Nokia 6120 classic
User Guide
9200488
Issue 1
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Contents
For your safety ................................. 6
Support ............................................. 8
Help ...................................................................... 8
Nokia support and contact information .... 8
Predictive text input...................................... 30
Copy and delete text..................................... 30
5. Messaging .................................. 31
Insert a SIM or USIM card and battery ...... 9
MicroSD card .................................................. 10
Charge the battery ........................................ 11
Switch the phone on and off ..................... 12
Set time and date .......................................... 12
Normal operating position.......................... 12
Configuration settings ................................. 13
Transfer data ................................................... 13
Write and send messages ............................ 31
Inbox—receive messages.............................. 33
My folders ........................................................ 34
Mailbox ............................................................. 34
Outbox............................................................... 35
Message reader............................................... 36
View messages on the SIM card ................ 36
Cell broadcast messages .............................. 37
Service commands ......................................... 37
Messaging settings ........................................ 37
Instant messaging.......................................... 41
2. Your phone ................................. 14
6. Contacts ..................................... 43
1. Get started.................................... 9
Keys and parts ................................................
Standby mode.................................................
Indicators .........................................................
Scroll and select.............................................
Menu .................................................................
Welcome application....................................
Tutorial..............................................................
Volume control...............................................
Keypad lock (keyguard) ................................
Access codes ...................................................
Download!........................................................
My own.............................................................
Connect a compatible headset ..................
Connect a USB data cable ..........................
Attach a wrist strap ......................................
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3. Call functions ............................. 21
Make a voice call...........................................
Answer or reject a voice call ......................
Make a video call...........................................
Answer or reject a video call......................
Share video......................................................
Log .....................................................................
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4. Text input ................................... 29
Traditional text input ................................... 29
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Manage contacts............................................ 44
Manage contact groups ............................... 44
Add a ringing tone......................................... 44
7. Media.......................................... 45
Gallery ............................................................... 45
Camera .............................................................. 48
Music player .................................................... 49
Recorder............................................................ 51
RealPlayer......................................................... 51
Visual Radio ..................................................... 52
Flash Player...................................................... 55
8. Positioning ................................. 55
GPS data ........................................................... 55
Landmarks ........................................................ 56
9. Web............................................. 56
Set up the phone for the browser
service................................................................ 56
Connection security....................................... 57
Make a connection ........................................ 57
Manage bookmarks ....................................... 57
Browse web pages ......................................... 58
End a connection ........................................... 60
Empty the cache............................................. 60
Browser settings ............................................ 60
10.Personalization.......................... 61
Themes.............................................................. 61
Profiles.............................................................. 62
11.Time management .................... 63
Clock.................................................................. 63
Calendar ........................................................... 64
12.Office applications ................... 65
Calculator.........................................................
Converter..........................................................
Notes .................................................................
Adobe Reader..................................................
Quickoffice ......................................................
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13.Settings ..................................... 69
Phone settings ................................................ 69
Voice commands............................................ 78
Application manager..................................... 81
Activation keys................................................ 83
15.Connectivity.............................. 84
Data transfer ................................................... 84
PC Suite............................................................. 85
Bluetooth connection ................................... 85
USB connection .............................................. 87
Remote synchronization .............................. 88
Push to talk...................................................... 89
Connection manager..................................... 93
16.Battery information ................. 93
Charging and discharging............................ 93
Nokia battery authentication
guidelines ......................................................... 94
17.Enhancements .......................... 96
Care and maintenance................... 96
14.Data management .................... 79
Additional safety information ...... 97
File manager.................................................... 79
Memory card................................................... 79
Device manager.............................................. 80
Index ............................................. 101
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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 device on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it
may cause interference or danger.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to operate the vehicle while
driving. Your first consideration while driving should be road safety.
INTERFERENCE
All wireless devices may be susceptible to interference, which could affect
performance.
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any restrictions. Switch the device off near medical equipment.
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Follow any restrictions. Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELING
Do not use the device at a refueling point. Do not use near fuel or chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Follow any restrictions. Do not use the device where blasting is in progress.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in the normal position as explained in the product documentation. Do
not touch the antenna unnecessarily.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel may install or repair this product.
ENHANCEMENTS AND BATTERIES
Use only approved enhancements and batteries. Do not connect incompatible
products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your device is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
BACK-UP COPIES
Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of all important
information stored in your device.
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CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES
When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone function of the device is switched on and in service. Press the
end key as many times as needed to clear the display and return to the 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 GSM 850, 900, 1800,
and 1900 and UMTS 850 and 2100 networks. Contact your service provider for more
information about networks.
When using the features in this device, obey all laws and respect local customs, privacy and
legitimate rights of others, including copyrights.
Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringing tones), and other
content from being copied, modified, transferred, or forwarded.
Your device supports internet connections and other methods of connectivity. Like
computers, your device may be exposed to viruses, malicious messages and applications, and
other harmful content. Exercise caution and open messages, accept connectivity requests,
download content, and accept installations only from trustworthy sources. To increase the
security of your device, consider installing antivirus software with a regular update service
and using a firewall application.
Warning: To use any features in this device, other than the alarm clock, the device
must be switched on. Do not switch the device on when wireless device use may
cause interference or danger.
■ Network services
To use the phone you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the
features require special network features. These features are not available on all networks;
other networks may require that you make specific arrangements with your service provider
before you can use the network services. Your service provider can give you instructions 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, these features will not appear on your device menu. Your device may
also have a special configuration such as changes in menu names, menu order, and icons.
Contact your service provider for more information.
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This device supports WAP 2.0 protocols (HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP protocols. Some
features of this device, such as web browsing, e-mail, push to talk, instant messaging, and
multimedia messaging, require network support for these technologies.
■ Enhancements, batteries, and chargers
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, AC-4, AC-5, DC-4 chargers or CA-44
charger adapter.
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.
Support
■ Help
Your device has context-sensitive help. You can access the help from an
application or from the main menu.
To access help when an application is open, select Options > Help. To switch
between help and the application that is open in the background, select and hold
Menu. Select Options and from the following options:
Topic list—to view a list of available topics in the appropriate category
Help category list—to view a list of help categories
Search by keyword—to search for help topics using keywords
To open help from the main menu, select Menu > Applications > Help. In the list
of help categories, select the desired application to view a list of help topics. To
switch between the help category list, indicated with
, and a keywords list,
indicated with
, scroll left or right. To display the related help text, select
it.
■ Nokia support and contact information
Check www.nokia.com/support or your local Nokia web site for the latest version of the user
guide, additional information, downloads, and services related to your Nokia product.
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On the web site, you can get information on the use of Nokia products and
services. If you need to contact customer service, check the list of local Nokia
contact centers at www.nokia.com/customerservice.
For maintenance services, check your nearest Nokia service center at
www.nokia.com/repair.
Software updates
Nokia may produce software updates that may offer new features, enhanced functions, or
improved performance. You may be able to request these updates through the Nokia
Software Updater PC application. To update the device software, you need the Nokia
Software Updater application and a compatible PC with Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP
operating system, broadband internet access, and a compatible data cable to connect your
device to the PC.
To get more information and to download the Nokia Software Updater application, visit
www.nokia.com/softwareupdate or your local Nokia web site.
If software updates over the air are supported by your network, you may also be able to
request updates through the device. See “Update software,” p. 81.
Downloading software updates may involve the transmission of large amounts of data
through your service provider's network. Contact your service provider for information about
data transmission charges.
Make sure that the device battery has enough power, or connect the charger before starting
the update.
1. Get started
■ Insert a SIM or USIM card and battery
Always switch the device off and disconnect the charger before removing the battery.
This phone uses BL-5B batteries.
For availability and information on using SIM card services, contact your SIM card vendor.
This may be the service provider or other vendor.
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1. With the back of the phone facing you, slide the back cover (1) to remove it
from the phone (2). To remove the battery, lift it as shown (3).
2. To release the SIM card holder, slide it
backwards (4), and lift it (5).
Insert the SIM or USIM card to the SIM
card holder (6). Make sure that the card
is properly inserted and that the goldencolored contact area on the card is
facing downwards, and the beveled
corner faces upwards.
Close the SIM card holder, and slide it
forward to lock it (7).
3. Replace the battery (8) and the back cover (9).
■ MicroSD card
Use only compatible microSD cards approved by Nokia for use with
this device. Nokia uses approved industry standards for memory
cards, but some brands may not be fully compatible with this device.
Incompatible cards may damage the card and the device and corrupt
data stored on the card.
Keep microSD cards out of the reach of small children.
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You can extend the available memory with a microSD memory card. You can insert
or remove a microSD card without switching the phone off.
Important: Do not remove the memory card in the middle of an operation when
the card is being accessed. Removing the card in the middle of an operation may
damage the memory card as well as the device, and data stored on the card may be
corrupted.
Insert a microSD card
Note that the memory card may be supplied with the phone.
1. Open the side door (1).
2. Place the microSD card in the slot
with the golden contact area facing
up (2). Push the card gently to lock it
into place.
3. Close tight the side door (3).
Remove a microSD card
1. Open the side door.
2. Push the card gently to release it.
Remove memory card and press 'OK' is
displayed. Pull the card out, and select
OK.
3. Close the side door tightly.
■ Charge the battery
Connect the charger to the wall socket.
Connect the charger to the phone.
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.
The charging time depends on the charger
and the battery used. Charging a BL-5B
battery with the AC-4 charger takes
approximately 80 minutes.
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Tip: If you want to save battery power, you can use the phone only in the
GSM network. Select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > Phone > Network >
Network mode > GSM. When GSM network is selected, you do not have all
UMTS (3G) services available.
■ Switch the phone on and off
Press and hold the power key.
If the phone asks for a PIN code, enter the PIN code, and select OK.
If the phone asks for the lock code, enter the lock code, and select
OK. The factory setting for the lock code is 12345.
■ Set time and date
To set the correct time zone, time, and date, select the country you are presently
in, then enter the local time and date.
■ Normal operating position
Use the phone only in its normal operating position.
During extended operation, such as an active video call or high
speed data connection, the device may feel warm. In most cases,
this condition is normal. If you suspect the device is not working
properly, take it to the nearest authorized service facility.
Your device has internal antennas.
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Note: As with any radio transmitting device,
avoid touching an antenna unnecessarily
when the antenna is in use. For example, avoid
touching the cellular antenna during a phone
call. Contact with a transmitting or receiving
antenna affects the quality of the radio
communication, may cause the device to
operate at a higher power level than otherwise
needed, and may reduce the battery life.
Cellular antenna (1)
Bluetooth antenna (2)
■ Configuration settings
Before you can use multimedia messaging, instant messaging, push to talk,
e-mail, synchronization, streaming, and the browser, you must have the proper
configuration settings on your phone. Your phone may automatically configure
browser, multimedia messaging, access point, and streaming settings based on
the SIM card used. You may also receive the settings directly as a configuration
message, which you save to your phone. For more information on availability,
contact your service provider or nearest authorized Nokia dealer.
When you receive a configuration message, and the settings are not automatically
saved and activated, 1 new message is displayed. Select Show to open the
message. To save the settings, select Options > Save. You may need to enter a PIN
code provided by the service provider.
Settings wizard
Sett. wizard configures your device for operator (MMS, GPRS, and internet) and
e-mail settings based on your service provider. Configuring other settings may
also be possible.
To use these services, you may have to contact your service provider to activate a
data connection or other services.
Select Menu > Settings > Sett. wizard.
■ Transfer data
To transfer information, such as contacts, from your old phone, see “Data
transfer,” p. 84.
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2. Your phone
■ Keys and parts
Secondary camera lens (1)
Earpiece (2)
Display (3)
Left and right selection keys (4)
Clear key (5)
Menu key (6),
hereafter described as "select Menu"
Call key (7)
End key (8)
Navi™ scroll key (9)
hereafter referred to as scroll key
Number keys (10)
Monospeaker (11)
microSD card slot (12)
Strap holder (13)
USB connector (14)
Nokia AV 2.5-mm connector (15)
Charger connector (16)
Main camera lens (17)
Camera flash (18)
Power key (19)
Volume keys (20)
Camera key (21)
■ Standby mode
When you have switched on the phone, and it is registered to a network, the
phone is in the standby mode and ready for use.
To open the list of last dialed numbers, press the call key.
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To use the voice commands or voice dialing, press and hold the right selection key.
To change the profile, press the power key, and select a profile.
To start a connection to the web, press and hold 0.
Active standby
When active standby is enabled, you can use the display for fast access to
frequently used applications. To select whether the active standby is shown, select
Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > General > Personalisation > Standby mode >
Active standby > On or Off.
To access active standby applications, scroll to the application, and select it. In
active standby the default applications are shown across the top of the active
standby area, and calendar, to-do, and player events are listed below. To select an
application or event, scroll to it, and select it.
Offline profile
The Offline profile lets you use the phone without connecting it to a network.
When the Offline profile is active, the connection to the wireless network is
turned off, as indicated by
in the signal strength indicator area. All wireless RF
signals to or from your phone are prevented, and you can use your device without
a SIM or USIM card. Use the offline profile in radio sensitive environments—on
board aircraft or in hospitals. You can listen to music using the music player when
the offline profile is active.
To leave the Offline profile, press the power key, and select another profile.
Important: In the offline profile you cannot make or receive any calls, or use other
features that require cellular network coverage. Calls may still be possible to the
official emergency number programmed into your device. To make calls, you must
first activate the phone function by changing profiles. If the device has been
locked, enter the lock code.
■ Indicators
The phone is connected to a UMTS network.
The HSDPA (network service) in UMTS network is activated.
The phone is connected to a GSM network.
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The phone is in offline mode and not connected to a cellular network. See
“Offline profile,” p. 15.
You received one or several messages to the Inbox folder in Messaging.
You received new e-mail in your remote mailbox.
There are messages waiting to be sent in Outbox. See “Outbox,” p. 35.
You have missed calls. See “Recent calls,” p. 28.
Shown if Ringing type is set to Silent and Message alert tone and E-mail
alert tone are set to Off. See “Profiles,” p. 62.
The phone keypad is locked. See “Keypad lock (keyguard),” p. 18.
The loudspeaker is activated.
An alarm is active.
The second phone line is being used. See Line in use in “Call,” p. 74.
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All calls to the phone are diverted to your call mailbox or to another
number. If you have two phone lines, the divert indicator is
for the
first line and
for the second.
A headset is connected to the phone.
A loopset is connected to the phone.
The connection to a Bluetooth headset has been lost.
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A data call is active.
A GPRS packet data connection is active. indicates the connection is on
hold and that a connection is available.
A packet data connection is active in a part of the network that supports
EGPRS. indicates the connection is on hold and that a connection is
available. The icons indicate that EGPRS is available in the network, but
your device is not necessarily using EGPRS in the data transfer.
A UMTS packet data connection is active. indicates the connection is
on hold and that a connection is available.
Bluetooth is switched on.
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Data is being transmitted using Bluetooth. See “Bluetooth connection,”
p. 85.
A USB connection is active.
Other indicators may also be shown.
■ Scroll and select
To scroll left, right, up, or down, press the edges of the scroll key. To select the
highlighted item, press the center of the scroll key.
Mark and unmark items
To mark or unmark a list item in applications, press #. To mark or unmark several
consecutive items in a list, press and hold #, and scroll up or down.
■ Menu
In the menu you can access the functions in your phone. To access the main menu,
press the menu key; hereafter described as "select Menu".
To open an application or a folder, scroll to it, and press the scroll key.
To change the menu view, select Menu > Options > Change Menu view and a
view type.
If you change the order of the functions in the menu, the order may differ from
the default order described in this user guide.
To close an application or a folder, select Back and Exit as many times as needed
to return to the main menu, or select Options > Exit.
To display and switch between open applications, select and hold Menu. The
application switching window opens, showing a list of open applications. Scroll to
an application, and select it.
Leaving applications running in the background increases the demand on battery power and
reduces the battery life.
View memory consumption
To check memory consumption, select Menu > Options > Memory details >
Phone memory or Memory card. If the phone memory is getting low, remove some
files or move them to the memory card.
