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Nokia 8260
User Guide
Version 0.06
includes
FCC addition (p. 112)
plus antenna picture (p. 7)
8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ i ]
4/21/00

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Nokia 8260 User Guide Version 0.06 includes FCC addition (p. 112) plus antenna picture (p. 7) 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ i ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 2: Copyright Information

    If you require assistance, contact your local service facility. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ ii ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Before you begin ......3 Contacting Nokia ......4 When you need to contact your service provider .

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    Add names and numbers ..... . 27 Change a stored telephone number ... . . 27 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ iv ] 3/6/00...

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    Manage calls ......40 Make a conference call ....40 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ v ] 3/6/00...

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    Set the ringing volume ....54 Set the ringing tone..... . . 54 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ vi ] 3/6/00...

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    Assign a ringing tone to a caller group..64 Rename a caller group .....64 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ vii ] 3/6/00...

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    Roaming ........76 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ viii ]...

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    Create a calendar note .....88 View the day’s notes..... . .92 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ ix ] 3/6/00...

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    Rotation ........103 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ x ]...

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    Index .........133 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ xi ]...

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    8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ xii ] 3/6/00...

  • Page 13: For Your Safety

    Switch off near blasting Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress. Observe restrictions and follow any regulations or rules that are in force. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 1 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 14: Qualified Service

    . Give your location. Do not end the call until told to do so. Note: You can also press and hold the 9 key to make an emergency call. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 2 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 15: Welcome

    Before you begin This section provides information that you need to know before you begin using your phone. This guide describes the Nokia 8260 phone, which is approved for use in the 800/1900 MHz TDMA/AMPS networks. Understand network services A number of features known as network services are described in this guide.

  • Page 16: Contacting Nokia

    If your service provider deems your problem to be Nokia related, the service provider will let you know. Note: This one-key feature might not be available on all systems.

  • Page 17: Prepare Your Phone For Use

    Last, replace the back cover Place the cover on top of the battery so that none of the battery is showing. Slide the cover up until it clicks into place. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 5 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 18: Charge The Battery

    Later on, you may need to remove the battery. Make sure the phone is off. Remove the phone’s back cover, grasp the ridge at the end of the battery with a fingernail, and lift the battery out. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 6 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 19: Get To Know Your Phone

    10 Voice mail key Number keys see page 31 see page 8 Special Emergency key 9 character keys Microphone see page 8 see page 63 Back of phone Internal antenna 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 7 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 20

    Number keys: Use keys 2 through 9 to enter numbers and letters. Press and hold to call your voice mailbox. Note: Press if you want to insert a blank space while entering text. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 8 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 21: Power Key

    Start screen is the “home base" for your phone. If you have already made a feature choice and are no longer at the Start screen but wish to return to this screen: • Press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 9 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 22: Navigation Keys

    Menu. Scroll key Your phone has a scroll key with an up and a down arrow. This guide refers to these arrows as if they were two separate keys: 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 10 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 23: Indicators And Icons

    • Handset volume indicator Signal strength: This indicator shows the signal strength of the wireless network at your current location. The higher the bar, the stronger the signal. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 11 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 24

    This appears when you press and hold the key while storing names. After switching to this numbers mode, you cannot enter any alpha characters. You can only enter numbers. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 12 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 25

    You have a reminder in your Calendar that it’s someone’s birthday. You have a reminder in your Calendar to call someone. You have a reminder in your Calendar of a meeting. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 13 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 26: Make And Answer Calls

    Answer a call To answer a phone call: Press any key to answer the call. Press to end the call. Tip: You can mute the ringing of an incoming call by pressing 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 14 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 27: Adjust The Earpiece Volume

    If you have stored the name and number of the calling party in your phone book and that number is supported by the wireless network, the caller’s name might also appear. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 15 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 28: Keep Calls Private

    • Repeat the steps above except, in step 2, scroll to Off. Note: If you turn this feature on and Voice Privacy becomes inactive for any reason, your phone displays the message Voice privacy not active and beeps. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 16 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 29: Use Phone Menus

    For this example, press Menu 3 > 1 > 2 > 1 (the same as pressing Menu > Profiles > Customize > Ringing Options). When the ringing options appear, scroll through them, select the one you want, and press OK. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 17 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 30: Change Menu Levels

    5 Erase all 1 All read 2 All in inbox 3 All saved 4 All in outbox Voice messages 1 Listen to voice messages 2 Voice mailbox number Welcome Note 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 18 ] 4/21/00...

