Nokia PC Suite 5.1 User Guide PC/PDA Connectivity Guide for the following Nokia phones: 5100, 6100, 6200, 6610, 6800, 7210, 7250, and 7250i...
The Nokia 6200 phone is approved for use in GSM 850 MHz, 1800 MHz, and 1900 MHz networks. The Nokia 6800 phone is approved for use in GSM 850 MHz and 1900 MHz networks. The Nokia 5100, Nokia 6100, Nokia 6610, Nokia 7210, Nokia 7250, and Nokia 7250i phones are approved for use in GSM 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, and 1900 MHz networks.
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Your phone must be connected to your PC or handheld device using infrared or the DKU-5 data cable. • Your data software must be running and must be configured to recognize your Nokia phone as the active modem (see “Wireless modem setup” on page 30).
IR connection is a range of three inches to three feet maximum. There must be no obstructions between the two devices and the IR ports of the two devices have to be pointing at each other. Your Nokia phone is a Class 1 laser product. Enable IR communications Windows Millennium Edition (ME), Windows 2000, and Windows XP (Home or Professional) users do not need to enable IR communications on their PC prior to using this feature.
Nokia PC Suite 5.1 2 Nokia PC Suite 5.1 Nokia PC Suite 5.1 is a collection of powerful tools that you can use to manage phone features and data. PC Suite consists of the following components: • Nokia Connection Manager allows you to monitor the serial connection between your phone and PC and switch to a different type of connection (cable, IR, or Bluetooth) when copying data from one phone to another.
Select modem connection options If you choose to install Nokia Modem Options, you must now select the connection methods you want to use with your phone. For more information on this phase of PC Suite installation, see “Wireless modem setup” on page 30, then return to this chapter for more important information.
Nokia PC Suite 5.1 Important: The DKU-5 data cable and software must be installed properly before you can update your installation of Nokia PC Suite. Please follow the instructions found in the data cable sales package prior to updating PC Suite.
Nokia Connection Manager 3 Nokia Connection Manager Nokia Connection Manager is a utility that allows you to select or change the type of connection between your phone and PC. You may need to use Connection Manager when (for example): •...
Nokia Content Copier uses a wizard-style interface to help you perform the tasks listed above. Launch Content Copier from the Start Menu (Start > Programs > Nokia PC Suite 5 > Nokia Content Copier), then select the task you wish to perform. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the selected task.
Nokia Content Copier You may need to use Nokia Connection Manager to select the type of connection you want Content Copier to use during various stages of the process. For example, if you are trying to copy data from one phone to another and the phone containing the data you want to copy requires a data cable, click the Content Copier Connection button to launch Connection Manager.
Nokia Content Copier log When you have successfully completed one of the Nokia Content Copier tasks, the Finish screen is displayed along with a log of the tasks that were just performed. At the Finish screen, you have the following options: •...
Nokia Sound Converter to upload new SP MIDI ringing tones to your Nokia phone. Use Standard MIDI Files (SMF) You can also use Nokia Sound Converter to modify and convert your favorite songs in Standard MIDI File (SMF) format for use with your phone. There are two types of SMFs: •...
Confirm that your phone appears as the selected destination, and note the number of simultaneous notes and/or instruments your phone can support. Click Next. Nokia Sound Converter analyzes your GM file and moves what it determines as the most important instruments to the top of the priority list. Cumulative polyphony...
Make any changes to the MIDI file title using the Update As dialog box, then click OK. Click Finish to return to the beginning of the Nokia Sound Converter wizard, or click the close button to exit the application. [ 12 ]...
Warning: To avoid any potential loss of data, you should not make or receive calls while synchronizing data between the phone and your PC. Nokia PC Sync cannot be used while a data call is in progress. Likewise, you cannot initiate a data call while synchronizing data with PC Sync.
SIM card are not synchronized with your PIM application. Nokia PC Sync remains running in the background after you synchronize for the first time. PC Sync places an icon in the task bar tray to indicate that the application is running. The colors of the icon change, depending on the status of the IR connection...
Sync tray icon, then click Synchronize. SYNCHRONIZE USING THE NOKIA DCV-14 You can also initiate synchronization when your phone is connected to the Nokia DCV-14 Connectivity Desk Stand. With the PC Sync program already running, press the synchronization button on the front of the stand.
