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  • Page 1 User Guide...
  • Page 2: User Guide

    Phone notes Where to get information Wireless service provider Wireless service provider Wireless service provider Wireless service provider See "An illustrated view of the 6360" on page 9. Back of title page See "Have the right information available" on page 8.
  • Page 3 Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security. The information contained in this user guide was written for Nokia 6360 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 document without prior notice.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Names (Phone book) ......6 Contact Nokia ....... .8 Contact your service provider .
  • Page 5 Make and answer calls......19 Review phone symbols ......20 Use the selection keys .
  • Page 6 7 Check call history ......46 Check missed, received, or dialed calls ...46 Clear call lists .
  • Page 7 What is a profile? ......70 Select a different profile ..... . 70 Customize a profile .
  • Page 8 Save your access numbers .....96 Add money to your account ....97 Check your prepaid balance .
  • Page 9 17 Use special features ......113 Send and receive business cards ....113 Download ringing tones.
  • Page 10 Technical Information ......145 24 Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty ....147...
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  • Page 12: For Your Safety

    1 FOR YOUR SAFETY Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. SWITCH OFF WHERE PROHIBITED Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
  • Page 13: Use Sensibly

    USE SENSIBLY Use only in the normal position. Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily. OBSERVE INFRARED PRECAUTIONS Do not point the IR beam at anyone’s eyes or allow it to interfere with other IR devices. QUALIFIED SERVICE Only qualified personnel may install or repair phone equipment.
  • Page 14: Emergency Calls

    FOR YOUR SAFETY CALLING Before you make a call, be sure your phone is switched on, and in service. Enter the phone number, including the area code, then press . To end a call, press . Press to answer an incoming call. EMERGENCY CALLS Make sure the phone is switched on and in service.
  • Page 15: Welcome

    2 Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of a Nokia 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: • How to use this guide •...
  • Page 16: Quick Guide To Functions

    • QUICK GUIDE TO FUNCTIONS Make a call Enter phone number, press Answer a call Press Answer with call waiting Press End a call Press Ignore a call Press Redial Press Adjust call volume During a call, press up or down on the side volume key to adjust call volume.
  • Page 17: Menu Shortcuts

    • MENU SHORTCUTS 01 Messages 01-1 Write message 01-2 Write e-mail 01-3 Chat 01-4 Inbox 01-5 Outbox 01-6 Archive 01-7 Templates 01-8 Erase messages 01-9 Voice messages 01-10 Message settings Call log Missed calls Received calls Dialed numbers Clear call lists Call timers Profiles Normal...
  • Page 18: Follow Graphic Clues

    Observe 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 Indicates one of the following items: • The word or phrase appears on the phone’s screen.
  • Page 19: Contact Nokia

    Look for updates Nokia updates this user guide to reflect changes or corrections. The latest version may be available at the Nokia site on the World Wide Web: Also, an interactive user guide is available at: Sign up with a service provider Before you can take advantage of any of the network services, you must sign up with a wireless service provider.
  • Page 20: Contact Your Service Provider

    Please do not remove or deface the label. Nokia recommends that you note this information on the first page of this guide. • CONTACT YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER Some service providers program a one-key customer support number into the phone.
  • Page 21: Review The Basics

    3 Review the basics An illustrated view of the 6360 phone LEFT SIDE Internal antenna Volume control key Power key Earphone Selection and Scroll keys Talk key Headset/TTY/Data cable IR port connector Charger [ 10 ] FRONT Display screen End key...
  • Page 22: About The Antenna

    • ABOUT THE ANTENNA Your phone has a built-in antenna. As with any other radio transmitting device, avoid touching the antenna when the phone is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
  • Page 23: Charge The Battery

    Make sure the bottom of the battery makes contact with the prongs in the lower end of the space, then press the top end of the battery into place. Replace the cover by sliding it upward until you hear a click. Charge the battery Follow these guidelines to optimize your battery’s performance.
  • Page 24: Remove The Battery

    Please recycle the battery, or dispose of properly. • IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION • Recharge your battery only with a charger approved by Nokia. • You can switch the phone on and use it for calls while the battery is charging.
  • Page 25: Switch On Your Phone

    • CHECK THE START SCREEN When you switch on your phone, a Nokia welcome appears, and then you see the screen. This is the “home base” for your phone.
  • Page 26 TOUR THE START SCREEN HOME Your service provider’s name may appear here. Signal strength. A higher bar indicates a stronger signal. Shows the battery charge level. The higher the bar, the higher the power level in the battery. Menu The top level of menu choices on your phone. Press Names The entry point for the phone book.
  • Page 27: Set Up Your Phone

