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    OWNER ’ S MANUAL...

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    Keys Power key Press and hold to turn your phone on or off. Scroll key Scroll through menus, sub- menus, and the phone book. Press and hold for continuous scrolling. ó Dials the number on the display. Menu Menu Names Names Menu Menu...

  • Page 3: Indicators And Icons

    Indicators and Icons You have an active call. The phone is waiting for you to enter a response. All tones for the current profile have been set to Keyguard has been activated to help prevent any accidental keypresses. You have one or more voice messages waiting. You have one or more unread text messages waiting.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Safety At A Glance ....1 2. Getting Connected ....3 Attaching your battery .

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    Call timers ........24 Call waiting .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Microphone ........44 Missed calls........45 NAM selection .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    9. Technical Data ....86 10. NOKIA One-Year Limited Warranty . . 87 11. Index ......91...

  • Page 8: Safety At A Glance

    1. Safety At A Glance Read these simple guidelines before using your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. For more detailed safety information, see “Important Safety Information” on page 81. Road Safety Comes First Don’t use a hand-held phone while driving;...

  • Page 9: Using This Guide

    Nokia’s World Wide Web site at www.NokiaUSA.com. Interactive manual Now, Nokia has a great new way for you to learn how to use all of your phone features. Go to www.NokiaHowTo.com to access the Nokia Interactive Owner’s Manual. It provides an interactive way to get step-by-step instructions for any of your phone’s features.

  • Page 10: Attaching Your Battery, Removing The Battery, Getting Connected

    2. Getting Connected You’ll need to charge your battery once your phone has been activated. This section will help familiarize you on how, and when, to charge your battery. Attaching your battery Simply place the battery in the grooves on the back of your phone.

  • Page 11: Charging Your New Battery, When Is A Good Time To Charge

    Charging your new battery Your phone can be used with either a rechargeable Li-Ion or NiMH battery. Note that a new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles. With your phone on or off, connect the charger to a standard 120V AC outlet.

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    When is charging complete? When the charge indicators stop scrolling, your phone is considered fully charged. However, a slight increase in charge may occur if your phone is left connected to the charger for a while. This is called “trickle charge.” Charging times depend on the type of battery and charger used.

  • Page 13: Important Battery Information

    Important Battery Information • The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time (talk time and standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery. •...

  • Page 14: Switching The Phone On And Off, Get A Good Signal, The Basics

    3. The Basics You have purchased a powerful phone, with lots of features. Read this section for some very basic information on how to use your phone. A more comprehensive description of your phone is covered in “Features A to Z” starting on page 16. Switching the phone on and off Press and hold the the phone on or off.

  • Page 15: Using The Keypad Cover, Making A Call

    Checking signal strength When you are at the start screen (see page 12) or in a call, the signal strength is indicated by the indicators on the left side of your phone’s display. These indicators scroll as the strength of the signal increases and decreases. Increasing your phone’s signal may be easy.

  • Page 16: Ending A Call, Answering A Call

    Dialing stored phone numbers View stored names and numbers by pressing from the start screen (see page 12), then press See “Phone book” on page 49 for details on storing numbers. Calling card calls See “Calling card” on page 27. Emergency calls See “Emergency calls”...

  • Page 17: Keyguard

    Keyguard This feature helps to prevent accidental key presses (e.g. when your by locking your keypad. If any keys are pressed while Keyguard is activated, Press Unlock and then * will display. Activating Keyguard There are three different ways to activate Keyguard. Keys locked will appear on the display when activated.

  • Page 18: The Display, Using Your Phone

    4. Using Your Phone The first few days you have your phone, play with it to learn how the menu and submenu system works. The more you learn how to access these menus and submenus, the more fun you’ll have with your phone. This section describes the different methods of using your phone menus and submenus.

  • Page 19: What Is The 'start Screen, Scrolling Through The Main Menu

    For example, press Menu once. The scroll bar appears with the first (top) tab displayed. A different tab appears each time you press the down through the menu structure. The scroll bar works the same way with submenus. Menu & submenu numbering When you scroll to a menu or submenu, the menu number and/or submenu number appears on the display above the scroll bar.