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    Call settings 1 Emergency key 9 2 Automatic redial 3 Calling card Phone settings 1 Clock 2 Alarm clock 3 Touch tones 1 Manual touch tones 2 Touch tone length 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 19 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 32

    7 Public system selection (might not be available; see your service provider) 8 Digital/analog selection (might not be available; see your service provider) 5 System Automatic Manual New search 6 Games Memory 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 20 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 33

    Use phone menus Snake Logic Rotation 7 Calculator 8 Calendar View day Make note Erase notes View all Go to date Set the date 9 Keyguard 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 21 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 34: Enter Letters And Numbers

    For example, press the 2 key three times to enter the letter C. Characters Characters ., ’ ?!-1 PQRS7 ABC2 TUV8 DEF3 WXYZ9 GHI4 Enters an empty space or 0 JKL5 Special characters 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 22 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 35: Edit Names

    • Press # to move quickly up and down between rows of characters. Tip: If you want to access a special character that appears toward the end of this list, press for quicker access. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 23 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 36: Enter Numbers

    Use to create a “wait” when a number is dialed. This means that when your phone waits for you to press before it sends the number as touch tones. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 24 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 37: Use The Phone Book

    Enables you to search for a specific name. Add new Enables you to enter new names and numbers. Options Enables you to choose your scrolling view and to show the memory status. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 25 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 38: Change Views

    In all views, you can use the scroll keys to move up and down through the list of names. Select a scrolling view Press Names Scroll to Options, then press Select 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 26 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 39: Add Names And Numbers

    If you chose Name only as your scrolling view, continue to step 4. If you chose Name+number as your scrolling view, proceed to step 5. Press to view the number. Details 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 27 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 40: Recall And Redial Numbers

    At the Start screen, press to display the names and associated numbers that are stored in your phone book. Scroll to the appropriate name and press to dial the associated number. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 28 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 41: Erase Stored Names And Numbers

    Name+number as your scrolling view, proceed to step 3. Press Details Press Options Scroll to Erase, then press Select The Erase? message appears. Press to erase this name and associated number. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 29 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 42: Erase The Entire Phone Book

    Scroll to Memory status and press Select again. A message appears that says Phone: xx free, xx in use, where xx indicates the number of memory locations (phone entries) available and in use. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 30 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 43: Use Voice Mail

    3 Press • Press if you want to save your voice mailbox password in your phone. • Press No if you don’t. If you selected Yes, enter your security code. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 31 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 44: Set Greetings And Passwords

    1 > 2 > 1 (Messages > Voice messages > Listen to voice Menu messages). The message Calling voice mailbox appears on the screen. Follow the prompts to access your messages. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 32 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 45: 10. Work With The Call Log

    Shows the date and time during which the call was connected—if the clock has been set. Edit number Enables you to edit the displayed number. Save Enables you to save the displayed number into your phone book. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 33 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 46: Check Missed Calls

    Note: If you chose the Forward if not answered option in the Call Forwarding, then your phone treats these forwarded calls as missed calls. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 34 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 47: Check Previously Dialed Calls

    You can erase some or all of the numbers that appear in your phone’s call log. You can erase dialed numbers, received call numbers, or missed call numbers. Warning: You cannot undo this operation. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 35 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 48: Check Call Timers

    Displays the call duration of all calls that have been made since you reset the timers. Life timer Displays the duration of all calls for the life of your phone. This option cannot be reset. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 36 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 49: Turn On A Current Call Timer

    Clear call timers Press 2 > 5 > 5 (Call log > Call timers > Clear timers). The Menu Security code field appears. Enter your security code and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 37 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 50: Use Advanced Calling Features

    Note: These options can affect the microphones of any accessories connected to the phone. Touch tones Enables you to manually enter a touch tone string or search for a string in your phone. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 38 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 51: Use Call Waiting

    Make sure that Activate is highlighted and press Activate call waiting Press 4 > 5 > 3 (Settings > Network services > Call waiting). Menu to scroll to Activate and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 39 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 52: Manage Calls

    Once you place one of the parties on hold, you are unable to rejoin all three parties. To drop all parties, press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 40 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 53: Use Call Forwarding

    4 > 5 > 5 (Settings > Network services > Network Menu feature setting). The Feature code field appears. Enter the feature code your service provider gave you and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 41 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 54: Activate Call Forwarding

    At the Number field, either enter the number to which you want your calls forwarded or press Search to find this number in the phone book (if the number is indeed in your phone book). 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 42 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 55: Redial Automatically

