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Call settings.. Anykey answer.. Automatic redial.. Speed dialling.. Calling card.. International prefix.. Data or fax calls. Call summary... Ringing tone for no caller ID. Phone settings.. Phone language.. DTMF tones.. Memory status.. Start-up tone... Create a banner.. Help text activation.. Infrared activation.. Send a business card.. Receive a business card.. Voice commands.. Handsfree operation with voice commands.. Enhancement settings.. Headset.. Handsfree.. Loopset... Textphone.. Charger.. Security settings.. Activate or deactivate phone lock. Allow numbers when phone locked. Change lock code.. Call restrictions.. Application settings.. Network.. Roaming options.. Mode..
Network services.. Store a feature code.. Call diverting.. Call waiting.. Send own caller ID when calling. View your own phone number.. Restore factory settings.. Infrared... Send and receive data.. Connection indicator.. Alarm clock.. Set or change an alarm setting. Repeat alarm.. Set the alarm tone.. Alarm conditions.. Turn an alarm off.. Calendar.. Open... Go to a date.. Note a specific date.. View notes (day view). Options while viewing a list of notes... Send a note.. Notes.. To-do list... Add a To-do note.. Calculator... Currency converter. Countdown timer.. Set the countdown timer.. Change the time. Stop the timer before the alarm sounds.. Stopwatch.. Measure time... Operation note.. Options...

11. Organiser.. 63

12. Mobile Web.. 72
Mobile internet access.. Sign on to the mobile internet. Navigate the mobile Internet.. Phone keys... Receive a call while online.. Make an emergency call while online.. Clear the cache and disconnect. 74

13. Extras.. 75

Games... 75 Collections.. 75 Memory.. 75

14. PC Connectivity. 76

USB data transfer.. 76 Transfer files using Windows Explorer.. 76 Nokia PC Suite.. 77
15. Enhancements. 78 16. Reference information. 79
Battery information.. 79 Nokia battery authentication guidelines... 80
17. Care and maintenance. 82 18. Additional safety information. 83 Index.. 88

About your device

The wireless devices described in this guide are approved for use on the CDMA 800, 1900 and AMPS networks. Contact your service provider for more information about networks. When using the features in this device, obey all laws and respect privacy and the legitimate rights of others. Warning: To use any features in this device, other than the alarm clock, the device must be switched on. Do not switch the device on when wireless phone use may cause interference or danger.

Shared memory

The following device features may share memory: contacts; text messages; photos, images, and tones in Gallery; calendar notes; games; and applications. Use of one or more of these features may reduce the memory available for the remaining features sharing memory. If your phone displays a message that the memory is full when you try to use a shared memory feature, delete some of the information or entries stored in the shared memory features before continuing. Some of the features, such as photos, images, and tones in Gallery; text messages; and applications may have a certain amount of memory specially allotted to them in addition to the memory shared with other features.

Network Services

To use the device you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the features in this device depend on features in the wireless network to function. These Network Services may not be available on all networks or you may have to make specific arrangements with your service provider before you can

Welcome

Congratulations on your purchase of the Nokia 6235 mobile phone. Your device provides many functions that are practical for daily use, such as a hands-free loudspeaker, alarm clock, calculator, calendar, camera, FM radio, and more. Your device can also connect to a PC, laptop, or other device using a data cable or infrared. To personalise your device you can set your favorite ringing tones.

Updates

From time to time, Nokia updates this guide to reflect changes. The latest version may be available at www.nokia-asia.com.

Getting help

If you need help, Nokia Customer Care is available for assistance. Before calling, we recommend that you write down the Electronic serial number (ESN) and have it available.

Find your device label

The ESN is found on the type label (1), which is located beneath the battery on the back of the device. See Remove the back cover on page 6.

1. In the standby mode, select Go to > Options > Organise. 2. Use the joystick to scroll up or down and highlight the function you wish to rearrange, and select Move > Move up, Move down, Move to top or Move to bottom. 3. Select Done > Yes to save the changes.

In-phone help

Many features have brief descriptions (help text) that can be viewed on the display. To activate help text, in the standby mode, select Menu > Settings > Phone settings > Help text activation > On or Off. To view these descriptions, scroll to a feature and wait for about 14 seconds. Use the joystick to view all the description or press Back to exit.

Set up your phone

2. Set up your phone

Antenna

In the Nokia 6235 phone, the antenna is internal and located towards the top of the device. Hold the device as you would any other telephone with the antenna area pointed up and over your shoulder. Note: As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the device is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the device to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed. Not touching the antenna area during a phone call optimises the antenna performance and battery life.

Change battery

Note: Before removing the cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the charger and any other device. Avoid touching electronic components while changing the covers. Always store and use the device with the covers attached.

Remove the back cover

With the back of the device facing you, slide the back cover toward the bottom of the device and remove.

Remove the battery

Replace the back cover
After you have removed the back cover, insert your finger into the finger grip, and lift the battery from its compartment.
1. Set the back cover on the device so that the cover tabs align with the slots in the device. 2. Slide the back cover towards the top of the device until the back cover is securely in place. Important: Do not remove the front cover of this device. Attempts to remove the front cover may damage the device.

Replace the battery

Charge the battery
1. Insert the gold-coloured contact end of the battery, into the battery slot. 2. Push down on the other end of the battery to snap the battery into place. 1. Plug the charger transformer into a standard ac outlet. 2. Insert the charger output plug into the round jack at the bottom end of the device.
After a few seconds, the battery indicator in the display starts to scroll from bottom to top. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made.

Lock the keypad

Press the joystick; then press * within two seconds.

Unlock the keypad

Select Unlock; then press * within two seconds.

Text entry

3. Text entry
You can use two methods for entering text and numbers: Standard mode and Predictive text mode. Select Clear to backspace the cursor and delete a character. Select and hold Clear to backspace continuously and delete characters. Press and hold # to bring up the Editor settings (Number mode, Dictionary on/Dictionary off, Writing language).