  • Page 20: Help Text

    Using shortcuts This is a quick and easy way to access a menu without having to scroll through other menus. Press Menu, then menu number, then submenu number. Press the menu and submenu numbers within a couple of seconds of each other when using this method. For a summary of your phone’s menu structure, see “Summary of menu items”...

  • Page 21: Summary Of Menu Items

    Summary of menu items 1 Messages Text Messages 1 1 1 Inbox 1 1 2 Write new 1 1 3 Outbox 1 1 4 Saved 1 1 5 Erase all Voice messages 1 2 1 Listen to voice messages 1 2 2 Voice mailbox number Welcome Note 2 Call log Missed calls...

  • Page 22: Table Of Contents

    4 Settings Call settings 4 1 1 Emergency key 9 4 1 2 Automatic redial 4 1 3 Calling card Phone settings 4 2 1 Clock 4 2 2 Alarm clock 4 2 3 Touch tones 4 2 4 Restore factory settings 4 2 5 Language 4 2 6 Keypad cover setting Security settings...

  • Page 23: Access Codes, Alarm Clock

    5. Features ABC mode This allows you to enter names into your phone book. See “Entering letters and numbers” on page 35 Access codes This is a security feature that allows you access to certain phone features, such as the phone lock ( and unlocked phone number ( Also, see “Lock code”...

  • Page 24: All Calls Timer, Automatic Answer

    Snoozing Press Snooze. The alarm will go off again in 10 minutes. If you let the phone alarm for 1 minute without pressing a key, it stops alarming for 10 minutes then starts again. Turning the alarm clock off Press Menu 4 2 2 (Settings - Phone settings - Alarm clock), then scroll to Off and press OK.

  • Page 25: Automatic Redial, Calculator

    Automatic redial Your phone will redial the number you’re trying to call up to 3 times after you hear a quick, busy signal. Press to stop the call attempts. This feature attempts to redial numbers that are busy due to the wireless network. It will not redial numbers to a busy party.

  • Page 26: Storing Exchange Rate, Converting Currency, Calendar

    Storing exchange rate 1. Press Menu 7, then press Options 2. Scroll to Exchange rate and press OK 3. Press visited unit or How many visited units to a home unit, depending on how you wish to convert the currency. Press OK once you decide. 4.

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    When your phone prompts you for the time with hh:mm, enter the time in hours and minutes (using two-digit fields), then press OK Time format (24-hour or am/pm) is set using the Clock. See “Selecting time format” on page 31. When your phone prompts you for the date with mm/dd/yyyy, enter the month and day (using two- digit fields) and year (using a four-digit field), then...

  • Page 28: Call Forwarding

    Postpone Note: When the alarm goes off, you can press Press to shut off the alarm. Option 3: Erase notes With this option, you’ll need to choose which notes to erase. If you choose all the notes for the day currently on display (Of Chosen Day), or One By One (for all notes in the calendar), your phone presents each note to you with the option Erase or Back.

  • Page 29: Call Log

    1. Press Menu 4 4 2 (Settings - Network services - Call forwarding) 2. Scroll to desired call forwarding feature and press Select below) 3. Highlight Activate and press OK 4. Enter phone number at Number: (or press Search to locate number in phone book) and press OK 5.

  • Page 30: Call Restrictions, Call Settings

    2-1 Missed calls - See page 45. 2-2 Dialed calls - See page 32. 2-3 Received calls - See page 56. 2-4 Clear call lists - See page 29. 2-5 Call timers - See page 24. You can dial any of the phone numbers by pressing Tip: ó...

  • Page 31: Call Timers, Call Waiting

    4-1-1 Emergency key 9 - See page 35. 4-1-2 Automatic redial - See page 18. 4-1-3 Calling card - See page 27. Call timers Your phone automatically keeps track of the amount of time you’ve spent in calls. 1. Press Menu 2 5 (Call log - Call timers) 2.

