Nokia 1261 User Manual

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Nokia 1261 User Guide Phone notes Notes My number Voice mail number Wireless service provider’s customer care Model number 1261 Phone type NKW-1C, NKW-1CX ESN (Electronic serial number) Where to get information Wireless service provider Type label. Located under the battery.
  • Page 2 Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security. The information contained in this user guide was written for the Nokia 1261 phone. Nokia operates a policy of ongoing development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety first ........1 Welcome and quick guide .
  • Page 4 Recall names and numbers ......39 Edit a name or number....... . . 39 Erase names and numbers .
  • Page 5 Set touch tone strings ....... . 75 Link phone book entries ....... 77 Select a system .
  • Page 6 Troubleshooting ........117 Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty ..... 118 Appendix A Message from the CTIA to all users of mobile phones .
  • Page 7: Safety First

    1 Safety first Read these simple guidelines before you use your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. See “Important safety information” on page 96 for detailed information. Switch off where prohibited Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
  • Page 8: Use Sensibly

    Use sensibly Use only in the normal position. Don't touch the antenna unnecessarily. Qualified service Only qualified personnel may install or repair phone equipment. Accessories and batteries Use only approved accessories and batteries. Do not connect incompatible products. Water-resistance Your wireless phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry. Calling Ensure the phone is switched on and in service.
  • Page 9: Get The Most Out Of This Guide

    2 Welcome and quick guide Congratulations on your purchase of a Nokia mobile phone, a new tool for the mobile information society. Before you begin, you need to prepare your phone by charging the battery and learning how to maintain it. This chapter tells you how to set up your phone.
  • Page 10: Welcome And Quick Guide

    Follow graphic clues This guide uses the following icons to alert you to important information. Tip: Provides information about a quick way or an alternate method for performing an action. Note: Explains a feature or points out an important concept. Important: Alerts you to information critical to using a feature correctly.
  • Page 11: Understand Wireless Network Services

    Look for updates From time to time, Nokia may update this user guide to reflect changes or corrections. The latest version may be available at the Nokia site on the internet at An interactive user guide that provides step-by-step instructions for any of your phone features is available at
  • Page 12: E-Newsletters

    • E-NEWSLETTERS When you register your phone, you can sign up for Nokia's e-newsletter Nokia Connections if you would like. You will receive tips and tricks on using your phone, accessory information, and special offers. [ 6 ]...
  • Page 13: Register Your Phone

    • UNDERSTAND YOUR PHONE This section offers an illustrated view of your phone to help familiarize you with its keypad, connection port and power key. Power key Screen Up scroll key Left selection key Talk key Down scroll key Nibs key Connection port [ 7 ] Welcome and quick guide...
  • Page 14: Understand Your Phone

    Use the antenna Tip: Your phone has a built-in antenna. As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
  • Page 15 Align the cover over the back of the phone, placing the end of the cover approximately 1/4 inch past the end of the phone. Lower the back cover onto the phone. Press down slightly and slide the cover until it locks into place.
  • Page 16: Charge The Battery

    Look for the battery latch that runs along the end of the battery nearest the top of the phone. Place your thumbs on the corners of the latch and press away from the battery. Once the battery is released from the latch, it will lift slightly so that it can be removed from the phone.
  • Page 17 IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION Use the following guidelines to obtain the best performance from your battery: • With your phone turned off, charge your new battery for three hours before its first use. Use the battery until it is fully discharged. Repeat this procedure twice for a total of three charging cycles.
  • Page 18: Set Up Your Headset

    • SET UP YOUR HEADSET Your phone is compatible with the HDC-5, HDE-2 and HDB- 5 headsets. The headset provides convenient handsfree use of the phone. Connect the headset Plug the headset jack into the bottom of your phone. Put the round ear plug into one ear. Use the headset With the headset connected, you can make and answer calls as usual.
  • Page 19: Get Started With The Quick Guide

    • GET STARTED WITH THE QUICK GUIDE Make a call Enter phone number, press Answer a call Press Answer. Answer with call waiting Press End a call Press Silence a call Press Redial Press twice. Adjust call volume During a call, press Use the in-call menu In a call, press Options.
  • Page 20 Send a business card Retrieve a name from the phone book, press Options, select Send bus. card, enter the recipient’s number, press Send. [ 14 ]...
  • Page 21: Get Help

