Nokia 2180 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 2180

Device: Nokia 2180
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Date of adding : 2014-09-04 14:00:08
Number of pages: 77
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The Keys Call Indicator Light Lights up when someone is calling. ð Press and hold to switch your phone on and Volume off. Adjusts volume of earpiece or speaker. Soft keys. The function of these keys changes to suit the current operation. Deletes characters and clears the display. ÷ Alpha/ numeric WV mode selection. Scroll the Allows you menu and to toggle Personal between Directory. letters and Press and numbers. hold for continual scrolling. ô Push this í key to end

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The Display A: Current system in use is A B: Current system in use is B No indicator: Service is unavailable A call is in progress Digital service is available Roaming Indicator Phone is roaming in a non-preferred system Your phone is in alpha mode You have a voice message(s) You have a text message(s) Memory location, menu, or option number Battery Charge Signal Strength Sett

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Table of Contents 1. Safety At A Glance ..............................1 2. Your Phone’s Battery ........................ 3 3. Signal Strength .................................. 8 4. The Basics ......................................... 9 Cool Features.........................................................9 To Switch Your Phone On......................................9 To Answer A Call....................................................9 To Make A Call............................................

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7. Messages & Pages.......................... 42 Voice Messages .................................................. 42 Text Messagesand Pages.................................... 43 8. Security Features ............................ 46 Security Code...................................................... 46 Automatic Phone Lock ........................................ 47 Restrict Calls ....................................................... 48 Hide Memory..............................................

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1. Safety At A Glance Read these simple guidelines before using your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. For more detailed safety information, see “For Your Safety” on page 64. Road Safety Comes First Don't use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first. Switch Off In Hospitals Switch off your phone when near medical equip- ment. Follow any regulations or rules in force. Switch Off On Aircraft Mobile phones can cause interference. Using t

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Using this Owner’s Manual The wireless phone described in this manual is approved for use in AMPS/CDMA networks. A number of functions included in this manual are called Network Services. They are special services provided by cellular service providers. Before you can take advantage of any of these Network Services, you must subscribe to the service(s) you require from your home service provider. You can then activate these functions as described in this manual. The manual activation comm

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2. Your Phone’s Battery When you first opened the box for your phone, you should have found at least one battery and charger, one trans- ceiver, and this user guide. For detailed information on these items, see “Accessories” on page 58. To install your battery Simply (1) place the battery in the grooves on the back of your phone. Then (2) slide the battery upward until it clicks. To remove your battery First switch off your phone. Then (1) press the button on top of your battery, (2) slide t

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New batteries must be charged for at least 24 hours before initial use, with your phone off. A new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles! Use only batteries approved by the phone IMPORTANT: manufacturer and recharge your battery only with the chargers approved by the manufacturer. See “Important battery information” on page 6. When should you charge? With only a couple of minutes of talk time remaining, your phone will warn

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When is charging complete? To allow the battery to completely charge, wait for the charge indicators to stop scrolling. At this point, your phone is considered fully charged. However, a slight increase in charge may occur if the phone is left connected to the charger, this is called “trickle charge.” Charging times depend on which type of battery and charger is used. For approximate charging and operating times, see “Accessories” on page 58. When charging is completed, disconnect the ch

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Your battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time is noticeably shorter than normal, and reconditioning fails to extend its life, it’s time to buy a new battery. Important battery information For good operation times, discharge the battery from time to time by leaving your phone switched on until it turns it- self off or by using the battery discharge facility of any approved accessory available for your phone. Do not at- t

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The battery is a sealed unit with no serviceable parts. Don’t attempt to open the case. Don’t dispose of a battery in a fire! Dispose of used batter- ies in accordance with local regulations. Recycle! Using your phone near the network’s base station con- sumes less power. Keeping the antenna fully extended whenever possible maintains the connection to the net- work with less power. Your phone switches itself off if the operating temperature of your phone exceeds 158°F/ 70°C. Also, it switche

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3. Signal Strength Your phone operates on radio waves, and the quality of ra- dio reception depends entirely on the strength of the radio signal in your area. Because the radio coverage is maintained by a wireless network, the quality of calls on a wireless phone depends on the strength of the wireless radio signal. The stronger the radio signal, the better the call quality. A strong signal is indicated by the signal indicators on the left side of your phone’s dis- play, which scroll as the

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4. The Basics Your phone has many different features, some more ad- vanced than others. This chapter highlights some very basic features which you are most likely to use every day. Cool Features Did you know that you can lock the keys on your phone to prevent accidental key presses and phone calls? Or that your phone can display a reminder message whenever you turn it on? You can also stop your phone from ringing without even answering the call. These are called Cool Features. These are j

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Want to stop your phone from ringing without answering it? Simply press ô. This keeps you from answering a call when it’s inconvenient to talk. You can still answer the call by pressing í if &DOO is still flashing on your display. It’s also great way to screen your calls if you don’t want to be disturbed. You’ll know who called as soon as your phone rings if you subscribe to Caller ID. And if you have Voice Messaging, the call will be forwarded to your voice mailbox. See “Caller ID

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When you want to hang up Press ô When you want to clear the display Press and hold ù To Make An Emergency Call Before attempting any emergency calls, see “Emergency Calls” on page 65 for important safety information. 1) Switch phone on and make sure service is available your 2) Press and hold ù to clear the display. Enter the emergency number (e.g. 911) and press í. Give your location and do not end the call until permission is granted. Emergency Key 9 This feature allows you to attempt

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Keyguard This feature helps prevent accidental key presses, especially if you wear your phone on a belt clip or keep it in your pocket. When Keyguard is activated and there is no call in progress, key presses will not be accepted and key tones will not be generated, except for calls to 911 (or other offi- cial preprogrammed emergency numbers) and í and ô. If the ð key is pressed, the lights will come on. To quickly activate Keyguard Press and hold ô until .(<*8$5' $&7,9( appears on your dis

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When placing an emergency call with Keyguard active, the emergency number is displayed only after you’ve keyed in all of the digits. After the emergency call, Keyguard auto- matically becomes active again. Note: When Keyguard is active, calls may be possible to the emergency number programmed into your phone (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number). However, Emergency Key 9 will not operate. Speed Dial Speed Dial is a convenient feature, allowing you to make phone calls quickly and ea

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Also, see “Menu 3 3, One-Touch Dialing” on page 26 and “Emergency Key 9” on page 11 for more information. Last Number Redial This feature allows you to quickly redial the last number you dialed. With the display empty, Press í and wait three seconds If you want to see the last ten numbers you have dialed, press í, and then quickly press W or V to scroll through the list. This must be done quickly, otherwise the last number dialed will be redialed. Once you see the phone number you wish to

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ring distinctly when there’s an incoming call from that per- son’s number. Note: To use this feature, you must subscribe to Caller ID. For details on storing names and numbers, see “Your Per- sonal Directory” on page 17. Call Waiting With Call Waiting, the active call is put on hold as you an- swer another incoming call. This service is provided by your service provider. When call waiting has been activated, your phone will beep to let you know you have an incoming call. Your phone may also


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