  • Page 32: Caller Groups

    Swapping between two calls ó Press Ending the calls ô Press Activating call waiting You can also activate this feature with your phone; simply ask your service provider for the feature code, store it into your phone, then activate it. Note: This feature may not appear in your phone’s menu until the feature code has been stored.

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    3. Press Options 4. Use to reach Caller groups. Press Select. 5. Use to reach the group to which you want to add this name or number. Press Select. Defining a ringing tone for a caller group 1. With the display clear, press Names 2.

  • Page 34: Caller Id, Calling Card

    2. Scroll to the caller group you wish to display the graphic for and press Select 3. Scroll to Group graphic and press Select 4. Scroll to On to display the graphic that goes with that particular caller group Caller ID Caller ID is a network service that can display the name and phone number of the person calling you, if the information is available.

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    Note: The order of the following steps may vary, depending on which dialing sequence your card uses. 6. Enter access number when prompted for the calling card’s access number (usually the 1-800 number listed on the back of the calling card), press OK Note: You can also retrieve the access number from your phone book if it has already been stored.

  • Page 36: Making Calling Card Calls, Clear Call Lists

    Choosing a calling card to use 1. Press Menu 4 1 3 (Settings - Call settings - Calling card) 2. Scroll to desired card and press Options 3. Press 4. Enter security code at Security code:, press OK 5. Your phone will display Card ready for use Making calling card calls 1.

  • Page 37: Clear Timers, Clock, Setting The Clock

    Also, see “Call log” on page 22. 1. Press Menu 2 4 (Call log - Clear call lists) 2. Highlight either All, Missed, Dialed, or Received and press OK (All will clear all call lists, while the others clear their respective call lists) Clear timers This feature clears all call timers for the currently-selected NAM.

  • Page 38: Selecting Time Format, Displaying Or Hiding The Clock, Conference Call

    4. Press OK 5. Select am or pm and press OK (if am/pm format has been selected; see below) Selecting time format 1. Press Menu 4 2 1 (Settings - Phone settings - Clock) 2. Scroll to Time format and press Select 3.

  • Page 39: Current Call Timer, Customer Care Contact Number, Dialed Calls

    3. Press Select at Search 4. Enter name and press OK, or just press scroll through the phone book ó 5. Press Current call timer This feature displays the running elapsed time on your screen while a call is active. Once the call has ended, simply press any key to clear the display.

  • Page 40: Digital/analog Selection

    2. Press ó 3. Press You can also access the last 10 dialed numbers if you ó press , then quickly press the list. Also, see “Call log” on page 22 for details on other call lists. The ‘Options’ soft key See “The ‘Options’...

  • Page 41: Earpiece Volume, Emergency Calls

    Earpiece volume The scroll keys on volume during a phone call. The top scroll key increases while the bottom one decreases the volume. If an accessory like a headset or a car kit, or one with its own loudspeaker, is connected to your phone, the scroll keys will adjust the volume for that accessory.

  • Page 42: Emergency Key 9, Entering Letters And Numbers, Abc Mode, Emergency Key

    When making an emergency call, remember to give all the necessary information as accurately as possible. Remember that your cellular phone may be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident - do not cut off the call until given permission to do so.

  • Page 43: Changing Letter Case, Mode

    Your phone displays the phone is in ABC mode. It also displays when you are viewing names rather than numbers. When is displayed, you can enter these characters (see below): Characters Key .,’?!-1 ABC2 DEF3 GHI4 JKL5 MNO6 While you’re editing a name, the cursor to the left, and Press Clear to correct any mistakes.

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    Simply press the # key for about 2 seconds while in mode and the mode, only numbers can be entered. Letters can not be entered unless your phone is in Press the # key again for a couple of seconds if you wish to deactivate the Special characters (for storing names) When in ABC mode (see page 16), you can press the...

