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  • Page 2: User Guide

    Nokia 3360 User Guide My number Voice mail number Wireless service provider’s customer care Model number 3360 Phone type NPW-1 ESN (Electronic serial number) Phone notes Notes Where to get information Wireless service provider Type label. Located under the battery.

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    Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security. The information contained in this user guide was written for the Nokia 3360 phone. Nokia operates a policy of continuous development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Review the basics .......16 Your Nokia 3360 phone ....... . 16 About the antenna .

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    Check the Start screen ....... . . 20 Review phone symbols ....... . . 21 Use the selection keys .

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    Use call waiting ........50 Use call forwarding.

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    13 Manage reminders and notes ..... . 77 Add a reminder ........77 Add a note.

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    17 Use special features ......98 Send and receive business cards ......98 Download (transfer) ringing tones .

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    Use accessories safely ....... . 130 Batteries ......... . . 131 Accessories .

  • Page 10: Safety First

    1 Safety first Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this manual. Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Don't use a hand-held phone while driving.

  • Page 11: Qualified Service

    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. CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for detailed safety instructions.

  • Page 12: Welcome

    2 Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of a Nokia 3360 mobile phone, a new tool for the mobile information society. Nokia recommends that you read this chapter before you use your new phone. You will find useful information about: •...

  • Page 13: Notice Text Conventions

    Notice text conventions This user guide provides text clues to help make instructions clear and easy to follow. These clues are called conventions. Convention What it means bold The word or phrase appears on the phone’s screen. bold and blue The word is an address on the World Wide Web.

  • Page 14: 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 www.nokia.com/us An interactive user guide that provides step-by-step instructions for any of your phone features is available at www.nokiahowto.com...

  • Page 15: Register Your Phone

    • 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. Note differences among service providers Wireless network providers differ from each other in certain ways.

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    LPS-3 Mobile Inductive Loopset The LPS-3 loopset is a Nokia accessory designed to make the 3300 series phone more accessible to hearing-aid users. The LPS-3 loopset is also compatible with the Nokia 8200- and 8800-series digital phones. The Nokia loopset gives hearing-impaired wireless customers clear access to digital telephony for the first time.

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    MAKE A TTY/TDD CALL Tip: Before making a TTY/TDD call with your Nokia phone, check the signal strength. See “In the Start screen” on page 20for details. From the Start screen, enter the number and press When the receiving party answers, begin typing your conversation on the TTY/TDD.

  • Page 18: Your Phone's Label

    Vibrating alert for incoming calls and messages • 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 19: Contact Nokia

    • CONTACT NOKIA If you have a question and have already checked the Troubleshooting section (see page 140), we recommend that you have the following information available before contacting the Nokia Customer Care Center or the service provider: • Your phone’s model number •...

  • Page 20: Set Up Your Phone

    3 Set up your phone Before you use your phone, you need to: • Charge the battery. • Connect any accessories you want to use. • Adjust a few phone settings to suit your needs. If your dealer has already installed the battery, you can skip to “Charge the battery.”...

  • Page 21: Charge The Battery

    • CHARGE THE BATTERY Follow these guidelines to charge the battery. Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet. With your phone on or off, connect the lead from the charger to the bottom of the phone. The battery indicator bar appears on the screen and starts to scroll up and down after a few seconds.

  • Page 22: Important Battery Information

    • IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION • 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 23: Switch On Your Phone

    • USE THE CARRYING CASE The carrying case helps protect the phone when you’re not using it. Nokia recommends that you keep the phone in a case when you’re not actively using the phone for calls. (talk) or...

  • Page 24: Adjust The Volume

    • ADJUST THE VOLUME You can change the volume level on your phone, making incoming voice sounds louder or softer. While in a call, Press volume, and A bar chart appears on the phone’s screen, showing the current volume level. •...

  • Page 25: Review The Basics

    This section gives you a brief introduction to the phone and shows quick steps for making, answering, and managing your calls. The rest of this guide provides complete details on phone use. • YOUR NOKIA 3360 PHONE Power key Up scroll key...

  • Page 26: About The Antenna

    You won’t be able to make or receive calls until the phone cools. • MEMORY USE In your Nokia 3360 phone, Phone book and Reminders share memory space. When either of these features are used, there is less memory available for other features. This is especially true with heavy use of some features.

  • Page 27: Learn The Keys

    • LEARN THE KEYS Here is a summary of how to use the keys. How to use it Power: Press and hold to switch the phone on or off. Press briefly to access the list of profiles. Selection: Press to choose the option shown by the word above the key (for example, Menu).

