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    Nokia 8260 User Guide...

  • Page 3: Legal Information

    © 2000–2001 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. Printed in Canada 08/01. Nokia, Nokia Connecting People, and the Original Accessories logos are trademarks of Nokia Corporation and/or its affiliates. US Patent No 5818437 and other pending patents. T9 text input software Copyright ©...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Visit Nokia on the Web..... .3 Contacting Nokia ......4 When you need to contact your service provider .

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    5. Make and answer calls......13 Make a call ......13 Answer a call .

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    Change a stored telephone number....26 Recall and redial numbers .....27 Erase stored names and numbers .

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    Use call forwarding ......40 Store the call forwarding feature code ..40 Activate call forwarding .

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    Set keypad tones......53 Set warning and game tones ....53 Set the message alert tone .

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    Use caller groups ......62 Add names to a caller group ....62 Assign a ringing tone to a caller group .

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    14. Set network services features ....71 Set up how your phone selects a system ..71 [ vii ]...

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    16. Send and receive e-mail messages ....84 Save e-mail addresses ......84 Save an e-mail address for an existing name .

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    Save received ringing tones ....98 Discard received ringing tones....99 Alarm clock ....... . .99 Set the alarm clock.

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    22. Technical Information ..... . . 128 23. NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty... . . 129 24.

  • Page 14: For Your Safety

    1. For your safety This section provides various safety guidelines. Read this information before using your mobile phone (called phone throughout this guide). Failure to comply with these guidelines could prove either dangerous or illegal. For more detailed safety information, see “Important safety information” on page 107.

  • Page 15: Use Sensibly

    Interference All phones are susceptible to interference, which could affect performance. This could impede the making of an emergency call. Use sensibly Use only in the normal position (to ear). Avoid unnecessary contact with the antenna when phone is on. Qualified service Only qualified service personnel can install or repair cellular phone equipment.

  • Page 16: Welcome

    Interactive manual Now, Nokia has a great new way for you to learn how to use all of your phone features. Go to www.nokiahowto.com to access the Nokia Interactive User Guide. It provides an interactive way to get step-by-step instructions for any of your phone features.

  • Page 17: 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 18: Prepare Your Phone For Use

    3. Prepare your phone for use • Install the battery First, remove the back cover To attach and remove the battery, you need to first remove the phone’s back cover. 1 Press down on the tab on the bottom of the cover.

  • Page 19: When The Charger Is Not In Use

    2 Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet. If the phone is turned on, the messages Charger connected and then Charging appear. Then the battery power indicator bar starts to flash up and down (scroll). • You can use the phone while the battery is charging. •...

  • Page 20: Get To Know Your Phone

    4. Get to know your phone • Keys and screen 1 Volume keys 2 Screen 3 Scroll keys 4 Voice mail 5 Special character keys 6 Microphone Back of phone Tip: As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna un- necessarily when the phone is switched on.

  • Page 21: Keys

    Keys Power key: Press and hold the key to switch the phone on or off. Note: This key is on the top of the phone. Selection keys: Press to perform the function indicated by the text on the screen above the key. Talk key: Press to make or answer a call.

  • Page 22: Power Key

    Start screen When you turn on your phone, a Nokia welcome appears, and then you see the Start screen. The Start screen is the “home base" for your phone.

  • Page 23: Scroll Key

    At the start screen, when you press the right selection key options for the Names feature appear, along with the same Select and Exit options that appear when you select Menu. This guide refers to the selection keys by the names that appear above them.

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    Indicators show the status of something. The phone uses three types of indicators: • Signal strength indicator • Battery power indicator • 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.

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    Digital service is available. Any alpha characters you enter will be uppercase (capital letters). Press the key to switch between upper and lowercase letters. Any alpha characters you enter will be lowercase. Press the key to switch between upper and lowercase letters. You are in predictive text mode.

  • Page 26: Make And Answer Calls

    2 Deactivate the keyguard, if it is on. Nokia recommends that you use the keyguard, so you need to check to see if it is on and deactivate it before you make a call.

  • Page 27: Adjust The Earpiece Volume

    Adjust the earpiece volume You can adjust the earpiece volume (while in a call or at any time) by pressing the volume keys on the upper left side of the phone. • Press the key up to increase the volume. •...

  • Page 28: Keep Calls Private

    Check signal strength When you are at the Start screen or in a call, the strength of the radio signal is indicated by the signal indicators on the left side of your phone’s screen. The signal indicators move up as the strength of the signal increases and down as it decreases.

