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seamuso 4:06am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 
the Nokia N70 is the best smartphone without a touchscreen, no direct rivals. The screen is wide enough to view everything you are doing without straining your eyes. It is not only user friendly but also pc compatible.
ann31_85 10:10pm on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 
I got this phone back in 2006 and I think at that time this phone was one of the coolest and most expensive phone because it has a 3G. I currently use a Nokia N70 and my review of the same is as follows: I believe there might be tons of reviews on this product but having first hand ex...
steloh 5:03pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010 
This phone has a good performance . Voice acceptance while do or accepts call also lovely. Aught feature also functionings with every consideration.
handsomefish 7:04am on Monday, July 26th, 2010 
I have a mobile phone Nokia N 70, a mobile phone very good.After fell as much as 3 times normal, but not yet error. I have a mobile phone Nokia N 70, a mobile phone very good.After fell as much as 3 times normal, but not yet error. Features and Information Network: UMTS / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900 Size: 108.8 x 53 x 21.8 mm, 95.9 cc Weight: 126 g Display: - TFT.
petewulf 11:50pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 
Nokia N70 is a mix of nice looks, good photo capturing, with its two cameras-back n front, flash light, music for your earfs- FM. the perfect phone with all the feature like music player, fm radio and also ability to add in application and incress the storage facility.

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Volume and loudspeaker control
To increase or decrease the volume level when you have an active call or are listening to a sound, press or. The built-in loudspeaker allows you to speak and listen from a short distance without having to hold the device to your ear. Sound applications use the loudspeaker by default. Warning: Do not hold the device near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use, because the volume may be extremely loud. To use the loudspeaker during a call, start a call, and select Options > Activate loudsp.
To add cities to the list, select Options > Add city. Enter the first letters of the city name. The search field appears automatically, and the matching cities are displayed. Select a city. You can add a maximum of 15 cities to the list.
To turn off the loudspeaker when you have an active call or are listening to a sound, select Options > Activate handset.
Tip! You can use Nokia Phone Browser available in Nokia PC Suite to view the different memories in your device. See the CD-ROM supplied with your device.

View memory consumption

To view what types of data you have in the device and how much memory the different data types consume, select Options > Memory details. Scroll down to Free memory to view the amount of free memory in the device. To view the amount of free memory on a memory card, if you have a compatible card inserted in the device, press to open the memory card view, and select Options > Memory details.
To remove data to free memory, use File mgr., or go to the respective application. For example, you can remove the following: Messages from Inbox, Drafts, and Sent folders in Messaging Retrieved e-mail messages from the device memory Saved Web pages Saved images, videos, or sound files Contact information Calendar notes Downloaded applications. See also Application manager, p. 105. Any other data that you no longer need

Memory lowfree memory

The device notifies you if the device memory or memory card memory is getting low. To free device memory, transfer data to a compatible memory card in the file manager. Mark files to be moved, select Move to folder > Memory card, and a folder. Tip! To free memory from the device or from a memory card, use Image Store available in Nokia PC Suite to transfer images and video clips to a compatible PC. See the CD-ROM supplied with your device.

Warning: In the offline profile you cannot make or receive any calls, except make calls to certain emergency numbers, or use other features that require network coverage. To make calls, you must first activate the phone function by changing profiles. If the device has been locked, enter the lock code. To leave the Offline profile, press , and select another profile. The device re-enables wireless transmissions (providing there is sufficient signal strength). If Bluetooth connectivity is activated before entering the Offline profile, it will be deactivated. Bluetooth connectivity is automatically reactivated after leaving the Offline profile. See Bluetooth connectivity settings, p. 85.
Transfer content from another device
You can copy contacts, calendar, images, video, and sound clips using Bluetooth connectivity, from a compatible Nokia S60 device.

Offline profile

The Offline profile lets you use the device without

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connecting to the wireless network. When you activate the Offline profile, the connection to the wireless network is turned off, as indicated by in the signal strength indicator area. All wireless phone signals to and from the device are prevented. If you try to send messages, they are placed in the outbox to be sent later.
You can use your Nokia N70 without a SIM card. The offline profile is automatically activated when the device is switched on without a SIM card. This allows you to use the SIM card in another device. To avoid duplicate entries, you can transfer the same type of information (for example, contacts) from the other device to your Nokia N70 only once. Before starting the transfer, you must activate Bluetooth connectivity on both devices. On each device, press , and select Connect. > Bluetooth. Select Bluetooth > On. Give a name to each device. To transfer content: 1 Press , and select Tools > Transfer on your Nokia N70. Follow the instructions on the screen. 2 The device searches for other devices with Bluetooth connectivity. When it has finished the search, select your other device from the list. 3 You are asked to enter a code on your Nokia N70. Enter a code (1-16 digits), and select OK. Enter the same code on the other device, and select OK. 4 The Transfer application is sent to the other device as a message. 5 Open the message to install Transfer on the other device, and follow the instructions on the screen. 6 From your Nokia N70, select the content you want to copy from the other device.

Monitor all communication events
Icons in Log: Incoming Outgoing Missed communication events

Call duration

To monitor the approximate duration of your incoming and outgoing calls, press , and select My own > Log > Call duration.
Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary, depending on network features, rounding off for billing, and so forth.
To monitor all voice and video calls, text messages, or data connections registered by the device, press , select My own > Log, and press the scroll key to the right to open the general log. For each communication event, you can see the sender or recipient name, phone number, name of the service provider, or access point. You can filter the general log to view just one type of event and create new contact cards based on the log information. Tip! If you want to see the duration of a voice call on the main display during an active call, select Options > Settings > Show call duration > Yes. Tip! To view a list of sent messages, press select Messaging > Sent. , and
To erase the contents of the log, recent calls register, and messaging delivery reports permanently, select Options > Clear log. Select Yes to confirm. To set the Log duration, select Options > Settings > Log duration. The log events remain in the device memory for a set number of days after which they are automatically erased to free memory. If you select No log, all the log contents, recent calls register, and messaging delivery reports are permanently deleted. To view the details of a communication event, in the general log view scroll to an event, and press the scroll key. Tip! In the details view you can copy a phone number to the clipboard, and paste it to a text message, for example. Select Options > Copy Number. Packet data counter and connection timer: To view how much data, measured in kilobytes, is transferred and how long a certain packet data connection lasts, scroll to an incoming or outgoing event indicated by Pack., and select Options > View details.
Subevents, such as a text message sent in more than one part and packet data connections, are logged as one communication event. Connections to your mailbox, multimedia messaging center, or Web pages are shown as packet data connections. To filter the log, select Options > Filter and a filter.
Press , and select Contacts. In Contacts you can add a personal ringing tone or a thumbnail image to a contact card. You can also create contact groups, which allow you to send text messages or e-mail to many recipients at the same time. You can add received contact information (business cards) to contacts. See Data and settings, p. 57. Contact information can only be sent to or received from compatible devices. Tip! Regularly back up the information on the device to a compatible memory card. You can restore the information, such as contacts, to the device later. See Memory card tool, p. 16. You can also use Nokia PC Suite to back up your contacts to a compatible PC. See the CD-ROM supplied with your device.