  • Page 45: Games

    Erasing stored names and numbers See “Erasing stored names and numbers” on page 51. Erasing your entire phone book See “Erasing your entire phone book” on page 52. Games You have four exciting games to choose from in your phone. Press Menu 6 to choose one of the following games: REMEMBER! Your phone must be switched on to use this function.

  • Page 46: Inbox

    Once you think you have the right combination, press the * key. The result is presented as a set of marks over the row. A correct figure in the right place gives a full mark; a correct figure in the wrong place gives a half mark.

  • Page 47: In-call Menu, Keypad Tones, Keypad Cover Setting

    In-call menu While in a call, you may notice the Options soft key. Pressing this will access you to the in-call menu, and you may notice the following choices: Touch tones You can manually enter a touch tone string or search for one in your phone book (see “Phone book” on page 49) New call You can make a third party conference call (see “Conference call”...

  • Page 48: Language, Last Call Timer, Last Number Redial

    2. Your phone lists each profile. Use one you want to set the keypad tones for and press Options. 3. Highlight Customize and press OK. Press Keypad tones and press Select 4. Press plays a sample of each. Press OK for the one you want.

  • Page 49: Life Timer, Lights, Listen To Voice Messages, Lock Code

    Life timer The life timer displays the total time of all calls dialed and received with your phone (in hours and minutes only). The life timer can not be reset and is used in conjunction with your phone’s warranty Also, see “Call timers” on page 24. Lights This is one of the settings in your phone’s Car Profile (see page 53).

  • Page 50: Changing Your Lock Code, Manual Touch Tones, Memory Status

    Changing your lock code In a lock code, only numeric characters are accepted. 1. Enter Menu 4 3 2 3 (Settings - Security settings - Access codes - Change lock code) 2. Enter lock code at Enter lock code: and press OK 3.

  • Page 51: Messages, Message Alert Tone, Microphone

    Messages This feature allows you to access your voice and text messages, as well as composing your own welcome note. Using messages 1. Press Menu 1 (Messages) 2. Scroll to one of the following options, then press Select 1-1 Text messages - See page 65. 1-2 Voice messages - See page 71.

  • Page 52: Missed Calls, Nam Selection

    If these texts are not available, press Options, scroll to Mute or End mute and press Select. Muting and unmuting also affect the microphones of any accessories connected to the phone. Missed calls Your phone will keep track of the last 10 calls you have missed if you weren’t around to answer the call.

  • Page 53: Network Feature Setting

    Only one number can be active at a time. When you select a phone number, you’re also selecting which system you’re using as your home system (see “System” on page 64). The first phone number displayed with this menu is the currently selected number. Note: It may not be necessary to have three NAMs for your phone if your service provider has service or roaming agreements for each area in which you wish to use your phone.

  • Page 54: Storing Codes, Network Services

    Storing codes 1. Press Menu 4 4 5 (Settings - Network services - Network feature setting) 2. At Feature Code:, enter the feature code or deactivation code received from your dealer (e.g. 74, 740, etc.), press OK to the service that the code applies to and press Select to suboption, then Select (Repeat step as required, based on number of suboptions)

  • Page 55: One-touch Dialing

    One-touch dialing This feature allows you to make phone calls quickly and easily with the touch of a button. You must store names and numbers in your phone book (see page 50) before you can use this feature. Then you can assign a name from the phone book to a one-touch dial location using your phone’s keys 2 through 8.

  • Page 56: Outbox, Paging, Phone Book

    Changing numbers in one-touch dial list With this feature, you can assign a different number to any one-touch dial location. 1. Press Names, scroll to 1-touch dialing and press Select 2. Scroll to the location you wish to change and press Options 3.

  • Page 57: Storing A Name And Number

    You can not store identical names into your phone (i.e., John, John); make sure that like names are somewhat different in the phone book (i.e., John, Johnny). Replace? followed by the currently stored name displays when storing a name already in memory. Accessing the phone book Press Names, scroll to desired submenu and press Select.