    • GET HELP Find your phone’s label When you call Nokia Customer Care Center or your service provider, you will need to provide specific information about your phone. This information is recorded on the phone’s type label. The type label is located under the battery inside the phone’s back cover.
  • Page 22: Contact Your Service Provider

    Receive accessibility information Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. Nokia maintains an internet site that is dedicated to accessibility solutions. For more information about phone...
  • Page 23 Set up the TTY/TDD profile You can connect your phone to a TTY/TDD using the Nokia TTY/TDD Adapter (HDA-9). In order for your phone to recognize the TTY/TDD, you’ll need to connect the adapter to your phone. Important: Some manufacturers of TTY/TDD devices suggest that the phone be least 18 inches from the TTY/TDD device.
  • Page 24 MAKE A TTY/TDD CALL Tip: Before making a TTY/TDD call with your Nokia phone, check the signal strength. See “Understand indicators and icons” on page 22 for details. From the Start screen, enter the number and press When the receiving party answers, begin typing your conversation on the TTY/TDD.
  • Page 25: Basic Operations

    3 Basic operations This section gives a brief introduction to the phone and shows quick steps for: • Making and answering calls • Adjusting the earpiece volume • Navigating through menus • Using menu shortcuts You will also find information about the phone’s icons and how to use in-phone help.
  • Page 26: Use The Keypad

    Use the keypad Enter the phone number, including area code if needed. Press Important: Do not touch the antenna when the phone is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
  • Page 27: Check The Start Screen

    Answer a call When your phone rings, press . You can press any key to answer a call except the power key, end key, or the scroll keys. Note: If Keyguard is active, the keypad will unlock when you have an incoming call.
  • Page 28 Understand the Scroll Bar When you press Menu, a vertical scroll bar appears on the right side of the screen. This scroll bar has a tab which moves up or down to indicate your location in the menu. Understand indicators and icons You have two types of identifiers on your phone: icons and indicators.
  • Page 29 Basic operations Icons Screen What it means Icon Active call in progress. Silent has been selected as the current profile. The phone’s keypad is locked to prevent any accidental key presses. One (or more) new voice messages waiting. One or more new text messages waiting. (If blinking, the text message memory is full.) Digital service is available.
  • Page 30: Use The Selection Keys

    • USE THE SELECTION KEYS The selection key allows you to select various phone options. At the bottom of the Start screen, two options appear: Menu and Names. The selection keys are located just below these options. The left selection key is located under Menu. The right selection key is located under Names.
  • Page 31: Browse Phone Menus

    • BROWSE PHONE MENUS menu is a list of choices you can make to change settings on your phone or use various phone features. Each menu can contain several levels of submenus. You can use menus and submenus two ways: by scrolling or by using a shortcut.
  • Page 32: Menu Shortcuts

    MENU TIPS • You can scroll upward to quickly access the last option in a menu list. You can return to the previous menu level by pressing Back. • • To exit a menu and return to the Start screen, press leave a menu by pressing , you cancel any changes you made.
  • Page 33 Call timers ......2-5 Duration of last call ... . . 2-5-1 Duration of all calls .
  • Page 34 4 SETTINGS Time settings ......4-1 Alarm clock ....4-1-1 On .
  • Page 35 5 SYSTEM Automatic ......5-1 Manual......5-2 New search .
  • Page 36: Phone Book Menu

    • PHONE BOOK MENU For access to the phone book and its menus: • Switch back to the Start screen. Press Names. • These options are available: Find Add new Erase all Options Phone book view Name list Name+number Name only Memory status 1-touch dialing [ 30 ]...
  • Page 37: Text Entry

    4 Text entry There are two ways to enter letters and numbers into your phone: • Standard text input - for making entries in the phone book. • Predictive text input - for writing text messages, picture messages, and e-mails. For more detail, see “Write with predictive text” on page 35. •...
  • Page 38 Enter numbers (123 mode) To enter numbers: Press and hold to switch to 123 mode. Press the appropriate number key to enter a number. While in ABC mode, press and hold the corresponding number key until the number appears. If you make a mistake, press To return to the mode, press and hold seconds.
  • Page 39: Enter Spaces, Punctuation And Special Characters

    • ENTER SPACES, PUNCTUATION AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS Depending on the selected display language, the following characters may be available when entering characters from the keypad: Characters ’ ? ! @ ~ / “ - A B C 2 D E F 3 G H I 4 J K L 5 M N O 6...
  • Page 40 Use special characters While entering text, press (or press and hold, if predictive text is on) to display special characters. Press again to cycle through all characters: ‘ & < £ ¥ ¤ § ¡ Use scroll keys to select the character you want, then press Insert. Note: The order and availability of special characters may vary depending on your service provider.
  • Page 41: Write With Predictive Text

