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  • Page 1 Nokia 3360 User Guide Draft V0.1 Not For Distribution [ 1 ]...
  • Page 2: Legal Information

    2001 Nokia Inc. All rights reserved. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. Printed in Canada XX/2001 Nokia, Nokia Connecting People and the Original Accessories logos are trademarks of Nokia Corporation and/or its affiliates. US Patent No 5818437 and other pending patents.
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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Safety first 1 Safety guidelines 1 Road safety comes first 1 Switch off in hospitals 1 Switch off while aboard aircraft 1 Switch off when refueling 1 Switch off near blasting 1 Observe infrared precautions 1 Quick tips 2 Be aware of interference 2 Use your phone sensibly 2 Use only qualified service personnel 2 Use approved accessories and batteries 2...
  • Page 6 The Nokia commitment 6 Alternate format user guides 7 LPS-3 Mobile Inductive Loopset 7 Find information about your phone 8 Contact Nokia 9 Have the right information available 9 Have the phone or accessory handy 9 Contact your service provider 10...
  • Page 7 Review phone symbols 18 Use the selection keys 20 Check in-phone help 20 Browse phone menus 20 Scroll through menus 21 Use a shortcut 21 Shortcuts <verify> 22 Phone book menu 26 Use the phone book 28 Review ABC and 123 entries 28 Enter letters 28 Enter numbers 29 Enter punctuation and other characters 29...
  • Page 8 Use advanced calling features 36 Set in-call options 36 Use call waiting 37 Store the call waiting feature code 37 Activate call waiting 37 Manage calls 37 Make a conference call 37 Lookup a number during a conference call 38 Use call forwarding 39 Store the call forwarding feature code 39 Activate call forwarding 39...
  • Page 9 Set greetings and passwords 50 Listen to your voice messages 50 Personalize rings & tones 51 What is a profile? 51 Select a different profile 51 Customize a profile 52 Set ring options 53 Set the ring volume 53 Set the ring tone 54 Set a vibrating alert 55 Set keypad tones 55 Set warning and game tones 55...
  • Page 10 Restore factory settings 62 Manage phone security 63 Change your security code 63 Protect your phone with the lock code 64 Turn on the phone lock 64 Store an unlocked phone number 65 Call an unlocked phone number 65 Answer a call while using a lock code 65 Change your lock code 65 Turn off the lock code 66 Lock the keypad 66...
  • Page 11 Set up how your phone selects a system 72 Set up the way your phone selects a network 73 Switch between private and public systems 73 Select a public system 74 Use your phone on the road 75 Communicate with text messages 76 About text messages 76 Write with standard text entry 76 Write with predictive text 77...
  • Page 12 Forward a message 85 Send and receive e-mail messages 85 Save e-mail addresses 85 Send an e-mail message 87 Other options for a completed message 88 Reply to or forward an e-mail message 88 Chat with other phone users 89 Use special features 90 Send and receive business cards 90 Send a business card 90...
  • Page 13 Connect to the Internet* 99 Learn about the Services menu 99 Set up for browsing 100 Your service provider and WAP 100 Launch the browser* 100 Navigate a WAP card 100 The browser menu 101 The Options menu 102 Bookmarks 103 Download a ring tone 104 Play, save, or erase a ring tone 104 Play games 105...
  • Page 14 Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7) 127 Travel Charger (ACP-8) 127 Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9) 127 Desktop Charging Stand (DCV-10) 128 Headset (HDE-2) 128 Nokia Xpress-on™ color covers 128 Troubleshooting 129 Technical Information 130 NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty 132 [ 10 ]...
  • Page 15: Safety First

    1 Safety first Read these simple guidelines before you use your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. • SAFETY GUIDELINES Following are important safety precautions for phone use. Road safety comes first Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Park the vehicle first. [road_saf] Switch off in hospitals Follow any regulations or rules.
  • Page 16: Quick Tips

    • QUICK TIPS Observe these brief guidelines to get the best performance from your mobile phone. Be aware of interference All wireless phones may get interference that could affect performance. [interfer] Use your phone sensibly Use your phone only in the normal position (next to the ear). Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.
  • Page 17: Your Phone's Label

    You will be required to provide information from this label, in the event you call Nokia Customer Service (or call your service provider). Therefore, please do not remove or deface this label.
  • Page 18: Welcome

    2 Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of a Nokia 3360 mobile phone, a new tool for the mobile information society. Nokia recommends that you read this chapter before you use your new phone. You will find useful information about: •...
  • Page 19: Follow Graphic Clues

    Warning: Helps you avoid personal injury, damage to the phone, or property damage. Look for updates From time to time, Nokia updates this user guide to reflect changes or corrections. The latest version may be available at the Nokia site on the World Wide Web: [Art]
  • Page 20: Understand Wireless Network Services

    • LEARN ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY SOLUTION The Nokia commitment Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. Nokia maintains a site on the World Wide Web that is dedicated to accessibility solutions. For more...
  • Page 21: Alternate Format User Guides

