Nokia 2272 User Manual

Nokia 2272 User Manual

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  • Page 1 Nokia 2272 User Guide...
  • Page 2 Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. The information in this user guide was written for the Nokia 2272 phones. Nokia operates a policy of on-going development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents For your safety ...5 Quick guide ... 7 Menu shortcuts ...8 Welcome ...9 ABOUT YOUR DEVICE ...9 network services ...9 Sign up with a service provider. 9 Accessibility solutions ...9 About your phone ...11 Antennas ...12 Battery ...12 Switch phone on or off ...13 The Start screen ...14 The soft keys ...14...
  • Page 4 End the minibrowser session ... 79 Disable minibrowser confirmations... 79 Reference information ...80 Battery information ... 80 Enhancements ... 82 Chargers and other enhancements ... 82 Care and maintenance ... 88 Nokia Xpress-on™ color covers ... 89 Technical information ... 90 Index ...91...
  • Page 5: For Your Safety

    For your safety Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this manual. SWITCH OFF WHERE PROHIBITED Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
  • Page 6 For your safety CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products. CALLING Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Fully extend the whip antenna. Enter the phone number, including the area code, and press the talk key.
  • Page 7: Quick Guide

    • QUICK GUIDE Make a call Fully extend whip antenna. Enter phone number, press the Send key. Answer a call Press the Send key. Answer a call with Press the Send key or Answer. call waiting End a call Press the End key. Ignore a call Press Silence when your phone rings.
  • Page 8: Menu Shortcuts

    For your safety • MENU SHORTCUTS MESSAGES Text messages ....1-1 Create message ..01-1-1 Inbox .
  • Page 9: Welcome

    • ACCESSIBILITY SOLUTIONS Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. Nokia maintains a Web site that is dedicated to accessibility solutions. For more information about phone features, enhancements, and other...
  • Page 10 Your Nokia phone is equipped with a universal 2.5-mm enhancement jack that can be used to connect any “cellular ready” or “cellular compatible” TTY/TDD device cable to your phone. Important: Once your TTY/TDD device is connected to your phone, you must use the phone menu (Menu >...
  • Page 11: About Your Phone

    About your phone Power key Earpiece Screen Left soft key Send key Number keys Star key Charging port Connection port Microphone [ 11 ] About your phone Whip antenna 2.5-mm headset jack Right soft End key 2-way scroll key Pound key...
  • Page 12: Antennas

    While in a call, hold the phone to your ear. • BATTERY Warning! Use only the BL-5C battery in this Nokia phone. Install Remove the back cover. Place the battery in the compartment with the...
  • Page 13: Switch Phone On Or Off

    Please avoid placing anything in this slot. Important battery information • Recharge your battery only with a charger approved by Nokia. • You can switch the phone on and use it for calls while the battery is charging.
  • Page 14: The Start Screen

    • THE START SCREEN The start screen refers to the phone display when no calls are in progress, and there are currently no menu or phone book entries displayed. You can easily return to the start screen from any location (other than an active call) simply by pressing the •...
  • Page 15: Make And Answer Calls

    Function End: Press the End key to end a call, to silence the ring from an incoming call, or to exit the phone book or menus completely. Used as Back key in Minibrowser. Number: Use keys 0–9 to enter numbers and letters. Press and hold 1 to dial through your voice mailbox.
  • Page 16: Help System

    features. If your use of a feature takes all of the shared memory, your phone may display . To proceed, you must delete some of the information or entries Memory full from these features to make additional memory space available. For example, entering 75 calendar notes may consume significant shared memory.
  • Page 17: Phone Book Menu

    Press , or Options Select Use the scroll and soft keys to navigate the submenus; press the return to the start screen. Menu shortcuts Menus and options are numbered so that you can jump directly to the most frequently used option. The numbers appear in the top right corner of the screen and show your location in the menu.
  • Page 18: Phone Setup

