OK.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > My number to display your
phone number.
If Speed dials is off, the phone displays
a prompt asking if you want to activate
Speed dials. Select Yes to activate
Speed dials.
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■ Delete contacts
Delete individual contacts
1. In standby mode, scroll down to
display your list of contacts.
2. Highlight a contact, and select
Options > Delete contact > Yes or
No.
Delete all contacts
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Contacts > Delete all contacts >
Yes.
2. Enter your lock code, and press OK.
See “Security”, p. 61 for more
information.
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Gallery
7. Gallery
You can save pictures, video clips,
recordings, music files, and ringing
tones to folders in the Gallery, and add
new folders to the ones already there.
To download images and tones, use
multimedia messaging, text
messaging, mobile Internet sites, or
Nokia PC Suite.
Your phone supports a digital rights
management system to protect
content that you have acquired. A
piece of content, such as a ringing
tone, can be protected and associated
with certain usage rules, for example,
the number of usage times or a certain
usage period. The rules are defined in
the content activation key that can be
delivered with the content or
separately, depending on the service
provider. You may be able to update
these activation keys. Always check
the delivery terms of any content and
activation key before acquiring them,
as they may be subject to a fee.
Copyright protection may prevent
some images, ringing tones, and other
content from being copied, modified,
transferred, or forwarded.
Your phone has about 12 MB of
memory for storing files in the Gallery.
This memory is not shared with other
functions, such as contacts. If the
phone displays a message that the
memory is full, delete some existing
files before proceeding.
■ Open a folder
In standby mode, select Menu >
Gallery to view the folder system.
The phone folder system includes:
Images—By default, received pictures
are saved to this folder.
Video clips—By default, received video
clips are saved to this folder.
Music files—By default, music files are
saved to this folder.
Themes—A set of themes included with
your phone are stored here.
Graphics—A set of graphics included
with your phone are stored here.
Tones—A set of ringing tones included
with your phone are stored here.
Recordings—By default, voice
recordings are saved to this folder.
Received files—Files sent directly to
your phone are stored here.
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Gallery
Your folders—Folders you create
appear after the preset folders.
To open a folder, highlight the folder,
and select Open. Once you open the
folder list and highlight a file, you can
access the file or the options
associated with that specific file type.
■ Gallery options
Activation key list—View the list of
available activation keys. You can
delete activation keys if desired.
Mark or Mark all—Allows you to mark
Gallery folders to be moved into
another folder. This function only
applies to folders you have created.
Other options appear depending on the
type of files that exist in the folders.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Gallery > Options and one of the
following:
Delete folder—Delete a folder you have
created. You cannot delete a preset
folder.
Move—Move the selected folder into
another folder. After selecting Move,
highlight another folder, and select
Move to. You cannot move a preset
folder.
Rename folder—Rename a folder you
have created. You cannot rename a
preset folder.
Details—Show the name, size, and date
of creation of the selected folder.
Type of view—Choose whether to view
the folders as a list with details, list
only or a grid.
Sort—Sort the contents of the selected
folder by name, date, format, or size.
Add folder—Create a new folder.
Memory status—Check the available
memory for the phone handset.
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Media
8. Media
■ Media player
■ Recorder
With Media player you can download,
view, and play compatible images,
audio and video files, and animated
images from a variety of sources.
Media player plays streaming videos
and streaming audio from a network
server. Streaming functionality is a
network service and requires network
support. Check the availability of these
services, pricing, and tariffs with your
network operator or the service
provider whose service you wish to use.
Service providers will also give you
instructions on how to use their
services.In standby mode, select
Menu > Media > Media player and one
of the following:
Voice recorder allows you to make a
short (up to 3 minutes) recording and
save it to the Recordings folder or
another folder in the Gallery.
The recorder cannot be used when a
data call is active.
Online media—Connects to the
operator’s network. This is a network
service. Check with your service
provider for pricing and information.
Open Gallery—Open the Gallery.
From the Gallery, you can play stored
audio and video files. See “Gallery”,
p. 42.
Go to address—Enter the address of a
mobile Internet service, and select OK.
FF/Rew interval—Choose the interval at
which a video clip will fast forward or
rewind.
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Record speech or sound
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Media > Recorder.
2. To start the recording, select the
red record virtual button.
3. Hold the phone in the normal
position near your ear, and record
your message.
4. When you are finished recording,
select the green stop virtual
button.
The recording is given a default name
and saved to the Recordings list.
The default location of the Recordings
list is the Recordings folder in the
Gallery.
After you have made a recording,
select Play last recorded to replay the
recording and Send last recorded > Via
Bluetooth, or Via multimedia to send
the recording to a compatible phone.
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Media
These options are only available during
the current recording session.
Recording list
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Media > Recorder > Recordings
list.
2. Navigate through the Recordings
folder, and select a recording you
want to modify.
3. Select Open to open and play the
recording, or select Options to use
the Gallery options.
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Settings
9. Settings
Use the Settings menu to change
profiles, display settings, themes, tone
settings, time and date settings, call
settings, phone settings, voice
commands, connectivity,
enhancements, security settings,
application settings, network settings,
network services, restore factory
settings, and view phone details.
■ Profiles
Profiles define how your phone reacts
when you receive a call or message,
how your keypad sounds when you
press a key, and more. Ringing options,
keypad tones, and other settings for
each of the available profiles can be
left at their default setting, or
personalised to suit your needs.
The following profiles are available:
Normal, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, and
two customisable profiles.
Profiles are also available for
enhancements such as a headset and
car kit. See “Enhancement settings”,
p. 59.
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Activate a profile
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Profiles > Normal, Silent,
Meeting, Outdoor, or custom profile >
Activate.
Personalise a profile
To modify a profile, in standby mode,
select Menu > Settings > Profiles >
Normal, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor,
Pager, or custom profile >
Personalise > and a profile option.
You cannot rename the Normal profile.
To personalise profile tones, see
“Tones”, p. 48.
Set a timed profile
Timed profiles can be used to prevent
missed calls. For example, suppose you
attend an event that requires your
phone be set to Silent before the event
starts, but you forget to return it to
Normal until long after the event.
A timed profile can prevent missed
calls by returning your phone to the
default profile at a time you specify.
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To set a timed profile, do the following:
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Profiles > Normal,
Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, or
custom profile > Timed.
2. Enter the time for the profile to
expire, and select OK.
Timed profiles can be set up to 24
hours in advance.
■ Display
Your phone has two displays: a main
display inside the cover and a mini
display outside the cover.
Power saver
When this feature is enabled, the
display shows only a simplified display
after a time-out period. In standby
mode, select Menu > Settings > Main
display or Mini display > Power saver >
On or Off
Standby mode settings
You can choose settings for the display
of the standby screen on the main
display.
Wallpaper
You can set either an Image or a Slide
set as wallpaper for the phone display.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Main display > Standby
mode settings > Wallpaper and one of
the following:
On—Activate wallpaper on your phone.
Off—Deactivate wallpaper on your
phone.
Image—Choose an image from the
Gallery for wallpaper. Select Open to
browse the Images folder. Select the
image of your choice for the wallpaper.
Font colour
To set font colour of your phone when
in standby mode, in standby mode,
select Menu > Settings > Main
display > Standby mode settings >
Standby mode font colour. Scroll to
select a colour from the colour grid.
Screen saver
You can choose a screen saver for the
main display. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Display > Main
display > Screen saver and one of the
following:
On—Activate screen saver on your
phone.
Off—Deactivate screen saver on your
phone.
Screen savers > Image, Video Clip, or
Digital clock—Choose an image, video
clip or other option to act as your
screen saver.
Time-out—Modify the idle time before
the screen saver activates.
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Note: Power saver is
automatically activated after
the time-out of the screen
saver to optimise battery life.
Banner
If your wireless service provider or
network operator supports this feature,
you can choose whether the display
shows the operator logo or a custom
banner, when the phone is in standby
mode. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Display > Main display >
Banner > Default or Personalise.
Sleep mode
Sleep mode is a power-saving feature
that turns the phone display off during
inactivity. You can activate the sleep
mode feature on your phone. In
standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Main display or Mini
display > Sleep mode > On or Off.
When Sleep mode is activated the
display is completely blank. A blinking
LED indicator shows that the phone is
still on.
Backlight time-out
You can control the time-out of the
backlight on your phone. In standby
mode, select Menu > Settings >
Display > Main display > Backlight
time-out.
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■ Themes
Themes allows you to personalise the
ringtone, screensaver and background
on your phone.In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Themes > Select
theme and a theme of your choice.
■ Tones
You can adjust the ringing volume,
keypad tones, and more for the active
profile. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Tones and one of
the following:
Incoming call alert—Select how your
phone will alert you when there is an
incoming call: Ringing, Ascending,
Ring once, Beep once, Off.
Ringing tone—Select Open Gallery >
Tones to select the ringing tone for
incoming calls.
Incoming call video > Off or Incoming
call video—Select a video clip to be
displayed when you receive an
incoming call.
Ringing volume—Use the left and right
scroll keys to set the volume of your
ringing tone.
Vibrating alert—Activate the vibrating
call alert. Select On to activate the
vibrating alert.
Message alert tone—Select the alert
tone for incoming messages: Off,
Standard, Special, Beep once, Long &
loud, Ringing tone.
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Keypad tones—Scroll to set the volume
of your keypad tones (or turn them off).
include Daylight savings time, so add
or subtract accordingly.
Warning tones—Turn warning and
confirmation tones on or off
Change the format
Alert for—Set the phone to alert only
when a member of a selected caller
group calls. See “Set up caller groups”,
p. 38 for more information.
■ Time and date
Clock
Show or hide the clock
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Clock >
Show clock or Hide clock.
Set the time
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Clock >
Set the time.
2. Enter the time (in hh:mm format),
and select OK.
3. Select am or pm (this option is
displayed only when 12-hour
format is in use).
Change the time zone
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Clock >
Time zone and your time zone based on
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), plus or
minus hours in your time zone.
For example, GMT-8 is US Pacific time
in Los Angeles, CA. GMT does not
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Clock >
Time format > 24-hour or 12-hour.
Date
Show or hide the date
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Date >
Show date or Hide date.
Set the date
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Date > Set
the date, enter the date, and select OK.
Change the format
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Date >
Date format and the format of your
choice.
2. With Date displayed, select Date
separator and the separator of your
choice.