    Nokia products designed with your needs in mind, go to the Nokia World Wide Web site Alternate format user guides This user guide is available in alternate formats, including: • Braille •...
  • Page 22: Find Information About Your Phone

    LPS-3. • FIND INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR PHONE If you ever need to call Nokia Customer Service or your cellular service provider, you will need to provide specific information about your phone. This information is provided on the phone’s label.
  • Page 23: Contact Nokia

    Whether you’re calling your phone or an accessory, you should have the the equipment with you when you call. For example, if you’re calling about a headset, please have it handy. That way, if a Nokia representative asks a specific question about the accessory, you will have it available for quick reference.
  • Page 24: Contact Your Service Provider

    Your phone will automatically dial the provider’s customer support number. If your service provider determines that the problem is Nokia-related, their representative will direct you to the Nokia Customer Care Center (USA) or Nokia Customer Service (Canada). Nokia Products Ltd.
  • Page 25: Set Up Your Phone

    • ATTACH THE BATTERY This section tells you how to install a new battery. If you’re installing a replacement battery, make sure you use only a Nokia-approved part. See “Using batteries and chargers” on page <###>. • CHARGE THE BATTERY Follow these guidelines to charge the battery.
  • Page 26: Remove The Battery

    Make sure the phone has been turned off for 10 seconds. • 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 27: Connect The Headset

    • Leave your phone switched on until the battery is drained. Ignore any messages to recharge your battery. • Use the battery discharge feature of any approved accessory available for your phone. Important: Do not attempt to discharge the battery by any means other than those just described.
  • Page 28: Review The Basics

    4 Review the basics This section gives you a brief introduction to the phone and shows quick steps for making, answering, and managing your calls. The rest of this guide provides complete details on phone use. [keys picture of phone?] •...
  • Page 29: Possible Overheating

    Possible overheating It is normal for your phone to become hot during use. If the phone becomes too hot, it automatically drops the current call and returns to the Start screen. You won’t be able to make or receive calls until the phone cools.
  • Page 30: Make And Answer Calls

    Press Unlock and then OK. • CHECK THE START SCREEN When you switch on your phone, a Nokia welcome apears, and then you see the Start screen. This is the “home base” for your phone. The Start screen appears when the phone is “idling,” or standing by.
  • Page 31: Return To The Start Screen

    Return to the Start screen You can easily return to the Start screen from any activity other than an active call. To do so: Press [the end key]. The phone clears any text or information you may have been entering, and the screen returns to Start.
  • Page 32: Review Phone Symbols

    A scroll bar appears on the right side of the screen when you scroll through the main menus. The bar gives you a visual representation of your relative position in the main menu structure. You cannot see the scroll bar when you’re working with the phone book or once you have selected a main menu item.
  • Page 33 Symbol What it means Alpha characters you enter will be lowercase. Press to switch to uppercase. Characters you enter will be numbers. Press and hold <^#> to switch back to letters. You are using predictive text. The first word of every sentence will be uppercase.
  • Page 34: Use The Selection Keys

    Symbol What it means You have an active data or • USE THE SELECTION KEYS Note the two selection keys beneath the screen. What these keys do is determined by the word shown above them on the screen. • For example, pressing the left selection key when Menu appears above it shows the first of many menus.
  • Page 35: Scroll Through Menus

    Scroll through menus Follow these steps. From the Start screen, press Menu, and then scroll through the menus using the [Up] [Down] keys. Press Options, Select, or OK, using the selection keys at the option you want. Use the scroll and selection keys to navigate the submenus and to return to the Start screen.
  • Page 36: Shortcuts

    • SHORTCUTS <VERIFY> MESSAGES 1 Write message 2 Write e-mail 3 Inbox 4 Outbox 5 Archive 6 Templates 7 Erase all 8 Chat 9 Voice messages 1 Listen to voice messages 2 Voice mailbox number CALL REGISTER 1 Missed calls 2 Received calls 3 Dialed numbers 4 Clear call lists...
  • Page 37 3 Ringing tone 4 Vibrating alert 5 KEYPAD TONES 6 Warning tones 7 Message alert tone 3 Rename 2 Silent 3 Meeting 4 Outdoor 5 Pager SETTINGS 1 Time settings 1 Alarm clock 1 On 2 Off 1 Clock 1 Show (hide) clock 2 Set the time 3 Time format 2 Call settings...
  • Page 38 1 Continuous 2 Fixed 3 Off 3 Welcome note 4 Help texts 1 On 2 Off 5 Display contrast 6 Power save if no service 3 On 4 Off 7 Restore factory setting 4 Accessory settings 1 Headset 1 Default profile 2 Car/Handsfree 2 Default profile (same options as 4-4-1, Headset) 3 Automatic answer...
  • Page 39 1 On 2 Off 7 Network feature setting 1 Call forwarding (these options available only if the feature is turned on; see your wireless service provider) 1 Forward all calls 2 Forward if busy 3 Forward calls if not answered 4 Forward calls if out of reach or phone is off 5 Cancel all call forwarding <<Verify 4-8 for call forwarding>>...
  • Page 40: Phone Book Menu

