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User's Guide
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Summary of Contents for Nokia 3100

  • Page 1 User’s Guide 9356281 Issue 1...
  • Page 2 Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security. Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. The information contained in this user guide was written for the Nokia 3100 phone. Nokia operates a policy of continuous development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.
  • Page 3 FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when using a telephone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or Industry Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such interference cannot be eliminated.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    C o n t e n t s Contents FOR YOUR SAFETY ....6 Writing compound words ..19 Using traditional text input ..19 General information ....8 4. Using the menu ....20 Access codes ........... 8 List of menu functions....... 20 Extended user’s guide ......
  • Page 5 C o n t e n t s Font size setting ......29 Restore factory settings ....38 Alarm clock (Menu 6) ......39 Service commands ......29 Gallery (Menu 7) ......... 39 Call register (Menu 2)......30 Calendar (Menu 8)......40 Recent call lists........
  • Page 6 C o n t e n t s Clearing the cache memory ..49 8. Patents .........54 Authority certificates...... 49 CARE AND MAINTENANCE..55 Viewing the list of authority certificates........50 IMPORTANT SAFETY Security indicator ......50 INFORMATION ......56 Go to (Menu 13) ........
  • Page 7: For Your Safety

    F O R Y O U R S A F E T Y FOR YOUR SAFETY Read these simple guidelines. Breaking QUALIFIED SERVICE Only qualified personnel may the rules may be dangerous or illegal. install or repair phone Further detailed information is given in equipment.
  • Page 8: Network Services

    F O R Y O U R S A F E T Y ■ Network Services The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use on the EGSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 network. Triband is a network dependent feature. Check with your local service provider if you can subscribe to and use this feature.
  • Page 9: General Information

    Security settings on page 38. You can obtain the password from your service provider. ■ Extended user’s guide You may find an extended user’s guide for your phone model in the support area on the Nokia’s web site,
  • Page 10: Overview Of The Functions In The Phone

    O v e r v i e w o f t h e f u n c t i o n s i n t h e p h o n e Overview of the functions in the phone The Nokia 3100 phone provides many functions which are practical for daily use, such as Calendar, Clock, Alarm clock, Profiles, and many more.
  • Page 11: Your Phone

    Y o u r p h o n e 1. Your phone ■ Keys and connectors 1. Power key 2. Selection keys 3. 4-way scroll key with , and dials a phone number, and answers a call. In standby mode it shows the most recently called number.
  • Page 12: Power Saving

    Y o u r p h o n e Power saving For power saving a digital clock view overwrites the display when no function of the phone has been used for a certain period of time. Essential indicators You have received one or several text or picture messages. See Reading and replying to a message or a SMS e-mail on page 23.
  • Page 13: Getting Started

    G e t t i n g s t a r t e d 2. Getting started ■ Installing the SIM card and the battery Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small children. • The SIM card and its contacts can easily be damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or removing the card.
  • Page 14: Charging The Battery

    G e t t i n g s t a r t e d 4. Close the SIM card holder (7) and press it until it snaps into position. 5. Insert the battery (8). 6. Slide the back cover into its place (9). ■...
  • Page 15: Normal Operating Position

    G e t t i n g s t a r t e d ■ Normal operating position Use the phone only in its normal operating position. Your phone has a built-in antenna. As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is switched on.
  • Page 16: Charging The Glow-In-The-Dark Cover

    ■ Charging the glow-in-the-dark cover The front cover of your Nokia 3100 phone has a glow-in-the-dark element. To make the cover glow you need to charge it with a bright light source for at least 15 minutes.
  • Page 17: Basic Functions

    B a s i c f u n c t i o n s 3. Basic functions ■ Making a call 1. Key in the phone number, including the area code. If you key in a wrong character, press Clear to delete it.
  • Page 18: Answering Or Rejecting An Incoming Call