  • Page 28: Make And Answer Calls

    • MAKE AND ANSWER CALLS Use this quick guide to make and answer calls. Switch the Press and hold the power key phone on (or off) Make a call Answer a call When your phone rings, press End a call Press Avoid Press Menu then...

  • Page 29: Check The Start Screen

    • CHECK THE START SCREEN When you switch on your phone, a welcome appears, then you see the Start screen. The Start screen appears when the phone is idling or standing by. Return to the Start screen You can easily return to the Start screen from any activity other than an active call.

  • Page 30: Review Phone Symbols

    Check the menu number and scroll bar scroll bar appears on the right side of the screen when you scroll through the main menus. The menu number is located at the top of the scroll bar. on the bar gives you a visual representation of your relative position in the menu structure.

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    Symbol What it means You are using predictive text. Available when entering reminder notes, or writing text messages. You are using predictive text. Characters you enter will be sentence case. You are using predictive text. Characters you enter will be lowercase letters.

  • Page 32: Use The Selection Keys

    • USE THE SELECTION KEYS The two selection keys beneath the screen access the function shown above them on the screen. • In this example, pressing the left selection key when the word Menu appears above it shows the first of many menus.

  • Page 33: Scroll Through Menus

    Scroll through menus At the Start screen, press Menu, then scroll through the menus using Select Options, Select, or OK by pressing the selection key for the option you want. Use the scroll and selection keys to navigate the submenus; press to return to the Start screen.

  • Page 34: Shortcuts

    • SHORTCUTS 1 MESSAGES Write message..... . 01-1 Write e-mail ..... . . 01-2 Chat .

  • Page 35: Normal Profile

    Customize..... . 3-1-2 Ringing options ... . 3-1-2-1 Ringing tone ....3-1-2-2 Ringing volume .

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    Touch tones ....4-3-2 Manual touch tones ..4-3-2-1 Touch tone length ..4-3-2-2 Welcome note .

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    5 SYSTEM Automatic......5-1 Manual ......5-2 New search.

  • Page 38: 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 ENTRY EDIT NAME ADD NUMBER ERASE One by one Erase all OPTIONS Phone book view Name list...

  • Page 39: Add Information

    • ABOUT ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS The kind of information you’re entering (names, numbers, or text) determines which of the three ways that you use to enter information into your Nokia 3360 phone: Method The phone shows for all uppercase letters,...

  • Page 40: Abc And 123 Methods

    • ABC AND 123 METHODS You can enter any combination of numbers and letters into phone book entries, Web addresses, and more using the ABC and 123 methods. The phone shows the current method with an icon, or small picture, in the upper left corner of the screen.

  • Page 41: Enter Numbers

    Enter numbers When you are in a number box in the phone book, the phone shows the icon. To enter numbers, simply press the numbers you want. When in mode, you can enter numbers by pressing the key multiple times until the number shows up, or you can press and hold the key. The method used to enter numbers depends on the type of information you are entering.

  • Page 42: Use Special Characters In Names And Phone Numbers

    ERASE MISTAKES If you make a mistake: • Press to erase one character to the left. • Press Clear as needed to erase more than one character. CHANGE LETTER CASE • To switch between uppercase and lowercase letters, press icon switches to letters.

  • Page 43: Write With Predictive Text

    The word shown on the screen changes after each keystroke (as shown in the example that follows). Since it’s easy to get confused, you should try to disregard the word you’re writing until you have entered all the characters. Example: To write Nokia with predictive text turned on: What you press Press...

  • Page 44: Keys And Tools For Predictive Text

    Keys and tools for predictive text Purpose Keys with Use for word entry. Press each key only once for each letters letter. Press to view the next matching word if the underlined word is not the word you intended. To change the underlined word, press you want appears.

  • Page 45: Turn On Predictive Text Input

    Turn on predictive text input Press Menu, then press Select. When Write message appears, press Select. Press Options, scroll to Predictive text and press Select. Scroll to the language you want (for example, English). Press Select. T9 prediction on appears. input.) This means you can use the predictive text method to enter messages.

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    If the word is correct: • Insert a punctuation mark, if needed. • Press to confirm the change and enter a space. • Start writing the next word. If the word is not correct: • Press repeatedly until the word you want appears, and then press •...

  • Page 47: Store Names And Numbers

    6 Store names and numbers 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 up to two numbers per name and a text entry, such as a postal address or an e-mail address.

  • Page 48: Save A Text Entry With Aname

    Enter a name and press OK. Press Done to return to the Start screen. Save an entry using the names menu Press Names to enter the phone book. Scroll to Add entry and press Select. Enter a name and press OK. Enter a number and press OK.