MoveMoves the video clip to the selected location. RemoveRemoves the video clip from the video. DuplicateMakes a copy of the selected video clip. Edit text (shown only if you added text)To move, remove or duplicate text; change the color and style of the text; define how long it stays on the screen; and add effects to the text. Edit image (shown only if you have added an image)To move, remove or duplicate an image; define how long it stays on the screen; and set a background or a color effect to the image. Edit sound clip: CutTrims the sound clip in the cut sound clip view. MoveMoves the sound clip to the selected location. RemoveRemoves the sound clip from the video. DuplicateMakes a copy of the selected sound clip. Set durationChanges the length of the sound clip.
Edit video, sound, image, text, and transitions
To create custom video clips, mark and select one or more video clips, and select Options > Edit. Press and sound clip. Edit video clip: CutTrims the video clip in the cut video clip view. Add colour effectInserts a color effect on the video clip. Use slow motionSlows the speed of the video clip. to move between the video clip and the
To modify the video, select from the following options:

Edit video clips

Mute/UnmuteMutes or unmutes the original video clip sound.
Edit transitionThere are three types of transitions: at the start of a video, at the end of a video, and transitions between video clips. A start transition can be selected when the first transition of the video is active. Insert: Video clipInserts the selected video clip. A thumbnail of the video clip is shown in the main view. A thumbnail consists of the first nonblack view of the video clip. The name and length of the selected video clip is also shown. ImageInserts the selected image. A thumbnail of the image is shown in the main view. TextInserts text to the video clip. You can insert a title, subtitle, or credits. Sound clipInserts the selected sound clip. The name and length of the selected sound clip is shown in the main view. New sound clipRecords a new sound clip to the selected location.
MoviePreview the movie in the full screen mode or as a thumbnail, save or send the movie, or cut the movie to a proper size for sending it in a multimedia message. Tip! To take a snapshot of a video clip, select Options > Take snapshot in the thumbnail preview view or in the cut video view. To save your video, select Options > Movie > Save. To define the Memory in use, select Options > Settings. The default is the device memory. Tip! In the Settings view, you can define Default video name, Default image name, Resolution, and Memory in use. Select Send > Via multimedia, Via e-mail, or Via Bluetooth if you want to send the video. Contact your service provider or network operator for details of the maximum multimedia message size that you can send. If your video is too large to be sent in a multimedia message, appears. Tip! If you want to send a video clip that is over the maximum multimedia message size allowed by your service provider, you can send the clip using Bluetooth. See Send data using Bluetooth connectivity, p. 85. You can also transfer your videos to your PC using Bluetooth wireless technology or by using a memory card reader (enhancement).

Receive RealPlayer settings
You may receive RealPlayer settings in a special text message from the network operator or service provider. See Data and settings, p. 57. For more information, contact your network operator or service provider.
Stream content over the air
Many service providers require you to use an Internet access point (IAP) for your default access point. Other service providers allow you to use a WAP access point. The access points may be configured when you first start your device. Contact your service provider for more information. In RealPlayer, you can only open an rtsp:// URL address. However, RealPlayer will recognise an http link to a.ram file. To stream content over the air, select a streaming link saved in Gallery, on a Web page, or received in a text message or multimedia message. Before live content begins streaming, your device connects to the site and starts loading the content. The content is not saved in the device.
Change the RealPlayer settings
Select Options > Settings and from the following: Videoto have RealPlayer automatically repeat video clips after they finish playing. Audio settingsto select if you want to repeat playing of track lists and play sound clips on a track list in random order. Connection settingsto select whether to use a proxy server, change the default access point, and set the time-outs and port range used when connecting. Contact your service provider for the correct settings. Proxy settings: Use proxyTo use a proxy server, select Yes. Proxy serv. addressEnter the IP address of the proxy server. Proxy port numberEnter the port number of the proxy server.
Glossary: Proxy servers are intermediate servers between media servers and their users. Some service providers use them to provide additional security or speed up access to browser pages that contain sound or video clips. Network settings: Default access pointScroll to the access point you want to use to connect to the Internet, and press. Online timeSet the time for RealPlayer to disconnect from the network when you pause a media clip playing through a network link, select User defined, and press. Enter the time, and select OK. Lowest UDP portEnter the lowest port number of the servers port range. The minimum value is 6970. Highest UDP portEnter the highest port number of the servers port range. The maximum value is 32000. Select Options > Advanced settings to edit the bandwidth values for different networks.

place. See Receive MMS and e-mail settings, p. 56 and E-mail, p. 63.
6 To take a new picture or
message. In the navigation bar, you can see the message length indicator counting backwards. For example, 10 (2) means that you can still add 10 characters for the text to be sent as two messages. E-mail messages are automatically placed in Outbox before sending. If sending does not succeed, the e-mail is left in the Outbox with the Failed status. Tip! In Messaging you can also create presentations and send them in a multimedia message. In the multimedia message editor view, select Options > Create presentation (shown only if MMS creation mode is set to Guided or Free). See Multimedia messages, p. 62. Tip! When you send a multimedia message to an e-mail address or a device that supports the receiving of large images, use the larger image size. If you are not sure of the receiving device, or the network does not support sending large files, it is recommended that you use a smaller image size or a sound clip that is no longer than 15 seconds. To change the setting, select Options > Settings > Multimedia message > Image size in the Messaging main view.
Receive MMS and e-mail settings
You may receive the settings in a text message from your network operator or service provider. See Data and settings, p. 57. For availability of and subscription to data services, contact your network operator or service provider. Follow the instructions given by your service provider. Enter the MMS settings manually: 1 Select Tools > Settings > Connection > Access points, and define the settings for a multimedia messaging access point. See Connection settings, p. 98. 2 Select Messaging > Options > Settings > Multimedia message > Access point in use and the access point you created to be used as the preferred connection. See also Multimedia messages, p. 62. Before you can send, receive, retrieve, reply to, and forward e-mail, you must do the following: Configure an Internet access point (IAP) correctly. See Connection settings, p. 98. Define your e-mail settings correctly. See E-mail, p. 63. You need to have a separate e-mail account. Follow the instructions given by your remote mailbox and Internet service provider (ISP).
Inbox icons: unread messages in Inbox; unread text message; unread multimedia message; data received through Bluetooth connectivity. When you receive a message, and 1 new message are shown in the standby mode. Select Show to open the message. To open a message in Inbox, scroll to it, and press.
To view received multimedia presentations, select Options > Play presentation. Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringing tones), and other content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.

