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Nokia 5190 - Cell Phone - GSM User Manual

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Nokia PC Suite 4.85
User Guide
PC/PDA Connectivity Guide
for the
Nokia 6590/6590i Phone


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    Nokia PC Suite 4.85 User Guide PC/PDA Connectivity Guide for the Nokia 6590/6590i Phone...

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    Copyright © 2003 Nokia. All rights reserved. Nokia, Nokia 6590, 6590i, 3360, 5190, 6190, 6340, 6360, 7160, 7190, 8290, 8890, 8390, the Nokia Connecting People, and the Nokia original accessories logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Electronic document created in United States January 16, 2003.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Tour Nokia Phone Editor and Contacts window........

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    Wireless modem setup for Nokia 6590/6590i phone........

  • Page 5: Introduction

    PC Personal Information Manager (PIM) application for use with Nokia PC Sync Note: Nokia Content Copier (a component of Nokia PC Suite) supports a variety of Nokia phones, some of which make their connection to a PC via serial cable. For a list of compatible phones and connection methods, please see “Compatible phones”...

  • Page 6: Abbreviations

    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 infrared communications Windows Millennium Edition (ME), Windows 2000, and Windows XP (Home or Professional) users do not need to enable infrared communications on their PC prior to using this feature.

  • Page 7: Install Nokia Pc Suite 4.85

    Install Nokia PC Suite 4.85 2 Install Nokia PC Suite 4.85 Nokia PC Suite 4.85 is a collection of powerful tools that you can use to manage your phone’s features and data. PC Suite consists of the following components: •...

  • Page 8: Remove Pc Suite

    Select the language you wish to use with PC Suite, then click Next. Note: If you have a PIM application installed on your PC (Outlook, Lotus Organizer, etc.) and you want to use it with Nokia PC Sync, you should select the same language used by your PIM.

  • Page 9: Nokia Content Copier

    You can also use this application to transfer information between other Nokia 6590/6590i phones in your family. The following table shows a list of phones compatible with Nokia Content Copier, as well as the method of connection to the PC: Nokia model:...

  • Page 10: Nokia Connection Manager

    Nokia Connection Manager 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 copy data from one of the phones listed on the previous page and the source phone requires a serial cable, click Content Copier’s...

  • Page 11: Other Phones

    At the Finish screen, you have the following options: Click Save to save the log (.LOG) file to your PC’s hard drive. • • Click New Action to return to the beginning of the Nokia Content Copier wizard. Click Finish to exit Nokia Content Copier. •...

  • Page 12: Nokia Pc Composer

    4 Nokia PC Composer Nokia PC Composer allows you to create new ringing tones for your Nokia phone. Once you create a new ringing tone, you can transfer it to your phone via IR. You can also send a ringing tone you create with PC Composer via SMS to another compatible phone in your network.

  • Page 13: Compose A New Ringing Tone

    70. Use the note counter to the right of the Status Bar to monitor the length of your new ringing tone. Create a new ringing tone Launch Nokia PC Composer (click Start, point to Programs, point to Nokia PC Suite, then click Nokia PC Composer). Insert point Click the appropriate note (or rest) button.

  • Page 14: Other Pc Composer Views

    Nokia PC Composer • OTHER PC COMPOSER VIEWS In addition to using the standard music staff to compose new ringing tones, the following options are available: • Tracker - displays notes as events on a time line as well as other MIDI and tempo data General - used to set Song Title, overall tempo, and adjust overall pitch up or down •...

  • Page 15: Create Ringing Tones From Midi Files

    • CREATE RINGING TONES FROM MIDI FILES Nokia PC Composer allows you to open Standard MIDI files, then convert the data to ringing tone format. Now you can carry your favorite PC MIDI file as a ringing tone in your phone.

  • Page 16: Work With Rtttl Ringing Tone Files

    Nokia PC Composer Edit and save You may need to edit the converted MIDI information (adjust note lengths, remove extra rests, etc.) so that the tune plays correctly. For more information on editing a ringing tone, please refer to “Edit a ringing tone” on page 9.

  • Page 17: Nokia Pc Sync

    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.

  • Page 18: Understand The Basics Of Synchronization

    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, indicating that the application is running. The colors of the icon change, depending on the status of the infrared connection between your phone and PC.

  • Page 19: Initiate Synchronization

    If at some point you change PIM applications or upgrade to a newer version of your current PIM, you must configure PC Sync to work with the new application. Select New Synchronization from the Nokia PC Suite program group, then follow the instructions on page 13.