  • Page 49: Use Phone Book Menus

    Recall numbers from the phone book At the Start screen, press Names. Select Find and enter the name you need. Press Find, then press You may have to scroll to the appropriate entry in a list if you have stored names that are similar to each other. Recall information with shortcuts You may want to use some of these shortcuts, or alternate methods for recalling a number.

  • Page 50: Change Phone Book Views

    Erase Allows you to erase names and numbers one by one or all at once. Options Takes you to a new menu list which includes the phone book’s memory status and scrolling view. 1-touch dialing Allows you to assign up to eight keys for speed dialing.

  • Page 51: Edit A Name Or Number

    • EDIT A NAME OR NUMBER You can edit a name, a number, or both. Recall the name or number you wish to edit. Press Details, then press Options. Scroll to Edit number or Edit name and press Select. Edit the name or number and press OK. •...

  • Page 52: Add A Second Number To A Name

    • ADD A SECOND NUMBER TO A NAME You can add a second number from the phone book, the Start screen, name recall or number type. Once you choose to add a number to an existing name, you can select one of the following number type locations store the second number: General, Mobile,...

  • Page 53: Check Memory Status

    Change the number type Once you have saved a name with two numbers, you can change the number type for either of the phone numbers. (For example, you can change the type if you saved a number as General and you want to change it to Home.) Recall the name from the phone book.

  • Page 54: Check Call History

    7 Check call history Your phone provides a information about calls you make and receive. The call log keeps track of: • Missed calls • Numbers you’ve dialed • Numbers from which you’ve received calls • Amount of time you’ve spent on calls •...

  • Page 55: Clear Call Lists

    Save Saves the number in your phone book Adds the number to a name you’ve already entered in Add to name your phone book Erase Removes the number from the call log Call Activates a call to the number Tip: To dial any number that appears on your phone’s screen, press MISSED CALLS Your phone stores the last ten numbers for calls you missed.

  • Page 56: Check Call Timers

    The All option clears every number in every list, whereas the other options clear only the numbers associated with that option. For example, the Dialed option clears only the numbers associated with calls you previously dialed. • CHECK CALL TIMERS Your phone uses call timers each call.

  • Page 57: Turn On A Current Call Timer

    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. • TURN ON A CURRENT CALL TIMER You can set your phone to show the running elapsed time while a call is active.

  • Page 58: Use Advanced Calling Features

    8 Use advanced calling features This chapter describes advanced calling features such as conference calling, call waiting, and credit cards for calls. Not all features described here are available in all wireless network systems. • SET IN-CALL OPTIONS Your phone allows you to use a number of features during a call. These features are known as Note: Many in-call options are network services features.

  • Page 59: 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 show the number of the incoming call. Call waiting is not available in all wireless systems.

  • Page 60: 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. While in a call, you can either dial the number you want to conference in and press Press Options, scroll to New call, press Select, enter the phone number, and press Call.

  • Page 61: Use Call Forwarding

    • USE CALL FORWARDING When you use call forwarding, your network redirects incoming calls to another phone number. The call forwarding feature is not available in all wireless systems. Contact your service provider for details and availability. Important:Call forwarding is a network-dependent feature and may not work the same in all networks.

  • Page 62: Redial Automatically

    Store the call forwarding feature code Press Menu 4-6-2 (Menu > Settings > Network services > Network feature setting). The Feature code box appears. Enter the feature code your service provider gave you, then press OK. Scroll to the type of forwarding that matches the feature code you entered, then press Select.

  • Page 63: Use A Calling Card

    If the system is busy, your phone makes 3 additional call attempts. If you want to stop the automatic redial process prior to the last attempt, press Important: This feature does not automatically redial a number when the number you are calling is busy. •...

  • Page 64: Choose A Calling Card To Use

    Save calling card information (step 2) The order of the following steps may vary, depending on which dialing sequence your card uses. When prompted for the calling card’s access number, enter the number and press OK. This number is usually the 1-800 number that is listed on the calling card.

  • Page 65: Send Your Own Number In Caller Id

    • SEND YOUR OWN NUMBER IN CALLER ID You can determine, for each call you make, whether your telephone number appears on another phone’s caller ID. In most service areas, when you call others, your name is presented to their caller ID (if they subscribe).

  • Page 66: Select A Phone Number

    • SELECT A PHONE NUMBER When you first activate your phone, your service provider programs the phone number and system information into your phone’s memory. The number assigned to your phone provides service for only one service area. Your phone can be activated in up to three different service areas, however. For example, your phone could be activated in Dallas, Toronto, and New York.