  • Page 29: Use Phone Menus

    6. Use phone menus • Navigate menus A menu is a list of choices you can make. Your phone has 9 main menus. Each main menu contains numerous submenus that allow you to use the phone book, change the ringing tone, and so on. You can use menus and submenus two ways: by scrolling or by using shortcuts.

  • Page 30: Exit Menu Levels

    Exit menu levels • To return to the previous menu level, press Back or Exit. • To return to the Start screen, press No menu setting changes are saved. Get help For most of the menu items in your phone, a brief help text is provided. To view the help text of a menu item, scroll to an item and wait 5 seconds.

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    2 Call log 1 Missed calls 2 Dialed calls 3 Received calls 4 Clear call lists 5 Call timers 3 Profiles 1 Normal 1 Select (not available for Headset or Car Kit) 2 Customize (the following submenus appear in all profiles) 1 Ringing options 2 Ringing volume 3 Ringing tone...

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    3 Touch tones 1 Manual touch tones 2 Touch tone length 4 Restore factory settings 5 Language 1 English 2 French 3 Spanish 4 Portuguese 5 Russian 6 Hebrew 7 Traditional Chinese 3 Security settings 1 Restrict calls 1 Restrict outgoing calls 2 Restrict incoming calls 2 Access codes 1 Phone lock...

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    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 1 Automatic 2 Manual 3 New search 6 Games 1 Memory 2 Snake 3 Logic 4 Rotation 7 Calculator 8 Calendar...

  • Page 34: Enter Letters And Numbers

    7. Enter letters and numbers Note: For text messages and calendar notes, you can use predictive text input. This method is covered in “Write with predictive text input” on page 76. • Enter letters When you want to add new names or when you view names in the phone book, your phone automatically switches to the ABC mode and displays icon.

  • Page 35: Edit Names

    Edit names To edit a name in the phone book: • Use the scroll key to move the cursor to the left. • Use the scroll key to move the cursor to the right. • Press Clear to correct any mistakes. Change from capital (uppercase) letters To switch between capital letters (uppercase) and lowercase letters: •...

  • Page 36: Enter Numbers

    • Enter numbers You use the 123 mode to enter numbers. When you’re in 123 mode, the screen shows the Note: You cannot enter special characters in 123 mode from the special characters list. • If you are in 2 seconds. icon appears, enabling you to enter only numbers.

  • Page 37: Use The Phone Book

    8. Use the phone book • About the phone book Your phone includes a phone book that can store up to 250 names and associated phone numbers. Stored numbers can be up to 32 digits long. Stored names can be up to 26 characters long. Make entries unique You cannot store identical names in your phone.

  • Page 38: Change Views

    Caller groups Allows you to rename or change the ringing tone for a caller group, as well as turn the group graphic on or off. Erase all Allows you to erase all names and numbers in the phone book. To erase only one name and number at a time, while viewing a name in the phone book press Details or Options, then scroll to Erase and press Select.

  • Page 39: Add Names And Numbers

    • Add names and numbers 1 Press Names. 2 Scroll to Add new and press Select. 3 Using the keypad, enter the name. Use the key to switch between upper and lowercase letters. 4 Press OK. 5 Enter the phone number and press OK. Shortcut You can also enter numbers by using a shortcut from the Start screen.

  • Page 40: Recall And Redial Numbers

    7 Press OK. The associated number appears. 8 Press Clear to erase one number at a time, or press and hold Clear to erase all the numbers on the screen. Use the 9 Enter the new number. 10 Press OK to save the new number. •...

  • Page 41: Erase Stored Names And Numbers

    • Erase stored names and numbers Note: You cannot undo Erase functions, so be careful! 1 Using one of the methods described in “Recall and redial numbers” on page 27, recall the stored name and its associated number. If you chose Name only as your scrolling view, continue to step 2. If you chose Name+number as your scrolling view, proceed to step 3.

  • Page 42: Check Memory Status

    • Check memory status You can check to see how many free and in-use memory locations are in your directory. 1 Press Names and scroll to Options. 2 Press Select. 3 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.

  • Page 43: Use Voice Mail

    9. Use voice mail Voice mail is a network services feature. Colleagues who miss you when they call can leave a voice message, which you can retrieve later. • When you have a message • Your phone beeps when you receive a voice message. Also, the message New voice message appears on your phone’s screen, along with the icon.

  • Page 44: Set Greetings And Passwords

    6 Enter your voice mailbox password and press OK. Your voice mailbox number can be up to 32 digits long and is used until it’s changed. Therefore, if your phone number changes, you may need to change your voice mailbox number along with it. •...

  • Page 45: Work With The Call Log

    10. Work with the call log The call log keeps track of: • Missed calls • Numbers you’ve dialed • Numbers from which you’ve received calls • The amount of time you’ve spent on calls • Check the call log Press Menu 2 to access Call log, then press Select.

