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Power key See p. 6. Retractable antenna (pull here to extend) See p. 15.
Earpiece See p. 16.
Current function of Navi key Screen Navi key See p. 6.
Scroll keys See p. 7.
Clear key See p. 7.
Voice mail key See p. 26. Number keys See p. 11.
Special characters key See p. 11. Emergency 9 key See p. 28.
Case key See p. 11.
Indicators and icons
Active call - A call is in progress. Alarm - The alarm clock is set. Keyguard - Keyguard is on. Your phone will not accept any key presses. To turn it off, press. Unlock, then Letter mode (lower case) - Characters entered will be lower case letters. To switch to upper case letter mode, press. To switch to number mode, press and hold. Letter mode (upper case) - Characters entered will be upper case letters. To switch to lower case letter mode, press. Number mode - Characters entered will be numbers. (When entering letters, switch to number mode by pressing and holding.) Roaming - Your phone is roaming outside its home system. Silent tones - Tones are set to Silent. (Tones are turned off.) Special characters - Highlight a special character, then press Insert. (While entering letters, to switch to this mode, press.) Text entry (traditional) - The phone is ready for you to enter text. Text entry (predictive, lower case) - The phone is ready for you to enter lower case letters in the predictive text input mode. Text entry (predictive, sentence case) - The phone is ready for you to enter letters in the predictive text input mode. The first letter of the first word in each sentence will be upper case. Text message - You have one or more new text messages. Voice message - You have one or more new voice messages. To call your voicemail box, press and hold.
1. For your safety 1 FCC/Industry Canada Notice. 2 Using this Guide. 2 Battery installation and charging Attaching the battery. Battery charging. Removing the battery. Important battery information. 5
About the phone, keys and menu 6 Power key. 6 Nokia Navi key. 6 Start screen. 6 Scroll keys. 7 Clear key. 7 Lights. 7 External antenna jack. 7 Menu. 8 Entering letters and numbers.11 Special characters in names. 12 Special characters in phone numbers. 12 Keyguard (locking the keypad). 13 Basic functions Turning the phone on. Turning the phone off. About the antenna. Checking signal strength. Making a call. Volume adjustment (earpiece). Muting the microphone. Ending a call. Last number redial.
Saving a name and number. Finding a name and number. Answering a call. Silencing an incoming call. 5. Phone book Saving names and numbers. Saving email addresses. Finding names and numbers. Editing names and numbers. Erasing names and numbers. Finding your own number. Scrolling view. Checking available memory. Settings Automatic redial. Clock. Language. Lights. Tones. Quick alert settings. Voice mailbox number. Welcome note.
Emergency calls 27 Emergency key 9. 28 Advanced functions Network feature setting. Adding feature activation codes to the menu. Adding feature cancellation codes to the menu. In-call menu. Making/receiving multiple calls.
Many menu items have brief help text. To view the help text, scroll to the menu item and wait for approximately 10 seconds for the text to appear. Press More or to see the next page of text, to see the previous page, or to return to the menu.
When you select a menu item, numbers appear on the screen above the scroll bar. If you become familiar with these numbers, you can use them as shortcuts for accessing different menu items. For example, to access the Phone settings menu, you can simply press Menu 4 2. The phone displays the first item in that menu, Touch tones. Note: (1) Menu items in your phone vary depending on the network and accessories used. (2) This is not a complete list; see entries about individual features for more information. 1 Phone book 11 Search 12 Add new 13 Edit 14 E-mail 15 Options
151 Scrolling view 152 Memory status
3 Call log 31 Missed calls 32 Received calls 33 Dialed calls 34 Clear call lists
All Missed Received Dialed Last call All calls Life timer Clear timers
16 1-touch dialing 17 Erase
171 One by one 172 Erase all
35 Call timers
18 Own number 2 Messages 21 Text messages
215 Write newO Inbox OutboxO Saved Erase
22 Voice messages
221 Listen to voice messages 222 Voice mailbox number
23 Welcome note
4 Settings 41 Call settings
424 Emergency key 9 Automatic redial Calling card Automatic answerA Anykey answer Touch tones Restore factory settings Language LightsA
7 Clock 71 Alarm clock 72 Clock settings
721 Display/Hide clock 722 Time settings 723 Time format
42 Phone settings
8 Tones 81 Ringing options
815 Ring Ascending Ring once Beep once Silent
43 Security settings
431 Restrict calls 432 Access codes
82 Ringing tone 83 Ringing volume
Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 No tone Standard Special Beep once Long & loud Off Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
44 Network services
447 Voice privacyO Call forwardingM Call waitingM Send caller IDM Network feature setting NAM selection NAM updateO
84 Message alert tone
(Depends on service provider; any of the following items may appear.)