Numbers (123)

To switch to 123 mode from Abc mode, press and hold # at any message entry screen to bring up the Editor settings menu list of Number mode, Dictionary on/Dictionary off, and Writing language. Select Number mode, and the device will return to the message entry screen and switch the ABC icon in the upper left corner of the display to the 123 icon (or back).

Standard mode

Standard mode is the only way to enter text into the contacts list and to rename caller groups.

Text (Abc)

Press a key once to insert the first letter on the key, twice for the second letter, etc. If you pause briefly, the last letter in the display is accepted and your device awaits the next entry. Press 0 to enter a space, thereby accepting a completed word. Press 1 to insert a full stop into your message. Press and hold * to display a complete list of special characters.
Punctuation and special characters
While at any text entry screen, press * to display special characters (press and hold * if predictive text is on). Press * again to cycle through all available characters. You can navigate through the list of special characters by using the joystick. Once a character is highlighted, select Use to insert the character into your message.

Predictive text mode

Predictive text mode allows you to write messages quickly using your keypad and the built-in dictionary. Predictive mode is much faster than the standard mode method because you only press the corresponding key on your keypad once for each letter.
If ? appears after a word, select Spell to add the word to the dictionary. Press 1 to insert a full stop into your message. Press and hold * to display special characters. Press * again to cycle through all available characters.

Activate or deactivate

1. At any text entry screen, select Options > Dictionary on/Dictionary off. 2. If you are turning predictive text on, select the language of your choice.

Change case and mode

Press # to switch between uppercase, lowercase, and sentence case text, and between Standard and Predictive text mode. Case and mode are indicated by the following icons that appear in the upper left of the display screen. Uppercase text: standard mode is on. Lowercase text: standard mode is on. Sentence case text: standard mode is on. This option is available only at the beginning of a sentence. Uppercase text: predictive text is on.
The illustration below simulates your display each time a key is pressed. For example, to write Nokia with predictive text on and with the English dictionary selected, press each of the following keys once:
Press 0 to enter a space, and begin writing the next word. If a displayed word is not correct, press * to see other matches. To return to the previous word in the list of matches, select Prev.
Lowercase text: predictive text is on. Sentence case text: predictive text is on. This option is available only at the beginning of a sentence.

Messages

4. Messages
If you have subscribed to a message network service, you can send and receive messages to compatible phones that also subscribe to a message service. If supported by your service provider, you can also send and receive multimedia messages, and e-mail. See Text entry on page 13. When composing text messages, picture messages, or multimedia messages, the number of characters allowed appears in the top right corner of the message. The use of special (Unicode) characters takes up more space. If there are special characters in your message, the indicator may not show the message length correctly. Before the message is sent, the device tells you if the message exceeds the maximum length allowed for one message. Important: Exercise caution opening messages. Messages may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC. Note: When sending messages, your device may display Message sent. This is an indication that the message has been sent by your device to the message center number programmed into your device. This is not an indication that the message has been received at the intended destination. For more details about messaging services, check with your service provider.

Listen to voice messages

Once you have set up voice mail, press and hold 1 or use the Messages menu to dial the voice mailbox number. Once you connect and the prerecorded greeting begins, follow the automated instructions to listen to your voice messages.

Automate voice mail

You can insert special characters called dialling codes into phone numbers such as voice mail, and save the number to a speed dialling location. Dialling codes instruct the receiving system to pause, wait, bypass, or accept the numbers that follow them in the dialling string. See Setup phone numbers with dialling codes on page 32. Voice mail services vary by service provider. The following instructions are examples of common operations. Please check with your service provider for specific instructions on using your voice mail service.
Be precise; you will need this information to Setup phone numbers with dialling codes on page 32.

Clear voice mail icon

To clear the voice mail icon from the display, in the standby mode, select Menu > Messages > Voice messages > Clear voice mail icon.

Web messaging

Web messaging is a network service. See Network Services on page viii. If your wireless service provider supports this feature, you can use the Minibrowser to check for e-mail messages. In the standby mode, select Menu > Messages > Minibrowser messages > Connect. See Mobile Web on page 72, for more information on using the Minibrowser in your device to access Web pages.
Write down voice mailbox number and process
1. Write down your voice mailbox number. 2. Call and check your voice mail as you normally would. 3. Write down your interaction with the recorded prompts step-by-step. Keep in mind that each voice mail service may vary. However, it should look something like this: Dial 8585551212, pause 5 seconds, press 1, pause 2 seconds, press 1234, press #.

Text message folders

Save messages
You can save drafts of messages or received messages to an existing folder or to a folder that you have created. 1. Open the received message or create a new message, and select Options. 25
2. To save a received message, select Save > Sent items, Archive, Templates, or a folder you have created. 3. To save the draft of a message you have created, select Save message > Drafts or Templates.
Select Add folder to add a custom folder, or Options > Add folder, Rename folder, Delete folder if a folder has already been created. 3. When the folder opens, scroll to the message you wish to view, and Select.

View saved messages

1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Messages > Text messages. 2. Select the folder containing the message you wish to view: Inbox Automatically stores received messages. Outbox Stores messages that have not been sent. Sent items Stores messages that have been sent. Drafts Stores messages created as drafts. Archive Store messages you choose to Archive from your other folders. Templates Stores pictures and prewritten templates. Preloaded templates can be edited and personalised. My folders Allows you to Organise your messages by creating custom folders and saving some of your messages here.

All received browser data View the size (kB) of all received browser data. Last browser session View the duration time of the last browser session. All browser sessions View the duration time of all browser sessions. Clear all browser registers Select OK > Yes to clear all browser logs.