  • Page 46: Check Missed Calls

    View number Allows you to view a number when an associated name appears on the screen. Note: This option works only if you have stored the Tip: You can dial any numbers that appear on your phone’s screen by pressing Check missed calls Your phone stores up to the last 10 numbers associated with calls you have missed.

  • Page 47: Check Received Calls

    1 Press Menu 2 > 2 (Call log > Dialed calls). 2 Use to scroll through the dialed numbers list. 3 When you reach the number you want to dial, press You can also access previously dialed numbers by pressing pressing to scroll through the list.

  • Page 48: Check Call Timers

    • Check call timers Your phone tracks the amount of time you spend on each call. To obtain information about time spent on phone calls: 1 Press Menu 2 > 5 (Call log > Call timers). 2 Use to scroll through the options described in the following list: Last call Shows the call duration of the last call made.

  • Page 49: Turn On A Current Call Timer

    Turn on a current call timer You can set your phone to display the running elapsed time while a call is active. To do so: 1 Press Menu 2 > 5 (Call log > Call timers). 2 Press Details. Current call timer appears. 3 Press Select.

  • Page 50: Use Advanced Calling Features

    11. Use advanced calling features • Set in-call options Your phone allows you to use a number of features during a call. These features are known as in-call options. Note: Many in-call options are network services features. To use these options, you must contact your service provider.

  • Page 51: Use Call Waiting

    • Use call waiting If you have call waiting, your phone beeps during a call to let you know that someone else is calling you. Depending on your caller ID setup, the phone might also display the number of the incoming call. Note: Call waiting may not be available in all wireless systems.

  • Page 52: Make A Conference Call

    Make a conference call While in a call, you can call another number and "conference in" (add) a third party to the call. The conference call feature varies based on wireless systems. Contact your service provider for details. 1 While in a call, you can either dial the number you want to conference in and press You can press Options, scroll to New call, press OK, enter the phone number, and press OK again.

  • Page 53: Use Call Forwarding

    • Use call forwarding With call forwarding, you can forward incoming calls to another number. This way, if you are unable to receive calls on your phone, all calls going to that phone can be forwarded to another phone. You never have to miss an important call.

  • Page 54: Redial Automatically

    Forward if not answered Forward if out of reach Forwards calls if you are out of the serving Cancel call forwarding 3 Highlight Activate and press OK. 4 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).

  • Page 55: Use A Calling Card

    Before you can use the Automatic Redial feature, you must activate it. 1 Press Menu 4 > 1 > 2 (Settings > Call settings > Automatic redial). 2 Use to scroll to On. 3 Press OK. • Use a calling card You can use a calling card when you dial long distance calls.

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

    Dialing sequence Use for cards that require you to Prefix Dial the prefix (any numbers that must precede the phone number) + phone no. and phone number you want to + card no. dial, then card number (+ PIN, if required).

  • Page 57: Choose A Calling Card To Use

    Choose a calling card to use If you have more than one calling card, you’ll need to choose one before making a call. 1 Press Menu 4 > 1 > 3 (Settings > Call settings > Calling card). 2 Scroll to the desired card and press Options. 3 Press The Security code field appears.

  • Page 58: Store The Send Own Number Feature Code

    Note: Send Own Number might not be available in all wireless systems. Contact your service provider for details and availability. Also note that this feature is effective only when you call a number that is equipped with caller ID. Before you can use Send Own Number, you must first store its feature code.

  • Page 59: Select The Phone Number

    in three different service areas. For example, your phone could bc9o9BT ı ] [ 46 ]...

  • Page 60: Set Touch Tones

    • Set touch tones Touch tones are sounds that are produced when you press the keys on your phone’s keypad. Sometimes, touch tones are called DTMF tones, but this guide calls them touch tones. 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 61: Store Touch Tone Sequences (strings)

    Store touch tone sequences (strings) You store touch tone strings the same way that you store names and numbers in your phone book. You can store an entire digit sequence and send it as touch tones for frequently used strings of numbers. Store touch tone strings with phone numbers 1 Enter the phone number that you want associated with a touch tone.

  • Page 62: Customize Your Phone

    12. Customize your phone • What is a profile? A profile is a "set of settings" you can use to customize the way your phone works. You can set your own preferences for these items: Ringing options Ringing volume Ringing tone Vibrating alert Keypad tones Warning &...