<carriers name> Automatic Automatic A Automatic B Home only Analog 6 Games 61 Memory 62 Snake 63 Logic
85 Keypad tones
86 Warning and game tones
861 On 862 Off
Depends on accessory; see entry for this feature Must be added to the menu manually; see Network feature setting on page 29 Depends on network or operator
Entering letters and numbers
The cursor is a blinking vertical line that appears on the screen when you are entering text or numbers. Characters you enter appear to the right of the cursor. Press to delete the character to the left of the cursor. Use and to move the cursor to the right or left.
When your phone is ready for you to enter text, such as a name or message, it switches to ABC mode. The icon shows that it is in ABC mode. When is displayed, you can enter these characters by pressing the indicated key repeatedly: Key 5 Characters.,?!-1 ABC2 DEF3 GHI4 JKL5 Key Characters PQRS7 TUV8 WXYZ9 space, 0 See Special characters in names on page 12. Changes letter case, switches between letters and numbers
Note: After you enter a character, press down on the scroll key to move the cursor over quickly.
Changing letter case Press the key (the Case key, shown on the phone diagram on this guides inside front cover) to switch between upperand lower-case letters. The icon switches to to indicate that you are using lower case. Entering numbers To enter numbers while in ABC mode, you can: press and hold the corresponding key until the number appears, or switch between ABC mode and number mode by pressing and holding.
Special characters in names
In ABC mode you can press (the Special characters key, shown on the phone diagram on this guides inside front cover) to view the special characters below. You can use these characters when saving names in your phone book. Simply press or to highlight the one you want, then press Use.,?@!:;-+#*()_&$%/ >= Tip: To choose a character that appears near the end of the list, immediately press to go to the end of the list.
Special characters in phone numbers
You can use special characters to dial or save phone numbers of automated services such as bank account information. When entering numbers, press repeatedly until you see the character you want. Character * Use This character is used to request services from the network. Contact your service provider for details. This character is not currently used. 12
Use This character creates a pause. Digits to the right of the p are sent as touch tones after a 2.5-second pause. Use this character to save phone numbers of automated services that require you to enter a password or other information after the call is answered. For example, if your voice mail number at work is 555-1212 and you need to enter your extension (1234) and then a password (5678) in order to listen to your messages, you could save this phone number as 5551212p1234p5678.
This character creates a wait. It works similarly to the pause character except that digits to the right of the w are not sent until you press Send.
Quick alert settings
You can quickly adjust your phones sound settings when you go into a meeting, go outdoors, etc. To choose a quick alert setting, briefly press , scroll to the setting you want, then press OK. Note: You can only access your phones quick alert settings from the start screen. Tip: Instead of using the scroll keys, you can press repeatedly to scroll through this menu. After you reach the setting you want, press and hold. Note: If you choose Silent or Quiet, the alarm clock only sounds a quiet beep. Normal Your phone uses the settings you made in Menu 8, Tones. Silent All sound is turned off in your phone. The appears on the start screen. icon
Quiet Your phone beeps once when you receive a call or mobile message. Other tones are turned off. Loud Your phone rings loudly. Keypad tones, message alert tone, and warning tones are also loud. 25
Headset Your phone automatically selects this when it is connected to a headset. Your phone remembers any changes you make to settings in Menu 8, Tones, and uses them the next time you connect the phone to a headset. Handsfree Your phone automatically selects this when it is connected to a handsfree device. Your phone remembers any changes you make to settings in Menu 8, Tones, and uses them the next time you connect the phone to the device. Note: If the Silent, Quiet, or Loud quick alert setting is chosen and you change a setting in Menu 8, Tones, your phone switches the current quick alert setting to Normal. To return to the start screen, press.
