Nokia 232N user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 232N

Device: Nokia 232N
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Date of adding : 2014-09-04 14:00:08
Number of pages: 77
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DESCRIPTION OF KEYS Use the phone keys as follows: ON On the side of phone: Press and hold to i and j switch the phone on Select earpiece or off. volume. Scrolls the memory MENU locations. After Selects menu mode. pressing MENU, or scrolls the AB MSG ALPHA MENU menus and displays STO options. Stores information in a S B memory location. In a ON ROAM IN USE NO SVC ABC menu, confirms a Selects alpha mode/ setting. number mode; press once to select alpha Dials voicemail or mode (i.e. to enter f

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QUICK GUIDE Adjust Volume Press to D increase and to (during a call) decrease the volume Clear a digit Press the CLR key Clear display Press and hold the CLR key Ending a Call Press the END key Last number redial Ensure the display is clear and press SEND Making a call Key in the area code and phone number and press the SEND key Receiving a call Press any key except ON or the volume keys Switching on/off Press and hold the ON key Memory Functions 9 Key Emergency Call Press and hold the 9 ke

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LIST OF MENU FUNCTIONS Menu Name Shortcut Keys Description LOCK PHONE MENU 0 (L) Locks/unlocks the phone. SYSTEM SELECT MENU 1 Selects roaming mode (system feature). RINGING TYPE MENU 2 Selects the ringing tone type. CALL TIMERS MENU 3 Displays length of calls. (S) Resets the timers. LIGHTS CONTROL MENU 4 Selects operation of display and keypad lights. KEYPAD TONES MENU 5 Switches keypad tones on/off. RINGING VOLUME MENU 6 Selects volume of ringing tone. NAM SELECT MENU 7

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CONTENTS Important Safety Information......................3 Display Indicators...............................................7 Getting Started.....................................................8 Installing the battery ...................................................8 Charging the battery ..................................................9 Switching on .............................................................10 Switching off .............................................................1

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Using the scratchpad memory.................................28 Reminder message facility .......................................29 Displaying your own number....................................29 Changing the wake-up message .............................29 Menu Functions..................................................31 Using the menu.........................................................31 List of menu functions...............................................33 Description of menu functions.

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

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Only qualified personnel should install or service the phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty which may apply to the unit. Electronic fuel-injection systems, electronic anti-skid braking systems, electronic cruise-control systems and other electronic systems can malfunction due to the lack of protection from radio signals. Check regu- larly that all cellular phone equipment in your vehicle is mounted securely and operating properly. Sw

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If certain features are in use (Keyguard, Locking, Call Restricting etc.), you may first need to turn those fea- tures off before you can make an emergency call. Consult this document and your local cellular service provider. Emergency calls may not be possible on all cellular phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone features are in use. Check with local cellular service providers. When making an emergency call, remember to give all the necessary information as accurately a

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FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (e.g. when using telephone in close proximity of receiving equipment). The FCC/Industry Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such interference cannot be eliminated. If you require assistance, contact your local service facility. THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE CONDITION THAT THIS DEVICE DOES NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE. 6

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DISPLAY INDICATORS K J I H A MSG ALPHA AB MENU 2 G S B ROAM NO SVC ON IN USE C D E F A AB Indicator Shows which network is in use: A – System A only B – System B only A B – Both systems Blank – Home area only B Signal Indicator Shows approximate received signal strength. C ON Indicator Shows that phone is switched on. D ROAM Indicator Shows which system the phone is using: On – home system in a non- home area. Flashing – non-home system. Off – home system in the home area. E IN USE Indicator

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If charging while phone is switched off, the indicator bars disappear, but B remains on. H Number Shows menu or memory location selected. I MENU Indicator Shows that menu mode has been selected. J ALPHA Indicator Shows that alpha mode has been selected; letters can be entered, and names can be displayed. K MESSAGE Shows that a caller has left Indicator you a message. GETTING STARTED INSTALLING THE BATTERY 1 Place the base of the battery into the lower part of the phone, taking care to

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CHARGING THE BATTERY TO ACHIEVE FULL BATTERY CAPACITY, NEW BATTERIES MUST BE CHARGED STOP WITH THE PHONE OFF FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS BEFORE INITIAL USE. 1 Take the charger supplied, and fit the connector into the phone. B Connect the charger to a standard AC outlet (or cigarette lighter receptacle). C For fastest charging, make sure the phone is off. D Leave the battery on charge for 24 hours before initial use. After the first use, the charging times depend on the type of battery fitted,

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SWITCHING ON A If your phone has an extendable antenna, extend the antenna fully. B Press and hold the ON key. The phone will carry out a short self- test, briefly displaying the ‘wake-up’ message. (This message is pro- grammed by your dealer, but you may change it if you wish; refer to ‘Changing the wake-up message’, page 29, for further details). When the ON indicator appears, the phone is ready for use. If the NO SVC indicator remains on, then you may be outside the cellular service area,

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BASIC FUNCTIONS RECEIVING A CALL A Press any key except ON or the volume keys. An incoming call is denoted by a ringing tone, and the CALL message flashing on the display. If the SILENT SERVICE option (Menu 6) has been selected there will be no ringing tone; the keypad and display lights will flash instead, and only a short beep will be heard (refer to ‘Ringing volume (Menu 6)’, page 39). If you do not answer a call, the CALL message will remain on the display (indicating a missed call); to cl

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(if this is necessary on your system) even if you are making a local call. The number will be displayed. C To correct a mistake, press CLR to delete the last digit, or press and hold CLR to clear the whole display (then re-enter the number). D Press SEND. The IN USE indicator will appear on the display, and the number will disappear. E To end the call, press END. Notes: If NO SVC is displayed: You are outside the cellular service area. If NOT ALLOWED is displayed: The call is not allowed or you

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MAKING EMERGENCY CALLS EITHER: A If the phone is not on, switch it on. B Press and hold the CLR key for several seconds to ready the phone for calls. C Key in the emergency number for your present location (e.g. 911, 112 or other official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by location. D Press SEND. OR: Press 9 for two seconds or more. Note: Official emergency numbers vary by location (e.g. 911, 112 or other official emergency number). However, only one emergency number is programmed in

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One-touch dialing The phone is equipped with one-touch dialing keys. Simply press any one of these keys to dial the associated number (you do not need to press SEND). The following keys offer one-touch dialing: Dials the number stored in memory location 96; * press and hold the key for 2 seconds. You may store any number in this location. # Dials the number stored in memory location 97; press and hold the key for 2 seconds. You may store any number in this location. 9 Dials the emergency numbe

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You may link any memory location to a one-touch dialing key; this will enable you to dial the phone number stored in that location, by simply pressing the key. To do this, store the number of the memory location (i.e. one or two digits only) to be linked, in any of the one-touch dialing memory locations. For example, to link the number stored in memory location 33 to the key, store ‘33’ in memory location 98 (voicemail/favorite number); then, when you press , the phone number in memory lo

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service. For further details, ask your network provider. For specific operating instructions refer to the appropriate documentation which may be issued by your network provider. SPEED DIALING Speed dialing is the quickest way to recall and dial a number, and is particularly useful for frequently-used numbers. You can speed dial any number already stored in a memory location either by entering the location number or the name stored with the number to be called. A Enter the number of the memory


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