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■ Welcome application
Welcome application starts when you switch on your phone for the first time.
With the Welcome application, you can access the following applications:
Tutorial—Learn about the features of your phone and how to use them.
Sett. wizard—Configure connection settings.
Transfer—Copy or synchronize data from other compatible phones.
To open Welcome later, select Menu > Applications > Welcome.
■ Tutorial
Tutorial contains an introduction to the phone features and a tutorial to teach
how to use the phone. The tutorial starts automatically when you turn on your
phone for the first time. To start the tutorial yourself, select Menu > Tutorial and a
tutorial item.
■ Volume control
To adjust the earpiece or loudspeaker volume during a call or when listening to an
audio file, press the volume keys.
To activate the loudspeaker during a call, select Loudspeaker.
To deactivate the loudspeaker during a call, select Handset.
Warning: Do not hold the device near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use,
because the volume may be extremely loud.
■ Keypad lock (keyguard)
To prevent accidental keypresses, you can lock the keypad.
To lock the keypad in the standby mode, press the left selection key and * within
1.5 seconds. To set the phone to automatically lock the keypad after a certain
time, select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > General > Security > Phone and SIM
card > Keypad autolock period > User defined and the desired time.
To unlock the keypad in the standby mode, select Unlock, and press * within 1.5
seconds.
When the keypad lock is on, calls may be possible to the official emergency number
programmed into your device.
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■ Access codes
Select Select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > General > Security > Phone and
SIM card to set how your phone uses the access codes.
Lock code
The lock code (5 digits) helps to protect your phone against unauthorized use. The
preset code is 12345. Change the code, and keep the new code secret and in a safe
place separate from your phone. You can change the code and set the phone to
request the code.
If you enter an incorrect lock code five times in succession, the phone ignores
further entries of the code. Wait for 5 minutes, and enter the code again.
When the device is locked, calls may be possible to the official emergency number
programmed into your device.
PIN codes
The personal identification number (PIN) code and the universal personal
identification number (UPIN) code (4 to 8 digits) help to protect your SIM card
against unauthorized use. The PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM card.
The PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) may be supplied with the SIM card and is required for
some functions.
The module PIN is required to access the information in the security module. The
module PIN is supplied with the SIM card if the SIM card has a security module in
it.
The signing PIN is required for the digital signature. The signing PIN is supplied
with the SIM card if the SIM card has a security module in it.
PUK codes
The personal unblocking key (PUK) code and the universal personal unblocking key
(UPUK) code (8 digits) are required to change a blocked PIN code and UPIN code,
respectively. The PUK2 code is required to change a blocked PIN2 code.
If the codes are not supplied with the SIM card, contact your local service provider
for the codes.
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Barring password
The barring password (4 digits) is required when using Call barring. See “Call
barring,” p. 75. You can obtain the password from your service provider.
If you enter an incorrect barring password three times in succession, the password
is blocked. Contact your service provider.
■ Download!
Download! (network service) is a mobile content shop available on your device.
With Download! you can discover, preview, buy, download, and upgrade content,
services, and applications. The items are categorized under catalogs and folders
provided by different service providers. The available content depends on your
service provider.
Select Menu > Download!.
Download! uses your network services to access the most up-to-date content. For
information on additional items available through Download!, contact your
service provider, or the supplier or manufacturer of the item.
■ My own
You can download applications to your phone. To access the applications, select
Menu > Applications > My own.
Important: Only install and use applications and other software from trusted
sources, such as applications that are Symbian Signed or have passed the Java
VerifiedTM testing.
■ Connect a compatible headset
Do not connect products that create an output
signal as this may cause damage to the device. Do
not connect any voltage source to the Nokia AV
connector.
When connecting any external device or any
headset, other than those approved by Nokia for
use with this device, to the Nokia AV connector,
pay special attention to volume levels.
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■ Connect a USB data cable
To set the default USB connection mode,
select Menu > Settings > Connectivity >
USB > USB mode and the desired mode. To
set whether the default mode is activated
automatically, select Ask on connection >
No.
■ Attach a wrist strap
Connect the wrist strap according to the graphic.
For instructions on removing the back cover, see
step 1 in “Insert a SIM or USIM card and battery,” p.
9.
3. Call functions
■ Make a voice call
1. In the standby mode, enter the phone number, including the area code. Press
the clear key to remove a number.
For international calls, press * twice for the international prefix (the +
character replaces the international access code), and enter the country code,
area code (omit the leading zero if necessary), and phone number.
2. To call the number, press the call key.
To adjust the volume during the call, press the volume keys.
3. To end the call, or to cancel the call attempt, press the end key.
To make a call from Contacts, select Menu > Contacts. Scroll to the desired name;
or enter the first letters of the name, and scroll to the desired name. To call the
number, press the call key.
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To call a recently dialed number, press the call key in the standby mode. The list of
the last 20 numbers you called or attempted to call is shown. Scroll to the number
you want, and press the call key.
To make a push to talk call, see “Push to talk,” p. 89.
Call mailbox
To call your call mailbox (network service), press and hold 1 in the standby mode.
Call mailbox is a network service. Contact your service provider for the call
mailbox number.
To define the call mailbox number if no number is set, select Menu > Settings >
Call mailbox, and when Voice mailbox number: is displayed, enter the voice
mailbox number.
To change the call mailbox number, select Menu > Settings > Call mailbox >
Options > Change number, and enter the number.
Speed dialing
Speed dialing is a quick way to call frequently used numbers in the standby mode.
You can assign a phone number to the speed dialing keys, 2 to 9. The 1 key is
reserved for the call mailbox.
1. Select Menu > Contacts and a contact.
2. Scroll to a number, and select Options > Assign speed dial. Scroll to the desired
speed dialing key, and select Assign. When you return to the contact
information view,
next to the number indicates the assigned speed dial.
Call a speed dialing number in either of the following ways:
• Press the speed dialing key, then the call key.
• If Speed dialling is set to On, press and hold the speed dialing key until the call
begins. To set Speed dialling to On, select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. >
Phone > Call > Speed dialling > On.
To view the number assigned to a speed-dialing key, select Menu > Settings >
Speed dial, scroll to the key icon and select Options > View number.
Voice dialing
A voice tag is added automatically to all entries in Contacts.
Use long names, and avoid similar names for different numbers.
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Voice tags are sensitive to background noise. Use voice tags in a quiet environment.
Note: Using voice tags may be difficult in a noisy environment or during an
emergency, so you should not rely solely upon voice dialing in all circumstances.
1. In the standby mode, press and hold the right selection key. A short tone is
played, and Speak now is displayed.
If you are using a compatible headset with the headset key, press and hold the
headset key.
2. Speak the voice command clearly. The phone plays the voice command of the
best match. After 1.5 seconds, the phone dials the number; if the result is not
the correct one, before dialing select Next and another entry.
Using voice commands to carry out a phone function is similar to voice dialing.
See “Voice commands,” p. 78.
Make a conference call
1. To make a conference call (network service), make a call to the first
participant.
2. To make a call to another participant, select Options > New call. The first call
is automatically put on hold.
3. To join the first participant in the conference call when the new call is
answered, select Options > Conference.
To add a new person to the call, repeat step 2, and select Options >
Conference > Add to conference. The phone supports conference calls between
a maximum of six participants, including yourself.
4. To have a private conversation with one of the participants, select Options >
Conference > Private. Select a participant and Private. The conference call is
put on hold on your phone. The other participants can still continue the
conference call. To return to the conference call, select Options > Add to
conference.
5. To drop a participant, select Options > Conference > Drop participant, scroll to
the participant, and select Drop.
6. To end the conference call, press the end key.
■ Answer or reject a voice call
To answer a call, press the call key.
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To adjust the volume during the call, press the volume keys.
To mute the ringing tone, select Silence.
Tip: If a compatible headset is connected to the phone, press the
headset key to answer and end a call.
To reject the call, press the end key, or select Options > Reject. The caller hears a
busy tone. If you have activated the Call divert option If busy to divert calls,
rejecting the call diverts the call.
To send a text message to the caller informing why you cannot answer the call,
select Options > Send text message. You can activate the text message reply and
edit the text in the message. See Reject call with SMS and Message text in “Call,”
p. 74.
Options during a call
Many of the options that you can use during a call are network services. For
availability, contact your service provider.
Select Options during a call for some of the following options:
Transfer—to connect a call on hold to an active call and disconnect yourself
Replace—to end an active call and replace it by answering the waiting call
Send DTMF—to send DTMF tone strings (for example, a password). Enter the DTMF
string or search for it in Contacts. To enter a wait character (w) or a pause
character (p), press * repeatedly. To send the tone, select OK.
Tip: You can add DTMF tones to the DTMF field in a contact card.
Call waiting
To activate the Call waiting function (network service), select Menu > Settings >
Phone sett. > Phone > Call > Call waiting > Activate.
During a call, to answer the waiting call, press the call key. The first call is put on
hold. To end the active call, press the end key.
To switch between the two calls, select Swap.
■ Make a video call
When you make a video call, you can see a real-time, two-way video between you
and the recipient of the call. The live video image or video image captured by the
camera in your device is shown to the video call recipient.
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To be able to make a video call, you may need to have a USIM card and be in the
coverage of a UMTS network. For availability of and subscription to video call
services, contact your service provider. A video call can only be made between two
parties. The video call can be made to a compatible mobile phone or an ISDN
client. Video calls cannot be made while there is another voice, video, or data call
active.
You are not receiving video (the recipient is not sending video or the network
is not transmitting it).
You have denied video sending from your device.
1. Enter the phone number in the standby mode; or select Menu > Contacts, and
scroll to the desired contact.
2. Select Options > Call > Video call.
Starting a video call may take a while. Waiting for video image is shown. If the
call is not successful (for example, video calls are not supported by the
network, or the receiving device is not compatible), you are asked if you want
to try a normal call or send a message instead.
The video call is active when you see two video images, and hear the sound
through the loudspeaker. The call recipient may deny video sending, in which
case you hear the sound and may see a still image or a grey background
graphic.
To increase or decrease the volume during a call, press the volume keys.
To change between showing video or only hearing sound, select Enable or
Disable > Sending video, Sending audio, or Sending aud. & video.
To zoom your own image, select Zoom in or Zoom out. The zoom indicator is
shown on the top of the display.
To switch the places of the sent and received video images on the display,
select Change image order.
Even if you have denied video sending during a video call, the call will still be
charged as a video call. Check the pricing with your network operator or
service provider.
3. To end the video call, press the end key.
■ Answer or reject a video call
When a video call arrives,
is displayed.
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Press the call key to answer the video call. Allow video image to be sent to caller? is
shown. If you select Yes, the image captured by the camera in your device is
shown to the caller. If you select No, or do nothing, video sending is not activated,
and a grey screen is shown in place of the video.
Even if you have denied video sending during a video call, the call is still charged
as a video call. Check the pricing with your service provider.
To end the video call, press the end key.
To reject the video call, press the end key, or select Options > Reject. To send a
text message to the caller informing why you cannot answer the call, select
Options > Send text message, for information on the settings, see “Phone,” p. 74.
■ Share video
Use Video sharing to send live video from your mobile device to another
compatible mobile device during a voice call.
Video sharing requirements
Because Video sharing requires a 3G universal mobile telecommunications system
(UMTS) connection, your ability to use Video sharing depends on 3G network
availability. Contact your service provider for questions about network availability
and fees associated with this application. To use Video sharing you must do the
following:
• Ensure that your device is set up for person-to-person connections.
• Ensure you have an active UMTS connection and are within UMTS network
coverage. If you start the sharing session while you are within UMTS network
coverage and a handover to GSM occurs, the sharing session is discontinued,
but your voice call continues.
• Ensure that both the sender and recipient are registered to the UMTS network.
If you invite someone to a sharing session and that person’s phone is turned
off, or the person is not within UMTS network coverage, they do not know that
you are sending an invitation. However, you receive an error message that the
recipient cannot accept the invitation.
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Settings
A person-to-person connection is also known as a session initiation protocol (SIP)
connection. The SIP profile settings must be configured in your device before you
can use Video sharing.
Ask your service provider for the SIP profile settings, and save them in your device.
Your service provider may send you the settings over the air.
If you know a recipient’s SIP address, you can enter it on your contact card for that
person. Select Menu > Contacts, a contact, and Options > Edit > Options > Add
detail > SIP or Share view. Enter the SIP address in the format
sip:username@domainname (you can use an IP address instead of a domain
name).
Share live video
To receive a sharing session, the recipient must install Video sharing and configure
the required settings on their mobile device. You and the recipient must both be
registered to the service before you can start sharing.
To receive share invitations, you must be registered to the service, have an active
UMTS connection, and be within the UMTS network coverage.
1. When a voice call is active, select Options > Share video > Live video.
2. The phone sends the invitation to the SIP address you have added to the
contact card of the recipient.
If the recipient has several SIP addresses in the contact card, select the SIP
address to which you want to send the invitation, and Select to send the
invitation.
If the SIP address of the recipient is not available, enter a SIP address. Select
OK to send the invitation.
3. Sharing begins automatically when the recipient accepts the invitation.
The loudspeaker is active. You can also use a headset to continue your voice
call while you share live video.
4. Select Pause to pause the sharing session. Select Continue to resume sharing.
5. To end the sharing session, select Stop. To end the voice call, press the end key.
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Accept an invitation
When someone sends you a share invitation, an invitation message is displayed
showing the sender’s name or SIP address. If your device is not set to Silent, it
rings when you receive an invitation.
If someone sends you a share invitation and you are not within UMTS network
coverage, you will not know that you received an invitation.
When you receive an invitation, select from the following:
Accept—to begin the sharing session and activate the view mode.
Reject—to decline the invitation. The sender receives a message that you rejected
the invitation. You can also press the end key to decline the sharing session and
disconnect the voice call.
To end the sharing session, select Stop.
■ Log
In the log, you can monitor phone calls, text messages, packet data connections,
and fax and data calls registered by the phone.
Connections to your remote mailbox, multimedia messaging center, or browser
pages are shown as data calls or packet data connections in the general
communications log.
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.
Note: Some timers, including the life timer, may be reset during service or software
upgrades.
Recent calls
The phone registers the phone numbers of missed, received, and dialed calls, and
the approximate duration of your calls. The phone registers missed and received
calls only if the network supports these functions, and the phone is switched on
and within the network service area.
To view recent calls (network service), select Menu > Log > Recent calls and a call
type. In the standby mode, you can use the call key as a shortcut to the Recent
calls log.
To clear all recent call lists in the Recent calls view, select Options > Clear recent
calls. To clear only one of the call registers, open the register you want to erase,
and select Options > Clear list.
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General log
To view the general log, select Menu > Log, and scroll right.
To filter the log, select Options > Filter and the filter type.
To erase all the log contents permanently, select Options > Clear log > Yes.
4. Text input
When you write text,
appears on the top right of the display, indicating
predictive text input, or
appears, indicating traditional text input. To set the
predictive text input on or off when writing text, press # repeatedly until the
desired mode is active.
,
, or
is displayed next to the text input indicator, indicating
the character case. To change the character case, press #.
indicates the number mode. To change between letter and number mode,
press # repeatedly until number mode is active; or press *, and select Number
mode or Alpha mode.
■ Traditional text input
Press a number key, 1 to 9, repeatedly until the desired character appears. Not all
characters available under a number key are printed on the key. The availability of
characters depends on the selected writing language. See Writing language in
“Language,” p. 70.
If the next letter you want is on the same key as the present one, wait until the
cursor appears (or scroll forward to end the time-out period), and enter the letter.
To insert a number, press and hold the number key.
The most common punctuation marks and special characters are available under
the 1 key. For more characters, press and hold *.
To erase a character, press the clear key. To erase more characters, press and hold
the clear key.
To insert a space, press 0. To move the cursor to the next line, press 0 three times.
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■ Predictive text input
To enter any letter with a single keypress, use predictive text input. To select the
predictive text input, press *, and select Activate predictive text. This activates
predictive text input for all editors in the phone.
1. To write the desired word, press the keys 2–9. Press each key only once for one
letter. The word changes after every keypress.