    Although the microphone may seem far from your mouth, you can speak at a normal volume. To view other available Nokia accessories, visit • ADJUST THE VOLUME You can change the volume level on your phone, making incoming voice sounds louder or softer.
  • Page 28: Adjust Screen Contrast

    Note: The next two topics require that you use menus. You may wish to review the next two chapters to learn more about menus and then return here to adjust screen contrast and equalizer. • ADJUST SCREEN CONTRAST You can change the contrast on your phone’s screen, making the screen brighter or darker.
  • Page 29: Lock Keypad (Keyguard)

    • LOCK KEYPAD (KEYGUARD) keyguard feature keypresses. To lock the keypad, press Menu, then Unlock and then press you can tap the power key to activate the lights in the phone. Note: When Keyguard is on, calls may be possible to the emergency number programmed into your phone (for example, 911 or other official emergency number).
  • Page 30: Make And Answer Calls

    Talk: Press to make a call to the name or number shown on the screen or to answer a call. Press once at the Start screen to view the first in a list of numbers you’ve most recently dialed. Press a number shown on the list.
  • Page 31: Review Phone Symbols

    Make a call Answer a call End a call Avoid unintentional calls Turn Keyguard 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.
  • Page 32 Set up your phone Symbol What it means The phone is waiting for you to enter numbers or text. Silence All: You have turned off your phone’s keypad tones, warning tones, and message alert tones and set your ringing tone to Silent. You’ve activated Keyguard to help prevent any accidental keypresses.
  • Page 33: Use The Selection Keys

    Symbol • USE THE SELECTION KEYS Note the two selection keys beneath the screen. The function of each key is determined by the word shown above them on the screen. • For example, pressing when the word Menu appears above it shows the first of many menus.
  • Page 34: Check In-Phone Help

    • CHECK IN-PHONE HELP Your phone provides brief descriptions of all menu options in an “in-phone” help system. Scroll to a menu or submenu option. Wait about 10 seconds. A short message appears, describing the option and what it does. Note: Press Menu 4-4-4 to turn the in-phone help system (help texts) on or off.
  • Page 35: Shortcuts

    Use a shortcut Menus and options are numbered so that you can quickly keypress your way to an option. The numbers appear in the top right corner of the screen and show your location in the menu. Press Menu, and within 15 seconds, enter the first number of the menu function you want to access.
  • Page 36 Listen to voice messages ..01-9-1 Voice mailbox number ..01-9-2 Message settings....01-10 Sending profile .
  • Page 37 Meeting ......3-3 Outdoor ......3-4 Pager.
  • Page 38 Network services ..... 4-6 Voice privacy ....4-6-1 Network feature setting .
  • Page 39: Names Menu

    Refer to “Connect to the Internet” on page 121, for information about services. PREPAID ......11 Refer to “Use prepaid services”...
  • Page 40: Add Information

    5 Add information This section gives detailed instructions for entering names, numbers, messages, and other information into your phone. • “Use the phone book” on page 38 tells you how to use and manage names and numbers. • “Communicate with text messages” on page 100 tells you how to send, receive, and manage mobile messages.
  • Page 41: 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 42: Enter Punctuation And Other Characters

    • To enter numbers, simply press the numbers you want. Enter punctuation and other characters Depending on the language selected for your phone, the following characters may be available: Characters Punctuation and symbols shortcut A B C 2 D E F 3 G H I 4 J K L 5 M N O 6...
  • Page 43: Use Special Characters In Names And Phone Numbers

    • Press to scroll right ERASE MISTAKES If you make a mistake: • Press to erase one character to the left. • To erase all text, select Options, then select Clear text. CHANGE LETTER CASE • To change cases (upper, lower, predictive, sentence), press icon switches to letters.
  • Page 44: Write With Predictive Text

    With predictive text, you need to press each number key only once for each letter. The phone predicts, or guesses, what you’re writing. Example: To write “Nokia” with the English dictionary selected: What you press Press...
  • Page 45: Turn On Predictive Text Input

    Keys 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 46: Turn Off Predictive Text Input