    Phone setup Now that you have had a chance to learn about some of the basic functions and features of your phone, you may want to explore a few options to improve the way you use your phone. • THE HS-5 HEADSET Your sales package may include the HS-5 headset.
  • Page 19: Text Entry

    Text entry Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. You can enter letters, numbers, and special characters using the phone keypad when working with the phone book, calendar, text messaging, or while browsing the Internet.
  • Page 20 Characters G H I 4 J K L 5 M N O 6 Pressing a key repeatedly cycles you through all of that key options. To enter a letter, press the appropriate key repeatedly until the desired letter appears. Continue this process until the word or name is completed. Note: If the next letter in the word you are entering is on the same key, wait two to three seconds for the cursor to advance, and enter the new letter, or press 0 to...
  • Page 21: Enter Numbers

    Enter numbers Your phone will switch to 123 mode when entering a number into your phone book or any other purely numeric entry. When in ABC mode, you can insert numbers using any of the following: • Press and hold the # key for two seconds to switch to 123 mode, and press the desired number keys.
  • Page 22: Write With Predictive Text

    Watching predictive text guess a word can be confusing, disregard the screen until all characters have been entered. : To write “Nokia”: Example Press 6 for N 6 for o...
  • Page 23: Turn On Predictive Text Input

    KEYS AND TOOLS FOR PREDICTIVE TEXT Description Text entry. Press each key only once per letter. Press and hold the key to 2—9 enter the number. If the underlined word is not the word you intended, press this key repeatedly until the word you want appears. Press and hold this key to display a list of punctuation and special characters.
  • Page 24: Tips For Predictive Text

    The message T9 prediction on is enabled. Turn off predictive text input While creating a new text message, press and hold the Press , scroll to Options Scroll to Prediction off • TIPS FOR PREDICTIVE TEXT Check a word When you have finished writing a word, and the word is correct as shown: •...
  • Page 25: Phone Book

    Phone book Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. You can save up to 250 entries in your phone book. Phone memory can store multiple numbers for each name (home, business, mobile, etc.), as well as text information (postal address, e-mail address, or note).
  • Page 26: Phone Book Menus

    Tip: When viewing the list of contacts, enter the first few letters of the desired entry. The phone book automatically jumps to that section of the phone book. • PHONE BOOK MENUS The phone book has several menu options from which you can choose. These options appear when you press you want.
  • Page 27: Edit A Name Or Number

    • EDIT A NAME OR NUMBER You can edit a phone book entry at any time. Locate the phone book entry you wish to edit. Press > Details Options Scroll to Edit name Edit the name or number, and press •...
  • Page 28: Delete Stored Contacts And Numbers

    Scroll to the number type you want, and press Important: If you plan on using Nokia PC Suite to synchronize your phone book and your PC PIM (personal information manager) application, make sure all phone numbers are assigned the correct number type. PC Sync uses this information to synchronize contacts correctly between phone and PC.
  • Page 29: Add Other Information To A Phone Book Entry

    Press to delete the phone book entry (including all details). DELETE THE ENTIRE PHONE BOOK Press , scroll to Contacts Scroll to , and press Delete all When you see the message Enter your security code, and press For more information on the security code, see “Security code” on page 63. •...
  • Page 30: Check Memory Status

    Edit caller group options You can edit various aspects of a caller group. SETTING A RINGING TONE AND GRAPHIC FOR A CALLER GROUP Press Contacts Scroll to Caller groups Scroll to one of the Scroll to one of the following functions and press •...
  • Page 31: Call Log

    Call log Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Your phone keeps a log (record) of call-related information including phone numbers and call times. Before your phone can log missed or received calls properly: You must have a subscription to caller ID service.
  • Page 32: Delete Recent Call Lists

    Option Description Delete Removes the number from the call log Call Redials the displayed number MISSED CALLS When you miss calls, number of calls missed. Important: You are notified of missed calls only if your phone was turned on and you are in a digital service area.
  • Page 33: Turn On A Current Call Timer

