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Nokia 616 User Manual: Operation In Hands-free Mode

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Operation in hands-free mode

Using the car kit as a hands-free unit for a mobile phone
How hands-free mode works
The car kit can be used as a convenient hands-free device for a
compatible mobile phone that supports the Bluetooth
hands-free profile standard. To do so, the car kit connects to the
compatible mobile phone using Bluetooth wireless technology.
The car kit then takes over voice input and output as well as key
control functions.
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:
The menus of the car kit are tailored to the user's
Network services and features that the car kit does not
support may be utilized using the mobile phone, if
supported by the mobile.
Prerequisites for operation
You are using a compatible mobile phone that supports the
Bluetooth hands-free profile standard.
The compatible mobile phone is paired with the car kit for
use in Bluetooth hands-free 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.
Products from other manufacturers may not support all
the features offered in hands-free mode.
In hands-free mode, the connection to the GSM radio
network is established by the mobile phone.
Operation in hands-free mode



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