Nokia 9000i Owner's Manual
Nokia 9000i Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1 Owner’s Manual 9357106 Issue 1.1 US...
  • Page 2 Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation, Finland. ©1995-1997 Nokia Mobile Phones Ltd. All rights reserved. Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous improvement. Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.
  • Page 3 FOR YOUR SAFETY Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. More details are included in Chapter 16 "Important safety information" on page 16-1. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Don’t use the communicator while driving; park! SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS Follow any regulations or rules.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Table of contents Introduction ......1-1 Things to remember ....... . . 1-2 Getting started .
  • Page 5 Internet glossary ....... . 7-2 Internet settings ....... . 7-3 E-mail .
  • Page 6 Table of contents Memory ......... 10-11 About this product .
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Congratulations on purchasing the Nokia 9000i Communicator, the versatile communications tool you need to stay connected to the office when you are out. The Nokia 9000i Communica- tor, with a mobile phone, messaging device, In- ternet access terminal and palmtop organizer all in one compact unit, is more than just the sum of its components.
  • Page 8: Things To Remember

    (Figure 1-2) is under the cover. The word “interface” emphasizes the fact that both of these two aspects of the Nokia 9000i Communicator use the same resources and work closely together — they are not separate devices.
  • Page 9 Chapter 1 - Introduction The Internet applications use passwords and user names to protect from unauthorized use of your Internet services. To change the password for an Internet access point, go to the Internet main screen, press Settings, scroll to Internet access and press Change, then press Edit and scroll to Password.
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    The following steps, however, occur only the first time the communi- cator is activated, or after it has been reformatted. For information about other Nokia 9000i Com- municator accessories, see the Accessories Guide. This chapter covers the following topics: •...
  • Page 11: Sim Card

    you do not need a SIM card to use the communi- cator interface, a SIM card is required to send and receive calls and documents. ‚ Open the cover. This activates the communi- cator interface. ƒ Use the scroll keys on the left of the screen to scroll to your home location in the list, then press the button on the right of the screen next to the command OK.
  • Page 12: Contact Cards

    Chapter 2 - Getting started SIM card contents Normally, a new SIM card will not contain any contact information. After the personalization procedure, if the SIM does contain stored names or numbers, you will be asked if you want to copy the SIM card contents into the communi- cator’s memory.
  • Page 13: Connectors

    Note: The battery does not fit into place if the SIM card is not correctly installed. Do not force the battery into place! Check that Connectors (1) IrDA-SIR infrared port for connecting to a PC or a printer (Figure 2-5). For more information on infrared connections, see Chapter 10 "System: Connecting to a PC"...
  • Page 14: Battery

    Chapter 2 - Getting started Battery Your Nokia 9000i Communicator is powered by a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery. The Extended Li-Ion Battery provides up to three hours of talk/ fax/terminal time or up to 30 hours of standby time. Use only batteries approved by the com- municator manufacturer.
  • Page 15: Using The Battery

    Note: No information or user data will be lost if the battery is removed or completely discharged. User data is automatically retained by the flash memory and is unaffected by the status of the battery. Using the battery Use only batteries approved by the communicator manufacturer.
  • Page 16: Communicator Interface

    Chapter 2 - Getting started Communicator interface Figure 2-9: Communicator interface To activate the communicator interface press the cover lock catch and open the cover (Figure 2-9). The applications are run in the middle of the dis- play. The indicators (Figure 2-10) show applica- tion and system-related information (see ”Indicators”...
  • Page 17 Figure 2-10: Communicator display Communicator interface conventions The following figures illustrate certain communi- cator interface conventions (Figure 2-11, 2-12). Figure 2-11: Example of commands (1) When a command appears dimmed, the com- mand cannot be used. (2) When a value appears on a dotted line with a cursor, enter a new value manually via the keyboard.
  • Page 18: Communicator Applications

    Information need not be specifically saved (there is no “Save” command). The Nokia 9000i Com- municator saves all data automatically. To send or receive with any of the communica- tions applications, remember that the phone in-...
  • Page 19: Indicators

    2-10 Indicators The application icon and the application name show the currently active application, i.e., the application you are in at the moment. The icons which appear on the Call status and In- box/Outbox indicator rows, change according to the application and current situation. The battery level and field strength indicators are the same as are shown on the phone interface display when the phone interface is on (see Chapter 13 "Phone...
  • Page 20 Chapter 2 - Getting started Battery level – Battery is low. The battery should be recharged. – Battery is charging (the bar scrolls until it is fully charged). The outlet plug icon indicates that the commu- nicator is connected to an external power source (usually a wall outlet).
  • Page 21: Special Features

