Nokia 8210 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 8210

Device: Nokia 8210
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Date of adding : 2014-02-12 14:00:35
Number of pages: 74
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User’s Guide for Nokia 8210

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Copyright © Nokia Mobile Phones 1999, 2004. All rights reserved. Nokia and Nokia Connecting People are registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Nokia tune is a trademark of Nokia Corporation. Nokia Xpress-on is a trademark of Nokia Mobile Phones. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or trade names of their respective owners. US Patent No 5818437 and other pending patents. T9 text input software Copyright (C) 1997-2004. Tegic Communications, Inc. All rights

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Quick and easy Thank you for choosing this phone! These pages give you some tips on using your phone. For more detailed information, read through the Owner’s Guide. Throughout this guide, all key presses are represented by icons such as and . Making your first call  Before you can make your first call, see ‘Getting started’ to learn how to insert the SIM card,  install and charge the battery,  switch on your phone. 1. Key in the area code and phone number and press . 2. Press to end th

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Entering menus Entering/Exit- Press Menu, scroll ing a menu with or to the desired menu function and press Select. Press to exit a menu function with out changing its set- tings and return to the standby mode. Other essential functions Locking/Un- Press Menu and then locking the quickly. keypad Press Unlock and then quickly. Writing an Press Menu, , English mes- , to en- sage ter Write messages. Key in the message. Using the predictive text input: Press the key labelled wit

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Contents Assigning a phone number as a speed For your safety .............................. 8 dial number ..................................................22 General information...................... 9 Caller groups ................................................23 Labels on the phone .....................................9 Including a phone number in a Security code ..................................................9 caller group ............................................23 Network service

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Sending a text message (Write Calendar (Menu 8) ......................................50 messages menu 1-3)............................34 Infrared (Menu 9) .......................................51 Picture messages (Menu 1-4) ...........36 Setting the devices ready for infrared Message settings (Menu 1-5) ...........37 connection ..............................................51 Info service (Menu 1-6)......................38 Receiving data via the IR port...........52 Fax or data call (Menu 1-7

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VEHICLE .........................................................70 Mobile Charger (LCH-9) ..................... 70 Plug and Play Handsfree (PPH-1) ..........70 Clip-on Kit (SKB-2) ....................................71 Carrying case (CSJ-2) ................................72 Index ............................................. 73 Copyright © 2004 Nokia. All rights reserved. 7

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For your safety Read these simple guidelines. ACCESSORIES AND Breaking the rules may be dangerous BATTERIES or illegal. Further detailed informa- Use only approved accessories and tion is given in this manual. batteries. Do not connect incom- patible products. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Don’t use a hand-held phone while MAKE BACKUP COPIES driving; park the vehicle first. Remember to make backup copies of all important data. INTERFERENCE All wireless phones may get inter- CONNECTING TO OTHER fer

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General information This chapter gives you some general Note: Dual band function- information on your new phone and ality is a network depend- this owner’s guide. ent feature. Check with your local operator if you can subscribe to and use Labels on the this functionality. phone A number of features included in this guide are called network services. Your phone has labels on it. These are They are special services provided by important for service and related pur- wireless service provide

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Accessories Typographics used Li-Ion battery BLB-2 is the manufac- in this guide turer-approved rechargeable battery The display texts which appear on the available for your phone. phone display are indicated in blue WARNING! This apparatus colour in this guide, for example call- is intended for use when ing. supplied with power from The display texts related to the selec- ACP-8, LCH-9 and DCV-1B tion keys and are indicat- battery chargers. Other us- ed in bold, for example Menu. Only

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Your phone 1. Your phone Keys This chapter introduces you to the keys and the standby mode display in- dicators of your phone. More infor- mation is given throughout this user’s guide. 1. Power key. Pressing and holding the When writing a message, moves power key on top of your phone the cursor to the left and moves switches the phone on or off. the cursor to the right. When pressed briefly in the standby 4. Answers a call and dials a mode or during a call, it opens the list phone nu

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6. Selection keys. Each of these keys and bar performs the function indicated on Shows the signal strength of the the display above it. cellular network at your current Pressing and holding Names ac- location. The higher the bar, the tivates voice dialling. stronger the signal. 7. Ends or rejects a call. and bar Exits from a function. Shows the battery charge level. The higher the bar, the more power there is in the battery. Connectors X X X X Stands for the network operator name. 2

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Getting started 2. Getting started Installing the SIM card and the Battery  Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small children.  The SIM card and its contacts can 3. Insert your SIM card under the easily be damaged by scratches or metal plate. Make sure that the bending, so be careful when han- golden connectors are facing dling, inserting or removing the downwards, i.e. facing the con- card. nector on the phone, and that the  Before installing the SIM card, al- bevelle

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4. Replace the battery. It may damage the charger con- nector. 2. Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet. The battery indi- cator bar starts to scroll. The text Charging is briefly displayed if the phone is switched on. You can use the phone while charging. 5. Slide the back cover into its place. NOTE: If the battery is to- tally flat, it may take a few minutes before the charging indi- cation appears on the display or any calls can be made. The charging time depends on the charger and

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Getting started NOTE: Your phone has a Switching the phone built-in antenna. As with any other radio-transmitting de- on and off vice, do not touch the anten- Press and hold the power key. na unnecessarily when the phone is switched on. Con- tact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than oth- erwise needed. Not touching the antenna area during a phone call optimizes the antenna per- formance and the talktime of your phone. If t

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3. Call functions You can skip this step if you wish. Making and 4. Use and to reach the answering calls desired name. 5. Press to call the number. Making calls Last number redial 1. Key in the phone number including The last ten phone numbers you called the area code. or attempted to call are stored in the To edit a number on the display, phone’s memory. To redial one of press or to move the these last-dialled numbers: cursor. Press Clear to delete the 1. When in standby mode, pre

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Call functions an incoming call will also divert the 1. Press and hold in the stand- call. See ‘Call Divert’. by mode. NOTE: When somebody is calling you, 2. If the phone asks for the voice the phone flashes the caller’s name or mailbox number, key it in and phone number or the text Call. If more press OK. You obtain this number than one name is found in the phone from your service provider. book with the same last seven digits as To edit this number at a later time, the caller’s phon

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Hold or Unhold to hold or release 3. When the new call has been an- a call swered, join it in the conference call by pressing Options. Then New call to make a call scroll to Conference and press when you have a Select. call in progress 4. To add a new participant to the Send DTMF to send touch call, repeat steps 1 and 2. tones (DTMF tones) 5. To have a private conversation End all calls to end all calls with a single participant, press Names to access the Options, scroll to Private and

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Call functions To lock the keypad NOTE: When Keyguard is on, calls may be possi- ble to the emergency number programmed into your phone (e.g. 112 or other official emer- gency number). Key in the emergency number and press . The number is displayed only after you have keyed in its last digit.  While on the standby mode, press Menu and then quickly. When the keypad is locked, appears at the top of the display. To unlock the keypad  Press Unlock and then quickly. When the keyguard

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4. Phone book (Names) You can store phone numbers and 4. Scroll to SIM card or Phone and their associated names in the memory press OK. of the phone (internal phone book) or SIM card memory is indicated by the SIM card (SIM phone book). The the symbol on the display internal phone book can store 250 and phone memory by the symbol names (each of which can have up to . 20 characters) and phone numbers NOTE: After the SIM card is changed, (each of which can have up to 30 dig- the SIM ph


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