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Nokia 8810Nokia 8810/8860 Series 600mAh NiMH Black
Nokia 8810/ 8860 cell phone Battery Nickel Metal Hydride Standard Battery.Aftermarket battery is rated at 600 Mah and makes a great performance boost for the Nokia 8810/ 8860 cell phone models. Powerful Nickel Metal Hydride battery technology has no memory effect either! This standard duty battery gives great talk & standby times! Note that a new nickel metal hydride battery's full performance is only achieved after 2-3 complete charge and discharge cycles.

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bannerman 4:23am on Monday, April 5th, 2010 
The attractive, chrome 8810 weighs in at just 118 grams (inc. standard battery) and is really tiny. However. Calls anymore. So to summarise, usual Nokia ease of use in the coolest looking phone going (so long as you keep it polished!), but quite delicate.
OEMsoft13 5:20pm on Thursday, March 18th, 2010 
This phone is excellent. Nokia really stand by their name and produce some top class phones. Has many of the normal Nokia features text messages, phone book and the rest.

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The Selection Keys

Below the display you can find two so-called selection keys. Their functions depend on the guide texts shown on the display above the keys.
For example, when there is the word Menu above the pressing this key enters the Menu functions.
Similarly, pressing the key under the word Names allows access to the Phone book functions. In this User Guide, the selection keys are indicated by the relevant guiding text appearing in bold (e.g. Menu or Names).

Getting Started

2. Getting Started

Installing the SIM card

Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small children. The SIM card and its contacts can easily be damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or removing the card. Before installing the SIM card, always make sure that the phone is switched off and remove the battery. 1 With the back of the phone facing you, press the locking catch of the battery downwards(1.), and lift the battery off the phone (2.). 2 Open the sliding cover (1.) Insert the SIM card (2.) ensuring that the bevelled corner is on the right side and the golden connectors are downwards. Follow the directions on the phone. 3 Close the sliding cover and place the upper end of the battery (1) correctly on the phone and then lock the battery to the back of the phone.(2).

Removing the SIM card

Remove the SIM card carefully using for example a pen: see the picture below.

Charging the Battery

1 Connect the lead from the charger to the bottom of the phone.
2 Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet and the battery indicator bar starts to scroll. Use only the following chargers: ACP-7, LCH-9 or ACT-1. The text Charging is briefly displayed if the phone is switched on. You can use the phone while it is charging. NOTE: If the battery is totally flat, it may take a few minutes before the charging indication appears on the display or any calls can be made. 3 The battery is fully charged when the battery indicator bar stops scrolling, and the text Battery full is briefly displayed if the phone is switched on. Charging time depends on the charger and battery used.
4 Disconnect the charger from the AC outlet and the phone. If the text Not charging is displayed, charging has been suspended. Wait for a while, disconnect the charger, plug it in again and retry. If charging still fails, contact your dealer. For more information, see Chapter Reference Information Battery Information.

Calling Your Voice Mailbox
1 Press and hold when the display is clear.
2 If the phone asks for the voice mailbox number, key it in and press OK. You obtain this number from your service provider. To edit this number at a later time, see Voice mailbox number (Menu 1-8-2).
Speed Dialling a Phone Number
If you have assigned a phone number to one of the speed dialling keys ( to ), you can call that phone number in either of the following ways: Press the corresponding speed dialling key and press. If the Speed Dialling function is set to on (see Menu 4-3-3): Press and hold the corresponding speed dialling key( to ) until dials your voice the call is started. Note: Pressing and holding mailbox number.

Answering Calls

Open the sliding cover to answer an incoming call. If the sliding cover is already open, press to answer the call.
Press to end the call. You can also end the call by closing the sliding cover. If the TIP: To reject an incoming call, press Divert when busy function is activated to divert calls, for example to your voice mailbox, rejecting an incoming call will also divert the call. See chapter 10 - Call Divert (Menu 5). NOTE: If more than one name is found in the Phone Book with the same last seven digits as the callers phone number, only the callers phone number will be displayed, if this is available.

Call Waiting

This network service allows you to answer an incoming call while you have a call in progress if you have activated the menu function Call Waiting Options (Menu 4-3-4). 1 Press Answer or. The first call is put on hold. To reject the new call, press Options, choose Reject and press Select. 2 To switch between the two calls, press Swap or 3 To end the active call, press.

