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Nokia 6160 6160 Owner's Manual

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  • Page 2: Power Key

    Keys Power key Press and hold to turn your phone on or off. Scroll keys Scroll through menus, submenus, and the phone book. Press and hold for continuous scrolling. ó Dials the number on the display. Menu Menu Names Names Menu Menu Names...

  • Page 3: Indicators And Icons

    Indicators and Icons You have an active call. The phone is waiting for you to enter a response. All tones for the current profile have been set to Keyguard has been activated to help prevent any accidental keypresses. You have one or more voice messages waiting. You have one or more unread text messages waiting.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Safety At A Glance ....1 2. Getting Connected ....3 Attaching your battery .

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    Call restrictions ........24 Call settings ........24 Call timers .

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    Microphone ........44 Missed calls........45 NAM selection .

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    9. Technical Data ....84 10. NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty . .85 11. Index ......89...

  • Page 8: Safety At A Glance

    1. Safety At A Glance Read these simple guidelines before using your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. For more detailed safety information, see “Important Safety Information” on page 78. Road Safety Comes First Don’t use a hand-held phone while driving;...

  • Page 9: Using This Guide

    FCC/Industry Canada Notice Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (e.g. when using a telephone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC/Industry Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such interference can not be eliminated. If you require assistance, contact your local service facility.

  • Page 10: Getting Connected

    2. Getting Connected You’re battery should be charged before you activate your new phone. This section will help familiarize you on how, and when, to charge your battery. Attaching your battery Simply place the battery in the grooves on the back of your phone.

  • Page 11: Charging Your New Battery

    Charging your new battery Your phone can be used with either a rechargeable Li-Ion or NiMH battery. Note that a new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles. With your phone on or off, connect the charger to a standard 120V AC outlet.

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    When is charging complete? When the charge indicators stop scrolling, your phone is considered fully charged. However, a slight increase in charge may occur if your phone is left connected to the charger for a while. This is called “trickle charge.” Charging times depend on the type of battery and charger used.

  • Page 13: Important Battery Information

    Important Battery Information • The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time (talk time and standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery. •...

  • Page 14: The Basics

    3. The Basics You have purchased a powerful phone, with lots of features. Read this section for some very basic information on how to use your phone. A more comprehensive description of your phone is covered in “Features A to Z” starting on page 16. Switching the phone on and off Press and hold the phone on or off.

  • Page 15: Making A Call

    Checking signal strength When you are at the start screen or in a call, the signal strength is indicated by the indicators on the left side of your phone’s display. These indicators scroll as the strength of the signal increases and decreases. Increasing your phone’s signal may be easy.

  • Page 16: Want To Stop Your Phone From Ringing Without Answering The Call

    Want to stop your phone from ringing without answering the call? ô Press when the phone rings. This keeps you from answering a call if it's inconvenient to talk. You can still answer the call if Call or the name of the person who is calling is still flashing on your display.

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    Answering a call with Keyguard active ó Press to answer the call. After you end the call, Keyguard automatically becomes active again. Some notes about Keyguard • Calls may be possible to the emergency number programmed into your phone (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number).

  • Page 18: Using Your Phone

    4. Using Your Phone The first few days you have your phone, play with it to learn how the menu and submenu system works. The more you learn how to access these menus and submenus, the more fun you’ll have with your phone. This section describes the different methods of using your phone menus and submenus.

  • Page 19: What Is The 'start Screen

    For example, press Menu once. The scroll bar appears with the first (top) tab displayed. A different tab appears each time you press the down through the menu structure. The scroll bar works the same way with submenus. Menu & submenu numbering When you scroll to a menu or submenu, the menu number and/or submenu number appears on the display above the scroll bar.

  • Page 20: Help Text

    Using shortcuts This is a quick and easy way to access a menu without having to scroll through other menus. Press Menu, then menu number, then submenu number. Press the menu and submenu numbers within a couple of seconds of each other when using this method. For a summary of your phone’s menu structure, see “Summary of menu items”...

  • Page 21: Summary Of Menu Items

    Summary of menu items 1 Messages Text Messages 1 1 1 Inbox 1 1 2 Saved 1 1 5 Erase all. Voice Messages 1 2 1 Listen to voice messages 1 2 2 Voice mailbox number Welcome Note 2 Call log Missed calls Dialed calls Received calls...

