Nokia 500 Auto Navigation
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User reviews and opinions
|madrhino500||11:53pm on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|Awesome for the price I purchased this for $110. Great price for all this can do. I love the integration with the phone.|
|valen1260||4:57pm on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|a solid built GPS that has great bluetooth compatability, a ton of features and a nice big 4.3 inch screen Acquires Satellites Quickly, Compact.|
|jaimehlers||10:33pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|I bought this product to guide me in deserts.... Reasonable price, good screen & sensitivity. good maps. good signal reception Bulky. Bad customer service and the produt itself is... better price for TTS, bluetooth and music player I had this for 6 months and it stopped working.|
|roberex||6:25am on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|Good device, but has old maps and lacks maps update feature I bought this product for $90 from eBay. No reason to spend so much for such a quality product!|
|rezip||11:51am on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|if u wanna get crazy... use this... i bought this equipment 2 mounths ago... my comment is only 3 words it is sucks.....|
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4. Navigator.. 25
5. Call handling.. 37
Answer or reject a call.. Call waiting.. In-call options.. Adjust phone settings. Phone connections. Bluetooth.. Contacts download. Sort order of contacts. Ringing tone.. Ringing volume.. Use FM transmitter
or headphones.. FM transmitter.. Headphones.. Listen to music.. Exit to navigation screen.
7. Video player. 45
Watch video clips.. 45
8. Image viewer.. 47
View images.. 47
6. Music player.. 42
9. Battery information. 49 Care and maintenance. 50
For your safety
Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user guide for further information.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to operate the vehicle while driving. Your first consideration while driving should be road safety.
All wireless devices may be susceptible to interference, which could affect performance.
You can use the Nokia 500 Auto Navigation device for GPS navigation in a car and outdoors. You can also make calls, view photos, watch videos, and listen to music. Read this user guide carefully before using the device. Also read the user guide for your mobile phone. It provides important safety and maintenance information. Check www.nokia.com/support or your local Nokia website for the latest version of the user guide, additional information, software updates, and services related to your Nokia product. Your device and its accessories may contain small parts. Keep all accessories and enhancements out of the reach of small children.
Bluetooth wireless technology
Bluetooth wireless technology allows you to connect compatible devices without cables. A Bluetooth connection does not require that the two devices be in line of sight, but the devices should be within 10 metres (33 feet) of each other. The connection is subject to interference from obstructions, such as walls, or other electronic devices. The navigation device is compliant with Bluetooth Specification 2.0 supporting the following profiles: Handsfree Profile 1.5 and Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) 1.0. Check with the manufacturers of other devices to determine their compatibility with this navigation device.
Global Positioning System (GPS)
The GPS is a worldwide satellite-based radio navigation system. The internal GPS receiver can calculate the location of the device to an accuracy of 10 metres. The accuracy depends, for example, on the number of satellites, the signals of which the GPS module receives. In optimal conditions, the accuracy may be within a few metres.
The GPS antenna is located at the top of the navigation device. Some car windscreens and windows may contain metal, that may block or weaken the satellite signals. If you stand still, GPS cannot detect which way you are facing because it determines your direction on the basis of your movement. Almost all digital cartography is inaccurate and incomplete to some extent. Never rely solely on the cartography provided for use with the GPS application.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the government of the United States, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The accuracy of location data can be affected by adjustments to GPS satellites made by the United States government and is subject to change with the United States Department of Defense civil GPS policy and the Federal Radionavigation Plan. Accuracy can also be affected by poor satellite geometry. Availability and quality of GPS signals may be affected by your location, buildings, natural obstacles, and weather conditions. The GPS receiver should only be used outdoors to allow reception of GPS signals. Any GPS should not be used for precise location measurement, and you should never rely solely on location data from the GPS receiver and cellular radio networks for positioning or navigation.