    • WRITE WITH PREDICTIVE TEXT Predictive text input allows you to write messages much faster than the standard text method. With predictive text input, you only need to press each number key once for each letter. Your phone uses a built-in dictionary to predict or guess what you are writing.
  • Page 42: Turn Off Predictive Text Input

    Turn off predictive text input While writing a text message, press Options. Scroll to Predictive text, then press Select. Scroll to Prediction off, then press Select. T9 prediction off appears. Tip: Press to turn predictive text on and off. Save a word in the dictionary If the word Options changes to Spell, the word you intended to write is not in the dictionary.
  • Page 43: Write Compound Words

    Change the case Predictive text uses sentence case, but you can manually change between upper and lower case by pressing Tip: You can switch between uppercase and lowercase standard text input and uppercase and lowercase predictive text input by repeatedly pressing Write compound words Write the first part of the word and press to accept it.
  • Page 44: Phone Book

    5 Phone book Your phone includes a phone book that can store up to 200 entries (names and associated phone numbers). In addition, the phone book can store an e-mail address for a name. • An entry in the phone book can consist of a number only or a name and a number.
  • Page 45: Save Names, Numbers And E-Mail Addresses

    • SAVE NAMES, NUMBERS AND E-MAIL ADDRESSES For information on entering text, see “Standard text input” on page 31. Quickly save a name and number quick save. This method is called Enter the phone number using the keypad. Press Save. Enter a name and press OK.
  • Page 46: Recall Names And Numbers

    • RECALL NAMES AND NUMBERS At the Start screen, press Names. Select Find and enter one or two letters of name you want to recall. Press Find, then press to dial the number. You may have to scroll to the appropriate entry in a list if you have stored names that are similar to each other.
  • Page 47: Erase Names And Numbers

    • ERASE NAMES AND NUMBERS Erasing stored names and numbers removes them from your phone. Once you erase an item, you can restore it only by re-entering it. Individual entries Recall the phone book entry you want to erase. Press Details, then press Options. Scroll to Erase, and press Select.
  • Page 48: Check Memory Status

    Choice Name list Displays three names on the screen at a time. Name+number Only one name and its corresponding number appears on the screen at a time. Name only Displays individual names only. You can view the corresponding phone number by pressing Details and then scrolling up or down.
  • Page 49: Call Log

    6 Call log Your phone provides a call log that registers information about calls you make and receive. The call log keeps track of the following: • Missed calls • Received calls • Dialed calls Note: This function only works in digital networks and only when caller ID is enabled.
  • Page 50: Check Missed Calls

    • CHECK MISSED CALLS If you do not answer a call, the message Missed calls appears on your phone’s screen, along with the number of calls missed. Your phone stores the last ten numbers associated with calls you have missed. To check missed calls: Press Menu 2-1 (Menu >...
  • Page 51: Use Call Timers

    Press Menu 2-4 (Menu > Call log > Clear call lists). to scroll through the options list. The list includes: All, Missed, Received, and Dialed. Stop at the appropriate option and press Select. The All option clears every number in every list, whereas the other options clear only the numbers associated with that option.
  • Page 52: Clear Call Timers

    Caution: If you select the Clear timers option, the action cannot be undone. If you use the call timers to log the amount of time spent on calls, you may want to record the information in the call timers before you clear them. Clear call timers Press Menu 2-5-3 (Menu >...
  • Page 53: Messages

    7 Messages You can use mobile messages to keep in touch with friends, family and business associates. Your phone allows you to do the following: • Voice mail • Send and receive text messages • Send and receive picture messages •...
  • Page 54: Save The Voice Mailbox Number

    Save the voice mailbox number As part of your network’s voice mail feature, your service provider gives you a voice mailbox phone number. Save this number in your phone to make getting your voice messages quick and convenient. Press Menu 1-8-2 (Menu > Messages > Voice messages > Voice mailbox number).
  • Page 55: Text, E-Mail And Picture Messages

    • TEXT, E-MAIL AND PICTURE MESSAGES Your phone is capable of a variety of messaging services including text messages (SMS or Short Message Service), picture messages, and e-mail messages. Messaging services are Network Services. Consult your service provider for information on availability, subscribing and using messaging services.
  • Page 56 Insert number Allows you to insert numbers into the message. Insert symbol Allows you to access the list of special characters. Matches Lists alternative word choices while using predictive text. Details Available when viewing a picture message. This option allows you to view the name and number of the sender.
  • Page 57: Text Messages