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    4 Settings Call settings 4 1 1 Emergency key 9 4 1 2 Automatic redial 4 1 3 Calling card Phone settings 4 2 1 Clock 4 2 2 Alarm clock 4 2 3 Touch tones 4 2 4 Restore factory settings 4 2 5 Language Security settings 4 3 1 Restrict calls...

  • Page 23: Features A To Z

    5. Features ABC mode This allows you to enter names into your phone book. See “Entering letters and numbers” on page 35 Access codes This is a security feature that allows you access to certain phone features, such as the phone lock ( and unlocked phone number ( Also, see “Lock code”...

  • Page 24: All Calls Timer

    Snoozing Press Snooze. The alarm will go off again in 10 minutes. If you let the phone alarm for 1 minute without pressing a key, it stops alarming for 10 minutes then starts again. Turning the alarm clock off Press Menu 4 2 2 (Settings - Phone settings - Alarm clock), then scroll to Off and press OK.

  • Page 25: Automatic Redial

    Automatic redial Your phone will redial the number you’re trying to call up to 3 times after you hear a quick, busy signal. Press ô to stop the call attempts. This feature attempts to redial numbers that are busy due to the wireless network. It will not redial numbers to a busy party.

  • Page 26: Storing Exchange Rate

    Storing exchange rate 1. Press Menu 7, then press Options 2. Scroll to Exchange rate and press OK 3. Press visited unit or How many visited units to a home unit, depending on how you wish to convert the currency. Press OK once you decide. 4.

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    Using the calendar 1. Press Menu 8 (Calendar) 2. If you haven’t set the time and date, your phone prompts you to set your phone’s clock When your phone prompts you for the time with hh:mm, enter the time in hours and minutes (using two-digit fields), then press OK Time format (24-hour or am/pm) is set using the Clock.

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    Option 2: Make note With this option, you’ll need to choose Reminder, Call, Meeting, or Birthday. Your phone will prompt you for more information depending on which one you choose. You can also set an alarm for any calendar note. See “Entering letters and numbers”...

  • Page 29: Call Forwarding

    Call forwarding This network service is used to forward incoming calls to another number so you won’t miss an important call. Check with your service provider for details. Note: Before you can activate this feature, you should first store the feature code given to you by your service provider. Otherwise, this feature may not appear in the menu.

  • Page 30: Call Log

    Call log This feature automatically keeps track of numbers you’ve dialed, numbers that have called you, and the amount of time you’ve spent on calls. Using call log 1. Press Menu 2 (Call log) 2. Scroll to one of the following options, then press Select or OK 2-1 Missed calls - See page 45.

  • Page 31: Call Restrictions

    Call restrictions This feature allows you to restrict incoming and outgoing calls to and from certain numbers. See “Restrict calls” on page 55 for details. Call settings This feature allows you to access and activate some of your phone’s features. Using call settings 1.

  • Page 32: Call Waiting

    These call durations are for the currently-selected NAM (phone number). Your phone has separate timers for each NAM your phone uses, except for the Life timer. See “NAM selection” on page 45 for details on NAM. Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary, depending upon items such as network features, rounding off for billing, and taxes.

  • Page 33: Caller Groups

    4. Once the feature code has been confirmed, the feature is activated. Caller groups You can create groups of names in your Phone book (see page 49 tone. Then you’ll know when someone from that group is calling you because of the way the phone rings. Adding names to a caller group Note: The names and numbers that you add to a group must already be stored in your phone book.

  • Page 34: Caller Id

    Renaming a caller group 1. Follow steps 1-3 in “Defining a ringing tone for a caller group” 2. Press 3. Enter the group name (see “Entering letters and numbers” on page 35 for details) and press OK Removing names from a caller group 1.

  • Page 35: Calling Card

    Calling card If you wish to use a calling card for long distance calls, you must first store your calling card information into your phone. Your phone can store up to four calling cards. Storing your calling card 1. Press Menu 4 1 3 (Settings - Call settings - Calling card) 2.

  • Page 36: Making Calling Card Calls

    For details about your phone’s security code, see “Security code” on page 60. Dialing Use for cards that Sequence Dial 1-800 access number, Access no. then phone number, then card + phone no. number (+ PIN if required) + card no. Dial 1-800 access number, Access no.

