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User's Guide
9352245
Issue 2

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    Electronic user’s guide released subject to “Nokia User’s Guide Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998”. User‘s Guide 9352245 Issue 2...

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    Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation, Finland. Navi is a trademark of Nokia Mobile Phones. 1999. Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. © Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous develop- ment. Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and im- provements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.

  • Page 3: Smart Tips

    Rejecting a call Press c upon receiving an incoming call. select Phone book. call (If the Divert when busy function is acti- vated, rejecting an incoming call will also di- vert the call). © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    Press M (Read) to reach the messages, Reading ringing volume ringing volume level. use b to browse through the messages. messages Press M (Options) for available options. Press c to exit the messages. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    In-call options ....... . . 15 6090 DIN/ISO installation kit ..... 37 Voice messages .

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    ......... . . 46 © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 7: For Your Safety

    MAGNETISM ATM and credit cards brought into contact with the cra- dle may be demagnetized and information stored on the card erased. Avoid storage of ATM and credit cards near your cradle. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 8: Welcome

    Change the code, see “4-3 Security settings” on page 28, and keep the new code secret and in a safe place separate from the car phone. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Switch off the car phone and remove the invalid SIM card aside. card. Then restart the car phone. The car phone will then work 3. Insert the SIM card and close with the second SIM card. the cover. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 10: Using The Keys

    During a call, press b to adjust the Note: Your car phone may have two different SIM cards: one volume. card in the handset and one SIM card in the radio unit. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 11: The Display Indicators

    Shows that the phone is in silent mode. code labels on your car phone” on page 8. ***** Note: If you take out the SIM card while the phone is in operation, information could be lost. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 12: Basic Functions

    You can switch from handsfree to private mode by picking up the hand- set. If you replace the handset on the cradle, the call is termi- nated. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 13: Adjusting The Volume

    When the flashing cursor appears, you can enter the next character. 1. Press M (Menu) to access the menu facility. Press b to move the cursor. Phone book 2. With Phone book displayed, press M Select (Select). © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 14: Making A Call Using The Phone Book

    Quick Save With the display clear, key in the phone number, press b to change the Navi key text to Save and press M (Save). Key in the name and press M (OK). © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 15: Other Essential Functions

    Press M (OK) to select it. Phone book to enter the Phone book 5. Press and hold c to exit the menu. To exit the in-call menu, press c. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 16: Voice Messages

    Before you can send any messages, you need to store the num- ber of your message centre in the memory of the SIM card. It will remain unchanged until replaced. You will be allocated a © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 17: Fax And Data Call

    The RS-232 connector supports full protocol and 9 PIN standard M (Options). (TIA/EIA-562). You have to select 19200 bps as RS-232 interface speed. For further information, see the Nokia 6090 webpage: 6. Select Send and press M (OK) or select Save to store the http://www.nokia.com.

  • Page 18: Automatic Power-off

    Lights are always off. If automatic power-off is set to on, the car phone is switched off within the set time after the last user action, i.e. a key press or replacement of the handset. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 19: Using The Menu

    5 for Keypad tones and redial contains submenus, repeat steps 4 and 5. 1 for keypad tones Off. 6. Press b to scroll to the setting of your Select Press M (OK) to confirm. choice. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 20: List Of Menu Functions

    1 Message centre number 3 Security settings name. 2 Messages sent as 1 PIN code request The shortcut number of this menu 3 Message validity 2 Fixed dialling depends on the number of settings available. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    6 Warning tones 2 All calls’ duration 3 Received calls’ duration 4 Dialled calls’ duration 5 Clear timers 2 Show call costs 1 Last call cost 2 All calls’ cost 3 Clear counters © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 22: Phone Book

    1-3 Storing a name and phone number in the contact information, name and phone number (‘business card‘), from the Phone book to another phone. Phone book In this menu Add entry, you can store phone numbers and the related names. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    1-8-3 Checking the amount of free space in the Phone book You can check how many names and phone numbers may still be stored and are currently stored in the Phone book. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 24: Messages