    4 Settings 1 Sounds 1 On 2 Off 2 Lights 1 On 2 Off 3 Vibrator 1 On 2 Off CALCULATOR REMINDERS INFRARED 10 SERVICES 11 PREPAID 1 Check balance 2 Add money to account 3 Save access phone numbers 12 NET MONITOR •...
  • Page 41 One by one Erase all Options Beam Type of view Name list Large font Memory status Speed dialing [ 27 ]...
  • Page 42: Use The Phone Book

    5 Use the phone book The phone book gives you quick access to names, numbers, and e-mail addresses. • An entry in the phone book can consist of a number only, or a name and a number. • You cannot enter the same name twice. If you try to save a name that is already in the phone book, the phone asks if you want to replace the existing name.
  • Page 43: Enter Numbers

    Press7 7 7 R Press8 Enter numbers When you are in a number box in the phone book, the phone shows the 123 icon. • To enter numbers, simply press the numbers you want. Enter punctuation and other characters Depending on the language selected for your phone, the following characters may be available: Characters .
  • Page 44: Use Special Characters In Names And Phone Numbers

    Use the scroll keys to select the character you want, then press Use. ERASE MISTAKES If you make a mistake: • Press [graphic] to erase that character. • Press [graphic] as needed to erase more than one character, or press and hold to erase the entire field of characters.
  • Page 45: Check Call History

    6 Check call history The call register keeps track of: • Missed calls • Numbers you’ve dialed • Numbers from which you’ve received calls • The amount of time you’ve spent on calls • CHECK THE CALL LOG Press Menu 2 to access Call register, then press Select. The following submenus are available: Missed calls Received calls...
  • Page 46: Check Missed Calls

    Erase Allows you to erase the displayed number from the call log. View number Allows you to view a number when an associated name appears on the screen. Note: This option works only if you have stored the associated number in the phone book. Tip: You can dial any numbers that appear on your phone’s screen by pressing [graphic].
  • Page 47: Check Received Calls

    Press Menu 2 > 3 (Call register > Dialed numbers). [down] [up] to scroll through the dialed numbers list. When you reach the number you want to dial, press You can also access previously dialed numbers by pressing then pressing [down] [up] to scroll through the list.
  • Page 48: Check Call Timers

    • CHECK CALL TIMERS Your phone tracks the amount of time you spend on each call. To obtain information about time spent on phone calls: Press Menu x > x (Call log > Call timers). Use or to scroll through the options described in the following list: Last call Shows the call duration of the last call made.
  • Page 49: Clear Call Timers

    From this point on, each call you make or receive will be timed. After a call has ended, press any key on your phone to clear the current call’s duration from the screen. Clear call timers Press Menu 2 > 5 > 5 (Call register > Call duration > Clear timers). The Security code field appears.
  • Page 50: Use Advanced Calling Features

    7 Use advanced calling features • SET IN-CALL OPTIONS Your phone allows you to use a number of features during a call. These features are known as in-call options. Note: Many in-call options are network services features. To use these options, you must contact your service provider.
  • Page 51: Use Call Waiting

    • USE CALL WAITING If you have call waiting, your phone beeps during a call to let you know that someone else is calling you. Depending on your caller ID setup, the phone might also display the number of the incoming call. Note: Call waiting may not be available in all wireless systems.
  • Page 52: Lookup A Number During A Conference Call

    The conference call feature varies based on wireless systems. Contact your service provider for details. While in a call, you can either dial the number you want to conference in and press [graphic]. You can press Options, scroll to New call, press OK, enter the phone number, and press OK again.
  • Page 53: Use Call Forwarding

    • USE CALL FORWARDING With call forwarding, you can forward incoming calls to another number. This way, if you are unable to receive calls on your phone, all calls going to that phone can be forwarded to another phone. You never have to miss an important call.
  • Page 54 Forward all calls Forwards all incoming calls. Forward if busy Forwards calls only when you’re on your phone and do not have voice mail. Forward calls if Forwards calls if you don’t answer. This option is not answered handy if you want to give your phone to someone for a short period of time, but you don’t want them to answer the phone.
  • Page 55: Redial Automatically

    • REDIAL AUTOMATICALLY Automatic redial enables your phone to continue trying to call a number that was busy due to wireless network problems. When you call a number and get a busy signal because of network problems, your phone redials this number up to to stop this process prior to the last attempt, press [graphic].
  • Page 56: Save Calling Card Information (Step 2)

    described in the following table. Dialing sequence Use for cards that require you to Access no. Dial 1-800 access number, then phone number, then card number (+ PIN if + phone no. required). + card no. Access no. Dial 1-800 access number, then card number (+ PIN if required), then phone + card no.
  • Page 57: Choose A Calling Card To Use

    enter the card name using your phone’s keypad. Press OK. Choose a calling card to use If you have more than one calling card, you’ll need to choose one before making a call. Press Menu 4 > 1 > 3 (Settings > Call settings > Calling card). Scroll to the desired card and press Options.
  • Page 58: Store The Send Own Number Feature Code