    THE OUTBOX FOLDER The outbox stores messages you have written, sent, edited and forwarded. Messages in the outbox are not saved messages. As you send new messages, old messages will automatically be removed from the outbox. If you want to save a message you have sent, read the message while it is in the outbox and use the options menu to save it to the archive folder.
  • Page 58: Write And Send A Text Message

    Write and send a text message When writing text messages, use the predictive text method for faster text entry. For details, see “Write with predictive text” on page 35. Press Menu, select Messages, then select Write message. The message screen appears. Enter a message of up to 160 characters.
  • Page 59: Respond To A Text Message

    Respond to a text message There are many options available for working with text messages. For a list of options and their descriptions, see “Options when working with messages” on page 49. REPLY TO THE MESSAGE When reading the message, press Options. Scroll to Reply, then press Select.
  • Page 60: Picture Messages

    WHEN YOUR MEMORY IS FULL When your phone’s message memory is full, one or more messages of the lowest priority are automatically deleted. When you receive an emergency message, messages may be deleted from any of your message folders. If you have more messages waiting at the network, Start screen.
  • Page 61: E-Mail Messages

    Scroll to Send, then press Select. Enter or recall the recipient’s phone number, then press Send. Sending message appears. PREVIEW A PICTURE MESSAGE BEFORE SENDING After writing text for your picture message, you can preview the message before sending it. Press Options.
  • Page 62 • Contact your service provider to get the e-mail address and gateway number for your phone, and for more information on using e-mail. Send an e-mail message Press Menu 1-2 (Menu > Messages > Write e-mail). Note: If you get a prompt asking you to enter your e-mail gateway number, you must obtain this number from your service provider.
  • Page 63 Edit an existing e-mail message You can edit an e-mail message by replying to the message or forwarding it. You can edit messages from any folder. Reply to an e-mail message When reading the message, press Options. Scroll to Reply, then press Select. Choose to reply As message or As e-mail, then press Select.
  • Page 64: Personalization

    8 Personalization The Nokia 1200 series can be easily customized to fit your lifestyle. The display language, ringing tones, audio, and accessory settings (among others) can all be modified to suit your needs. Your phone has various profiles which allow you to customize ringing and alert tones for different environments.
  • Page 65: Silent

    Select a profile Quickly press and release the Power key. to move to the profile you want to use. Profile names are highlighted as you scroll through them. Press Select to activate a profile. Customize a profile Press Menu 3 (Profiles). Scroll to the profile you want to customize, then press Options.
  • Page 66 SET THE RINGING TONE ringing tone is the sound your phone makes when you receive a call. You can set the ringing tone to a specific sound or tune to personalize how the phone rings. Press Menu 3 (Menu > Profiles). Your phone lists each profile.
  • Page 67: Select

    SET THE MESSAGE ALERT TONE You can set your phone to use a certain tone to indicate an incoming text message. Press Menu 3 (Menu > Profiles). to scroll to the profile for which you want to set the message alert tone, and press Options. Select Customize and press Select.
  • Page 68: Rename A Profile

    Scroll to Profile name, then press Select. Enter the new name and press OK. Note: You cannot rename the Normal profile. Accessory settings You can use your phone with these Nokia accessories: • Headset (HDC-5, HDE-2, HDB-5) • Handsfree Car kit (CARK125 and PPH-1) •...
  • Page 69 AUTOMATIC ANSWER This feature lets your phone answer incoming calls after just one ring when an accessory is connected to the phone. Press Menu 4-4 (Settings > Accessory settings). Scroll to Headset, Handsfree, or Loopset, then press Select. Scroll to Automatic answer, then press Select. Scroll to On and press Select.
  • Page 70: Set The Display Language

    Set the display language You can choose your phone’s display language. Press Menu 4-3-1 (Settings > Phone settings > Language). Scroll to the language you want, then press Select. Set the clock Your phone contains a real-time clock that can be set two different ways: the clock can use the time information provided by the wireless system, or it can be set manually.
  • Page 71: Display The Clock

    Automatic update of time You can set your phone to update the time from the network when you turn the phone on. If the clock in your phone is 30 seconds or more off the network time, the phone will automatically update to reflect the network time.
  • Page 72: 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. The memory, timers, language selection, and security code are not reset. However, profile and accessory settings are reset. Press Menu 4-3-4 (Menu >...
  • Page 73: Advanced Calling Features

