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Nokia NOK918ANT - 918 Retractable Antenna Owner's Manual

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  • Page 2

    Description of Keys Press and hold the key to switch the phone on and off. Used to enter the menu facility. Used to con- firm a setting in the menu facility. Used to switch between alpha and numeric modes. Used to scroll through menu functions.

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    Press and hold the Ending a Call Press the Last number redial Ensure the display is clear and press Last 5 dialed numbers Ensure the display is clear and press . Press to view dialed numbers. Press to dial Memory Functions...

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    Search for a number Press key to scroll through stored numbers Speed dialing Press a location number (1-40) and then The Menu Facility Enter menu facility Press the Enter function Press the Exit menu facility Press the Menu shortcut Press the...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Calling Card Call ....12 PIN Call ......13 The Phone Directory .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Sending DTMF (“Touch”) Tones ..36 Call Waiting ..... . . 37 Accessories ....39 Reference Information .

  • Page 7: For Your Safety

    Mobile phones can cause interference. Using them on aircraft is illegal. Switch Off When Refueling Do not use the phone at a refueling point. Do not use near fuels or chemicals. Switch Off Near Blasting Do not use the phone where a blasting operation is in progress.

  • Page 8: Making Calls, Emergency Calls, Regulations

    Making Calls  Switch the phone on and make sure it is in service.  Enter the phone number including area code then press . To end a call press . To answer a call press Emergency Calls  Switch the phone on. Make sure it is on and in service.

  • Page 9: Battery And Signal, To Install The Battery, To Remove The Battery

    2. Battery and Signal Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Use only batteries approved by the phone manufacturer and recharge your battery only with the chargers approved by the manufacturer. See “Important Battery Informa- tion” on page 6.

  • Page 10: To Charge The Battery

    Note that if the battery is com- pletely empty and you are using the Standard Travel Charger (ACH-8U), you can’t use the phone until it has enough charge to operate. After the segments of the battery indicator bar stop scrolling and the bar is entirely displayed, the battery is charged.

  • Page 11: To Discharge The Battery

    Talk and Standby Times Battery operation times depend greatly on how you use the batteries, as well as on the coverage of the network and network parameters set by the cellular service provider. Battery Talk Time Standby Time Slim 600 mAh NiMH...

  • Page 12: Important Battery Information

    Use only batteries and chargers approved by the phone manufacturer. • When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week; overcharging may shorten its life.

  • Page 13: Signal Strength Indication

    If the signal is poor and you are using the phone in a building, you may get better reception near a window.

  • Page 14: The Basics, Switching On/off, Making A Call

    Enter the area code + number then If the  is set to on, press again after the tone. See “To Activate PIN Call” on page 13 for details. Check with your operator to see if you must enter the area code.

  • Page 15: Ending A Call, Answering A Call

    Answering a Call • Press or any key except the power key. Note: If keyguard is active, a call can only be answered with When there is an incoming call, the phone rings and  flashes on the display. If you...

  • Page 16: Adjusting The Earpiece Volume, Last Number Redial, Speed Dialing

    Then press to dial it. The phone stores the last five phone numbers you called or attempted to call. This stack of the five last dialed numbers remains in the phone's memory when the phone is switched off.

  • Page 17: Touch Dialing, Key Emergency Dialing, Keyguard

    • Hold for a few seconds. The phone dials the number stored in location 1 of your phone directory (see “The Phone Directory” on page 15) if 1 TOUCH DIALING is set to on (  ). To store the number in the phone directory location 1, see “To Store Numbers and Names”...

  • Page 18: Calling Card Call

    Keyguard locks the phone's keypad to prevent acciden- tal keypresses (e.g. when the phone is in a pocket or a bag).    remains on the display until keyguard is deactivated. Answering a call with Keyguard active • Press During the call, the keypad remains unlocked and the phone can be used normally.

  • Page 19: Pin Call

    You can activate or deactivate PIN Call, a security feature that requires a PIN Code every time you make a call. Note: If you are using the phone in an area that doesn’t require PIN dialing, deactivate PIN Call. To Activate PIN Call...

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    PIN code and press The phone briefly displays  . Making a Call with PIN Call On  Make the call as usual (see “Making a Call” on page 8). The phone displays .  After you hear a tone, press again.

  • Page 21: The Phone Directory, Alpha Mode

    See “Memory Location 40” on page 18 for an important note about Memory Location 40. Note: If you try to store a digit string greater than 16 characters in a short memory location (locations 2-21), the message DIGITS MAX = 16 is briefly displayed and the phone exits the store function.

  • Page 22: To Store Numbers And Names

    Space between letters The identical name may be used only once in memory.   appears when you try to store a name already in memory. To Store Numbers and Names...

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    “  ” prompt then press Notes about Storing Numbers    This appears if the name is already in use. The phone displays the number (in the upper right hand corner) of the location where it is stored. To replace the informa-...