    2-3 Write messages Within the Write messages menu, you can write and edit text The total number of settings depends on how many settings your messages of up to 160 characters. SIM card offers. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    For available topics and relevant topic numbers, con- tact your service provider. The shortcut number of this menu depends on the number of sets available. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 26: Call Register

    Call the number, view the Time of the received call if the clock is set to the right time, Edit number and Save it in the Phone book or Erase the phone number. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 27: Settings

    SIM card is not found in the phone. 4-1-4 Call waiting options When this network service is activated, the network will notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call in progress. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 28: Security Settings

    4-2-5 Lights queried are those valid for the prioritised SIM card. You can dim the lights of the display and the keypad as desired. 4-2-5-1 Full brightness means that backlighting is fully on. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    Note: When calls are limited to closed user groups, calls may be bers, such as 112, in order to prevent accidental dialling of the possible to certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. emergency number. 112 or other official emergency numbers). © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 30: Call Divert, Restore Factory Settings, Call Counters, Show Call Duration, Show Call Costs

    The limit can be set in a specified number of charging units or units of the cur- rency set within the Show costs in menu. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 31: Calculator

    For a total, press M (Options) and select Equals using M (OK). Press c to clear the display. Note: This calculator has a limited accuracy and rounding errors may occur, especially in long division. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 32: Clock, Alarm Clock, Incoming Call Alert, Ringing Tone, Ringing Volume, Clock Settings

    The phone is provided with a real-time clock. Since the phone has no power backup, you may need to set the time again if the car battery is flat or has been removed. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 33: Message Alert Tone, Keypad Tones, Warning Tones

    A tone is sounded each time a key is pressed. You can set the keypad tone to Off or select any of the three keypad tone levels available. 9-6 Warning tones If this function is set to On, the notification tones of the phone sound. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 34: Reference Information

    Therefore, to vironment. The following factors may impair cellular ensure the best possible communication, remember to take the connections: following points into consideration when using your car phone: © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 35: Access Codes

    “4-2-7 SIM card you lose the code, contact your service provider. priority” on page 28, restart the car phone and change the codes of the second SIM card. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 36: Battery Information

    The next time the car phone is turned on, a message appears on the display giving the reason for the error. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 37: Accessories

    6090 DIN/ISO installation kit With the DIN/ISO installation kit, the Nokia 6090 is optimally designed for easy installation in your car, either in the dash- board or in the central console. You have easy access to the ra- ©...

  • Page 38: Care And Maintenance

    Wipe it with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution. • Do not paint it. Paint can clog the device’s moving parts and prevent proper operation. © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 39: Important Safety Information

    RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 40: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    They include below-deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage facilities, vehicles using liquified petroleum gas (such as propane or butane), areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 41: Emergency Calls

    4. Press M (Call). If certain features are in use (Fixed dialling, etc.), you may first need to turn those features off before you can make an emer- © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

  • Page 42: Installation

    5. Car battery - (with 3A fuse), 2 x black 6. Ignition sense (with 1A fuse), blue 7. Car radio mute, yellow 8. Antenna motor control, orange 9. Backlight dimming, grey 10. Audio line out, black cable: © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    GSM900 antenna. Handsfree can also be provided by using the audio line out • Connect only the 6090 handset to the system connector as signal of the 6090 in combination with an appropriate FM shown in the installation picture.

  • Page 44: Glossary

    DTMF tones allow you to communi- The PUK2 code is supplied with some SIM cards. The code is re- quired when you wish to change a disabled PIN2 code. If you en- © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    The SIM card also contains security-related information. The Nokia 6090 contains two SIM cards: one in the handset, a plug-in SIM card, and a larger one in the phone unit: the IC-1 card. The cards differ solely in size.

  • Page 46: Index

    Fax and data call ....17 Reading messages ... . . 16 © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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    Scrolling ..... . . 10 Security code ....35 © 1999 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.

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