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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.
For Your Safety FOR YOUR SAFETY QUALIFIED SERVICE Read these simple guidelines. Only qualified service personnel must Breaking the rules may be dangerous or install or repair equipment. Use only illegal. Further detailed information is approved accessories and batteries. given in this manual. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT Don’t use a hand-held phone while Mobile phones can cause interference. driving; park the vehicle first. Using them on aircraft is illegal. SWITCH OFF
Quick Start Here are a few basic instructions about using your new Nokia 550 phone: 1 Attach the battery to the phone. 2 Connect the charger to the bottom of the phone. 3 To switch the phone on/ off, press . To make a call: 4 If your phone is within the network service area (if the O symbol appears on the display), you can make a call. 5 To make a call, key in the desired phone number (including the area code). 6 Press to make a call. 7 Press to end a call. To receive a call: 1 Press .
Contents For Your Safety...............................................2 Call Register (Menu 0) ....................................... 17 Recent Calls (Menu 0 0) .................................. 17 Quick Start......................................................3 Call Duration (Menu 0 1)................................. 17 1. Basic Information.......................................5 Messages (Menu 1) ............................................. 17 Using This Guide .........................
1. Basic Information Press and hold to switch the phone on or Using This Guide off. The cellular phone described in this guide is approved for use in a NMT 450 network. A Press to switch to alpha mode and key number of features included in this guide are in or display letters; press again to switch called Network Services provided by cellular back to numeric mode. service providers. Before you can take advantage of any of these Network Services, you Press to del
O Display Indicators Service indicator. Indicates that you are in a cellular service area. If it does not appear, you are outside the service area and the network cannot serve you. Roam indicator. Comes on when the NMT network cannot transmit calls to your phone. Press to reregister the phone on the system, or try to make a call. ABC and bar (left side of display) Alpha mode indicator. Shows that the phone is in alpha mode and letters can be keyed in or Signal strength indicator. T
The battery can be charged and discharged Charging A New Battery hundreds of times, but it will eventually wear Before you can use your phone, you must fully out. When the operating time (talk-time and charge the battery. A new battery must be standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal, charged for at least 16 hours before being used it is time to buy a new battery. for the first time. Attach the battery to the NiMH battery performance will vary with the phone and connect the char
the battery (metal strips on the back of the Accessories battery), for example, when you carry a spare An extensive range is available for your phone. battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting You can select these according to your special the terminals may damage the battery or the communication needs. For availability of connecting object. accessories, check with your local dealer. When - Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as you disconnect the power cord of a
2. Basic Functions For example, when calling abroad from Finland, Making A Call instead of dialling 1 Key in the number (include the area code, 990 010 81 123 456 even if you are making a local call). + 010 81 123 456 can be used. If you make a mistake you can delete the last 1 Press the key twice to insert number by pressing or clear the whole a + character. display, by pressing and holding for half a second. If you also store all of your domesti
identified and the call is diverted, the message 1-Touch Dialling DIVERTED CALL appears on the display. Keys 1-9 dial predefined numbers stored in 1 Press to take the call. memory locations 1-9. Note: before you can use the 1-Touch Dialling function, you must first When you have finished speaking, press . store a number in one of the locations 1-9 and If you don’t answer the call, the message make sure you have switched the 1-Touch 1MISSED CALL appears on the display. If the Diall
