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Nokia PC Composer. 10
PC hardware setup.10 Tour of PC Composer. 10 Compose a new ringing tone. 11 Edit a ringing tone. 11 Delete notes and rests. 11 Save your new ringing tone. 11 Transfer ringing tone to your phone.12 Transfer via infrared.12 Ringing tones from MIDI files.12 About Standard MIDI files.12 Before you begin.12 Edit and save.13
Nokia PC Sync. 14
Configure PC Sync.14 Set general synchronization properties.14 Set Calendar and Contacts properties.14 Set PIM properties.15
Synchronizing for the first time.15 Understand the basics of Synchronization.15 Start PC Sync.15 View other PC Sync options.16 Use a different PIM.16 Creating a custom contact list.16 Outlook users.16 Other PIM applications.17 Number format and your PIM application.18
3320/3360 modem setup. 19
Download modem driver (windows 95, 98, and Me).19 Getting started (Windows 95, 98, and Me).19 Establish an infrared connection.19 Modem installation.20 Install infrared support for Windows 95.20 Infrared and Windows 2000 Professional.20 Getting connected for the first time: IR (Windows XP Home and Professional). 21 IR and Windows NT Workstation 4.0. 21
Configure your data software. 22
Introduction.22 Dial-up Networking.22 Create a new connection.22 Connect to the network.22 Notes about data calls.23 Other data applications.23 REMINDERS!.23 For America Online (AOL) users.23 Modify Locations.24
Connect to devices using Palm OS (operating system). 25
Connections preferences.25 TCP/IP dial-up and other connections.25 Before you make a data call.25
Connect to devices using Microsoft PocketPCTM OS (operating system). 26
Configure a modem connection.26 Use your new modem connection.27 Before you make a digital data call.28
10 Index. 29
This guide provides you with the following information: installation instructions for Nokia PC Suite 4.1. the Nokia PC Suite 4.1 user guide. installation instructions for the Nokia Modem Setup application for 3320 and 3360. configuring your data/fax software for digital data calls (using your Nokia phone as a wireless modem).
To install and run Nokia PC Suite 4.1, you need: Nokia 3320 or 3360 phone an Intel-compatible PC running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition (ME), or Windows 2000 Professional at least 40 megabytes of free disk space an infrared port on your desktop PC or laptop computer a compatible PC Personal Information Manager (PIM) application for use with Nokia PC Sync
Note: Nokia Content Copier (a component of Nokia PC Suite) supports a variety of Nokia phones, some of which make their connection to a PC via serial cable. For a list of compatible phones and connection methods, please see Compatible phones on page 7.
Before installing PC Suite
Nokia recommends that Windows Me users perform the modem installation prior to installing PC Suite. Please see 3320/3360 modem setup on page 19 and perform this task prior to installing Nokia PC Suite. Once you have performed the modem installation, you may continue with the installation instructions below.
PC SUITE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Nokia suggests that you download the setup application to a location of your choosing, rather than trying to run the application from its current location. Note: Download time for this file (16 mb) may vary, depending on the type of Internet connection you have (dial-up vs. DSL/cable), connection rate, and Internet traffic. Once the software download is complete: Double-click the installation file PC Suite 4.1.exe, located on your hard drive. Click Next to accept the location of the temporary installation files, or click Change to select a different location.
Click Next to begin the software installation wizard, then click Yes to accept the end-user license agreement. Review the safety notes, then click Next.
.Click Next to install all PC Suite components, or clear the check boxes of the components you do not want to install. Select the language you wish to use with PC Suite, then click Next. Note: If you have a PIM application installed on your PC (Outlook, Lotus Organizer, etc.) and you want to use it with Nokia PC Sync, it is recommended that you select the same language used by your PIM.
Follow the instructions provided on the Infrared connections screen. Continue through the installation wizard, then click Finish to restart your PC.
CHANGE LANGUAGE The language chosen during installation for PC Suite applies to all of the PC Suite components and Help applications. If you need to change PC Suite to a different language, you must reinstall PC Suite.
