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6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 1 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM
Nokia 6560 phone at a glance
See "Learn the keys" on page 16.
Earpiece
Selection
keys
Talk key
Keypad
Charger plug
Headset connector
Power key
Display
screen
Four-way
scroll key
End key
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  • Page 1 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 1 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Nokia 6560 phone at a glance See “Learn the keys” on page 16. Power key Earpiece Display screen Selection keys Four-way scroll key Talk key End key Keypad Charger plug Microphone...
  • Page 2 Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security. Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. The information in this user guide was written for the Nokia 6560 product. Nokia operates a policy of ongoing development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contact Nokia ........
  • Page 4 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page iv Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Make and answer calls ........17 The speaker phone .
  • Page 5 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page v Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features ......37 Set in-call options ......... . .37 Call waiting .
  • Page 6 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page vi Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Display settings ..........59 Tone settings .
  • Page 7 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page vii Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Read a message ..........79 Save a message .
  • Page 8 Technical Information ........107 23 Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty ....108 Appendix A .
  • Page 9: For Your Safety

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 1 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM For your safety 1 For your safety Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user guide for further information. SWITCH ON SAFELY Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
  • Page 10: About Your Device

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 2 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM WATER-RESISTANCE Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry BACK-UP COPIES Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of all important information stored in your phone. CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for detailed safety instructions.
  • Page 11: Shared Memory

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 3 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM For your safety • SHARED MEMORY The following features in this device may share memory: Contacts, calendar, to-do list, gallery, games, and Java™ applications Use of one or more of these features may reduce the memory available for the remaining features sharing memory.
  • Page 12: Welcome

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 4 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM 2 Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of the Nokia 6560 home screen mobile phone. Nokia recommends that you read this chapter before you use your new phone. You will find useful information about: •...
  • Page 13: Quick Guide To Functions

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 5 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Welcome • QUICK GUIDE TO FUNCTIONS Make a call Enter the phone number, press the Talk key. Answer a call Press the Talk key or Answer. Answer with call waiting Press the Talk key...
  • Page 14: Menu

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 6 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • MENU MESSAGES Time and date settings Create message Call settings Create SMS e-mail Phone settings Chat Display settings Inbox Enhancement settings Sent items Network services Archive Security settings Templates Restore factory settings...
  • Page 15: Contact Nokia

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 7 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Welcome Look for updates Nokia updates this user guide to reflect changes or corrections. The latest version may be available at the Nokia site on the World Wide Web: www.nokia.com/us Also, an interactive user guide is available at: www.nokiahowto.com...
  • Page 16: Contact Your Service Provider

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 8 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Nokia Customer Care Center, USA Customer Care Centre, Canada Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia Products Ltd. 7725 Woodland Center Blvd., 601 Westney Rd. South Suite #150 Ajax, Ontario L1S 4N7 Tampa, Florida 33614...
  • Page 17: Review The Basics

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 9 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Review the basics 3 Review the basics • THE ANTENNA Don’t touch Your device has an internal antenna. As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the device is switched on.
  • Page 18 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 10 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Charging Follow these guidelines to optimize battery performance. With your phone turned off, connect the charger plug to the bottom of the phone. Connect the charger to an ac wall outlet.
  • Page 19: Important Battery Information

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 11 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Review the basics • IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION • Recharge your battery only with a charger approved by Nokia. • You can switch the phone on and use it for calls while the battery is charging.
  • Page 20: Remove The

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 12 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • REMOVE THE FRONT COVER Remove the back cover. Once the back cover has been removed, firmly hold the phone with one hand and grasp the top corners of the front cover with the other hand.
  • Page 21: Replace The

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 13 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Review the basics • REPLACE THE BACK COVER Insert the tab at the top of the back cover into the slot at the top of the phone. Lower the cover onto the back of the phone until the bottom locks into place.
  • Page 22 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 14 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM ABOUT THE START SCREEN HOME Your service provider’s name may appear here. Signal strength. A higher bar on the left side of the start screen indicates a stronger signal. If you do not see any bars, you are out of the range of service.
  • Page 23: Phone Setup

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 15 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Phone setup 4 Phone setup • VOLUME Volume keys During a call, you can change the volume level on your phone, making incoming voice sounds louder or softer. The volume keys are the same as the left and right scroll keys.
  • Page 24: Display Contrast

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 16 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • DISPLAY CONTRAST You can change the contrast on your display, making it brighter or darker. Press Menu, then select Settings > Display settings > Display brightness. Press the right arrow to increase the contrast, or the left arrow to decrease it.
  • Page 25: Make And Answer Calls

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 17 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Phone setup key—When writing a message, press * to enter special characters, such as punctuation marks. Selection keys—Press to choose the option shown by the word above the key (for example, Menu).
  • Page 26: Phone Symbols

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 18 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • PHONE SYMBOLS The following is a collection of the various symbols you may see on your phone. Symbol What it means You have an active call. The phone is waiting for you to enter numbers or text.
  • Page 27: The Selection Keys

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 19 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Phone setup • THE SELECTION KEYS Note the two selection keys beneath the screen. The function of each key is determined by the word shown above them on the screen. Left selection...
  • Page 28: Scroll Method

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 20 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Scroll method At the start screen, select Menu. Scroll through the main menus one at a time using the up and down arrows on the four-way Scroll key. As you scroll through the menus, the menu number appears in the upper right corner of the display.
  • Page 29: Text Entry

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 21 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text entry 5 Text entry This section gives detailed instructions for entering names, numbers, messages, and other information into your phone. • “The phone book” on page 28 tells you how to use and manage names and numbers.
  • Page 30 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 22 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM The phone shows the current method Icon with an icon in the upper left corner showing of the screen. current entry Letters method When you are in a name box in the...
  • Page 31: Punctuation And Other Characters

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 23 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text entry Punctuation and other characters Depending on the language selected for your phone, the following characters may be available: Characters Characters Punctuation and 1 P Q R S 7 A B C 2...
  • Page 32: Predictive Text