The navigation device comes with a DVD. You can do the following: Restore data from the DVD to your memory card. Copy new content from the DVD to the memory card. The content can be, for example, maps, points of interest (POI) databases, and languages. Copy content from the DVD to another memory card. Read the user guide available on the DVD in several languages. Before copying data to the memory card, check that the card is not locked. To copy content from the DVD to the memory card, ensure that the card is inserted in the navigation device, and connect the device with the supplied USB cable to your compatible PC. Alternatively, insert the memory card into the memory card reader on your PC. Insert the
DVD into the compatible DVD drive on your PC. The setup wizard starts automatically (if allowed in the settings of the DVD drive) and guides you through the setup. If you want to change the contents of the memory card, select all the maps, POI databases, and languages that you want to add to the card. When the wizard copies these files to the memory card, the old files of the same type are deleted from the card. The Cities folder on the memory card is needed for the use of the Navigator application. Do not modify or delete it manually. If needed, you can restore the folder from the DVD using the wizard. You can only select the device language from the languages that you have chosen for Navigator. See also Language, p. 22. To copy files to the memory card from a compatible PC, see Memory card, p. 18.
2. Get started
Keys and parts
Parts of the device are magnetic. Metallic materials may be attracted to the device. Do not place credit cards or other magnetic storage media near the device, because information stored on them may be erased.
Front, right, and top view
2. Power key
1. Cover of connector for an optional external GPS antenna 3. Cover of stereo audio-out connector 4. Indicator light 5. Touch screen 6. Volume down key 7. Menu key 8. Volume up key 9. Memory card with adapter 10.Memory card slot 10
Back, left, and base view
1. Loudspeaker 2. Main power switch 3. Mini USB port/charger connector 4. Reset key 5. Microphone
This device is intended for use when supplied with power from the DC-1001 charger. Warning: Use only chargers approved by Nokia for use with this particular device. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty, and may be dangerous. When you disconnect the power cord of any enhancement, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Charge the battery
Before charging the battery, carefully read Battery information, p. 49.
1. Connect the charger to the mini USB port on the navigation device, and insert the charger plug into the cigarette lighter socket of your car. Power must be supplied by the 12 V car battery. Ensure that the charger is properly inserted in the cigarette lighter socket and does not interfere with the normal operation of the car. In some car models, the cigarette lighter socket is powered by the car battery even when you remove the ignition key. In those cases, the car battery might be discharged if the navigation device is left on, or if the device is turned off but connected to the cigarette lighter socket for a long time. Contact the vehicle manufacturer for more information. The indicator light is orange during charging. If charging does not start, disconnect the charger, and plug it in again. 2. When the battery is fully charged, the indicator light turns green. Disconnect the charger from the cigarette lighter socket. If you use the TMC (traffic message channel) service with the navigation device, keep the charger connected to the navigation device as the charger includes the TMC antenna. When battery power is low, the indicator light is red, the battery icon shows one bar or no bars, and a text about low battery is displayed.
To switch on the navigation device for the first time, slide the main power switch to the right. When you are asked to calibrate the screen, tap and briefly press the displayed crosshair with your finger. Repeat this as the crosshair moves around the screen. To calibrate the screen later, see System, p. 23. When you are asked to select the language, tap the desired language and. The language is used for display texts and spoken navigation instructions. Carefully read and accept the displayed safety notice, and tap the right arrow. (To hide this screen in the future, tap the related selection box.) 12
The Navigator application starts and the map view is displayed. Now you can start to use the device. Next, set the time and date. See Adjust device settings, p. 22. To pair and connect the navigation device with a compatible mobile phone using Bluetooth wireless technology, see steps 2 to 5 in Set up Bluetooth connection, p. 14. When you are asked to download the contacts from your phone to the navigation device, tap Yes to start the download. If you select No, you cannot use the contacts saved in your phone with the navigation device. In this case, to download the contacts later, press the menu key, and tap Phone > Contacts > Yes.
Switch on or off and standby mode
The navigation device has a main power switch to turn the device on or off and a power key to set the device into the standby mode. In daily use, use the standby mode instead of switching the device off. This way the device starts up faster. You only need to switch off the device when you do not intend to use it for a longer time.
Switch on or off
To switch on, slide the main power switch to the right. To switch off, slide the main power switch to the left.
