Nokia 6190 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 6190

Device: Nokia 6190
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Date of adding : 2014-08-10 14:00:31
Number of pages: 111
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OWNER’S
MANUAL

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Keys Power key Press and hold to turn your phone on or off. Fixed antenna Do not attempt to Volume button extend or Adjusts volume of remove! earpiece or speaker. Softkeys Their current function is 0HQX 1DPHV displayed above the key Scroll (for example, button here their Scroll through functions are menus, “Menu” and submenus, and “Names”). phone book. Press and hold for continuous scrolling. ô ó Press this key to Dials the number end a phone on the display. call, or to

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Quick guide to functions Note: If you have trouble accessing a feature, try starting from the start screen. To get to the start screen, press ô at any time except during a call (unless you want to hang up). Accessing your phone book - Press W or V (to skip ahead in the list, press the number key that corresponds to the first letter of the name) Answering a call - Press any key except ô or Answering a call with call waiting - Press ó (press ó to swap calls; press ô to end each call) Clearin

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Quick guide to the menu Back one level - Press %DFN Entering the menu - From start screen, press 0HQX Exiting the menu - Press ([LW or %DFN repeatedly, or press ô Scrolling the menu - Press W or V Selecting a submenu or option - Press 6HOHFW or 2. Using shortcuts - Press 0HQX, then menu number Menu summary: 1 Messages 4Settings 1 1 Text messages 1 Call settings 1 2 Message settings 2 Security settings 1 3 Voice messages 3 Phone settings 1 4 News & info service 4 Analog module 5 5 Service comm

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Indicators and Icons You have an active call. The phone is waiting for you to enter a response. Ringing option is set to 6LOHQW and keypad tones, warning tones, and message alert tone are turned off. Keyguard has been activated. Your phone will not accept any keypresses. To deactivate, press 8QORFN, then . Your phone has been set to forward all incoming voice calls to another number. You have one or more voice messages waiting. You have one or more text messages waiting. See “Optional Analog

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Contents 1. For Your Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 FCC/Industry Canada Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Using this Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 2. Getting Connected . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Installing the SIM card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Battery information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 When is a good time to charge? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 3. The Very Basics . . . . .

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1. For Your Safety 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 “Impor- tant Safety Information” on page 95. Road Safety Comes First Don’t use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first. Switch Off In Hospitals Follow any regulations or rules. Switch phone off near medical equipment. Switch Off On Aircraft Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them on

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FCC/Industry Canada Notice Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (e.g. when using a telephone in close proximity to 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. Using this Guide The wireles

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2. Getting Connected So you’ve just bought your new phone, taken it out of the box, and you’re wondering what to do next. To get started, just follow a few easy steps. 1) Install the SIM card 2) Attach and charge the battery 3) If you purchased an optional analog module, attach it to the phone See “Optional Analog Module” on page 82. Note: The analog module is a separate accessory that may be purchased from your service provider. It allows you to make and receive calls in analog networks. I

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3) Place the SIM card in its slot. Make sure that the bev- elled corner is top right and the gold contacts of the card face into the phone. 4) Close the holder 5) Slide the SIM card holder toward the bottom of the phone until it locks into place 6) Attach the battery (see below) Battery information Attaching the battery To attach the battery, place it on the back of the phone as shown and slide it toward the top of the phone until it clicks into place. 6

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Attaching the battery when using optional analog module 1) Place the analog module on the back of the phone 2) Slide the module toward the top of the phone until it clicks into place 3) Place the battery on top of the analog module 4) Slide the battery toward the top of the phone until it clicks into place Charging your new battery Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-Ion or NiMH battery, which should be charged for 24 hours without interruption. Note that a new NiMH battery’s

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charge the battery for the first time, the battery strength indicator bars will not scroll the entire time. If your phone is off, the scroll bars will disappear shortly after charging begins; if your phone is on, the scroll bars will stop scrolling after a while. This is normal. Be sure to charge the battery for the entire 24-hour period without interruption. If your phone displays 1RW FKDUJLQJ, charging is sus- pended. Check that the battery is not connected to a non-approved charging de

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Charging times depend on the type of battery and charger used. For approximate charging and oper- ating times, see “Batteries” on page 89. If the battery is too hot or cold, charging may be inter- rupted until the battery reaches its normal operating temperature. Can I make calls while charging? Yes, you can. But your battery may not charge while a call is in progress. Charging should resume once you end the call. Discharging NiMH batteries An NiMH battery lasts longer and performs better if

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3. The Very Basics Your phone is designed with many powerful features that you can learn to use as needed. This chapter cov- ers the basic information you need to use your phone. Everything else is covered in “Features A-Z” starting on page 18. Switching on the phone Press and hold the key for one second to switch on the phone. If the phone asks for a PIN code, see “PIN and PIN2 codes” on page 63. If the phone asks for a Security code, see “Security code” on page 71. NORMAL POSITION: Hol

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Improving your phone’s reception may be easy. Try moving your phone slightly, or move towards a window if you’re calling from inside a building. Making a call Enter the area code and phone number and press ó Making an international call Enter the + character (press twice), country code, area code and phone number. Editing a number on display Press V to move the cursor to the left and W to move it to the right. Press &OHDU to delete the character to the left of the cursor. Dialing a phone

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Answering a call The phone rings according to the settings in the currently selected profile (see page 63). To answer, press any key except ô or Note: If Keyguard is on (see page 49), only answers ó calls. To reject a call, press ô. Note: If you are using the optional analog module, pressing stops the ringing but does not answer or reject the call. ô Switching off the phone Press and hold the key for one second OR Briefly press the key (6ZLWFK RII$ will appear, high- lighted) then press

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4. Working The Menu Your phone contains several menus and submenus, giving you access to certain options and allowing you to customize your phone to suit your individual preferences. Navigating tools Softkeys Your phone has two softkeys that appear below the display. Their current function is indicated by the words appearing above them. Simply press the corresponding key under the choice you wish to select. This illustration shows the phone at the start screen (see “What is the ‘start

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For example, press 0HQX once. The scroll bar appears with the first (top) tab displayed. A different tab appears each time you press the W or V key to move up and down through the menu structure. The scroll bar works the same way with submenus. Menu & submenu numbering When you scroll to a menu or submenu, the menu number and/or submenu number appears on the dis- play above the scroll bar. If you become familiar with these numbers, you can use them as shortcuts for accessing different men

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%DFN allows you to exit the present menu or submenu and go back a level. Press repeatedly to return to the main menu, then press ([LW to return to the start screen. ô returns your phone to the start screen. If you press ô when the phone is requesting input (for example, a setting, phone number, name, etc.), the phone displays the start screen and the input is not saved. Remember: If you press during a call, the phone will hang ô up! Scrolling through the main menu 1) Press 0HQX 2) Press

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Summary of Menu Items 1 Messages 1 1 1 Text Messages 1 1 1 Inbox 1 1 2 Outbox 1 1 3 Write messages 1 1 2 Message settings 1 2 1 Set 1 1 2 2 Set 2 1 2 3 Set 3 1 2 4 Set 4 1 2 5 Set 5 1 2 6 Common 1 1 3 Voice messages 1 3 1 Listen to voice messages 1 3 2 Voice mailbox number 1 1 4 News & info service 1 5 Service command editor 2Call log 1 2 1 Missed calls 1 2 2 Received calls 2 3 Dialed calls 2 4 Clear call lists 2 5 Call timers 1,4 2 6 Show call costs 1 2 7 Show costs in 3Profiles 3 1 Normal 3 2


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