    4 > 1 > 3 (Settings > Call settings > Calling card). Menu Scroll to the A, B, C, or D calling card and press Options Scroll to Edit and press The Security code field appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 43 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 56: Save Calling Card Information (step 2)

    The order of the following steps may vary, depending on which dialing sequence your card uses. Enter the number and, when prompted for the calling card’s access number, enter the number and press OK. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 44 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 57: Choose A Calling Card To Use

    Scroll to the desired card and press Options Press to highlight Select and press The Security code field appears. Enter your security code and press The message Card ready for use appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 45 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 58: Make A Calling Card Call

    Otherwise, this feature might not appear on your phone’s menu. Store the Send Own Number feature code Press 4 > 5 > 5 (Settings > Network services > Network Menu feature setting). 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 46 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 59: Select A Phone System (nam)

    You must select a NAM for your home system, and if you travel outside of your home system, you can choose another NAM. Only one NAM can be active at a time. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 47 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 60: Select The Nam For Your Phone

    Analog Forces the phone to use only AMPS analog networks. Digital Forces the phone to use only TDMA digital networks. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 48 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 61: Set Touch Tones

    4 2 3 2 (Settings - Phone settings - Touch tones - Touch Menu tone length). to scroll to Short or Long. Short sets the tone length to .1 second; Long sets the tone length to .5 second. Press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 49 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 62: Store Touch Tone Sequences (strings)

    Enter the touch tone string or recall the string from the phone book, and press Warning: If you send touch tones while in the analog mode, be careful not to send confidential information. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 50 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 63: 12. Customize Your Phone

    • Select a different profile Quickly press the Power key. Quickly press the Power key again to scroll through each choice (or you can use the scroll keys). 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 51 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 64: Customize A Profile

    This option does not appear in the Normal, Headset, or Car kit profiles. Note: When you change a setting in the current profile, it affects only that profile. Your phone’s normal settings do not change. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 52 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 65: Set Ringing Options

    Caller groups Sets the ring to a silent ring, unless a call comes from a number within a caller group. Silent The phone makes no sound. to scroll to the desired caller group(s), then press to select or to deselect them. Mark Unmark 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 53 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 66: Set The Ringing Volume

    Press Options Highlight Customize and press Scroll to Ringing tone and press Select Scroll through the options, and, when you hear the tone you want to use, press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 54 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 67: Set A Vibrating Alert

    . (If you choose Off, no keypad tones are made.) If you chose the Silent profile in step 2, the keypad tones are turned off. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 55 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 68: Set Warning And Game Tones

    Scroll to Message alert tone, then press Select to scroll through your choices. The phone plays samples of each choice as you scroll to it. When you find the tone you want, press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 56 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 69: Set Your Phone To Answer Automatically

    Car and press Options Note: Car does not appear in the list unless the phone is connected to a car kit. Highlight Customize and press to scroll to Lights and press Select 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 57 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 70: Rename Profiles

    However, any profiles you have modified are reset when you restore your settings. Press Menu 4 2 4 (Settings - Phone settings - Restore factory settings) Enter your security code and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 58 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 71: Set The Display Language

    24-hour time, enter the number the same way: 09:30 or 23:12. • If you set time format to am/pm, use to scroll to am or pm and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 59 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 72: Display The Clock

    As you enter characters, they appear to the left of the cursor. Press Clear to delete characters to the left of the cursor. Press to move the cursor right or left. Press Options 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 60 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 73: Use 1-touch Dialing

    Select Repeat these steps as many times as necessary. To call a number using 1-touch dialing, press and hold the appropriate key for a few seconds. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 61 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 74: Change 1-touch Dialing Numbers

    When the emergency key feature is turned on, the phone attempts to make an emergency call when you press 9 and . The phone dials the emergency number preprogrammed into your phone. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 62 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 75: Activate The Emergency Key 9

    Caller ID is a network services feature (see you service provider). Add names to a caller group Before you can create a caller group, you must include the names that will make up a caller group in your phone book. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 63 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 76: Assign A Ringing Tone To A Caller Group

    Caller groups and press Select to scroll to the group you want and press Select to scroll to Rename group and press Select Enter the group name and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 64 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 77: Remove Names From A Caller Group

    Select to scroll to Group graphic and press Select to scroll to On. The graphic associated with that caller group is now set to display. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 65 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 78: 13. Security

    Enter the default security code and press At the message Enter new security code, enter your new security code and press At the message Verify new security code, enter your new security code again and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 66 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 79: Protect Your Phone With The Lock Code

    Note: If you enter an incorrect lock code five times in a row, your phone prompts you for the security code. The default lock code is 1234. However, Nokia recommends that you change this code immediately. Turn on the phone lock...