  • Page 63: Customize A Profile

    • Customize a profile 1 Press Menu 3 (Profiles). 2 Scroll to the desired profile in the list. Note: The Car and Headset profiles do not appear unless your phone has been connected to these accessories. If you connect your phone to a car kit or to a headset, these profiles remain in the menu, unless you choose to restore your phone’s factory settings.

  • Page 64: Set The Ringing Volume

    3 Highlight Customize and press OK. 4 Scroll to Ringing options and press Select. 5 Scroll to one of the ringing options, as described below, and press OK. Ring The phone rings until it is answered. Ascending Ringing volume increases (gets louder) if the phone is not answered.

  • Page 65: Set The Ringing Tone

    Note: As you scroll through the ringing options, you can listen to a sample of each. Although the ringing sample for level 4 and level 5 are the same, ringing level 5 will produce very loud ringing. The ringing volume setting is stored individually for the handsfree car kit and the headset.

  • Page 66: Set Keypad Tones

    5 Use to scroll to On and press OK. The phone does not vibrate when it is connected to or placed in any charging device. Set keypad tones Keypad tones are the sounds you hear when you press your phone’s keys. You can set the volume for those tones.

  • Page 67: Set The Message Alert Tone

    Set the message alert tone You can set your phone to use a certain tone to indicate an incoming text message. 1 Press Menu 3 (Profiles). 2 Use to scroll to the profile for which you want to set the message alert tone, and press Options.

  • Page 68: Set The Lights (car Kit Only)

    Set the lights (car kit only) While your phone is connected to a car kit, you can either set its lights to be on only when you use it, or you can have the lights on continuously. This feature works only when your phone is connected to a car kit. 1 Press Menu 3 (Profiles).

  • Page 69: Restore Factory Settings

    • Restore factory settings If you have made changes to your phone’s profiles (settings), you can restore them to their original, or factory settings. You must enter a security code to reset your phone’s factory settings. Note: The memory, timers, language selection, security code, and lock codes are not reset.

  • Page 70: Display Or Hide The Clock

    2 Use to scroll to Adjust time and press Select. The Time field appears. 3 Enter the time using an xx:xx format and press OK. For example, to set your clock to 9:30, enter 09:30. If you set the time format for 24-hour time, enter the number the same way: 09:30 or 23:12.

  • Page 71: Set Automatic Update Of Date And Time

    • Set automatic update of date and time You can set your phone to automatically update the date and time from the network. If the clock in your phone is 2 minutes or more off the network time, the phone will automatically update the time to reflect the network. Note: Auto update of date and time may not be available in all wireless [ 58 ]...

  • Page 72: Add A Welcome Note

    • Add a welcome note You can set your phone to display a welcome note each time you switch on your phone. This note could say, for example: Hello. It could include your name, a reminder, or more. The maximum length of this note is 36 characters.

  • Page 73: Assign A Name Or Number To A 1-touch

    Assign a name or number to a 1-touch dial key 1 Press Names and scroll to 1-touch dialing. 2 Press Select. 3 Use to scroll to the first number that includes the message (empty) and press Assign. 4 Use to scroll to the name and number to which you want to assign this key and press Select.

  • Page 74: Use Emergency Key 9

    3 Use to scroll to the key you want to erase and press Options. 4 Use to scroll to Erase and press Select. 5 Press OK. • Use emergency key 9 When the emergency key feature is turned on, the phone attempts to make an emergency call when you press 9 and emergency number preprogrammed into your phone.

  • Page 75: Use Caller Groups

    • Use caller groups You can create groups of names in your phone book and give each group a different ringing tone. This allows you to recognize who is calling you by the way your phone rings. [ 62 ]...

  • Page 76: Rename A Caller Group

    Rename a caller group 1 At the Start screen, press Names. 2 Use to scroll to Caller groups and press Select. 3 Use to scroll to the group you want and press Select. 4 Use to scroll to Rename group and press Select. 5 Enter the group name and press OK.

  • Page 77: View The New Graphic

    View the new graphic Note: If you press Exit at any time before saving the graphic, the new graphic will be deleted! 1 When your phone shows Group graphic received, press Options. 2 Show is selected. 3 Press OK. The phone previews the new group graphic. Save a received graphic 1 After previewing the group graphic, press Back.

  • Page 78: Security

    You must successfully enter your security code to activate and use certain phone features. • The default 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.

  • Page 79: Protect Your Phone With The Lock Code

    Calls can be received, but can only be made to the unlocked phone number. • The default lock code is 1234. • Nokia recommends that you change this code immediately. You can save an unlocked phone number and make calls to that number without entering the lock code.