    Important: Some timers, including the life timer, may be reset during service or software upgrades. ACCESS THE VARIOUS CALL TIMERS Press > Menu Call log Use the scroll keys to scroll through the following options: Option Duration of last call Duration of received calls Duration of dialed calls Duration of all calls...
  • Page 34: Data/Fax Timers (Data And Minibrowser)

    • DATA/FAX TIMERS (DATA AND MINIBROWSER) The call log records and displays the length of digital data/fax calls, as well as meters the amount of data transferred during data/fax calls. The call log also records this same information when you use the minibrowser to access the wireless Internet.
  • Page 35: Voice Mailbox

    Voice mailbox Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Voice mail is a feature that enables those who call you to leave a voice message in the event you are unable to answer your phone.
  • Page 36: Text Messages

    Press > Menu Messages appears on the screen. Follow the audio prompts from the Calling voice mailbox voice mail system to review your messages. Text messages Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
  • Page 37: View Message Options

    Enter your message. Tip: Since the network limits the number of characters in a message, a character counter appears in the upper right-hand corner of your phone display. This phone supports 160 character SMS messages. To send the message, press USE OTHER OPTIONS You may use the following as a shortcut for sending a new text message: Enter the recipient’s phone number, and press...
  • Page 38: Message Templates

    • MESSAGE TEMPLATES Templates are short, prewritten messages which can be recalled and inserted into new text messages when you’re short on time. Create a new text message as described in steps 1—5 in the section, “Create and send a message” on page 36. Instead of entering your own message, press press Select...
  • Page 39: Receive Messages

    It can be difficult to send messages to phones outside your service provider’s network using traditional text messaging. However, it is possible to send a text message as an email to phones outside your service provider’s network (provided the recipient’s phone is capable of receiving email text messages). Follow the instructions, “Write a message”...
  • Page 40: Reply To A Message

    Option Description Use Web link Captures the URL in the message and allows you to go directly to that site (through the Minibrowser) or to save it as a bookmark. Save address Captures an e-mail address in the message (or the sender of an e-mail text message).
  • Page 41: Delete Messages

    • DELETE MESSAGES You have several options for erasing individual messages or erasing the contents of an entire folder. You may need to delete older or unwanted messages in order to free up phone memory for new messages. Delete options menu has an option that allows you to delete the entire contents of Messages your folders as described below.
  • Page 42: Settings

    View message settings You can assign several settings to the text messages (new messages, replies, or forwarded messages). The following settings are available from the message menu: • sends the message marked urgent and appears in recipient’s Urgent higher priority than other messages. •...
  • Page 43: Folders

    • FOLDERS You have several options for storing and organizing your text messages. The following pages explain further about the various folder options. —Text messages you receive remain stored in your Inbox or move them to the Archive —Messages that cannot be sent immediately can be saved so you can come Outbox back to it later.
  • Page 44: Personalization

    10 Personalization Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. • LEARN ABOUT PROFILES refers to a group of settings you can use to profile customize the way your phone works. You can use the existing profiles or you can customize a profile to suit your own preferences.
  • Page 45: Rename Profiles

    From a profile Customize Scroll to one of the ringing options described below, and press Option Description Ring The phone rings normally. Ascending Ringing volume increases in volume if the phone is not answered. Ring once The phone rings once to indicate an incoming call. Beep once The phone beeps once to indicate an incoming call.
  • Page 46: Download A Ringing Tone

    Your phone has 35 predefined ringing tones and can store up to 10 new ringing tones (sent from an Internet Web site as an SMS or created or downloaded using Nokia PC Suite). Note: Buzzer tones can be sent using SMS.
  • Page 47: Set The Display Language

    • SET THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE You can set your phone to display information in different languages. Your possible choices are English, Spanish, and French. Note: Some languages may vary due to regional differences. All of these languages may not be available in your phone. Press >...
  • Page 48: Voice Commands

    Important: If you use the Auto-update of date and time option while outside your digital network, you may be prompted to enter your own time manually (see “Manually set the clock” on page 47). Network time will replace the time and date you set once you re-enter your digital network.
  • Page 49: Use A Voice Command

