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ISSUE 1 EN
Electronic user's guide released subject to
"Nokia User's Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998".
Um_spock3.bk Page 2 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM Copyright © Nokia Mobile Phones 1995-2000. All rights reserved. Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all of the contents in this document in any form without the prior written permission of Nokia is prohibited. Nokia and Nokia Connecting People are registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or tradenames of their respective owners. Nokia tune is a trade
Um_spock3.bk Page 3 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security. The products described in this manual conform to the European Council directives EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and TTE Directive (91/263/EEC). END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR SECURITY SOCKETS LAYER -SOFTWARE (“SSL”) READ THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE SSL. USE OF THE SSL SOFTWARE INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITION
Um_spock3.bk Page 4 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM ©2000 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
Um_spock3.bk Page 5 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM FOR YOUR SAFETY Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this manual. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Do not use the communicator while driving; park the vehicle first. INTERFERENCE All wireless phones may get interference which could affect performance. SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS Follow any regulations or rules. Switch off the phone near medical equipment. SWITCH OFF IN AIRC
Um_spock3.bk Page 6 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM Table of contents Introduction 1 About this manual 2 Facts about your communicator 3 Facts about cellular data transmission 4 Getting started 7 First start-up 7 Communicator display 10 Communicator keyboard 14 Communicator applications 15 Connectors 17 Battery 17 Special features 21 Communicator features 21 Document features 24 To transfer data from older communicator models 27 Computer connectivity 29 To use the PC Suite 29 To use the Nokia
Um_spock3.bk Page 7 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM Multiple calls 50 Telephone settings 53 Flight profile 57 Fax 59 To send faxes 59 To receive faxes 61 Fax settings 63 Short messages 65 To send short messages 66 To receive messages 67 Standard messages 68 Business cards 69 SMS settings 70 Internet 73 Internet settings 74 Mail 77 Mail settings 77 To send mail 80 To fetch mail 82 To read mail 83 World Wide Web 85 WWW settings 85 Bookmarks 86 To navigate in WWW 89 Terminal 92 Telnet 95 Notes
Um_spock3.bk Page 8 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM Weekly schedule 104 Daily schedule 105 Calendar booking 107 Alarms 109 To-do list 110 System 111 System settings 111 Security 113 User data 116 Memory 116 Infrared activation 117 Digital camera connectivity 118 Remote synchronisation 119 Fax modem 119 Data removal 120 Install/Remove software 121 Backup/Restore 121 Memory card tool 122 About this product 122 Extras 123 Calculator 123 Clock 124 Composer 127 Converter 130 Voice recorder 131 Pho
Um_spock3.bk Page 9 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM Help 139 To use the menus 139 Messages (Menu 1) 141 Call register (Menu 2) 142 Profiles (Menu 3) 144 Settings (Menu 4) 145 Call divert (Menu 5) 149 Recorder (Menu 6) 150 Troubleshooting 151 Care and maintenance 159 Important safety information 161 Glossary 165 Index 169 ©2000 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
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Um_spock3.bk Page 1 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 1 1. Introduction Congratulations on purchasing the Nokia 9110i Communicator. The Nokia 9110i Communicator is a complete communications tool: it is a wireless phone, messaging device, access terminal and a palmtop organiser in one pocketable package. Figure 1 The Nokia 9110i Communicator consists of two parts: the phone and the communicator interface. The phone is on the device cover (figure 1) and the communicator interface is under the cov
Um_spock3.bk Page 2 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 2 Both of these parts use the same resources and work closely together – they are not separate devices. For example, the phone uses the names and phone numbers stored in the Contacts directory of the communicator interface, and the communicator interface uses the phone for communicating with the “outside world”, for example, when sending or receiving faxes and connecting to the Internet. The communicator interface contains many organiser and
Um_spock3.bk Page 3 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 3 Note: In this manual, the names of the commands on the display are in bold and the settings and options are in italics. Facts about your communicator Services The GSM system provides a number of various wireless services, but they are not automatically enabled to the wireless phone user. Even though the Nokia 9110i Communicator represents the latest development in wireless phone technology, using its various communications applications
Um_spock3.bk Page 4 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 4 Contact information All contact information, such as names, addresses, phone numbers, that you store, goes into the Contacts directory. The phone, the communicator interface, and each of the applications have their own views of the Contacts directory. The information shown depends on the information the selected application can use. For example, when you are making a call via the phone, you can view the name and the phone number(s) of the
Um_spock3.bk Page 5 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 5 Dead spots and dropouts Dead spots are areas where radio signals cannot be received. Dropouts occur when the wireless phone user passes through an area where the radio signal is blocked or reduced by geographic or structural obstructions. Signal impairment Distance and obstacles can cause out-of-phase reflected signals that result in a loss of signal strength. Low signal strength Due to either distance or obstacles, the radio signal streng
Um_spock3.bk Page 6 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 6 ©2000 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
Um_spock3.bk Page 7 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 7 2. Getting started This chapter explains how to start up your communicator and install a SIM card, how the communicator operates, and how to supply power to the communicator. When you open the sales package, check that it contains the following: Nokia 9110i Communicator This User’s manual, the combined Quick guide and Accessories guide, Application Memory Card guide and the Solution guide Application Memory Card, which is already in
Um_spock3.bk Page 8 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 8 Figure 1 3 Slide the SIM card into the SIM card slot: make sure that the gold contacts of the SIM card are facing down and that the bevelled corner of the card is on the right. See figure 2. Figure 2 4 When the SIM card is properly inserted into the SIM card slot, the bevelled corner will remain visible. See figure 3. Figure 3 ©2000 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
Um_spock3.bk Page 9 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 9 Note: If an unacceptable SIM card is inserted, the message INVALID SIM CARD will be displayed. Should this happen, contact your dealer or network operator. 5 When you are sure that the SIM card is correctly installed, replace the battery. Note: The battery does not fit into place if the SIM card is not correctly installed. Do not force the battery into place! Check that you have inserted the SIM card into the slot as described above.
Um_spock3.bk Page 10 Thursday, June 1, 2000 10:11 AM 10 10Write the current time using the 24-hour format hh:mm, for example 17:25, and press OK. You can later change the time format in the System settings. 11 Enter your contact information in the user data card and press OK. You can later change the information in the User data application under System. The first start-up is now completed. After the start-up, do not immediately remove the battery, as the battery charges the backup battery t
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