Keys Fixed-length Power key antenna See p. 6. See p. 15. Do not attempt to extend or remove! Earpiece See p. 16. Current function of Navi™ key Screen 0HQX Navi™ key See p. 6. Scroll keys See p. 6. Clear key See p.
Indicators and icons You have an active call. You have one or more new voice messages. You have one or more new text messages. Keyguard is on. Your phone will not accept any keypresses. To turn it off, press 8QORFN , then The alarm clock is set.
1. For your safety Read these simple guidelines before using your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. Road Safety Comes First Don’t use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first. Switch Off In Hospitals Follow any regulations or rules.
2. Battery installation & charging Before you can use your new phone, you need to attach and charge the battery. Attaching the battery To attach the battery, place it on the back of the phone as shown and slide it toward the top of the phone until it clicks into place.
Problems charging If your phone displays 1RW FKDUJLQJ , charging is suspended. Check that the battery is connected to an approved charging device. If the battery is very hot or cold, wait for a while; charging will automatically resume after the battery is restored to its normal operating state.
1 Press and hold the button at the top of the battery. 2 Slide the battery toward the bottom of the phone. 3 Lift the battery off the phone. Important battery information • The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out.
• select a quick alert setting (see page 24) (if Keyguard is off and the phone is not connected to a headset or handsfree car kit) • silence the ringing of an incoming call Nokia Navi™ key Your phone’s Navi™ key appears below the display. Its current function is indicated by the word that appears above it (for example, 0HQX ).
Clear key Use the clear key • delete a character to the left of the cursor • clear all characters from the display (press and hold) • return to the previous menu level • return from the menu to the start screen (press and hold) •...
To get to the start screen, press and hold for a second. (If there are characters on the display this clears the characters, then you must press and hold again.) Menu Your phone’s menu allows you to easily access the many powerful features in your phone.
Menu shortcuts When you select a menu item, numbers appear on the display above the scroll bar. If you become familiar with these numbers, you can use them as shortcuts for accessing different menu items. For example, to access the 3KRQH VHWWLQJV menu, you can simply press 0HQX 4 2.
Entering letters and numbers Cursor The cursor is a blinking vertical line that appears on the screen when you are entering text or numbers. Characters you enter appear to the right of the cursor. Pressing the key deletes the character to the left of the cursor. Use the scroll keys to move the cursor to the right or left ABC mode...
Changing letter case Press the key to switch between upper- and lower-case letters. The icon switches to to indicate that you are using lower case. Entering numbers To enter numbers while in ABC mode, you can: • press and hold the corresponding key until the number appears, or •...
Character This character creates a pause. Digits to the right of the S are sent as touch tones after a 2.5-second pause. Use this character to save phone numbers of automated services that require you to enter a password or other information after the call is answered.
Notes about Keyguard • When Keyguard is on, the only way to answer a call is to press $QVZHU . • When Keyguard is on, calls may be possible to the emergency number programmed into your phone (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number). However, one-touch emergency dialing (‘emergency key 9’) does not operate.
About the antenna Your Nokia phone has a fixed-length antenna. Do not attempt to extend or remove it. Normal position Hold the phone as you would any other telephone, with the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
Get a strong signal When you are at the start screen (see page 7) or in a call, the strength of the radio signal is indicated by the signal indicators on the left side of your phone’s display. These indicators scroll as the signal strength increases and decreases.
Last number redial The last 10 numbers you dialed are stored in the dialed calls list. Use this list to redial a number you have called recently. 1 From the start screen, press to access the dialed calls list. 2 Scroll to the desired number. 3 Press &DOO .
Caller ID Caller ID is a network service that displays the phone number of the person calling you, if it is available. Check with your service provider for details. If the caller can be identified, the phone displays the caller's phone number and FDOOLQJ .
5. Settings This section describes some phone settings that allow you to customize your phone to suit your preferences and that you probably won’t change very often. Automatic redial Use 0HQX 4 1 2 to turn this feature on or off. When this feature is on and the wireless network is busy, your phone will redial a number up to three times.