    2-12 once you have pressed the shift key, the next key press always generates a shifted character. In most text editors, the shift and arrow keys (see number 7 in Figure 2-13) can be used to select text (see "Special features: Settings and Menus" on page 2-13).
  • Page 22 Chapter 2 - Getting started several contacts and delete them at once in the Contacts directory, or select several documents and transfer them to your PC at the same time in the System application. There are two ways to select multiple items: 1.
  • Page 23 2-14 Figure 2-14: Received communications note Received communications When you open the cover of the communicator and have new received faxes, short messages, unsent documents or missed calls, a note will be shown (Figure 2-14). Special features To read received documents or to check your missed calls, select the corresponding item on the list and press View.
  • Page 24: Useful Settings Information

    Chapter 2 - Getting started Useful settings information The following chart contains settings information for various features of your communicator. All paths take you from the application main view. Following the conventions of the User’s Manual, the command names appear in bold, and item names, entries and values shown in the application area are in italics.
  • Page 25: Contacts

    The Telephone, Fax, SMS and E-mail applications all use information found in the Contacts application. Nokia HelpLine You will find the Nokia HelpLine contact cards for both the USA and Canada in the Contacts directory. The Nokia HelpLine answers questions and offers instructions over the phone.
  • Page 26: Contact Cards

    ƒ To change the label name press Change label. Choose the new label and press OK. „ When your contact card template is satisfac- tory, press Close. To change the Record duration: • Highlight Record duration and press Change. Contact cards Contacts directory The main view within the Contacts application is the Contacts directory.
  • Page 27 Chapter 3 - Contacts Figure 3-1: Contact card Copy to hotlist — Copies the URL field of the contact card to the WWW hotlist (see Chap- ter 7 "Internet: Hotlist" on page 7-12). You may delete or add lines to the Address and Note fields by using the delete or enter keys.
  • Page 28: Records

    phone numbers stored in the Tel (GSM) fields. Make sure that GSM numbers are listed in this field. Speed dials The Speed dials command (see Figure 3-1) lets you assign speed dials to eight phone numbers. Number 1 is reserved for calling your voice mail- box (see Chapter 4 "Telephone: Making a call - Calling your voice mailbox"...
  • Page 29 Chapter 3 - Contacts Figure 3-2: General record The records contain the following information listed in chronological order: • Number contacted (inbound or outbound). • Type of call (voice, SMS, fax, data). • Inbound/outbound call. • Date and time of call. •...
  • Page 30 the number of memory locations in use on the SIM. The phone numbers from the SIM card memory locations will appear in the Tel field of the contact card. If the number you have copied is a GSM number, be aware that you will need to edit the field label in the Contacts application from the communi- cator interface in order to send SMS messages to this contact.
  • Page 31: Telephone

    Chapter 4 - Telephone To make phone calls, the following requirements must be met: • An activated SIM card must be inserted. • The phone interface must be switched on. For a description of the phone interface keys and especially the button, see Chapter 13 ”Phone interface”...
  • Page 32 Ringing volume — This setting adjusts the ring- ing volume (1 is the lowest, 5 the highest). Ringing tone — You can choose from among the list of ringing tones stored in the communicator. To compose your own ringing tones, see Chapter 11 "Extras: Composer"...
  • Page 33: Other Settings

    Chapter 4 - Telephone Call waiting Call waiting is a network service which must be ac- tivated through your network operator before you can use it (see ”Telephone settings” on page 4-1). When the voice call waiting network service is on, the network will notify you of a new incoming voice call while you have a call in progress.
  • Page 34: Making A Call

    Figure 4-1: Flight mode turn on the phone interface by pressing your short messages, faxes and mail will be sent automatically once the communicator receives a GSM1900 network signal. When the communicator is in the flight mode, emergency calls must be made from the phone interface: •...
  • Page 35: Answering A Call

    Chapter 4 - Telephone The number will be written to the search field. Press Call. 2. Use the telephone directory: The Tel. application main view shows the tele- phone directory (Figure 4-2) whenever a call is not in progress. Contact cards that do not con- tain any phone numbers appear dimmed and cannot be selected.
  • Page 36: Managing Calls