UNINSTALL PC SUITE
If you need to remove PC Suite (including all components), please use Add/Remove Programs (located in Control Panel). Remember to close any PC Suite applications that are running before you begin. TO REMOVE PC SUITE 4.1: 1 Click Start, point to Settings, then click Control Panel. Double-click Add/Remove Programs. Scroll through the list of installed applications, then click Nokia PC Suite 4.1. Click the Add/Remove button. Click Remove from the Nokia PC Suite Setup window, then click Next. Follow the on-screen instructions until the setup wizard has completed removing the program. Restart your computer to complete the removal process.
Important: Windows Millennium Edition (ME) users have no way of disabling the Plug and Play software installation of your Nokia phones as a wireless modem. Windows ME launches the Add New Hardware Wizard immediately upon detection of your phone via Infrared. Before proceding with any Content Copier tasks, please click the Add New Hardware Wizards Cancel button. 3320/3360 users should have already performed the modem installation instructions, found on page 19.
Copying information from the source phone
If you select either the Copy data from one phone to another or Copy data from a phone to a PC options, Content Copier will transfer all compatible data types (Phone book, Calendar, To Do, Caller groups, etc.) from the compatible phone (or source phone). If you are copying the data from the source phone to your Nokia 3320 or 3360, the data is stored in your PCs memory temporarily. Once you have connected your 3320/3360 (target phone) via infrared, Nokia Content Copier transfers the information from temporary storage into your phone. If you are copying your phones data and want to save it on your PC, Nokia Content Copier guides you through the process of saving the information to a comma-separated value text file (.csv) on your PCs hard drive.
SAVE THE SOURCE PHONE DATA Once the source phones data has been read, Content Copier allows you to save the information to your PCs hard drive. Click the Save Data button, then navigate to the location on your hard drive where you want to store the information. Nokia Content Copier automatically names the files for you, based on the type of data that is read from the source phone.
Nokia Connection Manager
You may need to use Nokia Connection Manager to select the type of connection you want Content Copier to use during various stages of the process. For example, if you select Copy data from one phone to another, and the source phone uses a serial cable, click Content Copiers Connection button to launch Connection Manager. Then select the correct cable option for the source phone. To switch connection type while using Content Copier: Establish the appropriate connection between your phone and PC (via IR, DLR-3P, or DAU9-9P), then click the Connection button. Click the desired connection type, then click Select. Allow Nokia Connection Manager to detect your phone. Click OK to return to Nokia Content Copier.
Note: If your phone is not detected right away, switch to one of the other connection types, then back to the desired connection type. This forces Connection Manager to redetect your phone. Note: If you are copying data from one phone to another and the source phone uses an infrared connection, stop the infrared connection between phone and PC. Allow the Windows warning message regarding interrupted infrared communications to completely time-out before aligning your 3320/3360 with your PCs infrared port. By doing so, you allow Connection Manager to detect your 3320/3360 more quickly.
PC hardware setup
PC Composer plays the notes as they are written to the music staff. You can also play back the entire composition. Before you begin writing, you must select your PC sound cards MIDI playback device. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Nokia PC Suite, then click Nokia PC Composer. Click Tools, point to Player Device, then click the option for your sound cards internal MIDI playback device.
Once your MIDI playback device is set, you can hear each note as it is added to the staff or the entire ringing tone (when you click the Play button).
TOUR OF PC COMPOSER
File management (new, open, save) Editing tools (cut, copy, paste) Send tone via Infrared
Raises a notes pitch 1/2 step Play ring tone
Stops playback Selection tool Adjust tempo Note values Rest values
Adds dot to selected note or rest
Status bar displays help texts and toolbar tips
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You can launch PC Composer without having an infrared connection between the phone and your PC. The connection status indicator displays the status of the connection between your phone and PC.
COMPOSE A NEW RINGING TONE
Your new ringing tone can consist of up to approximately 70 notes and rests. The phone discards any notes or rests beyond 70. Use the note counter to the right of the Status Bar to monitor the length of your new ringing tone. CREATE A NEW RINGING TONE 1 Launch Nokia PC Composer (click Start, point to Programs, point to Nokia PC Suite, then click Nokia PC Composer). Click the appropriate note (or rest) button. Using the insert point, click the desired line or space on the staff (result: the note is placed on the staff, and is played by your PCs sound card). Continue entering the desired notes and/or rests until you have completed your new tune. Click the Play button to replay the ringing tone from the beginning.