    Enter a character using the keypad. Press Options, scroll to Predictive text and press Select. Scroll to the dictionary you want (for example, English). Press Select. T9 prediction on appears. text input.) This means you can use the predictive text method to enter messages.
  • Page 47 • Start writing the next word. If the word is not correct: • Press then press • Press Options, scroll to Matches, and then press Select. Scroll to the correct word and press Use. • Start writing the next word. When you enter a period to end a sentence, the phone switches to so that the first letter in the next word will be uppercase (a capital letter).
  • Page 48 WRITE COMPOUND WORDS Write the first part of the word and press Write the last part of the compound word and press Add information to accept that part. [ 37 ] to enter.
  • Page 49: Use The Phone Book

    6 Use the phone book Your phone includes a phone book that can store up to 500 entries (names and associated phone numbers). In addition, the phone book can store up to five numbers and four text entries, such as notes or addresses. •...
  • Page 50: Save A Text Entry With A Name

    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. Press Done to return to the Start screen. •...
  • Page 51: Use Phone Book Menus

    Retrieve information with shortcuts You may want to use some of these shortcuts, or alternate methods for retrieving a number. • Press Names, enter the first letter of the name, scroll to the name, and press • At the Start screen, press the scroll keys to immediately enter your list of names, scroll to the name you want, and press •...
  • Page 52: Edit A Name Or Number

    Caller groups The caller groups feature enables you to identify callers by the ringing tone or graphic that you’ve assigned to their group. A group can be as small as one person or as large as your entire Phone book. You can define the ringing tone and graphic for up to five pre-defined groups in your Phone book.
  • Page 53: Erase Stored Names And Numbers

    Scroll to Edit number or Edit name and press Select. Edit the name or number and press OK. • ERASE STORED NAMES AND NUMBERS Erasing stored names and numbers removes them from your phone. Once you erase an item, you can restore it only by reentering it. Retrieve the phone book entry you want to erase.
  • Page 54: Add A Second Number To

    • ADD A SECOND NUMBER TO A NAME There are several ways to add a number to an existing name in the phone book. Once you choose to add a number, you can select one of the following number type locations to store the second number: General, Mobile, Home, Work, or Fax.
  • Page 55: Create Caller Groups

    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.) Retrieve the name from the phone book.
  • Page 56: Check Memory Status

    Scroll to Caller groups, and press Select. Scroll to the desired caller group (for example Family), and press Select. SETTING A RINGING TONE AND GRAPHIC FOR A CALLER GROUP Press Names. Scroll to Caller groups and press Select. Scroll to one of the caller groups and press Select. Scroll to one of the following functions and press Select.
  • Page 57: 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 • Received calls • Dialed numbers • Time spent on calls • CHECK MISSED, RECEIVED, OR DIALED CALLS Press Menu 2 (Call log) select Call log.
  • Page 58: 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. Shows a number when an associated name appears on View number the screen.
  • Page 59: Check Call Timers

    Press Menu 2-4 (Call log > Clear call lists) The list includes the following options: All, Missed, Dialed, and Received. Stop at the appropriate option and press Select. The All option clears every number in every list, whereas the other options clear only the numbers associated with that option.
  • Page 60: Turn On A Current Call Timer

    Shows the time used for all calls for the life of your Life timer phone. This option cannot be reset. Clears (erases) all call timers for the currently selected Clear phone number. Your phone includes separate timers for timers each number used, with the exception of the life timer. Caution: If you select the Clear timers option, the action cannot be undone.
  • Page 61: Use Advanced Calling Features

    8 Use advanced calling features This chapter describes advanced calling features such as conference calling, using call waiting, and using credit cards for calls. Not all the 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.
  • Page 62: 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 63: 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 64: Use Call Forwarding

    • USE CALL FORWARDING With call forwarding, you can send incoming calls to another phone number. This way, if you are unable to receive calls on your phone, all calls going to that phone can be forwarded to another phone. You never have to miss an important call.
  • Page 65: Redial Automatically

    Forward if not answered Forward if out of reach Cancel all call forwarding Highlight Activate and press Select. In the Number field, either enter the number to which you want your calls forwarded or press Find to find this number in the phone book (if you have stored the number in the phone book).
  • Page 66: Use A Calling Card