Multimedia messages

Important: Exercise caution when opening messages. Multimedia message objects may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC. You may receive a notification that you have received a multimedia message that is saved in the multimedia message centre. To start a packet data connection to retrieve the message to your device, select Options > Retrieve. When you open a multimedia message ( ), you may see an image and a message, and simultaneously listen to a sound through the loudspeaker ( is shown if sound is included). Click the arrow in the icon to listen to the sound.

Subscribed folders (not shown if the e-mail protocol is set to POP3)You can subscribe to other folders in the remote mailbox and retrieve content from those folders. Send copy to selfSelect Yes to save a copy of the e-mail to your remote mailbox and to the address defined in My e-mail address. Include signatureSelect Yes if you want to attach a signature to your e-mail messages. My nameEnter your own name here. Your name replaces your e-mail address in the recipients phone when the recipients phone supports this function. Automatic retrieval: Header retrievalWhen this function is on, messages are retrieved automatically. You can define when, and how often, the messages are retrieved. Activating Header retrieval may increase your call costs due to the data traffic.

Cell broadcast

Check the available topics and related topic numbers with your service provider, and select Messaging > Options > Settings > Cell broadcast to change the settings. ReceptionChoose whether you want to receive cell broadcast messages. LanguageAll allows you to receive cell broadcast messages in all supported languages. Selected allows you to choose in which languages you wish to receive cell broadcast messages. If you cannot find the desired language, select Other. Topic detectionIf you set Topic detection > On, the device automatically searches for new topic numbers, and saves the new numbers without a name to the topic list. Select Off if you do not want to save new topic numbers automatically.
Select Messaging > Options > Settings > Service message. Choose whether you want to receive service

Other settings

Select Messaging > Options > Settings > Other.
Retrieve attachments (not shown if the e-mail protocol is set to POP3)Choose whether you want to retrieve e-mail with or without attachments.
messages. If you want to set the device to automatically activate the browser and start a network connection to retrieve content when you receive a service message, select Download messages > Automatically.

Connection manager

You may have multiple data connections active at the same time when you are using your device in GSM and UMTS networks. Press , and select Connect. > Conn. mgr. to view the status of multiple data connections, view details on the amount of data sent and received, and end connections. When you open Conn. mgr., you can see the following: Open data connections: data calls ( ) and packet data connections ( ) or ( ) The status of each connection The amount of data uploaded and downloaded for each connection (shown for packet data connections only) The duration of each connection (shown for data calls only)
View data connection details
To view the details of a connection, scroll to a connection, and select Options > Details. NameThe name of the Internet access point (IAP) in use, or the modem connection name if the connection is a dial-up connection. BearerThe type of data connection: Data call, High sp. GSM, or Packet data. StatusThe current status of the connection: Connecting, Conn.(inact.), Conn.(active), On hold, Disconnctng., or Disconnected. ReceivedThe amount of data, in bytes, received to your device. SentThe amount of data, in bytes, sent from your device. DurationThe length of time that the connection has been open.
Dial-upThe dial-up number used. NameAccess point name used. Shared (not shown if the connection is not shared)The number of applications using the same connection.

Remote synchronisation

Press , and select Connect. > Sync. Sync enables you to synchronise your notes, calendar, and contacts with various calendar and address book applications on a compatible computer or on the Internet. The synchronisation application uses SyncML technology for synchronisation. For information on SyncML compatibility, contact the supplier of the calendar or address book application you want to synchronise your data with. You may receive syncronisation settings in a special text message. See Data and settings, p. 57.
Create a new synchronisation profile
1 If no profiles have been defined, your device asks if you
want to create a new profile. Select Yes.
SpeedThe current speed of both sending and receiving data in kilobytes per second.
To create a new profile in addition to existing ones, select Options > New sync profile. Choose whether you want to use the default setting values or copy the values from an existing profile to be used as the basis for the new profile. 2 Define the following: Sync profile nameWrite a descriptive name for the profile. Data bearerSelect the connection type: Web, or Bluetooth. Access point (shown only if Data bearer is set to Web)Select an access point to use for the data connection. Host addressThe IP address of the host server. Contact your service provider or system administrator for the correct values. Port (shown only if Data bearer is set to Web) Contact your service provider or system administrator for the correct values. User nameYour user ID for the synchronisation server. Contact your service provider or system administrator for your correct ID. PasswordWrite your password. Contact your service provider or system administrator for the correct value. Allow sync requestsSelect Yes if you want to allow the server to start a synchronisation.

Accept all sync reqs.Select No if you want your device to ask you before a synchronisation initialised by the server is started. Network authentic. (shown only if Data bearer is set to Web)Select Yes to enter a network user name and password. Press to view the user name and password fields. Press to select Contacts, Calendar, or Notes. Select Yes if you want to synchronise the selected database. In Remote database, enter a correct path to the remote calendar, address book, or notes database on the server. Select Synchronisation type: Normal (two-way synchronisation), To server only, or To phone only. 3 Select Back to save the settings and return to the main view.
2 You are notified when the synchronisation is complete.
After synchronisation is complete, select Options > View log to open a log file showing the synchronisation status (Complete or Incomplete) and how many calendar or contact entries, or notes have been added, updated, deleted, or discarded (not synchronised) in your device or on the server.