    To make a call with a calling card: • Select a contact from the Telephone directory. ‚ Press Call and hold the button down for more than three seconds until the command changes into Calling card call. ƒ When you release the button, wait for a tone and then press OK.
  • Page 37: Conference Call

    Chapter 4 - Telephone Figure 4-3: Call information Conference call As conference calling is a network service, con- tact your local network operator to check if this service is available. In a conference call, you and up to five remote persons can hear each other simultaneously.
  • Page 38 Figure 4-4: Conference call Voice call transfer The voice call transfer is a network service that enables you to connect two voice calls together and disconnect yourself from both calls. Note: The transfer operation can be made only if: 1. You have one call on hold. 2.
  • Page 39 Chapter 4 - Telephone Select a DTMF sequence. You can edit the se- quence, or, if there are no stored sequences, you can manually enter the DTMF string into the field. Press Send to send the DTMF sequence shown in the input field, at the bottom of the display.
  • Page 40: Fax

    Chapter 5 - Fax Activate the Fax application by pressing the but- ton labeled “Fax” on the communicator interface keyboard. To send and receive faxes the following require- ments must be met: • The phone interface must be on. • The network you are using must support fax calls.
  • Page 41 [File name] — All the available gif and jpg files in the Downloaded files folder are listed here. Select which one you want to attach to the fax. Signature file — None (default) / [File name]. Allows you to add your signature to the fax cover page.
  • Page 42: Sending Faxes

    Chapter 5 - Fax Figure 5-1: Fax cover page Fax cover page The fax cover page contains To and From fields, and a Remarks field (Figure 5-1). You may edit any of these entries as well as write a message in the Sending faxes You can send any previously created (or received) document as a fax, or you can create a new one.
  • Page 43 Figure 5-2: Fax directory To add a logo or signature to the fax cover page: The logo and/or signature you want to include must be in JPEG or GIF image format in the Downloaded files folder. You will need to trans- fer the image from your PC to the communica- tor.
  • Page 44: Received Faxes

    Chapter 5 - Fax Received faxes To receive a fax, the following requirements must be met: • You must have subscribed to fax service with your network operator. • The phone must be on. • You must have adequate signal strength. All faxes will be received automatically, and will go to the Received faxes folder.
  • Page 45: Short Messages

    Chapter 6 - Short messages 6. Short messages Activate the Short Message Service (SMS) appli- cation by pressing the button labeled “SMS” on the communicator interface keyboard. To send and receive SMS the following require- ments must be met: • Short Message Service (SMS) must be supported by the network you are using.
  • Page 46: Sms Settings

    SMS settings To view the SMS application settings: Press Settings in the SMS main view. The list of default settings will open. To change the settings: Select a setting and press Change to open it. The settings you define here will be used until you change them again.
  • Page 47: Sending Messages

    Chapter 6 - Short messages • Validity period — 1h / 6h / 24h (default)/ One week / Maximum • Message conversion — None (default)/ Fax / X.400 / Paging / E-mail / ERMES / Speech • Request delivery report — Yes / No (default) Press Change to set a new value for the current message.
  • Page 48 Figure 6-1: Creating a new short message SMS directory The SMS directory contains all the contacts in the Contacts directory, but the names of con- tacts who have no Tel(GSM) number are dimmed and cannot be selected. To edit stored contact information and add a Tel(GSM) number, switch to the Contacts application.
  • Page 49: Received Messages

    Chapter 6 - Short messages ‚ Select a message and press Open. With the message opened, press Menu and select the Forward option. ƒ When the message is ready to be sent, press Recipient. The SMS directory will open. „ You may Select your recipient from the SMS directory, enter the number manually (press Enter number), or view the numbers avail-...
  • Page 50: Business Cards

    You can send any contact card as a business card. Business cards sent from a device that supports the Nokia 9000i Communicator contact card format can be saved directly as new contact cards in the Contacts directory: •...
  • Page 51: Internet

    Inter- net button. To close an active application, press Close. Nokia IAP Info Online For online Information about Internet connec- tivity, go to the Internet application and select WWW. From the Hotlist, highlight Access Point Info- Retrieve Now! and press Retrieve.
  • Page 52: Internet Glossary

    The terms “domain name” and “host name” are sometimes, slightly inaccurately, used synonymously. In a fully qualified domain name (e.g.,, the first part of the name is the name of the host and the following parts are names of domains the host belongs to.
  • Page 53: Internet Settings