Dialing Use for cards that Cards using sequence require you to: this sequence Access no. Dial 1-800 access number, MCI, AT&T True + phone no. then phone number, then Choice, Sprint + card no. card number (+ PIN if Canada, Unitel required) Access no.
Clock Your phone has an internal clock that can be displayed on the start screen. The clock must be set in order for call times to be recorded (see ‘Call log’ on page 42). If you remove the battery for longer than a couple of seconds, the time will be lost.
Language Use 0HQX 4 2 2 to set the language of your phone’s display. You can choose from English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. The shortcut for choosing English is to press 0HQX 4 2 2 1. Lights If you’re using your phone with a car kit, use 0HQX 4 2 4 to set your phone’s lights to 2Q (lights stay on) or $XWRPDWLF (after 15 seconds, lights turn off until the next key is pressed, phone rings, etc.).
$VFHQGLQJ The phone rings using the currently selected ringing tone. The ringing volume starts low and increases with successive rings. 5LQJ RQFH The phone rings once using the currently selected ringing tone. %HHS RQFH The phone beeps once. 6LOHQW The phone makes no sound when you receive a call. icon appears at the start screen.
Warning and game tones Use 0HQX 8 6 to turn your phone’s warning and game tones on or off. Warning tones are created by events such as confirmations, errors, power on, battery low, and recharge battery. Vibrating alert If your phone has a vibrating battery attached, use 0HQX 8 7 to set your phone to vibrate when you receive a voice call.
+HDGVHW Automatically selected when your phone is connected to a headset. Remembers any changes you make to settings in Menu 8, My tones, and uses them the next time you connect the phone to a headset. &DU Automatically selected when your phone is connected to a car kit.
Welcome note Use 0HQX 2 3 to create or change the welcome note for your phone. This note is displayed briefly each time you turn on your phone. It can be your name, a reminder, etc. To save the note, press 2SWLRQV , then 6DYH . To erase the note, press 2SWLRQV , then (UDVH .
6. Emergency calls 1 If the phone is not on, switch it on. 2 Press and hold the key for several seconds to ready the phone for calls. 3 Key in the emergency number for your present location (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by location.
Emergency key 9 Use 0HQX 4 1 1 to turn on this feature. When this feature is on, the phone attempts to make an emergency call when you: • press and hold the 9 key, or • press 9, then press &DOO . Note: When Keyguard is active, the only way to make an emergency call is to dial the emergency number, then press &DOO .
7. Advanced functions Network feature setting Call forwarding, call waiting, and send own number are network services available through your service provider. These features do not appear in your phone’s 1HWZRUN VHUYLFHV menu until you save the related feature code(s) given to you by your service provider.
In-call menu When you are in a call, the Navi™ key function is (QG . However, your phone has an in-call menu that allows you to perform several functions while in a call. To access the in- call menu, press to change the Navi™...
Note: This feature might not be supported in your network. Contact your service provider for details. To return to the first caller Choose 6ZDS from the in-call menu. The call to the second person ends and you may resume your conversation with the first person you called.
Example: If the code for cancelling call waiting is *810 and the number you want to call is (214) 555-1234, dial -;435478884567, then press &DOO. Cancelling call waiting: menu method You can save the code for cancelling call waiting given by your service provider and then use 0HQX 4 4 4 2 to cancel call waiting.
Cancelling call forwarding Standard method To cancel call forwarding, you must get the call forwarding cancellation code from your service provider. 1 Dial the code for cancelling call forwarding (for example, *710). 2 Press &DOO . Menu method You can save the code for cancelling call forwarding and then use the menu to cancel call forwarding.
If a key already has a number assigned to it, you can press 2SWLRQV and then view, change, or erase the number assignment. Making calls using one-touch dialing Press and hold a number key (2 through 8) for a few seconds to call the number assigned to it.
