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User reviews and opinions
|slaskslask||3:19am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|The last phone made by Nokia with a care for the design, that could be as weird as you want but still it HAS a design! Model Honda Accord and a Nokia 7110 mobile telephone, I know which one that statement better refers to and, very sorry Honda. Is virtually identical to all Nokia phones. One of the downers is the external aerial, and as you may well be aware can be easily broken.|
|marksibly||2:21am on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|I think the Nokia 7110 is the best Nokia phone ever. Design - Up until now, the design is still tops compared to other phones.|
|sydb||10:51pm on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|The Best hands free car kit 6310i/6310 etc Excellent call quality, much needed device with the new british law on mobile phones.|
|Chewie||2:33am on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|This phone is very similar to the one featured in "Matrix". I have bought it... it must be 3 years ago, and it has never let me down.|
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Quick and easy
These first two pages include some basic tips for quick and easy use of your Nokia 7110. For more detailed information read through the users guide. Before using your phone: With the battery removed, insert the SIM card, then insert the battery and charge it. Then switch on your phone by pressing and holding. For details, see page 9.
Making a call Open the slide, key in the area code & phone number and press or press and hold Navi Roller Press and hold Navi Roller or open the slide, or press (if the slide is open) Roll up or down with Navi Roller during a call.
Answering a call Adjusting the earpiece volume
Ending/Rejecting a Press or close the slide, Call or press Reject. Last number redial Press when the phone is in the standby mode. Roll with Navi Roller to the desired number and press. Listening to your voice messages Press & hold. If the phone asks for the voice mailbox number, key it in and press OK.
Using the phone book
Phone book You can store names & phone numbers in the memory selection phones internal memory or SIM cards memory. To select the phone book memory, see page 16. Quick storing Key in the phone number & press Options, press Navi Roller or Select at Save. Then enter the name and press OK.
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Press Navi Roller once in the standby mode, then roll to the desired name (if the Roller
menu shortcut is set to access the list of names as in the default settings).
Using the menu
Entering a menu Exiting a menu Press Menu, roll with Navi Roller to the desired menu function and press Navi Roller. Press to exit a menu function without changing its settings.
Other essential functions
Locking the keypad Unlocking the keypad Writing and sending a text message Close the slide and press Lock Keys within 3 seconds. Open the slide. Press Menu and then press Write. Then write your message. See page 33 for details. In the traditional text input, press a number key repeatedly until the desired character appears. Press for a space. In the predictive text input, press a number key only once for one letter. If the underlined word is not the intended one, press to view the next matching word. Press for a space. After you have completed your message, press Options & press Navi Roller at Send. Enter the phone number & press OK. Press or close the slide to exit any function & to return to the standby mode.
Quick and easy. 3 Contents. 5 For your safety.. 7 1. Getting started.. 9
Inserting the SIM card.9 Charging the battery. 10 Switching the phone on or off. 10 Listening to voice messages.22 In-call functions..22 Call waiting..23 Call holding..24 Making a conference call.24 Transferring a call.25 Call register (Menu 2).25 Missed calls (Menu 2-1).25 Received calls (Menu 2-2)..25 Dialled numbers (Menu 2-3)..26 Erase recent call lists (Menu 2-4)..26 Call duration (Menu 2-5).26 Call costs (Menu 2-6).26 Call divert (Menu 5)..27
About the menu
The phone offers you an extensive range of functions which are grouped in menus and submenus. The menus and submenus can be accessed by rolling the Navi Roller or by using the appropriate shortcut number.
Accessing a menu function by rolling the Navi Roller
1 Press Menu to access the menu facility. 2 Roll with Navi Roller to the desired main menu (for example, Settings) and press Navi Roller to enter the displayed menu. 3 If the menu contains submenus, roll with Navi Roller to the desired submenu and press Navi Roller to enter the submenu (for example, Call settings). If the menu contains submenus (for example, Speed dialling), repeat step 3. 4 Roll with Navi Roller to the desired setting option. 5 Press Navi Roller to select the highlighted setting. Tip: To return to the previous menu level, press Back. To exit the menu without changing any settings and to return to the standby mode, press or close the slide.
The header line on top of the display helps you to locate where you are in the menu or phone book.
