Nokia 7210 User Manual
Nokia 7210 User Manual

Nokia 7210 User Manual

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  • Page 1 User Guide...
  • Page 2 Nokia 7210 User Guide...
  • Page 3 Phone notes My Nokia 7210 information My number International Mobile Equipment Identifier (IMEI) Voicemail number Wireless provider customer care Message center number Default recipient number (e-mail gateway number) Information source Wireless provider On back of your phone, beneath the battery...
  • Page 4 RSA Security. Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. The information contained in this user guide was written for Nokia model 7210 phone. Nokia operates a policy of on-going development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this...
  • Page 5 eliminated. If you require assistance, contact your local service facility. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety first ........7 An overview of functions .
  • Page 7 Manage phone security ......44 Security levels ..........44 Fixed dialing .
  • Page 8 Set a timed profile......... . .92 Settings (Menu 4) .
  • Page 9 Nokia PC Suite ........
  • Page 10: Safety First

    1 Safety first Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this manual. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Don't use a hand-held phone while driving.
  • Page 11: About Accessories

    OBSERVE INFRARED PRECAUTIONS Do not point the IR beam at anyone’s eyes or allow it to interfere with other IR devices. ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES Use only approved accessories and batteries. Do not connect incompatible products. CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES When connecting to any other device, read its user's guide for detailed safety instructions.
  • Page 12 Safety first Warning: Use only batteries, chargers and accessories approved by the phone manufacturer for use with this particular phone model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be dangerous. For availability of approved accessories, please check with your dealer.
  • Page 13: An Overview Of Functions

    For more information on GPRS, see “GPRS” on page 125. Also, consult the PC Connectivity Guide. The PC Connectivity Guide, Nokia PC Suite, and all related software can be downloaded from the U.S. Mobile Phone products section of www.nokia.com.
  • Page 14: Speakerphone

    Before you can use GPRS technology • Contact your network operator or service provider for availability and subscription to the GPRS service. • Save the GPRS settings for each of the applications used over GPRS. PRICING FOR GPRS AND APPLICATIONS Your wireless provider may charge for GPRS services.
  • Page 15: Welcome And Quick Guide

    PC, laptop, or other device using the data cable or built-in IR port. For more information on connectivity, refer to the PC Connectivity Guide. The PC Connectivity Guide, Nokia PC Suite, and all related software can be downloaded from the U.S. Mobile Phone products section of www.nokia.com.
  • Page 16: Understand Wireless Network Services

    Nokia at www.nokiaaccessibility.com or call 1-888-665-4228 for more information. Look for updates From time to time, Nokia updates this guide to reflect changes. The latest version may be available at www.nokia.com. Also, an interactive tutorial may be available at www.nokiahowto.com.
  • Page 17: Understand Your Phone

    • UNDERSTAND YOUR PHONE IR Port Power key Earpiece Volume keys Display screen Right select key Left select key Talk key End key 4-way scroll keys Number keys Microphone Charger jack Pop-Port connector [ 8 ]...
  • Page 18 Use the antenna Your phone has a built-in antenna. As with any other radio transmitting device, avoid touching the antenna while the phone is powered up. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than necessary.
  • Page 19 IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION Important:Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Use only batteries approved by Nokia and recharge your battery only with the chargers approved by Nokia. Never use any charger or battery which is damaged. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out.
  • Page 20: Install The Sim Card

    REMOVE THE BACK COVER With the back of the phone facing you, push the back cover release button. Lift the bottom of the back cover to remove. REMOVE THE BATTERY After you’ve removed the back cover, insert your finger into the finger grip and lift the battery from its compartment.
  • Page 21 Insert the SIM card into the holder, (beveled corner last) and the gold contacts facing toward the top end of the phone. Close the SIM card holder. Slide the SIM card holder toward the top end of the phone until it locks into place.
  • Page 22: Shared Memory

    In this case, delete some of the information or entries reserving the shared memory. The following functions share dynamic memory that is dependent on the data quantity per item and shared memory available at a time in the Nokia 7210: • Phone book (up to 300 entries) •...
  • Page 23: Get Help

    The International Mobile Equipment Identifier (IMEI) • We also ask that you write down your zip code. Contact Nokia Have your phone or accessory with you when contacting Nokia. Nokia Customer Care Center, USA Nokia, Inc. 7725 Woodland Center Boulevard, Suite 150...
  • Page 24: Get Started With The Quick Guide

    • GET STARTED WITH THE QUICK GUIDE Make a call Answer a call Answer a call with a call waiting End a call Ignore a call Redial last number Adjust call volume Use the in-call menu Use 1-touch dialing Save a name and number Recall a name/number Check voice mail Write and send a...
  • Page 25: Menu Shortcuts

    • MENU SHORTCUTS To access a menu or item, press “Menu,” then enter the numbers associated with the desired menu or item. For example, press Menu 2-2-1 (Call log - Missed calls) to view any Missed calls. 1 MESSAGES Text messages ... . 01-1 Multimedia messages .
  • Page 26: Switch Your Phone On Or Off

    Receive accessibility information Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. For more information, visit the Nokia World Wide Web site www.nokiaaccessibility.com.
  • Page 27: Check The Start Screen

    Note: If the language that appears in your display is not correct, see “Set the display language” on page 94 for information on changing your phone’s display language. • CHECK THE START SCREEN The Start screen is “home base” and indicates your phone is in idle mode. What’s on the Start screen Signal strength Menu...
  • Page 28 Welcome and quick guide Understand indicators and icons Icon Indicates... You have one or more text or picture messages. See “Reply to a message or e-mail” on page 63 You have one or more multimedia messages. See “Read and reply to a multimedia message” on page 68 You have one or more voice messages.
  • Page 29: Use The Selection And Scroll Keys

