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    User Guide Installation Guide...

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    Under no circumstances shall Nokia be responsible for any loss of data or income or any special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages howsoever caused.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installation......71 Your Nokia 616 car kit ....71 Safety information .

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    Electronic devices ..... . . 78 Pacemakers ......78 Potentially explosive atmospheres .

  • Page 5: For Your Safety

    For your safety Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user guide for further information. OFF MODE If wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger, switch your car kit over to off mode.

  • Page 6: About Your Device, Network Services, Enhancements And Compatible Devices

    About your device The car kit described in this guide is approved for use in the EGSM 900 and GSM 1800 networks. Contact your service provider for more information about networks. When using the features in this device, obey all laws and respect the privacy and legitimate rights of others.

  • Page 7: General Information

    1. General information The Nokia 616 car kit is a fully functional car phone. It is designed for the operating convenience of key mobile voice and data services in the vehicle. Nokia has taken special care to accommodate the particular needs of the driver:...

  • Page 8: Car Kit Equipment

    Car kit equipment Your Nokia 616 car kit is made up of several components: Nokia 616 car kit equipment 1. Radio unit RV-1 The radio unit is an EGSM 900/1800 car telephone with Bluetooth wireless technology that supports a cable link to a compatible external GSM antenna and compatible external devices.

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    9. Car handset HSU-4 (option, available separately) The car handset replaces the CUW-3 input device supplied with the car kit. The handset enables privacy calls and allows you to write and send text messages. to your Nokia 616 car kit equipment and cable connections...

  • Page 10: Display Su-21

    Display SU-21 The display texts of the car kit and any entries you make are shown on the display. When the car kit is ready for use, the logo of the network operator is shown in the standby display. If you wish to activate a function using a voice tag, you must call the voice display.

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    Roaming is active. The network has deactivated the encryption function. The ringing tone is switched off. Bluetooth wireless technology is activated. See “Bluetooth wireless technology” on page 59. User profile 1 is in use. See “Select a user profile” on page 66. User profile 2 is in use.

  • Page 12: Input Device Cuw-3

    Notification indicators Indicates that an item has been erased. Indicates that your entry is incorrect or not permissible. Confirms a setting or selection made. Indicates additional information. Indicates a warning or a caution. Your message is being sent (does not indicate that the message has been received).

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    Navi wheel Turn the Navi wheel to adjust the volume of the ringing tone of an incoming call or the loudspeaker volume during an ongoing call. You can also use the Navi wheel to scroll within a menu or the list of contacts. In the standby display, turn the Navi wheel to the left to activate input of a phone number.

  • Page 14: Car Handset Hsu

    Car handset HSU-4 (option, available separately) The car handset replaces the CUW-3 input device supplied with the car kit. The handset can be used to make privacy calls and enables you to write and send text messages. The handset consists of the function selectors including four keys and a Navi wheel, the alphanumeric keypad, the microphone, and the earpiece.

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    Speed dialing The speed dialing option is a convenient shortcut function that lets you dial a phone number assigned to a number key quickly and easily. To activate (On) or deactivate (Off) the speed dialing option, select Settings > Call settings >...

  • Page 16: Usage Modes And First Use, Usage Modes

    2. Usage modes and first use Usage modes The Nokia 616 car kit offers special features, which can be used in the following modes: SIM access mode The car kit can be used with the remote SIM card in a compatible mobile phone that supports the Bluetooth SIM access profile standard.

  • Page 17: Operation In Sim Access Mode

    established using Bluetooth technology is free of charge for the user. Different Bluetooth profile standards are available for the various Bluetooth wireless technology applications, allowing a connection to be established between two compatible devices supporting Bluetooth wireless technology. For further information, see “Bluetooth wireless technology”...

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    SIM access mode. For further information, see “Pairing” on page 60. The compatible mobile phone is switched on, the phone battery is sufficiently charged, and Bluetooth wireless technology is activated. Note in the mobile For information on compatible mobile phones, see the Nokia website: http://www.nokia.com.