Voice mailbox number
If you have a voice mail subscription, use Menu 2 to save the voice mailbox number given to you by your service provider. This number may be up to 32 digits long. Once you save your voice mailbox number, you can press and hold for 3 seconds to dial your voice mailbox. (You can also press briefly and then press Call.) For more information, see Voice messages on page 45. For any questions about your voice mail, contact your service provider.
Use Menu to create or change the welcome note for your phone. This note is displayed briefly each time you turn on your phone. It can be your name, a reminder, etc. To save the note, press Options, then Save. To erase the note, press Options, then Erase.
7. Emergency calls
1 If the phone is not on, switch it on. 2 Press and hold phone for calls. for several seconds to ready the
3 Key in the emergency number for your present location (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by location. 4 Press Call. IMPORTANT! This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions which cannot guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore you should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies). If you make an emergency call, your phone changes to emergency call mode. If you choose to exit this mode, emergency operators may not be able to contact you. Keep your phone in emergency call mode until emergency personnel arrive on the scene. In emergency call mode, some menu items may not be available. To exit emergency call mode, at the Start screen, press Exit. When the question Restore normal service? appears, click OK. Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be switched on and in a service area with adequate signal strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers. If certain features are in use (Keyguard, call restrictions, etc.), you may first need to turn those features off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this document and your local cellular service provider. When making an emergency call, remember to give all the necessary information as accurately as possible. Remember that your wireless phone may be the only means of communication at the scene of an accident - do not cut off the call until given permission to do so. 27
Making/receiving multiple calls
Note: The following two features might not be supported in your network. Contact your service provider for details.
Making a new outgoing call
Type in the phone number you wish to call and press Options to access the in-call menu. Then, press Flash. The first call is automatically put on hold. To join the calls, press Flash again.
Receiving a new call
If you are in a call and you receive a call, press Answer. The first call is automatically put on hold. To swap between the calls, press Flash.
Ending all calls
Select End from the in-call menu.
Call waiting is a network service that allows you to receive an incoming call when youre already in a call. Contact your service provider for details. Answering a waiting call When you receive a call while already in a call, the Navi key function changes from End to Answer. Press Answer to answer the waiting call. The call you were in is put on hold, and the Navi key function changes to Options. To switch between calls, or to end all calls, press Options to access your phones in-call menu. For complete information on your phones in-call menu, see In-call menu on page 29. Cancelling call waiting: normal method To cancel call waiting before making a call, you must get the call waiting cancellation code from your service provider. 1 Dial the code for cancelling call waiting (for example, *810). 2 Press Call. Cancelling call waiting: menu method You can save the code for cancelling call waiting given by your service provider and then use Menu to cancel call waiting. See Adding feature cancellation codes to the menu on page 29.
If you wish to use a calling card for long distance calls, you must first save your calling card information into your phone. Your phone can save information about four calling cards.
Saving calling card information
1 Press Menu 3. 2 Scroll to the desired calling card, then press Options. 31
3 Scroll to Edit, then press OK. 4 Enter your security code (see page 63), then press OK. to choose 5 At Dialing sequence, press Select. Press the dialing sequence your card uses, then press Select. Dialing sequence Use for cards that require you to: Cards using this sequence
Access no. Dial 1-800 access number, MCI, AT&T + phone no. then phone number, then card True Choice, + card no. number (+ PIN if required) Sprint Canada, Unitel Access no. Dial 1-800 access number, networkMCI, + card no. then card number (+ PIN if WorldPhone + phone no. required), then phone number MCI Prefix Dial the prefix (any numbers GTE, PacBell, + phone no. that must precede the phone AT&T, Stentor + card no. number) and phone number you want to dial, then card number (+ PIN if required) Note: The order of the following steps may vary, depending on which dialing sequence your card uses. 6 Enter the access number (usually the 1-800 number listed on the back of the calling card), then press OK. 7 Enter your card number and/or PIN, then press OK. Your phone will display Save changes? Press OK. to reach Card name, then press Select. Enter 8 Press the card name using your phones keypad, then press OK. Note: This procedure might not work with all calling cards. Please look at the back of your calling card or contact your long distance company for more information.