Contacts

6. Contacts
The contacts list can hold up to 500 contacts with multiple numbers and text notes for each contact. The amount of numbers and text entries that you can save may vary, depending on length and the total number of entries in the contacts list.
Setup phone numbers with dialling codes
Dialling codes instruct the receiving system to pause, wait, bypass or accept the numbers that follow them in the dialling string. 1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Contacts > Speed dials. 2. Scroll to an (empty) speed dialling slot and select Assign. 3. Enter the phone number, including the area code. 4. Refer to dialling codes and enter any codes as necessary. For example, if you pause for 5 seconds after connecting to the dialled number, enter p twice (two times 2.5 seconds) after the number: 2145551212pp. 5. Enter any remaining pauses or other information that allows you to listen to your messages, and select OK. 6. Enter a name (such as Voice Mail), and select OK. To dial and listen to your programmed number, press and hold the assigned speed dialling key in the standby mode.

Add new contacts

To add a new contact: 1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Contacts > Add new. 2. Enter the name, and select OK. 3. Enter the phone number, and select OK > Done.
Save contact name and number
1. In the standby mode, use the keypad to enter the phone number you wish to save. 2. Select Save. 3. Enter the name, and select OK.

Save contact number only

1. In the standby mode, use the keypad to enter the phone number you wish to save. 2. Press and hold Options. 32

Insert dialling codes

Press * repeatedly to cycle through dialling codes. Once the desired code appears in the display, pause briefly and the code is inserted into the dialling string. The following dialling codes are available: * Bypasses a set of instructions. p Pauses for 2.5 seconds before sending any numbers that follow. + Replaces the international access code. w Waits for you to press the call key before sending the numbers or codes that follow.

When the device finds the voice tag, Found: appears, and the device automatically dials the number. If the device does not locate a number or recognise the voice tag, No match found appears.

Voice tags

After you have associated a voice tag to a contact, in the standby mode, select Menu > Contacts > Voice tags > Options > Playback, Change or Delete.

Caller groups

You can add contacts list entries to any of five caller groups, and then assign a unique ringing tone or graphic to that group. This enables you to identify callers from the group by their unique ringing tone or graphic. 1. Scroll to a name in your contacts list you would like to add to a caller group, and select Details. 2. Select Options > Caller groups > Family, VIP, Friends, Business or Other. 3. After you select your caller group option, select Options and one of the following: Group name Rename the group to your preference.

Dial a number

1. Press and hold the Right selection key. 2. When you hear several beeps and Speak now appears, release the key. 3. Pronounce the voice tag clearly into the microphone.
Group ringing tone Set the ringing tone for the group. Group logo Turn the graphic for the caller group On or Off or View the graphic. Group members Add or remove members from the caller group.
Change type Change the number type to General, Mobile, Home, Office or Fax or the detail type to E-mail address, Web address, Postal address or Note. Set as default Change the default number of the contact. Add number Add a number to the contact. Add detail Add an address or note to the contact. Add image Add a photo to the contact. Caller groups Add the contact to an existing caller group. Custom tone Set a ringing tone to the contact different than the default. Send bus. card Send the contact as a business card to another device. Send message Create and send the contact a text message. Speed dial Add the contact to your speed dialling list. Edit name Edit the name of the contact. View name View the name of the contact. Available when a contact is selected that is listed with a contact name. Delete Delete the entire contact entry from your contacts list. 37
1. Scroll through the contacts list to highlight the entry you would like to edit, and select Details > Options. The list of options varies depending on whether you are editing a contact listed by phone number or contact name. 2. Some of the following options may be available: Add voice tag Add a voice tag to the contact. Edit number/Edit detail Edit an existing phone number or the details attached from the contact. Delete number/Delete detail Delete a phone number or the details attached from the contact. Use number Edit the number and associate a name with the number. Available when a contact is selected that is listed with a contact name. Select Options to use the number.

Folders

1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Gallery > Images, Video clips, Music files, Graphics, Tones or Recordings folder. 2. Select Open to view a list of the files in the folder or select Options to access the following: Delete folder Delete a folder you have created. You cannot delete a preset folder. Move Move the selected folder into another folder. After selecting Move, scroll to another folder, and select Options > Move. You cannot move a preset folder.
Rename folder Rename a folder you have created. You cannot rename a preset folder. Details Show the name, size, and date of creation of the selected folder. Type of view Select List or Grid to determine how the folders and the files within folders are displayed. Sort Sort the contents of the selected folder by name, date, format or size. Add folder Create a new folder. Memory status Check the available memory for the device handset. Activation key list View the list of available activation keys. You can delete activation keys if desired.

9. Media

Media player
With the media player you can download, view, and play compatible images, audio and video files, and animated images from a variety of sources. The media player allows you to play streaming videos and streaming audio from a network server. Streaming functionality is a network service and requires network support. Check the availability of these services, pricing, and tariffs with your network operator or the service provider whose service you wish to use. Service providers will also give you instructions on how to use their services. In the standby mode, select Menu > Media > Media player and one of the following: Open Gallery Open the Gallery. From Gallery, you can play stored audio and video files. See Gallery on page 42. Go to address Enter the address of a mobile Internet service, and select OK.

Radio

Your phone has an FM radio that also functions as an alarm clock radio. To listen to the FM radio on your phone, connect a compatible music stand or stereo headset to the connector on the bottom of the phone. The FM radio uses the wire of the headset as an antenna. A compatible headset needs to be attached to the device for the FM radio to function properly. The quality of a radio broadcast depends on coverage of the radio station in that particular area. Warning: Listen to music at a moderate level. Continuous exposure to high volume may damage your hearing.
Turn the radio on and off
1. Connect the phone to a compatible headset or music stand. 2. In the standby mode, select Menu > Media > Radio. 3. To turn off the radio, press and hold the end key.