    Icon Indicates... Integrated handsfree is active, see “Speakerphone” on page 5 Calls are limited to a closed user group; see “Closed user groups” on page 43 The timed profile is selected, see “Profiles (Menu 3)” on page 85 A headset, handsfree or loopset accessory is connected to the phone •...
  • Page 30: Browse Phone Menus

    • BROWSE PHONE MENUS Your phone's features are grouped according to function and are accessed through your phone's main menus. Each main menu contains submenus and lists from which you can select or view items, and customize your phone's features. You can access these menus and submenus by using the scroll method or by using a shortcut.
  • Page 31 pause, the Meeting profile is activated. A complete list of shortcuts begins on the following page. Check in-phone help Many features have brief descriptions (help text) which can be viewed on the display. To view these descriptions, scroll to a feature and wait for about 10 seconds.
  • Page 32 Menu shortcuts 1 MESSAGES To access a menu or item, press “Menu,” then enter the numbers associated with the desired menu or item. For example, press Menu 2-2-1 (Call log - Missed calls) to view any Missed calls..01-1 TEXT MESSAGES Create message .
  • Page 33 3 PROFILES NORMAL3-1 Select ....3-1-1 Customize ... . 3-1-2 Ringing options ..3-1-2-1 Ringing tone .
  • Page 34 Headset ....4-6-1 Default profile..4-6-1-1 Automatic answer . .4-6-1-2 Loopset ....4-6-2 Use loopset .
  • Page 35: Basic Operations

    4 Basic operations • SET THE CLOCK Before many functions such as call timers and other features will operate properly, you need to set the clock. At the Start screen, press Menu 4-1-1 (Settings - Time and date settings - Clock). After a brief pause, Show clock (or Hide clock) Set the time, and Time format appear in the display with Show clock (or Hide clock) highlighted.
  • Page 36: Answer Or Reject An Incoming Call

    Tip: To quickly search the list of entries in your Phone book, press any key in which the letters match the first letter of the name for which you’re searching. Answer or reject an incoming call • Press to answer the call •...
  • Page 37: Call And Setup Your Voicemail

    Adjust the earpiece volume • To increase the volume of a call, press the volume up key on the left side of the phone. • To decrease the volume of a call, press the volume down key on the left side of the phone.
  • Page 38: Options During A Call

    is put on hold. When the new call picks up, press Options, scroll to Conference, and press Select to connect the calls. To add a new participant to the call, repeat steps 2 through 4. HAVE A PRIVATE CONVERSATION WITH ONE OF THE PARTICIPANTS: Press Options, select Private and select the desired participant.
  • Page 39: Set Up Your Phone

    Option Function Answer Answer another incoming call Reject Reject a call; the calling party receives a busy signal Loudspeaker Enable the handsfree feature in your phone Handset Disable handsfree and return to normal use (earpiece) Touch tones Send touch tones generated by your phones keypad Swap Switch between the active call and the call on hold Press Swap to switch between the active call and the call on hold,...
  • Page 40 Position the headset on your ear as it appears in the illustration to the right. With the headset connected, you can make, answer, and end calls as usual. • Use the keypad to enter numbers • Press to place a call •...
  • Page 41 REMOVE THE BATTERY After you’ve removed the back cover, insert your finger into the finger grip and lift the battery from its compartment. REMOVE THE FRONT COVER Press the front cover latch on the top of the phone while gently pulling the top of the front cover away from the rest of the phone.
  • Page 42 Insert the latches from the bottom of the new front cover into the matching holes at the bottom of the phone. Gently push the latches from the middle of the front cover into the matching holes in the middle of the phone. Gently push the cover latch on the top of the front cover through the locking hole in the top of the phone, and snap the cover into place.
  • Page 43: Text Entry

    5 Text entry You can use two methods for entering text and numbers. • The standard mode is the only way to enter names into such things as the Phone book, calendar notes, and renaming caller groups • Predictive text input is a quick and easy method for writing messages •...
  • Page 44: Predictive Text Input

    Enter punctuation and special characters While at any text entry screen, press (press and hold if predictive text is on). The following special characters are available ‘ ¥ ¤ ¡ ¿ § Use four-way scrolling Navigate special characters using the scroll keys much as you would a joystick.
  • Page 45: Write With Predictive Text

    Clock, Alarm clock, and Calendar. Write with predictive text For example, to write Nokia with the English dictionary selected, press each of the following keys only once: (with predictive text on). The illustration below simulates your display each time a key is pressed.
  • Page 46 Add new words to the dictionary If you encounter a word that predictive text doesn’t recognize, a question mark (?) follows the word and Spell appears in the lower left of the display. • Press Spell, enter your new word using the keypad, and press Save. The word is added to the dictionary as well as the message you’re writing.
  • Page 47: Manage Phone Security

    6 Manage phone security Lock the keypad (Keyguard) Remember to lock your phone’s keypad to prevent accidental calls. If the keypad is locked, it unlocks when you receive a call. After the call, the lock automatically reactivates. Important: When Keyguard is on, calls may be possible to dial emergency numbers (for example, 911 or other official emergency numbers).
  • Page 48: Fixed Dialing

