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Application Memory Card guide
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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 AIRCRAFT Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them
Table of contents Introduction 1 To insert the memory card 1 Extra memory for storing your data 2 To install new applications directly on the memory card 4 To backup and restore data using the memory card 5 To use the memory card tool 6 WAP services 7 WAP services settings 8 Bookmarks 10 To navigate WAP services 12 Find 14 Search criteria 14 Documents found view 17 To save search results 17 To save the search criteria 18 Quick imaging 19 To define settings 19 To send images 19 Troubleshooting 2
1. Introduction 1 This Application Memory Card guide includes information on the Application Memory Card for Nokia 9110 and 9110i communicators. On the memory card there are three pre-installed applications: WAP services, Find, and Quick imaging. This Application Memory Card guide includes information on: inserting and using the application memory card, installing new applications to your communicator and on the memory card, and information on how to use the new applicatio
2 5 Close the hatch and replace the battery. Figure 1 IMPORTANT! Keep all memory cards out of small children’s reach. Make sure that the hatch is closed before replacing the battery! Do not remove the memory card in the middle of an operation. Be sure to close all memory card applications before removing the card. If you are installing an application to the memory card and you need to reboot the communicator, do not remove the card until the reboot is complete. Otherwise the application files ma
3 You can find WAP services under the Internet application. See figure 3. Find and Quick imaging applications can be found under the System application. To view files stored on the memory card, select Open in the Notes application. Press the Menu button to create a new folder, or to copy or move files between the communicator and the memory card. Figure 3 To create a new contacts database on your memory card, press the Menu button in the Contacts application and select New contacts database. Se
4 your memory card by selecting Voice recorder in the Extras application. Figure 5 To install new applications directly on the memory card You may wish to install applications on the memory card to save memory space in the communicator. Note: It is highly recommended that you install the WAP services application on the memory card and not into the memory of the communicator. The WAP services, Find, and Quick imaging applications can be found on the CD-ROM under the directory d:\\9110_sw (subst
5 To backup and restore data using the memory card To make backups of various communicator data to the card, select Backup/ Restore in the System application and choose Settings to change the Connection type to Memory card. Figure 6 Proceed by selecting Backup. Figure 7 To make backups of the data on your memory card to your PC, use the PC Suite for Nokia 9110 Communicator program. Click on the Backup/Restore icon and ensure that the Memory card box is checked. Proceed to backup. Note: When re
6 To use the memory card tool To check that the card is ready for use, select Memory card tool in the System application and press Check card. See figure 8. Note: If you rename your card, the new name has to be in capital letters. WARNING! Do not try to format the extra application memory card as this will destroy all data, including the pre- installed applications, on your memory card. Figure 8 ©2000 Nokia Mobile Phones. All rights reserved.
7 2. WAP services The WAP services application can be used to access Internet services which are based on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). These services can contain news, weather reports, flight times, dictionaries, etc. Note: The content of each service depends on the content provider of that service. To use such a service, follow the instructions provided by the content provider. To obtain access to WAP services, you need: to be in a network which supports data calls, to have a da
8 Differences between the WWW and WAP services applications The WAP services application is similar to the WWW application in the Nokia 9110 Communicator but there are two significant differences: The WAP services application uses a data call to access the WAP access points. However, the WAP access points are not the same as the ones defined in the Internet settings of your communicator. For the WAP services to function, you need to define WAP access points. Go to the WAP services application
9 Figure 2 The WAP access point settings are: Access point name — You can give the access point any name you prefer (max. 30 characters), for example the name of your WAP service provider, so that you are able to separate different access points from each other. Homepage — Write the homepage address to this field. Remember to include all the characters in the address given to you by your service provider. Phone number — The telephone number of the WAP access point. User name — Enter the user nam
10 Bookmarks Press Bookmarks in the application main view to open the Bookmarks list. The name of the WAP access point used for connecting to the bookmark is shown next to the bookmark title. See figure 3. Below the bookmarks list is the address field where you can enter the homepage address of the WAP service page you want to connect to. If you select a bookmark from the list, the address field shows the URL of the bookmark. Figure 3 To edit WAP services bookmarks 1 Press Add in the Bookmarks v
11 Note: Maximum of 50 bookmarks can be stored at one time. To connect to WAP services After you have set a valid WAP access point, you can start using the WAP services by pressing Home in the main view of the WAP services application. See figure 1. You will get a “Connecting to service” note, telling you about the progress of the connection. Note: Depending on the network configuration and load, establishing a connection may take up to one minute or even longer. To fetch items with a page alre
12 Save as document — saves the page content to the Downloaded files folder. Reload — reloads the current address from the network. You will have to start browsing the pages from the beginning. Back — opens the previous page if available. Clear cache— Empties the browser cache, all temporary files, and cookies. About — Shows general information about the browser. To navigate WAP services 1 To establish a connection, press Home or scroll to a bookmark in the Bookmarks list and press Go. Note: Som
13 To use the navigation commands WAP service pages have different commands. Here are some of the possible commands which may become available while browsing: Go — Select an active link and press Go to open a new WAP service page. Back — If you have browsed through at least two pages, Back allows you to fetch the previous page. Change — If the selected item is a selection list, press Change to open it. Select — After you have opened a selection list, you can use the Select button to select mult
14 3. Find With the Find application you are able to search for different kinds of documents and files which have been saved either in the memory of the communicator or on the memory card. Find application is able to search for: Calendar events, To-do list items and Memos, contact cards, short messages, mail messages, notes, faxes, tones (tunes and .WAV files), images (.GIF, .JPEG and .UPF files), WWW bookmarks, and folder names. The Find application searches for spe
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