Use the radio

With the radio on, select Options and one of the following: Switch off Turn off the radio. Save channel Save the current station to one of 20 locations. Automatic tuning Press the joystick up or down to start the channel search. Select OK when a channel is found. Manual tuning Press the joystick up or down to search in increments of 0.05 MHz. Set frequency Manually enter the frequency of a known radio station. Delete channel Delete a saved channel. Rename Rename a saved channel and select OK. Loudspeaker/Headset Listen to the radio through the speakerphone or through the headset. Mono output/Stereo output Listen to the radio in monaural mode (default) or in stereo. Stereo output is available through a stereo enhancement. To set the radio frequency, press * and use the keypad to enter the frequency of a known radio station. To tune the radio manually, press #; then press the joystick up or down to search in increments of 0.1 MHz.

Default profile Choose the profile you wish to be automatically activated when your device is connected to the charger. Lights Choose to keep the device lights always on, or to shut off automatically after several seconds. Select On or Automatic.
On power-up Turns on the device lock feature the next time you turn the device on. If you selected Lock now, you will be prompted to enter your lock code when you press Menu, the right softkey, or the left softkey. When the lock code has been entered, phone lock deactivates and your device functions normally. When phone lock is activated, Phone locked is displayed each time you turn your device on or off. When the device is locked, calls still may be possible to the official emergency number programmed into your device. Call not allowed is displayed if you attempt to place a call while your device is locked. To answer a call with phone lock on, select Answer or press the call key.

Security settings

Activate or deactivate phone lock
The phone lock feature protects your device from unauthorized outgoing calls or unauthorized access to information stored in the device. To activate or deactivate the phone lock setting on your device: 1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Settings > Security settings. 2. Enter the lock code, and select OK. See Change lock code on page 58. 3. Select Phone lock and one of the following options: Off Immediately turns off the device lock feature. Lock now Immediately turns on the device lock feature.
Allow numbers when phone locked
When phone lock is on, the only outgoing calls that can be made are to the emergency number programmed into your device (for example, 000 or 111) or the number stored in the Allowed no. when phone locked location:
1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Settings > Security settings. 2. Enter the lock code, and select OK. See Change lock code on page 58. 3. Select Allowed number. when phone locked. Highlight an empty folder and select Assign and enter the phone number; or select Assign > Search to recall the number from Contacts. Select OK.
even if you power off the device between incorrect entries. 1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Settings > Security settings > Change lock code. 2. Enter the new lock code (must be 4 characters in length), re-enter the new lock code for verification, and select OK. 3. Reenter the new lock code for verification, and select OK. When you change your lock code, make sure you store it in a safe place, away from your device. Avoid entering access codes similar to emergency numbers to prevent accidental emergency calls.

Press any key during the alarm to stop the alarm. After 3 minutes the timer alert expires automatically.

Change the time

After you have set the timer, you can change the time. 1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Organiser > Countdown timer > Change time. 2. Enter the new time, and select OK. 3. Leave the note as it was, or enter a new note, and select Start.

Countdown timer

You can enter a specified time (up to 99 hours and 59 minutes). When the time runs out, your device sounds an alarm. Note: The countdown timer only works when the device is on. Once you turn off your device, the timer is no longer active.
Stop the timer before the alarm sounds
After you have set the timer, you can stop the timer. In the standby mode, select Menu > Organiser > Countdown timer > Stop timer.

Set the countdown timer

1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Organiser > Countdown timer. 2. Enter the time (in hh:mm format), and select OK. 3. Enter a note for the timer, and select Start. The icon appears on the standby mode when the countdown timer is set. When the time runs out, your device sounds an alarm, displays the timer note, and flashes its lights.

Stopwatch

Your device has a stopwatch that can be used to track time. The stopwatch displays time in hours, minutes, seconds and fractions of a second in hh:mm:ss:s format. Using the stopwatch or allowing it to run in the background when using other features increases the demand on battery power and reduces the battery life.

Measure time

1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Organiser > Stopwatch > Split timing or Lap timing > Start. The running time displays. Split timing You can use the split time function for such things as a long distance race when you need to pace yourself. Select Split to note the lapsed time. The timer continues to run and the split time appears below the running time. Each time you select Split, the new measured time appears at the beginning of the list. Lap timing You can use the lap time function when you want to track how long it takes to complete each cycle or lap. Select Lap to note the lap time. The clock stops, then starts immediately from zero. The lap time appears below the running time. Each time you select Lap, the new measured time appears at the beginning of the list. 2. Select Stop to end the timing and display the total time or select Stop > Options > Start or Reset to continue or reset timing.

Extras

13. Extras
Challenge yourself or a friend to one of the fun games in your device. Some menus listed are network services. Contact your wireless provider for more information. When you download games or applications, they may be saved in either the Games or the Collection folders. 1. In the standby mode, select Menu > Extras > Collection. 2. Select an application: World clock II, or Converter II. Note: Only install applications from sources that offer adequate protection against harmful software.

Games

In the standby mode, select Menu > Extras > Games to display the games on your device.

Memory

You can view the size of memory available for games or application installations. In the standby mode, select Menu > Extras > Memory. Note: Only install applications from sources that offer adequate protection against harmful software.

Collections

Collections is a network service. See Network Services on page viii. If your wireless service provider supports this feature, you will find useful applications pre-installed on your device. Also, you can manage and download new Java applications that may be offered by your wireless provider. An application may require a few seconds to load. When you open an application, wait for the launch screen to disappear. At that point, the application is ready.

PC Connectivity

14. PC Connectivity

USB data transfer

You can transfer data such as music, photos, and videos from your device to a compatible PC, or from a compatible PC to your device using a DKU-2 USB data cable. The cable is connected to your device correctly when the arrowhead points toward the display screen. Disconnect the USB data cable from the device to make a call. Use the Nokia Audio Manager software to handle your files and transfer them from the PC to your device. See Nokia PC Suite on page 77. 3. Click on the folders to display a window that shows the contents of the folder on the device. 4. Open a second instance of Windows Explorer and display the contents of the folder on your PC where you have files, photo files, or video files stored. 5. Select the files on your PC that you wish to transfer to the device. 6. Drag and drop the files from the second window into the first window and place them in a folder. 7. The files are transferred to the device. If you selected files that require more memory than the device memory has, an error note displays. Deselect some of your files until the selections fit the memory. 8. Disconnect the USB cable by double-clicking the green arrow on the taskbar at the bottom of your PC screen. A window pops up that shows Unplug or Eject Hardware.