    After a brief pause, you’re prompted to enter the security code. The default code is 12345. Enter the security code and press OK. Scroll to Off, Memory, or Phone and press Select. A message appears in the display confirming your selection •...
  • Page 49: View Or Edit The Fixed Dialing List

    Enter the fixed dialing number, or press Find to retrieve a number from your Phone book and press OK. Enter a name for the number and press OK. A confirmation note appears in the display and you’re returned to the fixed dialing number list.
  • Page 50: Access Codes

    Notes about fixed dialing • If a SIM card with fixed dialing that is activated is inserted into a phone that doesn’t support fixed dialing, the SIM card is rejected • If you try to add a name (without a number) to the fixed dialing list, you’ll receive an error message •...
  • Page 51: The Pin Code

    You’re asked to re-enter the new security code for verification. Enter the new security code again and press OK. A message appears in the display confirming your security code has been changed. The PIN code The PIN code protects the SIM card from unauthorized access. The PIN code can be 4- 8 digits in length.
  • Page 52: Closed User Groups

    A message appears in the display confirming your PIN code has been changed. The PIN2 Code The PIN2 code is required for features such as Fixed dialing. If you enter an incorrect PIN2 code three times in succession, the PIN2 code is blocked and you’ll have to enter the PUK2 code.
  • Page 53: The Phone Book

    7 The Phone book Your Phone book can save up to 300 names, with multiple numbers and text notes for each name. The amount of numbers and text entries that you can save may vary, depending on their length and the total number of entries in the Phone book.
  • Page 54: Save Names And Numbers

    Menu item Function 1-touch Display the list of 1-touch dialing numbers saved dialing to memory Service Display a list of numbers related to your numbers wireless provider Own numbers View the numbers (line 1, line 2, data) in use by your SIM card Caller groups View and edit the properties (such as the ring tone) for...
  • Page 55: Save Addresses And Notes

    Press Done to return to the Start screen. Save addresses and notes To save an email address, you’ll need to add it to an existing entry (name). Find the entry (name) in your Phone book to which you’d like to add an address or note.
  • Page 56: Save Multiple Numbers And Text Items Per Name

    Save multiple numbers and text items per name You can save different types of phone numbers and short text items per name to the Phone book. The first number you save for any entry is automatically set as the default, or primary number. At the Start screen, press you wish to add a number or text item.
  • Page 57: Delete Names And Numbers

    Press Details to view the details of the selected name. Edit a name, number or text item Search for the entry as described in the previous section and press Details. Scroll to the name, number or text item you wish to edit and press Options.
  • Page 58: Copy Phone Book Entries

    • COPY PHONE BOOK ENTRIES At the Start screen, press Names, scroll to Copy, and press Select. Scroll to From phone to SIM card or From SIM card to phone and press Select. The following options appear in the display: One by one Select and copy entries one by one Copies all entries from the SIM card or Phone...
  • Page 59: 1-Touch Dialing

    appears in the display. Select Save to save the business card in the phone’s memory, or press Exit (or OK) to discard the business card. SEND A BUSINESS CARD You can send a business card via IR or as an text message to a compatible phone or other handheld device.
  • Page 60: View Info, Service, And Own Numbers

    Enter the number (including the area code) and press OK, or press Find to retrieve a number from your Phone book. Enter a name for the number and press OK. • If 1-touch dialing is off, the phone displays a prompt asking if you’d like to turn 1-touch dialing on.
  • Page 61: Caller Groups

    Note: This feature may not be supported by your SIM card. If so, contact your wireless provider for more information. Press Names at the Start screen, scroll to one of the number types in the following table, and press Select. Number type Used this number to...
  • Page 62 Setup a caller group At the Start screen, press Phone book. Tip: Perform a “quick find” when Phone book entries are displayed by entering the first letter of a name. of the display to indicate you’re performing a search. Scroll to a name you’d like to add to a caller group and press Details. Press Options, scroll to Caller groups, and press Select.
  • Page 63: Menu Functions

    8 Menu functions Messages (Menu 1) If you’ve subscribed to a message service, you can send and receive messages to compatible phones that are also subscribed to a message service. You can also send and receive picture messages, multimedia messages, and e-mail if supported by your network.
  • Page 64: Save Your Message Center Number

    A message (which you’ve composed) has not been sent The message is a delivery report The message is a MMS (multimedia message) Choose your message type You can choose the type of message sent by your phone. Types include Text and Fax. Note: The default message type is Text.
  • Page 65: Tips For Composing A Message

    Note: The Language setting affects the time and date formats of the Clock, Alarm clock, and Calendar. Use predictive text For example, to write Nokia, with the English dictionary selected, press each of the following keys once: (with predictive text on): [ 56 ]...
  • Page 66 The illustration above simulates your display each time a key is pressed. • Press to enter a space and begin writing the next word. • If a displayed word is not correct, press return to the previous word in the list of matches, press Previous. •...
  • Page 67: Write And Send A Text Message

    • When the dictionary is full, the most recent addition replaces the first. Use special characters While entering text, press and hold characters. Press ‘ ¤ ¿ § Use four-way scrolling In features, such as the calendar monthly view, text messages, and special characters, you can move the cursor up and down as well as left and right.
  • Page 68: Read Messages

    Compose a message using the keypad and press Options. Scroll to Send and press Select. Enter the recipient’s phone number, or press Find to retrieve a number from your Phone book, and press OK. Your message is sent. Read messages When you receive a message, your phone beeps and Message received appears in the display as well as the unopened letter icon ( Press Show to read the message, or Exit to move it to your inbox.
  • Page 69: Picture Messages