For the most common punctuation marks, press 1. For more punctuation marks
and special characters, press and hold *.
To erase a character, press the clear key. To erase more characters, press and
hold the clear key.
2. When you have finished the word and it is correct, to confirm it, scroll forward
or insert a space.
If the word is not correct, to view the matching words the dictionary has found
one by one, press * repeatedly.
If the ? character is shown after the word, the word you intended to write is
not in the dictionary. To add a word to the dictionary, select Spell. Enter the
word (up to 32 letters) using traditional text input, and select OK. The word is
added to the dictionary. When the dictionary becomes full, a new word
replaces the oldest added word.
Write compound words
Write the first half of a compound word, and scroll forward to confirm it. Write
the last part of the compound word, and to complete the compound word, press 0
to add a space.
■ Copy and delete text
1. To select letters and words, press and hold #, and at the same time scroll left or
right. As the selection moves, text is highlighted. To select lines of text, press
and hold #, and at the same time scroll up or down.
2. To copy the text to the clipboard, press and hold #, and at the same time select
Copy.
If you want to delete the selected text from the document, press the clear key.
3. To insert the text, scroll to the insertion point, press and hold #, and at the
same time select Paste.
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5. Messaging
You can create, send, receive, view, edit, and organize text messages, multimedia
messages, e-mail messages, presentations, and documents. You can also receive
messages and data using Bluetooth wireless technology, receive and forward
picture messages, receive service messages and cell broadcast messages, and send
service commands.
To open the Messaging menu, select Menu > Messaging. You can see the New
message function and a list of default folders:
Inbox—contains received messages except e-mail and cell broadcast
messages. E-mail messages are saved in the Mailbox folder. To read cell broadcast
messages, select Options > Cell broadcast.
My folders—for organizing your messages into folders
Mailbox—for connecting to your remote mailbox to retrieve your new e-mail
messages or viewing your previously retrieved e-mail messages offline. After you
define settings for a new mailbox, the name given to that mailbox is displayed
instead of Mailbox.
Drafts—saves draft messages that have not been sent.
Sent—saves the messages that are sent, excluding messages sent using
Bluetooth.
Outbox—temporarily saves the messages waiting to be sent.
Reports (network service)—saves the delivery reports of the text messages,
special message types such as business cards, and multimedia messages you have
sent. Receiving a delivery report of a multimedia message that has been sent to an
e-mail address may not be possible.
■ Write and send messages
Your device supports the sending of text messages beyond the character limit for a single
message. Longer messages are sent as a series of two or more messages. Your service
provider may charge accordingly. Characters that use accents or other marks, and characters
from some language options, take up more space, limiting the number of characters that can
be sent in a single message.
The wireless network may limit the size of MMS messages. If the inserted picture exceeds
this limit, the device may make it smaller so that it can be sent by MMS.
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Only devices that have compatible features can receive and display multimedia messages.
The appearance of a message may vary depending on the receiving device.
Before you can send and receive an SMS message, a multimedia message, or an
e-mail, or connect to your remote mailbox, you must have the correct connection
settings in place. See “Messaging settings,” p. 37.
1. To create a message, select Menu > Messaging > New message and the
message type. To create an Audio message, see “Audio messaging,” p. 32.
2. Press the scroll key to select the recipients or groups from Contacts or enter
the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient in the To field. Separate
recipients with a semicolon (;).
3. When creating an e-mail or multimedia message, scroll down to the subject
field, and write the message subject.
4. Scroll down to the message field, and write the message.
When you write text messages, the message length indicator shows how many
characters you can enter in the message. For example, 10 (2) means that you
can still add 10 characters for the text to be sent as two separate text
messages.
To use a template for the text message, select Options > Insert > Template. To
create a presentation based on a template to be sent as a multimedia message,
select Options > Create presentation. To use a text template for the
multimedia message, select Options > Insert object > Template.
To add a media object to a multimedia message, select Options > Insert
object > Image, Sound clip, or Video clip. To create and add a new media
object, select Options > Insert new > Image, Sound clip, Video clip or Slide.
When sound is added,
is shown.
To add a media object to an e-mail, select Options > Insert > Image, Sound
clip, Video clip, Note, Other or Template.
5. To send the message, select Options > Send.
Audio messaging
Audio messages are multimedia messages that consist of a single sound clip. To
create and send an audio message:
1. Select Menu > Messaging > New message > Audio message.
2. In the To field, press the scroll key to choose the recipients from Contacts, or
enter the phone number or e-mail address. Scroll down to the message field.
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3. To record a new sound clip, press the scroll key, or select Options > Insert
sound clip > New sound clip. The recording starts.
To use a previously recorded sound clip, select Options > Insert sound clip >
From Gallery, scroll to the sound clip, and select it. The sound clip has to be in
.amr format.
To play the sound clip, select Options > Play sound clip.
4. To send the message, select Options > Send.
E-mail settings
Before you use e-mail, you must do the following:
• Configure an internet access point (IAP) correctly. See “Connection,” p. 76.
• Define your e-mail settings correctly. See “E-mail settings,” p. 39.
Follow the instructions given by your e-mail service provider and internet service
provider.
■ Inbox—receive messages
Select Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
When there are unread messages in the inbox, the icon changes to
.
To open a received message, select Menu > Messaging > Inbox and the desired
message.
Important: Exercise caution when opening messages. Multimedia message objects
may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC.
View multimedia objects
To view the list of media objects that are included in the multimedia message,
open the message, and select Options > Objects. You can open objects in
supported formats, and save the file in your phone or send it using Bluetooth
technology or as a multimedia message to another compatible device.
Special message types
Your phone can receive many kinds of messages, such as operator logos, business
cards, calendar entries, and ringing tones.
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To open a received message, select Menu > Messaging > Inbox and the desired
message. You can save the special message content to your phone. For example, to
save a received calendar entry to the calendar, select Options > Save to Calendar.
Note: The picture message function can be used only if it is supported by your
service provider. Only compatible devices that offer picture message features can
receive and display picture messages. The appearance of a message may vary
depending on the receiving device.
Service messages
Service messages (network service) are notifications (for example, news
headlines) that may contain a text message or the address of a browser service.
For availability and subscription, contact your service provider.
■ My folders
You can organize your messages into folders, create new folders, and rename and
delete folders.
Select Menu > Messaging > My folders. To create a folder, select Options > New
folder, and enter a name for the folder.
■ Mailbox
Select Menu > Messaging > Mailbox.
When you open Mailbox, Connect to mailbox? is displayed. Select Yes to connect
to your mailbox (network service) or No to view previously retrieved e-mail
messages offline.
To connect to the mailbox afterwards, select Options > Connect.
When you create a new mailbox, the name you give to the mailbox replaces
Mailbox. You can have up to six mailboxes.
When you are online, to end the data connection to the remote mailbox, select
Options > Disconnect.
Retrieve e-mail messages from the mailbox
Important: Exercise caution when opening messages. E-mail messages may
contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC.
1. Select Menu > Messaging > Mailbox > Options > Connect.
2. Select Options > Retrieve e-mail and from the following options:
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New—to retrieve all new e-mail messages to your phone
Selected—to retrieve only the e-mail messages that have been marked
All—to retrieve all messages from the mailbox
3. After you retrieve the e-mail messages, you can continue viewing them online.
Select Options > Disconnect to close the connection and to view the retrieved
e-mail messages and headings offline.
4. To open an e-mail message, select it. If the e-mail message has not been
retrieved and you are offline and select Open, you are asked if you want to
retrieve this message from the mailbox.
To view e-mail attachments, indicated with , select Options > Attachments.
You can retrieve, open, or save attachments in supported formats.
Delete e-mail messages
To delete an e-mail message from the phone and retain it in the remote mailbox,
select Menu > Messaging > Mailbox > Options > Delete > Phone only. The
e-mail heading stays in your phone. To remove the heading as well, delete the
e-mail message from your remote mailbox first, then connect your phone to the
remote mailbox to update the status.
To delete an e-mail from the phone and the remote mailbox, select Options >
Delete > Phone and server.
To cancel deletion of an e-mail from both the phone and server, scroll to an e-mail
that has been marked to be deleted during the next connection, and select
Options > Restore.
■ Outbox
The outbox folder is a temporary storage place for messages that are waiting to be
sent. To access the outbox folder, select Menu > Messaging > Outbox. Message
statuses:
Sending—The phone is sending the message.
Waiting or Queued—The phone is waiting to send messages or e-mail.
Resend at ... (time)—Sending failed. The phone tries to send the message again
after a time-out period. To retry sending the message immediately, select
Options > Send.
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Deferred—To put documents to be on hold while they are in the outbox folder,
scroll to a message that is being sent, and select Options > Defer sending.
Failed—The maximum number of sending attempts has been reached.
■ Message reader
With Msg. reader, you can listen to received text, multimedia, and e-mail
messages.
To listen to a message in Inbox or Mailbox, scroll to the message or mark the
messages, and select Options > Listen. To skip to the next message, scroll down.
Tip: When 1 new message or New e-mail is displayed in the standby mode,
to listen to the received messages, press and hold the left selection key
until Msg. reader starts.
Message reader settings
To select the default language and voice used for reading messages and adjust the
voice properties, such as rate and volume. Select Menu > Settings > Speech.
To automatically detect the language of a message and read the message using
that language, select Language detection > On. When reading a message, if there
is no voice available for the language or if Language detection is set to Off, the
default language is used.
To view details of a voice, scroll right, scroll to the voice, and select Options >
Voice details. To test a voice, scroll to the voice, and select Options > Play voice.
■ View messages on the SIM card
Before you can view SIM messages, you need to copy them to a folder in your
phone.
1. Select Menu > Messaging > Options > SIM messages.
2. Mark the messages you want to copy.
3. To copy the marked messages, select Options > Copy, and the folder to which
you want to copy the messages.
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■ Cell broadcast messages
You may be able to receive messages, such as weather or traffic conditions from
your service provider (network service). To turn on the service, see Cell broadcast
in “Cell broadcast settings,” p. 40.
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Cell broadcast.
A packet data connection may prevent cell broadcast reception.
■ Service commands
To enter and send service commands (also known as USSD commands) such as
activation commands for network services to your service provider, select Menu >
Messaging > Options > Service command. To send the command, select
Options > Send.
■ Messaging settings
Text message settings
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > Text message and from the
following options:
Message centres—lists all the defined message centers
Message centre in use —defines which message center is used for delivering text
messages and special message types such as business cards
Character encoding > Full support—to select all characters in the message to be
sent as viewed. If you select Reduced support, characters with accents and other
marks may be converted to other characters.
Receive report (network service)—When set to Yes, the status of the sent message
(Pending, Failed, Delivered) is shown in Reports.
Message validity—If the recipient of a message cannot be reached within the
validity period, the message is removed from the message service center. Note
that the network must support this feature.
Message sent as—to define how the message is sent. Default is Text.
Preferred connection—You can send text messages using the normal GSM network
or, if supported by the network, packet data.
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Reply via same centre (network service)—If you select Yes, and the recipient replies
to your message, the return message is sent using the same message service
center number. Some networks do not provide this option.
Multimedia messaging settings
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > Multimedia message and from
the following options:
Image size—Define the size of the image in a multimedia message. If you select
Original, the image is not scaled.
MMS creation mode—If you select Guided, the phone informs you if you try to
send a message that may not be supported by the recipient. To set the phone to
prevent you from sending messages that are not supported, select Restricted. If
you select Free, message creation is not restricted, but the recipient may not be
able to view your message.
Access point in use—Select which access point is used as the preferred connection
for multimedia messaging.
Multimedia retrieval—To receive multimedia messages only when you are in your
home network, select Auto in home netw.. To always receive multimedia messages,
select Always automatic. To retrieve messages manually, select Manual. To not
receive any multimedia messages or advertisements, select Off.
Allow anon. msgs.—To reject messages coming from an anonymous sender, select
No.
Receive adverts—Define whether you want to allow reception of multimedia
message advertisements.
Receive report—If you want the status of the sent message (Pending, Failed, or
Delivered) to be shown in Reports, select Yes. Receiving a delivery report of a
multimedia message that has been sent to an e-mail address may not be possible.
Deny report sending > Yes—to deny sending delivery reports
Message validity (network service)—If the recipient of a message cannot be
reached within the validity period, the message is removed from the multimedia
message center.
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E-mail settings
Settings for mailboxes
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > E-mail > Mailboxes and a
mailbox.
If no mailbox settings have been defined before, you are asked if you want to
define the settings.
Connection settings > Incoming e-mail and Outgoing e-mail—To define the
correct settings, contact your e-mail service provider.
User settings
Select User settings and from the following settings:
My name—Enter the name to be displayed in outgoing e-mail.
Send message (network service)—To set when your e-mail messages are sent,
select Immediately or During next conn..
Send copy to self—Select Yes to send a copy of the e-mail to the address defined in
My e-mail address.
Include signature—Select Yes to attach a signature to your e-mail messages and
to create or edit a signature text.
New e-mail alerts—To not receive alerts about new e-mail, select Off.
Retrieval settings
Select Retrieval settings and from the following settings:
E-mail to retrieve—To only retrieve headers, select Headers only. To limit how
much data is retrieved, select Size limit, and enter the maximum amount of data
per message in kilobytes. To retrieve messages and attachments, select Msgs. &
attachs.. The Size limit and Msgs. & attachs. options are only available with POP3
mailboxes.
Retrieval amount—To limit the number of messages to retrieve from the inbox of
the remote mailbox, select From Inbox > No. of e-mails and enter the maximum
number of messages to retrieve. You can also limit the number of messages to
retrieve from other subscribed folders in From folders (only IMAP4 mailboxes).
IMAP4 folder path (only IMAP4 mailboxes)—Define the folder path for IMAP4
mailboxes.
Folder subscriptions (only IMAP4 mailboxes)—Select the mailbox folders you want
to subscribe to. To subscribe to or unsubscribe from a folder, scroll to it, and select
Options > Subscribe or Cancel subscription.
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Automatic retrieval
Select Automatic retrieval and from the following settings:
E-mail notifications—To automatically retrieve the headers to your device when
you receive new e-mail in your remote mailbox, select Auto-update or Only in
home netw..
E-mail retrieval—To have e-mail headers automatically retrieved at set intervals,
select Enabled, or if you only want headers to be retrieved in your home network,
select Only in home netw.. Headers can be automatically retrieved for two
mailboxes at most. You can set on which days, at what times, and how frequently
the headers are retrieved in Retrieval days, Retrieval hours, and Retrieval interval.
E-mail notifications and E-mail retrieval cannot be active at the same time.
Service message settings
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > Service message and from the
following settings:
Service messages—Allow or deny the reception of service messages.
Download messages—Download messages automatically or manually.
Cell broadcast settings
Check with your service provider whether cell broadcast (network service) is
available and what the available topics and related topic numbers are.
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > Cell broadcast and from the
following settings:
Reception—Select On or Off.
Language—Select in which languages cell broadcast messages are received.
Topic detection—To automatically save previously unknown topic numbers in
received cell broadcast messages, select On.
Other settings
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > Settings > Other and from the following
settings:
Save sent messages—Select to save a copy of every sent text message, multimedia
message, or e-mail to the Sent folder.
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Number of saved msgs.—Define how many sent messages are saved to the sent
items folder at a time. When the limit is reached, the oldest message is deleted.
Memory in use—Select whether to save messages to the phone memory or
memory card.
■ Instant messaging
Instant messaging (IM) allows you to converse with others and join discussion
forums (IM groups) with specific topics (network service).
Check the availability of IM services, pricing, and tariffs with your service provider.
Service providers also provide instructions on how to use their services.
Connect to an IM server
Select Menu > Applications > IM.
1. To log in, select Options > Log in.
2. Enter your user ID and password.
To log out, select Options > Log out.
IM settings
Select Menu > Applications > IM > Options > Settings.
To edit the IM application settings, select Preferences. To set who is allowed to see
when you are online, select Show my availability. To set who is allowed to send
you messages or invitations, select Allow messages from or Allow invitations from.