Auto-update of date
and time
Auto-update is a network service.
See “Network services”, p. viii, for more
information.
If your wireless service provider or
network operator supports this feature,
you can allow the digital network to
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set the clock, which is useful when you
are out of your home area (for
example, when you have traveled to
another network or time zone).
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Time and date > Autoupdate of date & time > On, Confirm
first, or Off.
If you use the Auto-update of date &
time option while outside your digital
network, you may be prompted to
enter the time manually. Network time
will replace the time and date when
you reenter your digital network.
You may may be prompted to enter the
time manually, if the battery is
removed or discharged while you are
outside the digital network and the
battery is installed or recharged while
you are still outside of the digital
network.
■ Call
Anykey answer
When Anykey answer is on, briefly
press any key except the right selection
or end key to answer a call. In standby
mode, select Menu > Settings > Call >
Anykey answer > On or Off.
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Automatic redial
Occasionally, your network may
experience heavy traffic, resulting in a
fast busy signal when you dial. With
automatic redial activated, your phone
redials the number, and notifies you
once the network is available.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Automatic redial >
On or Off.
Speed dials
To activate or deactivate Speed dials,
in standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Speed dials > On or
Off. For more information on Speed
dials, see “Set up speed dials”, p. 40.
Answer when fold is opened
Set your phone to answer a call when
you open the slide. If the setting is off,
you must press the call key after you
open the slide.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Answer when fold is
opened > On or Off.
Automatic update of service
If supported by your wireless service
provider or network operator, this
feature allows you to set your phone to
automatically receive updates from
your network that may improve service
and coverage.
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In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Automatic update of
service > On or Off.
Calling cards
If you use a calling card for long
distance calls, save the calling card
number in your phone. The phone can
store up to four calling cards. Contact
your calling card company for more
information.
Save information
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Calling card.
2. Enter your security code, and select
OK. See “Security”, p. 61.
3. Scroll to the calling card of your
choice, and select Options > Edit >
Select > Dialling Sequence.
4. Select one of the following
sequence types:
Access no.+phone no.+card no.—
Dial the access number for the
calling card, the phone number,
then enter the card number (plus
PIN if required).
Access no.+card no.+phone no.—
Dial the access number for the
calling card, card number (plus PIN
if required), then enter the phone
number.
Prefix+phone no.+card no.—Dial
the prefix (numbers that must
precede the phone number) and
phone number, then enter the card
number (plus PIN if required).
5. Enter the required information
(access number or prefix and card
number), and select OK to confirm
your entries.
6. Select Card name > enter the card
name > OK.
Select a calling card
You can select one of the calling cards
for which you have saved information.
The selected card information is used
when you make a card call.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Calling card.
2. Enter your security code, and select
OK. See “Security”, p. 61.
3. Scroll to the calling card of your
choice, and select it.
Make card calls
After you have selected a calling card,
make a card call.
1. Enter the phone number, including
any prefix (such as 0 or 1) that your
calling card may require when you
make a calling card call. See your
calling card for instructions.
2. Press and hold the send key for a
few seconds until Card call is
displayed.
3. Follow the instructions on the
screen.
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4. When you hear the tone or system
message, select OK.
Data and fax calls
International prefix
Data/fax calls.
If supported by your service provider,
you can store an international prefix
into your phone. When you enter + at
the beginning of a phone number, your
phone automatically inserts the
international prefix that you have
stored.
Store an international prefix
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > International
prefix.
2. Enter the international prefix (for
example, 011), and select OK.
Use the international prefix
In standby mode, enter + and the
phone number you want to call, for
example, +33934546789.
The phone dials the international
prefix you have stored in your phone
and the phone number you have
entered. In the example, the phone
dials 011.33.9.3454.6789.
Receive data or fax calls
If your wireless service provider or
network operator supports this feature,
you can set up the phone to send or
receive data or fax calls when a
terminal, such as a PDA or PC, is
connected. See “Network services”,
p. viii, for more information.
For better performance during data
calls, place the phone on a stationary
surface. Do not move the phone by
holding it in your hand during a data
call.
For more information on connectivity,
refer to the PC/PDA Connectivity
Guide. The PC/PDA Connectivity Guide
can be downloaded from the Nokia
website at www.nokia-asia.com.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Data/fax calls >
Incoming data/fax call and view
the following options:
Normal—The phone receives
incoming calls as usual.
Data calls only—The phone receives
only data calls.
Fax calls only—The phone receives
only fax calls.
2. Select Data calls only or Fax calls
only.
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3. When you are finished receiving
the fax or data call, repeat steps 1
and 2, and select Normal.
■ Phone
View data transfer
You can view the transmission speed
when sending or receiving data or fax
calls. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Data/fax calls > Data
rate display > Graphic or Off.
Phone language allows you set the
language of the display text seen on
the phone. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Phone > Phone
language and the language of your
choice.
Call summary
Memory status
Your phone can display the time spent
on a call when you hang up. In standby
mode, select Menu > Settings > Call >
Call summary > On or Off.
You can view the memory usage of
your phone. Some or all of the
following options are available on your
phone. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Phone > Memory
status and one of the following
possible options.
Show call time on display
Your phone can display the call time
during the phone call. In standby
mode, select Menu > Settings > Call >
Show call time on display > On or Off.
Ringing tone for no caller ID
You can select a different ringing tone
for calls received with no caller ID. In
standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Call > Ringing tone for no
caller ID > On or Off. See “Personalise a
profile”, p. 46 for more information on
selecting a ringing tone.
Language settings
Free mem.—Shows the amount of
phone memory available for file
storage.
Gallery—Shows the amount of phone
memory currently used for Gallery.
Applications—Shows the amount of
phone memory currently used for
Applications.
Automatic keyguard
Automatic keyguard allows you to
automatically lock your phone after a
defined time. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Phone > Automatic
keyguard > On or Off.
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Navigation key
If supported by your wireless service
provider or network operator, you can
set the features that are activated
when you press the scroll key.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Phone > Navigation key.
2. Highlight the scroll up, scroll down,
scroll right, or scroll left arrow;
select Change.
Fixed—Use to send tones of the
duration you specify in the DTMF tone
length option.
Off—Use to turn off tones. No tones are
sent when you press a key.
Set length
You can specify DTMF tone length
when using the Fixed option.
3. Select a function to assign to the
action.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Phone > DTMF tones >
DTMF tone length > Short (0.1
seconds) or Long (0.5 seconds).
DTMF tones
Start-up tone
DTMF tones are the tones that sound
when you press the keys on your phone
keypad. You can use DTMF tones for
many automated dial-up services such
as banking and airlines or for entering
your voice mailbox number and
password.
If the Start-up tone is activated, the
tone sounds when you turn on your
phone. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Phone > Start-up
tone > On or Off.
DTMF tones are sent during an active
call. You can send them manually from
your phone keypad, or send them
automatically by saving them in your
phone.
Your phone displays brief descriptions
for most menu items. When you arrive
at a feature or menu, pause for about
15 seconds and wait for the help text
to display. Scroll to page through the
full help text, if necessary.
Set type
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Phone > DTMF tones >
Manual DTMF tones and one of the
following:
Continuous—The tone sounds for as
long as you press and hold a key.
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Help text activation
The default setting for help text is on.
However, you can turn help text on or
off.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Phone > Help text
activation > On or Off.
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■ Voice commands
You can set up to five Voice commands,
which allow hands-free operation of
certain phone features.
Add a voice tag
Before using Voice commands, you
must first add a voice tag to the phone
function.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Voice commands.
2. Select a function option you wish
to tag, and select Add.
3. Select Start, and speak the voice
tag clearly into the microphone.
Do not select Quit unless you want to
cancel the recording.
The phone replays then saves the
recorded tag.
appears next to the
function option for which you add a
voice tag.
Activate a voice command
After you have associated a voice
command tag with a phone function,
you can issue a command by speaking
the voice command tag.
1. In standby mode, select and hold
Names.
2. When Speak now appears,
pronounce the voice tag clearly
into the microphone.
When the phone finds the voice
command tag, Found: appears, and the
phone plays the recognised voice
command tag through the earpiece.
The function you requested is
activated.
Voice command options
You can modify voice command tags.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Voice commands, highlight
the voice command tag, and select one
of the following options:
Playback—Listen to the voice
command tag.
Options > Change—Change the voice
command tag.
Options > Delete—Erase the voice
command tag.
■ Connectivity
You can also connect the phone to a
compatible PC using a USB data cable;
and use the phone as a modem to
enable connectivity from the PC.
Remember to make back-up copies of
important data.
For more information, see the Nokia PC
Suite online help. Nokia PC Suite and
all related software can be
downloaded from the U.S. Mobile
Phone products section of www.nokiaasia.com/pcsuite.
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Important: only install and
use applications and other
software from sources that
offer adequate security and
protection against harmful
software.
and reduces the operating time of the
phone.
This device is compliant with
Bluetooth Specification 1.2 and
supports the following profiles:
• Object push profile (OPP)
Bluetooth connectivity
• File transfer profile (FTP)
Bluetooth technology connectivity
enables cost-free wireless connections
between electronic devices and can be
used to send and receive images, texts,
gallery files, voice recordings, video
clips, notes, business cards, and
calendar notes. It can also be used to
connect wirelessly to products that use
Bluetooth wireless technology, such as
computers. You can synchronise your
phone and your PC using Bluetooth
connectivity.
• Dial-up networking profile (DUN)
Since devices with Bluetooth
connectivity communicate using radio
waves, your phone and the other
device do not need to be in direct
line-of-sight.
The two devices only need to be within
a maximum of 30 feet (10 meters) of
each other. The connection can be
subject to interference from
obstructions such as walls or other
electronic devices.
The Bluetooth wireless technology
application whether used actively or in
the background, consumes the battery
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• Generic object exchange profile
(GOEP)
• Headset profile (HSP)
• Hands-free profile (HFP)
• Generic access profile (GAP)
• Service Discovery Protocol (SDP)
• Serial port profile (SPP)
To ensure interoperability between
other devices supporting Bluetooth
technology, use only enhancements
approved by Nokia for this model.
Check with the manufacturers of other
devices to determine their
compatibility with this device.
There may be restrictions on using
Bluetooth technology in some
locations. Check with your local
authorities or service provider. If you
want more information on this
function, visit the Bluetooth
Technology organisation website:
https://www.bluetooth.org/.