  • Page 37: Clear Call Lists

    3. Listen for the tone, then press OK. (Your phone will display Wait for tone, then press OK) 4. Listen for the tone again, then press OK. (Your phone will display Wait for tone, press OK again.) Note: This procedure may not apply to all calling card options programmed into your phone.

  • Page 38: Clock

    Careful: Clearing call timers can not be undone. If you are using the call timers to log or track the amount of time you are using your phone, you may wish to record the call timers before you erase them. Note: The Life timer contains important warranty information and can not be reset.

  • Page 39: Displaying Or Hiding The Clock

    Displaying or hiding the clock 1. Press Menu 4 2 1 (Settings - Phone settings - Clock) 2. Scroll to either Hide clock or Display clock (only one will display depending on the current setting) 3. Press Select Conference call This feature allows you to add a third party to a call.

  • Page 40: Customer Care Contact Number

    Activating the current call timer Press Menu 2 5 (Call log - Call timers) and press Details. With Current call timer displayed, press Select, scroll to On, and press OK Customer care contact number With the press of a single button, you can quickly attempt calls to your service provider.

  • Page 41: Earpiece Volume

    Earpiece volume The scroll keys on volume during a phone call. The top scroll key increases while the bottom one decreases the volume. If an accessory like a headset or a car kit, or one with its own loudspeaker, is connected to your phone, the scroll keys will adjust the volume for that accessory.

  • Page 42: Emergency Key 9

    When making an emergency call, remember to give all the nec- essary information as accurately as possible. Remember that your cellular phone may be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident - do not cut off the call until given permission to do so.

  • Page 43: Changing Letter Case

    Your phone displays the phone is in ABC mode. It also displays when you are viewing names rather than numbers. When is displayed, you can enter these characters: Characters Key .,’?!-1 ABC2 DEF3 GHI4 JKL5 MNO6 While you’re editing a name, the cursor to the left, and Press Clear to correct any mistakes.

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    Press the # key again for a couple of seconds if you wish to deactivate the Special characters (for storing names) When in ABC mode (see page 16), you can press the key and the following special characters will appear. You can use these characters to help when storing names in your phone book.

  • Page 45: Games

    Games You have four exciting games to choose from in your phone. Press Menu 6 to choose one of the following games: REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.

  • Page 46: In-call Menu

    Dice Use this to play other games that require a set of dice if one isn’t available. Use the Level option to set the num- ber of dice, up to six. You can roll, lock, and unlock each die as many times as you wish. When you start a new game, the dice roll for a couple of seconds and then stop.

  • Page 47: Keypad Tones

    Touch tones You can manually enter a touch tone string or search for one in your phone book (see “Phone book” on page 49) New call You can make a third party conference call (see “Making a conference call” on page 32) Menu Allows you access to your phone’s menu Names Allows you access to your phone book (see “Phone book”...

  • Page 48: Language

    Language Because many wireless phone cus- tomers speak English as a second language, your phone allows you to choose your phone’s displayed language. Choosing a language for your phone Press Menu 4 2 5 (Settings - Phone settings - Language), scroll to the language you wish to use and press OK.

  • Page 49: Lights

    Lights This is one of the settings in your phone’s Car Profile (see page 53). This feature determines whether the lights are on only when you use your phone, or if they are on at all times. This setting works only when your phone is connected to a car kit.

  • Page 50: Manual Touch Tones

    3. Enter new lock code, press OK 4. Verify new lock code, press OK Note: 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.

  • Page 51: Message Alert Tone

    Using messages 1. Press Menu 1 (Messages) 2. Scroll to one of the following options, then press Select 1-1 Text messages - See page 63. 1-2 Voice messages - See page 69. 1-3 Welcome note - See page 71. Message alert tone This is one of the settings in your phone’s Profiles (see page 53).

  • Page 52: Missed Calls

    Missed calls Your phone will keep track of the last 10 calls you have missed if you weren’t around to answer the call. Missed calls will appear in your phone only if it was turned on and in a service area when the call was missed. If the display says ‘Missed calls’...