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Organize functions

1. At the start screen, select Go to > Options > Organize. 2. Use the joystick to scroll up or down and highlight the function you wish to rearrange, and select Move > Move up, Move down, Move to top, or Move to bottom. 3. Select Done > Yes to save the changes.

In-phone help

Many features have brief descriptions (help text) that can be viewed on the display. To activate help text, at the start screen, select Menu >Settings > Phone settings > Help text activation > On or Off. To view these descriptions, scroll to a feature and wait for about 14 seconds. Use the joystick to view all the description or press Back to exit.

Set up your phone

2. Set up your phone

Antenna

In the Nokia 6235, Nokia 6235i, Nokia 6236, and Nokia 6236i phones, the antenna is internal and located towards the top of the device. A GPS antenna is activated when you place an emergency call or when you select On from the Location info sharing menu. See Location info sharing, p. 64.
Hold the device as you would any other telephone with the antenna area pointed up and over your shoulder.
Note: As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the device is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the device to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed. Not touching the antenna area during a phone call optimizes the antenna performance and battery life.

Change battery

Note: Before removing the cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the charger and any other device. Avoid touching electronic components while changing the covers. Always store and use the device with the covers attached.

Remove the back cover

With the back of the device facing you, slide the back cover toward the bottom of the device and remove.

Remove the battery

After you have removed the back cover, insert your finger into the finger grip, and lift the battery from its compartment.

UIM (CDMA SIM) card slot

Your device has a UIM card slot built into the mechanics, located under the battery. The UIM is a carrier-specific feature and is not functional in this model. Do not place any objects in this slot.

Lowercase text: standard mode is on. Sentence case text: standard mode is on. This option is available only at the beginning of a sentence. Uppercase text: predictive text is on. Lowercase text: predictive text is on. Sentence case text: predictive text is on. This option is available only at the beginning of a sentence.

Messages

4. Messages
If you have subscribed to a message network service, you can send and receive messages to compatible phones that also subscribe to a message service. If supported by your service provider, you can also send and receive multimedia messages, and e-mail. See Text entry, p. 24. When composing text messages, picture messages, or multimedia messages, the number of characters allowed appears in the top right corner of the message. The use of special (Unicode) characters takes up more space. If there are special characters in your message, the indicator may not show the message length correctly. Before the message is sent, the device tells you if the message exceeds the maximum length allowed for one message. Important: Exercise caution opening messages. Messages may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC. Note: When sending messages, your device may display Message sent. This is an indication that the message has been sent by your device to the message center number programmed into your device. This is not an indication that the message has been received at the intended destination. For more details about messaging services, check with your service provider.

Text messages

Write and send
1. At the start screen, select Menu > Messages > Text messages > Create message. To go quickly to the Create message display, scroll left from the start screen. 2. Compose and send a message using the keypad. Some or all of the following Options are available while composing your message: PreviewPreview the message when sending a picture message. Sending optionsMark or Unmark the sending options of a single message as Urgent, Delivery note, Callback no., or Signature. See Change sending options, p. 29. Clear textErase all text from the message editor.
Insert pictureInsert a picture from Templates folder into your message. Change pictureChange the picture in a picture message. Delete pictureDelete the picture in a picture message. Insert contactInsert a name from your contacts list into your message. Insert numberInsert a phone number or find a phone number in the contacts list. Save messageSelect Drafts to save the message in the Drafts folder; select Templates to save the message as one of your predefined templates in the Templates folder. Exit editorExit the message editor. Use templateInsert a predefined template into your message. See Templates 28. Insert smileyInsert a smiley into your message. Insert word Enter a word and insert it into your message. This option is available if predictive text is turned on. Insert symbolInsert a special character into your message. This option is available if predictive text is turned on. Writing languageChoose the language you want to use. Dictionary onTurn the predictive text on or off. MatchesView matches in the dictionary for the word you want to use. 3. To send the message, select Send > Send to number, Send to e-mail, Send to distrib. list (if a distribution list has been created), or Send to many. Enter the recipients phone number or select Search to retrieve a number from Contacts, and select OK. 4. To resend, edit or view recipients for the message, select Resend > Send, Edit message or View recipients.

Sound: SP-MIDI, AMR audio, QCELP, EVRC, and monophonic ringing tones Video: clips in H.264 (Profile 0, level 10) format with MPEG-4 (SVPO), 3GPP, 3GPP2, with AMR audio If a received message contains unsupported elements, these elements may be replaced with the text Object format not supported. You cannot receive multimedia messages if you have a call in progress, games or other applications running, or an active browsing session. Because delivery of multimedia messages can fail for a variety of reasons, do not rely solely upon them for essential communications.

MMS settings

Before you can use the multimedia message feature, you must specify whether you want to receive messages at all times or only if you are in the service providers home system. This feature is a network service. check with your service provider for more information. The default setting of the multimedia message service is generally on. The default setting to receive a multimedia message is generally on the receiving device.
Allow or block multimedia reception
You can choose to receive all messages, to block all messages, or to receive messages only when you are in the service providers home network. From the start screen, select Menu > Messages > Multimedia msgs. > Message settings > Allow multimedia reception and one of the following: YesAllow all incoming messages. When new messages arrive, you are notified with Multimedia message received or %N multimedia messages received. In home networkAllow incoming messages only if you are in the service providers home system. This is a network service. Check with your service provider for more information. NoBlock all incoming messages.
Retrieve or reject multimedia messages
From the start screen, select Menu > Messages > Multimedia msgs. > Message settings > Incoming multi- media messages > Retrieve to automatically retrieve all messages to your inbox, Retrieve manually to choose which messages you want to retrieve to your inbox, or Reject to reject all incoming multimedia messages.
When messages are available, you are notified 1 multimedia message available or %N multimedia messages available.
Allow or block advertisements
This setting is not available if multimedia reception is blocked. From the start screen, select Menu > Messages > Multimedia msgs. > Message settings > Allow advertisements > Yes or No.