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      prompt. Memory Location 40 Memory Location 40 is special. If you store a number in Memory Location 40 (you would do this in Step 4 of “Menu Method” on page 17), you can make calls to that number even if you turn on the    restric- tion under Menu 4, Restrict Calls.

  • Page 25: To Erase Stored Names And Numbers

    The phone displays  or  . To Erase by Number  Press  . The phone prompts you for a name, as in Step 1 above.  Press , and the phone asks you for a location.  Press until you see the number you want to erase, or enter a location number.

  • Page 26: To Recall Stored Numbers, To Recall Stored Names, Dialed Calls Memory

     Key in the name or its first letter(s), or press until you see the name you want. If you don’t enter any- thing for 5 seconds after  displays, the first stored name will appear. Press to display the phone number.

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    If the list is empty, the phone displays     instead of  . Storing Pause and Wait Characters You can store a 2.5 second pause (p) or a wait (w) character in a stored number. The reason to do this is for automatic sending of Touch Tones.

  • Page 28: The Menu, Accessing Menus By Number

    Note: Menus 10 to 16 cannot be accessed by using this method. Once you’re in the menu, use the  or  key to scroll through the available settings. The current setting is always displayed first. Press to select the displayed setting, or use to exit the menus without changing the settings.

  • Page 29: List Of Menu Functions

    Set the 9 Key Emerg. Allow All dialing on/off Incoming Only 12 1 Touch Dialing Memory Only Set the 1 Key one- touch 5 System Select dialing on/off Select the roaming option: 13 NAM Select Home Type A or B...

  • Page 30: Menu 1, Store To Memory, Menu 2, Find Name, Menu 3, Erase Name

    You can find phone numbers and names stored in the phone with this menu. See “To Recall Stored Names” on page 20 for details on finding a name with Menu 2. Menu 3, Erase Name You can erase the contents of a memory location by name or memory location number with this menu.

  • Page 31: Menu 5, System Select

    (e.g., 911 or another official emergency number) including calls by one-touch emergency dialing. Menu 5, System Select Note: When the menu function   has been set to    and you try to access Menu 5, the phone displays   and exits the menu facility.

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    (that is, try to use your phone in an area other than your “home” network). Your phone must choose which system to use (A or B) so it takes the information from your choice in Menu 5.

  • Page 33: Menu 6, Call Timers

    The operator needs to know your phone number, your phone's ESN (electronic serial number), and how you plan to pay for your calls. There is normally an additional charge for roaming calls. Note: The ESN of your phone is located under the battery of the phone.

  • Page 34: Menu 7, Lights

    Note: See “Menu 13 NAM Select” on page 23 for more information on primary and optional secondary phone numbers.   shows the total amount of time you’ve spent on calls using both of your numbers.   resets all the timers to zero (except the   timer).

  • Page 35: Menu 8, Keypad Tones, Menu 9, Ringing Volume

    When the phone is connected to a handsfree car kit, the lights come on when you press any key and stay on for 15 seconds. The lights also come on when the phone rings and stay on for 15 seconds after the phone rings.

  • Page 36: Menu 10, Ringing Type, Menu 11, Emergency Key 9

      when you aren’t in a call and when you aren’t using the other functions of the phone. This mes- sage is to remind you that the ringing tone is set to off. Note: All other tones of the phone, except for the charger connected tone, are also switched off.

  • Page 37: Menu 12, 1 Touch Dialing, Menu 13, Nam Select

    Keyguard is on. Menu 12, 1 Touch Dialing This menu lets you set the 1 Touch Dialing on or off. With   , you can dial the number stored in memory location 1 by pressing and holding...

  • Page 38: Menu 14, Calling Card

    Note: The phone cannot use both numbers at the same time and you cannot change the number during a call. Note: If your phone is set to your first number, you can only receive calls via that number. You may be able to forward calls from your second number to your first number so you don’t miss any calls, if this service is...

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     Select whether your calling card is Card Type A, B, C, or D (described below). Card Includes these Uses this U.S.A. Type cards access number Sprint 1-800-877-8000 1-800-950-1022 SNET 1-800-555-5321 1-800-888-8000 1-800-674-0700 1-800-225-5483 AT&T 1-800-225-5288 Sprint 1-800-277-7468 PacTel 1-800-522-2020 AT&T10...

  • Page 40: Menu 15, Change Lockcode, Menu 16, Sid Screen

    System Identity (SID) screening information can be pro- grammed into your phone by your dealer. SID screening information lists the networks in which the phone can operate. This menu lets you set SID Screening on or off if SID Screening information has been programmed into your phone.

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     Enter your lockcode and press Depending on the programmed information, and the actual network availability in the area where you are using the phone, SID Screen On or Off has the effects described below. SID Screen On With    , your phone may be able to select the preferred (e.g., low-cost billing rate) type of network.

  • Page 42: Additional Features, Sending Dtmf ("touch") Tones

    Frequency) tones in the phone. Manually Sending Touch Tones Pressing the keys during call sends Touch Tones.  Make a call in the usual way (e.g. to your bank's computer phone number).  Manually enter the digits to be sent as DTMF tones (e.g., your bank account number and password).