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 24 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Special characters Your phone has specials characters, symbols, and punctuation that are available when writing text. Here is a sample: ‘ & < > “ £ ¥ § ¡ ¿ IN ABC Press and hold the key to access available symbols.
  • Page 33 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 25 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text entry For example: To write “Nokia” with the English dictionary selected: Press Displayed text onli Nokia The maximum number of characters available is 160. The character counter appears in the top right corner of the screen and counts down for each character you add.
  • Page 34 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 26 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Press Select. T9 prediction on appears. (T9 is the technical name for predictive text input.) This means you can use the predictive text method to enter text. When writing a text message, the predictive text icon appears.
  • Page 35 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 27 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text entry INSERT NUMBERS To add a number to the message, press and hold until appears on the screen. Enter the numbers you want, and then press and hold to return to the method.
  • Page 36: The Phone Book

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 28 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM 6 The phone book Your phone includes a phone book that can store up to 500 contact names with up to five phone numbers per contact. The phone book can also store up to four text entries per contact, such as notes or addresses.
  • Page 37: Save A Text Entry With A Name

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 29 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM The phone book • SAVE A TEXT ENTRY WITH A NAME Once you have added a contact to your phone book, you can add up to four text entries, such as an e-mail address, a mailing address, or a note to that contact.
  • Page 38: Change Contacts View

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 30 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Delete—Delete names and numbers one by one or all at once. Add number—Add a number to an existing contact. Settings—Check the phone book memory status and change the scrolling view. 1-touch dialing—Assign up to eight keys for speed dialing.
  • Page 39: Delete The Entire Phone Book

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 31 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM The phone book Delete the contact Select Contacts > Delete > One by one. Scroll to the entry you want to erase and press Delete. When the message Delete all details? appears, press OK.
  • Page 40: Create Caller Groups

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 32 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Change the number type Once you have saved a name with two numbers, you can change the number type for either of the phone numbers. (For example, you can change the type if you saved a number as General and you want to change it to Home.)
  • Page 41: Check Memory Status

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 33 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM The phone book Scroll to one of the following functions and press Select. Rename group—Enter the new name for the caller group and press OK. Group ringing tone—Scroll to the desired tone and press OK. Default is the tone selected for the currently selected profile.
  • Page 42: Call History

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 34 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM 7 Call history Your phone provides a call log that registers information about calls you make and receive. The call log keeps track of: • Missed calls • Received calls •...
  • Page 43: Clear Call Lists

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 35 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Call history Note: If you chose the Forward if not answered option in Call Forwarding, your phone treats these forwarded calls as missed calls. See “Call forwarding” on page 39. DIALED CALLS, RECEIVED CALLS Your phone stores the numbers of the last several calls you have dialed or received.
  • Page 44: Turn On A Current Call Timer

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 36 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • TURN ON A CURRENT CALL TIMER You can set your phone to show the elapsed time during a call. From the menu, select Settings > Call settings > Show call time on display >...
  • Page 45: Advanced Calling Features

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 37 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features 8 Advanced calling features This chapter describes advanced calling features such as conference calling, using call waiting, and using credit cards for calls. Not all the features described here are available in all wireless network systems.
  • Page 46: Make A Conference Call

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 38 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Store the feature code From the menu, select Settings > Network services > Network feature setting. Enter the feature code your service provider gave you and press OK. Select Call waiting > Activate.
  • Page 47: Voice Privacy

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 39 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features Number look-up during a call If you do not remember a number that you need to call while in another call, and you know that this number is in your phone book, you can retrieve the number without having to end the current call.
  • Page 48: Automatic Redial

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 40 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Your phone can store the following types of feature codes: Forward all calls—Forward all incoming calls to the number you specify. Forward if busy—Forward incoming calls when you are in a call.
  • Page 49: Save Calling Card Information

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 41 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features Save calling card information PART 1 Select Settings > Call settings > Calling card. Enter your security code at the prompt. Scroll to card A, B, C, or D and select Options > Edit > OK > Dialing sequence.
  • Page 50: Voice Tags

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 42 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • VOICE TAGS You can dial up to 10 of your stored phone book numbers using the voice dialing feature. Before you can place a call using voice dialing, you must first assign a voice tag to the number.
  • Page 51: Voice Recorder

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 43 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features Play back a voice tag Select Contacts > Voice tags. Scroll to the name with the voice tag you want to hear. Select Options > Playback. Change a voice tag Select Contacts >...
  • Page 52: Voice Commands

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 44 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM View recording list and play recordings View your saved recordings by selecting Voice > Voice recorder > Recordings list. Scroll to the recording you would like to play, and select Options > Playback.
  • Page 53: Caller Id

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 45 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features Add a voice tag for the command Select Voice > Voice commands. Scroll to the phone function you wish to tag, and press Select. Select Options > Add command > Start.
  • Page 54: Select A Phone Number

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 46 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Store the feature code Before you can use Send my caller identity, you must store the feature code for activating this feature. Once the code is stored in your phone, it is sent automatically to the network when you select this option from your phone menu.
  • Page 55: Set Touch Tones

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 47 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Advanced calling features • SET TOUCH TONES Touch tones (or DTMF tones) are sounds that are produced when you press the keys on your phone keypad. You can use touch tones for many automated over-the-phone services such as checking bank balances and airline schedules and using your voice mailbox.
  • Page 56 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 48 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM SEND A STRING From the menu, select Settings > Phone settings > Touch tones > Manual touch tones. Make sure that the setting is not set to Off; if it is set to off, scroll to one of the other options and press Select.
  • Page 57: Voice Mail

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 49 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Voice mail 9 Voice mail Voice mail provides a way for callers who miss you to leave a message that you can retrieve later. To use voice mail, you must sign up for the feature with your wireless service provider.
  • Page 58: Listen To Messages

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 50 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • LISTEN TO MESSAGES The method for listening to your voice messages varies, depending on your service provider. Call your service provider if you have any questions. • When your phone alerts you to new voice messages, press Listen and follow the instructions given on the phone.
  • Page 59: Personalize Rings And Tones

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 51 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personalize rings and tones 10 Personalize rings and tones • PROFILES A profile is a group of settings you can use to customize the way your phone works. You can set your own preferences for these items: •...
  • Page 60: Set Ring Options