Restore factory settings
You can use Menu 2 to reset many of the settings in your phone to their factory defaults (as in a new phone). You are required to enter the security code. Note: The phone book, language setting, call timers, security code, and lock code are not affected.
9. Call log
For your convenience, the call log (Menu 3) saves a list of phone numbers you have dialed, and can show you approximately how much time you have spent on the phone. If you subscribe to the caller ID network service, the call log also records the phone numbers of missed calls and received calls. Contact your service provider for details.
The Options key
When you access Missed calls, Received calls, or Dialed calls and press Options, a list of options appears on your phones screen. Call dials the number. Call time shows the time of the call. (Your phones clock must be set; see page 22.) Use number shows you the number before you dial it. Save lets you enter a name for the number, edit the number if needed, and save both to your phone book. Erase erases the number from the call list. View number displays the associated phone number if only the name is currently displayed.
If you subscribe to the caller ID network service, your phone automatically stores the last 10 numbers that have tried unsuccessfully to reach you (as long as the caller allowed his or her number to be shown to you).
When the screen says Missed calls
Press List. If you have missed more than one call, you can scroll through the list of numbers. To dial the displayed number, press Options, then choose Call.
Viewing the missed calls list at any time
Use Menu to view the missed calls list at any time. To dial a number, press Options, then choose Call. 42
If you subscribe to the caller ID network service, your phone automatically stores the phone numbers of the 10 most recent calls youve answered. Use Menu to view the received calls list. To dial a number, press Options, then choose Call.
Creating, addressing, and sending a number only message
Note: To create a text message, see Creating a text message on page 51. For information about number only messages, see Types of mobile messages on page 48. 1 Press Menu 1 (Messages - Text messages - Write new). Note: If Text and Number only appear in a list of menu items, scroll to Number only, then press Select. 2 Use the following guidelines when addressing your message and specifying a callback number: Use Add number to specify a recipients phone number. The maximum number of characters allowed in a phone number is 32. 50
When prompted to enter a recipients phone number, you can manually enter it or search for it. When searching, the list of entries in your phone book is displayed. To quickly jump to an entry, press the appropriate key. For example, if the entry is "John" (j), press <5 key>. To jump to "Kim" (k), press <5 key> twice. You can address your message to as many as 10 recipients. You can see a list of all recipients to whom your message is addressed (List recipients). You can create a message, save it in your Outbox, then address it and send it later (Save). The callback number (Callback no.) is the phone number at which you want the recipient to call you. When prompted to enter a callback number, the default callback number (your mobile phone number) may appear in the field. You can use this number or enter a different number.
Creating a text message
Note: To create a number only message, see Creating, addressing, and sending a number only message on page 50. There are two ways to create a text message: Write a new, blank message Reply to a received message (see Replying to a message on page 52) Resend a message (see Resending a message on page 59) Forward a message (see Forwarding a message on page 59)
Writing a new, blank message
1 Press Menu 1 (Messages - Text messages - Write new). 2 Do Text and Number only appear in a list of menu items? Yes - Scroll to Text. Press Select. Go to the next step. No - Go to the next step. 51
3 At this point, you can address your message or begin writing it, then address it later: To address your message, scroll to Add e-mail or Add number, then press Select. See Addressing a text message on page 53. To begin writing your message, scroll to Edit message, then press Select. The terms writing and editing refer to the process of entering text into a text message. See Entering text into a message on page 54.
4 After you have written your message, you can: Address it (page 53) then send it (page 58) OR. Save it to the Outbox, then address it send it later Press Options, scroll to Save, then press Select.
Replying to a message
1 Read the message to which you want to reply. If you just received the message and the Start screen is currently displayed, press Read. If the message is in the Inbox folder, press Menu 2. If the message is in the Saved folder, press Menu 4.
2 Scroll to the message. Press Read, then Options. 3 Scroll to Reply (or Reply w/ copy if you want your reply to include a copy of the original message followed by the text of your reply). Press Select. Note: If you choose to Reply w/ copy, your message could be rather long. In some networks, a long message may be truncated (the end of the message may be cut off), preventing the recipient from seeing all of it. 4 After you write your message, you can: Address it (page 53) then send it (page 58). OR. Save it to the Outbox (press Options, scroll to Save, then press Select), then address it and send it later.