  • Page 20: Other Pim Applications

    To update PC Sync’s settings to synchronize with your custom list: Establish a connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync from your PC’s Start menu. If you have PC Sync enabled on startup, right-click the PC Sync tray icon, then click Properties.

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    UPDATE PC SYNC’S LOTUS ORGANIZER SETTINGS Establish a connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync from your PC’s Start menu. If you have PC Sync enabled on startup, right-click the PC Sync tray icon, then click Properties.

  • Page 22: Nokia Pc Graphics

    6 Nokia PC Graphics Nokia PC Graphics is a program that allows you to create and edit picture messages, as well as graphics that can be used for picture messaging. You can also create and edit new caller group logos.

  • Page 23: Transfer A Graphic To Your Phone

    Nokia PC Graphics Draw a new picture The type of picture you select determines the size and overall dimensions of the drawing area. The drawing area is divided into blocks that can be filled in to create the new picture.

  • Page 24: Work With An Existing Graphic

    Establish an infrared connection between your phone and PC. Click Tools, point to Picture type, then click Group logo. Click OK (as needed) to confirm any change in picture size required by Nokia PC Graphics. Click the Read from phone button (or select the Read from phone command from the Tools menu).

  • Page 25: Open Other Bitmap Files

    Nokia PC Graphics • OPEN OTHER BITMAP FILES Nokia PC Graphics has the ability to open and convert Capture area Windows RGB-coded bitmap images for use with picture messaging and caller group logos. Nokia PC Editor provides tools to select or “capture” the...

  • Page 26: Nokia Phone Editor

    Nokia Phone Editor 7 Nokia Phone Editor Nokia Phone Editor is a program that allows you to edit and manage various functions of your phone from the keyboard of your PC. Phone Editor consists of the following components: • Contacts - used to manage phone book entries in your SIM card and in the phone’s memory. Also used to store contact information on your PC Messages - used to read, write, send, and organize your SMS messages from your PC.

  • Page 27: Manage Contacts Using Phone Editor

    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 phone book entries is displayed in the pane to the right of the contacts directory.

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    Nokia Phone Editor Note: Your SIM card does not support multiple numbers per name (or other information such as e-mail addresses). For more information on how your phone processes the copying of phone book entries with multiple numbers per name to your SIM card, please see your phone’s user guide.

  • Page 29: Tour The Messages Window

    • SEND AND MANAGE SMS MESSAGES You can use Nokia Phone Editor’s Messages application to send and manage SMS messages from your PC. When you launch the Phone Editor application (with your phone connected via IR), the contents of your phone’s message folders are read into the phone.

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    Nokia Phone Editor Write and send a text message Click the Write Message button (or click Message, then click Write Message). Enter your message in the Message field. Observe the character counter above the message field. Enter the first few letters of the recipient’s name (as stored in your phone book),...

  • Page 31: Edit Profiles And Caller Groups

    Type the new name, then press ENTER to save your changes. • EDIT SETTINGS You can use Nokia Phone Editor’s Settings application to view and edit a variety of phone settings, as well as configure how Phone Editor handles items you delete. The...

  • Page 32: Launch Other Pc Suite Applications

    Nokia Phone Editor • LAUNCH OTHER PC SUITE APPLICATIONS The PC Editor navigation bar contains buttons that can be used to launch the other PC Suite applications. Use these buttons while in Phone Editor to launch PC Composer, PC Graphics, PC Sync, or Content Copier.

  • Page 33: Wireless Modem Setup For Nokia 6590/6590i Phone

    Nokia 6590/6590i (US products) section of: Since the Add New Hardware Wizard for all Windows operating systems searches the A:\ drive for device drivers first, Nokia recommends that you download this file and save it to a floppy diskette.

  • Page 34: Use Infrared With Windows 2000 Professional

    Microsoft redesigned its implementation of infrared services with the release of Windows 2000 Professional. To make an IR serial connection between IR-equipped Nokia phones and IR-equipped PCs running Windows 2000, you must download and install the Security Update, August 19, 2001...

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    Windows 2000 and XP detect your phone and install it as a Standard Modem over IR Link. However, for optimal performance, you should update the Windows modem software using the file nokia6590.inf, available from the Nokia PC downloads Web site. Please be sure to save this file on a floppy diskette.

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    Hardware Wizard.” Click the Next button. Click Next when the Wizard indicates it will search for the best drivers. Insert the Nokia floppy disk into your floppy drive. Verify that ONLY the Floppy disk drives option is checked (clear all other check boxes). Click Next.