Other MMS settings

Other multimedia settings include saving your messages to the Sent items folder. From the start screen, select Menu > Messages > Multimedia msgs. > Message settings and one of the following: Save sent messagesSelect Yes to save sent multimedia messages to the Sent items folder or No to discard Delivery reportsSelect On to be informed if the message was delivered or Off to not be informed. Default slide timingSet the default time in mm:ss format for each slide in an MMS to remain on the screen.

Camera

7. Camera
You can take photos and record video clips with the built-in camera. The camera lens is on the back of the device. The camera produces photos in JPEG format and video clips in H.263 (SubQCIF) format. After you take a picture or video, you can attach it to a multimedia message, send it with MMS, save it as a wallpaper, save it on a compatible PC using Nokia PC Suite software, and upload it to a Web address with the content image uploader. When you attach a picture to an entry in your list of contacts, the picture is displayed when the contact calls you. The Nokia 6235, Nokia 6235i, Nokia 6236, and Nokia 6236i devices support an image capture resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The image resolution in these materials may appear different. If there is not enough memory to take a new photo, delete old photos or other files in the Gallery.

Take a photo

1. At the start screen, press the joystick up to activate the camera or select Menu > Camera. 2. Select Capture to take the photo. When taking a photo, a shutter sound is heard, the photo displays on the screen, and either a blinking icon or scrolling indicator displays as the photo is saved to the Images folder of Gallery. To change the camera mode to standard, portrait, night or video, see Change mode, 54. 3. Select Back to take another photo or Options and choose from one of the following: ZoomZoom in closer before capturing a photo or get a closer look at the captured photo; use the joystick to navigate around the photo. SendSelect Via multimedia or Via infrared to send a photo to a compatible device or PC. RenameEnter or edit the name of the captured photo and select OK. Open Gallery Open the Gallery to view saved images, videos, and recordings. Set contrastUse the joystick to adjust the contrast of the captured photo.
Set as wallpaperUse a captured photo for wallpaper. DetailsView the Name, Size, Created, Format, Resolution, or Copyright of a captured photo.

Change mode

At the start screen, select Menu > Camera >Options > Change mode or, from the viewfinder mode, hold and press the right or left joystick position to switch between the following modes: Standard photoTake normal landscape photos. Portrait photoTake a smaller icon-sized, vertical photo, which can be added to an entry in your contacts list. Night modeTake a photo when the lighting is dim and the camera needs a longer exposure time for the photo to be of good quality. VideoRecord a video. See Record a video clip, p. 55.

Self-timer

At the start screen, select Menu > Camera >Options > Self-timer to set a timer and delay capturing a photo for 10 seconds. Select Start a beep sounds while the self-timer runs and beeps faster when the camera is about to capture the photo. After the timeout, the camera takes the photo and saves the photo in the Images folder of the Gallery menu.

Turn the radio on and off
1. Connect the phone to a compatible headset or music stand. 2. From the start screen, select Menu > Media > Radio. 3. To turn off the radio, press and hold the end key.

Use the radio

With the radio on, select Options and one of the following: Turn offTurn off the radio. Save channelSave the current station to one of 20 locations. Automatic tuningPress the joystick up or down to start the channel search. Select OK when a channel is found. Manual tuningPress the joystick up or down to search in increments of 0.05 MHz. Set frequencyManually enter the frequency of a known radio station. Delete channelDelete a saved channel. RenameRename a saved channel and select OK. Loudspeaker/HeadsetListen to the radio through the speakerphone or through the headset. Mono output/Stereo outputListen to the radio in monaural mode (default) or in stereo. Stereo output is available through a stereo enhancement. To set the radio frequency, press * and use the keypad to enter the frequency of a known radio station. To tune the radio manually, press #; then press the joystick up or down to search in increments of 0.05 MHz. To adjust the radio volume, press the Volume up and Volume down keys. When an application using a browser connection is sending or receiving data, it may interfere with the radio. When you place or receive a call, the radio automatically mutes. Once the call is ended, the radio switches back on.

Save a radio channel

You can save a preset station to any one of 20 locations in memory, and then tune to that station by using the joystick with the radio on. 1. With the radio on, press and hold the joystick up or down to start the channel search. Searching stops when a channel is found. 2. To save the channel, select Options > Save channel. 3. Enter a name for the channel, and select OK. 4. Select an (empty) location to save the channel. While the radio is playing, you can quickly save an FM station to 19 memory locations.
1. Press and hold the corresponding number key. 2. Enter the name of the channel, and select OK.

Voice recorder

This feature allows you to record pieces of speech or sound with your device and listen to them later. The total available time is 3 minutes if no memos have been stored. The maximum length of a recording depends on how much memory remains available. From the start screen, select Menu > Media >Voice recorder > Record to start the recording, or Recordings list to manage the folder you have defined for recording storage. Save recordings to the Recordings folder or to another folder in the Gallery.

Voice privacy

Voice privacy is a network service. See Network Services, p. 6. If your wireless service provider supports this feature, the voice privacy feature protects the privacy of your current phone conversation from other callers placing phone calls on your same network. At the start screen, select Menu > Settings > Security settings > Voice privacy > On or Off.

Network

The menu options you see in your device are based on your service providers network. The network determines which options actually appear in the device menu. Check with your service provider for more information. The Network menu allows you to customize the way your device chooses a network in which to operate while you are within or outside of your primary or home system. Your device is set to search for the most cost-effective network. If
your device cannot find a preferred network, it selects a network automatically based on the option you choose in the Network menu.

