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User Guide
Nokia Treasure Tag (WS-2)
Issue 2.7 EN-US

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    User Guide Nokia Treasure Tag (WS-2) Issue 2.7 EN-US...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    User Guide Nokia Treasure Tag (WS-2) Contents Get started Pair and connect Set up your sensor Find your sensor Set your sensor to mute automatically Find your phone using your sensor Take a photo remotely Change the battery Troubleshooting and support...

  • Page 3: Get Started

    If you do lose your stuff, you can check on a map where to start looking. The proximity sensor is compatible with Windows Phone 8 or later phones with the Treasure Tag app and Bluetooth 4.0 or higher. Some of the product features may depend on the phone model or software version.

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    To switch your sensor off, you can also remove the battery. Change the strap Your sensor comes with two silicone straps: one with a loop for attaching, one without. 1. Pull the strap from the sensor. You can use a paperclip or similar tool to carefully pry the edge of the strap from the groove.

  • Page 5: Pair And Connect

    Pair your sensor using Bluetooth If your phone doesn't have NFC, you can pair your sensor with your phone using Bluetooth. You need the Treasure Tag app to use the sensor. You can download the app from Windows Phone Store.

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    2. On your phone, tap Treasure Tag. 3. Select your sensor, and follow the instructions shown on the phone. © 2014 Microsoft Mobile. All rights reserved.

  • Page 7: Set Up Your Sensor

    Set up your sensor Define how and when your sensor alerts you. On your phone, tap Treasure Tag. 1. When pairing for the first time, the setup starts automatically. Otherwise, on your phone, tap SET UP TAG under your sensor.

  • Page 8: Set Your Sensor To Mute Automatically

    1. Make sure you've switched on GPS on your phone. 2. Tap Treasure Tag and the sensor you want. 3. Wait while your phone tries to search for the sensor. 4. If your phone doesn't find the sensor, tap open map. The approximate area where your phone last connected to the sensor is shown on the map.

  • Page 9: Find Your Phone Using Your Sensor

    When the battery runs low, your sensor plays an alert tone, and a notification shows up on your phone's Treasure Tag app. If you've pinned your sensor to the start screen of your phone, a battery icon shows up on the tile.

  • Page 10: Restore Factory Settings

    2. Carefully lever the back cover up. 3. Replace the old battery with a new one. Make sure you place the battery in the right way. 4. Align the cut corners on the back cover and device, and snap the cover back into place. Restore factory settings You can clear all pairings and reset the sensor back to the original settings.

  • Page 11: Troubleshooting And Support

    Troubleshooting and support To get the most out of your device, go to www.nokia.com/support. There you can find full-length user guides, troubleshooting info, discussions, and details about features, technologies, and compatibility. Troubleshooting and discussions may not be available in all languages.

  • Page 12: Product And Safety Info

    Always return your used electronic products, batteries, and packaging materials to dedicated collection points. This way you help prevent uncontrolled garbage disposal and promote the recycling of materials. All materials of the device can be recovered as materials and energy. Check how to recycle your products at www.nokia.com/recycle. Battery safety Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode.

  • Page 13: Warranty

    This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. TM © 2014 Microsoft Mobile. All rights reserved. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. Third party products/ names may be TM of respective owner.

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