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Pairing
You can set up a permanent
association (pairing) between your
phone and another device with
Bluetooth technology. Some devices
may require pairing before data
transfer can take place.
To pair with a device, you and the
owner of the other device must agree
on a pass code of 1–16 numeric
characters. The first time you try to
connect the devices, you must each
enter the same pass code. Once the
devices are paired, you will not need to
use the pass code again, so there is no
need to remember it.
Paired devices are placed in your
paired device list. You can view the list
even when Bluetooth connectivity is
not active or when the devices in the
list are not available for connection.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth >
Paired devices > Options and one of
the following:
Assign short name—Give a nickname to
the selected device (visible to you
only).
Auto-conn. without confirmation—
Select No, if you want the phone to
connect to the selected device
automatically or Yes, if you want the
phone to ask for your permission first.
Delete pairing—Delete the pairing to
the selected device.
Pair new device—Search for active
devices with Bluetooth technology
within range, scroll to the desired
device, and select Pair to establish
pairing with that device. Do not accept
Bluetooth connectivity from sources
you do not trust.
Bluetooth connectivity
settings
You can define how your phone is
shown to other devices with Bluetooth
connectivity. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Connectivity >
Bluetooth > Bluetooth settings and
one of the following:
My phone's visibility—Select Shown to
all to show the phone to all other
devices with Bluetooth connectivity or
Hidden to show the phone only to the
paired devices. Operating the phone in
hidden mode is a safer way to avoid
malicious software.
My phone's name—Change your phone
name that is seen by other users.
Set up a connection
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Connectivity >
Bluetooth > On. The active
Bluetooth technology connection
is indicated by
at the top of the
display.
2. Select Search for audio
enhancements to search for
compatible devices with Bluetooth
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connectivity. The list of found
devices appears in the display.
3. Select the desired device. If
required, enter the Bluetooth
connectivity pass code of the
device to complete the pairing.
4. If required, enter the Bluetooth
connectivity pass code of the
device to pair with the device.
Your phone connects to the device.
You can start data transfer.
To view the device you are connected
to, select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth > Active
device.
To deactivate Bluetooth connectivity,
select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Bluetooth > Off.
Deactivation of the Bluetooth
technology connection will not affect
other functions of the phone.
Send data
Instead of using the Connectivity
menu, you can use other phone menus
to send various types of data to other
devices with Bluetooth connectivity.
For example, you can send a video clip
from the Video clips folder of the
Gallery menu. See the appropriate
sections of the user guide for
information about sending different
types of data.
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Receive a data transfer
When a Bluetooth technology
connection is active in your phone, you
can receive notes, business cards, video
clips, and other types of data transfers
from another device with Bluetooth
connectivity. When you receive a data
transfer, an alarm sounds, and a
message appears in standby mode.
To view the transferred item
immediately from standby mode,
select Show. To view the item at a later
time, select Exit.
Depending on the nature of the item, it
is saved in the appropriate menu in
your phone. For example, a business
card would be saved in Contacts, and a
calendar note would be saved in
Calendar.
Data cable transfer
To transfer data from your phone to a
compatible PC or from a compatible PC
to your phone, use a CA-53 USB data
cable. To disconnect the cable from the
device, hold the connector, and remove
the cable.
Important: Disconnect the USB data
cable from the phone to make a call.
Enable default mode
connection
Connect to your PC in Default mode to
transfer phone data and files between
your phone and PC using PC Suite.
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1. Connect your PC and your phone
with a CA-53 USB data cable.
A notification is displayed that asks
which mode you want to select.
2. Select Accept > Default mode.
A notification is displayed stating
that a connection is active.
You can now use PC Suite to connect
to your phone.
Disable data storage
connection
1. To disable the USB data cable,
double-click the green arrow on
the task bar at the bottom of your
PC screen.
A window pops up that shows
Unplug or Eject Hardware.
2. Click on USB Device in the
Hardware devices window.
A popup window shows Stop a
Hardware device.
3. Highlight USB device, and click OK.
The Safe to Remove Hardware
popup window is displayed with
the following message “The ‘USB
Device’ device can now be safely
removed from the system”.
4. Click OK.
Data and fax transfer
You can make data and fax transfers
during a phone call. For more
information, see “Data and fax
transfer”, p. 59.
■ Enhancement
settings
The Enhancement settings menu
displays the hearing aid compliant
option by default, but shows other
options only if the phone is or has been
connected to a compatible
enhancement type.
Headset
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Enhancements > Headset
and one of the following:
Default profile—Choose the profile you
wish to be automatically activated
when a headset is connected.
Automatic answer—Calls are answered
automatically after one ring when a
headset is connected. Select On or Off.
Handsfree
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Enhancements > Handsfree
and one of the following:
Default profile—Choose the profile you
wish to be automatically activated
when a car kit is connected.
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Automatic answer—Calls are answered
automatically after one ring when a
car kit is connected. Select On or Off.
Lights—Choose to keep the phone
lights always on, or to shut off
automatically after several seconds.
Select On or Automatic.
Loopset
A LPS-4 Loopset accessory allows your
device to optimise sound quality when
coupled with a hearing aid that is set
to T-coil mode.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Enhancements > Loopset >
Use Loopset > Yes or No.
If the Loopset is connected and
recognised through the Pop-Port™
connector, the phone automatically
uses the Loopset.
TTY/TDD
Check with the manufacturer of the
TTY/TDD device for a connecting cable
that is compatible with your phone.
TTY/TDD communications depend on
network availability. Check with your
service provider for availability and
description of services.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Enhancements > TTY/TDD >
Use TTY > Yes or No.
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Charger
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Enhancements > Charger
and one of the following:
Default profile—Select the profile you
want to automatically activate when
your phone is connected to the
charger.
Lights— Select On or Automatic to
keep the phone lights always on or to
shut off automatically after several
seconds.
Hearing aid
To optimise sound quality, you can set
your phone to couple to a T-coilequipped hearing aid.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Enhancements > Hearing
aid > T-coil hearing aid mode.
Select On to activate the HAC.
Verify that the hearing aid is set to
T-coil mode, and hold the phone
against the ear.
Only activate the T-coil hearing aid
mode when using your device with a
hearing aid or it may impact the audio
performance of the device.
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■ Security
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
To access Security for the first time,
you must enter the preset lock code.
By default, the preset lock code is the
last four digits of your phone number.
Depending on your wireless service
provider or network operator, the
preset lock code may be a four digit
number such as 1234 or 0000. If none
of these work, contact your wireless
service provider or network operator
for help.
3. Select Phone lock and one of the
following:
Phone lock
The phone lock feature protects your
phone from unauthorised outgoing
calls or unauthorised access to
information stored in the phone.
When phone lock is activated,
Phone locked is displayed each time
you turn your phone on.
By default, the preset lock code is the
last four digits of your phone number.
Depending on your wireless service
provider or network operator, the
preset lock code may be a four-digit
number such as 1234 or 0000. If none
of these work, contact your wireless
service provider or network operator
for help.
When the device is locked, you can still
call the official emergency number
programmed into your phone.
Off—Immediately turns off the
phone lock feature.
Lock now—Immediately turns on
the phone lock feature.
On power-up—Turns on the phone
lock feature the next time you turn
the phone on.
If you select Lock now, you must enter
your lock code before the phone will
function normally. After the lock code
is accepted, your phone functions
normally.
Call not allowed appears if you attempt
to place a call while your phone is
locked.
To answer a call with phone lock on,
select Answer, or press the call key.
Allowed number when
phone locked
With phone lock on, the only outgoing
calls you can make are to the
emergency number programmed into
your phone (for example, 911) and the
numbers stored in the Allowed no.
when phone locked location.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Security.
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Security.
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3. Select Allowed no. if lock active >
Assign and one of the three slots.
4. Enter the phone number, or select
Search to retrieve the number from
the phone book; select OK.
To place a call to an allowed number
when the phone is locked, enter the
allowed number and press the call key.
Change lock code
When changing the lock code, avoid
using codes similar to emergency
numbers such as 911 to prevent
accidental dialling of an emergency
number.
If you enter an incorrect lock code five
times in a row, your phone may ask you
for the security code. By default, the
security code is the five-digit number,
12345.
Note: If you enter the wrong
lock code five times in
succession, your phone will
not accept your current lock
code for 5 minutes. This
occurs even if when you
power down the phone
between incorrect attempts.
To change the phone lock code, do the
following:
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Security.
2. Enter the current lock code, and
select OK.
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3. Select Change lock code.
4. Enter the new lock code (only 4
characters), and select OK.
5. Enter the new lock code again for
verification, and select OK.
When you change your lock code,
make sure to remember it. If necessary,
write it down and store it in a safe
place away from your phone.
Avoid entering a lock code similar to
emergency numbers to prevent
accidental emergency calls.
Call restrictions
Call restrictions allows you to block or
permit numbers for incoming or
outgoing calls.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Security.
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
3. Select Call restrictions and the type
of calls you wish to restrict:
Restrict outgoing calls—Set
restrictions on making calls.
Restrict incoming calls—Set
restrictions on receiving calls.
4. Select whether to block or allow
numbers:
Blocked numbers—Set numbers
that are blocked on incoming calls,
allowing all other numbers. When a
number is blocked, the call is sent
to voice mail.
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Allowed numbers—Set numbers
that are allowed, blocking all other
numbers.
5. To modify the restriction list, select
from the following options:
Select—Add numbers to the
restriction list.
Add restriction—Add a restriction
to a number (unavailable if
memory is full).
Edit—Edit a restriction on a
number.
Delete—Delete a number from
restriction list.
When calls are restricted, calls may be
possible to the official emergency
number programmed into your device.
Voice privacy
Voice privacy is a network service, and
its function depends on a variety of
services. Contact your service provider
for more information.
If your wireless service provider or
network operator supports this feature,
the voice privacy feature protects the
privacy of your current phone
conversation from other callers placing
phone calls on your same network.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Security.
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
■ Application settings
The Application settings menu changes
game and application settings.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Application settings and
one of the following:
Application tones > On or Off—Play
sounds during an application.
Application lights > App. defined or
Default—Play lights during an
application.
Application vibration > On or Off—
Vibrate phone during an application.
■ Network
The menu options you see in your
phone are based on your service
provider’s network. The network
determines which options actually
appear in the phone menu. Check with
your service provider for more
information.