Device manager

Press , and select Connect. > Dev. mgr. You may receive server profiles and different configuration settings from your network operator, service provider, or company information management department. These configuration settings may include access point settings for data connections and other settings used by different applications in your device. To connect to a server and receive configuration settings for your device, scroll to a profile, and select Options > Start configuration. To allow or deny receiving of configuration settings from service providers, select Options > Enable config. or Disable config.

Synchronise data

In the Sync main view, you can see the different synchronisation profiles and the kind of data to be synchronised. 1 Select a synchronisation profile and Options > Synchronise. The status of the synchronisation is shown at the bottom of the screen. To cancel synchronisation before it finishes, select Cancel.
Contact your service provider for the correct settings. Server nameEnter a name for the configuration server. Server IDEnter the unique ID to identify the configuration server. Server passwordEnter a password to identify your device to the server. Access pointSelect an access point to be used when connecting to the server. Host addressEnter the URL address of the server. PortEnter the port number of the server. User name and PasswordEnter your user name and password. Allow configurationTo receive configuration settings from the server, select Yes. Auto-accept all reqs.If you want your device to ask for confirmation before accepting a configuration from the server, select No.

Press , and select Office > Notes to write notes. You can send notes to other compatible devices and save plain text files (.txt format) that you receive to Notes.
Set base currency and exchange rates

Recorder

Press , and select Office > Recorder to record telephone conversations and voice memos. If you are recording a telephone conversation, both parties hear a tone every 5 seconds during recording.
Media key (Nokia N70 (original edition))
This section describes the media key in your Nokia N70 (original edition) device. Press to open the shortcut assigned to the multimedia key. Press again to return to the previous view. To assign a new shortcut, press , and select Tools > Media key > Options > Change. Select an application from the list, and select OK. The shortcut is available whenever you press.
Tip! To leave Music open and music playing in the background, press to return to the standby mode. To open Radio, press and hold. To listen to Radio and configure the settings, see Radio, p. 67. To close Radio, select Exit.
To change settings, press , and select Tools > Settings. Scroll to a setting group, and press to open it. Scroll to a setting you want to change, and press.
Music access key (Nokia N70 Music Edition)
This section describes the music access key in your Nokia N70 Music Edition device. With the music access key, you have quick access to Music and Radio. To open Music, press. To create playlists and play music, see Music player, p. 78.

Phone settings

General
Phone languageChanging the language of the display texts in your device also affects the format used for date and time and the separators used, for example, in calculations. Automatic selects the language according to the information on your SIM card. After you change the display text language, the device restarts.
Changing the settings for Phone language or Writing language affects every application in your device, and the change remains effective until you change these settings again. Writing languageChanging the language affects the characters and special characters available when writing text and the predictive text dictionary used. DictionaryYou can set the predictive text input On or Off for all editors in the device. The predictive text dictionary is not available for all languages. Welcome note or logoThe welcome note or logo is displayed briefly each time you switch on the device. Select Default to use the default image, Text to write a welcome note (up to 50 letters), or Image to select a photo or picture from Gallery. Orig. phone settingsYou can reset some of the settings to their original values. To do this, you need the lock code. See Phone and SIM, p. 101. After resetting, the device may take a longer time to power on. Documents and files are unaffected.

If you forget any of these codes, contact your service provider. Personal identification number (PIN) codeThis code protects your SIM card against unauthorized use. The PIN code (4 to 8 digits) is usually supplied with the SIM card. After three consecutive incorrect PIN code entries, the PIN code is blocked, and you need to unblock it before you can use the SIM card again. See the information about the PUK code in this section. UPIN codeThis code may be supplied with the USIM card. The USIM card is an enhanced version of the SIM card and is supported by UMTS mobile phones. The UPIN code protects the USIM card against unauthorized use. PIN2 codeThis code (4 to 8 digits) is supplied with some SIM cards, and is required to access some functions in your device. Lock code (also known as security code)This code (5 digits) can be used to lock the device to avoid unauthorized use. The factory setting for the lock code is 12345. To avoid unauthorized use of your device, change the lock code. Keep the new code secret and in a safe place separate from your device. Personal unblocking key (PUK) code and PUK2 codeThese codes (8 digits) are required to change a blocked PIN code or PIN2 code, respectively. If the codes are not supplied
Lock if SIM changedYou can set the device to ask for the lock code when an unknown SIM card is inserted into your device. The device maintains a list of SIM cards that are recognised as the owners cards. Closed user groupYou can specify a group of people to whom you can call and who can call you (network service). When calls are limited to closed user groups, calls may be possible to the official emergency number programmed into your device. Confirm SIM servicesYou can set the device to display confirmation messages when you are using a SIM card service (network service).
If you forget any of these codes, contact your service provider.
Glossary of PIN and lock codes
with the SIM card, contact the operator whose SIM card is in your device. UPUK codeThis code (8 digits) is required to change a blocked UPIN code. If the code is not supplied with the USIM card, contact the operator whose USIM card is in your device.

3 Scratch the side of the label to
its enhancements. It may also invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the device. To find out more about original Nokia batteries, visit www.nokia.com/battery.
Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below 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, remove the battery, and allow the device to dry completely before replacing it. 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 other than as instructed in this guide. 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. Use a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean any lenses (such as camera, proximity sensor, and light sensor lenses). Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage the device and may violate regulations governing radio devices. Use chargers indoors. Always create a backup of data you want to keep (such as contacts and calendar notes) before sending your device to a service facility. To reset the device from time to time for optimum performance, power off the device, and remove the battery. Make back-up copies of all important data. All of the above suggestions apply equally to your device, battery, charger, or any enhancement. If any device is not working properly, take it to the nearest authorized service facility for service.

Care and maintenance

Additional safety information
Your device and its enhancements may contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small children.

Medical devices

Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including wireless 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 device 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.

Emergency calls

Important: Wireless phones, including this device, operate using radio signals, wireless networks, landline networks, and user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. You should never rely solely on any wireless device for essential communications like medical emergencies.
Hearing aids Some digital wireless devices may interfere with some hearing aids. If interference occurs, consult your service provider.
of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network, and may be illegal.
To make an emergency call:
1 If the device is not on, switch it on. Check for adequate
signal strength. Some networks may require that a valid SIM card is properly inserted in the device. 2 Press the end key as many times as needed to clear the display and ready the device for calls. 3 Enter the official emergency number for your present location. Emergency numbers vary by location. 4 Press the call key. If certain features are in use, you may first need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this guide or your service provider for more information. When making an emergency call, give all the necessary information as accurately as possible. Your wireless device may be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident. Do not end the call until given permission to do so.
The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 watts/ kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 10 grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with the device transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating device can be below the maximum value because the device is designed to use only the power required to reach the network. That amount changes depending on a number of factors such as how close you are to a network base station. The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the device at the ear is 0.95 W/kg. Use of device accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR values. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting and testing requirements and the network band. Additional SAR information may be provided under product information at www.nokia.com.
Certification information (SAR)
THIS MOBILE DEVICE MEETS GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.