To edit IM server connection settings, select Servers, scroll to the server, and select
Options > Edit. Contact your service provider for the settings. To define new
server settings, select Options > New server.
To choose the default server, select Default server and the server.
To be automatically connected to the IM server during the days and times you
define, select IM login type > Automatic. To only be automatically connected
while in your home network, select Auto in home netw.. To be automatically
connected when you start the IM application, select On app. start-up. To connect
manually, select Manual.
To set days and times when to establish a connection automatically, select
Automatic login days and Automatic login hrs..
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Join and leave an IM group
Select Menu > Applications > IM > IM groups.
IM groups are only available if supported by the service provider.
To join an IM group, select it, and enter your screen name. To join an IM group not
on the list, but whose group ID you know, select Options > Join new group, and
enter the group ID.
To leave the IM group, select Options > Leave IM group.
Search for IM groups and users
To search for groups, select Menu > Applications > IM > IM groups > Options >
Search. You can search IM groups by Group name, Topic, or Members (user ID). To
join or save a group that is found in the search, scroll to it, and select Options >
Join or Save.
To search for new contacts, select IM contacts > Options > New IM contact >
Search from server. To start a conversation with a new user, scroll to the user, and
select Options > Open conversation. To save the new contact, select Add to IM
contacts.
Chat in an IM group
Select Menu > Applications > IM > IM groups.
After you join an IM group, you can view the messages that are exchanged in the
group, and send your own messages.
To send a message, write the message, and press the scroll key or the call key.
To send a private message to a member (if allowed in the group), select Options >
Send private message, select the recipient, write the message, and press the
scroll key.
To reply to a private message sent to you, scroll to the message, and select
Options > Reply.
To invite IM contacts who are online to join the IM group (if allowed in the group),
select Options > Send invitation, select the contacts you want to invite, write the
invitation message, and select Send.
Start and view individual conversations
Select Menu > Applications > IM > Conversations.
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This shows a list of the IM users with whom you have an ongoing conversation.
next to a user indicates that you have received a new message from that user.
To view an ongoing conversation, select the user. To send a message, write your
message, and press the scroll key. To return to the conversations list without
closing the conversation, select Back.
To start a new conversation, select Options > New conversation > Select from
contacts and from a list of your saved IM contacts that are currently online; or
select Enter user ID to enter the user ID.
To close the conversation, select Options > End conversation.
To save a user to your IM contacts, scroll to the user, and select Options > Add to
IM contacts.
To block messages from a user, scroll to the user, and select Options > Blocking
options > Add to blocked list.
IM contacts
Select Menu > Applications > IM > IM contacts.
To create a new contact manually, select Options > New IM contact > Enter
manually. Fill in the User ID and Nickname fields, and select Done.
To start or continue a conversation with a contact, scroll to the contact, and select
Options > Open conversation.
Create a new IM group
Select Menu > Applications > IM > IM groups > Options > Create new group.
Enter the settings for the group.
Restrict access to an IM group
To create a closed IM group, create a group members list. Only the users on the list
are allowed to join the group. Select the IM groups view, scroll to the group, and
select Options > Group > Settings > Group members > Selected only.
6. Contacts
You can save and manage contact information, such as names, phone numbers,
and addresses.
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■ Manage contacts
Select Menu > Contacts.
To add a new contact, select Options > New contact. Fill in the fields you want,
and select Done.
To edit a contact, scroll to it, and select Options > Edit.
To assign default numbers and addresses to a contact, select it, and select
Options > Defaults. Scroll to the desired default option, and select Assign.
To copy names and numbers from a SIM card to your phone, select Options > SIM
contacts > SIM directory. Scroll to the name you want to copy or mark the desired
names, and select Options > Copy to Contacts.
By default, the contact information is saved in the phone memory. To copy a
phone, fax, or pager number from contacts to your SIM card, scroll to the contact
you want to copy, and select Options > Copy > To SIM directory.
To view the list of fixed dialing numbers, select Options > SIM contacts > Fixed
dial contacts. This setting is only shown if supported by your SIM card.
When fixed dialing is activated, calls may be possible to the official emergency number
programmed into your device.
■ Manage contact groups
Create a contact group so that you can send text or e-mail messages to several
recipients at the same time.
1. Select Menu > Contacts.
2. Scroll to the right, and select Options > New group.
3. Enter a name for the group, and select the group.
4. Select Options > Add members.
5. Mark the contacts you want to add to the group, and select OK.
■ Add a ringing tone
You can set a ringing tone (also a video ringing tone) for each contact and group.
1. Select Menu > Contacts.
2. To add a ringing tone to a contact, select the contact, Options > Ringing tone,
and the desired ringing tone.
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To add a ringing tone to a group, scroll right to the groups list, and scroll to a
contact group. Select Options > Ringing tone and the ringing tone for the
group.
To remove the personal or group ringing tone, select Default tone as a ringing
tone.
7. Media
■ Gallery
Use Gallery to save and organize your images, videos, music tracks, sound clips,
playlists, streaming links, .ram files, and presentations.
Select Menu > Gallery. To open a folder (such as Images), select it.
To open a file, select it. The file opens in its corresponding application.
You can transfer videos to your phone from a compatible PC, and download video
clips from compatible internet video services to your phone using packet data.
To set an image as a wallpaper, select Images, and scroll to the image. Select
Options > Use image > Set as wallpaper. To assign the image to a contact, select
Assign to contact.
To set a video as a video ringing tone, select Videos, and scroll to the video. Select
Options > Use video > Set as ringing tone. To assign the video for a contact, select
Assign to contact.
To copy files to phone memory or to the memory card, scroll to the file or mark the
files, and select Options > Organise > Copy to phone mem. or Copy to memory
card.
To create image or video folders and move files to them, select Images or Videos,
and scroll to a file. Select Options > Organise > New folder and the memory, and
enter a name for the folder. Mark the files you want to move to the folder, and
select Options > Organise > Move to folder and the folder.
Download files
Select Menu > Gallery, the folder for the file type you want to download, and the
download function (for example, Images > Downl. graphics). The browser opens.
Choose a bookmark for the site to download from.
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Edit images
To edit images in Gallery, scroll to the image, and select Options > Edit.
To crop an image, select Options > Apply effect > Crop. To crop the image size
manually, select Manual or a predefined aspect ratio from the list. If you select
Manual, a cross appears in the upper left corner of the image. Scroll to select the
area to crop, and select Set. Another cross appears in the lower right corner. Again
select the area to be cropped. To adjust the first selected area, select Back. The
selected areas form a rectangle, which forms the cropped image.
If you selected a predefined aspect ratio, select the upper left corner of the area to
be cropped. To resize the highlighted area, use the scroll key. To freeze the
selected area, press the scroll key. To move the area within the picture, use the
scroll key. To select the area to be cropped, press the scroll key.
To reduce redness of the eyes in an image, select Options > Apply effect > Red eye
reduction. Move the cross onto the eye, and press the scroll key. A loop appears on
the display. To resize the loop to fit the size of the eye, scroll up, down, left, or
right. To reduce the redness, press the scroll key.
Shortcuts in the image editor:
• To view an image in the full screen, press *. To return to the normal view, press *
again.
• To rotate an image clockwise or counterclockwise, press 3 or 1.
• To zoom in or out, press 5 or 0.
• To move on a zoomed image, scroll up, down, left, or right.
Edit video clips
To edit videos in Gallery and create custom video clips, scroll to a video clip, and
select Options > Video editor > Options > Edit video clip.
In the video editor you can see two timelines: video clip timeline and sound clip
timeline. The images, text, and transitions added to a video are shown on the
video clip timeline. To switch between the timelines, scroll up or down.
To modify the video, select from the following Edit video clip options:
Cut—Trims the video clip in the cut video clip view.
Add colour effect—Inserts a color effect on the video clip.
Use slow motion—Slows the speed of the video clip.
Mute sound or Unmute sound—Mutes or unmutes the original video clip sound.
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Move—Moves the video clip to the selected location.
Adjust volume—Adjusts the volume level.
Remove—Removes the video clip from the video.
Duplicate—Makes a copy of the selected video clip.
Edit text (shown only if you added text)—To move, remove, or duplicate text;
change the color and style of the text; define how long it stays on the screen; and
add effects to the text.
Edit image (shown only if you added an image)—To move, remove, or duplicate an
image; define how long it stays on the screen; and set a background or a color
effect to the image.
Edit sound clip (shown only if you have added a sound clip)—To cut or move the
sound clip, to adjust its length, or to remove or duplicate the clip.
Edit transition—There are three types of transitions: at the start of a video, at the
end of a video, and transitions between video clips. You can select start transition
when the first transition of the video is active.
Insert—Select Video clip, Image, Text, Sound clip, or New sound clip.
Movie—Preview the movie in the full screen or as a thumbnail, save or send the
movie, or cut the movie to a proper size for sending it in a multimedia message.
To take a snapshot of a video clip, in the cut video view, select Options > Take
snapshot. In the thumbnail preview view, press the scroll key, and select Take
snapshot.
To save your video, select Options > Movie > Save. To define the Memory in use,
select Options > Settings.
To send the video, select Send > Via multimedia, Via e-mail, or Via Bluetooth.
Contact your service provider for details of the maximum multimedia message
size that you can send. If your video is too large to send in a multimedia message,
appears.
Transfer videos from PC
To transfer videos from a compatible PC, use a compatible USB cable or Bluetooth
connectivity.
The requirements of the PC for video transfer:
• Microsoft Windows XP operating system (or later)
• Nokia PC Suite 6.83 or later
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• Nokia Video Manager application (a add-on application to PC Suite)
To transfer videos use Nokia Video Manager, connect the compatible USB cable or
activate Bluetooth connection, and select PC Suite as the connection mode.
To change the default USB connection mode, select Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > USB > USB mode.
Nokia Video Manager is optimized for transcoding and transferring video files. For
information about transferring video with Nokia Video Manager, see the Nokia
Video Manager help.
■ Camera
To use the main camera, press the camera key, or select Menu > Media > Camera.
To take a self portrait, select Options > Use secondary camera.
To capture an image, press the
camera key. The image is saved to
Images in Gallery, and the image
is displayed. To return to the
viewfinder, select Back. To delete
the image, press the clear key.
To zoom in or out, scroll up or down.
To capture images sequentially, select Options > Sequence mode > On. When you
press the scroll key, the camera captures six images in short intervals and displays
the images in a grid.
To turn the flash on (available only in the main camera), select Options > Flash >
On. If you select Automatic, flash is used automatically when necessary.
Keep a safe distance when using the flash. Do not use the flash on people or animals at close
range. Do not cover the flash while taking a picture.
In dim lighting, to use night mode, select Options > Night mode > On.
To use the self-timer, select Options > Self-timer and the time you want the
camera to wait before capturing the image. Press the scroll key, and the timer
starts.
To adjust the white balance or color tone (available only in the main camera),
select Options > Adjust > White balance or Colour tone.
To record a video, select Options > Video mode, or scroll right.
on the upper
left of the display indicates the video mode. To start the recording, press the
camera key or the scroll key. To stop the recording, press the camera key.
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To use the panorama mode, select Options > Panorama mode, or scroll right.
on the upper left of the display indicates the panorama mode. Press the
camera key to start capturing a panorama image. The panorama preview is shown
on the display. Turn slowly to the right or left. You cannot change the direction.
You turn too fast if the arrow on the display is red. To stop the panorama, press the
camera key again.
Camera settings
Your device supports an image capture resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels.
To change camera settings, select Menu > Media > Camera > Options > Settings.
Select Image and from the following settings:
Image quality, Resolution (Camera 1), and Resolution (Camera 2) — The better the
image quality and the higher the resolution, the more memory the image
consumes.
Show captured image — To not display the image after capturing, select No.
Default image name — Change how the captured images are named.
Memory in use — Select whether you want to save your images in the phone
memory or on the memory card.
Select Video and from the following settings:
Length — If set to Maximum, the length of the recorded video is only restricted by
the available memory. If set to Short, the recording time is optimized for MMS
sending.
Resolution (Camera 1) and Resolution (Camera 2) — Select the video resolution.
Default video name — Select how the video clips are named.
Memory in use — Select whether you want to save your video clips in the phone
memory or on the memory card.
■ Music player
To open the music player, select Menu > Music player.
Music library
Music library is a database of the available music tracks. In the music library, you
can choose the music to listen to, and create and manage track lists.
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To open the music library, in the music player main view, select Options > Music
library.
To update the music library and search for music tracks in the device memory and
on the memory card, select Options > Update Music library.
You can select music to listen to from the music library in different ways. For
example, to play a specific album, select Albums, scroll to the album, and select
Options > Play. To listen to specific tracks on the album, select Albums and an
album, mark the tracks, and select Options > Play.
Track lists
To compile and save your own track list, select Track lists > Options > New track
list. Select the memory in which to save the track list, and enter a name for the
track list. Mark the desired tracks, and press the scroll key.
To listen to a track list, select Track lists, scroll to the track list, and select
Options > Play.
You can add tracks to a saved track list from other views. For example, to add an
album, select Albums, locate the album, scroll to it, and select Options > Add to
track list > Saved track list. Select the track list to which to add the album.
Listen to music
Warning: Listen to music at a moderate level. Continuous exposure to high
volume may damage your hearing. Do not hold the device near your ear when the
loudspeaker is in use, because the volume may be extremely loud.
To start playing or pause playback, press the scroll key. To skip to the next or
previous track, scroll down or up. To fast forward or rewind, press and hold the
scroll key down or up.
To see the currently playing track list, select Options > Open ’Now playing’.
To return to the standby mode and leave the music player in the background, press
the power key.
To play the music tracks repeatedly, select Options > Loop. Select All to repeat all
the currently playing tracks, One to repeat the currently playing track, or Off to
not repeat tracks.
To play music in random order, select Options > Random play > On.
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Audio settings
To adjust the tone of the sound and apply effects to the sound, select Options >
Audio settings.
Equaliser
To enhance or diminish frequencies during music playback and modify how your
music sounds, select Options > Audio settings > Equaliser.
To use a preset, scroll to it, and select Options > Activate.
Create a new preset
1. To create a new preset, select Options > New preset, and enter the preset
name.
2. To move between frequency bands, scroll left or right. To enhance or diminish
sound in the frequency band, scroll up or down.
3. Select Back.
■ Recorder
The voice recorder allows you to record phone conversations and voice memos. If
you record a phone conversation, all parties hear a beeping sound during
recording.
Recorded files are stored in Gallery. See “Gallery,” p. 45.
Select Menu > Media > Recorder. To record a sound clip, select Options > Record
sound clip, or select . To listen to the recording, select .
■ RealPlayer
With RealPlayer, you can play media files such as video clips saved in the phone
memory or memory card, or stream media files over the air by opening a streaming
link. RealPlayer does not support all file formats or all the variations of file
formats.
To open RealPlayer, select Menu > Media > RealPlayer.
Play media files
To play a media file in RealPlayer, select Options > Open and from the following:
Most recent clips—to play media files that you have recently played
Saved clip—to play media files saved in the phone or memory card
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To stream content over the air:
• Select a streaming link saved in the gallery. A connection to the streaming
server is established.
• Open a streaming link while browsing the web.
To stream live content, you must first configure your default access point. See
“Access points,” p. 76.
Many service providers require you to use an internet access point (IAP) for your
default access point. Other service providers allow you to use a WAP access point.
Contact your service provider for more information.
In RealPlayer, you can only open an rtsp:// URL address. You cannot open an http:/
/ URL address; however, RealPlayer recognizes an http link to a .ram file since a
.ram file is a text file containing an rtsp link.
Warning: Do not hold the device near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use,
because the volume may be extremely loud.
Shortcuts during play
Scroll up to seek forward or down to seek back in the media file.
Press the volume keys to increase or decrease the sound volume.
■ Visual Radio
You can use the Visual Radio application as an FM radio with automatic tuning
and preset stations or with parallel visual information related to the radio
program if you tune in to stations that offer Visual Radio service. The Visual Radio
service uses packet data (network service).
To use the Visual Radio service, the following requirements must be met:
• The radio station and your service provider must support this service.