    Scroll to On. Press Select. • USE A CALLING CARD You can use a calling card when you dial long distance calls. First you must store your calling card information in the phone. Your phone can store information for a maximum of four calling cards. Save calling card information (step 1) Press Menu 4-3-2 (Settings >...
  • Page 67: 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 68: Voice Dialing

    and then Wait for tone, then press OK. When you hear the tone from your calling card service, press OK. After the tone, your phone displays the message Wait for tone, press OK again. Press OK. Note: This procedure might not apply to all the calling card options that are programmed into your phone.
  • Page 69 Note: Do not press Quit unless you want to cancel the recording. The phone automatically stops recording and then saves and replays the voice tag. If recording is not successful, your phone displays Voice system error. Press Options, scroll to Add voice tag, and repeat steps 3 - 5. Before using voice dialing, note that: •...
  • Page 70: Play Back A Voice Tag

    Pronounce the voice tag clearly into the microphone. When the phone finds the voice tag, Found appears, and the phone automatically dials the number. If the phone does not locate a number, No match found appears. If you’re using the headset and the phone does not locate the number, you will hear an error tone and No match found appears.
  • Page 71: Voice Recorder

    Press Options, scroll to Erase, and press Select. Erase voice tag? appears. Press Select to erase the voice tag. • VOICE RECORDER This feature allows you to record pieces of speech or sound with your phone and listen to them later. You can record information such as phone numbers and personal memos, but the voice recorder can also record an active phone conversation.
  • Page 72: Voice Commands

    View recording list and play recordings You can view your saved recordings by selecting the Recording list option. Press Menu 5-1-2 (Voice > recorder > recording list). Once in you are in the Recording list, select the recording you would like to play, and then select Playback.
  • Page 73: Activate A Voice Command

    Phone You can add a voice command to select a profile, or feature activate a feature Meeting Outdoor Pager Voice Check your voice messages mailbox Infrared Activate infrared Recorder Record Call log Set up a voice command to take you to your call log Add a voice tag for the command Press Menu 5-3 (Voice >...
  • Page 74: Send Your Own Number In Caller Id

    When Please speak now appears, pronounce the voice tag clearly into the microphone. When the phone finds the tag, Found appears, and the command is issued. Work with an existing voice command tag After you have associated a voice tag to a command, you can choose on of the following options: •...
  • Page 75: Select A Phone Number

    Highlight Yes and press Select. The phone then displays Feature code saved in menu. Set whether or not your number will appear Press Menu 4-6-5 (Settings > Network services > Send own caller ID when calling) Scroll to Yes if you want to show your number. Press Select.
  • Page 76: Set Touch Tones

    The first phone number on this list is the currently selected number. You need at least one active number to make and receive calls and to use mobile messaging services. Select digital or analog Your phone can work in both digital and analog modes. The default mode is digital and analog, which appears on your phone as Digit.
  • Page 77 Fixed Sends tones of the duration you specify in the Touch tone length option. Turns off the tones. No tones are sent when you press a key. Set fixed touch tone length You can also set the length of each touch tone. Press Menu 4-4-2-2 (Settings >...
  • Page 78 Make sure that the setting is not set to Off. If it is, use press Select. Then, during your call, press Options, scroll to Touch tones and press Select. Enter the touch tone string or retrieve the string from the phone book, and press Tones.
  • Page 79: 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 80: 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 varies, depending on your service provider.
  • Page 81: Personalize Rings And Tones

    10 Personalize rings and tones • WHAT IS A PROFILE? profile is a “set of settings” you can use to customize the way your phone works. You can set your own preferences for these items: • Ringing options • Ringing tone •...
  • Page 82: Customize A Profile

    • CUSTOMIZE A PROFILE Press Menu 3 (Profiles) Scroll to the desired profile in the list. Press Select to view the options for the selected profile. Select Activates the currently highlighted profile. Customize Enables you to customize a profile by changing the current settings.
  • Page 83: Set The Ring Volume

    Scroll to one of the ringing options, as described below, and press Select. Ring Ascending Ring once Beep once Silent Set the ring volume You can set the default ringing volume for incoming voice calls and message alert tones. Press Menu 3 (Profiles) the ringing volume, and press Select.
  • Page 84: Set A Vibrating Alert

    Press Menu 3 (Profiles) Your phone lists each profile. to scroll to the profile for which you want to set the ringing tones. 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.
  • Page 85: Set The Message Alert Tone

    Scroll to Keypad tones and press Select. • If you choose Off, no keypad tones are heard.) • If you chose the Silent profile in step 2, then the keypad tones are turned off. Set warning tones You can set warning tones and the tones used for the games in your phone. Warning tones conditions, during confirmations, when a battery is low, and when you need to recharge the battery.
  • Page 86: Rename Profiles