The Network menu personalises the
way your phone chooses a network in
which to operate while you are within
or outside of your primary or home
system. Your phone is set to search for
the most cost-effective network.
If your phone cannot find a preferred
network, it selects a network
automatically based on the option you
choose in the Network menu.
3. Select Voice privacy > On or Off.
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Roaming options
If supported by your wireless service
provider or network operator, you can
select which roaming option you wish
to use. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Network > Roaming options
and one of the following.
Home only—You can make and receive
calls in your home area only.
Automatic—The phone automatically
searches for service in another digital
network. If one is not found, the phone
uses analog service. The roaming rate
applies when not in the home service
area.
Automatic A—The phone automatically
searches for service in another digital
network. The roaming rate applies
when not in the home service area.
Automatic B—The phone automatically
searches for service in another digital
network. If one is not found, the phone
uses analog service. The roaming rate
applies when not in the home service
area.
Mode
If supported by your wireless service
provider or network operator, you can
choose whether your phone will use
digital or analog service. In standby
mode, select Menu > Settings >
Network > Mode and one of the
following.
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Digital preferred—You prefer to make
calls on a digital network, but will find
another network, if necessary.
Analog only—You can make and
receive calls on an analog network
only.
Analog per call—You can select an
analog network on a call to call basis.
IS-95 per call—You can select an IS-95
network on a call to call basis.
Digital only—You can make and receive
calls on a digital network only.
■ Network services
The following features are network
services. See also “Network services”,
p. viii.
Store a feature code
Network feature setting allows you to
activate network services in your
phone using feature codes received
from your service provider.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Network services >
Network feature setting.
2. Enter the feature code from your
service provider (for example, *900
for activating Divert if busy), and
select OK.
3. Select Call diverting.
4. Scroll to the type of diverting that
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entered (for example, Divert if
busy), select Activate.
The activated feature code is now
stored in your phone, and you are
returned to the Feature code: prompt.
Continue entering other feature codes
(for example, *900 to cancel Divert if
busy), or press the end key to return to
standby mode.
When you enter a network feature
code successfully the feature becomes
visible in the Network services menu.
Call diverting
Call diverting tells your network to
redirect incoming calls to another
number. Call diverting is a network
service and may not work the same in
all networks, so contact your wireless
provider for availability and
information.
Divert if out of reach—Divert
incoming calls when your phone is
off.
2. Select Activate.
3. Enter the number to which your
calls, data, or other information are
diverted, and select OK.
To cancel, in standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Network services >
Call diverting > Cancel all call
diverting.
Cancel all call diverting may affect
your ability to receive voice mail
messages. Contact your wireless
provider for specific details.
Call waiting
To activate, do the following:
Call If your wireless provider supports
this feature, call waiting notifies you
of an incoming call even while you are
in a call. You can accept, reject, or
ignore the incoming call.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Network services > Call
diverting and one of the following:
To activate, in standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Network services >
Call waiting > Activate.
Divert all calls—Divert all calls to
the number you specify.
During a call, select Answer or press
the call key to answer the waiting call.
The first call is put on hold. Press the
end key to end the active call.
Divert if busy—Divert incoming
calls when you are in a call.
Divert if not answered—Divert
incoming calls to another number
if you are unable to answer. You
can set a delay before diverting
takes place.
To cancel, in standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Network services >
Call waiting > Cancel.
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Send my caller ID
■ Phone details
If your wireless service provider or
network operator supports this feature,
you can prevent your number from
appearing on the receiving party’s
caller ID.
You can view the current details of
your phone. In standby mode, select
Menu > Settings > Phone details and
one of the following options:
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Network services > Send my
caller ID > Yes or No.
My number selection
In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Network services > My
number selection. This feature is carrier
dependent.
■ Restore factory
settings
You can reset some of the menu
settings to their original values.
Data that you have entered or
downloaded is not deleted (for
example, entries in your contacts list
are not affected).
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Settings > Restore factory sett.
2. Enter the lock code, and select OK.
Note: Depending on your
wireless service provider or
network operator, your device
may request the security code
(defaulted to 12345) instead
of the lock code.
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User details—Shows the phone’s
current number details.
Version details—Shows the hardware,
software and browser version
information for the phone.
System details—Shows the digital
network the phone is on.
Icon details—Shows the icons used.
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10. Organiser
Your phone contains features to help
organise your everyday life, including
an alarm clock, calendar, calculator,
countdown timer, and stopwatch.
Repeat alarm
■ Alarm clock
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock > Repeat
alarm > On.
Set an alarm
The alarm clock is based on the phone
clock. It sounds an alert any time you
specify and even works if the phone is
turned off.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock > Alarm
time.
2. Enter the time for the alarm in
hh:mm format, and select OK.
3. Select am or pm if 12-hour clock
format is on.
Alarm on appears briefly in the display,
and
appears in standby mode.
If you need to reset the alarm select
Menu > Organiser > Alarm clock >
Alarm time > On from standby mode.
To turn off the alarm, select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock > Alarm
time > Off from standby mode.
You can set the alarm to repeat every
day or only on certain days of the
week.
2. Check the day or days of the week
you wish to repeat the alarm, and
select Mark. Select Unmark to
remove a day.
3. Select Done when you have added
all desired days.
If you need to revise the days for a
repeated alarm, select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock > Repeat
alarm > Repetition days from standby
mode.
If you need to stop a repeated alarm,
select Menu > Organiser > Alarm
clock > Repeat alarm > Off in standby
mode.
Set the alarm tone
You can set which tone is played when
the alarm sounds.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock > Alarm tone
and one of the following:
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Standard—Select the default alarm.
■ Calendar
Open Gallery—Select a tone from the
Gallery as the alarm.
The calendar keeps track of reminders,
calls you need to make, meetings,
memo, and birthdays. It can even
sound an alarm for any of these events.
Set the snooze time-out
You can set the Snooze time-out for
the alarm.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Alarm clock > Snooze
time-out and choose a snooze time.
When the alarm sounds, your phone
beeps, vibrates (if vibrate alert is on in
the currently active profile), and lights
up.
With the phone on, select Stop to shut
the alarm off or Snooze. If you select
Snooze, the alarm stops for 10
minutes.
If you do not press a key, the alarm
stops (snoozes) for the Snooze timeout, then sounds again.
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 select Stop, the
device asks whether you want to
activate the phone for calls. Select No
to switch off the device or Yes to make
and receive calls. Do not select Yes
when wireless phone use may cause
interference or danger.
The default monthly view provides an
overview of the selected month and
weeks. You can also jump to a specific
date. Any days or dates that appear in
bold font contain calendar notes such
as a meeting or reminder. A short
summary of notes for the day appear at
the bottom of the screen.
Open calendar
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
Scroll to move the cursor in the
calendar view.
Calendar options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar > Options and
one of the following:
Week view—View your calendar by
weeks. To return to month view select
Back, while in the Week view.
Make a note—Create a note on the
selected date.
Go to date—Jump to a specific date.
Enter the date (for example, 15/07/
2005), and select OK.
Go to today—Jump to the current date.
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Settings—Modify the calendar
settings.
Go to to-do list—Go directly to your todo list.
Delete all notes—Delete all calendar
notes. This option appears only if a
calendar note has been created.
Make a calendar note
You can make a calendar note for a
specific date. You can choose from five
types of notes. Your phone asks for
further information depending on
which note you select. You can also set
an alarm for your note.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
2. Highlight the date for which you
want to make a note. Scroll or
select Options > Go to date.
3. Select Options > Make a note and
one of the following
Meeting—Enter the subject, and
select Save. Enter a location, and
select Save. Enter a start and end
time. Choose an alarm option.
Call—Enter the phone number, and
select Save. Enter a name, and
select Save. Enter a time. Choose
an alarm option. You can also
select Options > Search to search
your contacts.
Birthday—Enter the person’s name,
and select Save. Enter the year of
birth. Choose an alarm option.
Memo—Enter the subject, and
select Save. Enter a start and end
date. Choose an alarm option.
Reminder—Enter the reminder, and
select Save. Choose an alarm
option.
View calendar notes (day
view)
You can view the calendar notes for a
day.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
2. Scroll to the date you want to view
or select Options > Go to date. Days
with notes appear in bold type.
3. Select View to see the list of notes
for that day.
To view a specific note, highlight the
note, and select View again. If there
are no notes for that date, select Add
note to create a new calendar note.
Options while viewing a day
When viewing the list of notes for a
day, you can highlight a note, select
Options and one of the following:
Make a note—Create a new note for
the selected date.
Delete—Delete the note.
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Edit—Edit the note.
Use detail—Use a detail contained in
the note.
Move—Move the note to another date
on your calendar.
Repeat—Enable the note to recur on a
regular basis (daily, weekly, biweekly,
monthly, and yearly). Repeat is not
available for Birthday note.
Go to date—Jump to another date on
your calendar.
Go to today—Return to the current
date.
Send note > Send as message, Via
calendar, or Via Bluetooth—Send a
calendar note in calendar format
(vCal), in a text message, in a
multimedia message, or directly to
another device.
Select Show to view the calendar note.
Select Save to save the note to your
calendar or Options > Discard to
discard the note.
Modify calendar settings
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar > Options >
Settings and one of the following:
Set the date—Enter the current date,
and select OK.
Set the time—Enter the current time,
and select OK.
Time zone—Select your current time
zone.
Date format—Select your preferred
date format.
Date separator—Select your preferred
date separator.
Copy—Copy the note. You can paste
the note to another date.
Time format—Select your preferred
time format.
Settings—Modify the calendar
settings.
Default view—Select a monthly or
weekly view.
Go to to-do list—Go directly to your todo list.
Week starts—Select the day the week
starts.
Receive a note in calendar
format (vCal)
When you receive a calendar note in
calendar-to-calendar format (vCal),
your phone displays Calendar note
received.
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Auto-delete notes—Select when to
delete past notes.
■ Notes
You can write text notes with the
Notes. You can also send notes using
text messaging or Bluetooth
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Open notes
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Notes. You see your
current list of notes.
If there are no notes, select Add to
create your first note. If there are
existing notes, highlight a note, and
select View.
Make a note
Initial note
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Notes > Add. Create your
note, and select Save.
Additional notes
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Notes > Options > Make a
note. Create your note, select any note
options, and select Save.