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 52 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Set ring options You can choose the type of ring your phone uses to notify you of an incoming call. This setting does not affect any incoming text message alert tones.
  • Page 61: Set A Vibrating Alert

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 53 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personalize rings and tones Set a vibrating alert You can have your phone vibrate to indicate an incoming call. Select Menu > Profiles. Select the profile for which you want to set the vibrating alert, and press Select.
  • Page 62: Set A Timed Profile

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 54 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM AUDIBLE ALERT You can choose to have your phone sound an audible alert only when a member of a selected caller group is calling. For more details, see “Create caller groups” on page 32.
  • Page 63: Personalize Phone Settings

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 55 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personalize phone settings 11 Personalize phone settings You can change certain settings so that your phone suits your own needs and lifestyle. Changes you can make include changing the language on the screen, showing or hiding the clock, and setting up 1-touch dialing.
  • Page 64: Network Updated Clock

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 56 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Select the am/pm or 24-hour format You can change the way your clock shows the time, whether in am/pm (12-hour) or 24-hour format. From the menu, select Settings > Time and date settings > Clock > Time format >...
  • Page 65: Welcome Note

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 57 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personalize phone settings • WELCOME NOTE You can set your phone to show a brief welcome note each time you switch on your phone. The maximum length of this note is 44 characters.
  • Page 66: Right Selection Key Settings

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 58 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Edit numbers After you have assigned a speed dialing number to a key, you can change key and number associations at any time. Select Contacts > 1-touch dialing. Scroll to the key you want to change and select Options > Change.
  • Page 67: Display Settings

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 59 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personalize phone settings Organize functions From the menus, select Settings > Right selection key settings > Organize. Highlight the function you wish to rearrange, and select Move. Select Move up, Move down, Move to top, or Move to bottom from the list of choices.
  • Page 68: Tone Settings

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 60 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM You can set your phone to display a screen saver after a preset time or after a custom time (up to 60 minutes) of your choosing. From the menu, select Settings > Display settings > Screen saver timeout >...
  • Page 69: Accessibility Solutions

    See “Phone security” on page 63 for more details about the security code. • ACCESSIBILITY SOLUTIONS Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. Nokia maintains a site on the World Wide Web that is dedicated to accessibility solutions.
  • Page 70: Receive A Call

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 62 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Connect the TTY/TDD device Connect the cable to the TTY machine. Connect the cable to the adapter. Connect the adapter to the phone. 18 in Make a call From the menu, select Settings > Enhancement settings > TTY/TDD >...
  • Page 71: Phone Security

    • The default (preset) security code is 12345. • Nokia highly recommends that you immediately change this code. Then, write down and store the new code in a safe place, away from your phone. • When you enter the security code, an appears on the screen each time you press a key.
  • Page 72: Change Your Security Code

    • CHANGE YOUR SECURITY CODE Nokia highly recommends that you immediately change your security code so that others who know the default code cannot enter the correct code. From the menu, select Settings > Security settings > Access codes >...
  • Page 73: Lock Code

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 65 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Phone security Note: When the phone is locked, calls still may be possible to the official emergency number programmed into your phone. Lock code In addition to a security code, your phone also has a lock code. You will need the lock code to activate and deactivate the phone lock feature or to change your lock code.
  • Page 74: Restrict Calls

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 66 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Store the allowed phone number From the menu, select Settings > Security settings > Access codes > Allowed no. when phone locked. Enter the lock code and press OK. Press Assign and enter the phone number, or press Find and recall the number from the phone book.
  • Page 75: Restrict Outgoing Calls

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 67 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Phone security Enter a name for the restriction, if needed, and press OK. If you press OK without entering a name, the number will be used. After you have used the Add restriction option to add at least one restriction, the options become available: Select—Allows you to select call restrictions from the outgoing calls list.
  • Page 76: Personal Digital Assistant

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 68 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM 13 Personal digital assistant Your phone features a personal digital assistant which includes a calendar, to-do list, a calculator, currency converter, and a stopwatch. Each of these features can help you organize your everyday life.
  • Page 77: To-Do List

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 69 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personal digital assistant SETTINGS • The Settings option allows you to set the date, time, date format, date separator, time format and the week starts format for the calendar. • The Auto Delete option allows you to set the phone to automatically delete old notes after a certain period of time.
  • Page 78: Convert Currency

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 70 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Based on the type of calculation that you need, use one of the following functions: Function Action Enter a decimal Press Press Subtract Press twice (-) Multiply Press three times (*)
  • Page 79: Business Cards

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 71 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Personal digital assistant Calculate currency using the exchange rate From the menu, select Extras > Calculator. Enter the number of units you want to convert. Select Options > To home or To foreign > Select.
  • Page 80: Measure Split Time

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 72 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Note: Using the stopwatch or allowing it to run in the background when using other features increases the demand on battery power and reduces the battery life. Measure split time From the menu, select Extras > Stopwatch > Split timing > Start.
  • Page 81: Prepaid Services

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 73 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Prepaid services 14 Prepaid services With prepaid service, you buy wireless network services in advance. Your phone works the same way it did before with some additional features. Prepaid service may not be available from your wireless service provider.
  • Page 82: Add Money To Your Account

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 74 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • ADD MONEY TO YOUR ACCOUNT To add money, you must first have saved the correct access number in your phone. (See the previous section for instructions.) From the menu, select Prepaid > Add money to account.
  • Page 83: Network Services

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 75 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Network services 15 Network services You can subscribe to various network services whose availability depends on your service provider. Your phone supports the network services listed here. These services are not available from all providers or in all areas.
  • Page 84: Roaming

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 76 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • ROAMING Using your phone outside its home area is roaming. Calls made or received while you are roaming may cost more than calls made in your home area. Check with your service provider for details.
  • Page 85: Text Messages

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 77 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text messages 16 Text messages You can use your phone to send and receive short text messages and e-mail if your service provider offers the message feature and if you subscribe to the service. Both services are network dependent features, so you must consult your service provider.
  • Page 86: Options