  • Page 58: Recalling Names & Numbers, Erasing Stored Names And Numbers

    4. Enter phone number and press OK Also, see “Entering letters and numbers” on page 35 and “Quick save” on page 64. Changing a number stored with a name 1. Recall stored name, then press Details to view number 2. Press Options, scroll to Edit and press Select 3.

  • Page 59: Phone Lock

    Erasing your entire phone book 1. Press Names 2. Scroll to Erase all and press Select 3. Press OK at Are you sure? 4. Enter security code at Security code: and press OK Warning: This feature will erase your entire phone book, which can not be undone! Phone lock When you turn this on, your phone will lock after you...

  • Page 60: Phone Settings, Profiles

    With phone lock off, you can now use your phone without entering the lock code each time you turn your phone on. Phone settings Phone settings allow you access to other phone features such as an alarm clock and your phone’s language.

  • Page 61: Customizing Profiles

    Selecting different Profiles If you want to change your phone’s Profile, quickly press ð ð key. Quickly press again to scroll through ð each choice, then press and hold the key for a second to select that Profile. You can also scroll through the list of Profiles with a ð...

  • Page 62: Public System Selection

    3. Scroll to Rename and press OK 4. Enter new name and press OK again Note: Some profiles can not be renamed. Public system selection Note: This feature will not appear in your phone until needed. Please contact your service provider for details. In each service area there are usually two service providers.

  • Page 63: Received Calls, Restore Factory Settings, Restrict Calls

    Received calls This shows you the phone numbers of the 10 most recent calls you’ve answered. Press Menu 2 3 (Call log - Received calls), then scroll through the numbers. Also, see “Call log” on page 22 for details on other call lists. The ‘Options’...

  • Page 64

    Once you have entered Add restriction and have added at least one restriction, the following options will be added: Select allows you to select call restrictions from the outgoing calls list. Edit allows you to edit an existing outgoing call restriction.

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    2. Scroll to Restrict incoming calls and press Select 3. Enter security code, then press OK. 4. Scroll to All calls and press Mark (or press Unmark if you wish to remove the restriction) 5. Press Back and then press Yes at Save changes? Selecting call restrictions 1.

  • Page 66: Ringing Options, Ringing Tones

    2. Scroll to Restrict outgoing calls and press Select 3. Enter the security code and press OK 4. Scroll to Erase and press OK 5. Scroll to the restriction you wish to erase, press OK 6. Press OK again to erase restriction Ringing options This is one of the settings in your phone’s Profiles (see page 53).

  • Page 67: Ringing Volume, Roaming

    2. Your phone lists each profile. Use one you want to set the ringing tones for and press Options. 3. Highlight Customize and press OK. Press Ringing tones, then press Select. 4. Scroll through the options. After you hear the tone you wish to use, press OK.

  • Page 68: Scrolling View

    Contact your service provider for more specific information on how roaming works with your phone, as well as any information on coverage limitations. Roaming Indicators When your phone begins roaming, it will beep once and display ROAM or EXTENDED AREA, depending on how roaming works with your phone.

  • Page 69: Security Settings, Security Code, Changing Your Security Code

    Security settings This menu includes the following security features: 4-3-1 Restrict calls - See page 56. 4-3-2 Access codes - See page 16. The Access codes submenu includes Phone lock (page 52), Unlocked phone number (page 70), Change lock code (page 43), and Change security code (page 62).

  • Page 70: Send Own Number, Settings

    Note: If you have changed your security code and don’t remember the new code, contact your service provider. Once you have changed your security code, the default setting is no longer valid. Send own number In most service areas, when you call someone your name will be presented to his/her caller ID (if they subscribe).

  • Page 71: Storing A Name & Number, Quick Save, System

    Storing a name & number You can save names and numbers in the Phone book. Either use the method described in “Storing a name and number” on page 50 or the “quick save” method described below. Quick save Enter the phone number and press Save. Enter a name at Name: if you wish (optional), then press OK.