Edit a ringing tone
You can edit the pitch or duration of the notes already entered on the music staff. CHANGE THE PITCH OF A NOTE 1 Click the Selection tool button on the toolbar.
Move the cursor over the note you wish to change (result: the arrow cursor changes to a hand) Drag the note up or down on the staff to the correct location.
CHANGE THE DURATION OF A NOTE OR REST 1 Click the desired note button (or rest button) on the toolbar. Move the cursor over the note or rest you wish to change (result: insert point appears) Click the note or rest to replace it with the new note value.
Delete notes and rests
You can delete a wrong note/rest or group of wrong notes/rests at any time. DELETE A SINGLE NOTE/REST 1 Click the Selection tool button on the toolbar. 2 Click the note or rest you want to delete, then press your keyboards Delete (DEL) button.
DELETE MULTIPLE NOTES/RESTS 1 Click the Selection tool button on the toolbar. Draw a bounding outline (marquee) with the mouse around the group of notes or rests you want to delete (result: the group of notes are highlighted in blue). Press your keyboards Delete (DEL) button.
Save your new ringing tone
When you are ready to save your new ringing tone, click the Save button on the toolbar. Use the Save as dialog box to set file name and location to save the new file. Default file type for your new ringing tone is.mid (MIDI). However, you need to save your work as OTA (ringing tone) format (.ott) before sending your new ringing tone to the phone. Use the Save as type drop down box to select the desired file type. Note: You can create and save as many new ringing tones as you have space on your hard drive. However, your phone can only hold up to 10 new ringing tones at any given time.
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TRANSFER RINGING TONE TO YOUR PHONE
Once you have created a new ringing tone and have saved it to your PC, you can transfer the tone to your phone using infrared. When your phone receives the new ringing tone, it will display the message New ringing tone received. Press the Options key and scroll to the following options: Play - plays the new ringing tone Save - saves the ringing tone to your phone Discard - discards the new tone and returns you to the Start screen.
Transfer via infrared
Before transferring the ringing tone to your phone, make sure you have established an infrared connection between your phone and PC. Check the status indicator in the lower right corner of the PC Composer window to verify the status of your connection. Important: Make sure the Set Name option from the Tools menu is checked/enabled. This feature automatically prompts you to name your new ringing tone before transferring it to your phone. If this feature is disabled, all new ringing tones are stored as Nokiatune. To transfer your ringing tone, click the Update to Phone button on the toolbar menu). (or select Update to Phone from the Tools
RINGING TONES FROM MIDI FILES
Nokia PC Composer allows you to open Standard MIDI files, then convert the data to ringing tone format. Now you can carry your favorite PC MIDI file as a ringing tone in your phone.
About Standard MIDI files
Standard MIDI files of popular music frequently consist of multiple instruments (bass, drums, organ, etc.). Typically, there is also a track dedicated to the songs melody. There are two types of Standard MIDI files: Type 0 files - 1 track of MIDI data containing all the various instruments; each instrument assigned to different MIDI channel. Type 1 files - each instrument has its own dedicated track and MIDI channel. Track/instrument names are embedded in the file as text information.
CONFIGURE PC SYNC
The first time you run Nokia PC Sync, you must configure PC Sync to work with your PIM application. Once you have customized PC Sync, you can proceed with synchronizing your PIM data with your phone. Establish an infrared connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync (click Start, point to Programs, point to Nokia PC Suite, then click Nokia PC Sync). Select your PIM application from the drop-down list, then click OK. Click the More button to view a summary of current/default settings.
Set general synchronization properties
1 Click the General tab, then select the information you want to synchronize. Note: Calendar items are synchronized with your phones Reminders menu. Click the desired option for automatic synchronization (example: Every connection). Click the Advanced button to specify additional options, including resolving synchronization conflicts (see below)
SYNCHRONIZATION CONFLICTS A synchronization conflict occurs when you change or edit a contact or reminder in both your phone and PIM between synchronization sessions. By default, PC Sync resolves the conflict by treating your phone as the correct information source. To change conflict resolution properties, click the option associated with your PIM application.