To save battery power when you are not using the device, set it to the standby mode. Press and hold the power key for about 3 seconds. The screen turns off. To exit the standby mode, press and hold the power key for about 3 seconds.
Bluetooth connection at startup
When you switch on the device or exit the standby mode, you are asked whether you want to connect the device to the previous mobile phone. To connect to the previous phone, tap its name. The map screen is displayed. To connect to some other device, tap Other. The Phone connections screen is displayed. Tap the desired device and Connect. To download the contacts saved in the other device, tap Yes. To pair with a new device, in Phone connections, tap Pair new, and proceed as instructed in steps 4 to 5 in Set up Bluetooth connection, p 14.
Set up Bluetooth connection
You can connect the navigation device to a compatible mobile phone using Bluetooth wireless technology. To pair and connect the navigation device with your device, do as follows: 1. Switch on the navigation device and your mobile phone. 2. Activate the Bluetooth feature on your phone. See the user guide of your phone for instructions. 3. On the navigation device, press the menu key, and tap Phone. If the Bluetooth feature is not active in your phone, you are asked if you want to activate it. Tap Yes. 4. When the device asks you to start pairing from your phone, set your phone to search for Bluetooth devices, and select the navigation device (Nokia PND) from the list of found devices on your phone. 5. Enter the passcode 0000 on your phone to pair and connect the navigation device to it. In some phones you may need to make the connection separately after pairing. See the user guide of your phone for details. You only need to pair the navigation device with your phone once.
Use only compatible SD cards approved by Nokia for use with this device. Nokia uses approved industry standards for memory cards, but some brands may not be fully compatible with this device. Incompatible cards may damage the card and the device and corrupt data stored on the card.
Insert the card
Slide the memory card into the adapter in the direction marked on the card so that the label sides of the card and adapter point up. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot so that the bevelled corner points to the top of the device. Carefully push the memory card into the slot until it locks into place. To remove the memory card, switch off the device, and push the card until it pops out from the slot.
Important: Do not remove the memory card in the middle of an operation when the card is being accessed. Removing the card in the middle of an operation may damage the memory card as well as the device, and data stored on the card may be corrupted.
Copy files to the card
To play music, view photos, watch videos, or use maps with the navigation device, you must copy these files to the memory card from a compatible PC. You can do this while the card is inserted in the navigation device or the PC. Before copying data to the memory card, check that the card is not locked. The Cities folder on the memory card is needed for the use of the Navigator application. Do not modify or delete it manually. If needed, you can restore the folder from the supplied DVD. To copy files to the memory card from the supplied DVD, see DVD, p. 8. To copy files to the memory card from a PC, do either of the following: To copy files to the memory card inserted in the navigation device, first check that the operating system in your PC supports USB mass storage devices. Such operating systems are, for example, Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista.
Plug one end of the supplied DKE-2 USB data cable to the mini USB port on the device and the other end to a compatible USB port on the PC. The operating system detects the navigation device as a mass storage device, and Mass storage mode is displayed on the navigation device. Copy the files from the PC to the navigation device as instructed in the documentation of the operating system. When the navigation device is connected to the PC with the DKE-2 cable, the battery of the device is charged from the PC. To copy files to the memory card inserted in a PC, remove the card from the navigation device, and insert it into the memory card reader on your PC. Copy the files as instructed in the documentation of the PC and its operating system. Remove the card from the PC, and insert it into the navigation device.
To adjust the screen backlight or turn the energy saver on or off, tap Backlight. To set the backlight level, in Backlight, tap + or -.
To set the time after which the backlight turns off if the device is not used, in Energy saver (battery), tap + or -. If you select Never, the backlight does not automatically turn off.