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    First use When you switch on the ignition after installation of the car kit or after selecting Restore factory settings?, the car kit automatically switches on. Set the display language and usage mode If you have not assigned a usage mode to the active user profile, you are prompted to select the desired display language to be used in the car kit for the active user profile.

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    Enter the PIN code If you are prompted to enter a PIN code, enter the PIN code of the remote SIM card installed in the compatible mobile phone. This appears on the display as ****. Press car kit then asks if you wish to save the PIN code for a later automatic authorization.

  • Page 21: Operation In Hands-free Mode

    No additional SIM card is required. There are a number of compatible mobile phones that are suitable for use in hands-free mode; for information on compatible mobile phones, see the Nokia website: http://www.nokia.com/enhancements/616 The menus of the car kit are tailored to the user’s requirements.

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    First use When you switch on the ignition after installation of the car kit or after selecting Restore factory settings?, the car kit automatically switches on. Set the display language and usage mode If you have not assigned a usage mode to the active user profile, you are prompted to select the desired display language to be used in the car kit for the active user profile.

  • Page 23: Operation In Car Sim Mode

    Operation in car SIM mode Operating the car kit in car SIM mode How car SIM mode works If you insert a SIM card in the car kit, the car kit operates as a car phone using the external GSM antenna connected to the system.

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    Before installing the SIM card, make sure that the car kit is switched off. Gently press the catch on the radio unit casing (1) to open, and lift the cover (2). Slide the SIM card holder (3) as shown to unlock it. Open the SIM card holder by lifting it as depicted in figure (4).

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    Note If these codes are not supplied with your car SIM card, please contact your service provider. First use When you switch on the ignition after installation of the car kit or after selecting Restore factory settings?, the car kit automatically switches on.

  • Page 26: Overview Of Key Features, Switch On The Car Kit

    3. Overview of key features The features sketched here are described only briefly. For more detailed information, see the cross references cited. Switch on the car kit Your car kit is connected to the ignition system, so that turning the ignition on automatically switches your car kit on. If you have not configured an active user profile, see “Usage modes and first use”...

  • Page 27: Incoming Call

    Download contact entries If a compatible mobile phone is connected with the car kit, you can download the contact entries from the mobile to the car kit using Download contacts in the User data Note This feature is important because you do not have direct access to the contact entries stored on a car SIM card inserted in the car kit.

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    Call waiting Call waiting (network service) is activated, you are notified of any incoming call while you have another call in progress. This feature allows you to accept this call. To accept an incoming call while you are engaged in an active call: Press The first call is placed on hold.

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    During a call, press Scroll to Send DTMF, and press Scroll right to access the contacts in order to select a string of numbers that have been predefined and saved. Scroll left to enter a string of numbers. Press to select the desired option. If you have accessed the contact entries, scroll to the defined string, and press to select it.

  • Page 30: Call Functions

    Call functions Various call functions are available depending on the usage mode selected. Dial from the contacts (name search) You can call a number simply by selecting a name from the contact entries: With the display in standby, scroll right to the desired letter of the alphabet in the contacts, and press letter.

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    Say the voice tag belonging to the desired number loudly and clearly. To indicate that it has recognized the voice tag, your car kit plays back the voice tag as recorded and then automatically dials the number assigned to it 1.5 seconds later. Redial To redial a number you have recently dialed, you can view a list of the numbers that you have last called:...

  • Page 32: Messages, Further Functions And Options

    Note With the display in standby, press and hold your voice mailbox direct. Note If you are using the HSU-4 car handset (option), press and hold to dial your voice mailbox direct. For further information, see “Voice mailbox” on page 51. Messages To use these features, you must make some necessary settings.

  • Page 33: The Menu, Access A Menu Function, List Of Menu Functions

    4. The menu The Nokia 616 car kit offers you an extensive range of functions, which are grouped in menus. The menu structure may vary depending on the usage mode selected. Access a menu function To access the menu from the standby display, press...

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    ■ Messages (page 37) Create message* Send Clear text Use template Save as template Inbox Call Reply Forward Save as template Delete Copy to phone Sent messages* Open Details Delete Message settings Message centre number Reply via same centre View templates Send Delete Create message...