Standard method 1 Dial the feature code followed by the number you want to call. 2 Press &DOO . Example: If the feature code to hide your number is *67 and the number you want to dial is (214) 555-1234, dial -9:5478884567 , then press &DOO .
System selection Your phone is capable of working in residential, private, and public systems. You can choose how your phone selects a network to use. This feature is 0HQX 5 in your phone. The default is $XWRPDWLF , which means your phone automatically searches for networks available to you and chooses the appropriate one.
Touch tones Your phone can generate various sounds, called touch tones, when the keys are pressed. Touch tones can be used for many automated services such as checking voice mail, movie times, and airline arrival/ departure times. Note: Sending confidential information over the air using touch tones is not recommended.
Sending touch tone strings 1 During a call, press to clear any numbers from the display. 2 Press 2SWLRQV . 3 Scroll to 7RXFK WRQHV , then press 2. . 4 Enter or find the touch tone string, then press 2. . Restore factory settings You can use 0HQX 4 2 3 to reset many of the settings in your phone to their factory defaults (as in a new phone).
8. Phone book Your phone allows you to save 100 phone numbers and associated names so they are right at your fingertips for easy dialing. Saving names and numbers Saving a name and number is easy! Just enter the phone number, , then press 6DYH .
Notes about saving names • A name may appear only once in memory. If you try to save a name that already exists in memory, the phone asks if you want to replace the existing name. • If you try to save a phone number and your phone book is full, you are given the option to replace an existing entry.
Editing names and numbers To edit phone book entries, press 0HQX 1 3, scroll to the entry you want to edit, then press (GLW . Edit the name and number as needed. Erasing names and numbers Use 0HQX 1 4 to erase entries from your phone book. 2QH E\ RQH lets you select one entry at a time to be erased.
9. Call log For your convenience, the call log (Menu 3) saves a list of phone numbers you have dialed, and can show you how much time you have spent on the phone. If you subscribe to the caller ID network service, the call log also records the phone numbers of missed calls and received calls.
Viewing the missed calls list at any time Use 0HQX 3 1 to view the missed calls list at any time. To dial a number, press 2SWLRQV , then choose &DOO . Received calls If you subscribe to the caller ID network service, your phone automatically stores the phone numbers of the 10 most recent calls you’ve answered.
Viewing call timers Use 0HQX 3 5 to view the various call timers. /DVW FDOO is the duration of the last call, or current call if applicable. $OO FDOOV is the duration of all calls since the timers were last reset.
10. Voice messages Voice mail is a network service that allows callers to record a message when you cannot be reached. You can then call your voice mailbox and retrieve your messages. Saving your voice mailbox number When you subscribe to voice mail, your service provider will give you a voice mailbox number.
11. Text messages The text message network service allows you to receive text messages from a variety of sources, such as a Web page set up by your service provider. Contact your service provider for more information. Reading messages When you receive a text message, the phone displays the indicator, either 0HVVDJH UHFHLYHG or 1HZ HPHUJHQF\ PHVVDJH (if an emergency message has been received), and makes a sound (depending on the message alert tone;...
About the Inbox The Inbox holds text messages that have not been deleted or saved. Use 0HQX 2 1 1 to access the Inbox at any time. You will see a list of message headers. The icon in front of the header indicates that a message has been read. The icon indicates that a message has not been read.
12. Extra features Alarm clock The alarm clock feature is based on your phone’s internal clock and sounds an alert at a time you specify. Setting the alarm clock Use 0HQX 7 1 to turn the alarm clock on or off. Note that when you’re entering the alarm time, use two digits for both hours and minutes (for example, enter 1:30 as 3463 ).
• To shut off the alarm, press any key except 6QRR]H. The phone displays .HHS WKH SKRQH RQ" Press <HV to keep it on or to switch it off. • If you press 6QRR]H, the phone turns itself off for 10 minutes, then the alarm sounds again.
Logic Find the secret combination of figures in a column. Possible figures are shown at the top of the display. Press the 5 key repeatedly to select a figure and the 2, 4, and 8 keys to move the cursor. Once you think you have the right combination, press the key.