• Your internet access point must be defined for access to the network
operator’s Visual Radio server.
• The radio station must have the correct Visual Radio service ID defined and
have Visual Radio service enabled.
Visual Radio cannot be started when the phone is in the offline mode.
The FM radio depends on an antenna other than the wireless device antenna. A compatible
headset or enhancement needs to be attached to the device for the FM radio to function
properly.
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Warning: Listen to music at a moderate level. Continuous exposure to high volume
may damage your hearing. Do not hold the device near your ear when the
loudspeaker is in use, because the volume may be extremely loud.
You can make a call or answer an incoming call while listening to the radio. The
radio is muted when there is an active call.
To open Visual Radio, select Menu > Media > Radio.
To turn the radio off, select Exit.
Tune and save a radio station
To start the station search when the radio is on, select
or
. Searching stops
when a station is found. To save the station, select Options > Save station. Select
a location for the station. Enter the name of the station, and select OK.
Radio functions
To adjust the volume, press the volume keys.
Select
or
to scroll to the next or previous saved station. The buttons are
inactive if there are no saved stations.
When using a compatible headset, press the headset key to scroll to the next
saved radio station.
To save the current station, select Options > Save station, a preset position, and
enter the station name.
To set the station frequency manually, select Options > Manual tuning.
To listen to the radio in the background and go to the standby mode, select
Options > Play in background.
Station list
When the radio is on, select Options > Stations. The station list is used for
managing the saved radio stations.
Station setup
Scroll to a station in the station list, press the scroll key, and select Edit to change
the station parameters.
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View visual content
To check availability and costs, and to subscribe to the service, contact your
service provider.
To view visual content of the current station, select
.
If the visual service ID was not saved in the station list, you are asked for the visual
service ID. Enter the visual service ID, and select OK. If you do not have the visual
service ID, select Retrieve to access the station directory (network service).
To end the visual content feed but not the FM radio, select Close.
To set light settings and the power saver time-out, select Options > Display
settings.
Visual Radio settings
When the radio is on, select Options > Settings and the following:
Start-up tone—to enable or disable the start-up tone
Auto-start service—to enable or disable the automatic display of visual content
Access point—to select the access point
Station directory
With the station directory (network service) you can select Visual Radio enabled
or traditional radio stations from a list, grouped in folders.
To check availability and costs, and to subscribe to the service, contact your
service provider.
Access from the visual content view
To retrieve the visual service ID and to start visual content for the currently tuned
radio station, select
and Retrieve. After the connection to the station
directory is established, select the nearest location to your current position from a
list of folders, and press the scroll key.
The device compares the frequencies of the listed radio stations with the currently
tuned in frequency. If a matching frequency is found, the visual service ID of the
tuned radio station is displayed. Select OK to start viewing the visual content.
If there is more than one radio station with matching frequencies, the radio
stations and their visual service ID are displayed in a list.
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Select the desired radio station. The tuned radio station and the visual service ID
are displayed. Select OK to start viewing the visual content.
Access from options
To access the station directory (network service) from the station list, select
Options > Station directory.
After the connection to the station directory, select the nearest location to your
current position from a list of locations.
Radio stations that provide visual content are indicated with
.
Select the desired radio station and from the following options:
Listen—to tune to the highlighted radio station. To confirm the frequency setting,
select Yes.
Start visual service—to open the visual content of the selected radio station (if
available)
Save—to save the details of the selected radio station to the station list
Details—to view channel information
■ Flash Player
With Flash Player, you can view, play, and interact with flash files made for mobile
devices.
Select Menu > Media > Flash Player.
To open a folder or play a flash file, select it.
8. Positioning
■ GPS data
This feature is not designed to support positioning requests for related calls.
Contact your service provider for more information about how your phone
complies with government regulations on location-based emergency calling
services.
GPS data is a GPS application that enables you to view your current location, find
your way to a desired location, and track distance. GPS data requires an external
GPS receiver with Bluetooth connectivity to operate and you must have Bluetooth
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GPS positioning method enabled in Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > General >
Positioning > Positioning methods.
Select Menu > Applications > My own > GPS data.
In GPS data and Landmarks, coordinates are expressed in degrees and decimal
degrees format using WGS-84 coordinate system.
■ Landmarks
Landmarks are coordinates to geographic locations that you can save to your
device for later use in different location-based services. You can create landmarks
using a Bluetooth GPS enhancement or network (network service).
Select Menu > Applications > My own > Landmarks.
9. Web
To browse web pages written in XHTML, WML, or HTML, select Menu > Web, or
press and hold 0 in the standby mode.
You can download items such as ringing tones, images, operator logos, software,
and video clips using the mobile browser.
Check the availability of services, pricing, and tariffs with your service provider.
Service providers also give you instructions on how to use their services.
Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringing tones), and other
content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.
Important: Only install and use applications and other software from trusted
sources, such as applications that are Symbian Signed or have passed the Java
VerifiedTM testing.
■ Set up the phone for the browser service
Your device may configure the WAP or internet access point automatically based
on your SIM card.
You can use Settings wizard to configure WAP or internet access point settings.
See “Settings wizard,” p. 13.
You may receive service settings in a configuration message from the service
provider.
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To define an access point manually, see Access points in “Connection,” p. 76.
■ Connection security
If the security indicator is displayed during a connection, the data transmission
between the device and the internet gateway or server is encrypted.
The security icon does not indicate that the data transmission between the gateway and the
content server (or place where the requested resource is stored) is secure. The service
provider secures the data transmission between the gateway and the content server.
To view details about the connection, encryption status, and information about
server authentication, select Options > Tools > Page info.
Security features may be required for some services, such as banking services. For
such connections you need security certificates. For more information, contact
your service provider. See also “Certificate management,” p. 72.
■ Make a connection
To access web pages, do the following:
• Select the home page (
) of your service provider.
• Select a bookmark from the bookmarks view.
• In the bookmarks view, start entering the address of the web page, and select
Go to.
■ Manage bookmarks
Your device may have preinstalled bookmarks and links for third-party internet sites. You
may also access other third-party sites through your device. Third-party sites are not
affiliated with Nokia, and Nokia does not endorse or assume liability for them. If you choose
to access such sites, you should take precautions for security or content.
Bookmarks are indicated by the following icons:
The starting page defined for the default access point.
The automatic bookmarks folder contains bookmarks (
automatically when you browse pages.
) that are collected
Any bookmark showing the title or internet address of the bookmark.
and
may be replaced with the website’s icon.
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Add bookmarks manually
1. In the bookmarks view, select Options > Bookmark manager > Add bookmark.
2. Fill in the fields.
3. Select Options > Save.
Send bookmarks
Scroll to a bookmark or mark several bookmarks, select Options > Tools > Send
and an option.
■ Browse web pages
Keys and commands for browsing
To open a link, make selections, or check boxes, press the scroll key.
To go to the previous page while browsing, select Back. If Back is not available,
select Options > Navigation options > History to view a chronological list of the
pages visited during a browsing session. To choose the desired page, scroll left or
right, and select it. The history list is cleared each time a session is closed.
To save a bookmark while browsing, select Options > Save as bookmark.
To retrieve the latest content from the server, select Options > Navigation
options > Reload.
To open the browser toolbar, scroll to an empty part of the page, and press and
hold the scroll key.
Keypad shortcuts while browsing
1—Open your bookmarks.
2—Search for keywords in the current page.
3—Return to the previous page.
5—List all open windows.
8—Show the page overview of the current page. Press 8 again to zoom in and view
the desired section of the page.
9—Enter a new web address.
0—Go to the start page.
* or #—Zoom the page in or out.
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Mini map
Mini map helps you navigate web pages that contain large amount of
information. Set Mini map on in browser settings. See “Browser settings,” p. 60.
Scroll through a large web page, and Mini map opens and displays an overview of
the web page you are browsing. To move in Mini map, scroll. When you stop
scrolling, Mini map disappears and the area outlined in Mini map is displayed.
Page overview
With Page overview, you can move more quickly to the desired part of a web page.
Page overview may not be available on all pages.
To show the page overview of the current page, press 8. To find the desired spot on
the page, scroll up or down. Press 8 again to zoom in and view the desired section
of the page.
Web feeds and blogs
Web feeds are .xml files on web pages that are widely used to share the latest
entry headlines or full text, for example, recent news in the form of news feeds.
Blogs or weblogs are web diaries. Most of the web feeds use RSS and ATOM
technologies.
The browser automatically detects if a web page contains web feeds. To subscribe
to a web feed, select Options > Subscribe and a feed, or click on the link. To view
the web feeds you have subscribed to, in the bookmarks view, select Web feeds.
To update a web feed, select it, and Options > Refresh.
To define how the web feeds are updated, select Options > Settings > Web feeds.
Saved pages
You can save pages and view them later offline.
To save a page while browsing, select Options > Tools > Save page.
To open the Saved pages view, in the bookmarks view, select Saved pages. To open
a page, select it.
To start a connection to the browser service and retrieve the page again, select
Options > Navigation options > Reload. The phone stays online after you reload
the page.
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■ End a connection
To end the connection and view the browser page offline, select Options > Tools >
Disconnect. To quit browsing, select Options > Exit.
■ Empty the cache
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, select Menu > Web > Options > Clear privacy data > Clear cache.
To clear all privacy data, including the cache, cookies, form data passwords, and
browsing history, select Menu > Web > Options > Clear privacy data > All.
■ Browser settings
Select Options > Settings > General, Page, Privacy or Web feeds, and from the
following:
General
Access point—Select the default access point.
Homepage—Define the address of the desired homepage.
Mini map—Set on or off.
History list—Select whether a list of the pages you have visited during the current
browsing session are displayed when you select Back.
Security warnings—Hide or show security notifications.
Java/ECMA Script—Enable or disable the use of scripts.
Page
Load content — Select what type of content is loaded automatically while
browsing. If you select Text only, to load images during browsing, select Options >
Tools > Load images.
Screen size—Choose how to use the display area for viewing pages.
Default encoding—When you select Automatic, the browser automatically tries to
choose the correct character encoding.
Block pop-ups—Allow or block automatic opening of different pop-ups while
browsing.
Automatic reload—Enable or disable automatic refresh of browser pages.
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Font size—Select the font size.
Privacy
Auto. bookmarks—Select On if you want the bookmarks to be automatically saved
in the Auto. bookmarks folder when you visit a page. When you select Hide folder,
the bookmarks are still automatically added to the folder.
Form data saving—If you do not want the data you enter to different forms on a
web page to be saved and used next time the page is entered, select Off.
Cookies—Enable or disable the receiving and sending of cookies (a means for
content providers to identify users and their preferences for frequently used
content).
Web feeds
Automatic updates—Define whether you want the web feeds to be updated
automatically or not, and how often you want to update them. Setting the
application to retrieve web feeds automatically may involve the transmission of
large amounts of data through your service provider's network. Contact your
service provider for information about data transmission charges.
Acc. point for auto-update—Select the desired access point for updating (only
available when Automatic updates is on).
10. Personalization
■ Themes
To change the look of your phone display, activate a theme. A theme can include
the standby mode wallpaper and power saver. You can edit a theme to personalize
your phone further.
Select Menu > Settings > Themes. To see a list of the available themes, select
General. The active theme is indicated by a check mark.
To preview a theme, scroll to the theme, and select Options > Preview. To activate
the previewed theme, select Set.
In Themes, you can also set the menu view type, set a custom wallpaper, and
personalize the look of the power saver.
To apply a theme, select Menu > Settings > Themes > General and a theme of
your choosing.
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■ Profiles
In Profiles, you can adjust and personalize the phone tones for different events,
environments, or caller groups. You can see the currently selected profile at the
top of the display in the standby mode. If the General profile is in use, only the
current date is shown.
Select Menu > Settings > Profiles.
To activate the profile, select the profile and Activate.
Tip: To quickly change to Silent profile from any other profile, in the
standby mode, press and hold #.
To personalize a profile, select the profile, Personalise and from the following
options:
Ringing tone—To set the ringing tone for voice calls (also a video ringing tone),
choose a ringing tone from the list. Press any key to stop the sound. You can also
change ringing tones in contacts. See “Add a ringing tone,” p. 44.
Video call tone—Select the ringing tone for video calls.
Say caller's name—Select On to have the phone say the caller’s name when the
phone is ringing.
Ringing type—When Ascending is selected, the ringing volume starts from level
one and increases level by level to the set volume level.
Ringing volume—Set the volume level for the ringing and message alert tones.
Message alert tone—Set the alert tone for text and multimedia messages.
E-mail alert tone—Set the alert tone for e-mail messages.
Vibrating alert—Set the phone to vibrate to alert for incoming calls and messages.
Keypad tones—Set the volume level for keypad tones.
Warning tones—Activate or deactivate warning tones.
Alert for—Set the phone to ring only upon calls from phone numbers that belong
to a selected contact group. Phone calls coming from people outside the selected
group have a silent alert.
Profile name—Name the profile. This setting is not shown for the General and
Offline profiles.
When using the Offline profile, the phone is not connected to the GSM network. If
no SIM card is installed, to use some functions of the phone, start the phone in
Offline.
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Important: In the offline profile you cannot make or receive any calls, or use other
features that require cellular network coverage. Calls may still be possible to the
official emergency number programmed into your device. To make calls, you must
first activate the phone function by changing profiles. If the device has been
locked, enter the lock code.
11. Time management
■ Clock
Select Menu > Organiser > Clock.
Clock settings
To change the time or date, select Options > Settings. For more information about
the settings, see “Date and time,” p. 71.
Set an alarm
1. To set a new alarm, scroll right to Alarm, and select Options > New alarm.
2. Enter the alarm time, select whether and when the alarm is repeated, and
select Done. When an alarm is active,
is shown.
To cancel an alarm, scroll to the alarm, and select Options > Remove alarm. To
deactivate a repeated alarm, select Options > Deactivate alarm.
The set alarm tone sounds also when Silent profile is selected.
Turn off the alarm
Select Stop to turn off the alarm.
Select Snooze to stop the alarm for 5 minutes, after which it resumes.
If the alarm time is reached while the device is switched off, the device switches itself on
and starts sounding the alarm tone. If you select Stop, the device asks whether you want to
activate the device for calls. Select No to switch off the device or Yes to make and receive
calls. Do not select Yes when wireless phone use may cause interference or danger.
World clock
To open the world clock view, scroll right to World. To add cities to the list, select
Options > Add city.
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To set your current city, scroll to a city, and select Options > Set as current city.
The city is displayed in the clock main view, and the time in your device is changed
according to the city selected. Check that the time is correct and matches your
time zone.
■ Calendar
Select Menu > Organiser > Calendar.
In the calendar, you can keep track of your appointments, meetings, birthdays,
anniversaries, and other events. You can also set a calendar alarm to remind you
of upcoming events.
Create calendar entries
1. Select Options > New entry and an entry type.
Anniversary entries are repeated every year.
2. Fill in the fields.
Repeat—Press the scroll key to change the entry to be repeated. A repeating
entry is indicated by in the day view.
Repeat until—Set an ending date for the repeated entry, for example, the last
date of a weekly course you are taking. This option is shown only if you have
selected to repeat the event.
Synchronisation > Private—After synchronization the calendar entry can be
seen only by you, and it is not shown to others even if they have online access
to view the calendar. Public—The calendar entry is shown to others who have
access to view your calendar online. None—The calendar entry is not copied
when you synchronize your calendar.
3. To save the entry, select Done.
Calendar views
Press # in the month, week, or day views to automatically highlight the current
date.
To create a meeting entry, press any number key (0–9) in any calendar view.
To go to a certain date, select Options > Go to date. Write the date, and select OK.
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To-do
Select Options > To-do view.
In the To-do view, you can keep a list of tasks that you need to do.
Create a to-do note
1. To start to write a to-do note, press any number key (0–9).
2. Write the task in the Subject field. Set a due date and a priority for the task.
3. To save the to-do note, select Done.
12. Office applications
■ Calculator
Select Menu > Organiser > Calculator.
1. Enter the first number of your calculation.
2. Scroll to an arithmetic function, and select it.
3. Enter the second number.
4. To execute the calculation, select
.