    9 Advanced calling features This chapter covers advanced calling features, including: • Options available while in a call. • Managing two calls at the same time. • Network services such as call forwarding Not all features that are described are available in all wireless networks. Contact your service provider for availability of network services.
  • Page 74: Access Menus

    Menu What it does Options New call Allows you to make a call while you have a call in progress. Menu Allows you to access the menus. Names Allows you to access the phone book. Access menus You can access your phone’s menus while in a call. Press Options.
  • Page 75 Mute the phone’s microphone While in a call, you can mute the phone’s microphone. Press Options, scroll to Mute, press Select. • • Press (Mute). Use conference call While in a call, you can call another number to add a third party to the call. Note: Conference calling is a provider dependent feature.
  • Page 76: Use Voice Privacy

    Locate the number in your phone book, then press Select. The number will appear in the numbe prompt. Press OK to call the number. END A CONFERENCE CALL To end all calls, press • USE VOICE PRIVACY The voice privacy feature encrypts the voice channel so that people cannot eavesdrop on your phone conversations.
  • Page 77: Store The Call Forwarding Feature Code

    Learn about call forwarding feature codes Your network requires separate codes for activating and cancelling the various types of call forwarding. Your carrier can provide you with the necessary feature codes for these network services. Once you store these feature codes in your phone, they are sent automatically to the network when you select one of the call forwarding options from your phone’s menu.
  • Page 78: Use Call Waiting

    Activate/cancel call forwarding After you store the correct feature codes, you can activate (or cancel) call forwarding as follows: Press Menu 4-6-2 (Settings > Network services > Call forwarding). Scroll to the desired call forwarding option, then press Select. Highlight Activate and press Select. Enter the number to which you want your calls forwarded (or press Find to recall a number from the phone book).
  • Page 79: Use Send Own Caller Id

    Manage calls Call waiting works with both local and long distance calls. • To answer an incoming call, press • To switch from one call to another, press • To end both calls, press • USE SEND OWN CALLER ID This feature allows you to block caller ID when you call someone (your number will not be displayed on their caller ID).
  • Page 80: Select A Phone Number

    Enter the desired phone number, then press OK (or press Find to recall a phone number from the phone book). The phone automatically inserts the feature code into the dialing string and dials the phone number. The phone you are calling will not display your phone number through caller ID.
  • Page 81: Use Automatic Redial

    • USE AUTOMATIC REDIAL There are times when you may not be able to place a call (example: due to the high volume of traffic on the wireless network). When the wireless network is busy or unavailable, Automatic redial instructs your phone to retry the call.
  • Page 82: Set Touch Tone Strings

    Scroll to the key you want to change and press Options. Scroll to Change and press Select. Scroll through the phone book until you reach the new number you want to select and press Select. Erase 1-touch dialing numbers You can erase 1-touch dialing key assignments at any time. Press Names, scroll to 1-touch dialing and press Select.
  • Page 83: Set Manual Touch Tones

    Set manual touch tones Press Menu 4-3-2-1 (Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Touch tones > Manual touch tones). Select one of the following options, then press Select: Continuous Sounds tone for as long as you press and hold a key. Fixed Sets the tone length to 0.1 second, regardless of how long you press a key.
  • Page 84: Link Phone Book Entries

    SEND A TOUCH TONE STRING Press Menu 4-3-2-1 (Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Touch tones > Manual touch tones). Make sure that the setting is not set to Off. If it is, scroll to one of the other options and press Select. Then, during your call, press Options, scroll to Touch tones and press Select.
  • Page 85: Select A System

    Dial the automated service’s number from your phone book. Your phone automatically sends the touch tones when the call connects. Note: You may need to enter a pause (p) or a wait (w) before the + in order to account for delays in the automated system answering your call (example: 214-555-1234p+3).
  • Page 86: Security

    10 Security Your phone is equipped with different security features that allow you to do the following: • avoid making accidental calls • prevent unauthorized users from changing certain feature settings on your phone • restrict outgoing or incoming calls •...
  • Page 87: Understand The Security Code

    When the phone requires this code, it displays a prompt asking you to enter a Security code. The five-digit default Security code that comes with your phone is 12345. Nokia recommends that you change the default code immediately.
  • Page 88: Restrict Calls