Most of the menu functions are provided with a brief help text. To view the help text of a menu function, roll to the desired menu function and wait for 10 seconds. To exit the help text, press Back.
Accessing a menu function by its shortcut
Most menu items (menus, submenus and setting options) are numbered in ascending order and can be accessed by their shortcut number. For example, the Settings is the fourth menu in the main menu level and thus its shortcut number is 4. The Call settings is the second submenu under the Settings menu and thus its shortcut number is 2 and so on. Note that you need to key in each shortcut number within 3 seconds. For example, to set on the menu function Speed dialling, press Menu and then key in where 4 is for Settings, 2 for Call settings, 3 for Speed dialling and 1 for selecting On.
List of menu functions
1 Messages NN unread text messages Inbox Outbox Archive Templates NN of user defined folders 2 Call register 1 Missed calls 2 Received calls 3 Dialled numbers 4 Erase recent call lists 5 Call duration 1 Last call duration 2 All calls duration 3 Received calls duration 4 Dialled calls duration 5 Clear timers 6 Call costs 1 Last call cost/units 2 All calls cost/units 3 Profiles 1 General 1 Activate 2 Personalise
Incoming call alert Ringing tone Ringing volume Vibrating alert Message alert tone Keypad tones Warning and game tones 8 Alert for Silent* Meeting* Outdoor* Pager*
6 Car1** 7 Headset2 *** 4 Settings 1 Time Settings 1 Alarm clock 2 Clock 2 Call settings 1 Anykey answer 2 Automatic redial 3 Speed dialling 4 Call waiting service 5 Line for outgoing calls
Select option Activate to set the divert setting on if allowed by the network, Cancel to set the divert setting off or Check status to check whether the divert is activated or not. To cancel all diverts, select the submenu Cancel all diverts (Menu 5-8). Tip: To quickly activate the Divert all voice calls, press Menu, then roll to Call Divert and press All voice. Tip: The icon is shown in the standby mode when you have activated the Divert all voice calls. If you have two phone lines, the divert icon for your first line is and for the second line is.
Personalising your phone
4. Personalising your phone
Profiles (Menu 3)
Within the Profiles menu, you can adjust and customise the phone tones for different events, environments and caller groups.
Activating a user profile
1 Press once (in the standby mode) to access the list of profiles. 2 Roll with Navi Roller to the profile you want to activate and press Navi Roller. To access the list of profiles through the menu, press Menu, then roll to Profiles and press Navi Roller. Pressing General activates the default profile General. Tip: In the default settings of Silent, the phone is set not to ring at an incoming call.
Personalising a user profile
1 Press Menu, then roll to Profiles and press Navi Roller (or press once in the standby mode). 2 Roll to one of the following profiles and press Options. General, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, Pager, Car1, Headset2. Note that selecting option Switch off! turns off the phone. 3 Select Personalise and press OK.
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4 Roll to the setting you want to customise (for example, Ringing tone) and press Navi Roller. See Profile settings. 5 Roll to the desired option and press OK.
Once you have selected the setting Personalise, you can customise the following settings of the selected profile: Incoming call alert to define how the phone notifies you of an incoming voice call.The options are: Ringing, Ascending, Ring once, Beep Once and Off. When Incoming call alert is set to Off or Beep Once no ringing tone will be heard and is displayed when the phone is in the standby mode. Ringing tone to set the ringing tone type for voice calls. Tip: If you receive a ringing tone via IR or as an Over-TheAir message (OTA), you can store five personal ringing tones in the ringing tone list. For more information, contact your local service provider. Ringing volume to set the volume level for the ringing and message alert tones. Vibrating alert to set the phone to vibrate at an incoming voice call and at an incoming text message. The vibrating alert does not work when the phone is connected to a charger or to a desktop stand. Message alert tone to set the ringing tone type for text messages. Keypad tones to set the volume level for key pad tones or to set the key pad tones off. Warning and game tones to set the warning and game tones on or off. For example, when set to on, the phone sounds a warning tone when the battery is running out of power.
To enter a number, press and hold the desired number key until the number is displayed. To enter several numbers in a row, press and hold to enter the number input. Key in the desired numbers by using the number keys, and then press and hold to return to the predictive text input. Tip: You can insert a phone number or name stored in the phone book by using the options Insert number or Insert name, respectively.