    In most service areas, when you call others, your name is presented to their caller ID (if they subscribe). With Send Own Number, you can block or send the display of your number when you make a call. Note: Send Own Number might not be available in all wireless systems. Contact your service provider for details and availability.
  • Page 59: Select A Phone Number

    • SELECT A PHONE NUMBER Your service provider programs, into your phone’s memory, its phone number and system information when you first activate your phone. The number assigned to your phone provides service for only one service area. However, your phone can be activated in up to three different service areas<?>.
  • Page 60: Set Touch Tones

    Note: This feature is available only for certain phones. Contact your service provider for more information. This means that your phone uses both digital and analog voice channels. The phone always tries to find a digital voice channel first, but if a digital voice channel is not available, the phone looks for an analog voice channel.
  • Page 61: Store Touch Tone Sequences (Strings)

    Press Menu x > x > x (Settings > Phone settings > Touch tones > Touch tone length). [graphic] [graphic] to scroll to Short or Long. Short sets the tone length to .1 second. Long sets the tone length to .5 second. Press OK.
  • Page 62 Warning: If you send touch tones while in the analog mode, be careful not to send confidential information. [ 48 ]...
  • Page 63: Use Voice Mail

    8 Use voice mail Voice mail is a network services feature. Colleagues who miss you when they call can leave a voice message, which you can retrieve later. • CHECK FOR MESSAGES • Your phone beeps when you receive a voice message. Also, the message New voice message appears on your phone’s screen, along with the [graphic]...
  • Page 64: Set Greetings And Passwords

    Enter your voice mailbox password and press OK. Your voice mailbox number can be up to 32 digits long and is used until it’s changed. Therefore, if your phone number changes, you may need to change your voice mailbox number along with it. •...
  • Page 65: Personalize Rings & Tones

    9 Personalize rings & tones • WHAT IS A PROFILE? A profile is a “set of settings” you can use to customize the way your phone works. You can set your own preferences for these items: Ringing options Ringing volume Ringing tone Vibrating alert Keypad tones...
  • Page 66: Customize A Profile

    [graphic] [graphic] Profile names are highlighted (selected) as you scroll through them. Press OK to select a profile. Note: To select a different profile, your phone cannot be connected to a car kit or a headset, and your phone must be at the Start screen. •...
  • Page 67: Set Ring Options

    Set ring options You can choose the tone that your phone uses to notify you of an incoming call. This setting does not affect any incoming text message alert tones. Press Menu 3 (Profiles). Your phone lists each profile. [graphic] [graphic] to scroll to the desired profile in the list for which you want to set the ringing options, and press Options.
  • Page 68: Set The Ring Tone

    Press Menu 3 (Profiles). [graphic] [graphic] to set the ringing volume, and press Options. Highlight Customize and press OK. Scroll to Ringing volume and press Select. Scroll through the options. When you hear the volume level you wish to use, press OK. Note: As you scroll through the ringing options, you can listen to a sample of each.
  • Page 69: Set A Vibrating Alert

    Set a vibrating alert Instead of choosing to have your phone ring, you can have it vibrate to indicate an incoming call. Press Menu 3 (Profiles). [graphic] [graphic] to scroll to the profile for which you want to set the vibrating alert, and press Options. Select Customize and press OK.
  • Page 70: Set The Message Alert Tone

    Press Menu 3 (Profiles). [graphic] [graphic] to set the warning tones, and press Options. Select Customize and press OK. Scroll to Warning and game tones, then press Select. Scroll to On and press OK. If you do not want to use warning or game tones, you can turn them off by scrolling to Off and pressing OK.
  • Page 71: Set The Lights (Car Kit Only)

    Note: Car and Headset do not appear unless your phone has already been connected to a car kit or headset at least one time. Select Customize and press OK. Scroll to Automatic answer and press Select. Scroll to On and press OK. Set the lights (car kit only) While your phone is connected to a car kit, you can set the phone’s lights two ways.
  • Page 72: Rename Profiles

    • RENAME PROFILES Press Menu 3 (Profiles). Use or to scroll to the desired profile and press Options. Scroll to Rename and press OK. Enter the new name and press OK again. Note: You cannot rename the Normal, Headset, and Car kit profiles. [ 58 ]...
  • Page 73: Personalize Phone Settings

    10 Personalize phone settings • SET THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE You can set your phone to display a certain language. Press Menu 4 > 2 > 5 (Settings > Phone Settings > Language). Use or to scroll to the language you want to use and press OK. You can choose from English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Hebrew, and Chinese Traditional.
  • Page 74: Display The Clock

    • If you set the time format to 24-hour, the time is set as soon as you press OK after adjusting the time. Display the clock Press Menu 4 > 2 > 1 (Settings > Phone settings > Clock). The clock appears on the screen and stays there until you choose to hide it.
  • Page 75: Use 1-Touch Dialing