  • Page 37: Getting Connected For The First Time: (windows Xp Home And Professional Operating System)

    Wireless modem setup for Nokia 6590/6590i phone The Device Manager should now display the correct name and model number of your phone. • GETTING CONNECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME: (WINDOWS XP HOME AND PROFESSIONAL OPERATING SYSTEM) Wireless modem support using IR with Windows XP is similar to that of the Windows 2000 operating system with the security update applied.

  • Page 38: Configure Your Data And Fax Software

    In addition, the fastest CSD data rate available is 14.4k bps. General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) Your Nokia phone is the first in a new generation of phones to take advantage of a new higher-speed data protocol called GPRS (General Packet Radio Service). The benefits to you include: Higher data transfer rates - up to 40.2k bps over the wireless network.

  • Page 39: Configure Your Phone For Gprs Data

    You must establish an infrared connection between your PC and your phone. • Your data software must be running and configured to recognize your Nokia phone as the active modem. • CONFIGURE YOUR PHONE FOR GPRS DATA Before you can use your phone as a wireless modem on your service provider’s GPRS data network, your phone must be configured for GPRS data services.

  • Page 40: Configure America Online To Connect Via Gprs

    Configure your data and fax software Click the drop-down arrow and select your Nokia phone as the modem to use, then click Next. , then click Finish. Enter the GPRS network access code: *99# You may need to remove area code information so only the access code appears.

  • Page 41: Create Dial-up Networking Connection For Csd

    Any touch tones (DTMF tones) needed for calling cards, special long-distance access numbers, etc. must be programmed into the dialing string. • OTHER DATA APPLICATIONS There are several other types of telecommunications applications that can be used with your Nokia phone and your computer. Some of these include: [ 37 ]...

  • Page 42: For America Online (aol) Users-csd

    • Establish an infrared connection between your phone and PC. • Use the data program’s setup menu to set your Nokia phone as the active modem. Consult the program’s User Guide or Help menu for more information. • Review the information, see “Requirements for digital data calls” on page 1.

  • Page 43: Configuring Your Fax Software

    Symantec WinFax Pro, Smith Micro Software HotFax (version 3.02 or newer), Castelle FaxPress, etc. 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.

  • Page 44: Connect To Palm® Os (operating System) Devices

    Click Details. Set speed to 57,600 bps and flow control to Automatic. Click OK when finished, then click OK to close the Edit window. Your new Nokia phone configuration should now appear in the list of Connection options, and is available to all applications that support a modem connection.

  • Page 45: Make A Dial-up Connection

    E-mail, Web browser, or fax programs. GPRS 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.

  • Page 46: Connect To Microsoft Pocketpc Os (operating System) Devices

    PalmOS device. • LEARN ABOUT YOUR PHONE AS A WIRELESS MODEM 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. You may also be able to send and receive faxes from your Pocket PC device. However, this may require additional software from another manufacturer.

  • Page 47: Configure A Modem Connection-csd

    • 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 PocketPC for a CSD data call, you need to obtain the required setup information from your ISP or corporate network’s Helpdesk.

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    , then tap Settings. Tap the Connections tab, then tap Modem. Tap New Connection, then enter a name for the connection (example: Internet-Nokia phone). Click the modem selection drop-down arrow, then select the IrCOMM or Generic IrDA option. Tap Advanced to access additional configuration properties for Port Settings, TCP/IP, and Name Servers (if required by your corporate network or ISP).

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    Tap the Start icon , then tap Programs. Tap Connections, then tap your new modem connection (example: Internet-Nokia phone). Enter your user name, password, and domain (if necessary). Click Connect. When you have successfully logged on to the network, the Pocket PC’s status screen will show the message Device Connected.

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    Index 12 Index Numerics configuring 36 data call (PocketPC OS) 45 2000 31 dial-up connection for PalmOS 41 Dial-up Networking 37 modem setup (PocketPC OS) 43 Abbreviations 2 when to use 34 About MIDI files 11 CSD (Circuit Switched Data) 34 Access point 35 Custom contact list 15 Add contact to caller group 24...

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    19 modem setup 42 New modem connection 35, 37 PocketPC OS New Synchronization 15 GPRS configuration 42 Nokia Modem Setup (Windows 2000) 30 Note capacity 9 modem setup (CSD) 43 ringing tone 9 Prerequisites Notes on data calls 37 digital data/fax calls 35 NT Workstation 4.0 33...

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    Index edit 27 Wireless modem installation 30 Wireless modem setup 29 Rename caller groups 27 Requirements digital data calls 1 system 1 Resolving synchronization conflicts 13 Ringing tone edit 9 PC Composer 8 playback 9 ringing tone 9 Ringing tones from MIDI files 11 RTTTL Using with PC Composer 12...

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