    Use a voice command Warning! Do not use voice command in an emergency situation. In emergencies, stress causes changes in your voice, which may keep the phone from recognizing your voice command. At the start screen, press and hold A tone is heard and Please speak now is displayed. After the tone, clearly speak the voice tag that you recorded previously into the microphone.
  • Page 50: Advanced Features

    Advanced features Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Note: Some in-call options are Network Services features. Contact your service provider for information and availability. This chapter describes advanced calling features such as conference calling, call waiting, and the use of calling cards for calls.
  • Page 51: Use Call Forwarding

    • USE CALL FORWARDING When you use call forwarding phone number. Using this feature helps to prevent missing important phone calls. Important: Call forwarding is a network-dependent feature and may not work the same in all networks. Contact your service provider for availability and for your network’s feature codes.
  • Page 52: Call Waiting

    The Activate feature code is now stored in your phone, and you are returned to the field. Continue entering other feature codes (for example, *900 to Feature code cancel Forward if busy Important: Once you enter a network feature code successfully, the feature becomes visible in the Network services menu.
  • Page 53: Send Own Caller Id When Calling

    Press Search to recall the number from the phone book. Press the key again to connect both parties. Send To end the call, press the This action disconnects both parties. End calls To end a conference call, that is, to disconnect with all callers, press the press >...
  • Page 54: Use Automatic Redial

    Press Search to recall a phone number from the phone book. The phone automatically inserts the feature code into the dialing string and dials the phone number. The person you are calling cannot see your phone number on their caller ID. •...
  • Page 55: Voice Dialing

    Scroll to one of the three sequence types and press Enter the required information (access number or prefix and card number). Press to confirm your entries and press Scroll to , press Card name Note: This procedure might not work with all calling cards. Please look at the back of your calling card or contact your long distance company for more information.
  • Page 56: Assign A Voice Tag

    Assign a voice tag You must record a voice tag (up to two seconds) for a phone number before you can use the voice dialing feature to dial it. PHONE BOOK ENTRY At the start screen, scroll to the desired phone book entry, and press Scroll to the phone number you want to tag and press Scroll to Add voice tag...
  • Page 57: 1-Touch Dialing

    microphone. If the voice tag is not recognized by the phone or if you fail to speak a tag within three seconds after the tone, the message Name not recognized is displayed, and you are returned to the start screen. When the voice tag is recognized, The phone book entry will be displayed on the screen for three seconds The voice tag is replayed (through the ear piece).
  • Page 58: Caller Groups

    Assign a number If you want to assign a number to one of the number keys (2—9), do the following: Select > Contacts 1-touch dialing Scroll to the desired number key ( If a phone number is already assigned to a key, the phone book entry name is displayed and the Left soft key is Options.
  • Page 59: Touch Tones

    Option Description Group logo Views, activates, or deactivates the group logo. Group members Assigns other phone book entries to the selected caller group. • TOUCH TONES Touch tones (sometimes known as DTMF tones) are those tones produced when you press the keys on your phone keypad. You can use touch tones for many automated dial-up services such as banking and airlines or for entering your voice mailbox number and password.
  • Page 60: Link Phone Book Entries

    Send from phone book You can save a touch tone string as a separate phone book entry, and recall and send the string using the in-call menu option SAVE AS A PHONE BOOK ENTRY Save the touch tone string (including any pause or wait characters that may be required) to a new entry in the phone book.
  • Page 61: Voice Recorder

    OPTIONS Store the touch tone string into your phone book. Assign the phone book entry with the touch tones to a 1-touch dialing location (for example, location 3). For more information, see “1-touch dialing” on page 57. Edit the automated service’s phone number by adding +n to the end of the phone number (where n is the 1-touch dialing location).
  • Page 62 available: Option Description Playback Plays back the message through the earpiece (phone or headset). Delete Deletes selected voice memo. Edit title Edits the memo of the subject or renames the memo. Add alarm / Alarm Adds (edits or removes) a reminder alarm for the memo. An incoming call interrupts voice memo playback.
  • Page 63: Security And System Settings