    If you ever want to delete (erase) the welcome note, press Menu 1 > 3 (Options > Erase > OK). • USE 1-TOUCH DIALING You must store names and numbers in your phone book before you can use 1-touch dialing. You can assign a name from the phone book to a 1-touch dial location, using your phone’s keys 2 through 8.
  • Page 76: Erase 1-Touch Dialing Numbers

    Press Names. [graphic] [graphic] Select. Scroll to the key you want to change and press Options. Scroll to Change and press Select. Scroll through the phone book. When you reach the new number, press Select. Erase 1-touch dialing numbers You can erase 1-touch dialing key assignments at any time. Press Names [graphic] [graphic]...
  • Page 77: Manage Phone Security

    • The default security code is 12345. • Nokia highly recommends that you immediately change this code. Then, write down and store the new code in a safe place, away from your phone. When entering your security code, a * appears on the screen each time you press a number key.
  • Page 78: Protect Your Phone With The Lock Code

    • The default lock code is 1234. • Nokia recommends that you change this code immediately. Turn on the phone lock Press Menu 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 (Settings > Security settings > Access codes > Phone lock).
  • Page 79: Store An Unlocked Phone Number

    Store an unlocked phone number You can store a number in the unlocked phone number location. This allows you to call the number even though your phone is locked. Press Menu 4 > 3 > 2 > 2 (Settings > Security settings > Access codes >...
  • Page 80: Turn Off The Lock Code

    When you change your lock code, make sure you store it in a safe place, away from your phone. Avoid entering access codes similar to emergency numbers to prevent accidental emergency calls. Turn off the lock code Press Menu 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 (Settings > Security settings > Access codes >...
  • Page 81: Answer A Call While Keyguard Is Active

    Answer a call while keyguard is active During an incoming call, the keypad automatically unlocks. • Press [Talk] to answer the call. After you end the call, keyguard automatically becomes active again. • Press the Power key to quickly switch the lights on for 15 seconds. •...
  • Page 82: Restrict Incoming Calls

    Enter the number you want to restrict and press OK. Example: If you want to restrict all calls that begin with 1, enter 1. This will restrict all outgoing long distance phone calls. If you want to restrict all calls that begin with 972, enter 972, and so forth. After step 5, the Name field appears.
  • Page 83: Manage Prepaid Services

    12 Manage prepaid services Some service providers offer prepaid cellular services. With prepaid services, you can purchase cellular service time (air time) in advance. When you’ve used the amount of time you purchased, you can restore (replenish) the balance with another advance payment. Service providers that offer prepaid services maintain access numbers that you can use to check your balance and add money to your account.
  • Page 84: Save Access Phone Numbers

    • SAVE ACCESS PHONE NUMBERS After you have activated the Prepaid menu, you need to save the access phone numbers used to check the balance and add money to your account. After you save these numbers, you can use these services through the Prepaid menu.
  • Page 85: Check Prepaid Balances

    prepaid card. Listen for a message, then press OK. Wait for notification, then press <End>. If the operation was not successful, you need to restart from step 2. • CHECK PREPAID BALANCES Low balance: A low balance on your prepaid account is indicated by an audio message before or during a call.
  • Page 86: Set Network Services Features

    13 Set network services features You can susbcribe to various network services whose availability depends on your service provider. Your phone supports the network services listed here. These services are not available from all providers or in all areas. • Voice privacy •...
  • Page 87: Set Up The Way Your Phone Selects A Network

    Set up the way your phone selects a network Press Menu 5. You see the following three options. Automatic: Your phone automatically searches for available networks and chooses the appropriate one. Every time you turn on your phone, it resets to Automatic. Manual: The phone searches for networks and then shows a list of all the possible networks on your phone’s screen.
  • Page 88: Select A Public System

    Select a public system When you take your phone outside its home system, the phone is said to be roaming. The phone can search for home-type systems (that is, systems of the same type as your home system). Or, the phone can search for non- home-type systems.
  • Page 89: Use Your Phone On The Road

    • USE YOUR PHONE ON THE ROAD When your phone is outside its home area, the phone is said to be roaming. Calls made or received while you are roaming usually cost more than calls made in your home area. •...
  • Page 90: Communicate With Text Messages

    14 Communicate with text messages You can use your phone to send and receive short text messages if your service provider offers the message feature and if you subscribe to the service. You can also send and receive messages that contain a person’s name and number (a “business card”).
  • Page 91: Write With Predictive Text

    The word shown on the screen changes after each key stroke (as shown in the example that follows). Since it’s easy to get confused, you should try to disregard the word until you have entered all the characters. Example: To write Nokia with the English dictionary selected: What you press What you see Press <6>...
  • Page 92: Keys And Tools For Predictive Text

    Keys and tools for predictive text Purpose Keys with Use for word entry. Press each key only once for each letters letter. <*+> Press to view the next matching word if the underlined word is not the word you intended. To change the underlined word, press <*+>...
  • Page 93: Turn Off Predictive Text Input