In-Call Options

Your phone provides a number of control functions that you can use during a call. You cannot utilise all of these functions at all times. Many of the In-Call options are network services. By pressing Options during a call the following In-Call options may be available: Hold or Unhold to hold or release a call New Call Send DTMF to make a call when you have a call in progress to send DTMF tones to access the Phone Book to access Menu functions
End all calls to end all calls Names Menu

Mute Transfer

to mute the phones microphone to connect a call on hold with an active call and disconnect you from both calls.

Making a Conference Call

This feature allows up to six persons to take part in a conference call (network service). 1 While in a call, press Select and choose New Call. The first call is put on hold. 2 To join the first conference participant in the call, press Options, choose Conference and press Select. 3 To add a new participant to the call, repeat steps 1 and 2. 4 To drop a single participant from the call, press Options, choose Private and press Select. Select the participant that you want to drop and press OK. Then press. 5 To end the conference call, press or close the sliding cover.

4 Phone settings 1 Language 2 Cell info display 3 List of own numbers 4 Welcome note 5 Network selection 5 Security settings 1 PIN code request 2 Call barring service 1 Outgoing calls 2 International calls 3 International except to home country 4 Incoming calls 5 Incoming calls if abroad 6 Cancel all barrings Fixed dialling Closed user group Security level Change access codes 3 4
Change security code Change PIN code Change PIN2 code Change barring password 6 Restore factory settings
1 This profile is shown only if the phone is or has been used with the headset HDC-6.
5 Call divert 1 Divert all voice calls without ringing 2 Divert when busy 3 Divert when not answered 4 Divert when phone off or no coverage 5 Divert all fax calls 6 Divert all data calls 7 Cancel all diverts 6 Games 1 Memory 2 Snake 3 Logic 7 Calculator 8 Calendar 9 Infrared
10 ServicesPersonal Bookmarks Service name *) Add New Service 2 Operator Services Service name *) Operator Settings Operator Access Number 1 Operator Access Number 2 Update Operator Services 3 Nokia Services Service name *) Nokia Settings Nokia Access Number 1 Nokia Access Number 2 Update Nokia Services
1 This is a network service and may not be supported by your network. For availability, contact your network operator or service provider. *) In this menu you will see the names of the available services.

Messages (Menu 1)

6. Messages (Menu 1)

About Messages

This menu includes functions related to text (SMS) messages, voice messages, fax and data calls, as well as service commands and the networks information service messages.
Reading a Text Message (Inbox - Menu 1-1)
When you receive a text message, and the number of new messages followed by message(s) received will appear and a short tone will be heard. 1 Press Read to read the message immediately or Exit to view it later.
To view the message later: Once you are in the Messages menu, scroll with Inbox, and press Select. or to
2 Scroll to the desired message and press Read to view it. Use or to browse through the message and related information, such as Senders phone number and Reception date and time. 3 While reading the message, press Options to access the available options, and press OK: Erase Reply Edit Use number (extracts a phone number from the message for calling or saving Forward (allows you to send the message onwards) Print via IR (uses the phones infrared port to print the message on a compatible printer)

Details shows details of the message: Senders name and phone number, the Message centre used for sending, Reception date and time, Reply path availability. NOTE: in front of the header means that the message has not yet been read. in front of the header indicates a delivery report. When blinks your phone has no more space for new messages. Use the Erase function in the Inbox submenu to make some space. When is not shown all received messages have been read, and there is still free space for at least one new message.
Sending a Text Message (Outbox- Menu 1-2 and Write Messages - Menu 1-3)
The SMS network service allows you to send short text messages to phones which have SMS capability. NOTE: Before you can send any messages, you need to store the number of your Messages centre in the menu Message settings, Message centre number. You will receive this number from your service provider when you subscribe to the Short Message Service (SMS).
Writing, Sending and Saving a Text Message
Within the Write messages menu you can write and edit text messages of up to 160 characters. For instructions on how to enter characters, see Chapter Storing a phone number with a name. When you have finished writing your message, press Options to display the following functions: Send, Send by set (sends the message to a preselected set - see below), Save, (stores the message in the Outbox), Clear screen (removes all the characters that you have keyed in from the display).
You can save your own messages in the Outbox submenu (Menu 12) for use at a later time.
Viewing your own messages
Once you are in the Messages menu, scroll to Outbox and press Select. Scroll to the desired message. Pressing Read shows the message. Pressing Options while you are reading a message allows access to the same functions as Inbox (Menu 1-1), except for Reply.
Message Settings (Menu 1-4)
Set 1 (Menus 1-4-1)1 A setting group or set is a collection of the settings required for sending text messages. You can, for example, send a text message as a fax provided that this function is supported by your service provider, by simply selecting the set in which you have defined the proper settings for fax transmissions. Each set has its own submenu: Message centre number Use this menu to store the phone number of the message centre needed for sending text messages. Key in or edit the phone number and confirm with OK. Message sent as Normally, this menu choice should be set to Text. Your messaging service may however offer you the facility of converting your text messages into alternative formats (e-mail, fax or paging) which are suitable for the equipment that will be receiving the message. Contact your service provider for availability of this function.