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Network services

To use the phone you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the features in this device depend on features in the wireless network to function. These network services may not be available on all networks or you may have to make specific arrangements with your service provider before you can utilize network services. Your service provider may need to give you additional instructions for their use and explain what charges will apply. Some networks may have limitations that affect how you can use network services. For instance, some networks may not support all language-dependent characters and services. Your service provider may have requested that certain features be disabled or not activated in your device. If so, they will not appear on your device menu. Your device may also have been specially configured. This configuration may include changes in menu names, menu order, and icons. Contact your service provider for more information. This device supports WAP 2.0 protocols (HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP protocols. Some features of this device, such as MMS, browsing, e-mail and content downloading using the browser or over MMS, require network support for these technologies.

About your device

The wireless device described in this guide is approved for use on the EGSM 900/1800/1900 and UMTS 2100 networks. Contact your service provider for more information about networks. When using the features in this device, obey all laws, and respect privacy and legitimate rights of others. When taking and using images or video clips, obey all laws, and respect local customs as well as privacy and legitimate rights of others. Warning: To use any features in this device, other than the alarm clock, the device must be switched on. Do not switch the device on when wireless device use may cause interference or danger.
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For availability and information on using SIM card services, contact your SIM card vendor. This may be the service provider, network operator, or other vendor.
Enhancements, batteries, and chargers
Always switch the device off, and disconnect the charger before removing the battery. Check the model number of any charger before use with this device. This device is intended for use when supplied with power from a DC-4, AC-3, and AC-4 charger, and from an AC-1, ACP-8, ACP-9, ACP-12, LCH-8, LCH-9, or LCH-12 charger when used with the CA-44 charger adapter delivered with your device. The battery intended for use with this device is BL-5C. Warning: Use only batteries, chargers, and enhancements approved by Nokia for use with this particular model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty and may be dangerous. For availability of approved enhancements, please check with your dealer. When you disconnect the power cord of any enhancement, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.

To change the clock shown in the standby mode, press , and select Clock > Options > Settings > Clock type > Analogue or Digital. To change the clock alarm tone, press , and select Clock > Options > Settings > Clock Alarm tone and a tone. To change the calendar alarm tone, press , and select Calendar > Options > Settings > Calendar alarm tone and a tone. To change the welcome note to a text or an image, press , and select Tools > Settings > Phone > General > Welcome note or logo. To assign an individual ringing tone to a contact, press , and select Contacts. See Add ringing tones for contacts, p. 32. To assign a speed dial to a contact, press a number key in the standby mode ( is reserved for the voice mailbox), and press. Select Yes, then select a contact. To rearrange the main menu, in the main menu, select Options > Move, Move to folder, or New folder. You can move less used applications into folders, and place applications that you use more often into the main menu.

Personalise your device

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Profilesset tones

To set and customise the ringing tones, message alert tones, and other tones for different events, environments, or caller groups, press , and select Tools > Profiles. If the currently selected profile is other than General, the profile name is shown at the top of the display in the standby mode. To change the profile, press in the standby mode. Scroll to the profile you want to activate, and select OK. To modify a profile, press , and select Tools > Profiles. Scroll to the profile, and select Options > Personalise. Scroll to the setting you want to change, and press to open the choices. Tones stored on the memory card are indicated with. You can scroll through the tone list and listen to each one before you make your selection. Press any key to stop the sound. Tip! In the list of tones, Tone downloads opens a list of bookmarks. You can select a bookmark and start connection to a Web page to download tones. To create a new profile, select Options > Create new.
connecting to the wireless network. When you activate the Offline profile, the connection to the wireless network is turned off, as indicated by in the signal strength indicator area. All wireless phone signals to and from the device are prevented. If you try to send messages, they are placed in the outbox to be sent later. Warning: In the offline profile you cannot make or receive any calls, except make calls to certain emergency numbers, or use other features that require network coverage. To make calls, you must first activate the phone function by changing profiles. If the device has been locked, enter the lock code. Warning: Your device must be switched on to use Offline profile. Do not switch the device on when wireless device use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. To leave the Offline profile, press , and select another profile. The device re-enables wireless transmissions (providing there is sufficient signal strength). If a Bluetooth connection is activated before entering the Offline profile, it will be deactivated. A Bluetooth connection is automatically reactivated after leaving the Offline profile. See Bluetooth connection settings, p. 83.

Take pictures in a sequence
To set the camera to take pictures in a sequence with a single press of the key or the camera shutter key, select Options > Sequence mode. If you press and hold the key or the camera shutter key, image capture continues until you release the key. You can capture up to 100 images, depending on the available memory. You can also use the sequence mode with the Self-timer. See You in the pictureself-timer, p. 35. If the self-timer is activated, a maximum of six pictures can be captured.
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You in the pictureself-timer
Use the self-timer to delay the taking of a picture so that you can include yourself in the picture. To set the self-timer delay, select Options > Self-timer > 10 seconds, 20 seconds, or 30 seconds. To activate the self-timer, select Activate. The self-timer indicator ( ) blinks and the device beeps when the timer is running. The camera takes the picture after the selected delay has elapsed. You can also use the Self-timer in the sequence mode. See Take pictures in a sequence, p. 34.
Adjust still image camera settings
There are two kinds of settings for the still image camera: Image setup settings and main settings. To adjust Image setup settings, see Adjust color and lighting, p. 36. The setup settings return to the default settings after you close the camera, but the main settings remain the same until you change them again. To change the main settings, select Options > Settings and from the following: Image qualityHigh - Print, Med. - E-mail, or Low Multimedia. The better the image quality, the more memory the image consumes. The quality of a zoomed picture is lower than that of a non-zoomed picture. If you want to print the image, select High - Print (resolution 1600x1200). If you want to send it through e-mail, select Med. - E-mail (resolution 1280x960). To send the image through MMS, select Low - Multimedia (resolution 640x480). Glossary: Resolution is a measure of sharpness and clarity of an image. Resolution refers to the number of pixels in an image. The more pixels, the more detailed the picture is, and the more memory it consumes.