    When Text messages appears, press Select. Scroll to Write message and press Select. Enter a character using the keypad. Press Options, scroll to Dictionary and press OK. Scroll to the dictionary you want (for example, English). Press OK. T9 dictionary activated appears. (“T9” is the technical name for predictive text input.) This means you can use predictive text method to enter messages.
  • Page 94: Add A Word To The Match List

    • Press Options, scroll to Matches, then press OK. Scroll to the correct word and press Use. • Start writing the next word. When you enter a period to end a sentence, the phone switches to <ABC> mode so the that the first letter in the next word will be uppercase (a capital letter).
  • Page 95: Use Folders To Store Text Messages

    • USE FOLDERS TO STORE TEXT MESSAGES Your phone has four folders for managing text messages. Inbox: The Inbox is where your received messages are stored. Messages will remain in the Inbox until you delete them or save them to the Archive folder Outbox: The Outbox is the folder where your created, sent and forwarded messages are stored.
  • Page 96: Save A Message In The Saved Folder

    • SAVE A MESSAGE IN THE SAVED FOLDER When you write a text message, it’s a good idea to save it in the saved folder. Then if there is a message delivery problem, you can easily resend the message. While writing the message, press Options. Scroll to Save, then press OK.
  • Page 97: Read A Text Message

    call, followed by a name or number, the message is a page. Only the names of people who are stored in your phone book appear. • New emergency message: Means that an emergency message or page was sent by someone via the service provider. Emergency messages are sent only in situations where life or property are in immediate danger.
  • Page 98: When Your Phone's Memory Is Full

    Calls the person who sent you the text message, if their phone number is included in the message. You can also press <Talk> while the message is displayed to dial the number. Call back If more than one number is on the screen, the numbers appear in a list.
  • Page 99: Reply To A Message

    • REPLY TO A MESSAGE While reading a message, press Options. Scroll to Reply, then press OK and choose whether your message will be sent as a text message or as e-mail. Enter your message, then press Options. Scroll to Send, then press OK. The phone shows the return number.
  • Page 100 Enter the first two letters of the name you want to find and press OK. Press Options (or press Details if the Name list view is selected in your phone book), scroll to Email address, and press Select. The e-mail address box opens. Enter the address.
  • Page 101: Send An E-Mail Message

    When the address is the way you want it, press OK. The message Saved appears briefly, confirming your action. Send an e-mail message At the Start screen, press Menu and then, at Messages, press Select. At Text messages, press Select, scroll to Write email, and press Select again.
  • Page 102: Other Options For A Completed Message

    Other options for a completed message Save Saves the message in the saved folder until you send it. Erases the message and returns you to the Recipient Erase address box Quit Erases the message and returns you to the Start screen. •...
  • Page 103: Chat With Other Phone Users

    You can turn on predictive text if you wish. For information, see “Write with predictive text input.” When you’ve finished your message, press Options, scroll to Send, and press OK. • CHAT WITH OTHER PHONE USERS You can have a conversation with another person using text messages. You can start by using the Chat menu or by selecting the Chat option while you’re reading a received message.
  • Page 104: Use Special Features

    15 Use special features • SEND AND RECEIVE BUSINESS CARDS Your phone can send or receive electronic business cards consisting of a name and phone number. You can save received business cards in your phone book. Send a business card Find the name in your phone book.
  • Page 105: Delete A Viewed Business Card

    Delete a viewed business card • After viewing the business card, press Back, then press Exit <End?>. • Press Discard, then press OK. • DOWNLOAD RINGING TONES You can download (transfer) up to five ringing tones to replace the personal entries in your list of tones. Ringing tones can be ringing sounds or short tunes.
  • Page 106: Discard Received Ringing Tones

    Press OK. The phone saves the new tone in the list of ring tones. Discard received ringing tones You can discard a ringing tone if you don’t want to save it. • Press Exit . • Scroll to Discard tone, then press OK. •...
  • Page 107: Use The Calculator

    Select either am or pm. The am and pm options appear only if you’ve chosen the am/pm format for the clock. Press OK. The Alarm on message appears. TURN OFF THE ALARM CLOCK WHEN IT RINGS When the alarm clock rings: •...
  • Page 108: Convert Currency

    Based on the type of calculation that you need to perform, use one of the following actions: If you want to..Do this Press * (for + symbol) Subtract Press ** twice (for - symbol) Multiply Press *** (for * symbol) Divide Press **** (for / symbol) Or, you can press Options and then use <up arrow>...
  • Page 109 The exchange rate box opens, with the number 1. Enter the appropriate number and press OK. The number 1 is overwritten by the number you entered. To enter a decimal point, press <#^>. Press OK. The Rate saved message appears. CALCULATE CURRENCY USING THE EXCHANGE RATE Press Menu >...
  • Page 110: Use Infrared