To add a decimal, press #.
Note: This calculator has limited accuracy and is designed for simple calculations.
■ Converter
Select Menu > Organiser > Converter.
In the converter, you can convert measurement parameters such as Length from
one unit to another, for example, Yards to Metres.
The converter has limited accuracy and rounding errors may occur.
Set a base currency and exchange rates
Before you can convert currency, you need to choose a base currency (usually your
domestic currency) and add exchange rates.
The rate of the base currency is always 1. The base currency determines the
conversion rates of the other currencies.
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1. Select Currency as the measurement type, and select Options > Currency
rates.
2. To change the base currency, scroll to the currency (usually your domestic
currency), and select Options > Set as base currency.
3. Add exchange rates, scroll to the currency, and enter a new rate, that is, how
many units of the currency equal one unit of the base currency you selected.
4. After you insert all the required exchange rates, you can convert currency.
Note: When you change base currency, you must enter new exchange rates
because all previously set exchange rates are cleared.
Convert units
To convert currency, you must first set the exchange rate. See “Set a base currency
and exchange rates,” p. 65.
1. Select Type and the type of measurement to convert, and select OK.
2. Select the first Unit field, the unit from which you want to convert, and OK.
3. Select the next Unit field and the unit to which you want to convert.
4. In the first Amount field, enter the value to be converted. The other Amount
field changes automatically to show the converted value.
Press # to add a decimal and press * for the +, - (for temperature), and E
(exponent) symbols.
The conversion order changes if you write a value in the second Amount field. The
result is shown in the first Amount field.
■ Notes
Select Menu > Organiser > Notes.
To write a new note, start writing. To save the note, select Done.
You can save plain text files (.txt format) you receive to Notes.
■ Adobe Reader
Use Adobe Reader to view portable document format (.pdf) documents. To open
the application, select Menu > Applications > Adobe PDF.
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Open a .pdf file
To open a recently viewed document, select it. To open a document that is not
listed in the main view, select Options > Browse for file the memory and folder
wherein the file resides and the file.
View a document
To move around within a page, scroll. To move to the next page, scroll down at the
bottom of the page.
To zoom in or out, select Options > Zoom > In or Out.
To find text, select Options > Find > Text, and enter the text you want to find. To
find the next occurrence, select Options > Find > Next.
To rotate the document, select Options > View > Rotate left or Rotate right.
To save a copy of the document, select Options > Save, and specify where to save
it.
Settings
Select Options > Settings and from the following settings:
Default zoom % — to set the default zoom when opening a .pdf file for viewing
View mode > Full screen — to open documents in full screen mode
Save settings on exit > Yes — to save the settings as default when you exit Adobe
Reader
■ Quickoffice
To use the Quickoffice applications, select Menu > Applications > Quickoffice.
To view a list of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents, scroll right or left to the
Quickword, Quicksheet, or Quickpoint view. For example, available Microsoft
Word documents are listed in the Quickword view.
To open a file in its respective application, select it. To sort files, select Options >
Sort by and an option.
Quickword
With Quickword, you can view native Microsoft Word documents on the display of
your device. Quickword supports colors, bold, italics, and underline.
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Quickword supports the viewing of documents saved in .doc format in Microsoft
Word 97, 2000, XP, and 2003. Not all variations or features of the mentioned file
formats are supported.
View Word documents
To move in the document, scroll.
To search the document for text, select Options > Search options > Find.
Quicksheet
With Quicksheet, you can read Microsoft Excel files on the display of your device.
Quicksheet supports the viewing of spreadsheet files saved in .xls format in
Microsoft Excel 97, 2000, XP, and 2003. Not all variations or features of the
mentioned file formats are supported.
View spreadsheets
To move around in the spreadsheet, scroll.
To switch between worksheets, select Options > Worksheet.
To search the speadsheet for a text within a value or formula, select Options >
Search options > Find.
To change how the spreadsheet is displayed, select Options and from the
following:
Pan—to navigate within the current worksheet by blocks. Scroll to the desired
block, and select it.
Zoom—to zoom in or out
Freeze panes—to keep the rows and columns above and to the left of the selected
cell visible
Resize—to adjust the size of columns or rows
Quickpoint
With Quickpoint, you can view Microsoft PowerPoint presentations on the display
of your device.
Quickpoint supports the viewing of presentations created in .ppt format in
Microsoft PowerPoint 2000, XP, and 2003. Not all variations or features of the
mentioned file formats are supported.
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View presentations
To move between the slide, outline, and the notes view, scroll left or right.
To move to the next or previous slide in the presentation, scroll down or up.
To view the presentation in full screen, select Options > Full screen.
To expand items in the presentation outline in the outline view, select Options >
Expand.
Quickmanager
With Quickmanager, you can download software, including updates, upgrades,
and other useful applications. You can pay for the downloads by phone bill or
credit card.
To open Quickmanager, select Menu > Applications > Quickoffice, and scroll right
to the Quickmanager view.
More information
If you experience problems with Quickword, Quicksheet, or Quickpoint, visit
www.quickoffice.com for more information. Support is also available by sending
an e-mail to supportS60@quickoffice.com.
13. Settings
■ Phone settings
General
Select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > General > Personalisation, Date and time,
Enhancement, Security, Factory settings, or Positioning.
Personalisation
Select Display, Standby mode, Tones, Language, Themes, or Voice comms..
Display
Brightness—to adjust the brightness of the display
Font size—to select the font size used in lists and editors
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Power saver time-out—to set the time-out period after which the power saver is
activated
Welcome note / logo—to set the welcome note or logo which is displayed briefly
each time you switch on the phone.
Light time-out—to set the time-out for the display light
Standby mode
Active standby—to enable or disable active standby. See “Active standby,” p. 15.
Shortcuts—to assign shortcuts for the right and left selection keys, scrolling in
different directions or pressing the scroll key in the standby mode. The scroll key
shortcuts are not available if Active standby is On.
Active standby apps.—to select the application shortcuts to appear in the active
standby. This setting is available only if Active standby is set to On.
Operator logo—this setting is visible only if you have received and saved an
operator logo. You can select whether the operator logo is shown.
Tones
Change the tones of the clock, calendar and currently active profile. See “Profiles,”
p. 62.
Language
Phone language—to change the language for the display texts in your phone. This
change may also affect the format used for date and time and the separators used,
for example, in calculations. If you select Automatic, the phone selects the
language according to the information on your SIM card. After you have changed
the display text language, the phone restarts.
Writing language—to change the writing language of your phone. Changing the
language affects the characters and special characters available when writing
text and the predictive text dictionary used.
Predictive text—to set predictive text input On or Off for all editors in the phone.
Select a language for entering predictive text from the list.
Themes
Apply themes. See “Themes,” p. 61.
Voice commands
Edit voice command and voice dialing settings. See “Voice commands,” p. 78.
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Date and time
Time and Date—to set the time and date
Time zone—to set the time zone of your location. If you set Network operator
time > Auto-update, the local time is shown.
Date format—to select the format to display dates
Date separator—to select the date separator
Time format—to select between 24-hour and 12-hour time format
Time separator—to select the time separator
Clock type—to select whether the analog or digital clock is shown in the standby
mode. See “Clock,” p. 63.
Clock alarm tone—to select the alarm clock tone
Workdays—to specify days for alarms repeated only on workdays
Network operator time (network service) — to allow the network to update time,
date, and time zone information to your phone. If you select Auto-update, all
active connections are disconnected. Check any alarms as these may be affected.
Enhancement
To change settings of an enhancement, in the Enhancement sett. view, scroll to an
enhancement, such as Headset, select Options > Open and from the following
options:
Default profile—to select the profile you want to activate each time you connect
the enhancement to your phone
Automatic answer—to set the phone to answer an incoming call automatically
after 5 seconds when this enhancement is connected to your phone. If the Ringing
type is set to Beep once or Silent, automatic answer cannot be used, and you must
answer the phone manually.
Lights—To set the phone lights continuously on while using the enhancement,
select On.
Security
Select Phone and SIM card, Certificate management, or Security module.
Phone and SIM card
You can change the following codes: lock code, (U)PIN code, and PIN2 code. These
codes can only include the numbers from 0 to 9.
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Avoid using access codes similar to emergency numbers to prevent accidental
dialing of the emergency number.
Code in use—to select the active code, PIN or UPIN, for the active USIM. This is
shown only if the active USIM supports UPIN, and the UPIN is not rejected.
PIN code request or UPIN code request—to set the phone to request the code each
time the phone is switched on. Some SIM cards may not allow the PIN code
request to be turned Off. If you select Code in use > UPIN, UPIN code request is
shown instead.
PIN code or UPIN code, PIN2 code, and Lock code—to change the codes
Keypad autolock period > User defined—to automatically lock the keypad after a
defined period of inactivity
Phone autolock period—to set a time-out after which the phone is automatically
locked. To use the phone again, you need to enter the correct lock code. To turn off
the autolock period, select None.
Lock if SIM card changed—to set the phone to prompt for the lock code when an
unknown, new SIM card is inserted into your phone. The phone keeps a list of SIM
cards that are recognized as the owner cards.
Closed user group (network service)—to specify a group of people whom you can
call and who can call you. For more information, contact your service provider. To
activate the default group agreed on with the service provider, select Default. If
you want to use another group (you need to know the group index number), select
On.
When calls are limited to closed user groups, calls may be possible to the official emergency
number programmed into your device.
Confirm SIM services (network service)—to set the phone to display confirmation
messages when you use a SIM card service
Certificate management
A list of authority certificates that have been stored in your phone is displayed in
Certificate management. To see a list of personal certificates if available,
scroll right.
Digital certificates should be used if you want to connect to an online bank or
another site or remote server for actions that involve transferring confidential
information. They should also be used if you want to reduce the risk of viruses or
other malicious software and be sure of the authenticity of software when
downloading and installing software.
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Important: Even if the use of certificates makes the risks involved in remote
connections and software installation considerably smaller, they must be used
correctly in order to benefit from increased security. The existence of a certificate
does not offer any protection by itself; the certificate manager must contain
correct, authentic, or trusted certificates for increased security to be available.
Certificates have a restricted lifetime. If "Expired certificate" or "Certificate not
valid yet" is shown even if the certificate should be valid, check that the current
date and time in your device are correct.
Before changing any certificate settings, you must make sure that you really trust
the owner of the certificate and that the certificate really belongs to the listed
owner.
View certificate details and check authenticity
You can only be sure of the correct identity of a server when the signature and the
period of validity of a server certificate have been checked.
The phone notifies you if the identity of the server is not authentic or if you do not
have the correct security certificate in your phone.
To check certificate details, scroll to a certificate, and select Options > Certificate
details. While opening the certificate details, the phone checks the validity of the
certificate and one of the following notes may appear:
Expired certificate—The validity period has ended for the selected certificate.
Certificate not valid yet—The validity period has not yet begun for the selected
certificate.
Certificate corrupted—The certificate cannot be used. Contact the certificate
issuer.
Certificate not trusted—You have not set any application to use the certificate.
Change the trust settings
Before changing any certificate settings, you must make sure that you really trust
the owner of the certificate and that the certificate really belongs to the listed
owner.
Scroll to an authority certificate, and select Options > Trust settings. Depending
on the certificate, a list of the applications that can use the selected certificate is
shown.
Security module
View or edit security modules.
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Factory settings
Reset some of the settings to their original values. You need the lock code. See
“Lock code,” p. 19.
Positioning
With the positioning service you can receive information from service providers
about local issues such as weather and traffic conditions, based on the location of
your device (network service).
To enable a positioning method, select Positioning methods, scroll to the
positioning method, and select Options > Enable. To stop using it, select
Options > Disable.
To define the positioning server access point, select Positioning server > Access
point and the desired access point. Then select Server address, and enter the
domain name or URL address of the server.
Phone
Select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > Phone and Call, Call divert, Call barring, or
Network.
Call
Send my caller ID (network service)—to set your phone number to be displayed
(Yes) or hidden (No) from the person whom you are calling. The value may be set
by your service provider when you subscribe to the service (Set by network).
Call waiting (network service)—to set the network to notify you of a new incoming
call while you have a call in progress. To request the network to activate call
waiting, select Activate. To request the network to deactivate call waiting, select
Cancel. To check whether the function is active, select Check status.
Reject call with SMS—to enable rejecting phone calls with a text message. See
“Answer or reject a voice call,” p. 23.
Message text—to enter a text to be sent when you reject a call with a text
message
Image in video call—to select a still image to be shown instead of the video when
you deny video sending in a video call
Automatic redial—to set the phone to make a maximum of 10 attempts to
connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt. Press the end key to stop
automatic redialing.
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Show call duration—to set the phone to display the call duration during a call
Summary after call—to set the phone to briefly display the approximate duration
of the last call
Speed dialling > On—to set the phone to dial the numbers assigned to the speed
dialing keys, 2 to 9, by pressing and holding the corresponding number key
Anykey answer > On—to answer an incoming call by briefly pressing any key,
except the right selection key, volume keys, and the end key
Line in use (network service)—shown only if the SIM card supports two subscriber
numbers, that is, two phone lines. Select which phone line (Line 1 or Line 2) you
want to use for making calls and sending short messages.
Calls on both lines can be answered irrespective of the selected line. You cannot
make calls if you select Line 2 and have not subscribed to this network service. To
prevent line selection, select Line change > Disable if supported by your SIM card.
To change this setting, you need the PIN2 code.
Call divert
Call divert is a network service.
1. Select which calls you want to divert: Voice calls, Data and video calls, or Fax
calls.
2. Select the desired option. For example, to divert voice calls when your number
is busy or when you reject an incoming call, select If busy.
3. To set the divert option on or off, select Options > Activate or Cancel. To check
whether the option is activated, select Check status. Several divert options can
be active at the same time.
Call barring and call diverting cannot be active at the same time.
Call barring
Call barring (network service) allows you to restrict the calls that you make and
receive with your phone. To change the settings, you need the barring password
from your service provider.
Scroll to the desired barring option, and to request the network to set call
restriction on, select Options > Activate. To set the selected call restriction off,
select Cancel. To check whether the calls are barred, select Check status. To
change the barring password, select Edit barring password. To cancel all active call
barrings, select Cancel all barrings.
Call barring and call diverting cannot be active at the same time.
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When calls are barred, calls may be possible to certain official emergency numbers.
Network
Network mode—To select which network to use (shown only if supported by the
service provider). If you select Dual mode, the device uses the GSM or UMTS
network automatically, according to the network parameters and the roaming
agreements between the network operators.
Operator selection—To set the phone to search for and select automatically one of
the available networks, select Automatic. To select the desired network manually
from a list of networks, select Manual. If the connection to the manually selected
network is lost, the phone sounds an error tone and asks you to select a network
again. The selected network must have a roaming agreement with your home
network, that is, the operator whose SIM card is in your phone.
Cell info display (network service)—To set the phone to indicate when it is used in
a cellular network based on microcellular network (MCN) technology and to
activate cell info reception, select On.
Connection
Select Menu > Settings > Phone sett. > Connection > Bluetooth, USB, Access
points, Packet data, Data call, SIP settings, Configurations, or APN control.
Bluetooth
Switch Bluetooth on or off, and edit Bluetooth settings. See “Bluetooth
connection,” p. 85.
USB
Edit USB settings. See “USB connection,” p. 87.
Access points
To establish a data connection, an access point is required. You can define
different kinds of access points:
• MMS access point to send and receive multimedia messages
• WAP access point to view web pages
• Internet access point (IAP) (for example, to send and receive e-mail)
Check which kind of access point you need with your service provider for the
service you wish to access. For availability and subscription to data connection
services, contact your service provider.
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You may receive access point settings in a message from your service provider, or
you may have preset access point settings in your phone.
To create a new access point or edit an existing access point, select Options >
New access point or Edit. To create a new access point using the settings of an
existing access point, scroll to an access point, and select Options > Duplicate
access point.
Depending on the connection type selected in Data bearer, only certain settings
are available. Fill in all fields marked with Must be defined or with an asterisk.