    Lock keypad. For more information, see the extended user’s guide for your phone model in the support area on the Nokia’s web site, Loudspeaker You can use your phone as a loudspeaker during a call. Warning: Do not hold the phone near to your ear when the loudspeaker is in use, because the volume may be extremely loud.
  • Page 19: Writing Text

    1. Key in the word you want by pressing each key once for one letter. The word changes after each keystroke. For example, to write ‘Nokia’ when the English dictionary is selected, press • To delete the character to the left of the cursor, press Clear. Press...
  • Page 20: Writing Compound Words

    B a s i c f u n c t i o n s • To get a list of special characters, press and hold , select the character you want, or press again to select a smiley from the offered list.
  • Page 21: Using The Menu

    U s i n g t h e m e n u 4. Using the menu The phone offers you an extensive range of functions which are grouped in menus. To access the menu, press Menu. Scroll with through the menus and select the menu by pressing Select.
  • Page 22 U s i n g t h e m e n u 5. Phone settings 10.Applications 6. Display settings 1. Select application 7. Tone settings 2. App. downloads 8. Enhancement settings 3. Memory 9. Security settings 11.Extras 10.Restore factory settings 1.
  • Page 23: Messages (Menu 1)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u ■ Messages (Menu 1) You can read, write, send and save text, multimedia, and e-mail messages. Before sending a message, you need to save your message centre number, see Message settings on page 28. Text messages Using SMS (Short Message Service), your phone can send and receive multi-part messages, which consist of several ordinary text messages...
  • Page 24: Options For Sending A Message

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Options for sending a message After you have written a message, press Options and select Sending options: With Send to many you can send the message to several recipients and Send to list sends the message to a predefined distribution list.
  • Page 25: Inbox And Outbox Folders

    U s i n g t h e m e n u 2. While reading or viewing the message, press Options. You can select, for example, an option to delete, forward or edit the message as a text message or an e-mail, move and rename the message you are reading.
  • Page 26: Distribution Lists

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Distribution lists If you often need to send messages to a fixed group of recipients, you can define distribution lists in the phone’s directory. To view the names in the selected distribution list, press Menu, and select Messages, Text messages Distribution...
  • Page 27: Writing And Sending A Multimedia Message

    U s i n g t h e m e n u service connection. Because delivery of multimedia messages can fail for a variety of reasons, do not rely solely upon them for essential communications. Writing and sending a multimedia message To set the settings needed, see Settings for the multimedia messages on page 29.
  • Page 28: Reading And Replying To A Multimedia Message

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Reading and replying to a multimedia message During receiving a multimedia message, the animated indicator displayed. A received message is indicated with and the text Multimedia message received is shown.
  • Page 29: Voice Messages

    U s i n g t h e m e n u If the folders contain unread messages, the phone will ask whether you want to delete them also. Voice messages Voice mailbox is a network service and you may need to subscribe to it first.
  • Page 30: Settings For The Multimedia Messages

    U s i n g t h e m e n u or the Sent items folder, respectively when the text message memory is full. Settings for the multimedia messages Press Menu, and select Messages, Message settings Multimedia msgs.. Select •...
  • Page 31: Call Register (Menu 2)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u ■ Call register (Menu 2) The phone registers the phone numbers of missed, received and dialled calls, and the approximate length and cost of your calls. The phone registers if it is switched on and within the network’s service area, and the network supports these functions.
  • Page 32: Searching For A Name In Contacts

    U s i n g t h e m e n u • The phone’s directory may save names with numbers and textual notes for each name. You can also save an image for a certain number of names. The phone’s contacts directory uses shared memory.
  • Page 33: Profiles (Menu 4)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u The first number saved is automatically set as the default number. It is indicated with a frame around the number type indicator. When you select a name from the contacts directory this number is used to make a call.
  • Page 34: Settings (Menu 5)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u ■ Settings (Menu 5) Personal shortcuts You can add some specific functions to your personal shortcut list and activate them either in standby mode by pressing the right selection key to) or accessing the Go to menu.
  • Page 35: Call Settings