    • RESTRICT CALLS You can create your own list of restrictions to restrict incoming and outgoing calls. To restrict the calls, you apply the appropriate restriction as desired. The maximum number of call restrictions you can define is ten. Before you define restrictions for outgoing calls, Add restriction is the only available option.
  • Page 89: Restrict Outgoing Calls

    Restrict outgoing calls Press Menu 4-5-1-1 (Menu > Settings > Security settings > Call restrictions > Restrict outgoing calls). Enter your security code, then press OK. Scroll to Restrict outgoing calls, then press Select. Scroll to Select to choose from your list of call restrictions. To deactivate a call restriction, highlight the restriction and press Unmark.
  • Page 90: Special Features

    11 Special features This section describes several special features, including transmission of business cards, downloading ringing tones, and setting the alarm clock. • USE THE ALARM CLOCK The alarm clock feature is based on your phone’s internal clock and sounds an alert at a time you specify.
  • Page 91: Send And Receive Business Cards

    Alarm when phone power is off If the alarm time is reached while the phone is off, the phone switches itself on and starts sounding the alarm tone. If you press Stop, the phone asks whether you want to activate the phone for calls. Press No to switch off the phone or Yes to make and receive calls.
  • Page 92: Download A Ringing Tone

    Save a viewed business card After viewing the business card, press Back, scroll to Save and press Select. At the Name: prompt, edit the name if desired, then press OK. At the Number: prompt, edit the number if desired, then press OK. At the E-mail address prompt, edit the e-mail address if desired, then press OK.
  • Page 93: Save A Received Ringing Tone

    Save a received ringing tone After listening to the ringing tone, press Quit. Scroll to Save tone. Press OK. Choose which ringing tone you want to replace – either an empty Personal location, if any are remaining, or a previously downloaded tone. Discard a received ringing tone After listening to the ringing tone, press Quit.
  • Page 94: Minute Manager

    12 Minute Manager With Minute Manager service, you cap monthly spending of cellular service. This section describes how you can use your Minute Manager menu to manage your cellular account. Contact your service provider for more information on Minute Manager service. Note: The actual invoice for calls and services from your service provider may vary, depending upon network features, rounding-off for billing, taxes, and so forth.
  • Page 95: Check Your Account Information

    My minutes You can check the minutes you’ve used in the current billing cycle, as well as the number of anytime minutes remaining in your plan’s package. This information is for regular plan minutes. It does not include information on long distance calls or SMS messages. To view your minutes: Press Menu 7-1-1 (Menu >...
  • Page 96: Customer Care

    My limit You can view the spending limit of your account. This amount is set by your service provider during account activation and is independent of any balance information. Contact your service provider for more information. To view your limit, press Menu 7-2-3 (Menu > Minute Mgr. > My account >...
  • Page 97: Games

    13 Games You can use your phone for communication and some serious fun. Your phone offers three games: Snake II, Space impact, and Pairs II. Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
  • Page 98: Snake Ii

    Puzzle (Pairs II only) Reveal pictures to find pairs with as few tries as possible. Please visit Nokia games services on the Internet for more hints and tips at GAME SETTINGS Game sounds and lights can be turned on or off. To access the settings menu press Menu 6-4 (Menu >...
  • Page 99: Pairs Ii

    Games • PAIRS II The object of the game is to uncover the pictures to find pairs in as few tries as possible. Press Menu 6-3 and choose between Time Trial and Puzzle. Move the cursor with keys To reveal the pictures, press When playing in Time trial mode, you must match all the pairs before the dynamite fuse runs out in order to advance to the next level.
  • Page 100: Reference Information

    14 Reference information This section provides information about your phone’s batteries, accessories, chargers, safety guidelines and technical information. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change as batteries, chargers, and accessories change. • BATTERY STATEMENTS Charging and Discharging Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
  • Page 101: Proper Care And Maintenance

    Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic object (coin, clip, or pen) causes direct connection of the + and - terminals of the battery (metal strips on the battery), for example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the connecting object.
  • Page 102: Important Safety Information

    • Do not store the phone in cold areas. When it warms up (to its normal temperature), moisture can form inside and may damage electronic circuit boards. • Do not attempt to open the phone. Nonexpert handling may damage it. •...
  • Page 103: Operating Environment

    Operating environment Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and always switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may cause interference or danger. Use the phone only in its normal operating positions. Parts of the phone are magnetic.
  • Page 104: Other Medical Devices