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 78 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM If you need to exit while writing the message, press the End key at any time. Later, return to the write message screen to finish writing the message. If you turn off the phone without saving the message, the message will be lost.
  • Page 87: Receive A Message

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 79 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text messages • RECEIVE A MESSAGE When you receive a text message, the phone plays a message alert tone, and the text message icon appears, along with one of the following messages: Message received—You have an unread message or page.
  • Page 88: Save A Message

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 80 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • SAVE A MESSAGE When you send or receive a text message, you can save it in the archive folder. Messages can be saved from the inbox and the sent items folders.
  • Page 89: Reply To A Message

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 81 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text messages Enter your security code and press OK. All messages in that folder will be deleted. If you choose All read, every message you have read will be deleted simultaneously from the inbox, sent items and archive folders.
  • Page 90: Templates

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 82 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM When the message screen appears, enter your message. The maximum number of characters for message length varies; check with your service provider for details. When you have finished the message, select Options > Send e-mail.
  • Page 91: Picture Messages

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 83 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text messages Select the template you want and press Select. Press Options to view the menu list: Send—Sends the template as a text message. Edit—Allows you to edit the template before sending.
  • Page 92: Chat

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 84 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Receive When your phone displays Message received, press Show. If the picture has a text message with it, scroll up or down to see the entire message. Options Delete—Deletes the picture you select.
  • Page 93: Use Predictive Text

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 85 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Text messages Use predictive text When you are in a chat session, you can use the phone dictionary to help speed up text entry. From the menu, select Messages > Chat > Options > Predictive text.
  • Page 94: Special Features

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 86 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM 17 Special features This section describes several special features, including Java applications, transmission of business cards, downloading ringing tones and graphics from the Internet, and setting the alarm clock. • GALLERY You can save pictures and ringing tones to folders in the gallery, or create folders of your own and save them there.
  • Page 95: Applications

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 87 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Special features Details—View details of the file, such as the name, time and date the file was created. Sort—Sort the files according to name, date, format, or size. Note: Copyright protections may prevent some images, ringing tones, and other content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.
  • Page 96: Game Downloads

    Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not affiliated with 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 97: Ringing Tones

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 89 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Special features • RINGING TONES You can download additional ringing tones to the gallery. Ringing tones can be ringing sounds or short tunes. For details about this network service, contact your wireless service provider, who can also point you to Web sites that offer these tones.
  • Page 98: Set The Alarm

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 90 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Note: If the alarm time is reached while the device is switched off, the device switches itself on and starts sounding the alarm tone. If you press Stop, the device asks whether you want to activate the device for calls.
  • Page 99: Connectivity

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 91 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Connectivity 18 Connectivity The Infrared port on your phone allows you to use your phone to connect to other IR-equipped phones. With this feature you can transfer business cards and calendar notes.
  • Page 100: Data Communication Applications

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 92 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Data communication applications For information on using a data communication application, refer to the documentation provided with the application. Start using the data communications application on the computer. Note: Making or answering phone calls during a computer connection is not recommended as it might disrupt the operation.
  • Page 101: Internet Service

    Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not affiliated with 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 102: Sign On To The Internet

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 94 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • SIGN ON TO THE INTERNET Use the Services menu to connect to the Internet, if you have a wireless internet service provider. From the menu, select Services > Home, or press and hold the 0 key.
  • Page 103: Edit A Data Entry Field

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 95 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Internet service Add bookmark—Adds a web site address for quick reference. Go to address—Accepts an address you enter. Appearance settings—Allows you to choose page appearance. Cookie settings—Gives you the option to allow or decline cookies.
  • Page 104: Examples Of Wireless Internet Sites

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 96 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM RETURN TO A BOOKMARKED SITE From the menu, select Services > Bookmarks. Scroll to the bookmark you want, and select Options > Go to. If you are not currently browsing, the phone will connect to the Internet.
  • Page 105: Games

    Downloads The Nokia 6560 phone has the capability to download Java games from the Internet. This is a network dependent feature. Please check with your service provider for details.
  • Page 106: Enhancements

    ACP-8, and ACP-12. Warning: Use only batteries, chargers and enhancements approved by Nokia for use with this particular model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty, and may be dangerous. For availability of approved enhancements, please check with your dealer.
  • Page 107: Reference Information

    The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the talk and standby times are noticeably shorter than normal, buy a new battery. Use only Nokia approved batteries, and recharge your battery only with Nokia approved chargers designated for this device.
  • Page 108: Care And Maintenance

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 100 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • CARE AND MAINTENANCE Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you protect your warranty coverage and enjoy your device for many years.
  • Page 109: Additional Safety Information

    Use the device only in its normal operating positions. To maintain compliance with radio frequency exposure guidelines only use accessories approved by Nokia for use with this device. When the device is on and being worn on the body, always use an approved carrying case.
  • Page 110: Potentially Explosive Environments

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 102 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Vehicles RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles such as electronic fuel injection systems, electronic antiskid (antilock) braking systems, electronic speed control systems, air bag systems.
  • Page 111: Emergency Calls

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 103 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Reference Information EMERGENCY CALLS Important: Wireless phones, including this phone, operate using radio signals, wireless networks, landline networks, and user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. You should never rely solely on any wireless phone for essential communications like medical emergencies.
  • Page 112 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 104 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM CERTIFICATION INFORMATION (SAR) THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
  • Page 113 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 105 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Reference Information *In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements.
  • Page 114: Battery

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 106 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM • BATTERY This section provides information about the phone battery. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change. Consult your service provider for more information. Note: The charging times listed in the next section are approximate.
  • Page 115: Technical Information

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 107 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Reference Information • TECHNICAL INFORMATION Weight 88.36 g (3.11 oz) with BLD-3 780-mAh Li-Ion Battery Size 105.8 x 44 x 19.1 mm (hxwxd) Frequency range Lowband 824.04–848.97 MHz (TX) 869.04–893.97 MHz (RX) Highband 1850.04–1909.92 MHz (TX)
  • Page 116: Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty

    No charge will be made to the Consumer for any such parts. Nokia will also pay for the labor charges incurred by Nokia in repairing or replacing the defective parts. The limited warranty does not cover defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items, including framing, and any non-operative parts.
  • Page 117 Trojan Horses, cancelbots or damage caused by the connection to other products not recommended for interconnection by Nokia. c) Nokia was not advised in writing by the Consumer of the alleged defect or malfunction of the Product within fourteen (14) days after the expiration of the applicable limited warranty period.
  • Page 118 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 110 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM e) Nokia will repair the Product under the limited warranty within 30 days after receipt of the Product. If Nokia cannot perform repairs covered under this limited warranty within 30 days, or after a reasonable number of...
  • Page 119 13 This is the entire warranty between Nokia and the Consumer, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings, oral or written, relating to the Product, and no representation, promise or condition not contained herein shall modify these terms.
  • Page 120 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 112 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM NOTES Copyright © 2003 Nokia...
  • Page 121: Appendix A

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 113 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Appendix A Appendix A Message from the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association) to all users of mobile phones. Ã! Ã8ryyˆyh…ÃUryrp‚€€ˆvph‡v‚†ÃÉÃD‡r…r‡Ã6††‚pvh‡v‚Ã6yyÃSvtu‡†Ã Sr†r…‰rq !$Ã8‚rp‡vpˆ‡Ã6‰rˆrÃIXÃTˆv‡rÃ'ÃXh†uvt‡‚Ã98Ã!"%à Qu‚r)Ã!!Ã&'$' Nokia 6560 User Guide Copyright © 2003 Nokia...
  • Page 122 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 114 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM hsr‡’Ãv†Ã‡urÀ‚†‡Ãv€ƒ‚…‡h‡ÃphyyÃ’‚ˆÃvyyÃr‰r…Àhxr A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use r†Ã‚sÀvyyv‚†Ã‚sÃr‚ƒyrÃvÃ‡urÃVTÇ‚qh’ÇhxrÃhq‰h‡htrÂsÇurȁv„ˆrà p‚€ivh‡v‚Ã‚sÃp‚‰rvrprÆhsr‡’ÃhqÉhyˆrÃqryv‰r…rqÃi’ÇurÐv…ryr††Ã‡ryrƒu‚rà Rˆv‡rÆv€ƒy’ÇurÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rÃtv‰r†Ãƒr‚ƒyrÇurr…sˆyÃhivyv‡’Ç‚Ãp‚€€ˆvph‡rà i’É‚vprhy€‚†‡Ãh’ur…rÃh’‡v€rv‡uÇurÃi‚††Ðv‡uÃhÃpyvr‡Ðv‡uÇurÃxvq†à v‡uÃr€r…trp’Ãr…†‚ryÂ…Ãr‰rÃv‡uÇurÂyvprÃ@hpuÃ’rh…Ã6€r…vph†Ã€hxrà ivyyv‚†Ã‚sÃphyy†Ãs…‚€Ã‡urv…Ðv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†ÃhqÇurÁˆ€ir…†Ãh…rÃ…hƒvqy’Ãt…‚vt 7ˆ‡ÃhÃv€ƒ‚…‡h‡Ã…r†ƒ‚†vivyv‡’Ãhpp‚€ƒhvr†Ã‡u‚†rÃirrsv‡†rÇuh‡Ãr‰r…’Ðv…ryr††Ã ƒu‚rȆr…Àˆ†‡Ãˆƒu‚yqÃXurÃq…v‰vtÃhÃph…Ãq…v‰vtÃv†Ã’‚ˆ…Ãsv…†‡Ã…r†ƒ‚†vivyv‡’à 6Ðv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rÃphÃirÃhÃv‰hyˆhiyrÇ‚‚yÃiˆ‡Ãt‚‚qÃwˆqt€r‡Ã€ˆ†‡ÃirÃr‘r…pv†rqà h‡ÃhyyÇv€r†ÃuvyrÃq…v‰vtÃhÀ‚‡‚…Éruvpyrur‡ur…ÇurÃu‚rÂ…Á‚‡ urÃih†vpÃyr††‚†Ãh…rr†ÃrÃhyyÃyrh…rqÃh†Ã‡rrhtr…†Ã9…v‰vtÃ…r„ˆv…r†Ãhyr…‡r††à phˆ‡v‚ÃhqÃp‚ˆ…‡r†’ÃD‡Ã…r„ˆv…r†ÃhÃurh‰’Ãq‚†rÂsÃih†vpÃp‚€€‚Ã†r†rxrrƒÃ’‚ˆ…à