    Internet. SSL support is available as add-on software. Check the material delivered in the sales pack- age, or contact the Nokia HelpLine or http:// for further information about latest SSL support. Transmission Control Protocol/Internet...
  • Page 54 Figure 7-1: Internet settings The Internet access settings are: Provider name — The Internet service provider’s name which appears on the access point list. Phone number — Telephone number of the Internet access point. User name — Used in the PPP authentication process if required by the Internet service provider.
  • Page 55: E-Mail

    Chapter 7 - Internet E-mail The Nokia 9000i Communicator e-mail system is compliant with the Internet standards SMTP, IMAP4, POP3, MIME1 and MIME2. E-mail is started in the Internet main view by selecting E-mail and pressing the Select com- mand button. The E-mail main view shows the following folders: Own texts —...
  • Page 56: Sending E-Mail

    CC: own e-mail address — Yes / No (default). If the setting is Yes, the mail will be automat- ically sent to the address defined in Own e-mail address. MIME character encoding — On (default) / Off. MIME encoding allows another MIME compli- ant e-mail system to read the character set used in your communicator.
  • Page 57 Chapter 7 - Internet Figure 7-2: Sending e-mail ¬ When the message is ready to be sent, press Recipient (Figure 7-2). The e-mail directory will open and you may select an address from the list or manually enter the address on the line provided (see "Sending e-mail: E-mail di- rectory"...
  • Page 58 • Move the selection frame over the contact’s name and press Select. To select more than one recipient, use multi-select (Ctrl+space bar). The e-mail envelope will open if the contact has only one e-mail address. If the contact has several e-mail addresses, a pop-up box opens, listing the available addresses.
  • Page 59: Receiving E-Mail

    Chapter 7 - Internet When you press Send in the E-mail envelope, the e-mail message will go to the Document outbox, but will not be sent immediately (see Chapter 12 ”Document outbox” on page 12-1). Receiving e-mail Your incoming e-mail is received by the remote mailbox (Figure 7-4).
  • Page 60 7-10 Figure 7-4: Remote mailbox To set the amount of information shown in the header fields, go to the E-mail main view, select Settings, and scroll down to Show header fields. From the Received mail folder, when you open a received e-mail the following command buttons are displayed: Menu —...
  • Page 61: World Wide Web

    To exit the WWW application, press Hang up in the WWW main view (the Hotlist). This will end the data call and close the WWW application. ple,, You may specify the domains as accurately as you wish. Autodisconnect time — 2 min, 3 min (default), 5 min, Maximum.
  • Page 62: Hotlist

    Enter the Item name you want for your new Hotlist item, then tab to the URL field. Ð Enter the HTTP address (e.g., ƒ The Autoselect IAP field is for those who want to use a specific Internet access point (IAP) to connect to a certain web site.
  • Page 63: Connecting To Www

    Chapter 7 - Internet Connecting to WWW ¿ Select a WWW page from the Hotlist or enter a URL address in the URL entry field (see "Connecting to WWW: Navigating in WWW" on page 7-14). ¡ Press Retrieve. If the WWW page has been downloaded and re- mains in the communicator’s temporary working memory (or “cache”), the page is retrieved from there.
  • Page 64: Navigating In Www

    7-14 Locally stored WWW pages To store downloaded WWW pages locally (i.e., on your communicator): ¿ From the WWW page you have retrieved, press Save. A new set of commands is activated. ¡ Press Copy source. The current WWW page HTML code will be stored in the Downloaded files folder and a link pointing to this WWW page will be added on the hotlist.
  • Page 65: Viewing Images

    Zoom out. The Image viewer is similar to the Fax viewer (see Chapter 5 "Fax: Received faxes" on page 5-5). Plug-ins The Nokia 9000i Communicator is capable of accepting software plug-ins which can increase web browser functionality. To download a plug-in: ¿...
  • Page 66: Telnet

    7-16 Telnet To activate the Telnet application: ¿ Go to the Internet applications main view. ¡ Scroll down to Telnet and press Select. The Telnet application is used to make a connec- tion to a remote computer via the Internet. The Telnet application is similar to the Terminal application, in that both applications emulate the VT100 terminal display (see Figure 7-8).
  • Page 67: Text Transfers

    Chapter 7 - Internet Figure 7-8: Telnet connection In a Telnet connection, these special keys include the following commands (can be used in remote systems that support them): Interrupt — For interrupting the current pro- cess on the remote computer. Skip command output —...
  • Page 68: Terminal