  • Page 67: 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 Tone sounds 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...

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    Enter the touch tone string. Store the number as you normally would. 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, use press Select.

  • Page 69: Use Voice Mail

    9 Use voice mail Voice mail provides a way for callers who miss you to leave a message that you can retrieve later. To use voice mail, you must sign up for the feature with your wireless service provider. • CHECK FOR MESSAGES Your phone beeps when you receive a voice message.

  • Page 70: Set Greetings

    • SET GREETINGS Voice greetings may vary in different wireless systems. If you need information about how to record your greeting, contact your service provider. • LISTEN TO YOUR VOICE MESSAGES The way you listen to your voice messages depends on your service provider. Call your service provider if you have any questions.

  • Page 71: Personalize Rings And Tones

    10 Personalize rings and tones • WHAT IS A PROFILE? profile is a group 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 Warning tones Message alert tone Your phone comes with five profiles:...

  • Page 72: Set Ringing Options

    Set ringing options You can choose the type of ring your phone uses to notify you of an incoming call. This setting does not affect any incoming text message alert tones. Press Menu 3 (Menu > Profiles). Your phone lists each profile. to scroll to the desired profile in the list for which you want to set the ringing options, and press Select.

  • Page 73: Set The Ringing Volume

    Press Select. Scroll to Customize and press Select. Scroll to Ringing tone and press Select. Scroll through the options, and when you hear the tone you want to use, press Select. Set the ringing volume You can set the default ringing volume for incoming voice calls and message alert tones.

  • Page 74: Keypad Tones

    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 Select. Select Customize and press Select.

  • Page 75: Rename Profiles

    Select Customize and press Select. Scroll to Warning tones, then press Select. Scroll to On and press Select. If you do not want to use warning tones, you can turn them off by scrolling to Off and pressing Select. • RENAME PROFILES You can rename any of the profiles except Normal.

  • Page 76: Personalize Phone Settings

    11 Personalize phone settings You can change certain settings so that your phone suits your own needs and lifestyle. Changes you can make include changing the language on the screen, showing or hiding the clock, and setting up 1-touch dialing. •...

  • Page 77: Set The Clock To Be Updated By The Network

    Show the clock on the Start screen Press Menu 4-1-2 (Menu > Settings > Time settings > Clock). To show the clock, scroll to Show clock and press Select. Select Hide clock if the clock is showing and you don’t want to see it. Select the time format You can change the way your clock shows the time, whether in am/pm (12-hour) or 24-hour format.

  • Page 78: Add A Welcome Note

    • ADD A WELCOME NOTE You can set your phone to show a brief welcome note each time you switch on your phone. The note can include your name, a reminder, or more. Press Menu 4-3-3 (Menu > Settings > Phone settings >...

  • Page 79: Change Speed Dialing Numbers

    to scroll to the name and number to which you want to assign this key and press Select. Repeat these steps for as many keys as you want to set up. To call a number using speed dialing, press and hold the appropriate key for a few seconds.

  • Page 80: Set Your Phone To Answer Automatically

    • SET YOUR PHONE TO ANSWER AUTOMATICALLY You can set your phone to answer incoming voice calls after one ring. This setting works when your phone is connected to a headset or to an approved handsfree car kit. Press Menu 4-4-1-2 (Menu > Settings > Accessory settings > Headset >...

  • Page 81: Restore The Factory Settings

    • RESTORE THE FACTORY SETTINGS You can change the default (factory) settings for your phone. Later, you can return them to the original settings when needed. Note: The phone does not reset the memory, timers, language selection, and security code. However, any profiles you have modified are reset when you restore your settings.

  • Page 82: Manage Phone Security

    • The default (preset) 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. TIPS •When you enter the security code, a * appears on the screen each time you press a key.

  • Page 83: Lock The Keypad

    • LOCK THE KEYPAD When you lock the keypad, you prevent accidental keypresses — for example, when your phone is in a pocket or purse. This feature is called Keyguard. Note: Keyguard is automatically turned off when the phone is connected to a car kit.

  • Page 84: Restrict Calls

    • RESTRICT CALLS You can restrict incoming and outgoing calls. To restrict calls, you create a list of numbers and apply the appropriate restriction. Before you define restrictions for outgoing calls, two restriction options are available: Select and Add restriction. The maximum number of call restrictions you can define is ten.

  • Page 85: Off

    Restrict outgoing calls Press Menu 4-5-1 (Menu > Settings > Security settings > Call restrictions). Press Select, enter your security code, and press OK. Scroll to Restrict outgoing calls and press Select. Scroll to Select to choose from your list of call restrictions. If you have not added any restrictions, your only option will be All calls.