    The phone plays samples of each choice as you scroll to it. Select the tone you want. • RENAME PROFILES You can rename any of the profiles except Normal. You may want to use your own name for one of the profiles. If you do this, then whenever that profile is selected, your name appears on the Start screen.
  • Page 87: 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 one-touch dialing. •...
  • Page 88: Set The Clock To Be Updated By The Network

    or 23:12. • If you set time format to am/pm, use am or pm and press OK. • If you set the time format to 24-hour, the time is set as soon as you press OK after adjusting the time. Show the clock on the Start screen Press Menu 4-2-2-1 (Settings >...
  • Page 89: Add A Welcome Note

    Scroll to Off, and then press Select. • 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. The maximum length of this note is 44 characters.
  • Page 90: Change Speed Dialing Numbers

    Set up a speed-dial key Press Names and scroll to 1-touch dialing. Press Select. to scroll to the first number that includes the message (empty) and press Assign. 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.
  • Page 91: Set Your Phone To Answer Automatically

    Scroll to the key you want to erase and press Options. Scroll to Erase and press Select. Press OK. • SET YOUR PHONE TO ANSWER AUTOMATICALLY You can set your phone to answer incoming voice calls after one ring. This setting works only when your phone is connected to a headset or to an approved handsfree kit that is equipped with the ignition sense option, with the ignition on.
  • Page 92: Restore The Factory Settings

    Enter your security code and press OK. • LEARN ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY SOLUTIONS Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. Nokia maintains a site on the World Wide Web that is dedicated to accessibility solutions. For more information...
  • Page 93: Accessible Features

    LPS-1 Mobile Inductive Loopset The LPS-1 Loopset is a Nokia accessory designed to make the 6300 series phone more accessible to hearing-aid users. The Nokia Loopset gives hearing-impaired wireless customers clear access to digital telephony for the first time. With the loopset, people who use a T-coil equipped hearing aid can make and receive calls without noise interference.
  • Page 94 A TTY/TDD device that is “cellular ready” or “cellular compatible” • A connector cable, usually supplied with the TTY/TDD device • The Nokia TTY/TDD cable HDA-8 Phone Adapter, which can be purchased as an accessory Connect to the TTY/TDD device How to connect the phone to...
  • Page 95 Once contacted by the other party, type responses on the TTY/TDD. End a TTY/TDD call Press to end your call. [ 84 ]...
  • Page 96: 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: •...
  • Page 97: Restrict Calls

    The message Security code changed appears. 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. • RESTRICT CALLS You can restrict incoming and outgoing calls.
  • Page 98: Restrict Outgoing Calls

    Select Allows you to select call restrictions from the outgoing calls list. Allows you to add a call restriction. restriction Edit Allows you to edit an existing call restriction. Erase Erases an existing call restriction. Restrict outgoing calls Press Menu 4-7-1 (Settings > Security settings > Call restrictions) Press Select, enter your security code, and press OK.
  • Page 99: Turn Off Call Restrictions

    Turn off call restrictions Turn off restrictions by following the same steps you used to restrict incoming or outgoing calls. When you get to step 5, • Scroll to the restriction you want to deactivate and press Unmark. • You’re asked if you want to save changes. Press Yes and the restriction is turned off.
  • Page 100: Your Personal Digital Assistant

    13 Your personal digital assistant Your phone features a personal digital assistant which includes a calendar, to-do list, a calculator and a stopwatch. Each of these features will help you organize different facets of your personal and business life efficiently. •...
  • Page 101 OPTION 2: MAKE A CALENDAR NOTE To make a note for a specific date, select the date, then press Options, and select the Make a note feature. There are four different types of notes to choose from: Meeting, Call, Birthday and Memo. Scroll to the desired note type and press Select.
  • Page 102: To-Do List

    Point the infrared ports at each other. Scroll to Send via IR and press Select to start data transfer. OPTION 5: SETTINGS The Settings option allows you to set the date, time, date format, time format and the week starts format for the calendar. The Auto Erase option allows you to set the phone to automatically delete old notes after a certain period of time.
  • Page 103: Convert Currency

    Your phone’s calculator adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, and converts currencies. Press Menu 7-1 (Tools > Calculator) Enter the first number in the calculation. Based on the type of calculation that you need to perform, use one of the following actions: If you want to...
  • Page 104: Stopwatch