Create note options
When you create a note, the following
options are available:
Insert time & date—Adds the time and
date to your note.
Close—Returns you to the notes list.
Insert smiley—Inserts a smiley into
your message.
Insert word or Edit word—Enter or edit
the text of a new word that might not
appear in the predictive text
dictionary. Option only appears when
predictive text is on.
Insert symbol—Inserts a special
character into your message. Option
only appears when predictive text is
on.
Writing language—Choose the
language you want to use.
Prediction on or Prediction off—Turn
predictive text on or off.
Matches—View matches found in the
predictive text dictionary for the word
you want to use. This displays only
when predictive text is on.
Send a note
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Notes.
2. Highlight the note you wish to
send, and select Options > Send
note > Send as message, or Via
Bluetooth to send the note in a text
message, in a multimedia message,
or directly to another device.
Notes options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Notes > Options and one
of the following:
Make a note—Create a new note.
Delete—Delete the note you selected.
Edit—Edit the note you selected.
Use detail—Use a detail contained in
the note.
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Send note > Send as message, or Via
Bluetooth—Send a note in a text
message, in a multimedia message, or
directly to another device.
Delete all notes—Delete all notes.
The note options appear only when you
have created one or more notes.
■ To-do list
Use the To-do list feature to keep track
of your tasks. You can save a task or
errand as a to-do list note, select a
priority level for the to-do list note,
and mark it as done when you have
completed it. You can sort the to-do
list notes by priority or by date.
Open to-do list
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list. You see your
current to-do list.
If there are no to-do tasks, select Add
to create your first to-do list note. If
there are existing to-do list notes,
highlight a to-do list note, and select
View.
Make a to-do list note
Additional to-do list notes
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list > Options >
Add. Enter the subject, and select
Save > High, Medium, or Low.
Create to-do list note options
When you create a to-do list note, the
following options are available:
Insert smiley—Insert a smiley into your
message.
Insert word or Edit word—Enter or edit
the text of a new word that might not
appear in the predictive text
dictionary. This displays only when
predictive text is on.
Insert symbol—Insert a special
character into your message. This
displays only when predictive text is
on.
Writing language—Choose the
language you want to use.
Prediction on or Prediction off—Turn
predictive text on or off.
Matches—View matches found in the
predictive text dictionary for the word
you want to use. This displays only
when predictive text is on.
Initial to-do list note
Edit to-do list notes
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list > Add. Enter the
subject, and select Save > High,
Medium, or Low.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list > View > Edit.
Edit the subject, select Save.
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View to-do list notes
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list > View >
Options, and one of the following
choices:
Deadline—Change the deadline of the
to-do list note.
message, or directly to another
device.
To-do list options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list > Options and
one of the following:
Mark note as done or Mark as not
done—Indicate whether the to-do list
note is completed or not.
Add—Create a new to-do list note.
Delete—Delete the to-do list note.
Use detail—Use a detail contained in
the note.
Mark note as done or Mark as not
done—Indicate whether the to-do list
note is completed or not.
Edit priority—Change the priority to
High, Medium, or Low.
Use detail—Use a detail contained in
the note.
Send > Send as message, Via calendar,
or Via Bluetooth—Send the to-do list
note.
Sort by deadline or Sort by priority—
Sort the to-do list by either date or
priority.
Go to calendar—Leave the to-do list,
and go to the calendar.
Send > Send as message, Via calendar,
or Via Bluetooth—Send the to-do list
note in calendar format (vCal), in a text
message, in a multimedia message, or
directly to another device.
Save to calendar—Save the to-do list
note to your calendar.
Send a to-do list note
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > To-do list.
2. Highlight the note you wish to
send, and select Options > Send >
Send as message, Via calendar, or
Via Bluetooth to send the to-do list
note in calendar format (vCal), in a
text message, in a multimedia
Delete—Delete the to-do list note you
selected.
Go to calendar—Leave the to-do list,
and go to the calendar.
Save to calendar—Save the to-do list
note you selected to your calendar.
Delete done notes—Delete the to-do
list note you selected from your
calendar.
Delete all notes—Delete all the to-do
list notes.
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The to-do list options appear only
when you have created one or more
notes.
To perform a square or square root
calculation, select Options > Square or
Square root.
■ Calculator
Currency converter
The calculator in your phone adds,
subtracts, multiplies, divides,
calculates the square and the square
root, changes the sign of the number
entered, and converts currency values.
You can convert foreign currency to
domestic, or vice versa, directly from
standby mode or from the Calculator
menu.
Note: This calculator has a
limited accuracy and is
designed for simple
calculations.
Use calculator
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calculator.
2. Enter the first number in the
calculation.
Press # for a decimal point if
necessary.
Press the scroll key up or down to
change the sign of your number or
value.
Press * to cycle through the add (+),
subtract (-), multiply (*), and divide
(/) characters. Pause briefly to
select the displayed character.
3. Enter the second number in your
calculation.
4. Select Equals.
Note: When you change base
currency, you must enter the
new rates because all
previously set exchange rates
are set to zero.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Calculator > Options >
Exchange rate > Foreign units in
home units or Home units in foreign
units.
Foreign units in home—The number
of home units it takes to make one
unit of foreign currency.
Home units in foreign—The number
of foreign units it takes to make
one unit of your home currency.
2. Enter the exchange rate (press # to
insert a decimal), and select OK.
3. Select Back to return to the
Calculator screen, and enter the
currency amount to convert.
4. Select Options > To home or To
foreign.
To home—Converts foreign
currency to domestic currency.
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To foreign—Converts domestic
currency to foreign currency.
5. If you have not already entered an
exchange rate, the device prompts
you to enter it. Select OK. You can
edit the exchange rate at any time.
■ Timers
Your device contains two event timers:
a normal timer that counts down a set
interval, and an interval timer that
counts up set intervals.
The timers only work when the phone
is on. Once you turn off your phone,
the timers are no longer active.
When the time runs out, your phone
sounds an alarm, vibrates, and flashes
its lights. If you are in standby mode,
select Restart or Exit. If you are not in
standby mode, press any key during the
alarm to stop the timer.
After 60 seconds the timer alert
expires automatically. Select Exit or
press the end key to clear the timer
note.
Change the timer
After you have set a timer, you can
change the time.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Timer > Change time.
2. Enter the new time, and select OK.
Normal timer
This countdown timer enables you to
enter a specific duration (up to 99
hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds).
When the time runs out, your device
sounds an alarm.
Set the normal timer
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Timer > Normal timer.
2. Enter the time (in hh:mm:ss
format), and select OK.
3. Enter a note for the timer, and
select Start.
and the timer (in hh:mm:ss
format) appear in standby mode when
the countdown timer is running.
3. Leave the note as it was, or enter a
new note, and select Start.
Stop the timer before the
alarm sounds
After you have set the timer, you can
stop the timer.
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Timer > Stop timer.
Interval timer
The interval timer in your device allows
you to store multiple interval timers.
You can define and store up to 10
timing periods for each interval timer.
Once at least one interval timer is set
and stored, you can select the interval
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timer and one of the stored intervals
for that timer. When the selected
interval expires, your phone sounds an
alarm, vibrates, and flashes its lights.
Set an interval timer
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Timer > Interval timer.
2. Select Add new timer. This option
only appears if you have already
created an interval timer.
3. Enter a name for the timer and
select Save.
4. Enter a name for the first timer
period, and select Save.
5. Enter the desired time interval, and
select OK.
6. Select an existing stored period
and Edit period, Add period, Delete
period, or Start timer.
Use an interval timer
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Timer > Interval timer.
2. Select Start timer, View timer, Edit
timer, Add new timer, or Delete
timer. These options only appear if
you have already created an
interval timer.
■ Stopwatch
Your phone has a stopwatch that can
be used to track time. The stopwatch
displays time in hours, minutes,
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seconds, and fractions of a second in
hh:mm:ss.ss format.
Using the stopwatch or allowing it to
run in the background when using
other features increases the demand
on battery power and reduces the
battery life.
Measure split or lap time
Use the split time or lap time functions
for activities where you need to pace
yourself.
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Stopwatch > Split
timing or Lap timing > Start.
Split timing—Use the split time
function for such activities as a
long distance race when you need
to pace yourself. Select Split to
note the lapsed time. The timer
continues to run and the split time
appears below the running time.
Each time you select Split, the new
measured time appears at the
beginning of the list. The maximum
number of splits is 20.
Lap timing—Use the lap time
function when you want to track
how long it takes to complete each
cycle or lap. Select Lap to note the
lap time. The clock stops, then
immediately restarts from zero. The
lap time appears below the running
time. Each time you select Lap, the
new measured time appears at the
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beginning of the list. The maximum
number of laps is 20.
2. Select Stop to end timing and
display total time.
Save a time
To save a time while the clock is
running, select Stop > Save, enter a
name for the measurement, and select
OK. If you do not enter a name, the
total time is used as the default title
for the lap or split time.
Operation note
If you press the end key and return to
standby mode, the clock continues to
run in the background, and
appears at the top of the screen.
To return to the Stopwatch screen, do
the following:
1. In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Stopwatch >
Continue.
2. To stop the clock, select Stop.
Stopwatch options
In standby mode, select Menu >
Organiser > Stopwatch and one of the
following:
Continue—Continues to measure time.
Only appears if clock is running and
you are returning to stopwatch screen.
Show last time—View the last
measured time.
Split timing—Use the split time
function.
Lap timing—Use the lap time function.
View times—Browse saved times.
Delete times > One by one or Delete
all—Delete saved times.
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Extras
11. Extras
■ Games
Select games
In standby mode, select Menu >
Extras > Games to display the games
on your device.
Memory status
You can view the memory available for
game installations. In standby mode,
select Menu > Extras > Games >
Options > Memory status.
■ Collection
Select application
In standby mode, select Menu >
Extras > Collection > Select
application. Scroll to an application
and select Open, or press the call key.
An application may require a few
seconds to load. When you open an
application, wait for the launch screen
to disappear. At that point, the
application is ready.
Leaving applications running in the
background increases the demand on
battery power and reduces the battery
life.
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Note: Only install applications
from sources that offer
adequate protection against
harmful software.
Memory status
You can view the memory available for
application installations. in standby
mode, select Menu > Extras >
Collection > Options > Memory status.
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Minibrowser
12. Minibrowser
Minibrowser is a network service.
See “Network services”, p. viii, for more
information.