    7-18 Terminal To activate the Terminal application: ¿ Go to the Internet applications main view. ¡ Scroll down to Terminal and press Select. The Terminal application is used to connect directly (not via Internet) to a remote computer by way of a data call. The Terminal main view shows defined Terminal connections.
  • Page 69: Terminal Connection

    Chapter 7 - Internet Modem initialization — Any modem initialization string containing AT commands may be entered here, if needed. The initialization string in the Internet settings (Modem initialization: Custom view) is executed first, then the modem initializa- tion string. Backspace key —...
  • Page 70: Notes

    Chapter 8 - Notes Figure 8-1: Notes application main view Notes is used for writing notes and managing various documents stored on the communicator. All folders as well as the Document outbox are shown in the Notes main view. Folders within the Notes main view are (see Figure 8-1): Own texts —...
  • Page 71 Menu Each folder has a Menu command, which pro- vides the following options: Write note — This option is available only inside Own texts folder. Rename — With this option you can rename the selected subfolder or document. Memos cannot be renamed. Copy —...
  • Page 72: Sending Documents

    Chapter 8 - Notes Received faxes and downloaded figures The contents of a received fax cannot be con- verted into text or edited. Opening a fax acti- vates the fax viewer (see Chapter 5 "Fax: Received faxes" on page 5-5) and opening an image activates the image viewer (see Chapter 7 "Internet: Connecting to WWW - Navigating in WWW"...
  • Page 73: Printing Documents

    For more information on the printers supported, read the readme.txt file on the diskette supplied in the communicator sales package, or see the Club.Nokia home page at For specific information on the printer you are using, please refer to the manufacturer’s User’s Guide.
  • Page 74: Calendar

    Chapter 9 - Calendar In the Calendar application, you can see your calendar of scheduled events, keep a list of tasks in the To-do list, set calendar alarms and link memos to events (see "Daily schedule: Memos" on page 9-3). The Calendar main screen contains your monthly schedule along with the events of a selected day.
  • Page 75: Daily Schedule

    Figure 9-1: Monthly schedule • Edit the schedule of a day by highlighting the date using the scroll keys and pressing Day. • Events which are not be associated with a specific time are indicated with a horizontal bar in the daily schedule (e.g., Mom’s birthday in Figure 9-1).
  • Page 76 Chapter 9 - Calendar Figure 9-2: Daily schedule Start time — The time the event starts. The default start time is the selected time row in the daily events list. End date — The date the event ends (optional). End time — The time the event ends (optional). Alarm —...
  • Page 77: Weekly Schedule

    The alarm options are: None (default) / At start time / . . . minutes before event (enter a value). An active alarm is indicated by an icon in the daily schedule (in Figure 9-2, the 8:00 event). When the alarm occurs, an alarm note is shown Weekly schedule The weekly schedule shows one week at a time.
  • Page 78: Calendar Booking

    Chapter 9 - Calendar Calendar booking Calendar booking enables you to send event re- quests or reservations to other communicator calendars using special SMS messages. Note: The difference between an event request and an event reservation is that the recip- ient may decide whether to accept or discard an event request, but event reservations can only be accepted.
  • Page 79: To-Do List

    To-do list To access the To-do list: 1. Press To-do in the monthly or weekly schedule. 2. Press Menu in any of the schedules. The To-do list is a list of tasks that are not con- nected to any specific time or day. After a calen- dar alarm has occurred, you have the opportunity to move the event to the To-do list by pressing the Move to To-do list command button.
  • Page 80: System

    Select. If one System application is active, you must close it by pressing Close in the applica- tion’s main view before you can start another. The Nokia 9000i Communicator’s applications for PC connectivity include: • File transfer • Install/Remove software •...
  • Page 81: Security

    10-2 time period after which the display will power down if the device remains inactive. This feature saves the battery and increases the communica- tor’s operation time. The time-out value can be between 2 to 15 minutes. The screen power- down cannot be turned off.
  • Page 82 Chapter 10 - System Figure 10-2: Security settings Press Settings in the Security main view to see the security settings list (Figure 10-2): The value of the current setting is shown next to the item (except that the codes are shown as asterisks, *).
  • Page 83 10-4 the beginning of this "Security" section. The new PIN code must be 4 to 8 digits long. The PIN code can also be changed in the phone in- terface Security options menu (Menu 5 6 2). The PIN code is supplied with the SIM card (i.e., the network operator who activates your SIM will give you the PIN code).
  • Page 84: User Data