  • Page 53: Network Feature Setting

    Note: It may not be necessary to have three NAMs for your phone if your service provider has service or roaming agree- ments for each area in which you wish to use your phone. Contact your service provider for details. Selecting the NAM for your phone Press Menu 4 4 6 (Settings - Network services - NAM selection), highlight the phone number you want to use...

  • Page 54: Network Services

    to the service that the code applies to and press Select to suboption, then Select (Repeat step as required, based on number of suboptions) (Use step four only for call forwarding options) to Activate or Cancel, then press OK Network services Some of the features in this menu are network services that require a subscription.

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    Assigning one-touch dial locations 1. Press Names, scroll to 1-touch dialing and press Select 2. Scroll to next available empty location, (empty) will appear, then press Assign 3. Scroll to select desired name and press Select 4. Repeat as necessary Calling a number using one-touch dialing Note: The 2 key is for dialing a customer care operator, which can be overwritten if you prefer.

  • Page 56: Paging

    Paging You can receive pages with your phone. See “Text messages and pages” on page 63. Phone book You can store up to 199 numbers and associated names in your phone’s memory. These numbers are right at your fingertips for easy dialing. Things to know about the phone book Stored numbers may be up to 32 digits long.

  • Page 57: Storing A Name And Number

    Erase all lets you erase every name and number in your phone book. You can erase one name and number at a time by pressing Details, then Options when viewing a name already in the directory. Storing a name and number 1.

  • Page 58: Erasing Stored Names And Numbers

    Recalling numbers by name At the start screen, press Names. Then press the number on the keypad with the corresponding first letter of the name you wish to call. You can also recall numbers by name by pressing Names, then press Select at Search. Enter the name of the person you wish to recall and press OK.

  • Page 59: Phone Settings

    When your phone is locked, calls may be possible to the emergency number programmed into your phone (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number) including calls with Emergency key 9 (page 35). You can also store a number in the Unlocked phone number location, which allows you to call this number even though your phone is locked (see page 67 for details).

  • Page 60: Profiles

    Profiles Now you can adjust and customize your phone to whatever envi- ronments you find yourself in (i.e. meetings, a movie, etc.). With Profiles, you can control your phone’s ringing volume, ringing tone, message alert, keypad tones, warning and game tones, etc., in a matter of seconds.

  • Page 61: Received Calls

    Customize allows you to customize a Profile by changing the current settings. Rename allows you to rename the Profile. When you select Customize, press OK and you’ll have access to several lists and sub-menus that will enable you to adjust the settings on the current Profile. Note: your phone is connected to a car kit or a headset.

  • Page 62: Restrict Calls

    Restoring factory settings Press Menu 4 2 4 (Settings - Phone settings - Restore factory settings), enter security code and press OK. Note: The memory, timers, language selection and security code is not reset. However, any Profiles you have modified will reset when you restore your settings.

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    2. Scroll to Restrict outgoing calls and press Select 3. Enter the security code and press OK 4. Scroll to Add restriction to create an outgoing call restriction and press OK 5. Enter the number string you wish to restrict and press OK.

  • Page 64: Ringing Options

    Editing call restrictions 1. Press Menu 4-3-1 (Settings - Security settings - Restrict calls) 2. Scroll to Restrict outgoing calls and press Select 3. Enter the security code and press OK 4. Scroll to Edit and press OK 5. Scroll to the restriction you wish to edit, press OK Note: If no name has been entered for a restriction, the restricted number will be displayed 6.

  • Page 65: Ringing Tones

    2. Your phone lists each profile. Use one you want to set the ringing options for and press Options. 3. Highlight Customize and press OK. Press Ringing options, then press Select. 4. Highlight either Ring, Ascending, Ring once, Beep once, Caller groups, or Silent and press OK Caller groups sets the phone to Silent except for calls from people in selected caller groups (see “Caller groups”...

  • Page 66: Roaming

    Setting the ringing volume 1. Press Menu 3 (Profiles) 2. Your phone lists each profile. Use one you want to set the ringing volume for and press Options. 3. Highlight Customize and press OK. Press Ringing volume, then press Select. 4.

  • Page 67: Scrolling View

    Scrolling view There are three different options on how you can view the phone book. Your choices are: Name list shows all stored names in a scrolling list. Three names will appear at any given time. To view other names in the directory, scroll back and forth through the list using setting.