Inserting punctuation marks and special characters
Press , to add a punctuation mark. The phone tries to predict the correct symbol. To change the underlined symbol, press repeatedly until the desired symbol appears. If the desired symbol is not found, press Symbol to enter the list of symbols and special characters. Then roll with the Navi Roller to the symbol you want to use and press OK. Tip: You can also insert a symbol by using the option Insert symbol or by pressing and holding to enter the list of symbols and special characters.
Press Clear to delete the character to the left of the cursor. Pressing and holding Clear clears the display.
Changing character case
Press once to change the character case. Upper case is indicated by ABC and the lower case by abc. Tip: Pressing and holding enters the number input. Number input is indicated by 123.
Writing compound words
Instead of writing the whole compound word at once, you can write its first part, press Navi Roller to accept it, and write the second part. Tip: You can also accept the first part of the compound word by first adding a space by pressing and then removing the space by pressing Clear once.
Setting predictive text input on/off and selecting dictionary language
When you enter the Messages menu, the predictive text input may be set on as the default. The predictive text input is on when the indicator is shown at the top left part of the display. To set the predictive text input off: 1 Press Menu, then press Write. 2. Press Options, roll with Navi Roller to Dictionary and press Navi Roller. 3. Press Navi Roller when Dictionary off is highlighted. To set the predictive text input on and to select the dictionary language: 1. Press Menu, then press Write. 2. Press Options, roll with Navi Roller to Dictionary and press Navi Roller. 3. Roll to the desired dictionary language and press Navi Roller. Tip: To quickly set the predictive text input on or off, press Menu, press Write and then press and hold Options. Note: Predictive text input is only available for the languages listed in the dictionary option list.
6. Phone book functions
Storing names and numbers
1 Press Names. 2 Roll to Add name and press Navi Roller. 3 Key in the name and press OK. Press a number key repeatedly until the desired character appears. Press for a space. See also Writing texton page 33. 4 Key in an area code and phone number, and press OK. If you key in the + character for the international prefix (by pressing twice) in front of the country code, you can also use the phone number when calling from abroad. Quick Save: Key in the phone number DQG press Options, press OK at Save highlighted. Then enter the name and press OK.
Storing multiple numbers per name
You can use your phone as a contact manager, since the phones internal phone book allows you to store multiple phone numbers as well as text, such as an E-mail address, a street address or a note under a name. Note: Multiple numbers per name can be stored only in the phones memory. Before storing any names and numbers, select the phone memory. For instructions, see page 16. The first number stored under a name is automatically set as the default number. When you select a name from the phone book (for example, to make a call or send a text message), the default number is used unless you select another number. For example, when you press and hold Navi Roller at a highlighted name, the phone will make a call to the default number. Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
Phone book functions
For each number or text item you can select a number type. If you do not select any number type, will be used as the number type. The default number is indicated by the box around the number type icon, for example,.
To add a new number or text item to a name:
1 Once in the names list, roll with Navi Roller to the desired name. 2 Press Options and roll to Add number or to Add text and press Navi Roller. 3 Roll to one of the number or text types and press Navi Roller. General (default type when no other type is selected) Home Mobile Office Fax E-mail (text type) Postal address (text type) Note (text type) You can later change the number or text type by using the Change Type option in the option list. 4 Enter the number or enter the text at Add text: and press OK to save it.
Making a call by using the speed dialling keys
When a phone number is assigned to one of the speed dialling keys ( to ), you can call the phone number in either of the following two ways: Press the corresponding speed dialling key and press.
If you have set the menu function Speed dialling (Menu 42-3)to on, press and hold the corresponding speed dialling key until the call is started. Tip: Pressing and holding number. dials your voice mailbox
Organising the phone book
Editing a name and number
1 Recall the name or number you want to edit, press Options. 2 Press Navi Roller when Edit name or Edit number is highlighted. 3 Edit the name or number and press OK.
Erasing a name and number
You can remove names and phone numbers from the selected phone book one by one or all at once.
To erase a name and number
1 Recall the name and number you want to erase. 2 Press Options, press Navi Roller at Erase name, and then press OK to confirm the erase operation. Note: If you have stored multiple numbers per name, the option Erase name deletes the name, all the numbers and the text types stored under it.