Addressing a text message
Note: To address a number only message, see Creating, addressing, and sending a number only message on page 50. Use the following procedure to address your message to one or more recipients: 1 Are you currently editing the message that you want to address? Yes - Press Options, then go to the next step. No (for example, you wrote the text message and saved it, intending to send it later) - Open your Outbox (Menu 2-1-3). Scroll until the message you want to address is highlighted. Press Options. Scroll to Resend. Press Select. Go to the next step.
2 Scroll to Add e-mail (to send the message to an email address) or Add number (to send the message to a phone number), then press Select. 3 Enter the email address or phone number, then press OK. You can address a text message to as many as 10 email addresses, phone numbers, or a combination of both. To see a list of all recipients to whom your message is addressed, scroll to List recipients, then press Select. The maximum number of characters allowed in a phone number is 32. The maximum number of characters allowed in an email address is 48. While entering a phone number or email address, to delete one character, or press and release press and hold to delete all characters. If a recipient's email address or phone number is in your Phone book, you can quickly enter it by searching for the recipient's name. To search, press Search. To quickly jump to an entry in your phone book, press the appropriate key. For example, if the entry is "John" (j), press <5 key>. To jump to "Kim" (k), press <5 key> twice. If an email address or phone number is not associated with the entry that you select, a message will appear: No e-mail address found or No numbers found. 53
When entering an email address manually, you can quickly enter the @ symbol by pressing repeatedly until it appears.
Entering text into a message
A counter in the top right corner of the screen indicates the number of remaining characters that you can enter into your message. Caution: While editing a message, if you accidentally press and hold , all text within your message will be deleted. To exit the message editor at any time and lose your text, press Options, scroll to Exit, then press Select.
(do not enter a space). The underline disappears 2 Press from the first part. 3 Write the second part (jay). Deleting characters To delete one character to the left of the cursor, press To delete all characters in the message, press and hold Changing the method of text input To toggle between predictive and traditional text input modes, press several times until the icon that indicates the mode you want to use appears. Tip: If you dont want to use predictive text input mode at all, you can deactivate it. (You can reactivate it later.) See Deactivating predictive text input mode on page 57. Changing letter case modes To toggle between upper case and lower case letter mode, press. If predictive text mode is active, if you dont wait at least 1.5 seconds between key presses, the text input mode will also be toggled between traditional and predictive. Note: If predictive text mode is active when you create a new message, the first letter of the first word that you enter will be upper case. Entering numbers To enter one or just a few numbers, press and hold the respective number key. To enter many numbers, change to number entry mode ( ) and enter the numbers as usual. To change to number entry mode, press and hold , OR, press Options, scroll to Insert number, then press Select. Inserting special characters To insert a special character (such as a punctuation mark), press and hold , OR press Options, scroll to Insert symbol, then press Select. To quickly insert a period (.), press. To quickly insert double dashes (--) or three ellipses (.), press a few times. 56.
Adding a new word to the dictionary If the ? character appears after the word, press Spell. (OR, at any time while editing, press Options, scroll to Insert word, then press OK.) Enter the word using traditional text input, and press Select. If the dictionary is full, the new word replaces the oldest added word. Changing the language of the dictionary 1 While editing a message, press Options. 2 Scroll to Predictive text, then press Select. 3 Scroll to a language, then press OK. The selected language is now active. Activating predictive text input mode Press Options, scroll to Predictive text, then press Select. Scroll to the desired input language, then press OK. Your phone is now in predictive mode. Deactivating predictive text input mode While editing a message, press Options. Scroll to Predictive text. Scroll to Prediction off, then press OK. Your phone is now in traditional (multi-tap) mode.
To send the message, press Options, scroll to Send, then press OK. If the network cant send your message, a warning note should appear. Try to resend the message later. See Resending a message on page 59.