    U s i n g t h e m e n u The automatic update of the date and time does not change the time that you have set for the alarm clock, calendar or the alarm notes. They are in local time. Updating may cause some alarms that you have set to expire.
  • Page 36: Summary After Call

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Summary after call Press Menu, and select Settings, Call settings Summary after call. Select and the phone will briefly display the duration and cost (network service) of the last call. Send my caller identity Press Menu, and select Settings, Call settings...
  • Page 37: Welcome Note

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Welcome note Press Menu, and select Settings, Phone settings Welcome note. Key in the note which is shown briefly when the phone is switched on. Network selection Press Menu, and select Settings, Phone settings Network selection.
  • Page 38: Operator Logo

    All calls and press Mark. Enhancement settings This menu is shown only if the phone is or has been connected to some compatible Nokia audio enhancements, for example to a headset. Press Menu, and select Settings Enhancement settings. Select one of the displayed enhancements.
  • Page 39: Security Settings

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Security settings Note: When security features that restrict calls are in use (call barring, closed user group and fixed dialling), calls may be possible to certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112, 911 or other official emergency numbers).
  • Page 40: Alarm Clock (Menu 6)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u To set a tone for the alarm, select Alarm tone and the desired tone. When the alarm time expires The phone will sound an alert tone, and flash Alarm! and the current time on the display, even if the phone was switched off.
  • Page 41: Making A Calendar Note

    ■ Games (Menu 9) Your phone software includes some games specially designed for this Nokia phone. Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it...
  • Page 42: Launching A Game

    Menu, and select Games and Memory. Note that Nokia does not warrant for applications from non-Nokia sites. If you choose to download applications from them, you should take the same precautions, for security or content, as you would with any site.
  • Page 43: Other Options Available For An Application

    • Use the game download functionality, see Game downloads on page 41. • Use the Nokia Application installer from PC Suite to download the applications from a compatible PC in your phone. Note that Nokia does not warrant for applications from non-Nokia sites.
  • Page 44: Extras (Menu 11)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Note that when downloading a game or an application, it may be saved Games menu instead of the Applications menu. The applications use shared memory. To view the size of memory available for application installations, press Menu, and select Applications and Memory.
  • Page 45: Making A Currency Conversion

    U s i n g t h e m e n u To make the conversion: key in the currency amount to be converted, press Options, and select In domestic foreign. Countdown timer You can set the alarm to sound after a period of lapsed time. Press Menu, and select Extras Countdown...
  • Page 46: Services (Menu 12)

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Check the availability of these services, pricing and tariffs with your the service provider and network operator. They will also give you instructions on how to use their services. Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function.
  • Page 47: Making A Connection To A Service

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Making a connection to a service First activate the settings of the service, press Menu, and select Services, Settings Connection settings. Select Active service settings and scroll to the set you want to use and press Activate. To make a connection to the service use one of the following ways: •...
  • Page 48: Direct Calling

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Clear the cache (see page 49), Security info, Quit (to disconnect the connection, see page 47). The service provider may also offer other options. Note: If you have tried to access or have accessed confidential information requiring passwords (for example, your bank account), clear the cache of your phone after each use.
  • Page 49: Bookmarks

    Note that your phone may have some pre-installed bookmarks for sites not affiliated to Nokia. Nokia does not warrant or endorse these sites. If you choose to access them, you should take the same precautions, for security or content, as you would with any Internet site.
  • Page 50: Service Inbox

    U s i n g t h e m e n u To view a received service message, press View. Or press Exit to move the message in the Service inbox. To access the Service inbox later, press Menu, and select Services, and Service inbox, or while browsing, press Options, and select...
  • Page 51: Security Indicator

    U s i n g t h e m e n u Security indicator If the security indicator is displayed during a connection, the data transmission between the phone and the gateway or server (identified by the IP address in the Edit active service settings) is encrypted.
  • Page 52: Pc Connectivity