Contact your service provider for the following settings: Data bearer, Access point
name (for packet data only), Dial-up number (for data call only), User name,
Password, Authentication, Homepage, Data call type (for data call only), and
Maximum data speed (for data call only).
Connection name—Enter a descriptive name for the connection.
Prompt password—If you must enter a new password every time you log onto a
server, or if you do not want to save your password to the phone, select Yes.
If necessary, to define the internet protocol (IP) version, phone IP address, domain
name system (DNS) servers, proxy server, and advanced data call settings, such as
callback, PPP compression, login script, and modem initialization string, select
Options > Advanced settings. Contact your service provider for the correct
settings.
Packet data
The packet data settings affect all access points using a packet data connection.
Packet data connection—If you select When available and you are in a network
that supports packet data, the phone registers to the packet data network and
short messages are sent using a packet data connection. If you select When
needed, the phone uses a packet data connection only if you start an application
or function that needs it. The packet data connection can be closed when it is not
needed by any application.
If there are no packet data services available and you have chosen When available,
the phone periodically tries to establish a packet data connection.
Access point—The access point name is needed when you want to use your phone
as a modem with your computer.
High speed packet access — Enable or disable the use of HSDPA (network service)
in UMTS networks.
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Data call
The data call settings affect all access points that use a GSM data call.
Online time—to set the data call to disconnect automatically after a time-out if
there is no activity. To enter a time-out, select User defined, and enter the time in
minutes. If you select Unlimited, the data call is not disconnected automatically.
SIP settings
View and edit session initiation protocol (SIP) profiles.
Configurations
Certain functions, such as web browsing and multimedia messaging, may require
configuration settings. You may receive the settings from your service provider.
See “Configuration settings,” p. 13.
To delete a configuration, scroll to the configuration, and select Options > Delete.
Access point name control
With the access point name control service, you can restrict the use of packet data
access points. This setting is only available if a USIM card is inserted and the USIM
card supports the service. To change the settings, you need the PIN2 code.
Applications
To view and edit settings of applications installed to your phone, select Menu >
Settings > Phone sett. > Applications.
■ Voice commands
To select the functions to use by voice command, select Menu > Settings > Voice
comm.. The voice commands for changing profiles are in the Profiles folder.
To activate a new voice command for an application, select Options > New
application and the application.
To manage the voice commands, scroll to a function, select Options and from the
following options:
Change command or Remove application—to change or deactivate the voice
command of the selected function
Playback—to play the activated voice command
To use voice commands, see “Voice dialing,” p. 22.
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To change voice command settings, select Options > Settings and from the
following options:
Synthesiser—to activate or deactivate the text-to-speech syntheziser that says
out loud the recognized voice command
Remove voice adapts.—to reset the voice adaptations. The phone adapts to the
user’s voice to better recognize the voice commands.
14. Data management
■ File manager
In the file manager, you can browse, open, and manage files and folders in the
phone memory or on the memory card.
To see a list of the folders in the phone memory, select Menu > Settings > Data
mgr. > File mgr.. Scroll right to see the folders on the memory card.
View memory consumption
Scroll either right or left to view the phone memory or the memory card contents.
To check memory consumption of the current memory, select Options > Memory
details. The phone calculates the approximate amount of free memory for storing
data and installing new applications.
In the memory views, you can view the memory consumption of the different
applications or file types. If the phone memory is getting low, remove some files,
or move them to the memory card.
■ Memory card
Keep all memory cards out of the reach of small children.
Select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. > Memory.
For details on inserting a memory card into the phone, see “Get started,” p. 9. You
can use it to store your multimedia files such as video clips, music tracks, and
sound files, photos, and messaging data, and to back up information from phone
memory.
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Format the memory card
When a memory card is formatted, all data on the card is permanently lost. Some
memory cards are supplied preformatted and others require formatting.
1. Select Options > Format memory card.
2. Select Yes to confirm.
3. When formatting is complete, enter a name for the memory card.
Backup and restore information
To back up information from phone memory to the memory card, select Options >
Back up phone memory.
To restore information from the memory card to the phone memory, select
Options > Restore from card.
You can only back up the phone memory and restore it to the same phone.
Lock the memory card
To set a password to help prevent unauthorized use, select Options > Set
password. You are asked to enter and confirm your password. The password can be
up to eight characters long.
Unlock the memory card
If you insert another password-protected memory card into your phone, you are
prompted to enter the password of the card. To unlock the card, select Options >
Unlock memory card.
Check memory consumption
To check the memory consumption and the amount of memory available on your
memory card, select Options > Memory details.
■ Device manager
You may receive server profiles and configuration settings from your service
provider or company information management department.
To open the device manager, select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. > Device mgr.. If
you have no server profiles defined, the phone asks whether you want to define
one.
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To connect to a server and receive configuration settings for your phone, scroll to
the server profile, and select Options > Start configuration.
To edit a server profile, select Options > Edit profile and from the following
settings:
Allow configuration—To receive configuration settings from the server, select Yes.
Auto-accept all requests —If you want the phone to ask for confirmation before
accepting a configuration from the server, select No.
Contact your service provider, or company information management department
for the other server profile settings.
Update software
Warning: If you install a software update, you cannot use the device, even to
make emergency calls, until the installation is completed and the device is
restarted. Be sure to back up data before accepting installation of an update.
Remember to save backups of important personal information and files (such as
contacts, images and messages) before updating the software.
To check the current version of the software, select Menu > Settings >
Data mgr. > Device mgr. > Updates.
1. Select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. > Device mgr. > Updates > Check for
updates.
If update is available, the device starts downloading it.
2. After a successful download, answer Yes to the confirmation query to continue
the installation. To start the installation later, select No.
To start the installation process later, select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. >
Device mgr. > Install update.
If the server profile is defined, it is used as a default. If no server profile has been
defined, the device asks you to create one, or if there are several, to select from a
list of servers.
Contact your service provider for server profile settings.
■ Application manager
You can install two types of applications and software to your phone:
J2METM applications based on JavaTM technology with the extension .jad
or .jar. PersonalJavaTM applications cannot be installed on your phone.
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Other applications and software suitable for the Symbian operating
system. The installation files have the .sis extension. Only install software
specifically designed for your phone.
Installation files may be transferred to your phone from a compatible computer,
downloaded during browsing, or sent to you in a multimedia message, as an
e-mail attachment or by using Bluetooth. You can use Nokia Application Installer
in Nokia PC Suite to install an application to your phone or a memory card.
To open App. manager, select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. > App. mgr..
Install an application
Important: Only install and use applications and other software from trusted
sources, such as applications that are Symbian Signed or have passed the Java
VerifiedTM testing.
Before installation, in App. manager, scroll to the installation file, and select
Options > View details to view information such as the application type, version
number, and the supplier or manufacturer of the application.
The .jar file is required for installing Java applications. If it is missing, the phone
may ask you to download it.
To install an application or software package:
1. Scroll to an installation file. Applications on the memory card are indicated
with
.
2. Select Options > Install.
Alternatively, search the phone memory or the memory card, select the
application, and press the scroll key to start the installation.
During the installation, the phone shows information about the progress of the
installation. If you are installing an application without a digital signature or
certification, the phone displays a warning. Continue installation only if you
are sure of the origins and contents of the application.
To view extra information about the application, scroll to it, and select Options >
Go to web address. This option may not be available with all applications.
To see what software packages have been installed or removed and when, select
Options > View log.
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Remove an application
In the App. manager main view, scroll to the software package, and select
Options > Remove.
Application manager settings
In App. manager, select Options > Settings and from the following settings:
Software installation—to select if you want to allow installation of all Symbian
applications (All) or only signed applications (Signed only)
Online certificate check—to select if you want App. manager to check the online
certificates for an application before installing it
Default web address—default address used when checking online certificates
Java applications may attempt to, for example, establish a data connection or
send a message. To edit the permissions of an installed Java application and define
which access point the application will use, in the main view, scroll to the
application, and select Options > Open.
■ Activation keys
Digital rights management
Content owners may use different types of digital rights management (DRM) technologies
to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses various types of
DRM software to access DRM-protected content. With this device you can access content
protected with OMA DRM 2.0 and OMA DRM 1.0. If certain DRM software fails to protect
the content, content owners may ask that such DRM software's ability to access new DRMprotected content be revoked. Revocation may also prevent renewal of such DRM-protected
content already in your device. Revocation of such DRM software does not affect the use of
content protected with other types of DRM or the use of non-DRM-protected content.
Digital rights management (DRM) protected content comes with an associated activation
key that defines your rights to use the content.
If your device has OMA DRM protected content, to back up both the activation keys and the
content, use the backup feature of Nokia PC Suite. Other transfer methods may not transfer
the activation keys which need to be restored with the content for you to be able to
continue the use of OMA DRM protected content after the device memory is formatted. You
may also need to restore the activation keys in case the files on your device get corrupted.
Some activation keys may be connected to a specific SIM card, and the protected content
can be accessed only if the SIM card is inserted in the device.
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Select Menu > Settings > Data mgr. > Actv. keys to view the digital rights
activation keys saved in your phone.
To view valid keys ( ) that are connected to one or more media files, select Valid
keys. Group keys, which contain several keys, are indicated with
. To view the
keys contained in the group key, select the group key.
To view invalid keys ( ) with which the time period for using the file is exceeded,
select Invalid keys. To buy more usage time or extend the usage period for a media
file, select an invalid key and Options > Get new key. It may not be possible to
update activation keys if web service message reception is disabled. See “Service
message settings,” p. 40.
To view activation keys that are not in use, select Not in use. Unused activation
keys have no media files connected to them.
To view detailed information such as the validity status and the ability to send the
file, scroll to an activation key, and select it.
15. Connectivity
■ Data transfer
With data transfer you can copy or synchronize contacts, calendar entries, and
possibly other data, such as video clips and images, from a compatible phone
using a Bluetooth connection.
Depending on the other phone, synchronization may not be possible and data can
be copied only once.
To transfer or synchronize data, do the following:
1. Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Transfer. If you have not used
Transfer before, information about the application is displayed. Select
Continue to start transferring data.
If you have used Transfer, select Transfer data.
2. When using Bluetooth, the phones need to be paired in order to transfer data.
Depending on the type of the other phone, an application may be sent and
installed on the other phone to enable the data transfer. Follow the
instructions.
3. Select what content you want to be transferred to your phone.
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4. Content is transferred to your phone. The transfer time depends on the amount
of data. You can stop the transfer and continue later.
■ PC Suite
You can use your phone with a variety of PC connectivity and data
communication applications. With PC Suite you can synchronize contacts,
calendar and to-do notes and notes between your phone and a compatible PC.
You may find more information about PC Suite and the download link in the
support area on the Nokia website, www.nokia.com/pcsuite.
■ Bluetooth connection
Bluetooth technology enables wireless connections between electronic devices
within a maximum range of 10 meters (33 feet). A Bluetooth connection can be
used to send images, videos, text, business cards, calendar notes, or to connect
wirelessly to compatible devices using Bluetooth technology, such as computers.
This device is compliant with Bluetooth Specification 2.0 supporting the following profiles:
Dial Up Networking, Serial Port, File Transfer, Object Push, Handsfree, Headset, SIM Access,
Generic Access, and Advanced Audio Distribution. To ensure interoperability between other
devices supporting Bluetooth technology, use Nokia approved enhancements for this model.
Check with the manufacturers of other devices to determine their compatibility with this
device.
There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth technology in some locations. Check with your
local authorities or service provider.
Features using Bluetooth technology, or allowing such features to run in the background
while using other features, increase the demand on battery power and reduce the battery
life.
Bluetooth connection settings
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Bluetooth.
When you activate Bluetooth technology for the first time, you are asked to give a
name to your phone.
Bluetooth—to switch Bluetooth on or off.
My phone's visibility > Shown to all—to allow your phone to be found by other
Bluetooth devices at all times. To allow your phone to be found for a defined time
period, select Define period. For security reasons it is advisable to use the Hidden
setting whenever possible.
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My phone's name—to define a name for your phone.
Remote SIM mode > On—to enable the usage of the SIM card of the phone by
another device (for example, a car kit) by Bluetooth technology (SIM access
profile)
When the wireless device is in the remote SIM mode, you can only use a compatible
connected enhancement, such as a car kit, to make or receive calls. Your wireless device will
not make any calls, except to the emergency numbers programmed into your device, while in
this mode. To make calls from your device, you must first leave the remote SIM mode. If the
device has been locked, enter the lock code to unlock it first.
Send data
There can be only one active Bluetooth connection at a time.
1. Open an application where the item you wish to send is saved.
2. Scroll to the item you want to send, and select Options > Send > Via
Bluetooth.
3. The phone starts to search for devices within range. Paired devices are shown
with .
When searching for devices, some devices may show only the unique device
addresses. To find out the unique address of your phone, enter the code
*#2820# in the standby mode.
If you have searched for devices earlier, a list of the devices that were found
previously is shown first. To start a new search, select More devices. If you
switch off the phone, the list of devices is cleared, and the device search needs
to be started again before sending data.
4. Select the device with which you want to connect.
5. Pair the devices
• If the other device requires pairing before data can be transmitted, a tone
sounds and you are asked to enter a passcode.
• Create your own passcode (1–16 digits) and agree with the owner of the
other device to use the same code. You do not have to memorize the
passcode.
• After pairing, the device is saved to the Paired devices view.
6. When the connection has been successfully established, the note Sending data
is displayed.
Data received using Bluetooth connection can be found in Inbox in Messaging.
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Paired devices view
Paired devices are indicated by in the search result list. In the Bluetooth main
view, scroll right to open a list of paired devices.
Do not accept Bluetooth connections from sources you do not trust.
To pair with a device, select Options > New paired device. Select the device with
which to pair. Exchange passcodes.
To cancel pairing, scroll to the device whose pairing you want to cancel, and press
the clear key. If you want to cancel all pairings, select Options > Delete all.
To set a device to be authorized, scroll to the device, and select Options > Set as
authorised. Connections between your phone and the authorized device can be
made without your knowledge. No separate acceptance or authorization is
needed. Use this status only for your own devices to which others do not have
access, for example, your PC or devices that belong to someone you trust. is
added next to authorized devices in the Paired devices view. If you select Set as
unauthorised, each connection request from the device must be accepted
separately.
Receive data
When you receive data using Bluetooth technology, a tone sounds, and you are
asked if you want to accept the message. If you accept, the item is placed in Inbox
in Messaging.
Disconnect Bluetooth connection
A Bluetooth connection is disconnected automatically after sending or receiving
data.
■ USB connection
You can use the USB data cable to transfer data between the phone and a
compatible PC. You can also use the USB data cable with Nokia PC Suite.
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > USB. To select the default USB
connection mode, select USB mode and the desired mode. To have the device ask
the purpose of the connection each time the cable is connected, select Ask on
connection > Yes.
To use the phone with Nokia PC Suite, select PC Suite. To synchronize media files,
such as music, with a compatible version of Windows Media Player, select Media
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player. To access files on the inserted memory card as a removable drive, select
Data transfer.
After transferring data, ensure that it is safe to unplug the USB data cable from
the PC.
■ Remote synchronization
Sync enables you to synchronize your calendar, contacts, or notes with various
calendar and address book applications on a compatible computer or on the
internet. The synchronization application uses SyncML technology for
synchronization.
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Sync.
Create a new synchronization profile
1. If no profiles have been defined, the phone asks you if you want to create a
new profile. Select Yes.
To create a new profile in addition to existing ones, select Options > New sync
profile. Choose whether you want to use the default setting values or copy the
values from an existing profile to be used as the basis for the new profile.
2. Define the Applications to be synchronized.
Select an application, and edit the synchronization settings:
Include in sync—to enable or disable the synchronization
Remote database—the name of the used remote database
Synchronisation type—Select Both ways for synchronization of the data on
your phone and the remote database, To phone only for the synchronization of
the data on your phone only, or To server only for the synchronization of the
data on the remote database only.
3. Define the Connection settings :
Server version, Server ID, Data bearer, Host address, Port, User name, and
Password—Contact your service provider or system administrator for the
correct settings.