Time and date
To define the time and date settings, tap Time & date. Tap scroll through the settings. or to
To set the time, tap the time in Time. Tap the hour, minute, or second field at the top of the displayed keypad. To enter the time, tap the digits, or tap + or -, and tap to save the setting. To set the date, tap the date in Date. Tap the year, month, or day field at the top of the keypad. To enter the date, tap the digits or + or -, and tap. To select the time zone, tap the current setting in Time zone, the desired region according to your location, and. To turn daylight saving on or off, in Daylight saving, tap the current setting until the desired option is displayed. To select the 12 or 24 hour time format, in Time format, tap the current setting until the desired option is displayed. To select the date format, in Date format, tap the current setting. Tap the desired format and.
To calibrate the screen, to restore the original settings, or to view information about the device, tap System. To calibrate the screen, for example, if it responds inaccurately, tap Screen calibration. Tap and briefly press the displayed crosshair. Repeat this as the crosshair moves around the screen. To restore the original settings, tap Restore factory settings. To view information about the device, tap About. Tap scroll through the information. or to
The device has an FM transmitter that you can use to listen to music from the Music application through your FM car radio system. The FM transmitter can also be used for phone calls. To use the FM transmitter with Music, see p. 42. To define the settings for the FM transmitter, tap FM transmitter. You can access the settings also in the Music application by tapping. To turn the FM transmitter on or off, tap the current setting in Activate, and tap the current setting until the desired option is displayed. To save the frequencies that you want to use with the transmitter, tap the current setting in Adjust channels. Tap the desired memory location (channel) and. Enter the frequency using the displayed keypad, or tap + or -. Tap to save the setting. To select the frequency that you want to use with the transmitter, tap the current setting in Adjust channels and the desired channel. Due to legal requirements, the FM transmitter automatically turns off if there is no music or a call active for 1 minute. To use the transmitter, turn it on. Some countries may have restrictions on the use of FM transmitters. Check with your local authorities for more information. You may also find related information at www.nokia.com or on your local Nokia website.
1. Compass rose 2. Name of the current position 3. Current GPS position 4. Cursor 5. Zoom out 6. Zoom in To select a location on the map, zoom the map in or out if necessary, and move the map with your finger until the cursor points to the desired location. Tap and the desired option. You can navigate to the location, add it to a route (Via), save it as a bookmark, or search for points of interest around it. You can also change the map settings. To select a point of interest on the map, move the cursor over the point of interest with your finger. The icon for the point of interest is displayed within brackets, and the name and phone number of the point of interest are shown. Tap for the available options. To return to the tracking mode or the navigation screen, tap.
Navigate to a destination
To navigate to a destination, press the menu key, and tap Navigator > Destination and one of the following: Address you can enter the address of the destination. See Navigate to an address, p. 30. Recent you can navigate to a recently visited location. See Recent locations, p. 32. Favourites you can navigate to a location that you have saved as a favourite. See Favourites, p. 31. Contacts you can navigate to an address saved with a name in your phonebook (if it contains addresses). Tap the first few letters of the desired name using the displayed keypad. A list of the first corresponding names are shown at the top. Tap or the list. Tap the desired name and Navigate. POI search you can search for the desired point of interest. See Navigate to a point of interest, p. 30. After you have set up the destination, tap calculates the route to the destination. and Navigate. The device
After the device has calculated the route to the destination, the navigation screen is displayed:
1. Next street 2. Route 3. Next turn and distance to it 4. Current speed 5. Estimated time of arrival to the destination 6. Distance to the destination 7. Average speed (if this function is set to on) 8. Compass rose 9. Current street 10.Current position and direction 11.Zoom out 12.Zoom in When you come to a turn or other manoeuvre, you hear a related voice instruction. Turns and other manoeuvres are indicated with red arrows on the map.
For one-way streets, the allowed direction is indicated with a blue arrow. To browse the map, tap it. To stop the navigation, tap.