Roaming options

You can set your device to roam or search for another network when you are not in your home area. 1. At the start screen, select Menu > Settings > Network > Roaming options. 2. Select one of the following options: Home onlyYou can make and receive calls in your home area only. AutomaticThe device automatically searches for service in another digital network. If one is not found, the device uses analog service. The roaming rate applies when not in the home service area. 3. Select OK, if necessary, to confirm the activation.
You can choose whether your device uses digital or analog service. 1. At the start screen, select Menu > Settings > Network > Mode. 2. Select one of the following service options: Digital preferredThe device works in digital mode but will also work in analog mode when digital mode is unavailable. Digital onlyThe device only works in digital mode. Analog onlyThe device only works in analog mode.

Network services

The following features are network services. See Network Services, p. 6.

Store a feature code

1. At the start screen, select Menu > Settings > Network services > Network feature setting. 2. Enter the feature code from your service provider (for example, *633), and select OK.
3. Select the type of service that matches the feature code you entered (for example, Call forwarding). The activated feature code is now stored in your device, and you are returned to the Feature code: field. Continue entering other feature codes (for example, *633), or press the end key to return to the start screen. Once you enter a network feature code successfully the feature becomes visible in the Network services menu.

Receive notes

When you receive a calendar note in calendar-to-calendar (vCal) format, your device displays Calendar note received.
To view calendar notes, select Show and, if necessary, scroll to view the entire message. To save calendar notes after viewing, select Options > Save. To discard calendar notes after viewing, select Options > Discard or select Exit. When you receive a calendar note or text message, a message notification appears on the start screen. You can save the note in your calendar and set an alarm for any date and time.

Notes

You can write and save information in Notes, and send notes via multimedia, text message, or infrared. From the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Notes. If there are no notes created, select Add note, create your note and select Save when done. If notes have already been created, highlight the note you wish to use and select View to read, or select Options to perform one of the following: Make a noteCreate additional notes. DeleteDiscard a note. EditChange or add information to a note. Send noteSend a note Via multimedia, Via text message, or Via infrared. Delete all notesDelete all notes created.

To-do list

Use the to-do list feature to keep track of your tasks. You can save a note for a task, select a priority level for the note and mark it as done when you have completed it. You can sort the notes by priority or by date.

Add a To-do note

1. From the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > To-do list. 2. If there are no notes, select Add note. 3. Enter the subject of the to-do note, and select Save. 4. Select either High, Medium, or Low priority. The to-do note is saved. The device automatically sets the deadline.

View a To-do note

1. From the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > To-do list. 2. Highlight a to-do note, and select Options to select from the following: AddAdd another note (available only in header view). DeleteDelete the note. Mark note as doneMark a note or task as complete; no more reminders will follow. Sort by deadlineSort the notes according to their deadline. SendSend the note to another device using IR, as a text or multimedia message, or as a calendar note to another compatible device. Go to calendarLeave the to-do list, and go to the calendar. Save to calendarSave the to-do note to a date on your calendar. Delete all notesDelete all the to-do notes in the list (available only in header view). 3. View the to-do note and select Edit to edit the note or Options to select from the following: DeadlineSet a deadline for the note (available only in body view). Mark note as doneMark a note or task as complete; no more reminders will follow. DeleteDelete the note. Edit priorityChange the priority to high, medium, or low (available only in body view). SendSend the note to another device using IR, as a text or multimedia message, or as a calendar note to another compatible device. Go to calendarLeave the to-do list, and go to the calendar. Save to calendarSave the to-do note to a date on your calendar.

Calculator

The calculator in your device adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, calculates the square and the square root, changes the sign of the number entered, and converts currency values.
Note: This calculator has a limited accuracy and is designed for simple calculations. 1. At the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Calculator. 2. Enter the first number in the calculation. Press # for a decimal point if necessary. To perform a square or square root calculation, select Options > Square or Square root. To cycle through the add (+), subtract (-), multiply (*), and divide (/) characters, press *. Pause briefly to select the displayed character. To change the sign, select Options > Change sign, or scroll up or down. 3. Enter the second number in your calculation. 4. Select Equals if calculation is complete or Options if more functions are required.

Currency converter

You can convert foreign currency to domestic, or vice versa, directly from the start screen or from the Calculator menu. Note: When you change base currency, you must key in the new rates because all previously set exchange rates are set to zero. 1. At the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Calculator > Options > Exchange rate > Foreign units in home units or Home units in foreign units. Foreign units in home unitsThe number of home units it takes to make one unit of foreign currency. Home units in foreign unitsThe number of foreign units it takes to make one unit of your home currency. 2. Enter the exchange rate (press # to insert a decimal), and select OK. 3. At the start screen, select Back to return to Calculator screen and enter currency amount to convert. 4. Select Options > To home or To foreign. To homeconverts foreign currency to domestic currency. To foreignconverts domestic currency to foreign currency.
5. If you havent already entered an exchange rate, the device will prompt you to enter it now. Select OK. You can edit the exchange rate at any time.

Countdown timer

You can enter a specified time (up to 99 hours and 59 minutes). When the time runs out, your device sounds an alarm. Note: The countdown timer only works when the device is on. Once you turn off your device, the timer is no longer active.

Set the countdown timer

1. At the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Countdown timer. 2. Enter the time (in hh:mm format), and select OK. 3. Enter a note for the timer, and select OK. The icon appears on the start screen when the countdown timer is set. When the time runs out, your device sounds an alarm, displays the timer note, and flashes its lights. Press any key during the alarm to stop the alarm. After 3 minutes the timer alert expires automatically.

Change the time

After you have set the timer, you can change the time. 1. At the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Countdown timer > Change time. 2. Enter the new time, and select OK. 3. Leave the note as it was, or enter a new note, and select OK.

Stop the timer before the alarm sounds
After you have set the timer, you can stop the timer. At the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Countdown timer > Stop timer.