Resending a message
1 Open your Outbox (Menu 2-1-3). Scroll until the message you want to resend is highlighted. 2 Press Options. Scroll to Resend. Press Select. Before you resend your message, you can edit it. You can also edit the recipients list (Add e-mail, Add number, or List recipients). All settings (Urgency, Delivery note, and Callback no.) that you chose for the original message are retained unless you edit the settings (Options > Settings).
3 To send the message, press Options, scroll to Send, then press Select.
Forwarding a message
1 In the Inbox or Saved folder, read the message that you want to forward. 2 Press Options, scroll to Forward, then press Select. 3 Prepare your message as you would any other message that you create. If the message you are forwarding is a text message, you can edit the message before you send it. If your phone is configured to be able to send a number only message, you can forward a callback number as a number only message, provided the original message was also a number only message.
4 After you prepare your message, you can: Address it (page 53) then send it (page 58). OR. Save it to the Outbox (press Options, scroll to Save, then press Select), then address it and send it later.
You can erase the message youre reading or several messages at once.
Erasing the message youre reading
Press Options, scroll to Erase., then press Select.
Erasing multiple messages
1 Press Menu 5. 2 Scroll until the appropriate item in the list is highlighted, then press Select. Depending on your service provider, you may be required to confirm your choice or enter your security code to prevent accidental deletion of messages. All read - Erases all read messages in the Inbox (unread messages are not erased); erases all messages in the Outbox and Saved folders (the Outbox and Saved folders cannot contain unread messages). All in inbox - Erases all messages (read or unread) in the Inbox. All in outbox - Erases all messages (sent or unsent) in the Outbox. All saved - Erases all messages in the Saved folder.
12. Extra features
The alarm clock feature sounds an alert at a time you specify.
Setting the alarm clock
Use Menu to turn the alarm clock on or off. Note that when youre entering the alarm time, use two digits for both hours and minutes (for example, enter 1:30 as 0130). Note: Pressing does not work on this screen. If you make a mistake, re-enter all four digits. Press up or down on the scroll keys to move the cursor. The number you press is entered to the right of the cursor.
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 6 inches (20 cm.) be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research. Persons with pacemakers: Should always keep the phone more than 6 inches (20 cm) from their pacemaker when the phone is switched on; Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket; Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, switch off your phone immediately.
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your service provider.
Other medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including cellular phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the medical device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy or if you have any questions. Switch off your phone in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection systems, electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems, electronic speed control systems, air bag systems). Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices so require.
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17. Nokia One-Year Limited Warranty
Nokia Inc. (Nokia) warrants that this cellular phone (Product) is free from defects in material and workmanship that result in Product failure during normal usage, according to the following terms and conditions: 1. The limited warranty for the Product extends for ONE (1) year beginning on the date of the purchase of the Product. 2. The limited warranty extends to the original purchaser of the Product (Consumer) and is not assignable or transferable to any subsequent purchaser/end-user. 3. The limited warranty extends only to Consumers who purchase the Product in the United States. 4. During the limited warranty period, Nokia will repair, or replace, at Nokia's option, any defective parts, or any parts that will not properly operate for their intended use with new or factory rebuilt replacement items if such repair or replacement is needed because of product malfunction or failure during normal usage. No charge will be made to the Consumer for any such parts. Nokia will also pay for the labor charges incurred by Nokia in repairing or replacing the defective parts. The limited warranty does not cover defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items, including framing, and any non-operative parts. Nokia's limit of liability under the limited warranty shall be the actual cash value of the Product at the time the Consumer returns the Product for repair, determined by the price paid by the Consumer for the Product less a reasonable amount for usage. Nokia shall not be liable for any other losses or damages. These remedies are the Consumers exclusive remedies for breach of warranty. 5. Upon request from Nokia, the Consumer must prove the date of the original purchase of the Product by a dated bill of sale or dated itemized receipt. 6. The Consumer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to Nokia in Melbourne, Florida. Nokia shall bear the cost of shipping the Product back to the Consumer after the completion of service under this limited warranty. 7. The Consumer shall have no coverage or benefits under this limited warranty if any of the following conditions are applicable: a) The Product has been subject to abnormal use, abnormal conditions, improper storage, exposure to moisture or dampness, unauthorized modifications, unauthorized connections, unauthorized repair, misuse, neglect, abuse, accident, alteration, improper installation, or other acts which are not the fault of Nokia, including damage caused by shipping.