Your phone has a built-in mobile Web
browser you can use to connect to
selected services on the mobile
Internet. If your wireless service
provider or network operator supports
this feature, you can view weather
reports, check news or flight times,
view financial information, and much
more. The Web browser on your phone
can display WAP-based content.
Your device may have some bookmarks
loaded for sites not affiliated with
Nokia. Nokia does not warrant or
endorse these sites. If you choose to
access them, you should take the same
precautions, for security or content, as
you would with any Internet site.
If the security indicator (
) is
displayed during a connection, the
data transmission between the device
and the Internet gateway or server is
encrypted. The service provider secures
the data transmission between the
gateway and the content server.
Important: Use only services
that you trust and that offer
adequate security and
protection against harmful
software.
■ Mobile Internet
access
Because mobile Internet content is
designed to be viewed from your
phone, your wireless provider is now
your mobile Internet service provider
as well.
Your wireless provider has created a
home page and set up your browser to
go to this page when you log on to the
mobile Internet. Once at your service
provider’s home page, you may find
links to a number of other sites.
It should not be necessary to manually
configure the browser on your phone.
Normally this is done by your wireless
provider when you subscribe to the
feature. Contact your wireless provider
if you have problems using the
browser.
■ Sign on to the mobile
Internet
In standby mode, select Menu >
Minibrowser.
After a brief pause, your phone
attempts to connect to your wireless
provider’s home page. If you receive an
error message, your phone may not be
set up for browsing. Contact your
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wireless provider to make sure that
your phone is configured properly.
■ Navigate the mobile
Internet
Since your phone screen is much
smaller than a computer screen,
mobile Internet content is displayed
differently than you may be
accustomed to seeing. This section
contains guidelines for using phone
keys to navigate a WAP site.
Phone keys
• To browse the WAP site, scroll up or
down.
If your wireless service provider or
network operator does not support
incoming calls while browsing,
incoming calls are automatically
forwarded to voice mail.
Make an emergency call
while online
You can end your data connection and
make an emergency call.
1. To close your mobile Internet
connection, press the end key.
2. Press the end key as many times as
needed to clear the display and
ready the phone for calls.
• To enter text, press # to switch text
input modes, and then press 0-9.
3. Enter the emergency number for
your present location (for example,
911). Emergency numbers vary by
location.
• To enter special characters, press *.
4. Press the call key.
Receive a call while online
Clear the cache and
disconnect
• Select a highlighted item.
Depending on your wireless service
provider or network operator, you may
still be able to receive a voice call while
using the WAP browser.
• To answer the incoming call, press
the call key.
• To reject the incoming call, press
the end key.
After you end your voice call, the
mobile Internet connection
automatically resumes.
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A cache is a memory location that is
used to store data temporarily. If you
have tried to access or have accessed
confidential information requiring
passwords, empty the cache after each
use. The information or services you
have accessed are stored in the cache.
To empty the cache while in the
browser menu, select Navigate >
Advanced > Clear. Highlight and select
Cache > Clear. The cache also clears
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when you press and hold the end key to
power off your device.
To close your mobile Internet
connection while browsing, press the
end key.
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PC connectivity
13. PC connectivity
■ PC data transfer
You can transfer data, such as music,
photos, and videos, from your device to
a compatible PC or from a compatible
PC to your device using Bluetooth
connectivity. For more information,
see “Bluetooth connectivity”, p. 56.
■ Nokia PC Suite
Nokia PC Suite software is available for
this phone. Nokia PC Suite is a
collection of powerful tools that you
can use to manage your phone
features and data. Each component is a
separate program that includes online
helps.
Nokia PC Suite software, installation
instructions, and other documentation
is provided free of charge and can be
downloaded from the software
downloads of the Nokia web site:
www.nokia-asia.com/pcsuite.
Some of the features in your phone
require network support. Contact your
service provider for availability and
configuration instructions.
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Enhancements
14. Enhancements
Check the model number of any
charger before use with this device.
This device is intended for use when
supplied with power from the AC-3 or
AC-4 charger.
Warning: Use only batteries,
chargers and enhancements
approved by Nokia for use
with this particular model.
The use of any other types
may invalidate any approval
or warranty, and may be
dangerous.
For availability of approved
enhancements, please check with your
dealer. When you disconnect the
power cord of any enhancement, grasp
and pull the plug, not the cord.
A few practical rules about accessories
and enhancements:
• Keep all accessories and
enhancements out of the reach of
small children.
• When you disconnect the power
cord of any accessory or
enhancement, grasp and pull the
plug, not the cord.
• Check regularly that enhancements
installed in a vehicle are mounted
and are operating properly.
• Installation of any complex car
enhancements must be made by
qualified personnel only.
Power
• Standard Li-Ion Battery (BL-6C)
• Compact Charger (AC-3)
• Travel Charger (AC-4)
• Mobile Charger (DC-4)
• Charger Adapter (CA-44)
Use the CA-44 charger adapter to
connect the phone with Nokia
chargers with a larger barrel size,
including ACP-7, ACP-8, ACP-9,
ACP-12, AC-1 (retractable
charger), and LCH-12 (mobile
charger).
USB data cable
• Connectivity Cable (CA-53)
Handsfree
• Headrest Handsfree (BHF-3)
• CDMA Headrest Handsfree (BHF-4)
• Easy to Use Car Handsfree (HF-3)
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• Advanced Plug-in Car Handsfree
(HF-6)
• Wireless Plug-in Car Handsfree
(HF-6W)
Headsets
• Mono Headsets (HDB-4, HS-5,
HS-6, HS-8, HS-9)
• Stereo Headsets (HDS-3, HS-3,
HS-23)
• Wireless Mono Headsets (HDW-3,
HS-4W, HS-11W, HS-21W,
HS-36W, HS-37W))
• Wireless Image Headsets (HS-13W)
• Wireless Stereo Headsets
(HS-12W)
Miscellaneous
• Inductive Loopset (LPS-4)
• TTY Adapter (HDA-10)
• Advanced Car Kit (CK-1W)
• Wireless Car Kit (CK-7W)
• Digital Pen (SU-1B)
• Audio Adapter (AD-15)
• Music Stand (MD-1)
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Reference information
15. Reference information
This section provides information
about your phone batteries,
enhancements, chargers, and safety
guidelines. Be aware that the
information in this section is subject to
change as batteries, chargers, and
enhancements change.
■ Batteries and
chargers
Your device is powered by a
rechargeable battery. The full
performance of a new battery is
achieved only after two or three
complete charge and discharge cycles.
The battery can be charged and
discharged hundreds of times, but it
will eventually wear out. When the talk
and standby times are noticeably
shorter than normal, replace the
battery. Use only Nokia approved
batteries, and recharge your battery
only with Nokia approved chargers
designated for this device.
If a replacement battery is being used
for the first time or if the battery has
not been used for a prolonged period, it
may be necessary to connect the
charger and then disconnect and
reconnect it to start the charging.
Unplug the charger from the electrical
plug and the device when not in use.
Do not leave fully charged battery
connected to a charger, since
overcharging may shorten its lifetime.
If left unused, a fully charged battery
will lose its charge over time.
If the battery is completely discharged,
it may take a few minutes before the
charging indicator appears on the
display or before any calls can be
made.
Use the battery only for its intended
purpose. Never use any charger or
battery that is damaged.
Do not short-circuit the battery.
Accidental short-circuiting can occur
when a metallic object such as a coin,
clip, or pen causes direct connection of
the positive (+) and negative (-)
terminals of the battery. (These look
like metal strips on the battery.) This
might happen, for example, when you
carry a spare battery in your pocket or
purse. Short-circuiting the terminals
may damage the battery or the
connecting object.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold
places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter conditions, will
reduce the capacity and lifetime of the
battery. Always try to keep the battery
between 15°C and 25°C (59°F and
77°F). A device with a hot or cold
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battery may not work temporarily,
even when the battery is fully charged.
Battery performance is particularly
limited in temperatures well below
freezing.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as
they may explode. Batteries may also
explode if damaged. Dispose of
batteries according to local
regulations. Please recycle when
possible. Do not dispose as household
waste.
■ Nokia battery
authentication
guidelines
Always use original Nokia batteries for
your safety. To check that you are
getting an original Nokia battery,
purchase it from an authorised Nokia
dealer, look for the Nokia Original
Enhancements logo on the packaging
and inspect the hologram label using
the following steps:
Successful completion of the four
steps is not a total assurance of the
authenticity of the battery. If you have
any reason to believe that your battery
is not an authentic original Nokia
battery, you should refrain from using
it, and take it to the nearest authorised
Nokia service point or dealer for
assistance. Your authorised Nokia
service point or dealer will inspect the
battery for authenticity. If authenticity
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cannot be verified, return the battery
to the place of purchase.
Authenticate hologram
1. When looking at the hologram on
the label, you should see the Nokia
connecting hands symbol from one
angle and the Nokia Original
Enhancements logo when looking
from another angle.
2. When you angle the hologram left,
right, down, and up, you should see
1, 2, 3, and 4 dots on each side
respectively.
3. Scratch the side of the label to
reveal a 20-digit code, for example,
12345678919876543210. Turn the
battery so that the numbers are
facing upwards. The 20-digit code
reads starting from the number at
the top row followed by the
bottom row.
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You should receive a message
indicating whether the code can be
authenticated.
4. Confirm that the 20-digit code is
valid by following the instructions
at www.nokiaoriginals.com/check.
To create a text message enter the
20-digit code, for example,
12345678919876543210, and send to
+44 7786 200276.
To create a text message,
• For countries in Asia Pacific,
excluding India: Enter the 20-digit
code, for example,
12345678919876543210, and
send to +61 427151515.
If you need assistance confirming
the battery code, contact your local
Nokia Care Centres listed at
www.nokia-asia.com/
carecentrelocator.
What if your battery is not authentic?
If you cannot confirm that your Nokia
battery with the hologram on the label
is an authentic Nokia battery,
please do not use the battery. Take it to
the nearest authorised Nokia service
point or dealer for assistance. The use
of a battery that is not approved by the
manufacturer may be dangerous and
may result in poor performance and
damage to your device and its
enhancements. It may also invalidate
any approval or warranty applying to
the device.
To find out more about original
Nokia batteries, visit
www.nokiaoriginals.com/battery.
