Nokia 3360 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 3360

Device: Nokia 3360
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Date of adding : 2014-09-04 14:00:08
Number of pages: 150
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Nokia 3360
User Guide
Draft V0.1
Not For Distribution
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The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use in TDMA and AMPS networks. Legal information Part No. xxxxxxx, Issue No. 1 © 2001 Nokia Inc. All rights reserved. Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation. Printed in Canada XX/2001 Nokia, Nokia Connecting People and the Original Accessories logos are trademarks of Nokia Corporation and/or its affiliates. US Patent No 5818437 and other pending patents. T9 text input software Copyright (C) 1999-2001. Tegic Communication

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Safety first 1 Safety guidelines 1 Road safety comes first 1 Switch off in hospitals 1 Switch off while aboard aircraft 1 Switch off when refueling 1 Switch off near blasting 1 Observe infrared precautions 1 Quick tips 2 Be aware of interference 2 Use your phone sensibly 2 Use only qualified service personnel 2 Use approved accessories and batteries 2 Read instructions before you connect to other de- vices 2 Make sure the phone is on 2 Your phone’s label 3 Welcome 4 Get the most out of this gu

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The Nokia commitment 6 Alternate format user guides 7 LPS-3 Mobile Inductive Loopset 7 Find information about your phone 8 Contact Nokia 9 Have the right information available 9 Have the phone or accessory handy 9 Contact your service provider 10 Set up your phone 11 Attach the battery 11 Charge the battery 11 Remove the battery 12 Important battery information 12 Prolong battery life 12 Connect the headset 13 Use the carrying case 13 Adjust the volume 13 Adjust screen contrast 13 Choose the loo

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Review phone symbols 18 Use the selection keys 20 Check in-phone help 20 Browse phone menus 20 Scroll through menus 21 Use a shortcut 21 Shortcuts 22 Phone book menu 26 Use the phone book 28 Review ABC and 123 entries 28 Enter letters 28 Enter numbers 29 Enter punctuation and other characters 29 Use special characters in names and phone numbers 30 In ABC mode 30 In 123 mode 30 Check call history 31 Check the call log 31 Check missed calls 32 Check previously dialed calls 32 Check recei

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Use advanced calling features 36 Set in-call options 36 Use call waiting 37 Store the call waiting feature code 37 Activate call waiting 37 Manage calls 37 Make a conference call 37 Lookup a number during a conference call 38 Use call forwarding 39 Store the call forwarding feature code 39 Activate call forwarding 39 Redial automatically 41 Use a calling card 41 Save calling card information (step 2) 42 Choose a calling card to use 43 Make a calling card call 43 Send your own number in caller ID

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Set greetings and passwords 50 Listen to your voice messages 50 Personalize rings & tones 51 What is a profile? 51 Select a different profile 51 Customize a profile 52 Set ring options 53 Set the ring volume 53 Set the ring tone 54 Set a vibrating alert 55 Set keypad tones 55 Set warning and game tones 55 Set the message alert tone 56 Set your phone to answer automatically 56 Set the lights (car kit only) 57 Rename profiles 58 Personalize phone settings 59 Set the display language 59 Set and dis

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Restore factory settings 62 Manage phone security 63 Change your security code 63 Protect your phone with the lock code 64 Turn on the phone lock 64 Store an unlocked phone number 65 Call an unlocked phone number 65 Answer a call while using a lock code 65 Change your lock code 65 Turn off the lock code 66 Lock the keypad 66 Activate keyguard 66 Deactivate keyguard 66 Answer a call while keyguard is active 67 Restrict calls 67 Restrict outgoing calls 67 Restrict incoming calls 68 Manage prepaid

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Set up how your phone selects a system 72 Set up the way your phone selects a network 73 Switch between private and public systems 73 Select a public system 74 Use your phone on the road 75 Communicate with text messages 76 About text messages 76 Write with standard text entry 76 Write with predictive text 77 Keys and tools for predictive text 78 Turn on predictive text input 78 Turn off predictive text input 79 Tips for predictive text 79 Add a word to the match list 80 Insert numbers 80 Insert