To erase all names and numbers
1 Press Names (in the standby mode), then roll to Erase and press Navi Roller. 2 Roll to Erase all and press Navi Roller. 3 Roll to the phone book you want to erase (SIM card or Phone) and press OK. 4 Press OK at Are you sure?, key in your security code and press OK.
Copying names and numbers
You can copy names and phone number from the phones memory to your SIM cards memory or vice versa. 1 Press Names, roll to Copy and press Navi Roller. 2 Roll to the desired copying direction (From phone to SIM card or From SIM card to Phone) and press Navi Roller. 3 Roll to One by one, or All or Default numbers and press Navi Roller. If you selected One by one, roll to the name you want to copy and press Copy. Note: When you copy From SIM card to Phone, the text Default numbers is not shown. 4 Then select whether you want to keep the original names and numbers. 5 If you selected All or Default numbers, press OK at Start copying.
Sending and receiving names and phone numbers
You can send or receive a persons contact information as a business card either via IR or as an Over The Air (OTA) message if supported by the network. To send a business card as an OTA message, find the desired name and number from the phone book and then use the option Send card. To send a business card via IR, use the option Send card via IR. See also Copying via IRon page 46 and Transmitting data on page 76. When you receive a business card, press Show. Then press Options, select Save or Discard, and press Navi Roller.
Standard answers and templates
Your phone offers you a list of standard answers (for example, Thank you or Happy birthday) and templates (for example, Im at a meeting, call me later at) which you can use in replying to text messages. You can also use templates when writing text messages. You can find the list of default templates in the Templates folder of the Messages menu. You can edit the templates to your liking. The original templates are restored when the Restore Factory Settings menu (Menu 4-6) is selected. Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
Writing and sending text messages
Within the Messages menu you can write and send text messages or save your own messages in the Outbox folder for later use. Note: Before sending a text message, make sure that the phone number of your message centre number is stored in the phone (see Message settings on page 54). Contact your service provider for the message centre number.
Writing and sending a text message
1 Press Menu, then press Write. You can also start writing a message once you are in the Messages menu, by first pressing Options, then rolling to Write Message and then pressing Navi Roller. 2 Key in your message of up to 160 characters. For writing text messages you can use the traditional text input indicated by or the predictive text input indicated by. For details, see Writing text on page 33. Tip: If you want to use one of the standard templates, press Options, roll to Insert Template and press Navi Roller. Then roll to the template you want to use and press Navi Roller. 3 To send the message, press Options, roll to Send and press OK. Then enter the phone number (or recall it from the phone book) and press OK to send the message. The sent message is stored in the Outbox folder. The option list includes options for sending, saving, erasing the message you are writing. For sending the message, for example to a fax or an email address, see Special sending options on page 52.
To view the messages saved in the Outbox:
1 Once in the Messages menu, roll to Outbox and press Navi Roller. 2 Roll to the desired message and press Navi Roller to view it.
Special sending options
Sending a text message to multiple recipients
You can send a message to multiple recipients. When forwarding a message, use the Multiple copies option under Forward Options, and when writing and sending a message, use Multiple copies under Send Options. 1 After you have written the message, select Forward Options or Send Options, and then select the option Multiple copies. 2 Then roll to the desired name and press OK to send the message. 3 Then select the next recipient and press OK. 4 When you do not want to send the message to any more recipients, press Done.
Sending a text message by message profile
You can send or forward a text message, for example to a fax number, by using the Message profile option under Send Options or Message profile option under Forward Options if supported by your network. For example, in order to send a text message to a fax, you first need to define one message profile under the message settings for fax transmissions. See Message settings on page 54.
A message profile is a group of settings needed for sending text messages. The phone uses the settings Message centre number, Messages sent as and Message validity under the Message settings menu as a default message profile if you do not select another set when sending a message. When you, for example, reply to a text message and select Send or when you write a text message and select Send, the phone automatically uses the default message profile. You can also send a text message to a fax or to an email address (if supported by your service provider) if you have defined a message profile with proper settings for fax or email transmissions. See also Special sending options on page 52.
Settings common to all text messages
The following message settings under the Message settings menu are common to all outgoing text messages, irrespective of the selected set. Delivery reports You can request the network to send delivery reports on your text messages (network service). A delivery report is indicated by in front of the message header. Reply to you via same centre This network service allows the recipient of your text message to send you a reply message via your text message centre.
