TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
Important safety notes
All the safety instructions in the user's guides of your phone and computer also
apply when this product is used with the phone.
Remember to make backup copies of all important data to protect against
possible loss or alteration.
Only install and use applications and other software from sources that offer
adequate protection against harmful software.
A set of software needed to run Bluetooth on a PC.
A technology that provides short-range radio links to allow mobile
computers, mobile phones, digital cameras, and other portable devices
to communicate with each other without cables. A Nokia mobile device
with Bluetooth wireless technology support allows the user to connect
wirelessly to another compatible Bluetooth device within a short range.
An input/output port through which data is transmitted and received
serially. The serial port is a socket on a PC. It is used to connect serial
devices (usually printers, modems, or mouses) to the computer and
communicate with these devices. Serial ports are assigned names such
as COM1 and COM2.
A computer program that enables another program to communicate with
a hardware device.
A data transmission technique (for example GPRS) that transfers and
receives data in packets instead of using a continuous channel. Users
pay only for the volume of data sent and received.
Personal Information Manager such as Microsoft Outlook or Lotus
Notes. With a PIM application you can manage personal and business
information such as phone book, calendar, and note information.
Process of copying data from one media form to a hard disk. For
example, music from an audio CD to a PC.
Service Pack. A software patch that is applied to an installed application.
A smartphone operating system provided by a software licensing
company owned by major wireless industry companies.