    You can also create pictures and send them to your phone or other compatible phones using Nokia PC Suite. Note: This function can be used only if it is supported by your wireless provider.
  • Page 70: When You Receive A Picture Message

    When you receive a picture message When you receive a picture message, your phone beeps and Message received appears in the display as well the message icon ( Press Show to view the picture message, or press Exit to move it to your inbox.
  • Page 71: E-Mail

    Write a message using the keypad (or enter nothing if you choose to just send a picture), and press Options. Tip: Insert pictures before adding text. You can then check remaining space for text in the upper right corner of the display. Scroll to Insert picture and press Select.
  • Page 72 Important:The e-mail address is included in the total character count for an e-mail message, which is 160 characters. Note: You cannot insert pictures into e-mail. Note: Wireless providers may customize the text message settings interface. For more details about text message services, please contact your wireless provider.
  • Page 73: Multimedia Messages

    READING THE MESSAGE LATER: Press Menu, and select Messages, Text messages and Inbox. If more than one message is received, select the message you want to read and press Select. An unread text message is indicated by and an unviewed picture message by •...
  • Page 74: Other Mms Settings

    Define MMS settings Before you can use the multimedia message feature, you need to first define the way you want to receive the messages. ALLOW MULTIMEDIA RECEPTION You can choose to receive all messages or to receive messages only when you are in the service provider’s home network.
  • Page 75 At the Start screen, press Menu 01-6-2 (Messages - Message settings - Multimedia msgs.). After a brief pause, a list of options appears in the display. Scroll to an option. Press Select to activate the option or to enter its submenu. Message Function Setting...
  • Page 76 The connection settings in the following table appear in the display. Scroll to a setting. Press Select to enter the setting’s submenu. Connection Function setting Settings’ name Rename the setting to your preference Homepage Enter the homepage where your browser retrieves multimedia messages Session mode Select session modes Temporary or Permanent...
  • Page 77: Write And Send A Multimedia Message

    Write and send a multimedia message For availability and subscription to the multimedia messaging service, contact your wireless provider. At the Start screen, press Menu 01-2-1 (Messages - Multimedia messages - Write message). After a brief pause, the message entry screen appears in the display.
  • Page 78 Option Function Forward to Forward the message to an e-mail address e-mail Edit Edit the message. You can only edit messages that you’ve written Details View the message subject, size, and class Save tone Save a ringing tone, if included, to the gallery Zoom in Enlarge the picture Save image...
  • Page 79: Voice Messages

    and press Select. When you receive a reply, the message from the other person is shown above your original message. To reply to the message, press OK and repeat the steps 4 and 5. To end the chat session, press OK and select Quit. •...
  • Page 80: Automate Voicemail

    Tip: Save yourself the trouble of entering the mailbox codes each time you dial voicemail. See “Automate voicemail” later in this section for more information. Call and setup your voicemail Once you’ve saved the voice mailbox number, press and hold When you connect to voicemail and the pre-recorded greeting begins, follow the service’s automated instructions to setup your voicemail.
  • Page 81 Write down your interaction with the recorded prompts step-by-step. Keep in mind that each voicemail service may vary. However, it should look something like this: Dial 2145551212, pause 5 seconds, press 1, pause 2 seconds, press 1234, press pound key. Important: Be precise, you’ll need this information in “Setup voicemail with dialing codes”...
  • Page 82: Message Options

    enter twice after the voice mailbox number, such as 2145551212pp. Enter any remaining pauses, PIN codes, and other information that allows you to listen to your messages, then press OK. Enter a name (such as Voicemail) and press OK. A message appears in the display confirming your 1-touch dialing location has been saved.
  • Page 83: Organize Messages With Folders

    Option Function Copy to Copy text from the beginning of the message to your Calendar phone’s calendar as a reminder note for the current day. Message View the sender’s name and phone number, the details message center used, reception date and time. •...
  • Page 84: Templates Folder

    Templates folder Pictures and pre-written templates are stored in the Templates folder. Pre-loaded templates can be edited/customized. My folders Keep your messages organized by creating custom folders and saving some of your messages there. ADD A FOLDER OF YOUR OWN At the Start screen, press Menu 01-1-7 (Messages - Text messages - My folders).
  • Page 85: Delete Messages

    • DELETE MESSAGES If your message memory is full and you have more messages waiting at the network, blinks in on Start screen. You can do the following to create more space: • Read some of the unread messages and then delete them •...
  • Page 86 Change text, e-mail and picture message settings At the Start screen, press Menu 01-6-1-1 (Messages - Message Settings - Text messages - Sending profile). If more than one message profile set is supported by your SIM card, scroll to the set you wish to change and press Select. Message Function Setting...
  • Page 87 OVERWRITE SETTINGS FOR TEXT, E-MAIL, AND PICTURE MESSAGES When the message memory is full, your phone can’t send or receive any new messages. However, you can set your phone to automatically replace old messages in the Inbox and Outbox folders when new ones arrive. Press Menu, 01-6-1 (Messages - Message settings - Text messages).
  • Page 88: Use The Info Message Service

    RECEIVE MULTIMEDIA CONNECTION SETTINGS AS A TEXT MESSAGE You may be able to receive multimedia connection settings as a text message from your wireless provider. For more information, contact your wireless provider. SELECT A FONT SIZE Press Menu 01-6-3-1 (Messages - Message settings - Other settings - Font size).
  • Page 89 Note: For more information on topics, contact your wireless provider. Use service commands Use the Service commands editor to enter and send service requests (also known as USSD commands) to your wireless provider. Contact your wireless provider for information about specific service commands. At the Start screen, press Menu 01-7 (Messages - Service commands).
  • Page 90: Call Log (Menu 2)