  • Page 80: Store An Unlocked Phone Number

    Store an unlocked phone number 1 Press Menu 4 > 3 > 2 > 2 (Settings > Security settings > Access codes > Unlocked phone number). 2 Enter the lock code and press OK. The Number box opens. 3 Enter a phone number or press Search and scroll through the phone book until the number you want to store appears.

  • Page 81: Turn Off Phone Lock

    Turn off phone lock 1 Press Menu. The Enter lock code box opens. 2 Enter the lock code and press OK. Phone unlocked displays briefly, and you are returned to the Start screen. 3 Press Menu 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 (Settings > Security settings > Access codes >...

  • Page 82: Deactivate Keyguard

    Deactivate keyguard 1 Press Unlock. 2 Press • Press and hold • Press OK. Answer a call while keyguard is active During an incoming call, the keypad automatically unlocks. • Press to answer the call. After you end the call, keyguard automatically becomes active again. •...

  • Page 83: Restrict Outgoing Calls

    When calls are restricted, you might be able to make calls to the emergency number that is programmed into your phone. For example, you could dial 911 and press . However, emergency key 9 might not work, depending on the type of restriction you choose. Restrict outgoing calls 1 Press Menu 4 >...

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    14. Set network services features The following network services can be obtained from your service provider. These services are not available from all providers or in all areas. • Voice privacy • Call waiting • Call forwarding • Sending own number When you subscribe to any of these services, your service provider gives you a feature code that activates each service.

  • Page 85: Set Up The Way Your Phone Selects A Network

    Set up the way your phone selects a network 1 Press Menu 5. You see the following three options: • Automatic: Your phone automatically searches for available networks and chooses the appropriate one. Every time you turn on your phone, it resets to Automatic. •...

  • Page 86: Select A Public System

    Select a public system When you take your phone outside its home system, the phone is said to be "roaming." The phone can search for home-type systems—systems that are the same type as your home system. Or, the phone can search for non- home-type systems.

  • Page 87: Roaming Indicators

    • Roaming The term roaming is used to indicate when your phone is not in its home area. Calls made or received while you are roaming are usually more expensive than calls made in your home area. While roaming in some systems outside your home area, your phone may not be recognized by the host system, which is the system in which you’re travelling.

  • Page 88: About Writing Messages

    15. Send and receive text messages With the text message network service, you can send and receive short text messages. You can also send and receive messages that contain a person’s name and/or number (a "business card"). To get your messages, other phones must have text message capability. Or, you can ask the service provider to convert the message to other formats, such as e-mail.

  • Page 89: Write With Predictive Text Input

    Press Press Press Write with predictive text input With predictive text input, you need to press each number key only once for each letter. For example, to write Nokia with the English dictionary selected: Press Press Press Press Press Since the word shown on the screen changes after each key stroke, try to disregard the word until you have keyed in all the characters.

  • Page 90

    T9 dictionary activated appears. ("T9" is the technical name for predictive text input.) This means you can use predictive text input to enter messages. The T9 icon is also visible in the text message window when the feature is activated. Keys and tools for predictive text input Use for word entry.

  • Page 91: Turn Off Predictive Text Input

    Turn off predictive text input 1 Repeat steps 1 through 7 in “Turn on predictive text input” on page 76. 2 Scroll to Dictionary off and press OK. Or, press to toggle between predictive and standard text input. Press until the icon in the upper left corner indicates the desired input type.

  • Page 92: Insert Numbers

    2 Press Spell and enter the word(s) using standard text input. 3 Press OK to save the word(s). Insert numbers 1 To add a number to the message, press and hold appears. You can also press Options and scroll to Insert number. 2 Enter the desired numbers, then press and hold mode.

  • Page 93: Save A Message In The Saved Folder

    4 Enter or recall from your phone book the recipient’s 10-digit phone number, then press Send. Sending message appears. When the message is successfully sent, Message sent appears. If you need to exit while writing the message, press Later, press Menu 1 > 1 > 3 to return and finish writing the message. If you turn off the phone without saving the message, the message will be lost.

  • Page 94: Receive A Text Message

    • Receive a text message When you receive a text message, the phone sounds a message alert tone and the text message icon messages: • Message received: Indicates that you have an unread message or page. If you have more than one message or page, the appropriate number is listed before this message.

  • Page 95

    Choose options for a text message When you press Options while reading a message, the following choices are available: Read next Takes you to the next message. Erase Erases the current message. Save Saves this message to the Saved folder. Call back Calls the person who sent you the text message, if their phone number is included in the message.

  • Page 96: Erase A Message

    • Erase a message 1 While reading a message, press Options. 2 Scroll to Erase, then press OK. Your phone asks you to confirm that you want to erase the message. 3 Press OK. • Reply to a message 1 While reading a message, press Options. 2 Scroll to Reply, then press OK and choose whether your message will be sent as a text message or as e-mail.