The flash

Keep a safe distance when using the flash. Do not use the flash on people or animals at close range. Do not cover the flash while taking a picture. The back camera has an LED flash for low light conditions. The following flash modes are available: Automatic ( ), On ( ), and Off ( ). Select Options > Image setup > Flash > On to use the flash. If the flash is set to Off or Automatic during bright conditions, the flash still emits a low light when an image is captured. This allows the subject of the picture to see

The device memory ( ) and memory card ( ) indicators (1) show where the video is saved. The current video length indicator (2) shows elapsed time and time remaining. The mode indicator (3) shows the active mode. See Shooting modes, p. 36. The microphone indicator (4) shows that the microphone is muted. The video quality indicator (5) shows the selected video quality. After a video clip is recorded: To immediately play the video clip you just recorded, select Options > Play. If you do not want to keep the video, press. To return to the viewfinder to record a new video, press. To send the video Via multimedia, Via e-mail, or Via Bluetooth, press. For more information, see Messaging, p. 49 and Bluetooth connectivity, p. 82. This option is not available during an active call.
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Video settings

There are two kinds of settings for the video recorder: Video setup settings and main settings. To adjust Video setup settings, see Adjust color and lighting, p. 36. The setup settings return to the default settings after you close the camera, but the main settings remain the same until you change them again. To change the main settings, select Options > Settings and from the following: Audio recordingSelect On if you want to record both image and sound. Video qualitySet the quality of the video clip to High, Normal, or Sharing. If you select High or Normal, the length of the video recording is restricted by the available space on your memory card, and up to 1 hour per clip. If you want to view the video on a TV or PC, select High video quality, which has CIF resolution (352x288) and file format.mp4. You cannot send video clips saved in the.mp4 format in a multimedia message. If you want to view the clip in mobile phones, select Normal, which has QCIF resolution (176x144) and.3gpp file format. To send the video clip through MMS, or send it through video sharing, select
The Normal video clip is limited to 300 KB (approximately 20 seconds in duration) so that it can be conveniently sent as a multimedia message to a compatible device. Some networks, however, may only support sending of multimedia messages with a maximum size of 100 kB. Contact your service provider or network operator for more information. Add to albumSelect whether you want to save the recorded video clip to a certain album in Gallery. Select Yes to open a list of available albums. Show captured videoSelect whether you want the recorded video clip to play automatically after the recording stops. Default video nameDefine a name or select the date. Memory in useDefine the default memory store: device memory or memory card.

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Default access pointScroll to the access point you want to use to connect to the Internet, and press. Online timeSet the time for RealPlayer to disconnect from the network when you pause a media clip playing through a network link, select User defined, and press. Enter the time, and select OK. Lowest UDP portEnter the lowest port number of the servers port range. The minimum value is 6970. Highest UDP portEnter the highest port number of the servers port range. The maximum value is 32000. Select Options > Advanced settings to edit the bandwidth values for different networks.
Open Movie director, and press or to move between the and views. You can also return to the main view from the view by selecting Done. The view contains a list of video clips that you can Play, Send, Rename, and Delete.

Create a quick muvee

1 In the Movie director main view, select Instant

muvee.

2 Select a style for the muvee from the style list. The
created muvee is saved in the Movie director muvee list. The muvee is played automatically after saving. Tip! To download new styles to your device, select Download style (network service) from the Movie director main view.

Movie director

To create muvees, press , and select Imaging > Movie director. Muvees are short, edited video clips that can contain video, images, music, and text. Quick muvee is created automatically by Movie director after you select the style for the muvee. Movie director uses the default music and text associated with the chosen style. Every style has its own font style, color, music, and pace. In a Custom muvee you can select your own video and music

Create a custom muvee

1 In the Movie Director main view, select Custom
2 Select the clips you want to include in your muvee in
Video, Image, Style, or Music. After you select video clips and images, to define the order in which the files are played in the muvee, select Options > Advance. To select the file you want to

Network settings:

clips, images and style, and add an opening and closing message. You can send muvees with MMS.
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move, press the scroll key. Then scroll to the file below which you want to place the marked file, and press the scroll key. To cut the video clips, select Options> Select contents. See Select content, p. 48. In Message you can add an opening and closing text to a muvee. 3 Select Create muvee and from the following: Suitable for MMSto optimize the length of the muvee for MMS sending. Auto-selectto include all the selected pictures and video clips in the muvee. Music Lengthto set the muvee duration to be the same as the chosen music clip. Defineto define the length of the muvee. 4 Select Options > Save. To preview the custom muvee before saving it, in the Preview muvee view, select Options > Play. To create a new custom muvee by using the same style settings, select Options > Recreate muvee.

Receive MMS and e-mail settings
You may receive the settings in a text message from your network operator or service provider. See Data and settings, p. 55. For availability of and subscription to data services, contact your network operator or service provider. Follow the instructions given by your service provider. Enter the MMS settings manually: 1 Select Tools > Settings > Connection > Access points, and define the settings for a multimedia messaging access point. See Connection settings, p. 95. 2 Select Messaging > Options > Settings > Multimedia message > Access point in use and the access point you created to be used as the preferred connection. See also Multimedia messages, p. 60. Before you can send, receive, retrieve, reply to, and forward e-mail, you must do the following: Configure an Internet access point (IAP) correctly. See Connection settings, p. 95. Define your e-mail settings correctly. See E-mail, p. 61. You need to have a separate e-mail account. Follow the instructions given by your remote mailbox and Internet service provider (ISP).
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Inbox icons: unread messages in Inbox; unread text message; unread multimedia message; data received through a Bluetooth connection. When you receive a message, and 1 new message are shown in the standby mode. Select Show to open the message. To open a message in Inbox, scroll to it, and press.
To view received multimedia presentations, select Options > Play presentation. Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringing tones), and other content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.

Multimedia messages

Important: Exercise caution when opening messages. Multimedia message objects may contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC. You may receive a notification that you have received a multimedia message that is saved in the multimedia message centre. To start a packet data connection to retrieve the message to your device, select Options > Retrieve. When you open a multimedia message ( ), you may see an image and a message, and simultaneously listen to a sound through the loudspeaker ( is shown if sound is included). Click the arrow in the icon to listen to the sound.