  • Page 80: Store An Unlocked Phone Number

    > Access codes > Change lock code). The message Enter lock code appears. Enter the lock code and press Only numeric characters are accepted. Enter the new lock code and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 68 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 81: Turn Off The Lock Code

    Scroll to Off and press again. With the lock code feature turned off, you can use your phone without having to enter the lock code each time you turn your phone on. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 69 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 82: Lock The Keypad

    Note: Keyguard is automatically turned off when the phone is connected to a car kit. Deactivate keyguard Press Unlock Press • Press and hold until the message Unlock keys? appears. • Press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 70 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 83: Answer A Call While Keyguard Is Active

    ). However, emergency key 9 might not work, depending on the type of restriction you choose. Restrict outgoing calls Press 4 > 3 > 1 (Settings > Security settings > Restrict calls). Menu Press Select 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 71 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 84: Restrict Incoming Calls

    Scroll to All calls and press Mark. Press to remove an already-set restriction. Unmark Press . The Save changes? message appears. Back Press Press if you do not want to save the changes. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 72 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 85: Set Network Services Features

    After you store a feature code, the respective service appears as a menu option on your phone’s screen. You can use these menus to activate and deactivate the network services. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 73 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 86: Set Up How Your Phone Selects A System

    If you have two phone numbers (or NAMs), the Manual and New search features are used only with your primary phone number (NAM 1). 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 74 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 87: Select A Public System

    • Home only: The phone uses only its home system. It will not roam. Scroll to the option you want and press OK. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 75 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 88: Switch From Private To Public System

    Contact your service provider for more details. If your phone is not roaming, it either displays the word HOME or the name of your service provider. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 76 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 89: Send And Receive Text Messages

    Standard text input is the default mode for text entry. The ABC icon <<ABC>> appears as visual confirmation. Find the key that is below the letter you want to enter. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 77 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 90: About Predictive Text Input

    Press OK. T9 dictionary activated appears. This means you can use predictive text input to enter messages. In the text message window where you write, the predictive text icon appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 78 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 91: Keys And Tools For Predictive Text Input

    Turn off predictive text input • To switch from predictive text input to standard text input, repeat steps 1 through 4 above 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 79 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 92: Notes About Predictive Text Input

    If the ? character appears after a word, the word you intended to write is not in the dictionary. You can add the word to the dictionary. Press repeatedly until appears in place of Spell Options 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 80 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 93: Send A Text Message

    When you’ve finished writing, press , scroll to Send, then Options press Enter or recall the recipient’s phone number, then press Sending message appears When the message is successfully sent, Message sent appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 81 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 94: Save A Message In The Outbox

    Scroll to the message, then press Read Press Options. Send is selected. Press Enter or find the number where you want to send the message, then press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 82 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 95: Receive A Text Message

    In your inbox, text messages are shown in the order in which they were received, unless one is an emergency message. An emergency message overrides any order and appears first. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 83 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 96: Choose Options For A Message

    An incoming emergency message could force a deletion from your phone’s Saved folder. If after deleting messages the memory is still full, your phone shows the message No space: message waiting. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 84 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 97: Erase A Message

    Enter or find the recipient’s phone number, then press • Retrieve a number You can save or dial a phone number that is included in a message. Press Options Scroll to Get number, then press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 85 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 98

    If more than one number is shown, scroll to the one you want, then press The phone displays the number on the screen. You can dial it or save it as if you had entered it yourself. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 86 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 99: Use Your Personal Assistant

    If you haven’t already set the date, the phone prompts you to do so. To set the date, proceed to step 2. Otherwise, proceed to step 3. Set the date using the mm/dd/yyyy format. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 87 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 100: Move From Day To Day

    Reminder, Call, Meeting, or Birthday. You can also set an alarm for any calendar note. Go to the day you want, scroll to Make note, and press Select. The list of categories appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 88 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 101

    . Select either am or pm and press . The message Calendar note saved appears. If you don’t want to set an alarm, press . The message Calendar note saved appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 89 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 102

    Select either am or pm and press . The message Calendar note saved appears. If you don’t want to set an alarm, press . The message Calendar note saved appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 90 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 103

    Select either am or pm and press . The message Calendar note saved appears. If you don’t want to set an alarm, press . The message Calendar note saved appears. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 91 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 104: View The Day's Notes

