Nokia Wireless Charging Car Holder CR-200 User Guide Issue 1.0...
About your wireless charging car holder About your wireless charging car holder With the Nokia Wireless Charging Car Holder CR-200, you can access and charge your compatible phone easily at all times. Just put your phone in the holder, and the charging starts immediately.
Some treatments on the dashboard or dirt on the suction cup may result in a significantly less effective bond, so before you start, remove such treatments, and make sure that the cup is clean. Push the mount locking lever inwards. © 2013 Nokia. All rights reserved.
Tip: If you have trouble getting the suction cup to hold, attach a mounting plate on the dashboard first. Remove the holder from the dashboard Push the mount locking lever inwards, and lift from the tab on the edge of the suction cup. © 2013 Nokia. All rights reserved.
To keep the dashboard neat, put the cable in the cable clips, and attach the cable clips to the dashboard. Place your phone in the holder Make sure the holder is in a vertical position and facing you. To widen the clamps, press the clamp release button in. © 2013 Nokia. All rights reserved.
USB connector with the USB cable, for example, through the cable opening. Charge your phone To start charging, simply place your phone in the holder. A white indicator lights up. When the battery is fully charged, the indicator light goes out. © 2013 Nokia. All rights reserved.
Set your phone to automatically perform an action You can set your Nokia Lumia to automatically perform an action, for example, to open HERE Drive+, when you tap the Near Field Communication (NFC) area of the holder with your phone.
The battery of your phone is fully charged Flashing quickly Charging error Power indicator light Continuous Power is on If there is a problem with charging: • Check that no other object is in the holder. © 2013 Nokia. All rights reserved.
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