    Call log (Menu 2) Call log stores information about the last 10 missed, 10 received, or 20 dialed calls. It also adds the total duration of all calls. When the number of calls exceed the maximum, the most recent call replaces the oldest.
  • Page 91: View Missed Calls

    • VIEW MISSED CALLS Missed calls are calls that were never answered. You can check for missed calls in two ways: Note: The Missed calls feature does not function while your phone is off or outside of the service area. If # missed call appears in the display, press List.
  • Page 92: View Dialed Numbers

    • VIEW DIALED NUMBERS You can view dialed numbers in one of two ways: At the Start screen, press appear in the display. At the Start screen, press Menu 2-3 (Call log - Dialed numbers). After a brief pause, your most recently dialed numbers appear in the display.
  • Page 93: View Call Duration

    • VIEW CALL DURATION Duration of last call. At the Start screen, press Menu 2-5-1 (Call log - Call timers - Duration of last call). The duration of your last call appears in the display. Duration of dialed calls. At the Start screen, press Menu 2-5-2 (Call log - Call timers - Duration of dialed calls).
  • Page 94: Profiles (Menu 3)

    Profiles (Menu 3) Profiles define how your phone reacts when you receive a call or a message, how your keypad sounds when you press a key, and more. Ringing options, keypad tones, and other settings for each of the 5 available profiles can be left at their default setting, or customized to suit your needs.
  • Page 95: Set A Timed Profile

    Use the scroll keys to display each of the options in the following table. Once you arrive at the option you’d like to customize, press Select. Note: You cannot rename the Normal profile. Custom profile options Ringing options Ringing tone Ringing volume Vibrating alert Message alert tone...
  • Page 96 At the Start screen, press Menu 3 (Profiles). After a brief pause, the list of profiles appears in the display. Scroll to the profile you wish to activate and set for timed expiration, then press Select. Scroll to Timed and press Select. Enter the time for the profile to expire and press OK.
  • Page 97: Settings (Menu 4)

    Settings (Menu 4) Set the clock At the Start screen, press Menu 4-1-1 (Settings - Time and date settings - Clock). After a brief pause, Show clock (or Hide clock) Set the time, and Time format appear in the display with Show clock (or Hide clock) highlighted.
  • Page 98: Call Settings

    After a brief pause, Show clock (or Hide clock) Set the time, and Time format appear in the display with Show clock (or Hide clock) highlighted. Scroll to Time format and press Select. Scroll to 24-hour or am/pm and press Select. A message appears in the display confirming your selection.
  • Page 99 ACTIVATE CALL FORWARDING Note: This is a network dependent feature. All options listed in the following table may not appear in the display. Contact your wireless provider for more information. At the Start screen, press Menu 4-2-1 (Settings - Call settings - Call forwarding).
  • Page 100: Anykey Answer

    Your phone calls the network to activate the feature you’ve requested. The network sends a confirmation note when the feature has been activated successfully. CANCEL CALL FORWARDING • At the Start screen, press Menu 4-2-1-8 (Settings - Call settings - Call forwarding - Cancel all call forwarding).
  • Page 101: Call Waiting

    Scroll to any empty slot and press Assign. Enter the number (including the area code) and press OK, or press Find to retrieve a number from your Phone book. Enter a name for the number and press OK. MAKE A CALL WITH 1-TOUCH DIALING •...
  • Page 102 TURN OFF SUMMARY AFTER CALL At the Start screen, press Menu 4-2-6 (Settings - Call settings - Summary after call). After a brief pause, On and Off appear in the display. Scroll to Off and press Select. Send my caller identity with next call You can prevent your number from being displayed on the receiving party’s caller ID.
  • Page 103: Phone Settings

    • PHONE SETTINGS Set the display language At the Start screen, press Menu 4-3-1 (Settings - Phone settings - Language). After a brief pause, Automatic, English, Português, Español, and Français appear in the display. Scroll to the language of your choice and press Select. Note: The Language setting affects the time and date formats of the Clock, Alarm clock, and Calendar.
  • Page 104: Welcome Note

    When this function is selected, your phone will indicate when it is used in a system cell based on Micro- Cellular Network technology. MCN technology increases the capacity of wireless networks in urban areas. The setting will remain in effect even if the SIM card is changed or the phone is switched off.
  • Page 105: System Selection

    System selection You may be able to manually search for another network which has a roaming agreement with your home wireless provider. At the Start screen, press Menu 4-3-5 (Settings - Phone settings - System selection). After a brief pause, Automatic and Manual appear in the display.
  • Page 106: Display Settings

    ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE HELP TEXT The default setting for Help text is On. However, you can turn help text on or off by doing the following from the Start screen. Press Menu 4-3-7 (Settings - Phone settings - Help text activation). After a brief pause, On and Off appear in the display. Scroll to your choice and press Select.
  • Page 107: Color Schemes

    If Replace current wallpaper? appears in the display, press OK. A message appears in the display confirming your selection. ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE WALLPAPER Press Menu 4-4-1 (Settings - Display settings - Wallpaper). After a brief pause, On, Off, and Change image appear in the display. Scroll to On or Off and press Select.
  • Page 108: Tone Settings