Within the Message profiles submenu of the Message Settings you can change the settings of a particular message profile2. Each of the message profiles has its own submenu with the following functions:
The message profiles menu is only displayed if your SIM card supports more than one set. Each set appears in its own submenu and may have any name. The number of sets depends on how many sets your SIM card offers.
Message centre number With this submenu you can store the phone number of the message centre needed for sending text messages. Messages sent as For normal text messages, select the option Text, for fax transmission, select the option Fax etc. Note that you can only use the options Fax, E-mail and Paging, if your messaging service offers the facility to convert the text messages into these alternative formats. Contact your service provider for availability of this function. Message validity This network service allows you to set the length of time that your text messages are stored at the message centre while attempts are made to deliver them. Default recipient number The phone will suggest the number stored under this option as a default number for text message sending when this message profile is selected. Message profile name Allows you to rename each message profile.
When the phone alarms for a note
The phone flashes its lights, beeps, and displays the note (also when the phone is in the Silent mode). With a Call note on the display, you can call the displayed number by pressing. To stop the alarm and view the note, press View, to stop the alarm without viewing the note, press Exit.
Clock (Menu 4-1-2)
The phone is provided with a clock. Within the Clock menu (4-12). you can set the phone to show the clock, set the time and choose whether the clock uses the 12-hour or 24-hour format. When the phone is set to show the clock, the current time is shown in the top right of the display when the phone is in the standby mode. The clock also serves the following functions: Messages (Menu 1), Call register (Menu 2), Alarm clock (Menu 4-1-1) and Calendar (Menu 8).
Note: If the battery is removed from the phone for a long time, you may need to set the time again.
Alarm clock (Menu 4-1-1)
You can set the phone to alarm at a specified time within the Alarm clock menu (menu 4-1-1). To quickly access this submenu, press Menu, then roll to Settings and press Alarm. The alarm clock uses the time format set for the clock: 12-hour or 24-hour format. In the standby mode, the indicator in the header line shows that the alarm is set to on. You can switch the phone off and the alarm clock will still work. When the alarm time expires The phone sounds an alert tone and the text ALARM! is shown and the phones lights are flashing. Press Stop to stop the alarm. If you let the phone alarm for a minute or press Snooze, the alarm stops for a few minutes and then resumes. Note: If the alarm time expires while the phone is switched off, the
phone starts alerting. If you press Stop, the phone asks whether you want to activate the phone for calls. Press Yes to register or No to keep the phone switched off. Do not switch on the phone when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
Calculator (Menu 7)
You can use your phones calculator to add, subtract, multiply, divide and convert currency. Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not
Making a calculation
1 Press Menu, roll to Calculator, and press Start or press Navi Roller. 2 With the screen showing a 0, enter the first number in the calculation (press for a decimal point). 3 To add, press once (+ appears); to subtract, press twice ( - ); to multiply, press three times ( * ); to divide, press four times ( / ). Alternatively, press Options, roll to Add, Subtract, Multiply or Divide and press Navi Roller. To add a decimal point, press. To enter a negative number, first key in the number, then press Options, roll to Change sign and press Navi Roller. 4 Enter the second number. Then repeat steps 3 and 4 as many times as necessary. 5 For a total, press Options, roll to Equals and press Navi Roller. 6 To start a new calculation, first press and hold Clear. Note: The calculator has a limited accuracy and rounding errors may occur, especially in long divisions.
Emptying the cache:
The information or services you have accessed are stored in the cache of the phone. A cache is a buffer memory which is used to store data temporarily. Note: If you have tried to access or have accessed confidential information requiring passwords (for example, your bank account), empty the cache prior to each use to secure the confidentiality. 1 Press Menu, roll to the Services and press Navi Roller. 2 Roll to Clear the cache and press Navi Roller.