    Press Options and then press View Day. Again press Options. The following options are available: Erase Clears a note from your calendar. An Erase note? message appears to confirm your choice. Press OK. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 92 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 105: Erase Notes

    Postpone , the following message appears: Alarm will be postponed for 10 min. After 10 minutes, the alarm once again goes off. You can either: • Press again OR Postpone 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 93 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 106: Send Or Receive Calendar Notes

    Show is selected. Press scroll through the note to read it. OK and Save a received calendar note After viewing the calendar note, press Back Scroll to Save, then press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 94 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 107: Send And Receive Business Cards

    When your phone displays Business card received, press Options. Show is selected. Press OK. Scroll through the available information. Save a viewed business card After viewing the business card, press Back, scroll to Save, then press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 95 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 108: Delete A Viewed Business Card

    At the Name: prompt, edit the name if you want to, then press OK. At the Number: prompt, edit the number if you want to, then press Delete a viewed business card After viewing the business card, press Back, then press Exit. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 96 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 109: Download Ringing Tones

    Press OK. The phone saves the new tone in the list of ringing tones. Discard received ringing tones You can discard a ringing tone if you don’t want to save it. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 97 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 110: Alarm Clock

    Turn off the alarm clock when it rings • When the alarm clock rings: Press Stop to turn it off. • Press to set the alarm to go off again in 10 minutes. Snooze 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 98 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 111: Calculator

    Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, To home, To visited, Exchange rate, and press Enter the first number in the calculation. If you need to enter a number with a decimal point, press # to indicate 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 99 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 112: Convert Currency

    Menu Options .to scroll to Exchange rate and press The message How many home units to a visited unit appears. Press again. The Exchange rate field appears, with the number 1. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 100 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 113

    The number 0 is overwritten by the number you entered. Press and use to scroll to one of the following Options categories: To home or To visited. Press The converted currency rate appears above the Back key. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 101 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 114: 17. Games

    You can choose a higher level of play if you want to increase the number of boxes. Press the 5 key to reveal a picture. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 102 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 115

    Press the 5 key to replace the bracket with a blinking figure. Use the following keys as cursors: 2 (up), 4 (left), and 8 (down). Try to find the secret combination of figures. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 103 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 116: Rotation

    3 or 5 key to rotate the numbers clockwise. The more quickly you put the numbers in order, the higher your score. The higher the level at which you play, the more time you have to complete a game. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 104 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 117: 18. Reference Information

    Temperature extremes can affect the ability of your battery to charge. Therefore, allow it to cool down or warm up before trying to charge it. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 105 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 118

    • Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly. Do not dispose of batteries by putting them in fire! • When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 106 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 119: Important Safety Information

    This position is when the phone is held to your ear with the antenna pointing over your shoulder. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 107 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 120: Electronic Devices

    Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Also contact these authorities if you have any questions. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 108 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 121: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 109 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 122

    Failure to observe these instructions could lead to the suspension or the denial of telephone services to the offender, or it could result in legal action, or both scenarios could apply. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 110 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 123: Emergency Calls

    If certain features are in use (Keyguard, fixed dialing, restrict calls, and so on), you might first need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this guide and your local cellular service provider. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 111 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 124

    To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, use only Nokia approved accessories. When carrying the phone while it is on, place the phone in Nokia approved belt clip, carrying case or holster, or place the phone in a pocket so that the keypad faces your body.

  • Page 125: Care And Maintenance

    The personnel there will assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 113 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 126: Accessories

    • Use only batteries, chargers, and accessories that have been approved by the phone manufacturer. The use of any other types could invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and could be dangerous. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 114 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 127: Battery

    80% of its capacity. When this happens, the battery scroll bars on your phone’s screen stop scrolling. • If you want to obtain 100% battery capacity, allow another 2 hours for a “trickle” or “maintenance” charge. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 115 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 128: Chargers And Other Accessories

    • Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week, since overcharging the battery could shorten its lifespan. If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 116 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 129

    (when not charging) or finished charging (if it has been charging). The battery charging times are the same as those for the Rapid Travel Charger (ACP-8). 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 117 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 130: Troubleshooting

    The charger and the Securely connect the phone are not properly charger to the phone. connected. The charger is not Ensure that the properly plugged in. charger is plugged in correctly. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 118 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 131

    31. The voice mail number Call your wireless you have saved is service provider. incorrect. You have forgotten Call your wireless your password or are service provider. entering it incorrectly. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 119 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 132: Frequently Asked Questions (faq)