    Display brightness You can change the brightness of your phone’s display. Press Menu 4-4-5 (Settings - Display settings - Display brightness). After a brief pause, a bar chart appears in the display indicating the current brightness level. Use the left and right scroll keys ( to adjust the contrast level to your preference.
  • Page 109: Security Settings

    • Automatic answer - Calls are answered automatically after 1 ring when a car kit is connected. Scroll to On or Off and press Select. • Lights - Choose to keep the phone lights always on, or to shut off automatically after several seconds.
  • Page 110: Alarm Clock (Menu 5)

    Alarm clock (Menu 5) The alarm clock is based on your phone’s internal clock. It sounds an alert any time you specify and even works if the phone is off. • SET AN ALARM IF AN ALARM HAS NOT BEEN SET At the Start screen, press Menu 5 (Alarm clock).
  • Page 111: Turn Off An Alarm That Has Been Set

    Note: If you don’t press a key, the alarms stops (snoozes) for 5 minutes, and then sounds again. WITH THE PHONE OFF The alarm sounds. If you press Stop the following appears in the display: Switch the phone on? Note: The phone will only power up if you select Yes when Switch the phone on? appears in the display.
  • Page 112: Radio (Menu 6)

    Radio (Menu 6) Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. To listen to the FM radio on your phone connect the HDS-3 stereo headset or HDB-4 boom headset to the connector on the bottom of the phone.
  • Page 113: Save A Radio Channel

    Option Function Automatic Briefly press either scroll key to start the channel tuning search up or down. Press OK when a channel is found. Manual tuning Press Set frequency Manually enter the frequency of a known radio station Delete Delete a saved channel channel Loudspeaker Listen to the radio through the speakerphone...
  • Page 114: Gallery (Menu 7)

    You can download images and tones via MMS, WAP, or Nokia PC Suite. Note: This feature uses shared memory. Please see “Shared memory” on page 13 for more information.
  • Page 115: View Folders

    • VIEW FOLDERS At the Start screen, press Menu 7-1(Gallery - View folders), and then press Select. A list of folders appear in the display. Scroll to a folder, such as Images or Tones and press Open. Scroll through the list of images or tones, and press Options. Press Select to activate the option or to enter its submenu.
  • Page 116: Organizer (Menu 8)

    Organizer (Menu 8) Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. Your phone has many useful features for organizing your everyday life, including a calendar and a to-do list.
  • Page 117: Monthly View

    • MONTHLY VIEW Monthly view provides an overview of the selected month and weeks. It also allows you to jump to a specific date. Any days or dates that appear in bold font contain calendar notes such as a meeting or reminder. •...
  • Page 118: Options While Viewing A List Of Notes

    • For a Call note, you’re prompted to enter a phone number, a name, and the time. You’re then given the option to set an alarm. • For a Birthday note, you’re prompted to enter the person’s name, and year of birth. You’re then given the option to set an alarm. •...
  • Page 119: Send A Calendar Note To Another Device

    Calendar note options *Move Move the note to another date on your calendar Enable the note to recur on a regular basis (daily, *Repeat weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, and yearly) Go to date Jump to another date on your calendar Send the note to another device via Infrared or as a text *Send note message or in vCal format Copy the note.
  • Page 120: Make A To-Do List

    If you selected Via Infrared, align the infrared ports of both devices and press Select. The note is sent. If you selected As note, enter the number for the recipient (or press Find to retrieve a number from your Phone book), and press OK.
  • Page 121: Add A To-Do Note

    Add a to-do note At the Start screen, press Menu 8-2 (Organizer - To-do list). After a brief pause, press Options. If this is your first time to use the to-do list, Add is highlighted. You can also go to the Calendar. Press Select, enter your to-do note and press Options.
  • Page 122: Games (Menu 9)

    Games (Menu 9) Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Donot switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. At the Start screen, press Menu 9 (Games). After a brief pause, the list of game submenus in the following table appear in the display.
  • Page 123: Launch A Game

    • LAUNCH A GAME Press Menu 9-1 (Games - Select game). After a brief pause, a list of games appears in the display. Scroll to a game and press will launch. Otherwise, a list of games within the selected game set appears in the display.
  • Page 124: Applications (Menu 10)

    Applications (Menu 10) The phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch on the phone when the use of a wireless phone is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. With the Applications menu you can manage the Java applications installed on your phone, or those that may be offered by your wireless provider.
  • Page 125: Application Options

    • APPLICATION OPTIONS Option Function Open Opens the selected application or application set Delete Delete the application or application set from your phone. Web access Provides options for restricting network access Ask first (ask for net access) Allowed (allow net access) Not allowed (to not allow net access) Check version Check if a new version of the application is available for download...
  • Page 126: Memory Status For Applications

    Use the Java Application installer from PC Suite to download the applications in your phone. Note: Nokia does not warrant for applications from non-Nokia sites. If you choose to download Java applications from non- Nokia sites, take precautions for security or content.
  • Page 127: Extras (Menu 11)

    Extras (Menu 11) Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. • USE THE CALCULATOR The calculator in your phone adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, counts the square and the square root and converts currency values.
  • Page 128: Use The Currency Converter

    • USE THE CURRENCY CONVERTER You can convert foreign currency to domestic, or vice versa directly from the Start screen. At the Start screen, enter a currency amount to convert. Press Options, scroll to one of the following and press Select: To home Converts foreign currency to domestic currency To foreign...
  • Page 129: Use The Countdown Timer