Set Calendar and Contacts properties
Your PIM applications storage capabilities are much more extensive than those of your phone. Use the Calendar and Contacts tabs to define the kinds and amount of information synchronized. For more information about the capacity of your phones phone book and reminder list, please refer to the technical specifications section of your phones user guide. Click the Calendar/To do tab. Use the drop-down lists to define the range of time PC Sync uses during synchronization.
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Click the Contacts tab. Select the details you want synchronized with your phone.
CONTACT DELETIONS By default, contacts deleted from your phone are not deleted from your PIM when you synchronize. If you accidentally delete a contact from your phone, you can restore it by synchronizing again. Deselecting the Ignore contact deletions option instructs PC Sync to permanently delete the corresponding contact in your PIM. Choose this option only when you are certain you want PC Sync to delete the PIM contact (and all details) associated with the deleted phone book entry. Warning: This action cannot be undone!
Set PIM properties
The last properties tab is labeled with the name of your PIM application. Use this properties tab to modify how PC Sync communicates with your PIMs resources. For example, if the number of contacts in your PIM application exceeds the phones memory, you should consider creating a subset of your main contact database folder. Use this folder to store those names, numbers, and text information you want to appear in your phone book. Then, use the PIM properties tab to select the location of the new folder containing the set of contacts you have defined for use with your phone.
USE A DIFFERENT PIM
If at some point you change PIM applications or upgrade to a newer version of your current PIM, you must configure PC Sync to work with the new application. Select New Synchronization from the Nokia PC Suite program group, then follow the instructions on page 14.
CREATING A CUSTOM CONTACT LIST
Users who have more than 200 names and numbers in their PIM should create a custom contact list or subset of their master contact list. Depending on the PIM application you use, you may need to create a new contact database file or create a new folder to store the custom contact list.
Outlook users can create folders and sub-folders in their Outlook database files. To create a custom contact list, first create a new folder to store contacts. Then copy the desired contact information from your main contacts folder to the new folder. PC Sync allows you to synchronize your phone with the Outlook contacts folder of your choosing. CREATE A NEW FOLDER FOR PHONE CONTACTS To create a new sub-folder for a custom contact list: 5 Click File, point to Folder, then click New Folder. Type the name of your new folder (example: Phone list). Click the Folder contains drop-down arrow, then click Contact Items. Select a location for your new folder (example: click Contacts to make Phone list a sub-folder of your main Contacts folder). Click OK to confirm your selection.
COPY CONTACTS TO CUSTOM PHONE LIST To copy contact information into your new sub-folder: Click the Contacts button on your Outlook bar. Select the contacts you want to appear in your custom list. Tip: Hold the CTRL key to select multiple contacts that are not adjacent to each other. Click Edit, then click Copy (or press CTRL + C). Select your custom folder from the Folder List (example: Phone list), or press CTRL + Y to display Go to Folder dialog box.
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Click Edit, then click Paste (or press CTRL + V) to paste copies of the selected contacts into the new folder.
Important: If you decide to use the drag-and-drop method between your main Contacts folder and the new custom folder, make sure to hold the CTRL key while dragging, then release the mouse button before releasing the CTRL key. Failure to use the CTRL key during drag-and-drop moves all selected contacts to the new folder. UPDATE PC SYNCS OUTLOOK SETTINGS To update PC Syncs settings to synchronize with your custom list: 5 Establish an infrared connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync from your PCs Start menu. If you have PC Sync enabled on startup, right-click the PC Sync tray icon, then click Configuration. Click the Microsoft Outlook tab. Click the Contacts browse button OK to confirm your selection. , then select your custom folder. Click
Click the Summary tab, then click Synchronize Now to synchronize your phone and custom phone list.
Other PIM applications
Other PIM applications (such as Lotus Organizer) allow you to create a completely new database file using commands from the applications File menu. Once you create a new database file, copy the desired contact information from your main contacts file to the new contacts file. PC Sync allows you to synchronize your phone with the contacts file of your choosing. CREATE A NEW DATABASE FILE (EXAMPLE: LOTUS ORGANIZER) To create a new Organizer database file: Launch Lotus Organizer. Click File, then click New. Click File, then click Save As. Enter a name for your custom phone list (example: Phone list).