1 The total number of sets depends on how many sets your SIM card offers.
Message validity This network service allows you to set the length of time that your text messages will be stored at the message centre while attempts are made to deliver them to you. Rename this set Allows you to rename the set.

Common (Menu 1-4-)1

Delivery reports You can request the network to send delivery reports about your text messages (this is a network service). Reply via same centre You can request the network to route the reply to your text message via your own message centre (network service).

Info Service (Menu 1-5)

This network service allows you to receive messages about a variety of topics (such as weather or traffic conditions) from your service provider. For available topics and relevant topic numbers, contact your service provider. By selecting On, you will receive messages about the active topics. You can edit the topic list, and mark the topics as active or inactive. Topic Index retrieves a list of available topics from the network. By selecting Topics, you can add a topic to the topics list. Key in the topic number and name. You can also Edit or Erase the topic list. Select Language to set the language for the messages. Only messages in the selected language will be shown. If automatic language selection is on, the language is chosen according to the SIM card.
1 The shortcut number of this menu depends on the number of sets available.
Fax or Data Call (Menu 1-6)
Before using this function you need to activate the IR function in Menu 9 (Infrared) and make sure that your phone is in connection with a compatible device. 1 Select Fax and data or Also voice and press Select. Also voice allows you to switch from voice mode to data (or fax) mode during a call. 2 Key in or recall the desired phone number and press OK. 3 If you selected Also voice in step 1, to switch between voice and data/fax mode during a call, press Options, select Voice Mode or Data Mode (or Fax Mode) and press OK. 4 After the transmission, end the call by pressing closing the sliding cover. or by

Service Command Editor (Menu 1-7)
From this submenu you can send service requests (such as activation commands for network services) to your service provider.
Voice Messages (Menu 1-8)
Listen to Voice Messages (Menu 1-8-1)
When you enter this submenu, the phone automatically calls your voice mailbox at the phone number stored in Menu 1-8-2. TIP: Alternatively, press and hold display is clear. when the
NOTE: When a note about a received message is shown on the display, you can press Listen to listen to the message.
Voice Mailbox Number (Menu 1-8-2)
Within the Menu Voice Mailbox Number you can store the phone number of your voice mailbox. Key in the number and press OK. This number will remain unchanged until you replace it. You will obtain the number from your service provider.

Call Register (Menu 2)

7. Call Register (Menu 2)

About Call Register

Your phone will only register missed and received calls if the network you are using supports the Calling Line Identification function, the phone is switched on and is within the networks service area.

Missed Calls (Menu 2-1)

This function allows you to view a list of the last ten phone numbers from which somebody has tried to call you with no success (network service). Using the options provided in the Missed calls menu you can view the date and time of each call, and view, edit, erase or save the number in the Phone Book. TIP: When a note about missed calls is being displayed, press List to see the phone number.
Received Calls (Menu 2-2)
This function allows you to view a list of the ten phone numbers from which you have most recently accepted calls (network service). Using the options provided in the Received calls menu you can view the date and time of each call, and view, edit, erase or save the number in the Phone Book.
Dialled Numbers (Menu 2-3)
This function allows you to view a list of the ten phone numbers that you have most recently dialled, i.e. called or tried to call.
Using the options provided in the Dialled calls menu you can view the date and time of each call, and view, edit, erase or save the number in the Phone Book.

3 Enter the present time at Time:, and press OK.
The clock also provides the following functions: Messages (Menu 1), Call register (Menu 2), Alarm clock (Menu 4-1), and Calendar (Menu 8). NOTE: If the battery is removed from the phone for a longer time, you may need to set the time again.