Functions available in navigation screen
To use the functions available during navigation, tap the following:. You can do
To block the calculated route for the desired distance and force an alternative route, tap Alt. route. To view the manoeuvres along your route as a waypoint list, tap Waylist. To save your current position as a bookmark, tap Save. See also Bookmarks, p. 32. To mute or set the volume for voice instructions, tap Volume. To view a list of relevant traffic incidents, tap Traffic info. See also Traffic information (TMC), p. 34. To search for a point of interest, tap Search. See also Navigate to a point of interest, p. 31. To adjust some navigation settings, tap Settings (see Navigation settings, p. 34). To switch from the map view to the icon-based view, tap Map settings > Map (Arrows is displayed). When Arrows is active, the navigation screen displays a big next turn icon, distance to the destination, and a progress bar that indicates the distance to the next turn. To turn the speed limit warner on or off, tap Start or Stop.
Navigate to an address
To search for an address to which you want to navigate, press the menu key, and tap Navigator > Destination > Address. To select the country, city (or postal code), street, and house number (optional), tap the fields one by one, and enter the information in this order using the displayed keypad.
When you use the keypad, you can only tap the keys that lead to a search result; other keys are inactive. To delete the last character, tap Clr. You can enter characters until you have narrowed down the search to only one result, or you can tap and the desired address on the list. To scroll through the list, tap the up or down arrow. To narrow down the search, tap. When you have found the address, tap in the Find address screen, and tap the desired option. You can navigate to the address, add it to a route (Via), save it as a bookmark, or view it on the map.
Navigate to a point of interest
You can search for a point of interest located near the desired location. To navigate to a point of interest, press the menu key, and tap Navigator > Destination > POI search. The start point (usually your current location) of the search is shown at the top of the screen. To change the start point, tap Where? and then Address to enter the address, Favourites to select a previously saved address, or GPS position to set your current location as the start point. Tap the category and subcategory for the point of interest. Alternatively, tap , enter the name of the point of interest, and tap. A list of found points of interest is displayed. The list is sorted by the distance to the start point. Tap the desired point of interest and option.
To navigate to or manage destinations that you have saved as favourites, press the menu key, and tap Navigator > Destination > Favourites and one of the following: Home and work (your home or work address), Bookmarks (previously saved addresses), or Trips.
Home and work addresses
To define a home or work address, in Favourites, tap Home and work. Tap the desired field and option. You can enter the address, set your current position as the address, or select the address from the list of recent locations.
To edit an address, tap the address and Edit. To use other available options, tap the address and the desired option. You can navigate to the address, add it to a route (Via), view it on the map, delete it, or delete all the addresses.
To manage the destinations that you have saved as bookmarks, in Favourites, tap Bookmarks. Tap a destination on the bookmark list and the desired option. You can navigate to the destination, add it to a route, view it on the map, delete or rename it, or sort or clear the bookmark list.
Traffic information (TMC)
To view a list of traffic incidents along your route during navigation or in the tracking mode, tap > Traffic info. The list is sorted by the distance to your current position. The list is based on TMC (Traffic Message Channel) messages that you may receive through the internal TMC receiver from the local TMC operator. The availability and accuracy of traffic information depends on the provider of the TMC service. To use the service, keep the charger connected to the navigation device as the charger includes the TMC antenna. The incidents on your route are displayed in red on the list. The following information can be displayed: the name of the street where the incident occurred, the incident type, and the distance of the incident place from your current position. To view the incident place on the map, tap the incident.
To access the Navigator settings, press the menu key, and tap Navigator > Settings and one of the following: General settings, Map settings, Route settings, or Volume. After you have selected the desired settings in a screen, tap the settings. to save
You can define how the device reacts to TMC messages, set the average speed for the speed limit warner, select a voice for navigation instructions (VoiceSkin), select the distance unit, and view the version of the Navigator application. To define how the device reacts to TMC messages, tap the TMC icon until the desired option is displayed. If you select Automatic, the device automatically guides you to the suggested alternate route around the traffic incidents on your route. If you select Manual, the device alerts you about traffic incidents and asks if you want to use an alternate route. If you select Off, the device shows traffic information but does
not suggest an alternate route. See also Traffic information (TMC), p. 34. To select a male or female voice for navigation instructions, tap VoiceSkin and the desired voice. (To select the language, see Language, p. 22.) In some languages, you can select a text-to-speech skin (indicated with "TTS") that allows you to hear street names, house numbers, names of motorway exits, and city names during navigation. When you select a text-to-speech skin, voice instructions are longer.