COPY CONTACTS TO CUSTOM PHONE LIST To copy contact information into your new sub-folder: 1 From File Manager, open your default Organizer database (c:\lotus\work\organize\<filename>) Click the Contacts tab, then click the desired alphabet tab. Select the desired contacts for your custom list. Tip: Hold the CTRL key to select multiple contacts that are not adjacent to each other. Selected records
Continue by clicking subsequent alphabet tabs and selecting the desired contacts. Click the Copy button (or press CTRL + C). Use the Windows Task Bar to switch back to your new contacts list, then click the Contacts tab. Click the Paste button (or press CTRL + V) to paste copies of the selected contacts into the new list.
UPDATE PC SYNCS LOTUS ORGANIZER SETTINGS To update PC Syncs settings to synchronize with your custom list: Establish an infrared connection between your phone and PC. Launch Nokia PC Sync from your PCs Start menu. If you have PC Sync enabled on startup, right-click the PC Sync tray icon, then click Configuration.
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Click the Lotus Organizer tab. Click the Contacts browse button OK to confirm your selection. , then select your custom folder. Click
NUMBER FORMAT AND YOUR PIM APPLICATION
Your PIM application may automatically reformat phone numbers for dialing with GSM wireless phones (e.g. adding +1 to longdistance phone numbers). For example, a phone number outside of your home area code may be displayed in your PIM as follows:
+1 (800) 555-1234
When this number is synchronized with your phone, the + character is copied as a part of the phone number. Your wireless network does not recognize this special character as a valid part of the phone number. Please make sure all numbers in your PIM are formatted correctly for use with your mobile phone by removing the + character from phone numbers.
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3320/3360 modem setup
6 3320/3360 modem setup
Your phone can function as a wireless modem when connected to your PC via Infrared. Once your phone is installed and configured properly, your phone works in conjunction with your existing data software, allowing you to connect to the Internet or check e-mail wherever you are. Note: This feature is available only if your service providers network supports digital data services. A subscription to these services may also be necessary. Please check with your service provider prior to making or receiving digital data calls. PRIOR TO MAKING OR RECEIVING DIGITAL DATA CALLS: You must subscribe to digital data services with your service provider. Your phone must be powered up, and digital service must be available. Digital data calls are not available when roaming in an analog network. Your PCs infrared port must be configured properly (internal or external port). You must establish an infrared connection between your PC and your phone. Your data software must be running, and configured to recognize your Nokia phone as the active modem.
VIRTUAL COM PORTS Hardware resources between your computers physical COM ports and the infrared port are shared. Windows creates "virtual" COM ports to accommodate connections between your computer and infrared devices. If your infrared port uses COM1, your phone should be assigned to COM4; if your infrared port uses COM2, your phone should be assigned to COM5.
DOWNLOAD MODEM DRIVER (WINDOWS 95, 98, AND ME)
Note: Windows 2000 Professional users, please see Infrared and Windows 2000 Professional on page 20 for more information on modem setup for your system. During the modem installation process, Windows looks for software specific to the new device being installed. The modem driver for your phone can be found in the 3320/3360 product section of: www.nokia.com Since the Add New Hardware Wizard for all Windows operating systems searches the A:\ drive for device drivers first, Nokia recommends that you download this file and save it to a floppy diskette. Note: If you choose to save the file to your hard drive, please make note of the path to the file as this information is required to complete the installation successfully. Depending on your operating system, locating this file on your hard drive may add additional steps to the install process.
GETTING STARTED (WINDOWS 95, 98, AND ME)
Before you can make or receive digital data calls, you must do the following: 3 Establish an infrared connection between your PC and your phone. Install your phone as a modem connected via infrared. Configure your data software to use your phone as the active modem for data and fax calls.