    • USE THE COUNTDOWN TIMER The countdown timer is like an egg-timer or the timer on your microwave oven. You can enter a specified time (up to 99 hours and 59 minutes), and when the time runs out, your phone sounds an alarm. Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function.
  • Page 130: Use The Stopwatch

    STOP THE TIMER BEFORE THE ALARM SOUNDS At the Start screen, press Menu 11-2 (Extras - Countdown timer). After a brief pause, Change time and Stop timer appear in the display. Scroll to Stop timer and press Select. Timer stopped appears in the display.
  • Page 131: Measure Split Time

    Press Start to begin split timing. The running time appears on the screen. Measure split time You can use the split time function for such things as a long distance race when you need to pace yourself. Press Menu 11-3 (Extras - Stopwatch). After a brief pause, a list of options appear in the display.
  • Page 132 Enter a name for the measurement and press OK. If you don’t enter a name, the total time is used as the default title for the lap time. STOP THE LAP TIMER Press Stop to end the lap timer. Choose other stopwatch options You can choose the following options when using the Stopwatch.
  • Page 133: Connectivity (Menu 12)

    Connectivity (Menu 12) Note:Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. You can make a serial connection between your phone and a PC using the DKU-5 data cable, which is available for purchase as an accessory.
  • Page 134: Gprs

    SEND AND RECEIVE DATA VIA IR • Ensure that the IR ports of the sending and receiving devices are pointing at each other and that there are no obstructions between the devices. The preferable distance between the two devices in an infrared connection is from 3 inches to 3 feet.
  • Page 135: Using Data Communication Applications

    GPRS dial-up connections When you use your Nokia phone as a wireless modem, you have the option of enabling GPRS connectivity from your PC or laptop computer. Note: Before you can use GPRS for dial-up connections you must first subscribe to the GPRS network service. Contact your service provider for details on pricing and availability.
  • Page 136: Nokia Pc Suite

    Use the Nokia Sound Converter to convert General MIDI files for use with MMS messages and as ringing tones for your phone. • Use the Nokia Phone Editor to edit your phone book and settings from your PC. • Synchronize the Phone book and reminders with PIM applications such...
  • Page 137: Services (Menu 13)

    Services (Menu 13) Your phone has a built-in browser you can use to connect to selected services on the Internet. You can view weather reports, check news or flight times, view financial information, and much more. Note: This feature is network dependent. Contact your wireless provider for more information.
  • Page 138: Set Up For Browsing

    It’s likely that your wireless provider has created a home page and set up your browser to go to this page when you log on to the Internet. Once at your service provider’s home page, you may find links to a number of other sites.
  • Page 139: Use Browser Options

    • USE BROWSER OPTIONS The Services menu gives you the options shown in the following table. Some wireless providers may have customized the options on the Services menu. Contact your wireless provider for more information if any of the options shown in the following table are not available. Choice Home Starts the browser and takes you to your service...
  • Page 140: Examples Of Wireless Internet Sites

    Examples of wireless Internet sites The following illustrations show most of the elements you may find on a wireless Internet site. These are examples only. 1) Header line: shows the current Internet site. 2) Active link: appears as a highlighted word. 3) Inactive link: appears as an underlined word.
  • Page 141: Use Bookmarks

    • USE BOOKMARKS You can save addresses for your favorite sites as bookmarks. A bookmark helps you find a site again, just as a slip of paper helps you find a page in a book. You can add up to 30 bookmarks to your browser. Set a bookmark while browsing Press Menu 13-2 (Services - Bookmarks).
  • Page 142: Gprs Icons

    About authority certificates To use some WAP services, such as banking services, you need an authority certificate. Using the certificate can help you to improve the security of connections between your phone and a WAP server. You can download the certificate from a WAP page if the WAP service supports the use of authority certificates.
  • Page 143: Set Up An Automatic Connection

    Set up an automatic connection Some service providers may have customized the options on the Services menu. Contact your service provider for more information if the options shown here are not available. Important: GPRS may not be available in all wireless networks. The establishment and continuation of a GPRS and Internet connection depends on network availability, service provider support, and signal strength.
  • Page 144: Make A Call While Online

    Make a call while online When you are browsing a WAP card and want to make a call, you can select Use number. Your phone then searches the information on the WAP card for a string of numbers. You can then choose from the number or numbers displayed to place the call.
  • Page 145: Accessories

    9 Accessories Standard 720 mAh Li-Ion Battery (BLD-3) Provides up to 5 hours of talk time. Provides up to 3 hours talk time with the speaker. Provides up to 10 days of standby time. Radio and headset up to 20 hours. Radio and speaker up to 8 hours.
  • Page 146 Loopset (LPS-4) With the Nokia Loopset, people who use a T-coil equipped hearing aid have the freedom to talk on a digital mobile phone. The loopset goes around your neck - so it can be worn comfortably and discreetly.
  • Page 147 The full car kit is a complete handsfree solution for your vehicle. Xpress-on Color Covers Express yourself with Xpress-on unique style. Nokia 7210 color covers available in yellow, black, and red. Leather carry case (CSL-32) • Luxurious leather carry case •...
  • Page 148: Reference Information

    10 Reference information This section provides information about your phone’s batteries, accessories, chargers, safety guidelines and technical information. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change as batteries, chargers, and accessories change. • BATTERIES AND CHARGERS This phone is intended for use when supplied with power from the ACP-12U and LCH-9 chargers.
  • Page 149 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 end of the battery.
  • Page 150: Important Safety Information

    • IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Traffic safety Do not use a wireless telephone while driving a vehicle. 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. Remember road safety always comes first! Operating environment Remember to follow any special regulations and always switch off your...
  • Page 151: Hearing Aids

    Hearing aids Some digital wireless phones may interfere with hearing aids. In the event of such interference, consult your wireless provider. Other medical devices Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including cellular phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices.
  • Page 152 Reference information or butane), areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders, and any other area where you would be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Vehicles Only qualified personnel should install or service the phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and invalidate the warranty.
  • Page 153: Emergency Calls

    Emergency calls Important: This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals and cannot be guaranteed to connect in all conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (such as medical emergencies). Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be switched on and in a service area with adequate signal strength.
  • Page 154: Certification Information

    Reference information Certification Information 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 radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
  • Page 155 FCC ID PYA NHL-4. 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. When carrying the phone while it is on, place the phone in the specific carrying case that has been tested for compliance.
  • Page 156: Care And Maintenance

    11 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 to enjoy this product for many years. When using your phone, battery, charger, or any accessory: •...
  • Page 157: Troubleshooting

    • TROUBLESHOOTING The following table lists some common problems and their solutions. Problem The charger and phone aren’t properly connected My phone isn’t charging The charger is not properly plugged into the wall My phone isn’t The battery isn’t charged making/ The signal strength is poor receiving calls...
  • Page 158: Frequently Asked Questions

    16. 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 159 Q. How do I store my voice mailbox number? A. Press Menu 01-4-2 (Messages - Voice messages - Voice mailbox number). Enter your voice mailbox phone number, and press OK. Q. How do I call my voice mailbox number (retrieve voice messages)? A.
  • Page 160 Q. How do I find my phone’s Model number and IMEI number? A. The model number and IMEI numbers are located on a label under the phone’s battery. Turn your phone off, remove the back cover and then remove the battery from the phone. Q.
  • Page 161: Glossary

    13 Glossary Business card A business card is the same as an entry in the phone book. It may contain a name, phone number, and text entry. It can also be sent to other devices. Call forwarding A network services feature you use to forward incoming calls to another number.
  • Page 162 Predictive text A method of entering information in your phone that uses a dictionary to predict, or guess, what you are writing. Profile A group of settings you can use to customize the way your phone works. Quick save A fast method for saving a number. Ringing tone The sound your phone makes when you receive a call.
  • Page 163: Technical Information

    14 Technical information Feature Weight Wireless networks Size (volume) Frequency Range (Tx) Frequency Range (Rx) Tx Output Power Battery Voltage Number of channels Memory locations Specification 2.92 oz. (82.78 grams) with BLD-3 700 mAh Li-Ion Battery GSM 900, 1800, and 1900 networks 4.1 cubic inches (67 cubic centimeters) GSM 900: 880 - 915 Mhz GSM 1800: 1710 - 1785 Mhz...
  • Page 164: 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 165 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 166 Product. e) Nokia will repair the Product under the limited warranty within 30 days after receipt of the Product. If Nokia cannot perform repairs covered under this limited warranty within 30 days, or...
  • Page 167 FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE CONSUMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. NOKIA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF ANTICIPATED BENEFITS OR PROFITS,...
  • Page 168 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.
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  • Page 170: Appendix A

    Appendix A Message from the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association) to all users of mobile phones. © 2001 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. All Rights Reserved.1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036. Phone: (202) 785-0081 [ 161 ] Appendix A...
  • Page 171 Safety is the most important call you will ever make. A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use Tens of millions of people in the U.S. today take advantage of the unique combination of convenience, safety and value delivered by the wireless telephone. Quite simply, the wireless phone gives people the powerful ability to communicate by voice--almost anywhere, anytime--with the boss, with a client, with the kids, with emergency personnel or even with the police.
  • Page 172 call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow and ice can be hazardous, but so is heavy traffic. As a driver, your first responsibility is to pay attention to the road. 5 Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. If you are reading an address book or business card, or writing a "to do"...
  • Page 173 For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE. For updates: http://www.wow-com.com/consumer/issues/driving/ articles.cfm?ID=85 © 2001 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. All Rights Reserved.1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036. Phone: (202) 785-0081 [ 164 ]...
  • Page 174: Appendix B

    Appendix B Appendix B Message from the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) to all users of mobile phones. July 18, 2001 ... For updates: http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones [ 165 ]...
  • Page 175: Consumer Update On Wireless Phones

    Consumer Update on Wireless Phones 1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard? The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of radiofrequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used.
  • Page 176 Appendix B The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called cell mobile or PCS phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF) because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head.
  • Page 177 & FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications Internet Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in government, industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts to independent investigators.
  • Page 178 Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless phone use. 10.
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  • Page 180: Authority Certificates

    Index Numerics 1-touch dialing assign a key ... 50 , 91 change numbers ..51 erase numbers ... . 51 make a call .
  • Page 181: Call Forwarding

    view received notes ..111 call duration ....84 viewing ....84 call forwarding .
  • Page 182 USA ..... 14 customize display language ..94 data cable ....137 data synchronization date, setting .
  • Page 183: Modem Setup

    ....126 moving messages ... 75 Nokia PC suite ... . . 127 Nokia website .
  • Page 184: Software Download

    batteries and chargers ..139 removing folders ... . 75 safety aircraft ....143 emergency calls .
  • Page 185: Wireless Internet

    ....131 how to read ... . 131 write and send a message www.nokia.com ... . 126 . . . 58...

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