To lock the keypad: Muting The Microphone 1 Press Menu and . The muting feature allows you to switch off the phone’s microphone, so you can have a private To unlock the keypad: conversation with other people during a call. 1 Press Unlock and . Press the Menu selection key and hold it down The KEYPAD LOCKED message appears on the briefly to mute the microphone. The MUTED display. When any key is pressed the Press message is shown. Press and hold the Menu key Unlock and then * message
3. The Memory The phone has 97 standard memory locations (before the ABC indicator flashes). If the which allow you to store information as follows: character displayed is not the character you want, press the key again (before the ABC • Phone numbers of up to 30 digits each indicator flashes) and if you still don’t have • Names of up to 20 letters each the character you want, press the key a third Numbers and letters
2 Press Memory, Save. The phone will ask you Or: to specify a memory location number SAVE 1 Press and hold to clear the display. IN LOCATION. 2 Press Memory, Save, Save. The phone will 3 Press OK if you want the information stored ask you to specify a memory location number in the first available memory location. Location to be erased: Otherwise, key in a memory location number. 3 Key in the number of the memory location you want to clear and press Erase. The message 4 The message SAV
(If no name was stored with the number, the Scratchpad Memory display will be blank). Press again if you In addition to its 97 permanent memory want to return to the number display. locations, the phone has one short-term 4 Call the number by pressing . memory location (00), where a telephone number (and a name ) keyed in during a call is temporarily stored. The number is cleared from Scanning For A Number memory when the phone is switched off. 1 To scan the entire memory, use the or
4. The Menu Facility The menu allows you to check and change the The Menu Shortcut settings for certain functions, e.g. whether they 1 Press the Menu selection key. are currently switched on or off. You can scroll through the menu with the or keys to 2 Press the number of the desired menu. enter a function or to use a shortcut by pressing For example, to enter Menu 0, press Menu and the Menu key and number of the desired menu then 0. Similarily, to enter the submenu 0 1, (see instruct
Menu 0 CALL REGISTER 0 RECENT CALLS 0 DIALLED CALLS 1 RECEIVED CALLS 2 MISSED CALLS 3 ERASE ALL RECENT CALLS 1 CALL DURATION 0 LAST CALL 1 OUTGOING CALLS 2 INCOMING CALLS 3 RESET COUNTERS Menu 1 MESSAGES 0 READ MESSAGES 1 WRITE MESSAGES 2 LISTEN TO VOICE MESSAGES 3 RETRIEVE MESSAGES 4 MESSAGE SETTINGS 0 MESSAGE CENTRE NUMBER 1 VOICE MAILBOX NUMBER 2 ENCRYPTION KEY 3 ENCRYPTION Menu 2 PHONE SETTINGS 0 COUNTRY 1 LIGHTS 2 KEYPAD TONES 3 LANGUAGE 4 BATTERY CARE 5 CLOCK Men
network features, rounding-off for billing, and Menu Functions so forth. You can enter all the Menu functions described on the following pages in the same way as in Messages (Menu 1) examples CALL REGISTER (Menu 0) or MESSAGES (Menu 1). Your phone can also be used for sending and receiving SMS messages. This function is a network service and operational only if the Call Register (Menu 0) network supports it. With Menu function 0, you can get information indicates that an SMS messa
3 With Options selection key you get a list If the voice mailbox number is not stored in the (Save, Send, Erase). Use the and keys phone’s memory, a message NO VOICE MAILBOX to scroll through these options. NUMBER will appear on the display. Use submenu 1 4 1 to store the voice mailbox 4 To select an option, e.g. to Send a message, number. press the OK selection key. 5 The phone will ask for recipient’s number Retrieve Messages (Menu 1 3) (Number:). This menu function is needed only
store the voice mailbox number in the phone’s Phone Settings (Menu 2) memory by using this submenu function. 1 Press Menu 1 4 1 to enter the ‘Voice Country (Menu 2 0) mailbox number’ submenu. There are 18 selectable country codes in the 2 Key in the voice mailbox number provided by phone’s memory. If you go to another country the local network operator. using the NMT network and wish to use your phone there, you must select the correct 3 Press the OK selection key. country code (FI, NO, S
Clock (Menu 2 5) Change Lock Code (Menu 3 1) This menu function allows you to check the time To change the lock code of your phone: on your phone, but only if the network supports 1 Press Menu 3 1 to enter the Change Lock the function. Time is shown on the third display Code submenu. The phone asks you to key in row when the phone is in idle mode, conversation the five-digit security code supplied by your mode or when the phone’s keypad is locked. dealer (Security code:). Enter Menu 2 5 a
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