    Name, Company, Job title, Address, Tel, Fax, Tel(GSM), Fax(GSM), E-mail and URL fields. Fax modem The Nokia 9000i Communicator can be used as a 9600 bps PC fax modem if: • Data calls are supported by the network you are using.
  • Page 85: Connecting To A Pc

    10-6 To change the Fax modem settings: • Press Settings. ‚ Select Connection type: Infrared (default, recommended)/ Cable. The cable connection is intended for use with the communicator’s own PC connectivity appli- Connecting to a PC To use the PC connectivity features found in the System application (such as File transfer, Backup /Restore, etc.), the Nserver connectivity software, provided on a diskette in the communicator sales...
  • Page 86: File Transfer

    PC window). The following files can be transferred: Text files — Nokia 9000i Communicator text files transferred to a PC can be read and edited in a PC environment with standard Windows or MS-DOS text editors.
  • Page 87: Install/Remove Software

    10-8 … Press Open to open the folder containing the file(s) you want to transfer. Select a file by moving the selection frame over it. If the file you want is in a different folder, press Close and select another folder. If you want to copy more than one file, use multi-selection (Ctrl+space bar) or repeat the procedure from step 1.
  • Page 88: Backup/Restore

    Chapter 10 - System Caution: Beware of viruses. Install into the Nokia 9000i Communicator only software you have Backup/Restore The Backup/Restore application enables you to make backups of various data on your communi- cator, as well as restore to the communicator data you have saved.
  • Page 89: Import/Export Calendar Data

    10-10 To import contacts: Press Import in the Import/Export contacts main view. When the data in the defined PC directory has been copied to the communicator, you will be asked to confirm the conversion of the imported data as contact cards. The imported contacts will be added to your Import/Export calendar data The Import/Export calendar data application al-...
  • Page 90: Memory

    Pressing Details will open up a list of folders and other data in the communicator and the amount About this product This view displays information about the Nokia 9000i Communicator. of memory each of them uses. The list is updated every time it is opened.
  • Page 91: Extras

    To select one of these services, choose the service with the scroll or arrow keys and press Select. To change the access numbers of Nokia and Op- erator services, or to change, add or delete serv- ice access points that you have defined yourself, press Settings.
  • Page 92: Calculator

    11-2 the service, the server number (SMSC phone num- ber for this service) and the access number. To retrieve information: • In the Text Web main view, scroll to one of the service access points that you have de- fined and press Select. ‚...
  • Page 93: Clock

    Chapter 11 - Extras All data and calculation commands are entered from the keyboard. The following characters can be used for the corresponding operations: Numbers 0 to 9 . (period) decimal point can be entered, ignored in (space) the calculation addition –...
  • Page 94: World Time

    11-4 There can only be one active alarm. If an alarm is already active, the command names are differ- ent. A counter on the lower right side of the screen shows how much time remains to the time of the alarm. •...
  • Page 95: Composer

    Chapter 11 - Extras Figure 11-3: World time To create a new city card, press Add. To remove a city from the database, press Delete. The current home location cannot be deleted (change the home location, then delete the old one from the list).
  • Page 96 11-6 Custom tune options Press Options to do one of the following: Tempo opens the tempo pop-up box with a new set of commands. Tempo is measured in beats per minute. To alter the tempo, use backspace and enter a new value in the box. To accept the tempo, press OK.
  • Page 97: Converter

    Chapter 11 - Extras Converter This application allows you to make conversions between different units of measure, which in- clude: length, area, volume, mass, velocity, tem- perature, power, energy, and currency. The converter main screen shows two identical lists containing the units that may be converted. From this application, you can convert, for example, inches to feet, inches to centimeters, kilometers to miles, etc.
  • Page 98: Wireless Data Backup

    11-8 … Select the currency from which you want to convert in the list on the left, and the curren- cy to which you want to convert in the list on the right. Wireless Data Backup Wireless Data Backup allows you to backup and restore data over the GSM network via a data call.
  • Page 99: Document Outbox

    Chapter 12 - Document outbox 12. Document outbox Figure 12-1: Document outbox All documents you send go through the Docu- ment outbox, which sends the documents when- ever it is possible (see Chapter 1 "Introduction: Things to remember" on page 1-2). Once a document is in the document outbox, it will remain there until it is successfully sent or you manually cancel the send.
  • Page 100 12-2 sent until you select one and press Start. All email with the Upon request status will be sent during the same connection. To speed up the process and manually send documents that have the Waiting, Retry or Upon request status: •...
  • Page 101: Phone Interface