To select which categories for points of interests can be displayed as icons on the map, tap Info layers, the desired categories, and. To select the day or night mode or to set the device to automatically select the mode, tap the corresponding icon until the desired option is displayed. If you select Automatic, the mode is selected depending on the current time. To select a map, tap Maps. If you have maps for several regions on your memory card, tap the name of the map that you want to use. To use the map for navigation, you need a license for it. If you do not have the license, you can browse the map, view your position on it, search for a destination (but not navigate to it), and use routing. To use 2D or 3D effects for the map, tap the corresponding icon. To set the map to point to the current direction (Track up) or to the top of the screen (North up), tap the corresponding icon.
You can select the mode of transportation or the fastest or shortest route, and allow or avoid toll roads, motorways, or ferries. To select an option, tap the corresponding icon. The selected mode of transportation determines which types of roads the device suggests for navigation. You can select from the following modes: Fast assumes fast driving on highways.
Slow assumes slower driving. Bike takes into account bike paths and restricts highways where bikes are prohibited. There are no voice instructions. Van takes into account van restrictions. Motorbike takes into account motorbike restrictions. Pedestrian takes into account pedestrian routing, including access to one-way streets and pedestrian zones. There are no voice instructions. Scooter takes into account scooter restrictions.
To select the default volume for voice instructions, tap + or -. To mute the instructions, tap. To unmute, tap.
5. Call handling
If you answer a call when you use the Navigator application, the spoken navigation instructions are muted until you end the call. To view the map and minimise the in-call options screen, press the menu key. is displayed in the top right corner of the screen. To open the in-call options screen, tap. If you answer a call when you use the Music application, the current song is paused until you end the call. If the FM transmitter is turned on, it is also used for call audio. You can turn on the FM transmitter during or immediately before a call. To go to Navigator, press the menu key. If navigation is not active, the left part of the screen shows two shortcut buttons to Navigator. To search for an address for navigation, tap Go to. To go to the map view, tap Map.
Make a call
You can use the navigation device for calling if it is connected to a compatible mobile phone and no call is in progress.
Tap a number using dial pad
1. Press the menu key, and tap Phone > Dial pad. 2. To enter a phone number including the area code, tap the digits one by one. (To delete the last digit, tap Clr.) For international calls, tap + for the international prefix (the + character replaces the international access code), enter the country code, the area code without the leading 0, if necessary, and the phone number. 3. To call the number, tap. 4. To end the call, or to cancel the call attempt, tap
Call a saved contact
To call a contact that you have downloaded from your mobile phone, press the menu key, and tap Phone > Contacts. Tap the first few letters of the desired name using the displayed keypad. (To delete the last character, tap Clr.) The first matching names are shown at the top. To view all the matching names, tap or the list. If the list is long, tap or , or tap to enter more letters. To view the phone numbers saved with a name, tap the name. To call a phone number, tap it.
To scroll through the song, move the slider shown below the song title. To adjust the volume, press either volume key. To play the song continuously, tap. The icon turns green. To play the song only once, tap the same icon. The icon turns white. To play the songs in a random order, tap. The icon turns green. To play the songs in the normal order, tap the same icon. The icon turns white. 43
To delete a song from the memory card, tap song that you want to delete, and. To close the music player, tap.
in the player screen, the
Exit to navigation screen
To go to Navigator while listening to music, press the menu key, or tap. The music continues to play in the background. To return to the music player, press the menu key, and tap Music. If navigation is not active, the left part of the screen shows two shortcut buttons to Navigator. To search for an address for navigation, tap Go to. To go to the map view, tap Map.
7. Video player
To watch video clips that you have saved on the memory card, press the menu key, and tap Gallery > Videos. To copy files to the memory card, see Memory card, p. 18. To easily find the video clips in the Videos application, copy them to the Video folder.
The application supports the MPEG-4, 3GP, and WMV file formats. However, the application does not necessarily support all the variations of these formats.