  • Page 68: Changing Your Security Code

    Note: When entering your security code, ***** will appear on the display to keep others from viewing your code. If you make a mistake entering the code, erase the last digit entered by pressing Clear, or press and hold Clear. Then enter the correct code or press Back to exit the current feature.

  • Page 69: Settings

    Otherwise, this feature may not appear in the menu. See “Network feature setting” on page 46 for more details. Note: This feature is only effective when calling to a number that is equipped with Caller ID. 1. Press Menu 4 4 4 (Settings - Network services - Send own number) to Yes (to show your number) or No (to not show it) and press OK...

  • Page 70: System

    System Your phone is capable of working in Residential, Private, and Public Systems (such as your Home System). You can choose how your phone selects a network to use. This feature is Menu 5 in your phone. The default is Automatic, which means your phone automatically searches for networks available to you and chooses the appropriate one.

  • Page 71: Receiving Text Messages

    Some or all of these features may not be available in some wireless systems. Please see your service provider for details and availability. Note: Text messages that you receive with your phone may appear different at times, due to messages that originate in networks other than your own.

  • Page 72: Reading Text Messages

    Reading text messages With Message received displayed, press Read and scroll to new message, then press Read again Reading options Press Options while a text message is displayed to access the following reading options: Read next allows you to read the next message. Erase will erase the message.

  • Page 73: Touch Tones

    If the message memory is still full, your phone will display No space: message waiting. You can clear this notification by pressing OK. Note: Messages are usually deleted from your emergency message may delete messages from your folder Touch tones Your phone can generate various sounds, called touch tones, when the keys are pressed.

  • Page 74: Touch Tone Length

    Storing touch tone strings with phone numbers 1. Enter the phone number (e.g. your office voice mailbox) 2. Press 3. Enter the touch tone string (e.g. voice mailbox password) 4. Store the number as you normally would Note: See “Special Characters (for storing numbers)” on page 37 for details on “p”...

  • Page 75: Vibrating Alert

    3. Enter phone number at Number: (or press Search and scroll through the phone book) 4. Press OK Calling the unlocked phone number Note: Your phone must be locked to use this feature. Press enter the phone number as it is stored and press ó...

  • Page 76: Voice Messages

    Voice messages Voice mail is a network service that may require a subscription from your service provider. Your phone will notify you when you receive a voice message. New voice message will appear on the display along with the icon, and you’ll hear a short beep. Your phone will display the number of voice messages if you’ve received more than one.

  • Page 77: Voice Privacy

    Voice privacy Note: This feature may not be available in all areas. Please see your service provider for details and availability. Used only in digital networks, voice privacy encrypts the voice channel so that people can not eavesdrop on your conversation. Voice privacy will become active only during a call and will notify you with a beep.

  • Page 78: Welcome Note

    Welcome note You can program a welcome note into your phone to display a message when you first turn it on (i.e. hello, your name, a reminder, etc.). The maximum length is 36 characters. 1. Press Menu 1 3 (Messages - Welcome note) 2.

  • Page 79: Accessories

    6. Accessories If you want to enhance your phone’s functionality, an extensive range of accessories is available for you. You can select any of these items to help accommodate your specific communication needs. For availability of these and other accessories, contact your service provider.

  • Page 80: Charging Times

    Charging Times Battery Option BLS-2 Extended Li-Ion Battery 900 mAh BMS-2/BMS-2S Extended NiMH Battery 900 mAh BMS-2V Vibrating NiMH Battery 900 mAh BLS-4 Extended Li-Ion Battery 1500 mAh Note: The times displayed above are approximate and will allow your battery to obtain approximately 80% of its capacity. At this time, the battery scroll bars on your phone’s display will stop scrolling.

  • Page 81: Chargers & Other Accessories

    Also, refer to the accessories brochure that was included in your sales package for the entire line of Nokia Original Accessories. Note: When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the pow- er source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life.

  • Page 82

    Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9) You can charge your phone’s battery from your vehicle battery by using the Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9). You can also use this lightweight charger with the Compact Desktop Charging Stand (DCH-9). Calls are possible during charging. A green light indicates the charger is ready for charging (when not charging) or finished charging (if it has been charging).