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    ■ ■ Settings cont. (page 46) Settings Call waiting Activate Cancel Check status Speed dialling* Phone settings Language Language Backlight settings Backlight settings Cell info display Network selection Automatic Manual Power down timer Power down timer Voice mailbox Warning tones Listen to voice messages Voice mailbox Voice mailbox number...

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    ■ ■ Bluetooth (page 59) Bluetooth View active devices View active devices View paired devices View paired devices Create connection Delete pairing Request authorisation Edit Bluetooth name Bluetooth name Bluetooth name (Car kit) (Car kit) Allow second connection Visibility Visibility ■...

  • Page 37: Menu Functions, Messages

    5. Menu functions The Nokia 616 car kit can be used in different modes. The menu functions that are available depend on the usage mode selected. Indicators are provided to show you which modes support the individual menu functions. For further information, see “Mode indicators”...

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    Scroll right to the desired letter of the alphabet in the contacts, and press to select the letter. Select the second and further characters in the same way. Press and hold to view the list of names beginning with the selected character sequence. Press to select the desired name.

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    Scroll to the Messages menu, and press Scroll to the Inbox option, and press messages. Scroll to the desired message, and press Scroll to browse through the message or to display the message itself, the sender or sender’s phone number, and the date and time the message was received.

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    Message center number You receive this number from your service provider. Note This option saves the phone number of the message center, which you need to send text messages. Reply using same message center (network service) Replies to short messages are typically handled by the SMS center to which the sender subscribes.

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    Send Scroll to Send, and press to select the option. Select the phone number of the recipient from the contacts, or enter the desired number. To send the template, press Delete Use this option to erase any templates that you have taken from text messages sent to you and then saved.

  • Page 42: Call Register

    Save a business card This option saves a business card in the car kit memory. If a wireless Bluetooth SIM access profile connection is established to your mobile phone, the business card is automatically forwarded to the mobile phone. Forward You can forward a business card or calendar item that you have received to a compatible device using Bluetooth wireless technology or as a text message.

  • Page 43: Contacts

    Missed calls To view a list of up to 10 of the latest registered calls: With the display in standby, press Scroll to the Call regist. menu, and press Scroll to Missed calls, and press Scroll through the list. Press and hold to return to the standby display.

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    Search for names and numbers You can access the list of names and phone numbers quickly from the standby display: Scroll right to the first letter of the desired name, and press to select it. You can now view all the names stored in your contacts list that start with the letter selected.

  • Page 45: Tone Settings

    Tone settings You can choose the desired ringing tone for incoming calls, change the volume, and switch warning tones on or off as desired. With the display in standby, press Scroll to the Tones menu, and press Scroll to the desired option, and press Follow the instructions on the display.

  • Page 46: Settings

    Settings You may customize a number of the settings in your car kit. In hands-free mode, the settings are primarily dependent on the settings made in the mobile phone. For further information, see the user guide applicable for the compatible mobile phone you are using.

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    Call divert (network service) With Call divert you can direct your incoming calls to another number (for example, to your voice mailbox number). For details, contact your service provider. Your car kit offers you a wide variety of options to choose from: Divert all voice calls This option diverts all incoming voice calls.

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    Automatic answer This feature causes any incoming call to be automatically answered after the first ring whenever your car kit is on and off mode is not active. You can switch this feature on or off as desired. For further information, see “Off mode” on page 5. Caution! If you activate this feature, you should make sure that the ringing tone is set sufficiently loud to make you...

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    Press end a currently active call and return to the call on hold. Phone settings This option lets you make the following settings in your car kit. In hands-free mode, most of the phone settings must be made in the mobile phone you are using. Language This option lets you select the language for display texts.

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    Network selection The cellular network to which your car kit may be connected can be selected manually or automatically. Automatic Your car kit automatically selects a suitable available cellular network in the area. Manual You can view a list of available cellular networks and select any network that has a roaming agreement with your home network operator.

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    Voice mailbox Your service provider may offer you a voice mailbox service, which you have to install before you can receive voice messages. To access this mailbox, you may need to save the number to your car kit. Your service provider will give you further information on this service and let you know the number of your voice mailbox.