    Chapter 13 - Phone interface 13-1 13. Phone interface When operating the phone interface, keys must be pressed one at a time. Two keys are never to be pressed simultaneously. switches the phone interface on and off. Note: This button does not function when the device cover is open.
  • Page 102: Display Indicators

    13-2 Using the selection keys When this user’s manual instructs you to “press” a key (the name of the function appears in bold), it means that you should press the selection key under the function name; for example, pressing Menu (the selection key under the text Menu) gains access to the menu functions, and Memory (the selection key under the text Memory) to the memory functions.
  • Page 103: Making A Call

    Chapter 13 - Phone interface Making a call The communicator can make and receive calls only when all the following requirements are met: • The phone interface is switched on. • The communicator has a valid SIM card fitted. • The communicator is located in the network service area ( is shown).
  • Page 104: Using Memory

    13-4 Automatic sending In order to send DTMF tones automatically, you must store them first. Storing DTMF strings is most conveniently done in the communicator in- terface, see Chapter 3 "Contacts: Contact cards - Storing DTMF tones" on page 3-4. If you want to store DTMF strings in the phone interface, see "Using memory: Storing information via the phone interface"...
  • Page 105: Dialing Shortcuts

    Chapter 13 - Phone interface 2. If the next required character is located on the same key as the present one, wait one second. The vertical cursor will appear to the right of the character just pressed. Or, press to move the cursor and select the charac- ter without waiting for the cursor to appear.
  • Page 106: Menu Shortcuts

    13-6 Key in the number of the memory or speed dial location where you have stored the phone num- ber and press The phone interface will recall the number from the memory, display it briefly, and then dial it. If the speed dial location is empty, an error message will be displayed.
  • Page 107: Main Menu Structure

    Chapter 13 - Phone interface ‚ Press either to scroll the list of menus until you reach the desired menu. ƒ Press Select to enter the menu. If the menu contains any submenus, you can go to the one you want with „...
  • Page 108: Detailed Menus List

    13-8 Detailed menus list When you have reached the correct menu, use to scroll through the menu options. Recent calls (Menu 01) Within this menu, you can review and erase the phone numbers stored automatically. Note that the Received calls and Missed calls functions are network services which work only in networks that allow you to view the caller’s phone number.
  • Page 109 Chapter 13 - Phone interface the text NO MESSAGE ON THE TOPIC is displayed. You can scroll the text with . Pressing Option gives you the following options: Use number — Copies the phone number from the current message onto the display, from which you can dial it or store it elsewhere.
  • Page 110 13-10 Phone settings (Menu 4) Lights (Menu 4 1) The keypad and display of the phone interface are fitted with lights to make them easy to read. When the communicator is used as a handport- able phone or is connected to a charger, this set- ting determines whether the lights remain on for 15 seconds after the last keystroke or an incoming call alert (On) or remain permanently off (Off).
  • Page 111 Chapter 13 - Phone interface Call waiting (Menu 4 12) Call waiting is a network service. Contact your operator for subscription. See Chapter 4 "Tele- phone: Telephone settings - Voice call forward, call restrictions and call waiting" on page 4-2. Choose Activate to set call waiting on, Cancel to set call waiting off or Status to show the types of calls with which call waiting may be used.
  • Page 112 13-12 Change access codes (Menu 5 6) Within this submenu, you can change the fol- lowing access codes: lock code (Menu 5 6 1), PIN code (Menu 5 6 2), PIN2 code (Menu 5 6 3), Network password (Menu 5 6 4). See Chapter 10 "System: Security"...
  • Page 113 Chapter 13 - Phone interface Call costs (Menu 6 2) This network service allows you to check various call costs. The costs are shown in charging units or units of currency that you have set within Menu 6 4. The call cost is shown for each SIM card separately.
  • Page 114 13-14 The memory selection does not affect the communicator interface applications, which will always use “B” memory. SIM card memory status (Menu 8 2) Within this submenu, you may review the num- ber of empty and full memory locations on the SIM card.
  • Page 115: Help

    Chapter 13 - Phone interface from voice to fax (see Chapter 4 "Telephone: Con- ference call - Alternating calls" on page 4-8). Speech — When you have an alternating call active, this option changes the mode of the call from fax or data to voice.
  • Page 116 13-16 Once you have read the text, either press Select to enter the function or press Quit to return to the title screen. While reading a help text, you can move to the next or previous menu function by pressing Help...
  • Page 117: Troubleshooting