• For India only: Enter Battery
followed by the 20-digit battery
code, for example,
Battery 12345678919876543210,
and send to 5555.
National and international operator
charges will apply.
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Care and maintenance
16. Care and maintenance
Your device is a product of superior
design and craftsmanship and should
be treated with care. The suggestions
below will help you protect your
warranty coverage.
• Keep the device dry. Precipitation,
humidity and all types of liquids or
moisture can contain minerals that
will corrode electronic circuits. If
your device does get wet, remove
the battery and allow the device to
dry completely before replacing it.
• Do not use or store the device in
dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts
and electronic components can be
damaged.
• Do not store the device in hot
areas. High temperatures can
shorten the life of electronic
devices, damage batteries, and
warp or melt certain plastics.
• Do not store the device in cold
areas. When the device returns to
its normal temperature, moisture
can form inside the device and
damage electronic circuit boards.
• Do not attempt to open the device
other than as instructed in this
guide.
• Do not drop, knock, or shake the
device. Rough handling can break
internal circuit boards and fine
mechanics.
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• Do not use harsh chemicals,
cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents to clean the device.
• Do not paint the device. Paint can
clog the moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
• Use only the supplied or an
approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorised antennas,
modifications, or attachments
could damage the device and may
violate regulations governing radio
devices.
• Use chargers indoors.
• Always create a backup of data you
want to keep, such as contacts and
calendar notes, before sending
your device to a service facility.
All of the above suggestions apply
equally to your device, battery,
charger, or any enhancement. If any
device is not working properly, take it
to the nearest authorised service
facility for service.
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17. Additional safety information
Your device and its enhancements may
contain small parts. Keep them out of
the reach of small children.
■ Operating
environment
Remember to follow any special
regulations in force in any area and
always switch off your device when its
use is prohibited or when it may cause
interference or danger. Use the device
only in its normal operating positions.
This device meets RF exposure
guidelines when used either in
the normal use position against the
ear or when positioned at least
2.2 centimeters (7/8 inch) away from
the body. When a carry case, belt clip
or holder is used for body-worn
operation, it should not contain metal
and should position the device the
above-stated distance from your body.
To transmit data files or messages, this
device requires a good quality
connection to the network. In some
cases, transmission of data files or
messages may be delayed until such a
connection is available. Ensure the
above separation distance instructions
are followed until the transmission is
completed.
Parts of the device are magnetic.
Metallic materials may be attracted to
the device. Do not place credit cards or
other magnetic storage media near the
device, because information stored on
them may be erased.
Your device and its enhancements may
contain small parts. Keep them out of
the reach of small children.
■ Medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting
equipment, including wireless phones,
may interfere with the functionality of
inadequately protected medical
devices. Consult a physician or the
manufacturer of the medical device to
determine if they are adequately
shielded from external RF energy or if
you have any questions. Switch off
your device in health care facilities
when any regulations posted in these
areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to
external RF energy.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend
that a minimum separation of
15.3 centimeters (6 inches) be
maintained between a wireless phone
and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent
with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research. Persons with
pacemakers should:
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• Always keep the device more than
15.3 centimeters (6 inches) from
the pacemaker;
• Not carry the device in a breast
pocket; and
• Hold the device to the ear opposite
the pacemaker to minimise the
potential for interference.
If you suspect interference, switch off
your device and move the device away.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless devices may
interfere with some hearing aids.
If interference occurs, consult your
service provider.
■ Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly
installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles
such as electronic fuel injection
systems, electronic antiskid (antilock)
braking systems, electronic speed
control systems, air bag systems. For
more information, check with the
manufacturer or its representative of
your vehicle or any equipment that has
been added.
Only qualified personnel should service
the device, or install the device in a
vehicle. Faulty installation or service
may be dangerous and may invalidate
any warranty that may apply to the
device. Check regularly that all
wireless device equipment in your
vehicle is mounted and operating
properly. Do not store or carry
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flammable liquids, gases, or explosive
materials in the same compartment as
the device, its parts, or enhancements.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag,
remember that air bags inflate with
great force. Do not place objects,
including installed or portable wireless
equipment in the area over the air bag
or in the air bag deployment area.
If in-vehicle wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
Using your device while flying in
aircraft is prohibited. Switch off your
device before boarding an aircraft. The
use of wireless teledevices in an
aircraft may be dangerous to the
operation of the aircraft, disrupt the
wireless telephone network, and may
be illegal.
■ Potentially explosive
environments
Switch off your device when in any
area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and
instructions. Potentially explosive
atmospheres include areas where you
would normally be advised to turn off
your vehicle engine. Sparks in such
areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Switch off the device at refuelling
points such as near gas pumps at
service stations. Observe restrictions
on the use of radio equipment in fuel
depots, storage, and distribution areas,
chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress. Areas with
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a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often but not always clearly marked.
They include below deck on boats,
chemical transfer or storage facilities,
vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane), and areas
where the air contains chemicals or
particles such as grain, dust, or metal
powders.
■ Emergency calls
Important: Wireless phones,
including this phone, operate
using radio signals, wireless
networks, landline networks,
and user-programmed
functions. Because of this, connections
in all conditions cannot be guaranteed.
You should never rely solely on any
wireless phone for essential
communications like medical
emergencies.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
Check for adequate signal strength.
2. Press the end key as many times as
needed to clear the display and
ready the phone for calls.
3. Enter the official emergency
number for your present location.
Emergency numbers vary by
location.
4. Press the call key.
If certain features are in use, you may
first need to turn those features off
before you can make an emergency
call. Consult this guide or your service
provider.
When making an emergency call, give
all the necessary information as
accurately as possible. Your wireless
phone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an
accident. Do not end the call until
given permission to do so.
■ Certification
information (SAR)
THIS DEVICE MEETS INTERNATIONAL
GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES
Your mobile device is a radio
transmitter and receiver. It is designed
and manufactured not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio frequency
(RF) recommended by international
guidelines (ICNIRP). These limits are
part of comprehensive guidelines and
establish permitted levels of RF energy
for the general population.
The guidelines were developed by
independent scientific 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
devices employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit
stated in the international guidelines is
2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg)*. Tests for
SAR are conducted using standard
operating positions with the device
transmitting at its highest certified
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power level in all tested frequency
bands. Although the SAR is determined
at the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR of the device while
operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the
device is designed to operate at
multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the
network. In general, the closer you are
to a base station, the lower the power
output of the device.
■ Battery information
The highest SAR value for this device
when tested for use at the ear is
0.91 W/kg.
The following charging times are
approximate with the BL-6C Li-Ion
battery:
SAR values may vary depending on
national reporting and testing
requirements and the network band.
Use of device accessories and
enhancements may result in different
SAR values. Additional SAR
information may be provided under
product information at
www.nokia-asia.com.
Travel Charger (AC-4): up to 1 hour
45 minutes
* The SAR limit for mobile devices used
by the public is 2.0 W/kg averaged over
10 grams of body tissue. The guidelines
incorporate a substantial margin of
safety to give additional protection for
the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
SAR values may vary depending on
national reporting requirements and
the network band. For SAR information
in other regions, please look under
product information at
www.nokia.com.
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This section provides information
about battery charging times with the
Compact Charger (AC-3), the Travel
Charger (AC-4), talk-times, and
standby times. Be aware that the
information in this section is subject to
change. For more information, contact
your service provider.
Charging times
Compact Charger (AC-3): up to 3
hours 45 minutes
Talk and standby times
Operation times are estimates only and
depend on signal strength, phone use,
network conditions, features used,
battery age and condition (including
charging habits), temperatures to
which the battery is exposed, and
many other factors.
Talk time: 3 to 4 hours (digital)
Standby time: 6 to 10 days
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MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED WARRANTY
NOTE! This Limited Warranty is in addition to, and does not affect your legal (statutory) rights under your applicable
national laws relating to the sale of consumer products.
Nokia Corporation (“Nokia”) provides this Limited Warranty to person who has purchased the Nokia product(s) included
in the sales package (“Product”).
Nokia warrants to you that during the warranty period Nokia or a Nokia authorised service company will in a
commercially reasonable time remedy defects in materials, design and workmanship free of charge by repairing or,
should Nokia in its absolute discretion deem it necessary, replacing the Product in accordance with this Limited
Warranty (unless otherwise required by law). This Limited Warranty is only valid and enforceable in the country where
you have purchased the Product provided that it is intended for sale in that country.
Warranty Period
The warranty period starts at the time of Product's original purchase by the first end-user. The Product may consist of
several different parts and different parts may be covered by a different warranty period (hereinafter “Warranty
Period”). The different Warranty Periods are:
a) twelve (12) months for the mobile device and accessories (whether included in the mobile device sales package or
sold separately) other than the consumable parts and accessories listed in (b) and (c) below;
b) six (6) months for the following consumable parts and accessories: batteries, chargers, desk stands, headsets,
cables and covers; and
c) ninety (90) days for the media on which any software is provided,e.g. CD-rom, memory card.
As far as your national laws permit, the Warranty Period will not be extended or renewed or otherwise affected due to
subsequent resale, repair or replacement of the Product. However, repaired part(s) will be warranted for the remainder
of the original Warranty Period or for sixty (60) days from the date of repair, whichever is longer.
How to get warranty service
If you wish to make a claim under the Limited Warranty, you may call the Nokia call center (where this is available and
please note national rates apply to calls) and/or where necessary, return your Product or the affected part (if it is not the
entire Product) to a Nokia care center or Nokia designated service location. Information about Nokia care centers, Nokia
designated service locations and Nokia call centers can be found at local Nokia web pages where available.
You must return your Product or the affected part (if it is not the entire Product) to a Nokia care center or Nokia
designated service location before the expiry of the Warranty Period.
When making a Limited Warranty claim you have to present: a) the Product (or affected part thereto), b) the legible and
unmodified original proof of purchase, which clearly indicates the name and address of the seller, the date and place of
purchase, the product type and the IMEI or other serial number.
This Limited Warranty extends only to the original first end-user of the Product and is not assignable or transferable to
any subsequent purchaser/end-user.
What is not covered?
1.
2.
This Limited Warranty does not cover user manuals or any third party software, settings, content, data or links,
whether included/downloaded in the Product, whether included during installment, assembly, shipping or at any
other time in the delivery chain or otherwise and in any way acquired by you. To the extent permitted by applicable
law(s), Nokia does not warrant that any Nokia software will meet your requirements, will work in combination with
any hardware or software applications provided by a third party, that the operation of the software will be
uninterrupted or error free or that any defects in the software are correctable or will be corrected.