  • Page 86: Manage Reminders And Notes

    13 Manage reminders and notes Reminders and notes help you keep track of important events or tasks. A reminder can have a date, time, and alarm attached to it. If you have not set your clock, you will be prompted to do so when you enter your first reminder.

  • Page 87: Add A Note

    You can choose At event time to set the alarm to go off at the same time as the reminder. You can choose Other to define your own time for the alarm. Scroll to the option you want and press Select. •...

  • Page 88: Choose Other Reminder And Note Options

    Receive a reminder or note The message Reminder received appears when someone sends you a reminder or note. Press Show to view the note. Press Exit to delete the note. The message Discard note? appears. Press OK. Press Options to view the available reminder or note options. Press Select when you have highlighted the option you want.

  • Page 89: Use Prepaid Services

    14 Use prepaid services With prepaid service, you buy wireless network services in advance. Your phone works the same way it did before, with some additional features. Prepaid service may not be available from your wireless service provider. Contact the service provider for details.

  • Page 90: Save Your Access Numbers

    USE THE MENU • To use the Prepaid menu, press Menu and then press immediately to the Prepaid menu. • Press • SAVE YOUR ACCESS NUMBERS You can check your prepaid balance and add money when the balance is low. To do that, you first need to save the correct access numbers in your phone.

  • Page 91: Check Your Prepaid Balance

    • CHECK YOUR PREPAID BALANCE Contact your service provider for the toll-free access number used to check the balance remaining in your prepaid account. Check the prepaid balance Press Menu 11-1 (Menu > Prepaid > Check account balance). At Check account balance, press Select. The phone calls your service provider.

  • Page 92: Set Network Services Features

    15 Set network services features You can subscribe to various network services. Availability depends on your service provider. Your phone supports the network services listed here. These services are not available from all providers or in all areas. • Voice privacy •...

  • Page 93: Use Your Phone While Traveling

    Automatic Your phone automatically searches for available networks and chooses the appropriate one. Every time you turn on your phone, it resets to Automatic. Manual The phone searches for networks and then shows a list of the ones that are available. If an available network is found, the word Available: appears on the screen followed by the name of the network.

  • Page 94: Communicate With Text Messages

    16 Communicate with text messages You can use your phone to send and receive short text messages if your service provider offers the message feature and if you subscribe to the service. You can also send messages as e-mail. • ABOUT TEXT MESSAGES Message recipients: The phone to which you send a text message must support text messages.

  • Page 95: Use Folders For Text Messages

    • USE FOLDERS FOR TEXT MESSAGES Your phone has four folders for managing text messages. Inbox The inbox stores messages you receive. Outbox The outbox stores messages you have written, sent, edited and forwarded. Archive The archive folder stores messages you want to save. Templates The templates folder stores message templates you create.

  • Page 96: Options When Writing A Text Message

    Note: When sending messages via the SMS network service, your phone may display the words “Message sent”. This is an indication that the message has been sent by your phone to the message center number programmed into your phone. This is not an indication that the message has been received at the intended destination.

  • Page 97: Resend A Message From The Outbox

    • RESEND A MESSAGE FROM THE OUTBOX A message in the outbox shows one of two icons: • icon shows that you have sent the message to the text message center. • icon shows that you have tried to send the message, but the sending attempt was unsuccessful.

  • Page 98: Read A Text Message

    • READ A TEXT MESSAGE Press Show. Press Options for a list of choices you have while reading the message (see the list at the end of this section). Press Select when the option you want is highlighted. In your inbox, text messages are shown in the order in which they were received, unless one is an emergency message.

  • Page 99: Save A Message In The Archive Folder

    • SAVE A MESSAGE IN THE ARCHIVE FOLDER When you send or receive a text message, you can save it in the archive folder. Messages can be saved from the inbox and the outbox. Save a message Highlight the message you wish to save and press Select. Press Options.

  • Page 100: Reply To A Message

    Erase messages from folders Press Menu 01-8 (Menu > Messages > Erase all). You will have the following options: All read, Inbox, Outbox, and Archive. Scroll to the folder that you want to empty all messages from and press Select. All messages in that folder will be deleted.

  • Page 101: Forward A Message

    • FORWARD A MESSAGE While reading a message in the inbox, press Options. Scroll to Forward, press Select, and choose whether your message should be sent as a text message or as e-mail. Press Options, or edit the message and press Options. Scroll to Send, then press Select.