    HEARING AIDS Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider. Other medical devices Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including cellular phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices.
  • Page 105 Reference information Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly marked. They include below deck on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders;...
  • Page 106: Make Emergency Calls

    • MAKE EMERGENCY CALLS Important: This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless, and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Therefore you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (for example, medical emergencies).
  • Page 107: Certification Information (Sar)

    Reference information • CERTIFICATION INFORMATION (SAR) THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT'S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
  • Page 108 LJPNKW-1X. For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with the Nokia accessories supplied or designated for this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
  • Page 109: Accessory Safety

    ACP-8U, ACP-12U, LCH-9 charger. Warning: Use only Nokia original accessories, or batteries, chargers, and accessories approved by Nokia, for use with this Nokia phone model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be dangerous.
  • Page 110: Charging Times

    Batteries This section provides information about the phone’s battery. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change. Note: Dispose of used batteries in accordance with any local regulations. The tables shown in this section provide information about the batteries that are available for your phone, charging times with the Rapid Travel Charger (ACP-8U and ACP-12U), the Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7U), talk times, and standby times.
  • Page 111: Accessories

    Warning: Use only Nokia original accessories, or batteries, chargers and accessories approved by Nokia, for use with this Nokia phone model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be dangerous.
  • Page 112 Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7U) The Standard Travel Charger is a lightweight (187 g) and durable AC charger. To use the Standard Travel Charger, plug it into a standard 120 V AC wall outlet and connect the lead from the charger to the base of your phone. Note: If the battery is completely empty, you cannot use the phone until it has enough charge to operate.
  • Page 113 Reference information Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9) You can charge your phone’s battery from your vehicle battery by using the Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9). Calls are possible during charging. A green light indicates that the charger is ready for charging.
  • Page 114 Headset (HDC-5) Small and lightweight, the headset allows easy and convenient handsfree operation. The headset has a foam earpiece cover for a comfortable fit and has a clip to hold it firmly in place. This headset’s 4-wire 2.5 mm jack fits directly into the bottom of the phone.
  • Page 115 Loopset (LPS-3) With the Nokia Loopset, people who use a T-coil equipped hearing aid have the freedom to talk on a digital mobile phone. The loopset goes around your neck - so it can be worn comfortably and discreetly. TTY/TDD Adapter (HDA-9)
  • Page 116 Mobile Holder (MBC-6) Small and easy to use, the Mobile Holder provides an ideal place to hold the phone in a vehicle. The Mobile Holder is easy to attach to the dashboard via a mounting plate or swivel. The Mobile Holder is compatible with the Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9) and the Express Car Kit (PPH-1).
  • Page 117 Reference information Express Car Kit (PPH-1) The Express Car Kit provides charging and handsfree functionality. Compatible with 12 V systems, the Express Car Kit plugs into the cigarette lighter socket for charging. A green light indicates readiness for charging. The Express Car Kit has a built in speaker and uses the phone’s microphone.
  • Page 118: Frequently Asked Questions

    “Menu shortcuts” on page 26. Q. What is my security code? A. The default security code is 12345. However, Nokia recommends that you change this code immediately. Certain features can be used only after the correct security code has been successfully entered.
  • Page 119 Q. How do I store my voice mailbox number? A. Press Menu 1-8-2 (Messages > Voice messages > Voice mailbox number). Enter your voice mailbox phone number, and press OK. The screen tells you that the number is saved. This voice mailbox number is valid unless your phone number changes. If your phone number changes, you will have to save a new voice mailbox number.
  • Page 120 Q. How do I find my phone’s Model number and ESN number? A. The model number and ESN numbers are located on a label under the phone’s battery. Turn your phone off, remove the back cover and then remove the battery from the phone. Q.
  • Page 121: Glossary

    • GLOSSARY Business card A business card is the same as an entry in the phone book. It may contain a name, phone number, and text entry. It can also be sent to other devices. Call forwarding A network services feature you use to forward incoming calls to another number.
  • Page 122 Profile A group of settings you can use to customize the way your phone works. Quick save A fast method for saving a number to the phone book. Ringing tone The sound your phone makes when you receive a call. Ringing tones can be ringing sounds or short tunes.
  • Page 123: Technical Information

    • TECHNICAL INFORMATION Feature Weight 5.3 oz with BMC-3 900 mAh NiMH battery Volume 105 cc Frequency Range 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) Transmitter Output Up to 600mW Power...
  • Page 124: Troubleshooting

