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Nokia 610 User Manual: User Data

Car kit phone installation guide.
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User data

y
When this setting is selected, the car kit phone will be
visible for other Bluetooth devices for a period of time of 30
seconds before the original Bluetooth wireless connection is
re-established.
When your car kit phone is not connected to a compatible
y
device using Bluetooth wireless technology, its visibility for
other Bluetooth devices depends on the setting made in the
Visibility
menu. In this case, it is not necessary to select the
second Bluetooth connection option, for example, in order
to establish a wireless connection from a device such as a
laptop with Bluetooth technology to the car kit phone.
To access this option, with the display in standby, scroll with
a
to the
Bluetooth
menu and press
Scroll with
to
Allow second connection
a
to select this option.
Scroll with
to the desired option
a
to select it.
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User data
The car kit phone can store and administrate data or settings
under two different user data profiles. A user profile, for
example, includes contact entries, name tags and voice
commands or car kit phone settings. Now two users sharing the
car can access their personalised user data using the same SIM
card simply by activating their personal user
y
to open it.
and press
Download contacts
You can use this feature to copy contact entries from the car
Yes
or
No
and press
SIM card inserted in the car kit phone or from a compatible
mobile phone supporting Bluetooth wireless technology to the
car kit phone memory.
y
a
The indicator for the currently active user profile is shown in
the status row of the display. If user profile 1 is active, a
small black phone icon is shown; user profile 2 is indicated
by a small white phone icon if active. One of the user
profiles is active in the car kit phone at all times. When the
car kit phone is put into service for the first time, user
profile 1 is active.
This feature is important because you do not have direct
access to the contact entries stored on a car SIM card
inserted in the car kit phone. To access these numbers, you
first need to copy them into the car kit phone memory.
Follow the instructions shown on the display.
With the display in standby, press
settings.
profile.
to access these

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