  • Page 102: Use Templates

    Reply to or forward an e-mail message If the message is not on the screen, press Menu 01-4 (Menu > Message > Inbox). Select the message you received and press Select. Press Options, scroll to Forward or Reply, and press Select. Scroll to As e-mail and press Select.

  • Page 103: Chat With Other Phone Users

    Press Options to view the menu list: Send Sends the template as a text message. Edit Allows you to edit the template before sending. Rename Allows you to rename the template. Use number Allows you to use a number. Select the option you want and follow the phone’s prompts to complete your task.

  • Page 104: Use Picture Messages

    Write your chat message, press Options, then press Send. Press OK to clear the screen and reply to the message. To view the previous message or edit your chat name, press Options and select Chat history or Chat name. Note: You can start a chat session when replying to a regular text message as well.

  • Page 105

    Scroll to the picture you want to send, and press Select. Press Options, scroll to Send, then press Select. Recall or enter the phone number of the recipient. Press OK. Attach a picture to a text message For a list of options while composing a text message, see “Options when writing a text message”...

  • Page 106: Receive Picture Messages

    Receive picture messages When your phone displays Message received, press Show and the message appears. If the picture has a text message with it, scroll up or down to see the entire message. SAVE THE PICTURE While viewing a picture message, press Options. Scroll to Save picture, then press Select.

  • Page 107: Use Special Features

    17 Use special features This section describes several special features, including transmission of business cards, downloading ringing tones from the Internet, and setting the alarm clock. • SEND AND RECEIVE BUSINESS CARDS Your phone can send or receive electronic business cards. A consists of a name, phone number, and text entry.

  • Page 108: Download (transfer) Ringing Tones

    When your phone shows Business card received, press Show. Scroll through the available information. Save a viewed business card While viewing the business card, press Options. Scroll to Save, then press Select. Delete a viewed business card • While viewing the business card, press Options. •...

  • Page 109: Set The Alarm Clock

    Choose the ringing tone you want to replace—either an empty personal placeholder, if any are remaining, or a tone you’ve downloaded previously. Press Select. The phone saves the new tone in the list of ringing tones. For instructions on changing the ringing tone on your phone, see “Set a vibrating alert” on page 64.

  • Page 110: Turn Off The Alarm Clock When It Rings

    Set the alarm clock Press Menu 4-1-1 (Menu > Settings > Time settings > Alarm clock). The Set alarm time message appears. Enter the time for the alarm and press OK. Use the hh:mm format (03:40, for example). The alarm clock replaces any existing numbers with the new time.

  • Page 111: Use The Calculator

    • USE THE CALCULATOR Your phone’s calculator adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, and converts currencies. Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. This calculator has a limited accuracy and rounding errors may occur, especially in long division.

  • Page 112: Convert Currency

    Convert currency You can use the calculator to first set the exchange rate and then to calculate the exchange value. SET THE EXCHANGE RATE Press Menu 7 (Menu > Calculator), then press Options. to scroll to Exchange rate and press Select. Select the exchange rate: Foreign units converted to home units or Home units converted to foreign units.

  • Page 113: Infrared

    18 Infrared Your phone can send and receive certain types of data by way of the phone’s infrared (IR) port. This is a wireless transfer, so you don’t need a cable or additional software. To connect using IR, the device with which you want to connect must comply with Infrared Data Association (IrDA) requirements.

  • Page 114: Send And Receive Information

    Check the status of an IR connection The status of an IR connection is shown by the infrared icon • When appears steady, there is an IR connection between your phone and the other device. • When doesn’t appear, no IR connection exists. •...

  • Page 115: Receive A Business Card From Another Device

    Receive a business card from another device You can receive business cards from another compatible device. The user of the other phone or device sends you a card as described in the previous section. Point the two IR ports at each other. Press Menu 9 (Menu >...

  • Page 116: Pc Connectivity

    PC Suite for more information. Modem setup You can use your Nokia phone as a wireless modem with your laptop computer, giving you access to the Internet (for e-mail and Web browsing) or corporate networks wherever you are.

  • Page 117: Connect To The Wireless Internet

    19 Connect to the Wireless Internet Your phone has a built-in browser you can use to connect to selected services on the Internet. You can view weather reports, check news or flight times, view financial information, and much more. You can also save the address of any Wireless Internet site as a bookmark, much the same way you bookmark a Web page on your personal computer.

  • Page 118: Set Up For Browsing

    The service provider’s role Because wireless Internet content is designed to be viewed from your phone, your wireless service provider now becomes your “wireless Internet service provider“ as well. It’s likely that your service provider has created a home page and set up your browser to go to this page when you connect to the Internet.

