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nse6nx.frm Page 2 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation, Finland. ©1998. Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved. Nokia Mobile Phones operates a policy of continuous development. Therefore, we reserve the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.
nse6nx.frm Page 3 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Quick and Easy Congratulations for choosing this Nokia phone! These pages provide some basic tips on using your phone. For more detailed information, read through the User’s Guide. Making Your First Call 1 With the phone battery removed, insert your SIM card. Install and charge the battery. See Chapter ‘Getting Started’ for details. 2 Switch on your phone by pressing and holding . Wait until the operator name appears on the display. 3 Key in
nse6nx.frm Page 4 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Using Phone Book during a Call To access the Phone Book during a call, press Options, select Names. Speed Dialling Press a number key - , press . If the Speed Dialling func- tion in menu 4-3-3 is activated, press and hold the corresponding number key - until the call is started. Calling your voicemailbox Press and hold . If the phone requests your voice mailbox number, key it in and press OK. Essential Shortcuts Locking the Keypad /
nse6nx.frm Page 5 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Contents Erasing a Name and Phone For Your Safety ................... 8 Number ...........................................26 Using This Guide ................................9 Assigning a Phone Number as a About Labels and Security Code ...9 Speed Dial Number......................26 Caller Groups.................................27 1. Your Phone .....................10 Phone Book Status.......................29 The Display Indicators ..........
nse6nx.frm Page 6 Wednesday, July 8, 1998 1:54 PM Erase Recent Call Lists Call Barring Service (Menu 2-4).....................................44 (Menu 4-5-2).................................55 Show Call Duration (Menu 2-5)44 Fixed Dialling (Menu 4-5-3) .....56 Show Call Costs (Menu 2-6).....45 Closed User Group (Menu 4-5-4).................................56 Call Cost Settings (Menu 2-7) .45 Security Level (Menu 4-5-5).....56 Change Access Codes 8. Profiles (Menu 4-5-6)....................
nse6nx.frm Page 7 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM mark.................................................71 An Example of Downloading and Using a Nokia Service.................72 Other Services .................................73 Saving a Service Address...........73 Accessing a Service .....................73 16. Reference Information 75 Access Codes ...................................75 Security Code (5 digits)..............75 PIN Code (4 to 8 digits)..............75 PIN2 Code (4 to 8 digits).
nse6nx.frm Page 8 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM For Your Safety Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be danger- ous or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this manual. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Don’t use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first. INTERFERENCE All wireless phones may get interference which could affect per- formance. SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS Follow any regulations or rules. Switch phone off near medical equipment. SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAF
nse6nx.frm Page 9 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES When connecting to any other device, read its user’s guide for de- tailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products. Remember to make backup copies of all important data. MAKING CALLS Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Enter the phone number, including the area code, then press . To end a call press . To answer a call press . EMERGENCY CALLS Ensure the phone is switched on and in servic
nse6nx.frm Page 10 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM 1. Your Phone The phone is equipped with the keys described below. Throughout this guide, all key presses are represented by icons such as and . Power key This key is located at the top of your phone. It switches the phone on or off. Pressing this key briefly while the display is clear: enters the list of Profiles. Pressing this key briefly while in the Phone Book or Menu func- tions will turn the phone’s dis- play light on for 15 seco
nse6nx.frm Page 11 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Your Phone Volume keys (1) and In- frared (IR) port (2) (see picture on the left) and headset connector (see picture on the right) The Display Indicators Display indicators and icons inform you about the operation of the phone. Indicators and icons related to the different phone functions are explained later in this User’s Guide. Clear Display The indicators described below are shown when the phone is ready for use, and no characters have
nse6nx.frm Page 12 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM The Selection Keys Below the display you can find two so-called selection keys. Their functions depend on the guide texts shown on the display above the keys. For example, when there is the word ‘Menu’ above the key, pressing this key enters the Menu functions. Similarly, pressing the key under the word ‘Names’ allows ac- cess to the Phone book functions. In this User Guide, the selection keys are indicated by the relevant guiding text
nse6nx.frm Page 13 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Getting Started 2. Getting Started Installing the SIM card • Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of small children. • The SIM card and its contacts can easily be damaged by scratch- es or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or remov- ing the card. • Before installing the SIM card, always make sure that the phone is switched off and remove the battery. 1 With the back of the phone facing you, press the locking catch of t
nse6nx.frm Page 14 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Removing the SIM card Remove the SIM card carefully using for example a pen: see the picture below. Charging the Battery 1 Connect the lead from the charger to the bottom of the phone. 2 Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet and the bat- tery indicator bar starts to scroll. Use only the follow- ing chargers: ACP-7, LCH-9 or ACT-1. The text Charging is briefly displayed if the phone is switched on. You can use the phone while it is char
nse6nx.frm Page 15 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Getting Started 3 The battery is fully charged when the battery indicator bar stops scrolling, and the text Battery full is briefly displayed if the phone is switched on. Charging time depends on the charger and battery used. 4 Disconnect the charger from the AC outlet and the phone. If the text Not charging is displayed, charging has been sus- pended. Wait for a while, disconnect the charger, plug it in again and retry. If charging still f
nse6nx.frm Page 16 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM TIPS ON EFFICIENT OPER- ATION: Your phone has a built-in antenna (see pic- ture). As with any other ra- dio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna un- necessarily when the phone is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed. Using the Sliding Cover The sliding cover protects your phone’s number keys and can be used to answer and to end
nse6nx.frm Page 17 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Call Functions 3. Call Functions Making and Answering Calls Making Calls 1 Key in the phone number including the area code. To edit a number on the display, press to move the cursor to the right and to move it to the left. Press Clear to delete the character to the left of the cursor. 2 Press to call the number. 3 Press to end the call (or to cancel the call attempt). TIP: You can also end the call by closing the sliding cover. Internati
nse6nx.frm Page 18 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Last Number Redial The last ten phone numbers you called or attempted to call are stored in the phone’s memory. To redial one of these last-dialled numbers: 1 With display clear, press once to access the list of the last- dialled numbers. 2 Use or to reach the desired number or name. Calling Your Voice Mailbox 1 Press and hold when the display is clear. 2 If the phone asks for the voice mailbox number, key it in and press OK. You obtain
nse6nx.frm Page 19 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM Call Functions Answering Calls • Open the sliding cover to answer an incoming call. If the sliding cover is already open, press to answer the call. • Press to end the call. You can also end the call by closing the sliding cover. TIP: To reject an incoming call, press . If the ‘Divert when busy’ function is activated to divert calls, for example to your voice mailbox, re- jecting an incoming call will also divert the call. See chapter 10
nse6nx.frm Page 20 Friday, July 3, 1998 12:48 PM In-Call Options Your phone provides a number of control functions that you can use during a call. You cannot utilise all of these functions at all times. Many of the In-Call options are network services. By pressing Op- tions during a call the following In-Call options may be available: Hold or Unhold to hold or release a call New Call to make a call when you have a call in progress Send DTMF to send DTMF tones End all calls to end all calls
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