User Guide for Nokia Image Viewer SU-2 9356381 Issue 3...
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Your Nokia Image Viewer is not water-resistant. Keep it dry. CHARGERS AND BATTERIES Check the model number of any charger before use with this device. The Nokia Image Viewer is intended for use with the ACP-7, ACP-8 and ACP-12 chargers and with standard AAA batteries.
■ Bluetooth wireless technology Since Bluetooth devices communicate using radio waves, your Bluetooth phone and the Nokia Image Viewer do not need to be in line of sight. The two devices need to be within up to 10 metres of each other.
G e t t i n g s t a r t e d 1. Getting started The Nokia Image Viewer has the following parts (Figure 1): Figure 1 1. Power on/off/rotate button 2. Pause/continue/time change button 3. Power/Bluetooth status indicator light (blue) 4.
The image format or pixel size is wrong. The Bluetooth connection has broken while sending the images. The first image is being transfered. ■ Using the Nokia Image Viewer for the first time 1. Install the batteries (Figure 2). Figure 2 Note: Always switch the power off and disconnect the device from the charger or any other enhancement before removing the cover.
G e t t i n g s t a r t e d 2. Press the release buttons on both sides of the Nokia Image Viewer to lift the cover up (Figure 3). Figure 3 Check that the NTSC/PAL switch is in the correct position and that it corresponds to the TV standard used in your country.
5. Switch on the Nokia Image Viewer by pressing and holding the power on/off/rotate button for 3 seconds. 6. Switch on the TV and select the right AV channel. The Nokia logo appears on your TV screen. 7. Make sure that your compatible phone is switched on. Then, enter your phone’s Bluetooth menu and activate the Bluetooth...
The Nokia Image Viewer supports the most common variations of the JPEG format. The image size can be up to 640 x 480 pixels. The Nokia Image Viewer can show up to 65 pictures or a total of 3 MB of images.
■ Using the Nokia Image Viewer with several paired phones The Nokia Image Viewer can be paired with up to 10 phones, but it can be connected to only one phone at a time. If the Nokia Image Viewer is switched on within up to 10 metres of several paired phones, it tries to connect to the phone that was first paired with the Nokia Image Viewer.
C a r e a n d m a i n t e n a n c e Care and maintenance Treat your Nokia Image Viewer with care. The suggestions below will help you to enjoy this product for many years.