  • Page 119: Use Browser Options (services Menu)

    • USE BROWSER OPTIONS (SERVICES MENU) The Services menu gives you the options shown in the following list. Some service providers may have customized the options on the Services menu. Contact your service provider for more information if any of the options shown here are not available.

  • Page 120: Edit A Data Entry Field

    Header line: The current Internet site. Active hyperlink: Highlighted option ready to be chosen. Inactive hyperlink: Scroll to select a link and press OK to switch to other pages on the current site or to other sites. to scroll through the list of links.

  • Page 121: Use Bookmarks

    Choose browser options (while connected) While you’re connected to the Internet, the phone’s browser provides the options described in the following list. Tip: Developers of wireless Internet sites may add options to the browser menu that are specific to their Web sites. These options are often links to other areas within the site.

  • Page 122

    SAVE AN ADDRESS AS A BOOKMARK Navigate to the site you want to bookmark and press Options. Scroll to Add Bookmark and press Select. ENTER A BOOKMARK MANUALLY While browsing, press Options. Scroll to Bookmarks and press Select. Press Options, highlight New bookmark and press Select. Enter the site’s address (example: my.yahoo.com) and press OK.

  • Page 123: Play Games

    Use the option Instructions to learn how to play the game. With the option Level you can choose the difficulty level of the game. Please visit Nokia games services on the Internet for more hints and tips: http://www.nokia.com/us GAME SETTINGS You can change the settings of the game’s sounds, lights and shakes.

  • Page 124: Snake Ii

    • SNAKE II Feed the snake with as many goodies as possible and watch it grow. Use keys longer the snake’s tail grows, the higher your score. You can choose to have a clear field, or select from five different mazes. If the snake runs into its own tail or the surrounding wall, the game is over.

  • Page 125: Frequently Asked Questions (faq)

    “Shortcuts” on page 25. 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 126

    Q. How do I store my voice mailbox number? A. Press Menu 01-9-2 (Menu > 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.

  • Page 127

    Q. How do I find out the amount of space I have used in my phone’s memory? A. Press Names and scroll to Options. Press Select. Scroll to Memory status and press Select again. Your memory status appears. Q. How do I find my phone’s electronic serial number (ESN)? A.

  • Page 128: Glossary

    22 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.

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    Predictive text A method of entering information in your phone that uses a dictionary to predict, or guess, what you are writing. Primary number The number your phone dials when you select a name from the phone book that has more than one number assigned to it.

  • Page 130: Reference Information

    Reference information 23 Reference information • BATTERY STATEMENTS Charging and Discharging Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Note that a new battery's full performance may be achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles! The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out.

  • Page 131: Use Proper Care And Maintenance

    Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery between 59°F and 77°F (15°C and 25°C). A phone with a hot or cold battery may temporarily not work, even when the battery is fully charged.

  • Page 132: Understand Important Safety Information

    • Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the phone. • Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the moving parts and prevent proper operation. • Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and may violate regulations governing radio devices.

  • Page 133: Other Medical Devices

    PACEMAKERS Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 6 inches (20 cm) be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.

  • Page 134: Posted Facilities

    Reference information speed control systems, air bag systems). Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle. Posted facilities Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require. Potentially explosive atmospheres Switch off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.

  • Page 135: Emergency Calls

    For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including both installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.

  • Page 136

    Reference information If certain features are in use, you may first need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this user guide and your local cellular service provider. When making an emergency call, remember to give all the necessary information as accurately as possible.

  • Page 137: Certification Information (sar)

    • 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 138

    FCC ID LJPNPW-1NB. 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 139: Use Accessories Safely

    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 140: Batteries

    • 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 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 standby times.

  • Page 141: 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 142

    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). The input voltage range is from 11 to 32V DC, negative grounding. Avoid prolonged charging with the Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH- 9) when the car engine is not running;...

  • Page 143

    Boom Headset (HDB-5) Headset Kit (HDC-5) 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.

  • Page 144

    Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TTY/TDD) to make a call in digital mode. WHAT YOU’LL NEED In addition to the Nokia phone, you’ll need the following for TTY/TDD communication. • A TTY/TDD device that is “cellular ready” or “cellular compatible”...

  • Page 145

    Express Car Kit (CARK-125) This car kit provides charging and handsfree functionality, with excellent audio quality. The car kit is easy to use and is compatible with 12 V systems. The Express Car Kit Includes a holder, plug-in handsfree, external microphone (HFM-8).