    To connect via IR, the device with which you want to connect must be IrDA compliant. Your Nokia phone is a Class 1 Laser Product. Note: The preferable distance between the two devices in infrared connection is a range of 3 inches to three feet maximum. There must be no obstructions between the two devices and the IR ports of the two devices have to be pointing at each other.
  • Page 111: Other Types Of Ir Connections

    Personal Information Manager (PIM) programs on the market (Outlook, ACT!, Lotus Organizer, Gold Mine, etc.). Use the FoneSync application found on <the Nokia website?> conjunction with your existing PIM application to keep all of your information up-to-date. Phone book Your phone can transmit its phone book information using the industry standard v.card format via it’s infrared (IR) port.
  • Page 112: Reminders

    Scroll to Send card via IR (to send phone book entry). Align the infrared ports of both devices, then press the (?). RECEIVE A BUSINESS CARD FROM ANOTHER DEVICE To receive business cards from another compatible phone, you need to first enable infrared communications using the Infrared menu ?>).
  • Page 113: Connect To The Internet

    17 Connect to the Internet* WAP (short for Wireless Application Protocol) is to mobile devices what WWW (world wide web) is to desktop computers. The mobile community began developing WAP several years ago to give mobile device users access to the internet. Today, most WAP sites are made up of text and hyperlinks, with some capable of text input and selection items in a list.
  • Page 114: Set Up For Browsing

    • SET UP FOR BROWSING It shouldn’t be necessary to manually configure your phone for browsing. Normally your service provider will modify these settings once you’ve subscribed to this feature. Contact your service provider if you have problems using the browser. •...
  • Page 115: The Browser Menu

    • Hyperlink - used to navigate to other cards or sites. Scroll to select the link and click the (?). • Text - use the (?) to scroll through the text. The cursor will automatically jump to the next hyperlink to activate it. •...
  • Page 116: The Options Menu

    • Clear the cache...Empties the browser’s temporary memory and frees up space. It’s advisable to empty your cache at the end of each session. Note: Some service providers may have customized the Services menu WAP page’s Options menu. Please contact your service provider for more information, in the event that any of the above menu options are unavailable.
  • Page 117: Bookmarks

    • BOOKMARKS You can save the address of your favorite sites as bookmarks. If a WAP site’s developers have included a title for the card, then the name of the card will appear in the bookmark list (example: Yahoo! News, ebay on WAP, Mapquest).
  • Page 118: Download A Ring Tone

    • DOWNLOAD A RING TONE You can download up to five ringing tones to your phone through SMS or some WAP sites. For more information about downloading ringing tones, contact your service provider. • PLAY, SAVE, OR ERASE A RING TONE Once you’ve downloaded a ringing tone, your phone displays the message Ringing tone received.
  • Page 119: Play Games

    18 Play games Not only can you use your phone for communication but also for some serious fun. Your phone offers you three games from which to choose. • In Snake II, you are to feed the snake with as many goodies as possible.
  • Page 120: Frequently Asked Questions (Faq)

    19 Frequently asked questions (FAQ) This section lists and answers the questions phone users most frequently ask. Some of the answers tell you to use menu shortcuts. For a complete listing of these shortcuts, refer to <“List of shortcuts”> Q. How do I lock my phone? A.
  • Page 121 A. There are two ways you can unlock the keypad: press and hold and then press OK, or press Unlock and . The term Keyguard is also used in connection with this feature. Q. How do I make the ringing louder? A.
  • Page 122 • Press and hold the 1 key. • Press Menu 1 > 2 > > 1 (Messages > Voice messages > Listen to voice messages). The message Calling voice mailbox appears on the screen. Follow the prompts to access your messages. Q.
  • Page 123 A. Turn your phone off. Remove the phone’s back cover, grasp the ridge at the end of the battery with a fingernail, and lift the battery out. On the inside of the phone, on the sticker that was beneath the battery, after the letters ESN, your phone’s ESN appears.
  • Page 124: Glossary

    Internet called the World Wide Web, or Internet locations developed for the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). data call A call in which your Nokia phone functions as a data/fax modem, connected to your PC via the infrared port. digital network Network where the signal is converted to a digital or binary code before transmission.
  • Page 125 Electronic Serial Number. Used by wireless service providers to identify your phone on the wireless network. fax call A call in which your Nokia phone functions as a data/fax modem, connected to your PC via the infrared port. home system Refers to the wireless system to which you are subscribed.
  • Page 126 Term Definition Internet An elaborate system of interconnected public and private computer networks around the world, used to provide access to information and enable communication between users worldwide. keypad tones The sound heard when a key on your phone’s keypad is pressed. message alert The sounds that are heard upon receipt of a text tone...
  • Page 127 Term Definition preferred Refers to a system that is the same “format” as system your home system, but is not the system to which you have subscribed. ringing option Refers to the way your phone plays (or if it plays) a ringing tone when you have an incoming call.
  • Page 128 See SMS. Universal Resource Locator. A URL is a Web site’s specific address or location on the Internet (for example: voice dialing The ability to dial numbers in your phone using the phone’s voice recognition feature. (see...
  • Page 129 The part of the Internet that is viewed using a special software application called a web browser. The browser in your Nokia phone can access many sites on the World Wide Web, as well as sites designed specifically to be browsed from a mobile phone (see WAP).
  • Page 130: Reference Information