To update PC Sync settings to synchronize with your custom list: Establish a connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync from your PC Start menu. Right-click the PC Sync tray icon, then click Properties. Click the Microsoft Outlook tab.
UPDATE LOTUS ORGANIZER SETTINGS IN PC SYNC Establish a connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync from the Start menu. Right-click the PC Sync tray icon, then click Properties. Click the Lotus Organizer tab.
7 Nokia Image Converter Nokia Image Converter allows you to edit and enhance graphic images for use in your phone. While Nokia Image Converter provides a wizard-style interface to help you perform the various tasks, you can also use the various menus and the toolbar to select the desired function.
Nokia Image Converter Explore image options The Preferences screen is used to select which Nokia phone you wish to use with the current image, as well as resize the image prior to any additional edits. Click the Select phone drop-down arrow, then select the model of your Nokia phone from the list.
ENHANCEMENTS In addition to the special effects, Nokia Image Converter offers an additional set of tools you can use to further enhance your image. There are no adjustments you can make to modify the selected enhancement, and you can only turn them on or off. However, you can apply several of the enhancements simultaneously.
Select the desired file type (for example, .jpg) from the Save as type drop-down list, then click Save. Note: Nokia recommends you save MMS and wallpaper images as JPEG (.jpg) files. When saving JPEG files, Nokia Image Converter prompts you to select an image quality before saving the image to your PC.
Java applications consist of two files and can be identified by the .jad and .jar file extensions. When you download Java applications to your PC for use with your phone, make sure you save both files to the same location. If Nokia Application Installer cannot find the .jar file, a dialog box opens and prompts you for the location of the file.
Nokia Phone Browser 9 Nokia Phone Browser Nokia Phone Browser is an application that allows you to brows the contents of your phone using either Windows Explorer or My Computer. You can use Phone Browser to: • Upload multimedia files (images, MIDI files) to your phone •...
Nokia Phone Browser Phone subfolders You can click the + next to your phone folder to expand the view and display the Gallery folder in your phone. You can click the + next to the Gallery folder to expand the view and display all of the subfolders currently available in the Gallery. You can use Phone Browser to create new subfolders inside the Gallery;...
Nokia Phone Editor 10 Nokia Phone Editor The Nokia Phone Editor program allows you to edit and manage many phone functions from your PC. Phone Editor consists of the following components: • Contacts—is used to manage contacts list entries in your SIM card and in the phone memory. Also used to store contact information on your PC.
Nokia Phone Editor • MANAGE CONTACTS USING PHONE EDITOR Once you launch Nokia Phone Editor, click the Phone folder in the contacts directory. A list of all contacts list entries is displayed in the pane to the right of the contacts directory.
Nokia Phone Editor Copy and move contacts Your PC hard drive offers you substantially more storage space for names and numbers than your phone memory. You can copy contacts list entries to the Phone Editor PC folder to back up your data, or move entries to the PC folder.
• SEND AND MANAGE SMS MESSAGES You can use the Nokia Phone Editor Messages application to send and manage SMS messages from your PC. When you launch the Phone Editor application (with your phone connected using IR), the contents of your phone Messages folders are read into the PC.
Nokia Phone Editor Action Instructions Reply Click the Reply button. Enter your reply message. Verify that recipient contact information is correct, then click the Send button. Forward Click the Forward button. Enter any additional information. Enter the recipient name or number, then click the Send button.
• SELECT NOKIA MODEM OPTION If you select Nokia Modem Option as one of the choices during PC Suite installation, the software needed to use your phone as a wireless modem is installed automatically. The following instructions guide you through the wireless modem setup.
• PERFORM HARDWARE INSTALLATION FOR IR Even though you have installed the Nokia Modem Option software during PC Suite installation, if you want to use an IR connection, you must complete the process by establishing an IR connection between your phone and PC. Depending on your phone and your PC software configuration, Windows may automatically complete the installation once your phone is detected.
• IR AND WINDOWS XP (HOME AND PROFESSIONAL) Even though you have installed the Nokia Modem Option software during PC Suite installation, Windows XP detects your phone and installs it automatically as a Standard Modem over IR link. For optimal performance, update the Windows modem software manually using the instructions below.
Reboot your computer to insure the changes take effect. Important: Please make sure to install this update prior to installing Nokia PC Suite. If you install this software update after installing PC Suite, you must reinstall PC Suite in order for the wireless modem installation to function properly.