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Forward a message 85 Send and receive e-mail messages 85 Save e-mail addresses 85 Send an e-mail message 87 Other options for a completed message 88 Reply to or forward an e-mail message 88 Chat with other phone users 89 Use special features 90 Send and receive business cards 90 Send a business card 90 View a received business card 90 Save a viewed business card 90 Delete a viewed business card 91 Download ringing tones 91 Receive a ringing tone 91 Save a received ringing tone 91 Discard receive

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Connect to the Internet* 99 Learn about the Services menu 99 Set up for browsing 100 Your service provider and WAP 100 Launch the browser* 100 Navigate a WAP card 100 The browser menu 101 The Options menu 102 Bookmarks 103 Download a ring tone 104 Play, save, or erase a ring tone 104 Play games 105 Start a new game 105 Snake II 105 Space Impact 105 Pairs II 105 Frequently asked questions (FAQ) 106 Glossary 110 Reference information 116 Batteries, chargers, accessories and Technical infor- mation

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Vehicles 120 Emergency calls 121 Make an emergency call 121 Radio frequency (RF) signals 122 Care and maintenance 123 Accessories 124 Batteries 125 Charging times 125 Standby and talk times 126 Chargers and other accessories 126 When a charger is not in use 127 Standard Travel Charger (ACP-7) 127 Travel Charger (ACP-8) 127 Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger (LCH-9) 127 Desktop Charging Stand (DCV-10) 128 Headset (HDE-2) 128 Nokia Xpress-on™ color covers 128 Troubleshooting 129 Technical Information

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1 1 Safety first Read these simple guidelines before you use your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. • SAFETY GUIDELINES Following are important safety precautions for phone use. Road safety comes first Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. Park the vehicle first. [road_saf] Switch off in hospitals Follow any regulations or rules. Switch your phone off near medical equipment. [off_hosp] Switch off while aboard aircraft Wireless phones c

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• QUICK TIPS 1 Observe these brief guidelines to get the best performance from your mobile phone. Be aware of interference All wireless phones may get interference that could affect performance. [interfer] Use your phone sensibly Use your phone only in the normal position (next to the ear). Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily. [use_sens] Use only qualified service personnel Equipment must be installed or repaired only by qualified service personnel. [qua_svc] Use approved accessories and

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• YOUR PHONE’S LABEL 1 The label found on the back of your phone (under the battery) contains important information about your phone, including the model and serial numbers. You will be required to provide information from this label, in the event you call Nokia Customer Service (or call your service provider). Therefore, please do not remove or deface this label. [ 3 ]

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2 2 Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of a Nokia 3360 mobile phone, a new tool for the mobile information society. Nokia recommends that you read this chapter before you use your new phone. You will find useful information about: • How to use this guide • Cellular network services • How to contact Nokia • GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS GUIDE The tips that follow can help you get peak performance from this guide as you learn to use your phone. Understand the terms This guide uses certain te

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2 Convention What it means bold The word or phrase appears on the phone’s screen. bold and blue The word is an address on the World Wide Web. bold, blue, A definition for the word or phrase appears in the terms and italic list near the end of the user guide. italic Italics indicate emphasis. Pay close attention to any information in italics. Follow graphic clues This guide uses certain icons (small pictures) to alert you to important information. Tip: Provides information about a shortcut or

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guide (if available). 2 • UNDERSTAND WIRELESS NETWORK SERVICES A wireless network service provides the connections you need to use your mobile phone. The network also can give you access to special wireless services, including: • Voice mail and voice privacy • Call waiting, call forwarding, and caller ID • Text and picture messages • Ability to send your own number • News and information services • Selected Internet access services Sign up with a service provider Before you can take advantage

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