    • TROUBLESHOOTING This section lists some of the most commonly encountered problems and provides possible solutions. Problem Possible cause My phone isn’t The charger and the phone are charging. not properly connected. The charger is not properly plugged in. My phone isn’t The battery is not charged.
  • Page 125: Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty

    No charge will be made to the Consumer for any such parts. Nokia will also pay for the labor charges incurred by Nokia in repairing or replacing the defective parts.
  • Page 126 Product by a dated bill of sale or dated itemized receipt. 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.
  • Page 127 Product. e) Nokia will repair the Product under the limited warranty within 30 days after receipt of the Product. If Nokia cannot perform repairs covered under this limited warranty within 30 days, or...
  • Page 129 This is the entire warranty between the Nokia and the Consumer, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings, oral or written, relating to the Product, and no representation, promise or condition not contained herein shall modify these terms.
  • Page 130 Manufactured or sold under one or more of the following US patents: 5001372 5371481 5553125 5805084 5893060 6006114 6119002 6229996 5045973 5390223 5594797 5819165 5903839 6026161 6119003 6269331 5101175 5400949 5604921 5822366 5907823 6035194 6128509 6282373 5124672 5416435 5606548 5835858 5914796 6043760 6144243 6285888 5212834 5430740 5613235 5839101 5920826 6049796 6151485 6286122 5230091 5442521 5625274 5842141 5924026 6055439 6151507 6292668 5233634 5446364 5677620 5844884 5924038 6060193 6154457 6308084...
  • Page 131 Reference information NOTES [ 125 ]...
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  • Page 133: Message From The Ctia To All Users Of Mobile Phones

    Appendix A Message from the CTIA Appendix A Message from the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association) to all users of mobile phones. © 2001 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. All Rights Reserved.1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036. Phone: (202) 785-0081 [ 125 ]...
  • Page 134 Safety is the most important call you will ever make. A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use Tens of millions of people in the U.S. today take advantage of the unique combination of convenience, safety and value delivered by the wireless telephone. Quite simply, the wireless phone gives people the powerful ability to communicate by voice--almost anywhere, anytime--with the boss, with a client, with the kids, with emergency personnel or even with the police.
  • Page 135 5 Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. If you are reading an address book or business card, or writing a "to do" list while driving a car, you are not watching where you are going. It’s common sense. Don’t get caught in a dangerous situation because you are reading or writing and not paying attention to the road or nearby vehicles.
  • Page 136 NOTES [ 128 ]...
  • Page 137: Message From The Fda To All Users Of Mobile Phones

    Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) to all users of mobile phones. July 18, 2001... For updates: [ 129 ]...
  • Page 138 Consumer Update on Wireless Phones 1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard? The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of radiofrequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used.
  • Page 139 Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. 3. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update? The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called cell mobile or PCS phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF) because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head.
  • Page 140 FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs around the world.
  • Page 141 Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day, more distance between your body and the source of the RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically with distance. For example, you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna.
  • Page 142: Index

    Index accessibility loopset 15 web site 15 accessories boom headset (HDB-5) 107 car kit (PPH-1) 110 carry case (CSM-6) 110 charger (ACP-12U) 105 charger (ACP-7U) 105 charger (ACP-8U) 105 charger (LCH-9) 106 headset (HDC-5) 107 headset (HDE-2) 107 mobile holder (MBC-6) 109 reference information 104 safety information 102 settings 61...
  • Page 143 43 clock 63 alarm 83 automatic update 64 set the time 63 show/hide 64 time format 63 conference calls 68 contact Nokia 14 cover attaching 9 removing 9 customer care 14 definition of terms 114 dialed calls erasing 43...
  • Page 144 entering e-mail addresses 38 names and numbers 38 text 30 erase call lists 43 messages from folders 50 phone book entries 40 text messages 52 folders about 49 archive 50 erase messages from 50 inbox 49 outbox 50 four-way scrolling 33 frequently asked questions 111 games 90 Pairs II 92...
  • Page 145 30 write and send 51 missed calls erasing 43 viewing 43 mobile holder 109 network search 78 network services 5 Nokia accessories 104 customer care center 14 warranty 118 one-touch dialing 74 personalization 57 phone illustrated 7 menus 24...
  • Page 146 ringing tones 86 text messages 50 voice mailbox number 47 scroll keys 23 search for network 78 security code 80 service provider signing up 5 special characters available 33 four-way scrolling 33 standby time 103 start screen 20 strings, touch tone 76 symbols 33 talk time 103 text messages 50...

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