For using some services, you need a security certificate. After you have downloaded the required security certificate from the Internet, you can view the certificate and then save or erase it. If you save it, the certificate is added to the list of security certificates under the Services menu. To view the list of security certificates: 1 Press Menu, roll to the Services menu and press Navi Roller. 2 Roll to Settings and press Navi Roller. 3 Roll to Security certificate and press Navi Roller. Note: Accessing a WAP (connectionless) secure session service, the security icon is displayed in the upper left corner of the display. When the security icon is displayed, the data transmission between the phone and the gateway (identified by the IP address in the Connection settings) is encrypted and secure. However, the security icon does not indicate that the data transmission between the gateway and server (place where the requested resource is stored) is secure. It is up to the service provider to secure the data transmission between the gateway and server.
11. Settings (Menu 4)
Within the Settings menu you can change a number of settings related to the phones functions and security.
Time settings (Menu 4-1)
See Alarm clock (Menu 4-1-1) on page 60. See Clock (Menu 4-1-2) on page 59.
Call settings (Menu 4-2)
Anykey answer (Menu 4-2-1)
When this function is set to on, you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key briefly, except and. Automatic redial (Menu 4-2-2) When the Automatic Redial function is set to on, your phone will make as many as ten attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt.
Speed dialling (Menu 4-2-3)
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. See Speed dialling on page 43.
Call waiting service (Menu 4-2-4)
When this network service is activated, the network will notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call in progress. See Call waiting on page 23.
Settings (Menu 4)
Line for outgoing calls (Menu 4-2-5)
The SIM card may be used with two subscriber numbers i.e. two phone lines. However, this is a network service and the function is only available if your SIM card supports it. Within this menu, you can select the desired line for making calls. However, calls on both lines can be answered disregarding the selected line. If you select line 2 and have not subscribed to this network service, you will not be able to make calls. You can lock this menu function from being used by selecting the option Lock from the option list.
Summary after call (Menu 4-2-6)
When you set this function to on, the phone will briefly display the duration and cost (network service) of the last call.
Fax or data call (Menu 4-2-7)
Within this menu, you can make a fax or data call. Before using this function you need to activate the IR port of your phone within the Menu 9 or to connect your phone to a compatible device (for example, a fax machine). Tip: The Fax, data & voice option allows you to switch from voice mode to data (or fax) mode during a call. To do this, press Options, select Voice Mode or Data mode (or Fax mode) and press OK.
Own number sending (Menu 4-2-8)
This network service allows you to set your phone number either to be displayed or hidden from the person you are calling. Set by network resets the phone to the default setting, On or Off, that you have agreed upon with your service provider. Note: The numbering of Summary after call, Fax and data call and Own number sending menus vary. If your SIM card does not support the Line for outgoing calls function, Summary after call is menu 4-2-5, Fax and data call menu 4-2-6 and Own number sending 4-2-7.
Phone settings (Menu 4-3)
Language (Menu 4-3-1)
This menu allows you to select the language in which the display texts are shown. See Setting display text language on page 31.
Cell info display (Menu 4-3-2)
Within this menu you can set the phone to indicate when it is used in a cellular network based on Micro Cellular Network (MCN) technology (network service).
Welcome note (Menu 4-3-3)
This menu allows you to write a message that is briefly shown every time the phone is switched on.
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 15C (59 F) and 25C (77 F). A phone with a hot or cold battery may temporarily not work, even when the battery is fully charged. The performance of NiMH batteries is particularly limited in temperatures below -10C (14 F). The performance of Li-Ion batteries is particularly limited in temperatures below -0C (32 F). Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly. They must not be disposed of in municipal waste. Do not dispose of batteries in fire!
Accessories and Batteries
This apparatus is intended for use when supplied with power from ACP-7, ACP-8, LCH-9, DCH-8 and DCH-9. Other usage will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous. For availability of approved accessories, please check with your dealer.
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. When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Important Safety Information
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 that road safety always comes first!
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.).
Protect your Nokia 7160/ 7190 cellular phone! FEATURES a heavily reinforced leather covered metal belt clip that really stays on your belt! Genuine leather aftermarket carrying case. Clear vinyl face over the display and keys. The plastic comes down half way from the top and stops just above and curves around the middle roller leaving the lower 1/2 open with a small leather piece crossing the bottom holding it together. Cut to allow access to all input ports and volume keys! Sides are elastic to expand to any size battery. Case makes answering your Nokia 7160/ 7190 cellular phone fast and easy! Supported Models and Categories:Nokia 6810 Cell Phone AccessoriesNokia 7160/ 7190 Cell Phone Accessories
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