  • Page 97: Send And Receive

    16. Send and receive e-mail messages You can use your phone to send and receive e-mail messages. This means you no longer need to be at your computer to send or receive messages. Note: E-mail messages may not be available in all wireless systems. Contact your serivce provider for details and availability.

  • Page 98: Edit An E-mail Address

    3 Enter the phone number and press OK. The message Saved appears briefly, confirming your action. 4 Press Details, then Options, scroll to E-mail address, and press Select. The E-mail address box opens. 5 Enter the address. Press once to insert a dot (.). Press @ sign.

  • Page 99

    3 Enter a subject and press OK. The subject line can hold a maximum of 26 characters. You can leave the line blank if you wish. 4 When the message screen appears, enter your message. Note: The maximum number of characters for message length varies; contact your service provider for details.

  • Page 100: Receive An E-mail Message

    • Receive an e-mail message When you receive an e-mail message, the phone sounds a message alert tone and the text message icon following messages: • Message received: Indicates that you have an unread e-mail message, text message or page. If you have more than one new e-mail message, text message or page, the appropriate number is listed before this message.

  • Page 101

    Call back Calls the person who sent you the e-mail message, if their phone number is included in the message. You can also press to dial the number. If more than one number is on the screen, the numbers appear in a list. Scroll to the phone number you want to call and press Forward Forwards the e-mail message to another person.

  • Page 102

    5 Enter the recipient's e-mail address or press Search to find the name if it has been saved in your phone book. • If you press Search, enter the first few letters of the name you want and press OK when you find the name. The address appears in the Recipient address box.

  • Page 103: Use The Calendar

    17. Use your personal assistant Your phone can be your personal assistant. It can wake you up in the morning and remind you of meetings, birthdays, and tasks. You can check the current time, calculate a tip at dinner, and convert currencies. With a calendar, clock, alarm clock, and phone book, you have everything you need to keep track of your life.

  • Page 104: Move From Day To Day

    Move from day to day After you set the date, whenever you press Menu 8, your phone displays the current date and day. 1 To move forward or backward through the calendar, use 2 When you reach the date you want, press Options and scroll to highlight the option you want.

  • Page 105

    4 Enter the time at which you want the alarm to sound using the hh:mm format and press OK. 5 Select either am or pm and press OK. Note: Step 5 appears only if you have selected the am/pm format. The message Calendar note saved appears.

  • Page 106

    Note: Step 8 appears only if you selected the am/pm format. The message Calendar note saved appears. Meeting The Subject field appears. 1 Enter the information and press OK. The current date appears. • If you do not want to change the date, just press OK. The Time field appears.

  • Page 107: View The Day's Notes

    Birthday The Name field appears. 1 Enter the person’s name whose birthday you want to be reminded of and press OK. The Date field appears. 2 Enter the month and day of this person’s birthday and press OK. The Year of birth field appears. 3 Enter the year using the yyyy format and press OK.

  • Page 108: Erase Notes

    The following options are available: Erase Clears a note from your calendar. An Erase note? message appears to confirm your choice. Press OK. Edit Displays the note in the Subject/Name field, when you’re writing. Make the changes you want and press OK. The date appears.

  • Page 109: Send A Calendar Note

    After 10 minutes, the alarm once again goes off. The alarm can be postponed in increments of 10 minutes for up to 90 minutes. You can either: • Press Postpone again OR • Press OK to stop the alarm. Send or receive calendar notes When someone sends you a calendar note, your phone displays Calendar note received.

  • Page 110: Send And Receive Business Cards

    Discard viewed calendar notes After viewing the calendar note: 1 Press Back. 2 Scroll to Discard and press OK. • Send and receive business cards Your phone can send or receive electronic business cards consisting of a name and phone number. You can save received business cards in your phone book.

  • Page 111: Delete A Viewed Business Card

    2 At the Name: prompt, edit the name if you want to, then press OK. 3 At the Number: prompt, edit the number if you want to, then press OK. Delete a viewed business card After viewing the business card, press Back, then press Exit. Or, press Discard, then press OK.

  • Page 112: Discard Received Ringing Tones

    4 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. • Press Exit. • Scroll to Discard tone, then press OK. •...

  • Page 113: Turn Off The Alarm Clock When It Rings

    Turn off the alarm clock when it rings • When the alarm clock rings: • Press Stop to turn it off. The phone asks if you want to keep the phone on. Press Yes or No. • Press Snooze to set the alarm to go off again in 10 minutes. If you let the alarm ring for 1 minute or more without pressing a key, it stops ringing, waits 10 minutes, and then rings again.