Access point—Only visible if Internet is selected as Data bearer. Select an
access point you want to use for the data connection.
Allow sync requests > Yes—to allow that the server starts the synchronization
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Accept all sync requests > No—to require a confirmation before the server
starts the synchronization
Network authentication—Only visible if Internet is selected as Data bearer. To
use HTTPS authentication, select Yes, and enter user name and password in
Network user name and Network password.
Synchronize data
In the main view, scroll to a profile, and select Options > Synchronise. The status
of the synchronization is shown.
After synchronization is complete, select Options > View log to open a log file
showing the synchronization status (Complete or Incomplete) and how many
calendar or contact entries have been added, updated, deleted, or discarded (not
synchronized) in the phone or on the server.
■ Push to talk
Push to talk (PTT) (network service) is a real-time voice over IP service (network
service) available over a GSM/GPRS network. PTT provides direct voice
communication connected with a single keypress.
Before you can use the PTT service, you must define the PTT access point and PTT
settings.
In PTT communication, one person talks while the others listen. Speakers take
turns responding to each other. Only one group member can talk at a time. The
length of time of each turn is limited.
Phone calls always take priority over PTT calls.
Besides the packet data counters, the phone registers only one-to-one calls in the
recent calls lists in Log. The participants should confirm the reception of any
communications where appropriate as there is no other confirmation of whether
the recipients have heard the call.
To check availability and costs, and to subscribe to the service, contact your
service provider. Note that roaming services may be more limited than home
network services.
Many of the services available for traditional voice calls (for example, call
mailbox) are not available for PTT communications.
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Define a PTT access point
Many service providers require you to use an internet access point for your default
access point. Other service providers allow you to use a WAP access point.
Settings for PTT
For PTT service settings, contact your service provider.
To view and change PTT settings, select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > PTT >
Options > Settings > User settings or Connection settings.
User settings
Accepted list calls—To see a notification of incoming calls, select Notify. To answer
PTT calls automatically, select Auto-accept. If you do not want to receive PTT calls,
select Not allowed.
PTT call alert tone—Select the tone for incoming PTT calls. If you want the
incoming call alert setting for PTT to follow your profile settings, select Set by
profile. For example, if your profile is silent, PTT is set to do not disturb (DND) and,
except for callback requests, you are not available to others using PTT.
Callback request tone—Select a tone for callback requests.
Application start-up—To start PTT automatically, select Always automatic. To start
PTT automatically only while in your home network, select Auto. in home netw..
Default nickname—Enter your nickname shown to other users. Your service
provider may have disabled the editing of this option.
Show my PTT address—Select Never if you want to hide your PTT address from
others.
Show my login status—Select whether your status is shown to others.
Connection settings
Contact your PTT service provider for the connection settings.
Log in to PTT
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > PTT. PTT automatically logs in to the
service when started.
When log in is successful, PTT automatically connects to channels that were
active when the application was last closed. If the connection is lost, the device
automatically tries to log back in until you exit PTT.
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indicates a PTT connection.
indicates that PTT is set to do not disturb (DND).
Exit PTT
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > PTT > Options > Exit. Log out from PTT
after exiting application? is displayed. Select Yes to log out and close the service.
If you want to keep the application active in the background, select No.
Make a one-to-one call
Warning: Do not hold the device near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use,
because the volume may be extremely loud.
1. Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > PTT > Options > Contacts, scroll to
the contact you want to talk to, and press the call key.
2. When the connection has been established, to talk to the other participant,
press and hold the call key while you talk.
3. To end the PTT call, select Disconnect, or if there are several PTT calls, select
Options > Disconnect.
Answer a PTT call
If Accepted list calls is set to Notify in User settings, a short tone notifies you of an
incoming call. To accept the call, select Accept. To silence the tone, select Silence.
To reject the call, press the end key.
Make a PTT group call
To call a group, select Options > Contacts, select Options > Talk to many, mark
the contacts you want to call, and select OK.
Callback requests
Send a callback request
If you make a one-to-one call and do not get a response, you can send a request
for the person to call you back.
To send a callback request from Contacts, scroll to a contact, and select Options >
Send callback request.
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Respond to a callback request
When someone sends you a callback request, 1 new callback request is displayed
in the standby mode. Select Show to open Callback inbox. Scroll to a contact, and
press the call key.
Channels
When you are connected to a channel, all members joined to the channel hear you
talking. Up to five channels can be active at the same time. When more than one
channel is active, select Swap to change the channel you want to talk to.
Channels are registered with a URL address. One user registers the channel URL in
the network by joining the channel the first time.
Create your own channel
1. Select Options > PTT channels.
2. Select Options > New channel > Create new.
3. Enter a Channel name.
4. Select a Channel privacy level.
5. Enter your own nickname in Nickname.
6. If you want to add a thumbnail image to the group, select Thumbnail and an
image.
7. Select Done. When you have created a channel, you are asked if you want to
send channel invitations. Channel invitations are text messages.
Join a preconfigured channel
A preconfigured channel is a talk group that is set up by your service provider.
Only preconfigured users are allowed to join and use the channel.
1. Select Options > PTT channels.
2. Select Options > New channel > Add existing.
3. Enter the Channel name, Channel address, and Nickname. You can also add a
Thumbnail.
4. Select Done.
Respond to a channel invitation
To save a received channel invitation, select Options > Save channel. The channel
is added to your PTT contacts, channels view.
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PTT sessions
PTT sessions are displayed as call bubbles in the PTT display, giving information
about the status of the PTT sessions:
Wait—shown when you press and hold the call key and somebody else is still
speaking in the PTT session
Talk—shown when you press and hold the call key and get the permission to speak
To disconnect the selected PTT session, select Options > Disconnect.
■ Connection manager
In the connection manager, you can identify the status of multiple data
connections, view details on the amount of data sent and received, and end
unused connections.
Select Menu > Settings > Connectivity > Conn. mgr..
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.
To view connection details, scroll to a connection, and select Options > Details.
To end a connection, scroll to the connection, and select Options > Disconnect. To
end all connections, select Options > Disconnect all.
16. Battery information
■ Charging and discharging
Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery. 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, then disconnect and
reconnect it to begin charging the battery.
Unplug the charger from the electrical plug and the device when not in use. Do not leave a
fully charged battery connected to a charger, since overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If
left unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge over time.
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If the battery is completely discharged, it may take several minutes before the charging
indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made.
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. Shortcircuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the connecting object.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in summer or winter
conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the
battery between 15°C and 25°C (59°F and 77°F). A device with a hot or cold battery may not
work temporarily, even when the battery is fully charged. Battery 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.
Do not dismantle or shred cells or batteries. In the event of a battery leak, do not allow the
liquid to come in contact with the skin or eyes. In the event of such a leak, flush your skin or
eyes immediately with water, or seek medical help.
■ Nokia battery authentication guidelines
Always use original Nokia batteries for your safety. To check that you are getting an original
Nokia battery, purchase it from an authorized Nokia dealer, look for the Nokia Original
Enhancements logo on the packaging, and inspect the hologram label using the following
steps:
Successful completion of the four steps is not a total assurance of the authenticity of the
battery. If you have any reason to believe that your battery is not an authentic, original
Nokia battery, you should refrain from using it, and take it to the nearest authorized Nokia
service point or dealer for assistance. Your authorized Nokia service point or dealer will
inspect the battery for authenticity. If authenticity cannot be verified, return the battery to
the place of purchase.
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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.
4. Confirm that the 20-digit code is valid by following the
instructions at www.nokia.com/batterycheck.
To create a text message, enter the 20-digit code, for example,
12345678919876543210, and send to +44 7786 200276.
National and international operator charges will apply.
You should receive a message indicating whether the code can be
authenticated.
What if your battery is not authentic?
If you cannot confirm that your Nokia battery with the hologram on the label is an authentic
Nokia battery, please do not use the battery. Take it to the nearest authorized Nokia service
point or dealer for assistance. The use of a battery that is not approved by the manufacturer
may be dangerous and may result in poor performance and damage to your device and its
enhancements. It may also invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the device.
To find out more about original Nokia batteries, visit www.nokia.com/battery.
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17. Enhancements
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.
Care and maintenance
Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with
care. The following suggestions will help you protect your warranty coverage.
• Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types of liquids or moisture can
contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits. If your device does get wet, remove
the battery, and allow the device to dry completely before replacing it.
• 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.
• 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 a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean any lenses, such as camera, proximity sensor, and
light sensor lenses.
• Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas,
modifications, or attachments could damage the device and may violate regulations
governing radio devices.
• Use chargers indoors.
• Always create a backup of data you want to keep, such as contacts and calendar notes.
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• To reset the device from time to time for optimum performance, power off the device
and remove the battery.
These suggestions apply equally to your device, battery, charger, or any enhancement. If any
device is not working properly, take it to the nearest authorized service facility for service.
Disposal
The crossed-out wheeled-bin symbol on your product, literature, or packaging
reminds you that in the European Union all electrical and electronic products,
batteries, and accumulators must be taken to separate collection at the end of their
working life. Do not dispose of these products as unsorted municipal waste.
Return the products to collection to prevent possible harm to the environment or
human health from uncontrolled waste disposal and to promote the sustainable
reuse of material resources. Collection information is available from the product
retailer, local waste authorities, national producer responsibility organizations, or
your local Nokia representative. For more information, see product Eco-Declaration
or country-specific information at www.nokia.com.
Additional safety information
■ Small children
Your device and its enhancements may contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of
small children.
■ Operating environment
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 inches) away from the body.
When a carry case, belt clip, or holder is used for body-worn operation, it should not contain
metal and should position the device the above-stated distance from your body.To transmit
data files or messages, this device requires a quality connection to the network. In some
cases, transmission of data files or messages may be delayed until such a connection is
available. Ensure the above separation distance instructions are followed until the
transmission is completed.
Parts of the device are magnetic. Metallic materials may be attracted to the device. Do not
place credit cards or other magnetic storage media near the device, because information
stored on them may be erased.
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■ Medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including wireless phones, may interfere
with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the
manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from
external RF energy or if you have any questions. Switch off your device in health care
facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Implanted medical devices
Manufacturers of medical devices recommend that a minimum separation of
15.3 centimeters (6 inches) should be maintained between a wireless device and an
implanted medical device, such as a pacemaker or implanted cardioverter defibrillator, to
avoid potential interference with the medical device. Persons who have such devices should:
• Always keep the wireless device more than 15.3 centimeters (6 inches) from the medical
device when the wireless device is turned on.
• Not carry the wireless device in a breast pocket.
• Hold the wireless device to the ear opposite the medical device to minimize the potential
for interference.
• Turn the wireless device off immediately if there is any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place.
• Read and follow the directions from the manufacturer of their implanted medical device.
If you have any questions about using your wireless device with an implanted medical
device, consult your health care provider.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless devices may interfere with some hearing aids. If interference occurs,
consult your service provider.
■ Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in
motor vehicles such as electronic fuel injection systems, electronic antiskid (antilock)
braking systems, electronic speed control systems, and air bag systems. For more
information, check with the manufacturer, or its representative, of your vehicle or any
equipment that has been added.
Only qualified personnel should service the device or install the device in a vehicle. Faulty
installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty that may apply to
the device. Check regularly that all wireless device equipment in your vehicle is mounted
and operating properly. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases, or explosive materials
in the same compartment as the device, its parts, or enhancements. For vehicles equipped
with an air bag, remember that air bags inflate with great force. Do not place objects,
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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 refueling
points such as near gas pumps at service stations. Observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots, storage, and distribution areas; chemical plants; or where blasting
operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not
always, clearly marked. They include below deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage
facilities, vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane), and areas
where the air contains chemicals or particles such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
■ Emergency calls
Important: Wireless phones, including this device, operate using radio signals,
wireless networks, landline networks, and user-programmed functions. Because of
this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. You should never rely
solely on any wireless device for essential communications like medical
emergencies.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the device is not on, switch it on. Check for adequate signal strength.
Some networks may require that a valid SIM card is properly inserted in the device.
2. Press the end key as many times as needed to clear the display and ready the device for
calls.
3. Enter the official emergency number for your present location. Emergency numbers vary
by location.
4. Press the call key.
If certain features are in use, you may first need to turn those features off before you can
make an emergency call. If the device is in the offline profile mode, you may need to change
the profile to activate the phone function before you can make an emergency call. Consult
this guide or your service provider for more information.
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When making an emergency call, give all the necessary information as accurately as
possible. Your wireless device may be the only means of communication at the scene of an
accident. Do not end the call until given permission to do so.
■ Certification information (SAR)
THIS MOBILE DEVICE MEETS GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits
for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines
were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety
margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 watts/
kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions with the device transmitting at its highest certified power level
in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating device can be below the
maximum value because the device is designed to use only the power required to reach the
network. That amount changes depending on a number of factors such as how close you are
to a network base station. The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the
device at the ear is 1.18 W/kg.
Use of device accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR values. SAR values
may vary depending on national reporting and testing requirements and the network band.
Additional SAR information may be provided under product information at www.nokia.com.
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Index
A
access codes
barring password 20
change 71
lock code 12, 19
module PIN 19
PIN 12, 19
PIN2 19
PUK 19
PUK2 19
signing PIN 19
UPIN 19
UPUK 19
access points 76
active standby 15
Adobe Reader 66
alarm clock. See clock.
B
battery
charging 11
Bluetooth
connection settings 85
disconnecting 87
paired devices 87
receiving data 87
sending data 86
bookmarks 57
browser. See web.
C
cache 60
calculator 65
calendar 64
call register. See log.
callback requests 90, 91–92
calls
answering 23
barring 75
conference call 23
diverting 75
ending 21
international 21
making 21
options during a call 24
rejecting 23, 24
rejecting with SMS 24
speed dial 22
swapping 24
voice mailbox 22
waiting 24
camera 48
certificates 72
clock 63
connection manager 93
connectivity 84
contacts 43
converter 65
D
data cable 87
data connection indicators 15
data transfer 84
device manager
update software 81
digital rights management. See activation
keys.
E
editing videos 46
e-mail
mailbox 34
settings 33
e-mail messages
deleting 35
retrieving 34
enhancements 71
F
Flash Player 55
G
gallery 45
transferring videos 47
GPS data 55
H
help 8
I
IM. See instant messaging.
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indicators 15
instant messaging
connecting 41
contacts 43
conversation 42
groups 42, 43
settings 41
K
keyguard. See keypad lock.
keypad lock 18
one-touch dial. See speed dial.
P
phonebook. See contacts.
profiles 62
PTT. See push to talk.
push to talk 89–93
Q
Quickoffice 67
L
R
landmarks 56
log 28
RealPlayer 51
recorder 51
ringing tones
add to contacts 44
selecting 62
video ringing tones 45
M
media player. See RealPlayer.
memory consumption 17
menu 17
message settings
cell broadcast 40
e-mail 39
multimedia settings 38
other settings 40
service messages 40
text messages 37
messages
audio 32
cell broadcast 37
listening to 36
multimedia objects 33
organizing 34
outbox 31, 35
receiving 33
sending 31
service commands 37
service messages 34
SIM messages 36
special message types 33
writing 31
mobile browser. See web.
N
network 76
notes 66
O
office applications 67
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S
scroll key 17
services. See web.
settings
connection 76
data call 78
date 71
enhancements 71
packet data 77
phone 69
phone language 70
predictive text input 70
security 71
time 71
writing language 70
SIM card
using phone without a SIM card 15
speed dial
calling 22
standby mode 15
synchronization 88
T
text input 70
copying text 30
deleting text 30
predictive 30
themes 61
to-do 65
transferring videos 47
tutorial 18
W
U
web
blogs 59
bookmarks 57
browser settings 60
browsing 58
connecting 57
connection security 57
disconnecting 60
feeds 59
saving a page 59
settings 56
viewing a saved page 59
writing text. See text input.
USB. See data cable.
V
video call 24, 25
videos
transferring 47
Visual Radio 52
voice commands 78
voice dialing 22
voice mailbox 22
voice recorder. See recorder.
volume 18
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