Call Settings (Menu 4-3)

Anykey Answer (Menu 4-3-1)
When this function is set on, you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key briefly, except and.
Automatic Redial (Menu 4-3-2)
When the Automatic Redial function is set on, your phone will make up to ten attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt.
Speed Dialling (Menu 4-3-3)
When the Speed Dialling function is set to on, the names and phone numbers assigned to the speed dial keys to can be dialled by pressing and holding the corresponding number key. Pressing and holding the key dials your voice mailbox number.
Call Waiting Options (Menu 4-3-4)
When this network service is activated, the network will notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call in progress.
Own Number Sending (Menu 4-3-5)
This network service allows you to set whether your phone number is shown to or hidden from the person that you are calling. Preset resets the phone to the default setting, On or Off, that you have agreed upon with your service provider.
Phone Settings (Menu 4-4)

Language (Menu 4-4-1)

Within this menu you can select the language in which the display texts will be shown. If the setting Automatic is selected, the language used is chosen based on the current SIM card. English will be used if the language on the SIM card is not found in the phone. This setting also affects the time and date formats of the following functions: Alarm clock (Menu 4-1), Clock (Menu 4-2), Calendar (Menu 8).
Cell Info Display (Menu 4-4-2)
This network service allows you to set the phone to indicate when it is used in a cellular network based on Micro Cellular Network (MCN) technology (network service).
List of Own Numbers (Menu 4-4-3)
Within this menu you can store, erase and edit the phone numbers assigned to your SIM card, if this is allowed by the card. This function is a memory aid, which you can use to check your own phone numbers if you need to do so. For this reason, the edits that you make here do not affect in any way the actual subscriber number(s) of your SIM card.

Welcome Note (Menu 4-4-4)
This menu allows you to set the message (up to 36 characters in length) which is shown briefly when the phone is switched on.
Network Selection (Menu 4-4-5)
The network to which you are connected can be can be selected either automatically or manually. In Automatic mode the phone automatically selects one of the cellular networks available in your area. In Manual mode the phone will show a list of the available networks and you can select the network you wish to use if this network has a roaming agreement with your home network operator. If no such agreement is in force the text No Access will be displayed and you must select another network. The phone will stay in manual mode until the automatic mode is selected or another SIM card is inserted into the phone.
Security Settings (Menu 4-5)
Your phone is equipped with a versatile security system to prevent unauthorised use of the phone or the SIM card. See also Chapter Reference Information -Access Codes.
PIN-Code Request (Menu 4-5-1)
Within this menu you can set the phone to ask for the PIN code of your SIM card when the phone is switched on. You will need the PIN code to turn this request function on. Note that some SIM cards do not allow the PIN code request to be turned off.
Call Barring Service (Menu 4-5-2)
This network service allows you to restrict making and receiving calls with your phone. For this function you need the barring password. You have the following barring modes to choose: Outgoing calls Calls cannot be made. International calls Calls cannot be made to foreign countries. International except to home country Calls can be made only within and to your home country. Incoming calls Calls cannot be received. Incoming calls if abroad Calls cannot be received outside your home country. Cancel all barrings For each function (except Cancel all barrings) you have the following options: Activate, Cancel, or Status (shows the types of barred call).
NOTE: When calls are barred, calls may be possible to certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112 or other official emergency number). When you make a call and a barring mode is set on, the phone may display a note reminding you of this.
Fixed Dialling (Menu 4-5-3)
This service restricts your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if this function is supported by your SIM card. To save and edit numbers on the list, you will need to have the PIN2 code. NOTE: When the Fixed Dial Option is set on, calls may be possible to certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112 or other official emergency number).
Closed User Group (Menu 4-5-4)
This network service specifies the group of people to whom you can call and who can call you. Preset resets the phone to use a user group that the SIM card owner has agreed upon with the service provider. NOTE: When calls are limited to Closed User Groups, calls may be possible to certain emergency numbers in some networks (e.g. 112 or other official emergency number).