This Limited Warranty does not cover a) normal wear and tear (including, without limitation, wear and tear of
camera lenses, batteries or displays), b) transport costs, c) defects caused by rough handling (including, without
limitation, defects caused by sharp items, by bending, compressing or dropping, etc.), d) defects or damage caused
by misuse of the Product, including use that is contrary to the instructions provided by Nokia (e.g. as set out in the
Product's user guide) and/or e) other acts beyond the reasonable control of Nokia.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
This Limited Warranty does not cover defects or alleged defects caused by the fact that the Product was used with,
or connected to, a product, accessories, software and/or service not manufactured, supplied or authorised by Nokia
or was used otherwise than for its intended use. Defects can be caused by viruses from your or from a third party's
unauthorised access to services, other accounts, computer systems or networks. This unauthorised access can take
place through hacking, password-mining or through a variety of other means.
This Limited Warranty does not cover defects caused by the fact that the battery has been short-circuited or by the
fact that the seals of the battery enclosure or the cells are broken or show evidence of tampering or by the fact that
the battery has been used in equipment other than those for which it has been specified.
This Limited Warranty does not apply if the Product has been opened, modified or repaired by anyone other than an
authorised service centre, if it is repaired using unauthorised spare parts or if the Product’s serial number, the
mobile accessory date code or the IMEI number has been removed, erased, defaced, altered or are illegible in any
way and this shall be determined in the sole discretion of Nokia.
This Limited Warranty does not apply if the Product has been exposed to moisture, to dampness or to extreme
thermal or environmental conditions or to rapid changes in such conditions, to corrosion, to oxidation, to spillage
of food or liquid or to influence from chemical products.
Other important notices
A third party, independent operator provides the SIM card and cellular and/or other network or system on which the
Product operates. Therefore, Nokia will not accept responsibility under this warranty for the operation, availability,
coverage, services or range of the cellular or other network or system. Before the Product can be repaired or replaced,
the operator may need to unlock any SIM-lock or other lock that may have been added to lock the product to a specific
network or operator. Accordingly, Nokia does not accept responsibility for any delays in warranty repairs or for the
inability of Nokia to complete warranty repairs that are caused by the operator's delay or failure to unlock any SIM-lock
or other lock.
Please remember to make back-up copies or keep written records of all important content and data stored in your
Product, because content and data may be lost during repair or replacement of the Product. Nokia, in a manner
consistent with the provisions of the section entitled “Limitation of Nokia's Liability” below, to the extent permitted by
applicable law(s), shall not under any circumstances be liable, either expressly or impliedly, for any damages or losses of
any kind whatsoever resulting from loss of, damage to, or corruption of, content or data during repair or replacement of
the Product.
All parts of the Product or other equipment that Nokia has replaced shall become the property of Nokia. If the returned
Product is found not to be covered by the terms and conditions of the Limited Warranty, Nokia and its authorised
service companies reserve the right to charge a handling fee. When repairing or replacing the Product, Nokia may use
products or parts that are new, equivalent to new or re-conditioned.
Your Product may contain country specific elements, including software. If the Product has been re-exported from its
original destination country to another country, the Product may contain country specific elements that are not
considered to be a defect under this Limited Warranty.
Limitation of Nokia's liability
This Limited Warranty is your sole and exclusive remedy against Nokia and Nokia's sole and exclusive liability in respect
of defects in your Product. However, this Limited Warranty shall neither exclude nor limit i) any of your legal (statutory)
rights under the applicable national laws or ii) any of your rights against the seller of the Product.
This Limited Warranty replaces all other Nokia warranties and liabilities, whether oral, written, (non-mandatory)
statutory, contractual, in tort or otherwise, including, without limitation, and where permitted by applicable law,
any implied conditions, warranties or other terms as to satisfactory quality or fitness for purpose. To the extent
permitted by applicable law(s) Nokia does not assume any liability for loss of or damage to or corruption of data, for any
loss of profit, loss of use of Products or functionality, loss of business, loss of contracts, loss of revenues or loss of
anticipated savings, increased costs or expenses or for any indirect loss or damage, consequential loss or damage or
special loss or damage. To the extent permitted by applicable law, Nokia’s liability shall be limited to the purchase value
of the Product. The above limitations shall not apply to death or personal injury resulting from Nokia’s proven
negligence.
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Statutory obligations
This Limited Warranty must be read subject to any statutory provisions that imply warranties or conditions into this
Limited Warranty that cannot be excluded, restricted or modified or cannot be excluded, restricted or modified except
to a limited extent. If such statutory provisions apply, to the extent to which Nokia is able to do so, its liability under
those provisions will be limited, at its option to, in the case of goods: the replacement of the goods or the supply of
equivalent goods, the repair of the goods, the payment of the cost of replacing the goods or of acquiring equivalent
goods, or the payment of the cost of having the goods repaired; and in the case of services: the supplying of the services
again or the payment of the cost of having the services supplied again.
NOTE! Your Product is a sophisticated electronic device. Nokia strongly encourages you to familiarise yourself with the
user guide and instructions provided with and for the Product. Please also note that the Product might contain high
precision displays, camera lenses and other such parts, which could be scratched or otherwise damaged if not handled
very carefully.
All warranty information, product features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Nokia Corporation
Keilalahdentie 2-4
FIN-02150 Espoo
Finland
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Index
A
Active profile 46
Alarm clock
repeating 67
setting 67
tone 67
Analog service 64
Answer calls 10
fold open 50
Antenna 6
Anykey answer 50
Applications
collection 78
settings 63
Authenticate hologram 86
Automatic
keyguard 53
redial 50
update of service 50
update of time and date 49
voice mail 29
B
Back cover
remove 7
replace 8
Backlight time-out 48
Banner 48
Battery 7, 92
charge 8
charging times 92
remove, replace 7
talk and standby times 92
Bluetooth connectivity 56
receive data 58
set up 57
settings 57
Business cards 36
C
Calendar 68
make notes 69
open 68
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options 68
receive, send notes 70
settings 70
view 69
Call
divert 65
duration 32
log, see logs 31
register, see logs 31
settings 50
summary 53
time 32
waiting 65
Caller
groups 38
ID, send my 66
Calling cards 51
Calls
answer 10
conference 9
make 9
mute phone during 11
options during 11
restrictions 62
show times on display 53
silence 10
Certification information (SAR) 91
Change lock code 62
Charger 60, 85
connect 8
times 92
Clock settings, see time and date
Conference calls 9
Confirmation tones 49
Contacts
add 35
delete 41
edit 37
search 34
settings 38
view 34
Countdown timer 75
Currency converter 74
Custom profile 46
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D
Data
call duration 33
calls 52
transfer 82
Date settings, see time and date
Dialled numbers 31
Dialling codes 35
Digital service 64
Display
settings 47
Distribution lists 27
DTMF tones 54
E
Emergency calls 80, 91
End calls 10
Enhancements 59
approved 83
Extras 78
F
Fax calls 33, 52
Feature codes 64
Fold
answer calls 50
Folders, see gallery
Font colour 47
G
Gallery
opening folders 42
options 43
Games 78
Go to functions 5
organise 5
select 5
H
Handsfree settings 59
Headset
connect 8
settings 59
Hearing aid
settings 60
Help
get x
in-phone 4
text activation 4, 54
I
Indicators and icons 2
International prefix 52
Internet, see wireless Internet
Interval timer 75
K
Keyguard
automatic 53
lock and unlock 11
Keypad tones 48
L
Language 53
Lap time 76
Listen to voice mail 28
Lock code
change 62
preset 61
Logs
clearing 32
dialled numbers 31
missed calls 31
received calls 31
Loopset settings 60
Loudspeaker 10
M
Make calls 9
Manufacturer’s limited warranty 93
Media player 44
Memory
checking status 53
phone 53
Messages
minibrowser, see minibrowser
messages
multimedia, see multimedia
messages
text, see test messages
voice, see voice messages
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Minibrowser 79
call duration 33
messages 30
Missed calls 31
Mobile web 79
Multimedia messages 20
create 22, 23
delete 25
folders 21
read 22
reply 22
send 22
settings 26
Mute phone 11
My phone number, display 40
N
Navigation key 54
Network
services viii, 64
settings 63
No caller IDs 53
Nokia battery authentication
guidelines 86
Nokia Care Contact Center x
Nokia PC Suite 82
Nokia support and contact
information x
Notes 70
make 71
open 71
options 71
send 71
O
Organiser 67
P
PC connectivity 82
Phone
care and maintenance 88
details 66
language 53
lock 61
memory 53
set up your 6
Phone settings 53
Predictive text 13
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Profiles 46
Q
Quick keys 2
R
Received calls 31
Recording sound 44
Repeating alarm 67
Restore factory settings 66
Ring
volume 48
Ringing tone
for no caller ID 53
Roaming options 64
S
Safety guidelines vii
Safety information
battery 92
explosive environments 90
hearing aids 90
pacemakers 89
vehicles 90
Screen saver 47
Scroll method 3
Security
settings 61
Send my caller ID 66
Set
alarm 67
date 49
time 49
Settings 46
Show call time 53
Sleep mode 48
Snooze time-out 68
Speed dials 40, 50
Split time 76
Standby
mode 1
Standby mode
settings 47
Standby time 92
Start-up tone 54
Stopwatch 76
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T
Talk time 92
Text entry
changing language 12
predictive 13
standard 12
Text messages
create 16
delete 19
folders 15
read 17
reply 17
send 16
settings 19
templates 16
Theme 48
Time and date 49
Timed profiles 46
Timer
countdown 75
interval 75
To-do list
edit 72
make 72
open 72
options 73
send 73
view 73
Tones 48
DTMF 54
start-up 54
TTY/TDD settings 60
Turn phone on or off 8
Voice tags
assign 39
delete 40
modify 39
use 39
Volume 10
W
Wallpaper 47
Warning tones 49
Wireless Internet
access 79
clear cache 80
disconnect 80
make emergency call while
online 80
receive call while online 80
sign on 79
U
Update service, automatic 50
V
Vibrating alert 48
Voice
commands 55
privacy 63
recorder 44
Voice messages
automate 29
listen 28
mailbox number 28
setting up mailbox 28
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