  • Page 72: Text Messages And

    To switch from private to public If you are in a private system and want access to a public system, press and hold Menu when you are not in a call. Your phone will display Search public systems?, press OK and your phone will use the public system for the next (only once) outgoing call.

  • Page 73: Writing Text Messages, Receiving Text Messages

    Writing text messages Note: Writing and sending text messages may not be available in all wireless systems. Please contact your service provider for details. Sending text messages 1. Press Menu 1 1 2. Scroll to Write New and press Select 3.

  • Page 74: Reading Text Messages, Reading Options

    When you receive a text message Text messages are shown in the order that they were received, in their order of priority. Message received indicates an unread message or page. If more than one message is received, the number of received messages will be listed first.

  • Page 75: Receiving A

    Note: If more than one number is on the display, the numbers are displayed in a list. Simply select the phone number you want ó to call and press . If no numbers are found, your phone will No number found display on this screen Forwarding a message...

  • Page 76: Touch Tones

    Touch tones Your phone can generate various sounds, called touch tones, when the keys are pressed. These are also known as DTMF tones. Touch tones can be used for many automated, over-the- phone services such as checking bank balances, airline arrival and departure times, and using voice mailbox options.

  • Page 77: Touch Tone Length, Unlocked Phone Number

    Note: See “Special characters (for storing numbers)” on page 37 for details on “p” and “w” characters. When you dial this number, your phone first dials the phone number, then waits (because of the “w” character) for you to press Send. Your phone then sends your password. If you include a “p”...

  • Page 78: Vibrating Alert, Voice Messages, Storing Your Voice Mailbox Number, Voice Mailbox Number

    Vibrating alert This is one of the settings in your phone’s Profiles (see page 53). When your phone has the vibrating battery attached, you can set your phone to vibrate when you receive a voice call. Note: This setting will not appear in your phone unless a vibrating battery has been attached.

  • Page 79: Greetings, Passwords, And Prompts, Listening To Your Voice Messages, Voice Privacy

    When you’re ready to store your voice mailbox number, press Menu 1 2 2 (Messages - Voice messages - Voice mailbox number). Then enter your voice mailbox phone number and press OK. This number can be up to 32 digits long and is used until it’s changed. So if your phone number changes, you may need to change your voice mailbox number along with it.

  • Page 80: Volume, Warning And Game Tones, Welcome Note

    Volume You can adjust the ringing volume and earpiece volume of your phone. See “Earpiece volume” on page 34 and “Ringing volume” on page 60. Warning and game tones This is one of the settings in your phone’s Profiles (see page 53). Warning tones include tones your phone makes for conditions such as errors, confirmations, power on, battery low, recharge battery and games.

  • Page 81: Write New

    Write new This feature allows you to write text messages with your phone. See “Text messages and pages” on page 65 for more details.

  • Page 82: Accessories, Batteries

    6. Accessories If you want to enhance your phone’s functionality, an extensive range of accessories is available for you. You can select any of these items to help accommodate your specific communication needs. For availability of these and other accessories, contact your service provider.

  • Page 83: Charging Times, Standby And Talk Times

    Charging Times Battery Option BPS-1 Ultra Slim Li-Polymer Battery 600 mAh BLS-2N Extended Li-Ion Battery 900 mAh BMS-2/BMS-2S Extended NiMH Battery 900 mAh BMS-2V Vibrating NiMH Battery 900 mAh BLS-4 Extended Li-Ion Battery 1500 mAh Note: The times displayed above are approximate and will allow your battery to obtain approximately 80% of its capacity.

  • Page 84: Chargers & Other Accessories

    Also, refer to the accessories brochure that was included in your sales package for the entire line of Nokia Original Accessories. Note: When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life.

  • Page 85

    Rapid Mobile Charger (LCH-8) You can charge your phone’s battery from your vehicle battery by using the Rapid Mobile Charger (LCH-8). You can also use this lightweight charger with the Compact Desktop Charging Stand (DCH-9). Calls are possible during charging. A green light indicates the charger is ready for charging (when not charging) or finished charging (if it has been charging).