  • Page 114: Convert Currency

    3 Then, based on the type of calculation that you need to perform, use one of the following actions: If you want to... subtract multiply divide Or, you can press Options, then use Subtract, Multiply, Divide, To home, To visited, or Exchange rate. Then press OK.

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    5 Press OK. The Rate saved message appears. Calculate currency using the exchange rate 1 Press Menu 7 (Calculator). 2 Enter number of units comprising the exchange rate. 3 Press Options and scroll to To home or To visited. To home converts visited units of currency to home units using the exchange rate.

  • Page 116

    18. Games You phone provides exciting games that you can play whenever the phone is turned on: Memory Snake Logic Rotation 1 Press Menu 6 (Games) to display the listing of these games. 2 Use to scroll to the game you want to play and press Select. A list of options appears: New game Starts a new game.

  • Page 117

    4 Press the key to jump to the left over pictures that have already been revealed or to move from the top left to the bottom right. 5 Press the key to jump to the right over pictures that have already been revealed or to move from the bottom right to the top left.

  • Page 118

    The result is presented as a set of marks over the row. A correct figure in the right place displays a rectangle. A correct figure in the wrong place displays a line. The game ends when all the figures are correct and in the right place. •...

  • Page 119: Reference Information

    19. Reference information • Batteries, chargers, and accessories This section provides information about the phone’s batteries, accessories, and chargers. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change as the batteries, chargers, and accessories change. This phone is intended for use when supplied with power from an ACP-7U, an ACP-8U, LCH-8, or an LCH-9.

  • Page 120: Important Safety Information

    An example of short-circuiting could occur if you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse, where the battery could come into contact with such objects like a coin. Short-circuiting could damage either the battery or the connecting object. Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in either summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery.

  • Page 121: Operating Environment

    After completing your phone conversation, always secure the phone back into its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or place it where it can break loose in a collision or during a sudden stop. Note: The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle’s lights or horn on public roads is not permitted.

  • Page 122: Hearing Aids

    • should always keep the phone more than six inches (20 cm) from their pacemaker when the phone is switched on • should not carry the phone in a breast pocket • should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference Note: If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, switch off your phone immediately.

  • Page 123: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    Potentially explosive atmospheres Switch off your phone if you are in any area that has a potentially explosive atmosphere, and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire, resulting in bodily injury or even death. You are advised to switch off the phone while at a refueling point (service station).

  • Page 124: Emergency Calls

    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. • Emergency calls IMPORTANT! This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks, and user-programmed functions.

  • Page 125: Radio Frequency (rf) Signals

    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. When making an emergency call, remember to give all of the necessary information as accurately as possible.

  • Page 126

    Nokia approved accessories. When carrying the phone while it is on, attach the phone to the specific belt-clip or place the phone in the specific Nokia carrying cases that have been tested for compliance. Use of non-Nokia-approved accessories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.

  • Page 127: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfill any warranty obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many years. When using your phone, battery, charger, or any accessory: •...

  • Page 128: A Few Practical Rules For Accessory Operation

    • Accessories If you want to enhance your phone’s functionality, a range of accessories is available for you. You can select any of these items to help accommodate your specific communication needs. For availability of these and other accessories, contact your service provider. A few practical rules for accessory operation •...

  • Page 129: Charging Times

    • Battery This section provides information about the phone’s battery. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change. Note: This is a lithium ion (Li-Ion) battery. Dispose of used batteries in accordance with any local regulations. The tables shown in this section provide information about battery options that are available for your phone, charging times with the Rapid Travel Charger (ACP-8U), the Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7U), talk times, and...

  • Page 130: Chargers And Other Accessories

    The chargers and accessories that are described in this section are available for your phone. Contact your dealer for details. Also, refer to the accessories brochure that was included in your sales package for the entire line of Nokia Original Accessories. Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7U) This is a lightweight (187g) and durable AC charger.

  • Page 131

    Rapid Mobile Charger (LCH-8/LCH-9) You can charge your phone’s battery from your vehicle battery by using the Rapid Mobile Charger (LCH-8/LCH-9). You can also use this lightweight charger with the Desktop Charging Stand. Calls are possible during charging. A green light indicates that the charger is ready for charging.

  • Page 132: Troubleshooting

    • Troubleshooting This section provides a table that lists some of the most commonly- encountered problems and provides possible solutions. Problem My phone isn’t charging. My phone isn’t making/ answering calls. I can’t listen to my voice messages. I can’t listen to my voice messages.

