Nokia CK-200 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia CK-200

Device: Nokia CK-200
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Date of adding : 2013-05-31 14:00:39
Number of pages: 47
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Nokia Car Kit CK-200
User and Installation Guide
Issue 2.0 EN

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Hereby, NOKIA CORPORATION declares that this CK-200 product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The product is in conformity with the limits defined in Directive 2004/104/EC (amending Directive 72/245/ EEC), Annex I, paragraph 6.5, 6.6, 6.8 and 6.9. A copy of the Declaration of Conformity can be found at http://www.nokia.com/phones/declaration_of_conformity/. © 2010-2011 Nokia. All rights reserved. No

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Contents For your safety......................... 5 3. Basic use ............................. 19 Copy contacts from Quick start................................ 6 connected devices............................... 19 First time setup...................................... 6 Manual copying................................ 19 Remote control ...................................... 6 Automatic copying .......................... 19 Calls......................................................... 19 1. Intr

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radio system ......................................... 37 Microphone....................................... 44 Installation using External antenna ............................. 44 the ISO cable CA-160..................... 38 Check the operation Installation using the power of the car kit......................................... 45 cable CA-153P and an external Care and maintenance........... 46 speaker................................................ 40 Installation using the power Additional

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For you r safety For your safety Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user and installation guide for further information. SWITCH ON SAFELY Do not switch the device on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to operate the vehicle while driving. Your first consideration while driving should be road safety. INTERFERENCE

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Q u ick star t Quick start This section briefly describes the basic features of the car kit. For details, see the respective sections in this guide. ■ First time setup 1. Switch on the car kit (see p. 15) and your mobile device. TM 2. If you are prompted to select a language, turn the Navi wheel (hereafter referred to as wheel) to scroll to the desired language, and press the wheel. 3. Activate Bluetooth on your device, and set up a Bluetooth connection between the car kit and the device. ■

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Qui c k start � To adjust the volume during a call or to scroll through menu items, turn the wheel left or right. � To select, for example, Menu in standby mode or the highlighted function in the menu, press the wheel. 4. Call key � To make or answer a call or to switch between an active call and a call on hold, press the call key. � To view the list of last dialled numbers in standby mode, press the call key. � To redial the last dialled number in standby mode, press the call key twice. 5.

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Int r odu ct ion 1. Introduction With the Nokia Car Kit CK-200, you can make and answer calls hands free. You can also copy the contacts list from your two compatible mobile devices to the car kit and view the copied contacts on the built- in display to make calls through the connected device. The car kit comes with a wireless remote control that allows you to easily operate the car kit from a distance. You can use Bluetooth to connect the car kit to two compatible devices at the same time.

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Introd uction Download and install the Nokia car kit updater application from www.nokia.com/support to a compatible computer. Use a USB data cable that has a standard USB plug at one end and a micro USB plug at the other end, to connect the car kit display to a computer. The cable is sold separately. Open the updater application, and follow the displayed instructions. Keep the USB cable connected while the software is being updated. ■ Bluetooth wireless technology Bluetooth wireless technolo

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G e t starte d 2. Get started ■ Parts The car kit contains the following parts: 1 2 3 4 5 1. Main unit CK-200 with display 2. Mounting plate for main unit CK-200 3. Remote control CU-13R with Navi wheel 4. Steering wheel mount for remote control CU-13R 5. CD that contains this guide In addition, the sales package includes cables and other parts that are needed when installing the car kit. 10

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Get starte d ■ Remote control CU-13R You can use the remote control to operate the car kit. The device has a Navi wheel that you can turn or press. 1. Voice dialling / mute key 2. Switch key 3. Navi wheel 4. Call key 5. End key ■ Display and standby mode Display parts The display has the 1 following parts: 1. Power key 2. Microphone 2 3. Micro USB connector, used to update the car kit software from a compatible computer 3 Attach the display to the mounting plate To use the car kit, slide

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G e t starte d Rotate the display When the display is attached to the dashboard using the supplied mounting plate, you can rotate the display in the ball joint up to about 15 degrees left, right, up, or down. Do not try to force the display to rotate further. Information displayed in standby mode When you switch on the car kit, 1 2 3 it enters standby mode. In standby mode, the following 4 information is displayed when 5 the car kit is connected to a compatible device: 1. The signal st

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Get starte d To search for a contact in the contacts list of the car kit, turn the wheel right. To view the last dialled numbers, press the call key. See also “Recent calls”, p. 23. Display indicators You have an active call. You have a call on hold. There is an incoming call. There is an outgoing call. You have missed calls in the device that is displayed above the indicator. The call is switched to the connected mobile device. The Multipoint connection feature is activated, and you can con

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G e t starte d ■ Insert the remote control battery The wireless remote control is powered by one CR2032 lithium coin cell battery. Replace the battery only with the same or equivalent type. 1. Slide the cover away from the device (1). 2. Insert the battery with the negative (-) terminal pointing towards the circuit board, and slide the cover back into place (2). To avoid short-circuits that may damage the battery, do not handle or store the battery with metal objects. To avoid battery le

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Get starte d ■ Navigate the menus To open the list of menu functions in standby mode, press the wheel when Menu is displayed. To scroll to an item (such as a menu function) or through a list, turn the wheel. To select an item, scroll to the item, and press the wheel. To return to the previous menu level, press the end key. To return from the menu functions to standby mode, press and hold the end key for about 2 seconds. ■ Switch the car kit on or off If you are not certain whether the ignitio

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G e t starte d disconnect your device from the car kit (for example, to take it with you), the car kit automatically switches off after 10 minutes. Tip: After you turn off the car engine, do not leave the mobile device connected to the car kit, to prevent accidental draining of the car battery. ■ First time use When you switch on the car kit for the first time, you are asked to select the language to use. Turn the wheel to scroll to the desired language, and press the wheel. After the langu

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Get starte d In some devices, you may need to make the connection separately after pairing. If pairing succeeds, the car kit is displayed in the list of currently paired Bluetooth devices in your device, and the paired device is displayed in the Connection manager menu of the car kit. When the car kit is connected to your device and ready for use, the Bluetooth name of the device is displayed. Connect the car kit manually When you switch on the car kit, it tries to connect to one or two last

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G e t starte d When you switch on the car kit and it connects to two devices, the first connected device becomes the primary device and the other device the secondary device. In standby mode, the name of the primary device is shown above the secondary one. To set the secondary device as primary or vice versa, press the switch key. 18

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Bas i c us e 3. Basic use ■ Copy contacts from connected devices You can copy contacts (names and phone numbers) from compatible mobile devices that you connect to the car kit. is displayed during copying. Copying may take several minutes, depending on the number of contacts. While the contacts are being copied, you cannot use the car kit. Manual copying To manually copy contacts of the connected (primary) device if it supports the PBAP Bluetooth profile or AT commands, in standby mode, se

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Bas i c us e You can only use the contacts of connected devices if you have copied them to the car kit. Make a call You can use the remote control to make calls only on the primary device. To make a call on the secondary device, set the device as primary, or make the call from that device. Instead of using the remote control, you can also make a call from the connected device. Use the device in the normal way for calling. To end the call (or cancel the call attempt), press the end key. If th


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