Establish an infrared connection
The preferable distance between the two devices making an infrared connection is a range of three inches (7.5 cm) to three feet (.9 m) maximum. There must be no obstructions between the two devices, and the IR ports of the two devices must be pointing at each other. ENABLE INFRARED COMMUNICATIONS ON YOUR PC AND PHONE 1 Double-click the Infrared icon in the Control Panel (Windows 95 and 98 only). Windows ME users, please go to step 4). If this icon does not appear in the Control Panel, see Install infrared support for Windows 95 on page 20. Tip: Windows 98 users can also launch the Infrared Monitor by double-clicking the Infrared Monitor icon in the system tray.
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Click the Options tab, then select Enable infrared communication. Verify that the install software option for Plug and Play devices is selected. Click Apply, then click the Status tab. On your phone, press Menu, scroll to Infrared, then press Select. Align the infrared ports of both devices. When a successful infrared connection has been made, the infrared monitor indicates that your phone has been found.
The Windows Add New Hardware Wizard launches immediately after the infrared monitor displays the connection status between phone and PC. To complete modem installation: Insert the floppy diskette containing the modem driver file when the Add New Hardware Wizard screen appears. Click Next as necessary until Windows asks you for the location of the modem driver file. Select A:\ or the floppy drive option (as necessary), then click Next. The Wizard indicates it has located the correct software for your phone. Click Next to finalize the installation. Click Finish when Windows informs you that it has installed the device successfully. Verify that your Nokia phone connected via infrared appears in the list of modems.
Configure your data software
7 Configure your data software
Before you can use your phone to send and receive data calls, you must configure your data software so that it uses your phone rather than your existing modem. You may consider creating a separate set of dialing properties to use when your phone is connected to your computer, rather than changing any existing settings. The following pages are designed to help you configure some of the more popular applications for use with your Nokia phone.
You may be using Microsofts Dial-up Networking feature to connect to your Internet service provider, or to make a remote connection to your corporate network (including dialing in to corporate E-mail server using programs such as Microsoft Mail, Microsoft Outlook, or Lotus cc:Mail). Rather than altering the existing configurations you use when dialing with your existing modem, consider creating a new connection exclusively for use with your Nokia phone (as detailed below). BEFORE YOU BEGIN You need the phone number for your Internet service provider or for your companys remote access server. When testing the new connection, you also need your user name and password.
Create a new connection
Double-click the My Computer icon, then double-click the Dial-up Networking folder. Windows 2000 and Windows ME users: Click Start, point to Settings, then click Dial-up Networking. Double-click the Make New Connection icon. Type a name for your new connection (example: Internet-Nokia phone). Click the drop-down arrow and select your Nokia phone as the modem to use, then click Next.
Enter the area code, telephone number, and country code (if necessary), then click Next. Click Finish to save the new configuration in your Dial-up Networking folder. Make sure to configure any necessary network parameters for this connection prior to dialing (IP address of DNS or WINS, etc.).
Note: For more information on configuring your network connection, please consult your Internet service provider or your companys help desk.
Connect to the network
Make sure you establish an infrared connection between your phone and PC before making a digital data call. 3 Double-click the new connection (example: Internet-Nokia phone). Enter your user name and password, then click Connect. Your phone will display Connecting. while establishing a connection. Once a successful connection has been made, Data call appears on the phones screen.
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Note: Your Windows operating system displays its normal series of messages while the connection is being established and verified. Note: Your wireless service provider must support digital data for this feature to work. Contact your service provider to verify that this service is available in your area.
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Connect to devices using Palm OS (operating system)
8 Connect to devices using Palm OS (operating system)
Note: The following instructions are based on Palm OS (operating system) software 3.3. For more information, please visit: http://www.palmos.com/ It is possible to make an infrared connection between your phone and your Palm OS device and use it as a wireless modem to perform HotSyncTM operations with your PC. In addition, third-party software is also available that allows you to browse the Web, send and receive faxes, and send or receive e-mail directly to your Palm. Check your owners manual or the 3com web site for more information on third-party software. http://www.palm.com/ Note: To access the Internet, you must have an existing dial-up account with a full-service Internet provider or dial-up access to a corporate network. Connection to on-line services such as CompuServe or Prodigy are not available at this time. Note: America Online provides a software program that allows you to check your AOL E-mail from your handheld device. For more information, type AOL keyword: PDA.