13. Security features Access codes overview Access codes consist of the lock code and security code. When you get your phone, you should change these codes from their defaults, write down the new codes, and keep them in a safe place away from the phone. Avoid using access codes that are similar to emergency numbers, such as 911, to prevent accidental dialing of the emergency number.
Restricting incoming calls Choose 5HVWULFW LQFRPLQJ FDOOV to prevent your phone from receiving incoming calls. Enter your security code, then press 2. . Press 0DUN , then press . Press <HV to save this change (or to cancel). Note: This feature requires the caller ID network service, and the caller’s ID must be available to the phone in order for the restriction to work.
2 Enter the phone number, area code, etc. to which you want to restrict calls, then press 2.. 3 If you want, give a name of up to 10 characters to the restriction (such as -RH\, /RQJ GLVW, or 40;33 &V), then press 2..
How to unlock your phone Press 0HQX , enter the lock code, then press 2. . Answering a call when the phone is locked Press $QVZHU . Saving the unlocked phone number Use 0HQX 4 3 2 2 to save a number that may be called even when your phone is locked.
You can select the accessories that best suit your specific communication needs. For availability, see your local authorized Nokia dealer. A few practical rules for accessory operation: • Keep accessories out of small children's reach.
Changing covers When changing covers, don’t use the phone’s antenna as leverage! 1 Switch off the power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device. 2 Using a coin, depress the colored tab on the top of the phone and slide the color cover forward.
5 Place the bottom of the cover against the bottom of the phone. Make sure all three sets of plastic tabs line up with their respective slots, as shown at left. Close the cover and snap it shut all the way around the edge of the phone.
Batteries Several batteries are available for your phone: • BLS-2 Extended Li-Ion 900 mAh • BMS-2S Extended NiMH 900 mAh • BMS-2V Vibrating NiMH 900 mAh • BLS-4 Ultra Extended Li-Ion 1500 mAh Charging times The table below displays approximate battery charging .
The following chargers and other accessories are available for your phone; please see your dealer for details. Also, refer to any accessory options manual that may have been included in your sales package for the entire line of authentic Nokia accessories.
Note: When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life. If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
Charger can also be used with the DCH-9 Compact Desktop Charging Stand. LCH-9 Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger The multivoltage Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger allows you to charge your phone when you travel. The small charger's functional design fits well with most car lighters and interiors.
wall outlet and connect the connector to the back of the Compact Desktop Charging Stand. Place your phone and/or a spare battery in the stand to begin battery charging. When the phone is charging, no lights are displayed on the stand;...
15. Reference information Important safety information Traffic safety Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. If using a hand-held phone park the vehicle before conversing. Always secure the phone in its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can break loose in a collision or sudden stop.
Persons with pacemakers: • Should always keep the phone more than 6 inches (20 cm) from their pacemaker when the phone is switched on; • Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket; • Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference.
Users are advised to switch off the phone while at a refueling point (service station). Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be switched on and in a service area with adequate signal strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers.
Care and maintenance Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfill any warranty obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many years. When using your phone, battery, charger, OR any accessory: •...
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17. Nokia Limited Warranty Nokia Mobile Phones, Inc. (“NMP”) warrants that this cellular phone (“Product”) is free from defects in material and workmanship, according to the following terms and conditions: 1. The limited warranty for the Product extends for one (1) year beginning on the date of purchase of the Product.
The Consumer shall return the Product to the place of purchase for repair or replacement processing. b) If “a” is not convenient the Consumer shall ship the Product prepaid and insured to: Nokia Mobile Phones, Inc. Attn: Repair Department 795 West Nasa Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32901...
13. Questions concerning this limited warranty may be directed to: Nokia Customer Service 6200 Courtney Campbell Causeway, Ste. 900 Tampa, FL 33607 phone: 1-888-NOKIA2U (1-888-665-4228) or (813) 288-3800 fax: (813) 287-6612 14.