14. This limited warranty allocates the risk of failure of the Product between the Consumer and Nokia. The allocation is recognized by the Consumer and is reflected in the purchase price of the Product. 15. Any action or lawsuit for breach of warranty must be commenced within eighteen (18) months following delivery of the Product. 16. Questions concerning this limited warranty may be directed to: Nokia Customer Care Center, USA 7725 Woodland Center Blvd., Ste. 150 Tampa, FL 33614 Telephone: 1-888-NOKIA2U (1-888-665-4228) Facsimile: (813) 249-9619 For the hearing-impaired only (TTY): 1-800-24NOKIA (1-800-246-6542) 17. The limited warranty period for Nokia supplied attachments and accessories is specifically defined within their own warranty cards and packaging.
ABC mode 11 accessories 68 batteries 70 chargers 72 covers 69 alarm clock 61 answering a call 17 automatic answer 39 antenna 15 external jack 7 anykey answer 39 automatic answer 39
batteries 70 attaching 3 charging 3 discharging 4 removing 5 blocking calls see restricting calls
C key 7 call block see restricting calls call forwarding activating 33 cancelling 34 call log 42 clearing lists 43 dialed calls 43 missed calls 42 Options key 42 received calls 43 call restrictions see restricting calls 87
call timers 43 call waiting 31 answering a waiting call 31 cancelling 31 caller ID 18 showing/hiding number 36 calling card making calls 33 set-up 31 calls answering 17 answering automatically 39 answering with call waiting 31 anykey answer 39 ending 30 forwarding 33 initiating a second 30 making 16 muting 16, 30 silencing an incoming call 17 unmuting 16 unmuting the microphone 30 care and maintenance 81 chargers 72 clearing call lists 43 clock 22 alarm clock 61 displaying/hiding 23 setting 22 time format 23 Compact Desktop Charging Stand 74 covers, changing 69 cursor 11
dialed calls 43 directory see phone book 19
editing names/numbers 21 email addresses saving 19 emergency calls 27, 78 emergency key erasing names/numbers 21 external antenna jack 7
messages voice mail 45 missed calls 42 muting the microphone 16, 30
NAM selection 35 names editing 21 entering 11 erasing 21 finding 17, 20 saving 19 Navi key 6 network feature setting 29 new call 30 numbers editing 21 entering 12 erasing 21 finding 17, 20 saving 19 showing/hiding your own 36
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NOKIA DCT3 MODELS LIST V1.0
What is Nokia DCT3? Nokia DCT3 is basically just a name for a range of Nokia phones. Below is a list of Nokia DCT3 phones currently on the market. You can download this list from www.Dubphones.com or www.UnlockCodes.ie
Nokia 2100 Nokia 3315 Nokia 3390 Nokia 3610 Nokia 5120 Nokia 5170 Nokia 5185 Nokia 5510 Nokia 6091 Nokia 6130 Nokia 6161 Nokia 6185i Nokia 6250 Nokia 8210 Nokia 8265i Nokia 8290 Nokia 8860
Nokia 3210 Nokia 3330 Nokia 3391 Nokia 5110 Nokia 5125 Nokia 5170i Nokia 5185i Nokia 6080 Nokia 6110 Nokia 6138 Nokia 6162 Nokia 6188 Nokia 7110 Nokia 8250 Nokia 8270 Nokia 8810 Nokia 8890
Nokia 3210 Nokia 3350 Nokia 3395 Nokia 5110i Nokia 5130 Nokia 5180 Nokia 5190 Nokia 6081 Nokia 6120 Nokia 6150 Nokia 6180 Nokia 6190 Nokia 7160 Nokia 8260 Nokia 8280 Nokia 8850 Nokia 9110
Nokia 3310 Nokia 3390 Nokia 3410 Nokia 5110i APAC Nokia 5160 Nokia 5180i Nokia 5210 Nokia 6090 Nokia 6120i Nokia 6160 Nokia 6185 Nokia 6210 Nokia 7190 Nokia 8265 Nokia 8280i Nokia 8855 Nokia 9110i
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