Nokia 636 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 636

Device: Nokia 636
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c1caus.frm Page 1 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM
OWNER’S MANUAL
NOKIA 636
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c1caus.frm Page 2 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM NOKIA and the Arrows logo are registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation, Finland. © 1996 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous improve- ment, therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and im- provements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice. Issue 4 2

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c1caus.frm Page 3 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION................... 5 KEYS AND DISPLAY INDICATORS......................... 9 List of Keys ..................................................................................... 9 Display Indicators...................................................................... 10 Display Editing ........................................................................... 11 GETTING STARTED.........................

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c1caus.frm Page 4 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM USING THE MENU FACILITY ............................... 30 Menu Method............................................................................. 30 Shortcut Method ....................................................................... 30 List of Menu Functions............................................................ 31 Descriptions of Menu Functions ........................................... 31 STORE TO MEMORY (MENU 1) ...........

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c1caus.frm Page 5 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM 1. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Traffic Safety • Do not use a hand-held phone while driving a vehicle. If using a hand-held phone, 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

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c1caus.frm Page 6 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM • Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive ma- terials in the same compartment as a cellular phone or any of its parts or accessories. • 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-lock braking systems, electronic cruise cont

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c1caus.frm Page 7 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM To make an emergency call: 1 If the phone is not on, switch it on by pressing and holding the PWR key. 2 Press and hold the CLR key for several seconds to ready the phone for calls. 3 Enter the emergency number for your present location (e.g., 911 or another official emergency number). Emergency num- bers vary by location. 4 Press the SEND key. If certain features are in use (e.g., Keyguard), you may first need to turn those feature

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c1caus.frm Page 8 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Using This Guide The cellular phone described in this guide is approved for use in AMPS networks. A number of features included in this guide are called Network Services. They are special services provided by cellular service pro- viders. 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 may then activate and use the functions as descr

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c1caus.frm Page 9 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM 2. KEYS AND DISPLAY INDICATORS List of Keys PWR Press and hold the key to switch the phone on and off. ABC Used to switch between alpha and numeric modes. MENU Used to enter the menu facility. Press the MENU key and then scroll through the menu functions by using the arrow key ( ), or press first the MENU key and then a menu shortcut number. (See Shortcut Method on page 30.) OK Used to confirm a setting in the menu facility. Also used t

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c1caus.frm Page 10 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Display Indicators AB Indicates which network is currently in use: A system only B system only AB both systems Blank home area only ABC Indicates that the phone is in ALPHA mode and letters can be entered or displayed. MENU Indicates that the MENU key has been pressed and you are in the menu facility. Indicates the number of a menu function or phone directory memory location. ON Indicates that the phone is switched on. ROAM The symbo

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c1caus.frm Page 11 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Display Editing The display can be edited using the CLR key. • Press the CLR key once to delete the last digit. • Press the CLR key repeatedly to delete digits one by one. • Press and hold the CLR key to clear the whole display. Clearing the whole display restores the display to the numeric mode. The phone can display up to 16 digits. If you enter more than this (max. 32 digits), the first digits will run-off the display, and you c

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c1caus.frm Page 12 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM 3. GETTING STARTED Installing the Battery To install the Battery: 1 Place the battery onto the rear of 2. the phone (1). 1. 2 Push the battery towards the catch until it clicks into place (2). 3 Make sure the battery is properly installed. To remove the Battery: 1 Switch off the power before removing the battery. 2 Press the locking catch at the top of the battery and slide the battery down and off the phone. Battery Charge Indic

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c1caus.frm Page 13 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM • Note: A new battery must be fully charged before being used for the first time. • Battery charging times depend on the type of battery and charger used. Battery operation times depend greatly on how you use the batteries, as well as on the coverage of the network and network parameters set by the cellular service provider. • If the battery is too hot or cold, the charging may be interrupt- ed until the battery reaches its normal o

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c1caus.frm Page 14 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM 4. GENERAL FUNCTIONS Switching On/Off If your phone has an extendable antenna, extend the antenna ful- ly. As with any other radio transmitting device, avoid unnecessary contact with the antenna when the phone is switched on. 1 Press and hold the PWR key for one second to switch on the phone. • The phone will carry out a short self-test briefly displaying its activated phone number. The phone is ready for use when the indicators ON,

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c1caus.frm Page 15 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Receiving a Call When there is an incoming call, the phone will give a ringing tone and the CALL message will flash on the display. • If you have set the menu function Ringing Volume to SILENT SERVICE, the keypad and display lights will flash, the CALL message will flash on the display and only a short beep tone will be given. You can answer a call any time, even while using the memory or menu functions. To answer a call: 1 Press

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c1caus.frm Page 16 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Last Number Redial The last five phone numbers you called or attempted to call (and associated names if entered) are stored in the phone's memory lo- cation 0 (L0-L4). This stack of the five last dialed numbers remains in the phone's memory when the phone is switched off. To redial a last number dialed: 1 If there are any characters on the display, clear the display by pressing and holding the CLR key. 2 Press the SEND key to displa

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c1caus.frm Page 17 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM 9 Key Emergency Dialing If the menu function emergency Key 9 is set to on (EMERG. 9 ON), you can make an emergency call to the emergency number pro- grammed into your phone by pressing and holding the 9 key. • The phone dials the the emergency programmed into the phone displays the message EMERG. CALL TRY . Note: The official emergency numbers vary by location (e.g., 911 or another official emergency number). However, only one emerg

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c1caus.frm Page 18 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Keyguard The phone's keypad may be locked to prevent unintended key- presses from being made when the phone is, for example, in a pocket or a bag. No security code is required to activate or deac- tivate this keyguard feature. To activate the keyguard: 1 Press the MENU key and then the ✱ key. You can also activate the keyguard by pressing and holding the END key. This is a convenient way to activate the keyguard when you end a call.

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c1caus.frm Page 19 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM Calling Card Call Note: This feature may not be operational in all countries. When making a call, the call charges can be directed to a selected calling card company, if the card number is sent to the network during the call setup. Before making an automatic calling card call, you have to activate one of the calling card option from the menu function CALLING CARD. To make an automatic calling card call: 1 Enter the desired area cod

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c1caus.frm Page 20 Thursday, December 19, 1996 12:46 PM 5. USING THE MEMORY Standard Memory Locations Your phone has 40 standard alpha-numeric memory locations. Memory locations 1-20 (short) can hold phone numbers of up to 16 digits and names of up to 16 characters. Memory locations 21- 40 (long) can hold numbers of up to 32 digits and names of up to 16 characters. Note: If you try to store a digit string of over 16 characters in a short memory location (locations 1-20) the message DIGITS


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