Data and settings

Your device can receive many kinds of text messages that contain data ( ), also called over-the-air (OTA) messages: Configuration messageYou may receive a text message service number, voice mailbox number, Internet access point settings, access point login script settings, or e-mail settings from your network operator, service provider, or company information management department in a configuration message. To save the settings, select Options > Save all. Business cardTo save the information to Contacts, select Options > Save business card. Certificates or sound files attached to the business card are not saved.

Disconnect from the mailbox
When you are online, select Options > Disconnect to end the packet data connection to the remote mailbox. Tip! If you leave your mailbox connection open, the new e-mail (Headers only as default) is retrieved from the remote mailbox to your device automatically (only if the IMAP IDLE function is supported by your server). To leave the messaging application open in the background, press twice. Leaving the connection open may increase your call costs due to the data traffic.
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When you open Mailbox the next time and you want to view and read the e-mail messages offline, answer No to the Connect to mailbox? query. You can read the previously retrieved e-mail headings, the retrieved e-mail messages, or both. You can also write new, reply to, or forward e-mail to be sent the next time you connect to the mailbox.
Example: Messages are placed in the outbox, for example, when your device is outside network coverage. You can also schedule e-mail messages to be sent the next time you connect to your remote mailbox.
Outboxmessages waiting View messages on a SIM card to be sent Before you can view SIM messages, you need to copy them
Outbox is a temporary storage place for messages waiting to be sent. Status of the messages in Outbox: SendingA connection is being made and the message is being sent. Waiting/QueuedThe message will be sent when previous messages of a similar type have been sent. Resend at %U (time)The device will try to send the message again after a time-out period. Select Options > Send to restart the sending immediately. DeferredYou can set documents to be on hold while they are in Outbox. Scroll to a message that is being sent, and select Options > Defer sending. to a folder in your device. 1 In the Messaging main view, select Options > SIM messages. 2 Select Options > Mark/Unmark > Mark or Mark all to mark messages. 3 Select Options > Copy. A list of folders opens. 4 Select a folder and OK to start copying. Open the folder to view the messages.

Messaging settings

Text messages
Select Messaging > Options > Settings > Text message.
View e-mail messages when offline
FailedThe maximum number of sending attempts has been reached. Sending has failed. If you were trying to send a text message, open the message, and check that the sending options are correct.
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Message centresLists all the text message centres that have been defined. Msg. centre in useSelect which message centre is used for delivering text messages. Receive reportTo request the network to send delivery reports on your messages (network service). When set to No, only the Sent status is shown in the log. See Log, p. 28. Message validityIf the recipient of a message cannot be reached within the validity period, the message is removed from the text message centre. The network must support this feature. Maximum time is the maximum amount of time allowed by the network. Message sent asChange this option only if you are sure that your message centre is able to convert text messages into these other formats. Contact your network operator. Preferred connectionYou can send text messages through the normal GSM network or through packet data, if supported by the network. See Connection settings, p. 95. Reply via same ctr.Select Yes, if you want the reply message to be sent using the same text message centre number (network service).

Create calendar entries

1 Press
, and select Calendar > Options > New entry and from the following: MeetingTo remind you of an appointment that has a specific date and time. MemoTo write a general entry for a day. AnniversaryTo remind you of birthdays or
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Tip! You can move calendar and to-do data from many different Nokia phones to your device or synchronise your calendar and to-do notes to a compatible PC using Nokia PC Suite. See the CD-ROM supplied with your device.
Icons in the day and week views: Memo and Anniversary. There is no icon for Meeting. Press to jump to today. To go to a certain date, select Options > Go to date, write the date, and select OK.

Set a calendar alarm

You can set an alarm to remind you of meetings and anniversaries. 1 Open an entry in which you want to set an alarm, and select Alarm > On. 2 Set the Alarm time and Alarm date. 3 Scroll down to Repeat, and press to select how often you want the alarm to be repeated. 4 Select Done. To delete a calendar alarm, open the entry in which you want to delete an alarm, and select Alarm > Off.

Delete calendar entries

Deleting past entries in Calendar saves space in your device memory. To remove more than one event at a time, go to the month view, and select Options > Delete entry and one of the following: Before dateDeletes all calendar entries that take place before a certain date you define. All entriesDeletes all calendar entries.

Calendar views

Tip! Select Options > Settings to change the starting day of the week or the view that is shown when you open the calendar.

Calendar settings

To modify the Calendar alarm tone, Default view, Week starts on, and Week view title, select Options > Settings.
Tip! To send a calendar note to a compatible phone, select Options > Send > Via text message, Via multimedia, or Via Bluetooth.
In the month view, dates that have calendar entries are marked with a small triangle in the right bottom corner. In the week view, memos and anniversaries are placed before 8 oclock. Press to switch between the month view, the week view, and the day view.
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Various service providers maintain pages specifically designed for mobile devices. To access these pages, press , and select Web. These pages use the wireless markup language (WML), extensible hypertext markup language (XHTML), or hypertext markup language (HTML). Check the availability of services, pricing, and tariffs with your network operator or service provider. Service providers will also give you instructions on how to use their services. Shortcut: To start a connection, press and hold in the standby mode.

Receive browser settings

Tip! Settings may be available on the Web site of a network operator or service provider. You may receive Web service settings in a special text message from the network operator or service provider that offers the Web page. See Data and settings, p. 55. For more information, contact your network operator or service provider.
Enter the settings manually
Follow the instructions given to you by your service provider. 1 Press , select Tools > Settings > Connection > Access points, and define the settings for an access point. See Connection settings, p. 95. 2 Select Web > Options > Bookmark manager > Add bookmark. Write a name for the bookmark and the address of the page defined for the current access point. 3 To set the created access point as the default access point in Web, select Web > Options > Settings > Access point.