    • Nokia Connection Manager to select the connection type between the PC and the phone. • Nokia PC Browser to copy images and tones from your phone to your PC and vice versa. Note: Copyright protection may prevent some images, ringing tones and other content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.
  • Page 53: Battery Statements

    B a t t e r y s t a t e m e n t s 6. Battery statements ■ Charging and Discharging Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Note that a new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles! The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out.
  • Page 54: Technical Information

    7. Technical Information Weight........85 grams (3 ounces) with BL-5C battery Battery........850 mAh Li-Ion Battery Networks........Wireless networks GSM 900, 1800 and1900 Size (volume)......4.21 cubic inches (69 cc) Frequency range (Rx) ..........EGSM 900: 880 - 915 MHz ..........GSM 900: 890 - 915 MHz ..........GSM 1800: 1710 - 1785 MHz ..........GSM1900: 1850 - 1910 MHz Frequency range (Tx)
  • Page 55: Patents

    8. Patents Manufactured or sold under one or more of the following US Patents: 4558302 5526366 5857151 6005857 6151507 4868846 5553125 5862178 6011554 6163609 4969192 5557639 5870683 6011853 6164547 5001372 5581244 5887266 6014573 6167248 5045973 5625274 5889770 6026161 6170073 5061928 5640395 5892475 6028567...
  • Page 56: 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 fulfil any warranty obligations and to enjoy this product for many years. • Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of the reach of small children.
  • Page 57: Important Safety Information

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ■ Traffic safety Do not use a handheld telephone while driving a vehicle. 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. Remember road safety always comes first! ■...
  • Page 58: Posted Facilities

    • 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 hearing aids. In the event of such interference, consult your wireless provider.
  • Page 59 (service station). Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants, or where blasting operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly marked.
  • Page 60: Emergency Calls

    ■ Emergency calls Important: This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless, and landline networks as well as userprogrammed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Therefore you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (for example, medical emergencies).
  • Page 61 Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
  • Page 62 The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band. For SAR information in other regions please look under product information at
  • Page 63: Appendix

    APPENDIX ■ A message from the CTIA © 2001 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. All Rights Reserved. 1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036. Phone: (202) 785-0081 Safety is the most important call you will ever make. A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use Tens of millions of people in the U.S.
  • Page 64 When it comes to the use of wireless phones, safety is your most important call. Wireless Phone “Safety Tips” Below are safety tips to follow while driving and using a wireless phone which should be easy to remember. 1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features such as speed dial and redial.
  • Page 65 before you begin your trip or attempt to coincide your calls with times you may be stopped at a stop sign, red light or otherwise stationary. But if you need to dial while driving, follow this simple tip--dial only a few numbers, check the road and your mirrors, then continue.
  • Page 66: A Message From The U.s. Food And Drug Administration

    their responsibilities as safe drivers and good citizens. As we approach a new century, more and more of us will take advantage of the benefits of wireless telephones. And, as we take to the roads, we all have a responsibility to drive safely. The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely when driving.
  • Page 67 radiofrequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of wireless phones to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so that the hazard no longer exists. Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the following:...
  • Page 68 they can get from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not the subject of the safety questions discussed in this document. 3. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update? The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called cell mobile or PCS phones.
  • Page 69 existence of any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none of the studies can answer questions about long-term exposures, since the average period of phone use in these studies was around three years. 5. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk? A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data...
  • Page 70 industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts to independent investigators. The initial research will include both laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users. The CRADA will also include a broad assessment of additional research needs in the context of the latest research developments around the world.
  • Page 71 tissue-simulating model of the human head. Standardized SAR test methodology is expected to greatly improve the consistency of measurements made at different laboratories on the same phone. SAR is the measurement of the amount of energy absorbed in tissue, either by the whole body or a small part of the body.
  • Page 72 effects. Their recommendation to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary; it was not based on scientific evidence that any health hazard exists. 11. What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment? Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic devices.
  • Page 73 World Health Organization (WHO) International EMF Project National Radiological Protection Board (UK) July 18, 2001 For updates:

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