    +113°F (+45°C). Wait for a while, disconnect the charger, connect it again and retry. If charg- ing still fails, contact your local Nokia retailer. 2. Power comes on, but the phone interface does not work...
  • Page 118: Establishing Communication

    Remember that backed up data can be re- stored in all cases. If these measures do not help, contact your local Nokia retailer. If you get the message INVALID SIM CARD, your SIM cannot be used in the communica- tor.
  • Page 119 Chapter 14 - Troubleshooting Check the status of your call restrictions and call forwarding, see Chapter 4 "Telephone: Telephone settings - Voice call forward, call restrictions and call waiting" on page 4-2. The phone interface is already busy (data or fax being sent or received, the communicator is used as a fax modem).
  • Page 120: Connectivity And Printing

    ATS35=6, which defines the remote modem as a V.32 modem. Common AT commands (based on the ETSI 07.07 standard) supported by the Nokia 9000i Communicator are listed in the file atcomm.txt on the diskette sup- plied with the product. For information on...
  • Page 121: Miscellaneous

    The lock code is included in the communica- tor sales package. If you forget or lose the lock code, contact your Nokia retailer. If you forget or lose a PIN or PUK code, or you have not received such a code, contact your network operator.
  • Page 122: Care And Maintenance

    Chapter 15 - Care and maintenance 15. Care and maintenance Your Nokia 9000i Communicator is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfil any warranty obligations and to enjoy this product for many years.
  • Page 123 15-2 5. Upon request from NMPI, the Consumer must provide information to reasonably prove the date of purchase. 6. The Consumer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to the Customer Service Depart- ment of NMPI. NMPI shall bear the cost of shipping the Product back to the Consumer after the completion of service under this limited warranty.
  • Page 124 Department at Nokia, 6200 Courtney Campbell Causeway, Suite 900, Tampa, FL 33630. Tele- phone (813) 288-3800 or 1-800-456-5553, Fax: (813) 287-6612. 14. The limited warranty period for Nokia Product Corp. supplied attachments and accessories are specifically defined within their own warranty cards and packaging.
  • Page 125: Important Safety Information

    • Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including the Nokia 9000i Communicator, may interfere with the func- tionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufac- turer of the medical device if you have any questions.
  • Page 126: Emergency Calls

    Using this manual The mobile phone described in this manual is ap- proved for use in GSM1900 digital networks. This manual is used for the Nokia 9000i Commu- nicator GSM1900 model. A number of features described in this manual are called Network Services. They are special services provided by network operators.
  • Page 127: Facts About Wireless Data Transmission

    Chapter 16 - Important safety information Facts about wireless data transmission The Nokia 9000i Communicator employs the digital data transmission capabilities of the GSM network to send faxes, short messages, e-mail and to establish connections with remote computers. Wireless data connections can be made from most locations where your mobile phone oper- ates.
  • Page 128: Index

    Index Symbols + character 3-3 Access codes 1-2 Alarm calendar 9-3 clock 11-3 Area codes 11-4 Backup/Restore 10-9 Battery charge indicator 13-2 charging 2-5 Calendar application alarms 9-3 booking 9-5 icons 9-2 memos 9-3 password 9-5 Call records messages 13-8 recent calls 4-5, 13-8 Calling card 4-5 making a call 4-6...
  • Page 129 sending upon request 7-8 settings 7-5 viewing 7-10 writing 7-6 E-mail directory 7-7 Emergency calls 16-2 Fax application cover page 5-3 directory 5-4 forwarding 5-2 receiving 5-5 restrictions 5-2 sending 5-3 viewing 5-5 writing 5-3 zooming 5-5 fax driver software 10-5 Files graphics files 10-7 text files 10-7...
  • Page 130 Index Phone interface 1-1 display indicators 13-2 keypad functions 13-1 lights 13-10 memory button 13-2 menu button 13-2 PIN code 10-3 PIN2 code 10-4 Plus (+) character 3-3 PUK code 10-4 Read-only documents 8-2 Rebooting the communicator 14-1 Reception (call quality) 14-5 Record function 3-4 General record 3-4 Individual record 3-5...
  • Page 131 setting number 4-4, 13-9 Volume phone interface 13-10 speakerphone 4-4 World time 11-4 downloading software 7-15 Hotlist 7-12 Navigation index 7-14 saving information 7-13 settings 7-11 URL addresses 7-12 viewing images 7-15...

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