  • Page 83

    Please refer to the chart below for charging times in the rear charging slot. DCH-9 Rear Slot Charging Times Battery Option BLS-2 Extended Li-Ion 900 mAh BMS-2/BMS-2S Extended NiMH 900 mAh BMS-2V Vibrating NiMH 900 mAh BLS-4 Ultra Extended Li-Ion 1500 mAh Note: Please note that if you are charging a battery in the rear charging slot while another battery occupies the front slot, please allow an additional two hours for a “maintenance”...

  • Page 84: Troubleshooting

    7. Troubleshooting What if charging fails? If Not charging is displayed, charging is suspended. Make sure the battery is connected to an approved charging device and that the battery is at room temper- ature. Extreme temperatures, hot or cold, can affect your battery’s performance and prevent charging.

  • Page 85: Reference Information

    8. 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.

  • Page 86: Hearing Aids

    • Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket; • Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference. • If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, switch off your phone immediately. Hearing Aids Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids.

  • Page 87

    Users are advised to switch off the phone while at a refueling point (service station). Users are reminded of the need to ob- serve restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.

  • Page 88: Making An Emergency Call

    Emergency Calls IMPORTANT! This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as user-pro- grammed functions which can not guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies).

  • Page 89

    Radio Frequency (RF) Signals Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. In August, 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for handheld wireless phones.

  • Page 90: Care And Maintenance

    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: •...

  • Page 91: Technical Data

    Number of Channels 832 lowband Number of NAMs Memory Locations Memory Capacity Nokia, Connecting People and the Original Accessories logos are trademarks of Nokia Corporation and/or its affiliates. The information contained in this phone was written for dual- mode TDMA and AMPS phones.

  • Page 92: Nokia One-year Limited Warranty

    10. NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty Nokia Mobile Phones, Inc. (“NMP”) warrants that this cellular phone (“Product”) is free from defects in material and workmanship that result in Product failure during normal usage, according to the following terms and conditions: 1. The limited warranty for the Product extends for ONE (1) year beginning on the date of the purchase of the Product.

  • Page 93

    If “a” is not convenient because of distance (more than 50 miles) or for other good cause, the Consumer shall ship the Product prepaid and insured to: Nokia Mobile Phones, Inc. Attn: Repair Department 795 West Nasa Blvd. Melbourne, FL. 32901...

  • Page 94

    f) If the Product is returned to NMP during the limited warranty period, but the problem with the Product is not covered under the terms and conditions of this limited warranty, the Consumer will be notified and given an estimate of the charges the Consumer must pay to have the Product repaired, with all shipping charges billed to the Consumer.

  • Page 95

    Tampa, FL 33614 Telephone: 1-888-NOKIA2U (1-888-665-4228) Facsimile: (813) 249-9619 TTY Users: 1-800-24NOKIA (1-800-246-6542) 17. The limited warranty period for NMP supplied attachments and accessories is specifically defined within their own warranty cards and packaging. ©Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation.

  • Page 96: Index

    11. Index ABC mode 16 Access codes 16 Accessories 72 batteries 72 chargers 74 Alarm clock 16 Answering a call 8 automatic answer 8 Antenna 7 Automatic answer 17 Automatic redial 18 Batteries attaching 3 available 72 charging 4 discharging 5 removing 3 Blocking calls see restrict calls...

  • Page 97

    Earpiece volume 34 Editing names/numbers 50 Emergency calls 34 Erasing names/numbers 51 Factory settings, restoring Forwarding calls 22 Game tones 70 Games Dice 39 Logic 38 Memory 38 Snake 38 Help text 13 Inbox 39 In-call menu 39 Keyguard 9 Keypad lock 9 Keypad tones 40 Keys...

  • Page 98

    Paging 63 Phone book 49 available memory 43 scrolling view 60 Phone lock 51 Power key 7 Profiles 53 Reading text messages 65 Received calls list 54 Receiving text messages 64 Redial automatic 18 last number 41 Ringing options 57 Ringing tones 58 Ringing volume 58 Safety information 78...

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    Para obtener un manual del usuario en español favor de llamar o enviar un fax al teléfono 1-888-NOKIA2U (1-888-665-4228), fax 1-813-249-9619.

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