urhqȃÃxrrƒÃ’‚ˆ…Ãr’r†Ã‚Ã‡urÃ…‚hqÃpurpxÃ’‚ˆ…Àv……‚…†Ãs…r„ˆr‡y’ÃhqÐh‡puˆ‡Ã s‚…‡ur…Ãq…v‰r…†ÃD‡Ã…r„ˆv…r†Ã‚ir’vtÃhyyÇ…hssvpÆvt†ÃhqÆvthy†ÃhqƇh’vtÐv‡uvÃ ‡urƃrrqÃyv€v‡ÃD‡Ã€rh†Ãˆ†vtÆrh‡iry‡†ÃhqÃ…r„ˆv…vt‡ur…Ãh††rtr…†Ã‡‚Ãq‚Çurà †h€r 7ˆ‡Ãv‡uÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rȆrÃq…v‰vtÆhsry’Àrh†ÃhÃyv‡‡yrÀ‚…rà uv†Ãi…‚puˆ…rÃv†Ãhà phyyÇ‚Ðv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rȆr…†Ãr‰r…’ur…rÇ‚ÀhxrÆhsr‡’Çurv…Ãsv…†‡Ãƒ…v‚…v‡’ÐurÃ iruvqÇurÐurryÂsÃhÃph…ÃXv…ryr††Ã‡ryrp‚€€ˆvph‡v‚†Ãv†ÃxrrƒvtȆÃvÃ‡‚ˆpuà †v€ƒyvs’vtˆ…Ãyv‰r†Ã…‚‡rp‡vtȆÃvÃr€r…trpvr†ÃhqÃ…‚‰vqvtƒƒ‚…‡ˆv‡vr†Ã‡‚Ã...
  • Page 123 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 115 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Appendix A Tˆ†ƒrqÃp‚‰r…†h‡v‚†Ãqˆ…vtÃuh“h…q‚ˆ†Ãq…v‰vtÃp‚qv‡v‚†Ã‚…Æv‡ˆh‡v‚†ÃGr‡Ã ‡urÃr…†‚Ã’‚ˆÃh…rƃrhxvtÐv‡uÃx‚Ã’‚ˆÃh…rÃq…v‰vt0ÃvsÁrpr††h…’ƈ†ƒrqÇurà phyyÃvÃurh‰’Ç…hssvpÂ…Ãuh“h…q‚ˆ†Ãrh‡ur…Ãp‚qv‡v‚†ÃShvÆyrr‡Ɓ‚ÃhqÃvprà phÃirÃuh“h…q‚ˆ†Ãiˆ‡Ã†‚Ãv†Ãurh‰’Ç…hssvpÃ6†ÃhÃq…v‰r…Ã’‚ˆ…Ãsv…†‡Ã…r†ƒ‚†vivyv‡’Ãv†Ã ‡‚Ãh’Ãh‡‡r‡v‚Ã‡‚ÇurÃ…‚hq $ 9‚Á‚‡Ã‡hxrÁ‚‡r†Ã‚…Ãy‚‚xȃÃu‚rÁˆ€ir…†ÃuvyrÃq…v‰vtÃDsÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÃ…rhqvtÃhÃ hqq…r††Ãi‚‚xÂ…Ãiˆ†vr††Ãph…qÂ…Ð…v‡vtÃhÃŇ‚Ãq‚ÅÃyv†‡ÃuvyrÃq…v‰vtÃhÃph…Ã’‚ˆÃ h…rÁ‚‡Ãh‡puvtÐur…rÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÃt‚vtÃD‡·†Ãp‚€€‚Ã†r†rÃ9‚·‡Ãtr‡Ãphˆtu‡ÃvÃhà qhtr…‚ˆ†Ã†v‡ˆh‡v‚Ãirphˆ†rÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÃ…rhqvtÂ…Ð…v‡vtÃhqÁ‚‡Ãƒh’vtÃh‡‡r‡v‚Ã ‡‚ÇurÃ…‚hqÂ…Árh…i’Éruvpyr† % 9vhyÆr†viy’ÃhqÃh††r††Ã‡urÇ…hssvp0Ãvs††viyrÃyhprÃphyy†ÃurÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÁ‚‡Ã €‚‰vtÂ…Ãirs‚…rÈyyvtÃv‡‚Ç…hssvpÃU…’Ç‚ÃyhÃ’‚ˆ…Ãphyy†Ãirs‚…rÃ’‚ˆÃirtvÃ’‚ˆ…à ‡…vƒÃ‚…Ãh‡‡r€ƒ‡Ã‡‚Ãp‚vpvqrÃ’‚ˆ…Ãphyy†Ãv‡uÇv€r†Ã’‚ˆÃ€h’ÃirƇ‚ƒƒrqÃh‡ÃhƇ‚ƒÃ †vtÃ…rqÃyvtu‡Ã‚…‡ur…v†rƇh‡v‚h…’ Ã7ˆ‡ÃvsÃ’‚ˆÃrrqÇ‚ÃqvhyÐuvyrÃq…v‰vtà s‚yy‚Ã‡uv†Ã†v€ƒyrÇvƒqvhyy’ÃhÃsrÃˆ€ir…†ÃpurpxÇurÃ…‚hqÃhqÃ’‚ˆ…Àv……‚…†à ‡urÃp‚‡vˆr & 9‚Á‚‡ÃrthtrÃvÃ†‡…r††sˆyÂ…Ãr€‚‡v‚hyÃp‚‰r…†h‡v‚†Ã‡uh‡Ã€h’ÃirÃqv†‡…hp‡vtà T‡…r††sˆyÂ…Ãr€‚‡v‚hyÃp‚‰r…†h‡v‚†ÃhqÃq…v‰vtÃq‚Á‚‡Ã€v‘‡ur’Ãh…rà qv†‡…hp‡vtÃhqÃr‰rÃqhtr…‚ˆ†ÃurÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÃiruvqÇurÐurryÂsÃhÃph…ÃHhxrà ƒr‚ƒyrÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÇhyxvtÐv‡uÃhh…rÃ’‚ˆÃh…rÃq…v‰vtÃhqÃvsÁrpr††h…’ƈ†ƒrqà p‚‰r…†h‡v‚†ÃuvpuÃuh‰rÇur‡r‡vhyÇ‚Ãqv‰r…‡Ã’‚ˆ…Ãh‡‡r‡v‚Ãs…‚€Ã‡urÃ…‚hq ' V†rÃ’‚ˆ…Ðv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rÇ‚ÃphyyÃs‚…ÃuryƒÃ`‚ˆ…Ðv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rÃv†Ã‚rÂsÇurà t…rh‡r†‡Ã‡‚‚y†Ã’‚ˆÃphÃ‚Ã‡‚Ã…‚‡rp‡Ã’‚ˆ…†rysÃhqÃ’‚ˆ…Ãsh€vy’ÃvÃqhtr…‚ˆ†Ã †v‡ˆh‡v‚†v‡uÃ’‚ˆ…Ãu‚rÃh‡Ã’‚ˆ…ÆvqrÃuryƒÃv†Ã‚y’Çu…rrÁˆ€ir…†Ãhh’ Ã9vhyÃ...
  • Page 124 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 116 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM urÐv…ryr††Ãvqˆ†‡…’Ã…r€vq†Ã’‚ˆÃ‡‚ȆrÃ’‚ˆ…Ãu‚rÆhsry’ÐurÃq…v‰vt ‚…À‚…rÃvs‚…€h‡v‚Ãyrh†rÃphyyà '''( T6 @ ‚…ȃqh‡r†)Ãu‡‡ƒ)‚p‚€p‚€p‚†ˆ€r…v††ˆr†q…v‰vt h…‡vpyr†ps€4D92'$ ‹Ã! Ã8ryyˆyh…ÃUryrp‚€€ˆvph‡v‚†ÃÉÃD‡r…r‡Ã6††‚pvh‡v‚Ãà 6yyÃSvtu‡†ÃSr†r…‰rq !$Ã8‚rp‡vpˆ‡Ã6‰rˆrÃIXÃTˆv‡rÃ'ÃXh†uvt‡‚Ã98Ã!"% Qu‚r)Ã!!Ã&'$' Copyright © 2003 Nokia...
  • Page 125: Appendix B

