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Nokia DC-50 User Manual

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Nokia Portable Wireless Charging Plate DC-50
ENGLISH: Keys and parts
1. Charging area for charging the
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phone
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2. Battery level and charging
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indicators
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3. Charging cable connector
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4. Power indicator key
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5. Charging area for charging the plate
6. Phone charging indicator
The surface of this product is nickel-
free.
Some of the accessories mentioned in
this user guide may be sold separately.
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1. Top up your phone
Place your phone on top of the charging
plate so that the charging areas on the
two devices touch.
The battery status indicators switch
on for 10 seconds, showing you the
battery charging level. The phone
charging indicator is on when the phone
is charging.
If the charging plate becomes too warm,
it automatically stops charging for a
while.
When you're travelling, or when you
don't need the charging plate for a
while, you can switch it off. Press and
hold the power indicator key for 5
seconds. Switch the plate back on by
pressing the power indicator key again,
or by connecting to a USB cable.
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2. Charge your charging plate
1. To charge wirelessly, place the
charging plate on a wireless charger.
Make sure the charging areas on the two
devices touch.
Alternatively, when using a USB charger
or a computer, first put the micro-
USB end of the cable in the charger
connector of your charging plate. Then
put the USB end of the cable into the
charger and plug the charger into a
wall outlet, or connect the cable to a
computer.
The battery level and charging indicators
show the charging progress by blinking
steadily while the battery is charging.
The charging time may vary depending
on the charging method.
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3. Charge your charging plate and phone at the same time
1. To charge wirelessly, place the
charging plate on a wireless charger so
that the charging areas touch.
Alternatively, connect your charging
plate to a USB charger or a computer.
2. Place your phone on the charging
plate so that the charging areas touch.
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4. Troubleshooting and support
When you want to learn more about
your device, or if you're unsure how your
device should work, there are several
support channels for you to check.
To help you get the most out of your
device, you can explore www.nokia.com/
support.
There you can find:
• Full-length user guides
• Troubleshooting info
• Discussions
• News on apps and downloads
• Further details about features and
technologies, and the compatibility of
devices and accessories
If the charging plate becomes too warm,
it automatically stops charging for a
while.
2. When the battery is full, take your
plate off the wireless charger, or
disconnect the USB cable from your
charging plate and the charger from the
wall outlet.
Troubleshooting and discussions may
not be available in all languages.
The Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) certification requires
the following user instruction: This
device is intended for desktop use and
should not be used next to your body.
This device has been tested to comply
with RF exposure limits at 10 cm from
the body.

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    Nokia Portable Wireless Charging Plate DC-50 ENGLISH: Keys and parts 1. Charging area for charging the phone 2. Battery level and charging indicators 3. Charging cable connector 4. Power indicator key 5. Charging area for charging the plate 6. Phone charging indicator The surface of this product is nickel- free.

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    “as is”. Except as required by applicable law, no that the app is provided as is. Nokia does not make • Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and instructions, may cause harmful interference all types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals •...

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