Infrared (Menu 9)

Sending Data via the IR Port
This function allows you to send data to a compatible phone or PC. Select the desired Ir function to start data transfer. You can select: Send graphic via IR for a desired caller group to notify that a member of a caller group is calling. Copy names and numbers from Phone Book to a compatible phone or PC. Print names and numbers from Phone Book to a compatible printer. Print a text message on a compatible printer.
Checking the Status of an IR Connection
The status of an IR connection is indicated by. When is displayed continuously, there is an IR connection between your phone and the other device. When is not displayed, no IR connection exists. When blinks, your phone is trying to establish a connection with the other device or a connection has been lost.
Connecting Your Phone to a Computer via IR
You can use the N8810 as a modem with an IrDA enabled computer or other hand-held device. System files and installation instructions can be found on the enclosed disk or on the Nokia website
15. Smart Messaging Services
Nokia Smart Messaging enables the use of a variety of network services offered by operators or service providers. Some services may be available through the Internet and, although your phone does not support full World Wide Web browsing, you may be able to access certain Internet services directly from your phone such as news, weather reports, traffic reports, flight times and dictionaries. NOTE: The availability of Nokia and operator services vary and you may need to subscribe to them. Please contact your local service provider for rates and further information. Services are saved and accessed via menu 10 which has three submenus: Personal Bookmarks (Menu 10-1), Operator Services (Menu 10-2) and Nokia Services (Menu 10-3). These menus are dynamic, which means that the content of each submenu will vary according to the services you have saved under that submenu. To be able to use services, you first need to subscribe to the Short Message Service (SMS). When you order a new Smart Messaging service, the operator sends a message to your phone. To add the new service under Menu 10, save the message. To access the service, simply select the menu item. NOTE: As the services that are available vary, this guide can give you only some of the basic guidelines on how to use such services. For more detailed information on using a specific service, contact your service provider and follow the guide texts on your phones display.

When a charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week, since overcharging may shorten its life. If left unused a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time. For good operation times, discharge the NiMH battery from time to time by leaving your phone switched on until it turns itself off. Do not attempt to discharge the battery by any other means. Temperature extremes will affect the ability of your battery to charge: allow it to cool down or warm up first. When the battery is running out of power and only few minutes of talk time remain, a warning tone is heard and Battery low is briefly displayed. When no more talk time is left, Battery empty is displayed and a warning tone is sounded and the phone switches itself off. Using the Batteries Use the battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any charger or battery which is damaged or worn out. Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic object (coin, clip or pen) causes direct connection of the + and - terminals of the battery (metal strips on the back of the battery) for example when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the connecting object. Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery between 15 C and 25 C (59 F and 77 F). A phone with a hot or cold battery may temporarily not work, even when the battery is fully charged. NiMH batteries performance is particularly limited in temperatures below -10C (14 F). Li-Ion batteries performance is particularly limited in temperatures below -0 C (32 F). Do not dispose of batteries in a fire! Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly. Must not be disposed of in municipal waste!
Accessories and Batteries
This apparatus is intended for use when supplied with power from ACT-1, ACP-7 and LCH-9. Other usage will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous. Warning! Use only batteries, chargers and accessories approved by the phone manufacturer for use with this particular phone model. The use of any other types will invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be dangerous. For availability of approved accessories, please check with your dealer. When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.

Traffic Safety

Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. If using a handheld phone park the vehicle before conversing. Always secure the phone in its holder; do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can break loose in a collision or sudden stop. The use of an alert device to operate a vehicle's lights or horn on public roads is not permitted. Remember road safety always comes first!

Operating Environment

Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and always switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may cause interference or danger. When connecting the phone or any accessory to another device, read its users guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products. As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are advised that for the satisfactory operation of the equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is recommended that the equipment should only be used in the normal operating position (Held to your ear with the antenna pointing over your shoulder.). Do not point the infrared beam at anyones eye or allow it to interfere with other infrared devices.

Electronic Devices

Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.


Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 20 cm (6 inches) be maintained between a hand-held wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.

Persons with pacemaker:

Should always keep the phone more than 20 cm (6 inches) from their
pacemaker when the phone is switched on;
Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket; Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for


If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place,
switch off your phone immediately.

Hearing Aids

Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider.

Other Medical Devices

Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including cellular phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you have any questions. Switch off your phone in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.


RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection systems, electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems, electronic speed control systems, air bag systems). Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.

Posted Facilities

Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Switch off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Users are advised to switch off the phone when at a refuelling point (service station). Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always clearly marked. They include below deck on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquified petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
Only qualified personnel should service the phone, or install the phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty which may apply to the unit. Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is mounted and operating properly. Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in the same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories. For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including both installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result. Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network and may be illegal. Failure to observe these instructions may lead to suspension or denial of telephone services to the offender, or legal action or both.

Emergency Calls

IMPORTANT! This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions which cannot guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies). Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be switched on and in a service area with adequate cellular signal strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local cellular service providers.