Before you can make data calls using your Palm OS device and your Nokia phone, you need to create a new connection device in the Connections preferences folder. Tap the Applications icon, then tap Prefs Tap the Categories drop-down menu, then tap Connection. Tap New. Enter the name of the new connection device (example: Nokia). Click the Connection Method drop-down arrow, then click IrCOMM to Modem.
Click Details. Set speed to 9,600 bps and flow control to Automatic. Click OK when finished, then click OK to close the Edit window.
Your new Nokia phone configuration should now appear in the list of Connection options, and is available to all applications that support a modem connection.
TCP/IP DIAL-UP AND OTHER CONNECTIONS
Once you have a configuration for your Nokia phone, you can use that configuration with any existing TCP/IP or network preferences, as well as any stand-alone 3rd party E-mail, Web browser, or fax programs. Please consult your devices user guide or the softwares documentation for more information on setup and configuration of Palm OSs TCP/IP or fax software.
Before you make a data call
Before initiating the data call from your Palm OS device, dont forget to enable Infrared communications on your phone, then align the infrared ports of the two devices. Please also see Requirements for digital data calls on page 3.
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Connect to devices using Microsoft PocketPCTM OS (operating system)
9 Connect to devices using Microsoft PocketPCTM OS (operating system)
You can use your Nokia phone as a wireless modem with Pocket PC devices, then use these devices to check e-mail or browse the Web. You may also be able to send and receive faxes from your Pocket PC device. However, this may require additional software from another manufacturer. Check your devices user guide, Web site, or the Microsoft Pocket PC Web site for more information on available software: http://www.microsoft.com/mobile Note: To access the Internet, you must have an existing dial-up account with a full-service Internet provider or dial-up access to a corporate network. Connection to online services such as CompuServe and Prodigy is not available at this time. Note: America Online offers a software program that allows you to check your AOL E-mail from your handheld device. For more information, type keyword: PDA.
Abbreviations 4 About MIDI files 12 AOL modem setup 23 Applications compatible 3
basics 11 delete notes/rests 11 save 11
Edit ringing tone
Change note duration 11 Change ringing tone pitch 11 Changing connection type 8 Changing PIM applications 16 Communications
change duration 11 change note duration 11 change pitch 11
PC Composer 10
distance between devices 4 enable IR 4 infrared 4 interruptions to IR 4
Compatible applications 3 Compose a ringing tone 11 Configure data software 22 Configure PC Sync 14 Connect to a network/Internet 22 Connect to Palm devices 25 Connection Manager 8 Connection preferences (Palm) 25 Connection to PocketPC devices 26 Contacts custom contact lists 16 deleting-settings 15 Content Copier 7 basics 7 compatible phones 7 log 9 saving data 8 source phone 8 target phone 8 unsupported phones 9 Copy data from source phone 8 to target phone 9 Copy data to target phone 9 Create a new connection 22 Custom contact list 16
Ignore contact deletions 15 Infrared 4 Installation
change language of installation 6 language selection 6 note to Windows ME users 5 PC Suite 5 temporary files 5 uninstall PC Suite 6
Introduction 3 IR 4 IR and Windows 95 20
Modem driver 19 Modem installation 20 Windows Modem setup 19 AOL 23
configure data software 22 Dial-up Networking 22 Palm 25 PocketPC 26
New contact list
Lotus Organizer 17 Other 17 Outlook 16
New modem connection 22 New Synchronization 16 Nokia Modem Setup (Windows 2000) 20 Note capacity 11 ringing tone 11 Notes on data calls 23 NT Workstation 4.0 and Infrared 21
Data applicatons 23 Data call
configure data software 20 establish IR connection 19 modem installation 20
Data call notes 23 Data calls
Open Standard MIDI file 12 Other data applications 23
getting started 19
Delete notes and rests 11 Deleting contacts-settings 15 Dial-up connections (Palm) 25 Dial-up Networking 22 Digital data before you begin 19 Digital data call reminders 23 Digital data call requirements 3 Download modem driver 19
Palm(tm) connectivity 25 PC 4 PC Composer 10 launching 10
overview of window 10
Content Copier 7 featured components 5 installation 5
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