  • Page 146

    Nokia Xpress-on™ color covers Your phone’s Xpress-on™ cover is available in several fashion colors. Extra covers may be purchased from your authorized Nokia dealer. Note: Before changing the cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device.

  • Page 147

    REPLACE THE FRONT COVER Slide the top of the phone into the top of the front cover. Be careful to align the power key/IR port with its place in the top of the front cover. Gently push the bottom of the phone into the bottom of the front cover until it snaps into place.

  • Page 148: Technical Information

    • TECHNICAL INFORMATION Feature Weight Size Frequency Range Transmitter Output Power Battery Voltage Operating Temperature -4°F to + 104°F Number of Channels Phone numbers Memory Locations Reference information Specification 5.3 oz with BMC-3 900 mAh NiMH battery 105 cc Lowband 824.04 - 848.97 MHz (TX) 869.04 - 893.97 MHz (RX) Highband...

  • Page 149: Troubleshooting

    • TROUBLESHOOTING Problem My phone isn’t charging. My phone isn’t making/receiving calls. I can’t listen to my voice messages. Possible cause The charger and the phone are not properly connected. The charger is not properly plugged in. The battery is not charged.

  • Page 150: Warranty Information

    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 151

    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 152

    The Consumer will be responsible for any expenses related to reinstallation of the Product. e) Nokia will repair the Product under the limited warranty within 30 days after receipt of the Product. If Nokia cannot perform...

  • Page 153

    FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE CONSUMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. NOKIA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF ANTICIPATED BENEFITS OR PROFITS,...

  • Page 154

    This is the entire warranty between 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.

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  • Page 156: 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 [ 147 ]...

  • Page 157

    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 158

    stationary. But if you need to dial while driving, follow this simple tip--dial only a few numbers, check the road and your mirrors, then continue. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may be distracting. Stressful or emotional conversations and driving do not mix--they are distracting and even dangerous when you are behind the wheel of a car.

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  • Page 160: Message From The Fda To All Users Of Mobile Phones

    Appendix B Message from the FDA Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) to all users of mobile phones. July 18, 2001 ... For updates: http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones [ 151 ]...

  • Page 161: Consumer Update On Wireless Phones

    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 162

    Appendix B Message from the FDA 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 163

    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 164

    If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day, you could place more distance between your body and the source of the RF, 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 165: Index

    Index ABC and 123 modes 31 accessibility alternate formats 6 features 9 mobile inductive loopset 7 solutions 6 TTY contact 6 accessories 132 car kit (PPH-1) 136 carry case (CSM-6) 134 mobile holder (MBC-6) 135 safety information 130 spare battery charger 133 TTY adapter 135 activate alarm clock 100...

  • Page 166

    68 set the format 68 show 68 color covers 137 conference calls 51 Connecting to a PC 107 contacting Nokia 10 contacting your service provider 10 Content Copier (PC Suite) 107 contrast, adjusting 15 convert currency 103 currency...

  • Page 167

    call timers 118 contrast 118 ESN 118 model number 117 phone memory 118 redial 117 ringing tone 116 ringing volume 116 security code 116 serial number 118 voice mailbox 117 folder erase messages from 91 folders archive 86, 90 for text messages 86 inbox 86 message capacity 86 outbox 86...

  • Page 168

    42 names, add second number to 43 network search 83 network service features 83 network update of the clock 68 Nokia PC Suite 107 notes adding 78 sending and receiving 78 notes and reminders 77 number selection 57...

  • Page 169

    use number 112 views 41 phone book menu 29 phone book menu options 29 phone book, erasing 42 phone help 23 phone memory, when full 90 phone menus 23 phone security, managing 73 phone symbols 21 picture messages sending with text 96 viewing 96 play games 114 power on your phone 14...

  • Page 170

    data 104 reminders and notes 78 send own number 56 sending e-mail 92 service features, network 83 service provider differences 6 signing up 5 service provider, contacting 10 services menu 110 set the ring volume and tone 64 set up your headset 14 your phone 11 settings, personalizing 67...

  • Page 171

    make a call 8 receive a call 9 TTY contact 6 turn on your phone 14 underlined words 36 understanding wireless network services 5 updates to this guide 5 use the headset 14 vibrating alert, setting 64 voice mail greetings 61 voice mail, setting up 60 voice mail, using 60 voice messages, listening to 61...

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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. [ 168 ]...

  • Page 178

    Thank you for purchasing your new Nokia 3360 phone. We’re here for you! www.nokiahowto.com Learn how to use your new Nokia phone. www.nokia.com/us Get answers to your questions. Register for your phone’s warranty so we can better serve your needs! NOKIA INC.

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