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    For further information and to download modem driver software for your computer and/or laptop computer, visit the Nokia website at www.nokia.com\enhancements\616. GPRS charges You may be charged for GPRS data transmission or for an application that uses GPRS. For details of charges, contact your network operator or service provider.

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    Default The settings made by your service provider are active. The closed user group service is active. The closed user group service is deactivated. Fixed dialing numbers for car SIM card You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if this function is supported by your car SIM card.

  • Page 54: Voice Tags

    the service technician, who installs your car kit, for professional assistance. To make the desired setting: With the display in standby, press Scroll to the Settings menu, and press Scroll to Equaliser settings, and press item. Scroll to Loudspeaker Radio loudsp., and press select the desired option.

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    Voice dialing You can assign Voice tags to phone numbers and your car kit automatically attempts to dial the number when it recognizes the tag. Record a new voice tag This option lets you record a new voice tag, assign it to a phone number, and save it in the car kit memory.

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    Voice dial a number To voice dial a number: Press Speak now is displayed. Say the voice tag belonging to the desired number loudly and clearly. Your car kit plays back the voice tag and automatically dials the number assigned to it 1.5 seconds later. To cancel voice dialing, press In hands-free mode, you can use the voice tags stored in your mobile phone.

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    information, see “Search for devices that support Bluetooth technology” on page 66. Record voice commands This option allows you to record a voice command (one or more words acting as a spoken command) and assign it to a function in the list of voice commands. With the display in standby, press Scroll to the Voice...

  • Page 58: Recorder

    Recorder The tape recorder feature allows you to record pieces of speech, sounds, or an active phone call. This is especially useful if you need to note information during a call. For example, you can record a name or a number to be written down later. In hands-free mode, the recorder feature depends on the mobile phone you are using.

  • Page 59: Delete A Voice Command, Bluetooth Wireless Technology

    Note You can easily play back your recordings using a voice command. Say the voice command, and your car kit begins with the last recording made. Press to the next recording. Note To use this shortcut, you must assign a voice command to this function in your car kit.

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    To ensure interoperability with the devices from different manufacturers, the Bluetooth standard defines so-called profiles for many applications. The Nokia 616 car kit supports the following Bluetooth profiles: SIM access profile to connect to a compatible mobile phone...

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    This option allows you to pair with a compatible mobile phone supporting Bluetooth SIM access profile technology that generates a random 16-character numeric passcode during pairing. This passcode can then be entered on the car kit. Note The wireless connection using Bluetooth SIM access profile technology meets high security requirements.

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    This function calls up a list of all paired devices with Bluetooth technology. The last pairing is listed at the top. Some of the options below may be available depending on the status of the device or the connection. Create connection This option establishes a wireless connection to a paired device with Bluetooth technology.

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    Scroll to the Bluetooth menu, and press Scroll to Bluetooth name, and press The name of the car kit appears on the display as Nokia 616. Press to select the device. Edit Bluetooth name? is displayed. Scroll to or No, and press option.

  • Page 64: User Data

    Allow a second Bluetooth connection This setting is required if your car kit is to be visible for other devices with Bluetooth technology while it is being used in an existing Bluetooth SIM access profile wireless connection to a compatible mobile phone. This feature interrupts the existing Bluetooth SIM access profile wireless link for a short time so that, during this interval, other devices with Bluetooth technology (for example, a laptop) can request a wireless...

  • Page 65

    Many phones with the Symbian operating system require an additional application to be installed in order to download contacts. The software and installation help can be downloaded free of charge from the Nokia website: http://www.nokia.com/enhancements/616. Note You do not have direct access to the contact entries stored on a car SIM card inserted in the car kit.

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    Car SIM card Press to copy the contacts from the car SIM card inserted in the radio unit to the car kit memory. Search for devices that support Bluetooth technology Scroll to Search for Bluetooth devs., and press it if you wish to carry out the download from a device that is not paired with the car kit.

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    The following options are available for selection: Usage mode Active usage mode Download settings Scroll to the desired option, and press Select a usage mode Note An active user profile always has a SIM card assigned to it. When personalising user profile 1 or 2 for the first time, observe the information set out in “First use”...