    A. The default security code is 12345. However, it is suggested that you change this code immediately. Certain features can be used only after the correct security code has been successfully entered. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 120 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 133

    , enter your voice mailbox phone number, and press Menu The screen tells you that the number is saved. Then the following message appears: Save hidden voice mailbox password? Press save this number. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 121 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 134

    (empty) and press Assign to scroll to the name/number to which you want to assign to this key and press Select 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 122 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 135

    Q. How do I clear my call timers? A. WARNING: The clearing of call timers cannot be undone. Press 2 5 5 and when the Security code field appears, enter Menu your security code and press 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 123 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 136

    This feature is available only for certain phones. electronic serial The identification number that is assigned to the number (ESN) phone. home system The system in which your phone works without having to roam. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 124 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 137

    Selecting a phone system (NAM) • Voice mail • Voice privacy page A type of text message in which either a name, or a name and phone number, appears on the phone’s Start screen. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 125 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 138

    Depending upon the service provider and their network capabilities, the message can be anywhere from 140 to 240 characters. This phone uses both MT-SMS (mobile terminated SMS) and MO-SMS (mobile originated SMS). 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 126 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 139

    You can choose the way the tone sounds. For example, you can choose a short ring, an ascending ring, or a beep. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 127 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 140

    You can adjust the volume (while in a call or at any time) by pressing the volume keys on the upper left side of the phone. warning and See tones. game tones 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 128 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 141: 21. Technical Information

    -4°F to + 104°F (-20°C to + 40°C) Number of Channels 832 lowband 1997 highband Number of NAMs Memory Locations Memory Capacity Alpha: 26 digits per location Numeric: 32 digits per location 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 129 ] 4/21/00...

  • Page 142

    NOKIA MOBILE PHONES – 7725 Woodland Center Boulevard, Suite 150, Tampa, FL 33614 Tel: 1-888-NOKIA2U (1-888-665-4228) Fax: (1) 813-249-9619 TTY:1-800-24NOKIA (1-800-246-6542) CANADA NOKIA PRODUCTS LTD. – 575 Westney Rd. South, Ajax, Ontario L1S 4N7. Tel: (905) 427-6654 The information contained in this user guide was written for dual-mode TDMA and AMPS phones.

  • Page 143: Limited Warranty

    NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty 22. NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty Nokia Mobile Phones, Inc. (“NMP”) warrants that this cellular phone (“Product”) is free from defects in material and workmanship that result in Product failure during normal usage, according to the following terms and conditions: 1.

  • Page 144

    8. If a problem develops during the limited warranty period, the Consumer shall take the following step-by-step procedure: a) The Consumer shall return the Product to the place of purchase for repair or replacement processing. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 132 ]4/21/00...

  • Page 145

    Product will be returned freight collect. If the Product is returned to NMP after the expiration of the limited warranty period, NMP's normal service policies shall apply and the Consumer will be responsible for all shipping charges. 8260 User Guide version v. 0.06 [ 133 ] 4/21/00...

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  • Page 147: Index

    Index C, D calculator 98 calendar 87 creating a note 88 Numerics erasing notes 93 turning off alarms 93 1-touch dialing 61 viewing 87 calendar notes receiving 94 sending 94 ABC text entry 77 calendar notes, viewing 92 ABC text entry mode 22 call forwarding 41 accessories 113 activating 42...

  • Page 148

    choosing 45 using 46 calls handset volume indicator 11 answering 14 handset volume marker 12 making 14 I, J restricting incoming and outgo- ing 71 icons on the screen 11, 12, 13 chargers 115 in-call options 38 clock changing time format (am/pm, 24-hour) 59 keyguard 70 display on screen 60...

  • Page 149

    (NAM) 47 network services selecting automatically 74 need to subscribe 3 selecting different 74 setting 73 selecting manually 74 Nokia selecting public 75 contacting 4 switching from private to public Customer Service 4 World Wide Web 3 Power key 9...

  • Page 150

    selecting different 51 settings punctuation 23 restoring factory defaults 58 shortcut method 17 shortcuts questions, frequently asked 119 list 18 signal strength 11 signal strength indicator 11 radio frequency (RF) signals 111 special characters 23 received calls, checking 35 Start screen 9 redailing automatically 43 T, U redialing same number 15, 28...

  • Page 151

    message received 31 setting up 31 voice privacy 16 W, X, Y, Z warning tones 56 welcome note, adding 60 [ 151 ]...

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