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 117 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Appendix B Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) to all users of mobile phones. ˆy’à 'Ã!  A‚…ȃqh‡r†)Ãu‡‡ƒ)sqht‚‰pq…uƒu‚r† Nokia 6560 User Guide Copyright © 2003 Nokia...
  • Page 126 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 118 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Consumer Update on Wireless Phones U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard? urÃh‰hvyhiyrÆpvr‡vsvpÃr‰vqrprÃq‚r†Ã‚‡Ã†u‚Ã‡uh‡Ãh’Ãurhy‡uÃ…‚iyr€†Ãh…rà h††‚pvh‡rqÐv‡uȆvtÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†à ur…rÃv†Ã‚Ã…‚‚sÃu‚r‰r…Çuh‡Ãv…ryr††Ã ƒu‚r†Ãh…rÃhi†‚yˆ‡ry’ÆhsrÃXv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ãr€v‡Ãy‚Ãyr‰ry†Ã‚sÃ…hqv‚s…r„ˆrp’à rr…t’ÃSAÃvÃ‡urÀvp…‚h‰rÃ…htrÐuvyrÃirvtȆrqà ur’Ãhy†‚Ãr€v‡Ã‰r…’Ãy‚Ãyr‰ry†Ã ‚sÃSAÐurÃvÃ‡urƇhqi’À‚qrÃXur…rh†ÃuvtuÃyr‰ry†Ã‚sÃSAÃphÃƒ…‚qˆprÃurhy‡uà rssrp‡†Ãi’Ãurh‡vtÇv††ˆrÃr‘ƒ‚†ˆ…rÇ‚Ãy‚Ãyr‰ryÃSAÇuh‡Ãq‚r†Ã‚‡Ãƒ…‚qˆprÃurh‡vtà rssrp‡†Ãphˆ†r†Ã‚Ãx‚Ãhq‰r…†rÃurhy‡uÃrssrp‡†ÃHh’Ƈˆqvr†Ã‚sÃy‚Ãyr‰ryÃSAà r‘ƒ‚†ˆ…r†Ãuh‰rÁ‚‡Ãs‚ˆqÃh’Ãiv‚y‚tvphyÃrssrp‡†ÃT‚€rƇˆqvr†Ãuh‰rƈttr†‡rqÇuh‡Ã †‚€rÃiv‚y‚tvphyÃrssrp‡†Ã€h’Âppˆ…Ãiˆ‡Ã†ˆpuÃsvqvt†Ãuh‰rÁ‚‡ÃirrÃp‚sv…€rqÃi’à hqqv‡v‚hyÃ…r†rh…puÃDÃ†‚€rÃph†r†‡ur…Ã…r†rh…pur…†Ãuh‰rÃuhqÃqvssvpˆy‡’ÃvÃ …rƒ…‚qˆpvtÇu‚†rƇˆqvr†Â…ÃvÃqr‡r…€vvtÇurÃ…rh†‚†Ãs‚…Ãvp‚†v†‡r‡Ã…r†ˆy‡† 2.
  • Page 127 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 119 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Appendix B 96Æuh…r†Ã…rtˆyh‡‚…’Ã…r†ƒ‚†vivyv‡vr†Ãs‚…Ðv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ãv‡uÇurà rqr…hyà 8‚€€ˆvph‡v‚†Ã8‚€€v††v‚Ã 88Ã6yyÃu‚r†Ã‡uh‡Ãh…rÆ‚yqÃvÃ‡urÃVv‡rqÃT‡h‡r†Ã €ˆ†‡Ãp‚€ƒy’Ðv‡uà 88Æhsr‡’Ãtˆvqryvr†Ã‡uh‡Ãyv€v‡ÃS Ãr‘ƒ‚†ˆ…rà 88Ã…ryvr†Ã‚Ã 96à hq‡ur…Ãurhy‡uÃhtrpvr†Ãs‚…Æhsr‡’Ĉr†‡v‚†Ãhi‚ˆ‡Ãv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†à 88Ãhy†‚à …rtˆyh‡r†Ã‡urÃih†rƇh‡v‚†Ã‡uh‡Ã‡urÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rÁr‡‚…x†Ã…ry’ȃ‚ÃXuvyrÇur†rà ih†rƇh‡v‚†Ã‚ƒr…h‡rÃh‡Ãuvtur…r…ÇuhÃq‚ÇurÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ã‡ur€†ry‰r†Çurà S Ãr‘ƒ‚†ˆ…r†Ã‡uh‡Ãƒr‚ƒyrÃtr‡Ãs…‚€Ã‡ur†rÃih†rƇh‡v‚†Ãh…rÇ’ƒvphyy’Çu‚ˆ†hq†Ã‚sà ‡v€r†Ãy‚r…ÇuhÃ‡u‚†rÇur’ÃphÃtr‡Ãs…‚€Ãv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ã7h†rƇh‡v‚†Ãh…rÇuˆ†Ã‚‡Ã ‡urƈiwrp‡Ã‚sÇurÆhsr‡’Ĉr†‡v‚†Ãqv†pˆ††rqÃvÃ‡uv†Ãq‚pˆ€r‡ 3. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update? UurÇr…€Ãv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rÃ…rsr…†Ãur…rÇ‚ÃuhquryqÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ãv‡uÃiˆvy‡vÃ...
  • Page 128 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 120 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM 5. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk? Ãp‚€ivh‡v‚Ã‚sÃyhi‚…h‡‚…’Ƈˆqvr†ÃhqÃrƒvqr€v‚y‚tvphyƇˆqvr†Ã‚sÃr‚ƒyrÃhp‡ˆhyy’à ˆ†vtÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ã‚ˆyqÃ…‚‰vqrÆ‚€rÂsÇurÃqh‡hÇuh‡Ãh…rÁrrqrqÃGvsr‡v€rà hv€hyÃr‘ƒ‚†ˆ…rƇˆqvr†Ãp‚ˆyqÃirÃp‚€ƒyr‡rqÃvÃhÃsrÃ’rh…†ÃC‚r‰r…Ér…’Ãyh…trà ˆ€ir…†Ã‚sÃhv€hy†Ã‚ˆyqÃirÁrrqrqÇ‚Ã…‚‰vqrÃ…ryvhiyrÃ…‚‚sÂsÃhÃphpr…à ƒ…‚€‚‡vtÃrssrp‡ÃvsrÃr‘v†‡†Ã@ƒvqr€v‚y‚tvphyƇˆqvr†ÃphÃƒ…‚‰vqrÃqh‡hÇuh‡Ãv†Ã qv…rp‡y’ÃhƒƒyvphiyrÇ‚Ãuˆ€hÃƒ‚ƒˆyh‡v‚†Ãiˆ‡Ã