Nokia Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard User Manual

For symbian series60.
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Bluetooth Keyboard
For Symbian Series60
User's Guide
CAUTION: To use this product properly, please read the user's guide before
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    Bluetooth Keyboard For Symbian Series60 User’s Guide CAUTION: To use this product properly, please read the user's guide before installation...

  • Page 2: Keyboard Layout

    Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of the foldable bluetooth keyboard for iPhone, windows mobile and Symbian systems. The foldable bluetooth keyboard is for you if you want a fast and easy way to write email, text messages or notes while you are on the go.With it you can increase your productivity by entering text quickly and easily while using your phone's display, forget about wires and cables –...

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    Color Function Num/Numlock Number Lock Function Blue Function Commands Punt Green Punctuation Keys Opening and closing the keyboard Hold the folded bluetooth keyboard and press the release buttons located on both sides of the bluetooth keyboard. The keyboard will open like a book. Recommend: To avoid undesirable interaction when floding the keyboard, you are strongly recommended to press the power switch...

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    b) Open the bluetooth keyboard, slide the hinge axis into the slot of the other half of bluetooth keyboard, then pull out the support leg on the back of the stand. Solution 2: Snap out the support wire at the bottom of the Stand. Pull out the support leg on the back of the Stand and place it on a flat surface.

  • Page 5: Installation Guide

    2. Indication lamp: Blinking quickly: the keyboard is ready to pair to a Bluetooth device Blinking slowly: battery low System Requirement Symbian S60 2 edition or above Bluetooth version 2.0 Installation Guide Step 1. Installing the Battery Open the battery compartment located on top of the keyboard. Insert the AAA battery as per the diagram in the upper right of the battery compartment.

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    Bluetooth keyboard application for Symbian Series 60 3rd edition, please select < folder >\ Symbian\ driver\ Symbian _ S60_1_30.sis Model list: Nokia 3250, 5500, 6210, E50, E51, E60, E61, E61i, E65, E70, N71, N73, N77, N80, N80 Internet Edition, N91, N93, N92 and N93i. etc c) Bluetooth keyboard application for Symbian Series 60 3.1 edition,...

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    Step 3. Pairing your Bluetooth Keyboard with your device Press the “Conn.” button for 1-3 seconds, the red LED on the keyboard should now be periodically flashing. Make sure Bluetooth is already turned on - you'll find this utility either in 'Tools' or 'Connectivity', depending on device Start up the 'Wireless keyboard' utility and press 'Options' >...

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    necessary) on the smartphone keypad. A couple of digits will do, e.g. '0' Enter "0" on the bluetooth keyboard (making sure to use the correct num/ numlock key to actually get a '0') and press Enter, as prompted. Pick the right language driver for your keyboard. You're done! If all is well, the smartphone will pop up a 'Connected' message and then the Wireless Keyboard utility will send itself into the background so that you can get on with other things.

  • Page 9: Product Specifications, Troubleshooting

    Product Specifications Bluetooth Specification: Version 2.0 Class 2 Range of Frequency: 2.4GHz Spectrum Operating Voltage: 1.2 ~1.6Vdc ( powered by 1 AAA batterie ) Operation Current: < 8mA Standby Current: 1.2mA Sleep Current: < 200uA Close the keyboard: < 0.1uA Transmit Range: up to 10 meters Storage Temperature:...

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    Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the Following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received., including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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