    12 Security and System settings Warning! Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Your phone has a variety of security features that help prevent some of the following: •...
  • Page 64: Phone Lock

    Change your security code Press > Menu Settings press Select Enter the existing (or default) security code, and press Enter the new five-digit security code, and press Reenter the new five-digit security code for verification, and press Your phone displays the confirmation message Security code changed. Important: If you change your security code and do not remember the new code, contact your service provider.
  • Page 65: Call Restrictions

    ACTIVATE AND DEACTIVATE PHONE LOCK Press > Menu Settings Enter the lock code, and press Select Turn your phone off and back on to complete the phone lock activation (or deactivation). ANSWER A CALL Press the key or Send Answer ALLOWED NUMBER When phone lock is on, the only outgoing calls that can be made are to the following numbers:...
  • Page 66: Edit Call Restrictions

    Once you have added at least one restriction to either the outgoing or incoming calls list, the following options become visible: • —Used to edit an existing outgoing call restriction Edit • —Used to delete call restrictions from the list Delete Important: When calls are restricted, calls may be possible to the emergency number...
  • Page 67: Automatic Update Of Service

    Select Restrict outgoing calls Select the restriction you wish to edit. Note: If no name has been entered for a restriction, the restricted number will be displayed. Edit the number (as needed), and press Edit the name (as needed), and press Erase call restrictions You may want to delete a restriction that is no longer needed.
  • Page 68: Organizer

    13 Organizer Your phone has a calendar, alarm clock, stopwatch, and contact database—everything you need in an organizer or personal digital assistant. • ALARM CLOCK Your phone alarm clock can be set to sound an alarm at a time you specify. The alarm clock uses the clock time format (12 or 24—hour format).
  • Page 69: Calendar

    Alarms can also be set to notify you of your appointments or notes. You can also use the DKU-5 cable in conjunction with Nokia PC Suite to synchronize your PIM application calendar with your phone calendar, keeping you up-to-date when you are away from you office or PC.
  • Page 70: Stopwatch

    From the Organizer Enter the first number in the calculation (press # for decimal point). To add, press */+ once (+ appears); to subtract, press */+ twice ( - ); to multiply, press */+ three times ( * ); to divide, press */+ four times ( / ). Select Options >...
  • Page 71: Lap Timing

    Timing options Once you have stopped timing an event (using lap or split), you have the option to save the information, reset the stopwatch, or continue timing (split timing only). While stopwatch is running, press • saves the current timing data. Enter a name, and press Save •...
  • Page 72: Applications

    This menu allows the management of Java or downloaded from your PC using Nokia PC Suite. Your phone software may include Java applications designed for your Nokia phone. Some service providers offer other applications via mobile Internet services.
  • Page 73: Download A New Application

    Nokia does not provide any warranty for Nokia applications other than those that belong to Nokia. If you choose to download and install an application, you should take the same precautions, for security or content, as you would with any Internet site.
  • Page 74 you can pause the game by pressing either soft key and resume a paused Snake II game with . Use Continue in your phone. Settings The following settings are available for all games: —Turns game sound effects Game sounds —Turns screen lights Game lights —Turns game vibrating effects Shakes...
  • Page 75: Your Phone And Other Devices

    PC, or use your phone as a wireless modem for digital data/fax calls. When your phone is connected to your PC, you can use Nokia PC Suite to: • Make a backup copy of the data in your phone (Nokia Content Copier).
  • Page 76: Minibrowser

    17 Minibrowser Warning! Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Important: This feature is available only if your service provider’s network supports mobile internet access.
  • Page 77: Minibrowser Menu

    Press After a few seconds, the Home Page appears. Your menu may vary according to your service provider. You can also launch the minibrowser by pressing and holding the 0 key from the start screen. To end a minibrowser session, press and hold the key.
  • Page 78: Links

    Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does not warrant or endorse these sites. If you choose to access them, you should take the same precautions for security or contents as you would with any Internet site.
  • Page 79: End The Minibrowser Session

    • If you receive the message while the phone is idle, press browser and view the message, or press You can use the Minibrowser messages to read your messages at a later time. Message You can receive minibrowser messages containing Web links. If you receive a message containing a link, select open the link and go to the Web site.
  • Page 80: Reference Information

    Warning! When you purchase batteries, chargers, and enhancements for your phone, use only batteries, chargers, and enhancements that have received approval from Nokia. The use of any other type may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and could also be dangerous. For availability of approved batteries, chargers, and enhancements, check with your service provider.
  • Page 81: Standby And Talk Times

    Standby and Talk Times Mode Talk time Digital Up to 3 hrs and 7 min Note: Battery talk and standby times are estimates only and depend on signal strength, network conditions, features used, battery age and condition (including the effect of charging habits), temperatures to which battery is exposed, use in digital mode, and many other factors.
  • Page 82: Enhancements

    • Use only batteries, chargers, and enhancements that have been approved by Nokia. The use of any other types could invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone and could be dangerous. Refer to “Battery information” on page 80 for important battery usage information.
  • Page 83 Chargers and enhancements described in this section are available for your phone. Contact your dealer for details and refer to the enhancements brochure in your sales package for all Nokia Original enhancements. Note: When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for more than 72 hours, since prolonged maintenance charging of the battery could shorten its lifetime.
  • Page 84 Electronic devices Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone. PACEMAKERS Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of at least 6 inches (approximately 15.3 cm) be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
  • Page 85 Reference information Potentially explosive atmospheres Switch off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in property and/or bodily injury or even death. Users are advised to switch off the phone when at a refuelling point (service station).
  • Page 86 Reference information Emergency calls Important: This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless, and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Therefore you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (for example, medical emergencies).
  • Page 87 SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band. For SAR information in other regions please look under product information at [ 87 ]...
  • Page 88: Care And Maintenance

    Reference information • 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 to enjoy this product for many years: •...
  • Page 89: Nokia Xpress-On™ Color Covers

    • NOKIA XPRESS-ON™ COLOR COVERS The Xpress-on cover is available in several fashion colors. Xpress-on covers may be purchased from your authorized Nokia dealer. Warning! Before removing the cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device. Avoid touching electronic components while changing the covers.
  • Page 90: Technical Information

    Reference information REPLACE THE BACK COVER Insert the two catches of the back cover in the corresponding slots in the phone. Slide the cover towards the top of the phone until it locks into place. • TECHNICAL INFORMATION Wireless system Single Band - CDMA 1900 MHz Weight 3.49 oz / 99 g...
  • Page 91: Index

    Index Numerics 1-touch dialing 57 3-way conference calls 52 ABC and 123 modes 19 access codes lock code 64 security code 63 accessibility solutions 9 website 9 accessories battery 80 data cable 83 data cable DKU-5 83 loopset LPS-4 83 mobile holder 83 accessory cigarette lighter charger 83...
  • Page 92 certification information 86 change letter case 20 characters, entering 21 charge the battery 12 clock automatic settings 47 displaying the clock 48 hiding the clock 48 set the time 47 time format 47 color covers 89 connecting to a PC 75 content copier (PC Suite) 75 data cable 83 data call timers 34...
  • Page 93 Reference information receiving messages via 78 minibrowser timer options 34 missed calls, checking 31 mistakes, erasing 20 mobile holder 83 name or number edit 27 navigate phone menus 16 network services 9 subscribing 9 number type, changing 28 number types 27 numbers, add to message 24 numbers, entering 21 one-touch dialing 57...
  • Page 94 street addresse 29 scroll keys 16 scroll through menus 16 security 63 lock keypad 63 phone lock 64 security code 63 security code changing 64 security settings call restrictions 65 phone lock 64 selecting call restrictions 66 selection keys 14 service provider signing up 9 set the ring volume and tone 45...

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