Operation in SIM access mode
mobile phone established using Bluetooth SIM access profile
technology remains active until one of the following happens:
The ignition of the car is switched off, automatically
switching the car kit off.
The mobile phone is moved out of range and the Bluetooth
connection is broken (for example, if you leave the car with
You change to another usage mode.
The mobile phone is switched off.
You end the connection in SIM access mode on the mobile
If the last usage mode selected was SIM access mode, when you
switch off the ignition and switch it on again, the car kit
automatically begins to search for the remote SIM card of the
compatible mobile phone it was connected to. If this mobile is
within range, a Bluetooth wireless connection is established
between the two devices.
Connections between devices using Bluetooth wireless
technology can conveniently be made automatically
without separate acceptance or authorization. To do so,
you must deactivate
If you use Bluetooth technology functions regularly, you
can deactivate the option "Authorization request" in the
in the mobile
compatible mobile phone. Then connections between
the devices using Bluetooth wireless technology can
conveniently be made automatically without separate
acceptance or authorization.
For further information, see the user guide applicable for
the compatible mobile phone with Bluetooth technology
that you are using.
Prerequisites for operation
If you wish to operate the car kit with a remote SIM card, you
must make sure that the following requirements are met:
An external GSM antenna is connected to the car kit.
A remote SIM card is inserted in a compatible mobile phone;
the mobile phone supports Bluetooth wireless technology
and the Bluetooth SIM access profile standard.
The compatible mobile phone is paired with the car kit for
usage in 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.
For information on compatible mobile phones, see the
Nokia website: http://www.nokia.com.