Watch video clips
To open a video folder, tap the videos, tap or. and the desired folder. To scroll through To select a video to watch, tap it. You can select several videos if you want. (To deselect a video, tap it.) To select all the videos in the current folder and its subfolders, tap. (To deselect, tap.) To return to the upper menu level, tap. To watch the selected video or videos, tap. When the video is playing, you can do the following:
To pause playing, tap tap.
. To resume playing, tap or.
. To stop playing,
To play the next or previous video, tap
To view the video in full screen or to return to normal view, tap the video. To play the video continuously, tap. The icon turns green. To play the video only once, tap the same icon. The icon turns white. To return to the previous screen, tap To close the video player, tap. To go to Navigator, press the menu key.
8. Image viewer
To view images that you have saved on the memory card, press the menu key, and tap Gallery > Images. To copy files to the memory card, see Memory card, p. 18. To easily find the images in the Images application, copy them to the Photos folder.
The application supports the JPEG, BMP, PNG, and GIF file formats. However, the application does not necessarily support all the variations of these formats.
To open an image folder, tap the images, tap or. and the desired folder. To scroll through To select an image to view, tap it. You can select several images if you want. (To deselect an image, tap it.). To select all the images in the current folder and its subfolders, tap. (To deselect, tap.) To return to the upper menu level, tap. To view the selected image or images, tap To zoom in the image, tap. When the image is displayed, you can do the following:. To zoom out, tap
To view the image in full screen, tap. Tap the left side of the image to view the previous image or the right side to view the next image. To return to normal view, tap the middle of the image. To rotate the image by 90 degrees, tap. To To view images as a slide show, select several images, and tap return to normal view, tap the displayed image. To delete an image from the memory card, tap the image that you want to delete, and. To return to the previous screen, tap To close the image viewer, tap. To go to Navigator, press the menu key.
in the image screen,
9. Battery information
This device has an internal, nonremovable, rechargeable battery. Do not attempt to remove the battery from the device as you may damage the device. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, but it will eventually wear out. Recharge your battery only with Nokia approved chargers designated for this device. Use of an unapproved charger may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard. If a battery is being used for the first time or if the battery has not been used for a prolonged period, it may be necessary to connect the charger, then disconnect and reconnect it to begin charging the battery. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take several minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display. Unplug the charger from the electrical plug and the device when not in use. Do not leave a fully charged battery connected to a charger, since overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If left unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge over time. Always try to keep the battery between 15C and 25C (59F and 77F). Extreme temperatures reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. A device with a hot or cold battery may not work temporarily. Battery performance is particularly limited in temperatures well below freezing. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode. Batteries may also explode if damaged. Never use any charger that is damaged.
Care and maintenance
Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The following suggestions will help you protect your warranty coverage. Keep the device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and all types of liquids or moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits. If your device does get wet, allow it to dry completely. Do not use or store the device in dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts and electronic components can be damaged. Do not store the device in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain plastics. Do not store the device in cold areas. When the device returns to its normal temperature, moisture can form inside the device and damage electronic circuit boards. Do not attempt to open the device. Do not drop, knock, or shake the device. Rough handling can break internal circuit boards and fine mechanics. Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the device. Do not paint the device. Paint can clog the moving parts and prevent proper operation. Unauthorised modifications or attachments could damage the device and may violate regulations governing radio devices. These suggestions apply equally to your device, battery, charger, or any enhancement. If any device is not working properly, take it to the nearest authorised service facility for service. Disposal The crossed-out wheeled-bin symbol on your product, literature, or packaging reminds you that all electrical and electronic products, batteries, and accumulators must be taken to separate collection at the end of their working life. This requirement applies to the European Union and other locations where separate collection systems are available. Do not dispose of these products as unsorted municipal waste. By returning the products to collection you help prevent uncontrolled waste disposal and promote the reuse of material resources. More detailed information
is available from the product retailer, local waste authorities, national producer responsibility organizations, or your local Nokia representative. For the product Eco-Declaration or instructions for returning your obsolete product, go to country-specific information at www.nokia.com.
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