Â…À‚…rÃ’rh…†Ãs‚yy‚ˆƒÃ€h’Ãirà rrqrqÇ‚Ã…‚‰vqrÃh†r…†Ãhi‚ˆ‡Ã†‚€rÃurhy‡uÃrssrp‡†ƈpuÃh†Ãphpr…ÃUuv†Ãv†Ãirphˆ†rà ‡urÃv‡r…‰hyÃir‡rrÃ‡urÇv€rÂsÃr‘ƒ‚†ˆ…rÇ‚ÃhÃphpr…phˆ†vtÃhtr‡ÃhqÇurÇv€rà ‡ˆ€‚…†Ãqr‰ry‚ƒÃÃvsÇur’Ãq‚ÃÀh’ÃirÀh’Àh’Ã’rh…†ÃUurÃv‡r…ƒ…r‡h‡v‚Ã‚sà rƒvqr€v‚y‚tvphyƇˆqvr†Ãv†Ãuh€ƒr…rqÃi’Ãqvssvpˆy‡vr†ÃvÃ€rh†ˆ…vtÃhp‡ˆhyÃSAÃr‘ƒ‚†ˆ…rà qˆ…vtÃqh’‡‚qh’ȆrÂsÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†ÃHh’Ãshp‡‚…†Ãhssrp‡Ã‡uv†Ã€rh†ˆ…r€r‡à †ˆpuÃh†Ã‡urÃhtyrÃh‡ÃuvpuÇurÃu‚rÃv†ÃuryqÂ…ÐuvpuÀ‚qryÂsÃu‚rÃv†Ãˆ†rq 6. What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of wireless phone RF? A9 Ãv†Ã‚…xvtÐv‡uÇurÃVTÃIh‡v‚hyÃU‚‘vp‚y‚t’ÃQ…‚t…h€ÃhqÐv‡uÃt…‚ˆƒ†Ã‚sÃ...
  • Page 129 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 121 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Appendix B hˆshp‡ˆ…r…†Ã‚sÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚r†Ã € ˆ†‡Ã … rƒ‚…‡Ã‡urÃSAà r ‘ƒ‚†ˆ…rà y r‰ryÃs‚…à r hpuÀ‚qryà ‚sÃu‚rÇ‚ÇurÃA88ÃUurÃA88Ðri†v‡rÃu‡‡ƒ)sppt‚‰‚r‡…s†hsr‡’Ãtv‰r†Ã qv…rp‡v‚†Ã s ‚…à y ‚ph‡vtà ‡ urà A 88à v qr‡vsvph‡v‚Ã  ˆ€ir…à ‚ Ã ’ ‚ˆ…à ƒ u‚rà † ‚à ’ ‚ˆÃ p hÃ s vqÃ...
  • Page 130 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 122 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM urÃVv rqÃFvtq‚€Ãqv† …viˆ rqÃyrhsyr †Ãp‚ hvvtƈpuÃhÃ…rp‚€€rqh v‚ÃvÃ 9rpr€ir…Ã!ÃUur’Á‚ rqà uh Á‚Ãr‰vqrprÃr‘v† †Ã uh ȆvtÃhÐv…ryr††Ãƒu‚rà phˆ†r†Ãi…hvÃ ˆ€‚…†Ã‚… ur…ÃvyyÃrssrp †ÃUurv…Ã…rp‚€€rqh v‚Ã ‚Ãyv€v Ðv…ryr††Ã ƒu‚rȆrÃi’Ãpuvyq…rÃh†Ã† …vp y’Ã…rphˆ v‚h…’0Ãv Ðh†Ã‚ Ãih†rqÆpvr vsvpà r‰vqrprà uh Ãh’Ãurhy uÃuh“h…qÃr‘v† † 11.
  • Page 131: Index

    6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 123 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Index Index caller feature code 46 activate groups 32 alarm clock 89 ID 45 call forwarding 40 calling adjust the volume 15 card 40 alarm clock 89 features 37 antenna 9...
  • Page 132 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 124 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM digital talk times 106 hearing impaired solutions 61 display brightness 60 help text 19 display settings 59 home network 76 downloads applications 87 ringing tones 89 information adding 21 recalling 29...
  • Page 133 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 125 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Index mobile inductive loopset 61 play games 97 model number 7 power on 13 power output 107 predictive text 24 names and numbers tips for 26 add second number 31 turning off 25...
  • Page 134 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 126 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM settings personal shortcuts 58 updates to this guide 7 personalizing 55 tone settings 60 shortcuts 58 vibrating alert 53 spaces, entering 23 view date 56 speaker phone 17 voice special mail 49...
  • Page 135 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 127 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Index NOTES 02/04 Nokia 6560 User Guide Copyright © 2003 Nokia...
  • Page 136 6560.ENv1a_9355907.book Page 115 Friday, April 23, 2004 4:40 PM Para obtener un manual del usuario en español favor de llamar o enviar un fax al teléfono 1-888-NOKIA-2U, fax 813-249-9619. 1RNLD  8VHU *XLGH ...