    SET THE EXCHANGE RATE Press Menu 7-1 (Tools > Calculator), and then press Options. Select the exchange rate: Foreign units converted to home units or Home units converted to foreign units. Press Select. The exchange rate box opens, with the number 1. Enter the appropriate number and press OK.
  • Page 105: Measure Time

    Note: Using the stopwatch consumes the battery and the phone’s operating time will be reduced. Be careful not to let it run in the background when performing other operations with your phone. Measure time Press Menu 7-2 (Tools > Stopwatch) Scroll to Split timing, then press Select.
  • Page 106: Save The Time

    Each lap time will appear below the running time. If you take more than one lap time, the newest measured time will appear at the top of the list of lap times. You can scroll to review previous times. Save the time While the clock is running, press Stop, then press Options.
  • Page 107: 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 108: Add Money To Your Account

    At Save access phone numbers, press Select. Scroll to Replenish phone number, enter the access number you got from your service provider, and press Select. Scroll to Balance phone number, enter the balance number you got from your service provider, and press OK. The message Saved appears to confirm each entry.
  • Page 109: Set Network Services Features

    15 Set network services features You can subscribe to various network services whose 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 110: Use Your Phone While Traveling

    You can choose from the following network options: 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.
  • Page 111: Communicate With Text Messages

    16 Communicate with text messages You can use your phone to send and receive short text messages and e-mail if your service provider offers the message feature and if you subscribe to the service. Both services are network dependent features, so you must consult your service provider.
  • Page 112: Write And Send A Text Message

    Archive The archive folder stores messages you want to save. Templates The templates folder stores message templates you edit and create. A you can use many times. • WRITE AND SEND A TEXT MESSAGE When writing text messages, use the predictive text method for fast text entry.
  • Page 113: Resend A Message From The Outbox

    Options when writing a text message Send Settings Save Clear text Exit editor Insert name Insert number Allows you to insert a number from the phone book. Use template Attach picture Allows you to attach a picture to a text message. Insert word Insert symbol Predictive text Activates or deactivates predictive text.
  • Page 114: Receive A Text Message

    Scroll to the message, and then press Select. Press Options. Scroll to Send, and press Select. Enter or find the number to which you want to send the message, and press Send. • RECEIVE A TEXT MESSAGE When you receive a text message, the phone plays a message alert tone and the text message icon messages: •...
  • Page 115: Save A Message In The Archive Folder

    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. An emergency message overrides any other message and appears first. OPTIONS FOR A MESSAGE When you press Options while reading a message, you have the following choices.
  • Page 116: Customize Message Settings

    Press Options. Scroll to Save, and then press Select. The message Saved to archive appears. • CUSTOMIZE MESSAGE SETTINGS Select Menu 01-10 (Messages > Message settings) Two options are available under Message settings: • Sending profile - Select Sending profile to view and access the features you can change, in order to customize the default style of the messages you send from your phone.
  • Page 117: Reply To A Message

    Erase messages from folders Press Menu 01-8 (Messages > Erase messages). You will have the following options: All read, Inbox, Outbox, and Archive. Scroll to the folder from which you want to empty all messages and press Select. All messages in that folder will be deleted. If you choose All read, every message you have read will be deleted simultaneously from the inbox, outbox and archive folders.
  • Page 118: 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, and then press Select.
  • Page 119: Reply To Or Forward An E-Mail Message

    Enter a subject and press OK. When the message screen appears, enter your message. The maximum number of characters for message length varies; check with your service provider for details. You can turn on predictive text input if you wish. For information, see “Write with predictive text”...
  • Page 120: Use Templates

    • USE TEMPLATES You can view and edit the preset messages, or templates, that are available for writing a message. Templates can be used when you write, reply to, or edit a message. Work with templates Press Menu 01-7 (Messages > Templates) Scroll to the template you want and press Select.
  • Page 121: Send Picture Messages

    Note: This function can be used only if it is supported by your network operator or service provider. Only phones that offer picture message features can receive and display picture messages. Send picture messages Press Menu 01-1 (Messages > Write message). Select Options, then scroll to Attach picture and press Select.
  • Page 122: Chat With Other Phone Users