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    Active usage mode This option lets you view the name of the compatible mobile phone whose remote SIM card is assigned to the active user profile. Download settings You can copy contact data from any compatible mobile phone that supports Bluetooth wireless technology to your car kit. Your car kit offers you three convenient options: SIM and phone mem.

  • Page 69: Data Transmission, Gprs (general Packet Radio Service), Hscsd (high-speed Circuit Switched Data), Reference Information

    Modem driver software and installation help are available at the Nokia website: http://www.nokia.com. For information on the availability of and subscription to high- speed data services, please contact your network operator or service provider.

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    Handovers As the car kit user moves from one network cell to another, the signal strength of the channel drops and the cellular telephone exchange may hand the user over to a different cell and frequency where the signal is stronger. A cell handover may also occur when the user is stationary due to varying cellular traffic loads.

  • Page 71: Installation, Your Nokia 616 Car Kit

    7. Installation Your Nokia 616 car kit The Nokia 616 car kit is designed for installation in motor vehicles. The sales package contains a convenient, hands-free feature that allows you to make calls without holding the phone to your ear, a separate input device for ease of use, and an easy-to-read display.

  • Page 72: Safety Information

    Safety information Note The basic safety guidelines set out below are to be observed when installing the car kit. Note that the instructions in this installation guide are general guidelines that apply for the installation of the car kit in an automobile. However, due to the wide variety of car types and models available on the market, this guide cannot consider the individual technical requirements relevant for any particular vehicle.

  • Page 73: Mounting

    Mounting Nokia 616 car kit equipment Scope of Supply 1. Radio unit RV-1 2. Display SU-21 3. Input device CUW-3 4. Loudspeaker SP-2 5. Microphone MP-2 6. Power cable PCU-4 7. GSM antenna (not included) 8. Stickers 9. Car handset HSU-4 (not included)

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    Further information on suitable mounting locations is available at the Nokia website http://www.nokia.com. How to mount the display unit Input device CUW-3 (3) Mount the input device in a suitable location where it is easily accessible for the user.

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    Microphone MP-2 (5) Note Use of any other microphone than the microphone supplied with the car kit (MP-2) may impact the transmission quality. Mount the hands-free microphone approximately 30 centimeters from the user’s head, and position it so that it points toward the user’s mouth.

  • Page 76: Equaliser Settings, Function Test

    Car handset HSU-4 (9) Mount the handset (not included in the sales package) in a suitable location where it is easily accessible for the user. Remember that all equipment must be mounted so that it does not interfere with the operation of the vehicle. The best location to mount the handset is horizontally on the console between the driver’s and front passenger’s seats.

  • Page 77: Care And Maintenance

    8. Care and maintenance Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to protect your warranty coverage. Keep the car kit dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.

  • Page 78: Important Safety Information, Operating Environment, Electronic Devices, Pacemakers, Potentially Explosive Atmospheres, Vehicles

    9. Important safety information Operating environment Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and always switch off your car kit when its use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Electronic devices Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals.

  • Page 79: Emergency Calls, Make An Emergency Call

    Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is mounted and operating properly. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases, or explosive materials in the same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories. For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag inflates with great force.

  • Page 80: Technical Data

    Technical Data 10. Technical Data Battery voltage 12.6 V (10.8–16 V) Negative potential to ground (GND). Current consumption 1.5 A maximum (off mode: 1 mA) Transmitting power EGSM 900: 3.2 mW–2 W DCS 1800: 1.0 mW–1 W Power cable PCU-4 Power cable wiring 1.

  • Page 81: Glossary

    In addition, this mode allows you to connect the car kit to a Bluetooth headset. Car SIM card The car SIM card is inserted in the SIM card reader in the Nokia car kit. DTMF tones You can use DTMF (dual tone multifrequency) tones to communicate with voice mailboxes, computerized telephony systems, etc.

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    Glossary The PUK code is supplied with the SIM card. If you lose the code or it has not been provided with the SIM card, contact your network operator. Remote SIM card The remote SIM card is inserted in the SIM card reader of the compatible mobile phone connected to the car kit over a Bluetooth SIM access profile wireless connection.

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