Nokia 8810

Quick Guide to Using The Nokia 8810 with an Infrared data connection in Psion 5
Psion 5 configuration.... 2 1.1 General rules about infrared in Nokia 8810.. 2 1.2 Psion 5 modem configuration... 2 1.3 Psion 5 dial-up connection configuration... 2 1.3.1 Making a dial-up connection... 3 1.4 Psion 5 Comms (terminal) connection configuration.. 3 1.5 Message suite configuration... 3
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1. PSION 5 CONFIGURATION If Psion Message Suite is not installed in your device, please download it from and follow the installation instruction given there. Message Suite is an integrated set of applications which provides email, fax and web browsing capabilities for Psion Computers Series 5 handheld computer. This quide is made for Message Suite version 1.52. After successful installation of Psion Message Suite you can proceed with Nokia 8810 specific steps listed below: 1.1 General rules about infrared in Nokia 8810 When you are making connection (call) first activate infrared reception in Nokia 8810 by pressing "Menu 9" then you can start dialling procedure in Psion 5. Infrared connection is released when call is ended. Infrared has a 120-second timer (sw version 4.05), thus you can make a new call without reactivating infrared. However, you need to activate the infrared reception from the Nokia 8810 if the 120 second time has expired. 1.2 Psion 5 modem configuration 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Select Control Panel Select Modems Select New Type Name: Nokia 8810 Speed: 57600 Connect via: Infrared Fax class: Auto Click OK. Current modem: Nokia 8810 click OK
1.3 Psion 5 dial-up connection configuration 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Select Control Panel Select Internet Select New Select Based Upon: Standard settings. Press OK On Psion's screen there should appear "New Internet Service" window. Edit Service 6.1. Type Name (internet service provider) 6.2. Connection type: Dial-Up 6.3. Type Phone Number 7. Select Done 8. Select OK from "Internet Service Setiings". Now you should be ready to start using the Web browser application. If you have done the configuration before and you would like to edit connection configuration select Edit instead of New in point number three in the list above.
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1.3.1 Making a dial-up connection 1. From Extras select Web. If the web browser will not start and Psion tells you something is wrong in configuration, follow the instructions Prion gives you on the screen. 2. From Web window you will see down below the place where you should write the URL you want to visit. After you have written the URL press Enter from keyboard. On the screen should appear a popup window Connect to Internet. 3. Check that the connection settings are correct. The modem is the one that uses 8810 and phone number is also correct. 4. Before pressing OK check that Ir-link is active in your 8810. Please remember that there is a 120 second timeout in the 8810 IR port to save battery power. If the link is not active, do activate it from the 8810 keyboard by pressing Menu 9. If the link is active press OK in Psion. Psion should be now looking up the host address you have chosen. When you want to quit browsing choose file from menubar and from there disconnect from network. After that you can close the Web browser (file close). 1.4 Psion 5 Comms (terminal) connection configuration When you are using only terminal you will not need to download Message Suite. 1. Press system 2. Open menu tools remote link 3. Select off and press OK 4. Press Extras 5. Select Comms 6. Open menu tools communication settings 7. Select: Use comms port: infrared 8. Select OK. Now you should see "Online" in right upper corner. 9. Activate the Ir-link from your 8810. 10. Type AT and press "Enter". Now you should have active infrared connection and you can give AT commands. 1.5 Message suite configuration 1. 2. 3. 4. Select Extras Select Email Set your email settings: Menu Tools- Settings - Email Set your Fax settings: Menu Tools Settings - Fax

Now you can send and receive email and fax messages. Create new email or fax When you have finished your message select "Done (put in outbox)". 1. Open local outbox 2. Select send 3. Select Send faxes or Send email 4. Send Fax 4.1 You will see "connect" dialogue. Check that Fax number, Location and Modem (Nokia 8810) are correct. 4.2 Press "Menu 9" in Nokia 8810 phone - This will activate infrared reception. You have 120 seconds to start sending. 4.3 Click OK in Psion 5 dialogue
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4.4 Now Message Suite is sending fax 5. Send Email 5.1 You will see "connect to Internet" dialogue. Check that Internet service, Number to dial and Modem are correct. 5.2 Press Menu 9 in Nokia 8810 phone - This will activate infrared reception. You have 120 seconds to start sending. 5.3 Click OK in Psion 5 5.4 Now Message Suite is making connection to Internet.
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