  • Page 86

    Please refer to the chart below for charging times in the rear charging slot. DCH-9 Rear Slot Charging Times Battery Option BPS-1 Ultra Slim Li-Polymer Battery 600 mAh BLS-2N Extended Li-Ion 900 mAh BMS-2/BMS-2S Extended NiMH 900 mAh BMS-2V Vibrating NiMH 900 mAh BLS-4 Ultra Extended...

  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    7. Troubleshooting What if charging fails? If Not charging is displayed, charging is suspended. Make sure the battery is connected to an approved charging device and that the battery is at room temperature. Extreme temperatures, hot or cold, can affect your battery’s performance and prevent charging. If charging still fails, disconnect the charger from your phone.

  • Page 88: Reference Information

    8. Reference Information Important Safety Information Traffic Safety Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. If using a hand-held phone park the vehicle before conversing. Always secure the phone in its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can break loose in a collision or sudden stop.

  • Page 89: Other Medical Devices, Posted Facilities, Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    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. Consult a physician or the manufac- turer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you have any questions.

  • Page 90: Making An Emergency Call

    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. 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.

  • Page 91: Radio Frequency (rf) Signals

    Radio Frequency (RF) Signals 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 radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.

  • Page 92: Care And Maintenance

    Care and Maintenance Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to fulfill any warranty obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many years. When using your phone, battery, charger, OR any accessory: •...

  • Page 93: Technical Data

    Number of Channels 832 lowband Number of NAMs Memory Locations Memory Capacity Nokia, Connecting People and the Original Accessories logos are trademarks of Nokia Corporation and/or its affiliates. The information contained in this phone was written for dual- mode TDMA and AMPS phones.

  • Page 94: Nokia One-year Limited Warranty

    Product in the United States. 4. During the limited warranty period, Nokia will repair, or replace, at Nokia's option, any defective parts, or any parts that will not properly operate for their intended use with new or factory rebuilt replacement items if such repair or replacement is needed because of product malfunction or failure during normal usage.

  • Page 95

    Nokia. c) Nokia was not advised by the Consumer in writing of the alleged defect or malfunction of the Product within fourteen (14) days after the expiration of the applicable limited warranty period.

  • Page 96

    If the Product is returned to Nokia during the limited warranty period, but the problem with the Product is not covered under the terms and conditions of this limited warranty, the Consumer will be notified and given an estimate of the charges the Consumer must pay to have the Product repaired, with all shipping charges billed to the Consumer.

  • Page 97

    13. This is the entire warranty between Nokia and the Consumer, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings, oral or written, and all...

  • Page 98: Index

    11. Index ABC mode 16, 35 access codes 16 accessories batteries 75 chargers 77 alarm clock 16 answering a call 9 antenna 7 automatic answer 17 automatic redial 18 batteries attaching 3 charging 4 charging times 76 discharging 5 removing 3 standby times 76 talk times 76 calculator 18...

  • Page 99

    dialed calls list 32 Dice game 39 digital/analog selection 33 earpiece volume 34 emergency calls 34, 83 emergency key 9 feature 35 ending a call 9 entering letters and numbers 35 factory settings, restoring 56 forwarding calls see call forwarding game tones 73 games 38 help 13...

  • Page 100

    on/off 7 one-touch dialing 48 outbox 49 paging see text messages phone book 49 available memory 43 editing entries 51 erasing entries 51 finding entries 51 one-touch dialing scrolling view 61 storing entries 50 phone lock 52 unlocked phone number 70 power key 7 private systems see system selection...

  • Page 101

    tones keypad tones 40 message alert tone 44 ringing options 59 ringing tones 59 ringing volume 60 vibrating alert 71 warning and game tones 73 touch tones 69 length 70 manual 43 troubleshooting 80 unlocked phone number unlocking your phone Keyguard feature 10 phone lock feature 52 unmuting calls 44...

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