Stopwatch

Your device has a stopwatch that can be used to track time. The stopwatch displays time in hours, minutes, seconds and fractions of a second in hh:mm:ss:s format. Using the stopwatch or allowing it to run in the background when using other features increases the demand on battery power and reduces the battery life.

Measure time

1. At the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Stopwatch > Split timing or Lap timing > Start. The running time displays. Split timingYou can use the split time function for such things as a long distance race when you need to pace yourself. Select Split to note the lapsed time. The timer continues to run and the split time appears below the running time. Each time you select Split, the new measured time appears at the beginning of the list. Lap timingYou can use the lap time function when you want to track how long it takes to complete each cycle or lap. Select Lap to note the lap time. The clock stops, then starts immediately from zero. The lap time appears below the running time. Each time you select Lap, the new measured time appears at the beginning of the list. 2. Select Stop to end the timing and display the total time or select Stop > Options > Start or Reset to continue or reset timing.
Save, view or delete lap and split times
To save a time while the clock is running select Stop > Save, enter a name for the measurement, and select OK. If you do not enter a name, the total time is used as the default title for the lap or split time. To view a saved time, from the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Stopwatch > Show last time or View times. To delete a saved time, from Stopwatch, select View times > enter the time to delete > Delete > Yes or select Delete times > One by one or Delete all.

Operation note

If you press the end key and return to the start screen, the clock continues to run in the background and the icon appears in the upper left corner of the screen. To return to the stopwatch screens, at the start screen, select Menu > Organizer > Stopwatch >Continue. To stop the clock, select Stop.

Memory

You can view the size of memory available for games or application installations. At the start screen, select Menu > Extras > Memory. Note: Only install applications from sources that offer adequate protection against harmful software.

PC Connectivity

14. PC Connectivity

USB data transfer

You can transfer data such as music, photos, and videos from your device to a compatible PC, or from a compatible PC to your device using a DKU-2 USB data cable. The cable is connected to your device correctly when the arrowhead points toward the display screen. Disconnect the USB data cable from the device to make a call. Use the Nokia Audio Manager software to handle your music files and transfer them from the PC to the memory card in your device. See Nokia PC Suite, p. 95.
Transfer files using Windows Explorer
After you have installed the Nokia Audio Manager, it is possible to use Windows Explorer to transfer music, photo, and video files to your device and from your device to your PC. 1. Connect your PC and your device with a DKU-2 USB cable. Data enhancement connected displays on your device. 2. Open Windows Explorer. Your device will appear as a local drive (named by Nokia 6235, Nokia 6235i, Nokia 6236, and Nokia 6236i), and with a drive letter assigned to it. 3. Click on the folders to display a window that shows the contents of the folder on the device memory card. 4. Open a second instance of Windows Explorer and display the contents of the folder on your PC where you have MP3 files, photo files, or video files stored. 5. Select the files on your PC that you wish to transfer to the device. 6. Drag and drop the files from the second window into the first window and place them in a folder. 7. The files are transferred to the device and can be played by the Music player, or accessed by the Media player. If you selected files that require more memory than the device memory has, an error note displays. Deselect some of your files until the selections fit the memory.
8. Disconnect the USB cable by double-clicking the green arrow on the taskbar at the bottom of your PC screen. A window pops up that shows Unplug or Eject Hardware. 9. Click on USB device in the hardware devices window. A popup window shows Stop a Hardware device. 10. Highlight USB device and click OK. The popup window Safe to Remove Hardware is shown with the message The USB Device device can now be safely removed from the system. Select OK. Important: To ensure that all memory card operations are completed in a controlled way, do not unplug the connectivity cable until Windows notifies you that it is safe to do so. Uncontrolled completion of the memory card operations may cause the memory card and the information stored on it to become corrupted. A corrupted memory card may have to be formatted before it can be used again. When a memory card is formatted, all information on the card is permanently lost.

*In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phone used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band. For SAR information in other regions, please look under product information at www.nokiausa.com.

Technical information

Type designationRM-60 DimensionsWidth 42.3 mm; length 105.5 mm; depth 18 mm Weight98 g with BL-6C Li-Ion Battery Volume69 cu cm Wireless networksCDMA 800 MHz, CDMA 1900 MHz, and AMPS 800 Frequency range (Tx)AMPS: 824.04-848.97 MHz, PCS: 1851.25-1908.75 MHz, Cellular: 824.70-848.37 MHz Frequency range (Rx)AMPS: 869.04-893.97 MHz, PCS: 1931.25-1988.75 MHz, Cellular: 869.70-893.37 MHz GPS frequency1575.42 MHz
This section provides information about battery charging times with the Travel Charger (ACP-12) and the Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7), talk-times, and standby times. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change. For more information, contact your service provider.

Charging times

The following charging times are approximate with the BL-6C 1070 mAh Li-Ion battery: Travel Charger (ACP-12): Up to 1 hour 35 minutes Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7): Up to 3 hours 45 minutes

Talk and standby times

Operation times are estimates only and depend on signal strength, phone use, network conditions, features used, battery age and condition (including charging habits), temperatures to which the battery is exposed, and many other factors.
Talk time: 3 to 3.5 hours (digital) Standby time: 8 to 12 days

Patent information

Manufactured or sold under one or more of the following US patents:

6510148 5793744

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called cordless phones; which have a base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures far below the FCC safety limits.
4. What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radio frequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of wireless phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory animals. However, many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used animals that had been genetically engineered or treated with cancer-causing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop cancer in the absence of RF exposure. Other studies exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day. These conditions are not similar to the conditions under which people use wireless phones, so we dont know with certainty what the results of such studies mean for human health. Three large epidemiology studies have been published since December 2000. Between them, the studies investigated any possible association between the use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers. None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none of the studies can answer questions about long-term exposures, since the average period of phone use in these studies was around three years.
5. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are needed. Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in a few years. However, very large numbers of animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect if one exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data that is directly applicable to human populations, but 10 or more

 

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