Access the Web

Save the settings that are needed to access the Web page that you want to use. See Receive browser settings, p. 70 or Enter the settings manually, p. 70. Make a connection to the Web. See Make a connection, p. 71. Start browsing the pages. See Browse, p. 72. End the connection to the Web. See End a connection, p. 74.
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Glossary: A bookmark consists of an Internet address (mandatory), bookmark title, access point, and if the Web page requires, a user name and password. Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not affiliated with Nokia. Nokia does not warrant or endorse these sites. If you choose to access them, you should take the same precautions, for security or content, as you would with any Internet site. Icons in the bookmark view: The starting page defined for the default access point. If you use another default access point for browsing, the starting page is changed accordingly. The automatic bookmarks folder contains bookmarks ( ) that are collected automatically when you browse pages. The bookmarks in this folder are automatically organised according to domain. Any bookmark showing the title or Internet address of the bookmark. (If available) Folder that contains bookmarks for downloading content.
1 In the bookmarks view, select Options > Bookmark
manager > Add bookmark.
2 Start to fill in the fields. Only the URL address must be
defined. The default access point is assigned to the bookmark if no other one is selected. Press to enter special characters such as /,., :, and @. Press to clear characters. 3 Select Options > Save to save the bookmark.

Send bookmarks

Scroll to a bookmark, and select Options > Send > Via text message. Press to send. It is possible to send more than one bookmark at the same time.

Make a connection

After you store all the required connection settings, you can access the pages. 1 Select a bookmark or enter the address in the field ( ). When you enter the address, matching bookmarks are shown above the field. Press to select a matching bookmark. 2 Press to start to download the page.

Bookmarks view

Add bookmarks manually
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Connection security

If the security indicator is displayed during a connection, the data transmission between the device and the Internet gateway or server is encrypted. The security icon does not indicate that the data transmission between the gateway and the content server (or place where the requested resource is stored) is secure. The service provider secures the data transmission between the gateway and the content server. Select Options > Details > Security to view details about the connection, encryptions status, and information about server and user authentication. Security features may be required for some services, such as banking services. For such connections you need security certificates. For more information, contact your service provider. See also Certificate management, p. 99.
To open a link, to check boxes, and make selections, press. Shortcut: Use to jump to the end of a page and to the beginning of a page. To go to the previous page while browsing, select Back. If Back is not available, select Options > Navigation options > History to view a chronological list of the pages you have visited during a browsing session. The history list is cleared each time a session is closed. To retrieve the latest content from the server, select Options > Navigation options > Reload. To save a bookmark, select Options > Save as bookmark. Tip! To access the bookmarks view while browsing, press and hold. To return to the browser view, select Options > Back to page. To save a page while browsing, select Options > Advanced options > Save page. You can save pages to the device memory or memory card (if inserted), and browse them when offline. To access the pages later, press in the bookmarks view to open the Saved pages view. To enter a new URL address, select Options > Navigation options > Go to web address. You can download files that cannot be shown on the browser page, such as ringing tones, images, operator logos, themes, and video clips. Downloaded items are

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Image in video callYou can deny video sending when you receive a video call. Select a still image to be displayed instead of video. Automatic redialSelect On, and your device makes a maximum of ten attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt. To stop automatic redialing, press. Summary after callActivate this setting if you want the device to briefly display the approximate duration of the last call. Speed diallingSelect On, and the numbers assigned to the speed dialing keys ( ) can be dialed by pressing and holding the key. See also Speed dial a phone number, p. 22. Anykey answerSelect On, and you can answer an incoming call by briefly pressing any keypad key, except , , , and. Line in useThis setting (network service) is shown only if the SIM card supports two subscriber numbers, that is, two phone lines. Select which phone line you want to use for making calls and sending text messages. Calls on both lines can be answered irrespective of the selected line. If you select Line 2 and have not subscribed to this network service, you will not be able to make calls. When line 2 is selected, is shown in the standby mode.
Line changeTo prevent line selection (network service), select Disable if supported by your SIM card. To change this setting, you need the PIN2 code.

Connection settings

Data connections and access points
Your device supports packet data connections ( ), such as GPRS in the GSM network. Glossary: General packet radio service (GPRS) uses packet data technology where information is sent in short packets of data over the mobile network. To establish a data connection, an access point is required. You can define different kinds of access points, such as: MMS access point to send and receive multimedia messages Access point for the Web application to view WML or XHTML pages Internet access point (IAP) to send and receive e-mail Check the type of access point you need with your service provider for the service you want to access. For availability

Nokia battery authentication guidelines
Always use original Nokia batteries for your safety. To check that you are getting an original Nokia battery, purchase it from an authorized Nokia dealer, look for the Nokia Original

Battery information

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Enhancements logo on the packaging, and inspect the hologram label using the following steps: Successful completion of the four steps is not a total assurance of the authenticity of the battery. If you have any reason to believe that your battery is not an authentic original Nokia battery, you should refrain from using it, and take it to the nearest authorized Nokia service point or dealer for assistance. Your authorized Nokia service point or dealer will inspect the battery for authenticity. If authenticity cannot be verified, return the battery to the place of purchase. Authenticate hologram 1 When looking at the hologram on the label, you should see the Nokia connecting hands symbol from one angle and the Nokia Original Enhancements logo when looking from another angle.
3 Scratch the side of the label to
reveal a 20-digit code, for example, 12345678919876543210. Turn the battery so that the numbers are facing upwards. The 20-digit code reads starting from the number at the top row followed by the bottom row.
4 Confirm that the 20-digit code is
valid by following the instructions at www.nokia.com/batterycheck. To create a text message enter the 20-digit code, for example, 12345678919876543210, and send to +200276. National and international operator charges will apply. You should receive a message indicating whether the code can be authenticated. What if your battery is not authentic? If you cannot confirm that your Nokia battery with the hologram on the label is an authentic Nokia battery, please do not use the battery. Take it to the nearest authorized Nokia service point or dealer for assistance. The use of a battery that is not approved by the manufacturer may be dangerous and may result in poor performance and damage your device and
2 When you angle the hologram
left, right, down, and up, you should see 1, 2, 3, and 4 dots on each side respectively.

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To find out more about original Nokia batteries, visit www.nokia.com/battery.
its enhancements. It may also invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the device.
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Care and maintenance

Your device is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The suggestions below 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, remove the battery, and allow the device to dry completely before replacing it. 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 other than as instructed in this guide. 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. Use a soft, clean, dry cloth to clean any lenses, such as camera, proximity sensor, and light sensor lenses. Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage the device and may violate regulations governing radio devices. Use chargers indoors. Always create a backup of data you want to keep, such as contacts and calendar notes, before sending your device to a service facility. All of the above suggestions apply equally to your device, battery, charger, or any enhancement. If any device is not working properly, take it to the nearest authorized service facility for service.

 

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