  • Page 133: Frequently Asked

    20. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) This section lists and answers the questions phone users most frequently ask. Some of the answers tell you to use menu shortcuts. For a complete listing of these shortcuts, refer to “List of shortcuts” on page 17. Q.

  • Page 134

    Q. How do I unlock the keypad? A. There are two ways you can unlock the keypad: press and hold and then press OK, or press Unlock and also used in connection with this feature. Q. How do I make the ringing louder? A.

  • Page 135

    To listen to your voice messages at a later time, perform one of the following actions: • Press and hold the 1 key. • Press Menu 1 > 2 > 1 (Messages > Voice messages > Listen to voice messages). The message Calling voice mailbox appears on the screen.

  • Page 136

    Q. How do I find my phone’s ESN (electronic serial number)? A. Turn your phone off. Remove the phone’s back cover, grasp the ridge at the end of the battery with a fingernail, and lift the battery out. On the inside of the phone, on the sticker that was beneath the battery, after the letters ESN, your phone’s ESN appears.

  • Page 137

    21. Glossary This section lists various terms and provides definitions. antenna battery call forwarding call waiting caller ID digital/analog selection electronic serial number (ESN) home system icons keypad tones The portion of the phone that sends or receives radio signals. The power source for the phone.

  • Page 138

    message alert See tones. tone microphone The place on your phone into which you speak. mobile- MO-SMS (mobile-originated short message service) originated short allows you to send text messages from your phone, message service as well as receive them. (MO-SMS) network services Special services to which your wireless service provider can give you access.

  • Page 139

    sending own A network services feature that enables you to number determine, on a per-call basis, whether you want your telephone number to display on another phone’s caller ID. Selecting a A network services feature that enables you to switch phone number between phone numbers if you have more than one.

  • Page 140

    voice channel A channel on which a voice conversation occurs and on which brief digital messages may be sent from a base station to a mobile station or from a mobile station to a base station. voice mail A network services feature that enables people who call and miss you to leave a voice message on your phone.

  • Page 141: Technical Information

    22. Technical Information Weight Size Frequency Range Transmitter Output Power Battery Voltage Operating Temperature Number of Channels Phone numbers Memory Locations Memory Capacity 96.9g (3.41 oz) with BLB-3 900 mAh Li-ion Battery 85 cc Lowband 824.04 - 848.97 MHz (TX) 869.04 - 893.97 MHz (RX) Highband 1850.04 - 1909.92 MHz (TX) 1930.08 - 1989.96 MHz (RX)

  • Page 142: 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.

  • Page 143

    6 The Consumer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to Nokia in Melbourne, Florida. Nokia shall bear the cost of shipping the Product back to the Consumer after the completion of service under this limited warranty. 7 The Consumer shall have no coverage or benefits under this limited...

  • Page 144

    The Consumer will be responsible for any expenses related to reinstallation of the Product. e) Nokia will repair or authorize the repair of the Product under the limited warranty within 30 days after receipt of the Product by Nokia or an Nokia authorized service center.

  • Page 145

    Consumer specific legal rights and the Consumer may also have other rights which vary from state to state. 12 Nokia neither assumes nor authorizes any authorized service center or any other person or entity to assume for it any other obligation or...

  • Page 146

    13 This is the entire warranty between Nokia and the Consumer, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings, oral or written, and all communications relating to the Product, and no representation, promise or condition not contained herein shall modify these terms.

  • Page 147

    24. Index Numerics 1-touch dialing 59 ABC text entry mode 21 accessories 115 accessories, operating 115 adding names and numbers 26 alarm snoozing a calendar alarm 95 alarm clock 99 setting 99 turn off altogether 100 turning off or snoozing 100 answering a call 13 answering calls automatically 54 automatic answer 54...

  • Page 148

    restricting incoming and outgoing 69 chargers 117 clock changing time format (am/pm, 24-hour) 57 display on screen 57 set 56 set automatic update of time 58 conference calls 39 currency conversion 101 digital/analog selection 20, 46 earpiece volume 14 e-mail messages forwarding 88 reading 87 receiving 87...

  • Page 149

    16 message alert tone 54 missed calls, checking 33 names editing 22 network services need to subscribe 3 setting 71 Nokia contacting 4 World Wide Web 3 numbers enter 23 one-touch dialing 59 personal assistant 90 phone accessories 115...

  • Page 150

    ringing options 50 ringing tone 52 ringing tones, downloading 98 ringing volume 51 roaming 74 HOME 74 indicators 74 safety 1 scroll bar 10 scroll keys 8, 10 Scrolling method 16 security 65 security code 65 changing 65 preset (default) 65 service provider contacting 4 settings...

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    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. [ 140 ]...

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