Wireless modem setup • LEARN ABOUT NOKIA MODEM OPTION CONTROL PANEL The Nokia Modem Options (NMO) application is installed as a part of the PC Suite installation process (when you select this option), and can be found in the Windows Control Panel.
General packet radio service (GPRS) Your Nokia 5100, 6100, 6200, 6610, 6800, 7210, 7250 or 7250i phone is one of the new generation of phones to take advantage of a higher-speed data protocol called GPRS (general packet radio service). The benefits to you include: •...
Your phone is now configured to access the Internet using the selected APN. You must now configure your data software to establish a connection to the Internet using this APN. Tip: You can also identify an APN using Nokia Modem Option. APN information entered here overrides the active access point selected in your phone.
Double-click Make New Connection, then click Next to begin the Network Connection Wizard. Verify that Dial-up to private network is selected, then click Next. Select only your Nokia phone as the active modem, then click Next. Enter the GPRS network access code, *99# , then click Next.
Click the Set up my connection manually option, then click Next. Click the Connect using a dial-up modem option, then click Next. Select only your Nokia phone as the active modem, then click Next. Type a name for your new connection (for example, Internet-GPRS), then click Next.
Note: Your wireless service provider must support digital data and fax services for this feature to work. Contact your service provider for more information. • CONFIGURE AOL FOR CSD Your AOL software can be configured to use your Nokia phone as a wireless modem when you need to connect using CSD. MODEM SETUP To add your Nokia phone as a modem to the AOL connection setup: From the Sign On screen, click SETUP.
Configure your data and fax software Modify AOL Locations Now that your Nokia phone is configured for use by the AOL software, you need to modify your Locations settings to use your Nokia phone as the active modem. To modify an existing location: From the Connection Setup screen, click the Locations tab.
Configure your data and fax software Note: Data or fax calls using your Nokia phone are possible only if your service provider supports digital data and fax service. You may be required to subscribe to these services. Check with your service provider before attempting to send or receive faxes.
Your Nokia phone is a Class 1 Laser Product. • MODIFY CONNECTIONS PREFERENCES Before you can make data calls using your Palm OS device and your Nokia phone as a wireless modem, you need to create a new connection device in the PalmOS Connections preferences folder.
E-mail, Web browser, or fax programs. Create a GPRS/EDGE data connection Now that your Nokia phone is configured as a wireless modem for use with your PalmOS device, you need to create a dial-up network service configuration to connect you to the GPRS data network.
You can use your Nokia phone as a wireless modem with Pocket PC devices, then use these devices to check e-mail or browse the Web. In addition, AOL offers a software program that allows you to check your AOL e-mail from your handheld device. For more information, go to AOL keyword: PDA You may also be able to send and receive faxes from your Pocket PC device.
Pocket PC device configuration Tap New Connection, then enter a name for the connection (for example, Internet-GPRS). Click the modem selection drop-down arrow, then select the IrCOMM or Generic IrDA option. Set the baud rate to 57600, then tap Next. Enter the GPRS network access code, *99# , in the Phone number field, then click Next.
• CONFIGURE A MODEM CONNECTION-CSD The procedure for creating a new modem connection for use with your Nokia phone is similar to that found in the various Windows desktop operating systems. However, before you can configure your Pocket PC for a CSD data call, you need to obtain the required setup information from your ISP or corporate network Helpdesk.
To connect to your Internet service provider or corporate network: Tap the Start icon , then tap Programs. Tap Connections, then tap your new modem connection (for example, Internet-Nokia phone). Enter your user name, password, and domain (if necessary). Click Connect.
Pocket PC device configuration Before you make a digital data call Before initiating the data call from your Pocket PC device, make sure you establish a connection between your phone and handheld device. Also see “Understand requirements for digital data calls” on page 1. [ 48 ]...
IR modem selection Compatible applications 1 Configure data software 35 file transfer using Nokia Phone Browser 24 Configure fax software 40 folders Configure PC Sync 13 Nokia Phone Browser Connect to a network/Internet 39 Connect to GPRS/EDGE network (Internet) 38...
MIDI file 12 folders Save SMS message as text file 29 update views Saving phone data 8 Nokia Phone Browser components 23 scaleable polyphony 10 Send SMS message 28 Send/manage SMS messages 28 Settings Other data applications 40...
Index make a data call (GPRS) overview (PalmOS) overview (PocketPC OS) Wireless modem setup 30 [ 51 ]...