    Receive picture messages When your phone displays Message received, press View, then the message appears. If the picture has a text message with it, scroll up or down to see the entire message. Press Save to keep the picture message, or select Back and Exit to delete it.
  • Page 123 and select Chat history or Chat name. Note: You can start a chat session when replying to a regular text message as well. After reading the message, select Options, and then select Chat. Use predictive text for quick replies When you are in a chat session, you can use the phone’s dictionary to help speed up text entry.
  • Page 124: 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 125: Download 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, and then press OK. Delete a viewed business card • While viewing the business card, press Options. •...
  • Page 126: Set The Alarm Clock

    Press OK. The phone saves the new tone in the list of ringing tones. For instructions on changing the ringing tone on your phone, see “Set the ringing tone” on page 72. Discard received ringing tones You can discard a ringing tone if you don’t want to save it. Press Exit.
  • Page 127: Turn Off The Alarm Clock Altogether

    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. Select either am or pm. The am and pm options appear only if you’ve chosen the am/pm format for the clock.
  • Page 128: Your Phone And Other Devices

    (IR) port. Transmission and reception must be to or from an Infrared Data Association (IrDA) compatible phone or device. Your Nokia phone is a Class 1 Laser Product. Tip: The preferable distance between two devices in an infrared connection is from 3 inches to 3 feet. There must be no obstructions between the two devices and both IR ports must be pointed at each other.
  • Page 129: Send And Receive Information

    Check the status of an IR connection The status of an IR connection is shown by the infrared icon • When phone and the other device. • When • When or the connection has been lost. • SEND AND RECEIVE INFORMATION You can transmit information in your phone by infrared (IR) using the industry-standard v.card format.
  • Page 130: 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 (Infrared) When you see the message Business card received, press Show.
  • Page 131: Pc Connectivity

    • PC CONNECTIVITY You can make a serial connection between your Nokia phone and your PC using the DLR-3P serial cable. This cable is available for purchase as an accessory or may be included in your sales package. Once you establish this connection, you can access your phone’s information from your PC,...
  • Page 132: Connect To The Internet

    Important: Internet content received over a secure connection and stored in your browser’s cache may be reused over nonsecure connections and may create security issues. Nokia recommends that you check with your service provider to determine if emptying your browser’s cache after each browsing session or some other method should be used to avoid security issues.
  • Page 133: Set Up For Browsing

    Note: The information or services you have accessed are stored in the cache of your phone. A cache is a buffer memory, which is used to store data temporarily. If you have tried to access or have accessed confidential information requiring a password (for example, your bank account), empty the cache of your phone after each use.
  • Page 134: 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 135: 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 136 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 At the Services menu, press Select. Scroll to Bookmarks and press Select. Press Options.
  • Page 137: Play Games

    Please visit Nokia games services on the Internet for more hints and tips: Warning: Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
  • Page 138: Frequently Asked Questions (Faq)

    “Shortcuts” on page 24. 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 139 Q. How do I store my voice mailbox number? A. Press Menu 01-9-2 (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. If your phone number changes, you will have to save a new voice mailbox number.
  • Page 140 Enter or retrieve the name/number you want to assign this key and press Select. Repeat these steps as many times as necessary. Q. How do I find out the amount of memory I have used in my phone? A. Press Names and scroll to Settings. Press Select.
  • Page 141: Glossary

    22 Glossary Business card Call forwarding A network services feature you use to forward Call lists Call log Call timers Call waiting Electronic serial number In-call options Keyguard Keypad tones Menu Number type locations A business card is the same as an entry in the phone book.
  • Page 142 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 143: Reference Information

    23 Reference information This section provides information about the phone’s batteries, accessories, chargers, safety guidelines and technical information. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change as the batteries, chargers, and accessories change. • BATTERIES AND CHARGERS Check the model number of any charger before use with this device.
  • Page 144: Important Safety Information

    Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic object, like a coin, a clip, or a pen causes a direct connection of the + and - terminals of the battery, which are metal strips on the back of the battery.
  • Page 145: Operating Environment

    Always secure the phone into its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can break loose in a collision or a sudden stop. Note: The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle’s lights or horn on public roads is not permitted.
  • Page 146: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    Reference information 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 manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you have any questions.
  • Page 147: Emergency Calls

    gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Vehicles Only qualified personnel should service the phone or install the phone in a vehicle.
  • Page 148: Make An Emergency Call

    Emergency calls may not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers. Make an emergency call If the phone is not on, switch it on. Enter the emergency number for your present location (for example, 911 or any other official emergency number—emergency numbers vary by location).
  • Page 149 FCC ID GML NPW-2NX. 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 150: Care And Maintenance

    SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band. For SAR information in other regions, please look under product information at Care and maintenance Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care.
  • Page 151: Accessories

    All of the above suggestions apply equally to your phone, battery, charger, or any accessory. If any of them are not working properly, take it to your nearest qualified service facility. The personnel there will assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service. •...
  • Page 152: Charging Times

    Note: The charging times listed in the next section are approximate. Charging times The following table shows battery charging times for the specified charger. Battery Option BLB-3 Li-Ion 1000 mAh Standby and talk times The times shown in the following table are estimates only and represent a range for either standby or talk times (not a combination of both).
  • Page 153: Chargers And Other Accessories

    The chargers and accessories that are described in this section are available for your phone. Contact your dealer for details. Also, refer to the accessories brochure that was included in your sales package for the entire line of Nokia Original Accessories. When a charger is not in use •...
  • Page 154 Mobile Charger (LCH-9) You can charge your phone’s battery from your vehicle battery by using the Mobile Charger (LCH-9). Calls are possible during charging. A green light indicates that the charger is ready for charging (when not charging) or finished charging (if it has been charging).
  • Page 155: Troubleshooting

    Headset (HDC-9P) The headset provides handsfree operation. It connects directly to the phone requiring no additional adapter and you can end a call by pressing the button located on the connecting cord, by the microphone. • TROUBLESHOOTING This section lists some of the most commonly encountered problems and provides possible solutions.
  • Page 156: Technical Information

    Problem Possible cause I can’t listen to my You don’t have voice voice messages. mail service. You have not set up your voice mailbox with your service provider. You have not saved your voice mail number in your phone. You have forgotten your password or are entering it incorrectly.
  • Page 157 Battery voltage (Nominal) Operating temperature -4°F to +104°F (-20°C to +40°C) Number of channels Phone numbers Memory locations 832 lowband 1997 highband 5 per entry [ 146 ]...
  • Page 158: Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty

    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 159 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 160 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 162 This is the entire warranty between the 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.
  • Page 163 Index ABC and 123 modes 30 accessibility alternate formats 81 features 82 mobile inductive loopset 82 solutions 81 TTY contact 81 website 81 accessories 140 activate alarm clock 115 call forwarding 53 adjust the volume 16 advanced calling features 50 alarm clock 115 alarm clock, turning off 116 alternate formats...
  • Page 164 77 set the format 77 show 77 conference calls 52 Connecting to a PC 120 contacting Nokia 8 contacting your service provider 9 Content Copier (PC Suite) 120 contrast, adjusting 17 convert currency 92 currency calculating 93...
  • Page 165 mation 136 emergency calls, making 137 enter characters 31 letters and numbers 29 numbers 30 punctuation 31 spaces 31 enter letters 30 enter names and numbers 29 entering letters and numbers 30 equalizer 17 erase mistakes 32 names and numbers 42 text messages 105 erase names or numbers 42 ESN number 8...
  • Page 166 help 23 home network 99 icons 7 information adding 29 recalling 39 Infrared connections 117 insert symbols 36 interference 1 internet, connecting to 121, 122 activating 117 connecting to a PC 120 receiving a business card 119 sending a business card 118 sending a reminder note 90, 119 status 118 keypad lock 18...
  • Page 167 42 names, add second number to 43 network search 98 network service features 98 network update of the clock 77 Nokia PC Suite 120 number selection 64 number type, changing 44 number types 43 numbers, add to message 36...
  • Page 168 primary number, specifying 44 profile customizing 71 defined 70 renaming 75 selecting 70 punctuation, entering 31 questions, frequently asked 127 quick save, name and number 38 rapid travel charger 142 received calls, checking 46 redial 54 reference information 132 batteries and chargers 132 reminders 119 remove the battery 13 reply to a text message 106...
  • Page 169 shortcuts 24 shortcuts, list of 24 size 145 Software download 120 spaces, entering 31 special characters 32 special features 113 specific absorption rate 137 specify a primary number 44 speed dial 78 standby and talk times 141 standby times analog 141 digital 141 start screen about 14...
  • Page 170 underlined words 35 updates to this guide 8 use the headset 16 vehicle use 135 vibrating alert, setting 73 voice dialing change a voice tag 59 erase a voice tag 59 play back a voice tag 59 voice mail greetings 69 voice mail, setting up 68 voice mail, using 68 voice messages, listening to 69...

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