  • Page 43: Call Waiting

    1234.  Pauses 2.5 seconds then sends the numbers 3434. If the Menu 8, Keypad Tones, has been set to off, the DTMF tones will still be sent, but you will not hear them. To end the call, press...

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    Note: The Call Waiting network feature needs to be specifically subscribed to and may not be available in all cellular service provider networks. Contact your local service provider for more information.

  • Page 45: Accessories

    7. Accessories An extensive range of accessories is available for your phone. You can select the accessories that best ac- commodate your specific communication needs. For availability of the accessories, please check with your local dealer. A few practical rules for accessory operation: •...

  • Page 46

    6 hours for the 800 mAh battery. Calls can be made during charging, but the charging will be reduced for the duration of the call. Note that if the battery is completely empty, you can’t use the phone until it has enough charge to operate.

  • Page 47

    Like the Standard Travel Charger, the Rapid Travel Charger is compatible with all battery options and is available with different wall plugs. The Rapid Travel Charger can also be used with the Compact Desktop Charging Stand CGH-9. CGH-9 Compact Desktop...

  • Page 48

    The discharge button is equipped with an LED indicator for the spare battery. A blinking red light indicates discharging. A continuous red light indicates charging, and a green light indicates the spare battery is fully charged. Charge the battery until the light turns green. DTK-12 Compact Desktop...

  • Page 49

    When the headset is connected, the HF loudspeaker and microphone are muted. Note: When using the Headset Adapter, connect your charger to the adapter if you need to charge your phone. EXK-2 Executive Kit Consisting of the Rapid Cigarette...

  • Page 50

    A green light indicates that the Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger is ready to charge. Check the charging status on the phone display. The input voltage is 12 or 24 V DC, negative grounding. The Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger can be used with all accessories available for your phone.

  • Page 51

    The charging time for the 600 mAh battery is approximately 60 minutes and for the 800 mAh battery is approximately 90 minutes. The Mobile Installation Charger housing has a four pin connector for the Power Cable PCM-5, and on the...

  • Page 52

    Always secure the phone in its holder. Do not place the phone on the passenger seat or in a place where it can break loose in a collision or sudden stop. AAE-1 Antenna Coupler The optional Antenna Coupler AAE-1 provides your phone with access to an external antenna while the phone is mounted in its holder.

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    The design of the Compact Handsfree Unit comple- ments the smooth lines and shapes of the phone and car dashboard designs. Absence of sharp edges adds to safety. The Compact Handsfree Unit PHF-5 is easy to install with a snap-on swivel mount HHS-6 or mounting plate MKE-7.

  • Page 54

    CARK-81 Handsfree Headset Car Kit The Handsfree Headset Car Kit is an easy-to-install, flexible kit, which offers you Rapid charging and simple handsfree function, as well as access to the external antenna connection. • The Mobile Holder MBT-9 keeps your phone firmly in place.

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    CARK-82 Compact Handsfree Car Kit You may choose the Compact Handsfree Car Kit to provide a convenient charging facility combined with external antenna connection and handsfree capability as well. • The Mobile Holder MBT-9 keeps your phone firmly in place.

  • Page 56: Reference Information, Important Safety Information

    The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle's lights or horn on public roads is not permitted. Remember, road safety always comes first!

  • Page 57

    Only qualified personnel should install or service the phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty which may apply to the unit.

  • Page 58

    To make an emergency call  If the phone is not on, switch it on by pressing and holding the power key.  Press and hold for several seconds to ready the phone for calls.  Enter the emergency number for your present loca- tion (e.g., 911 or another official emergency num-...

  • Page 59: Care And Maintenance

    Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits. Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas as its moving parts can be damaged. Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics.

  • Page 60: Troubleshooting

    If the power comes on, but the phone does not work Check the NO SVC indicator, you might be out of the cellular service area. Make sure that the antenna is properly installed and if your phone has an extendable antenna, make sure that the antenna is extended to its full length.

  • Page 61: Technical Information

    Issue No. 1. © 1996 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. These commodities are authorized by the U.S. Government for export only to Canada, Mexico, or the United States. They may not be resold, diverted, transferred, or otherwise disposed of in any other country, either in their original form or after being incorporated through an intermediate process into other end-items, without the written approval of the U.S.

  • Page 62

    No charge will be made to the Consumer for any such parts . NMPI will also pay for the labor charges incurred by NMPI in repairing or replacing the defective parts.

  • Page 63

    Expenses related to removing the Product from an installation are not covered under this limited warranty. The Consumer will be billed for any parts or labor charges not covered by this limited warranty. The Consumer shall be responsible for expenses related to reinstallation of the Product.

  • Page 64

    NMPI neither assumes nor authorizes any authorized service center or any person or entity to assume for it any other obligation or liability beyond that which is expressly provided for in this limited warranty.

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