    21 Reference information • BATTERIES, CHARGERS, ACCESSORIES AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION This section provides information about the phone’s batteries, accessories, chargers and technical information. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change as the batteries, chargers, and accessories change.
  • Page 131: Important Safety Information

    Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic object, like a coin, a clip, or a pen causes a direct connection of the + and - terminals of the battery, which are metal strips on the back of the battery. An example of short-circuiting could occur if you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse, where the battery could come into contact with such objects like a coin.
  • Page 132: Traffic Safety

    Traffic safety Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. Always park the vehicle before using the phone. After completing your phone conversation, always secure the phone back into its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or place it where it can break loose in a collision or during a sudden stop.
  • Page 133 These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. Persons with pacemakers: • should always keep the phone more than six inches (20 cm) from their pacemaker when the phone is switched on • should not carry the phone in a breast pocket •...
  • Page 134: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    POSTED FACILITIES Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require. Potentially explosive atmospheres Switch off your phone if you are in any area that has a potentially explosive atmosphere, and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire, resulting in bodily injury or even death.
  • Page 135: Emergency Calls

    Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network and may be illegal. Failure to observe these instructions could lead to the suspension or the denial of telephone services to the offender, or it could result in legal action, or both scenarios could apply.
  • Page 136: Radio Frequency (Rf) Signals

    If certain features are in use (Keyguard, fixed dialing, restrict calls, and so on), you might first need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this guide and your local cellular service provider. When making an emergency call, remember to give all of the necessary information as accurately as possible.
  • Page 137: Care And Maintenance

    FCC ID LJP NPW-1NB. For body worn operation, to maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, use only Nokia approved accessories. When carrying the phone while it is on, place the phone in the carrying case (CBM-12 or CSM- 6) that has been tested for compliance.
  • Page 138: Accessories

    • Keep it and all its parts and accessories out of the reach of small children. • Keep it dry. Precipitation, humidity, and liquids contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits. • Do not use or store it in dusty, dirty areas as its moving parts can be damaged.
  • Page 139: Batteries

    A few practical rules for accessory operation • Keep all accessories out of reach of small children. • When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord. • Check regularly that any vehicle-installed accessories are mounted and are operating properly.
  • Page 140: Standby And Talk Times

    The chargers and accessories that are described in this section are available for your phone. Contact your dealer for details. Also, refer to the accessories brochure that was included in your sales package for the entire line of Nokia Original Accessories. Analog Talk Standby Time...
  • Page 141: When A Charger Is Not In Use

    When a charger is not in use • 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 the battery could shorten its lifespan. If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
  • Page 142: Desktop Charging Stand (Dcv-10)

    [graphic of headset] Nokia Xpress-on™ color covers <Need to check name> Your phone’s Xpress-on™ cover is available in several fashion colors. Extra covers may be purchased from your authorized Nokia dealer. Note: Always store the phone with cover attached. CHANGING COVERS 1 Switch off the power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device.
  • Page 143: Troubleshooting

    <Need to write appropriate description with detailed graphics> • TROUBLESHOOTING This section provides a table that lists some of the most commonly- encountered problems and provides possible solutions. Problem Possible cause My phone isn’t The charger and the charging. phone are not properly connected.
  • Page 144: Technical Information

    Problem Possible cause I can’t listen to my You don’t have voice voice messages. mail service. You have not set up your voice mailbox with your service provider. You have not saved your voice mail number in your phone. You have forgotten your password or are entering it incorrectly.
  • Page 145 Frequency Range Lowband 824.04 - 848.97 MHz (TX) 869.04 - 893.97 MHz (TX) Highband 1850.04 - 1909.92 MHz (TX) 1930.08 - 1989.96 MHz (TX) Transmitter Output Up to 600mW Power Battery Voltage Operating Temperature -4°F to + 104°F (-20°C to +40°C) Number of Channels 832 lowband 1997 highband...
  • Page 146: Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty

    No charge will be made to the Consumer for any such parts. Nokia will also pay for the labor charges incurred by Nokia in repairing or replacing the defective parts.
  • Page 147 The Consumer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to Nokia in Melbourne, Florida. Nokia shall bear the cost of shipping the Product back to the Consumer after the completion of service under this limited warranty. The Consumer shall have no coverage or benefits under this limited...
  • Page 148 Product. e) Nokia will repair or authorize the repair of the Product under the limited warranty within 30 days after receipt of the Product by Nokia or an Nokia authorized service center. If Nokia cannot...
  • Page 150 This is the entire warranty between Nokia and the Consumer, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings, oral or written, and all communications relating to the Product, and no representation, promise or condition not contained herein shall modify these terms.

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