Nokia NAVIGATOR 6110 user manual

User manual for the device Nokia NAVIGATOR 6110

Device: Nokia NAVIGATOR 6110
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Number of pages: 65
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Electronic user´s guide released subject to “Nokia User´s Guides Terms and Conditions, 7th June, 1998”.
User’s Guide
Issue 2

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Nokia is a registered trademark of Nokia Corporation, Finland. Copyright (C) 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.

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Quick Guide SWITCHING ON / OFF Press and hold MAKING A CALL Key in area code and phone number, then press ANSWERING A CALL ENDING / REJECTING A CALL REDIALLING THE LAST DIALLED twice (with display clear) NUMBER CALLING YOUR VOICE MAILBOX Press and hold ADJUSTING THE EARPIECE VOLUME Use keys on side of phone CLEARING THE DISPLAY LOCKING / UNLOCKING THE KEYPAD Menu, then (within 3 secs) / Unlock, then SELECTING A USER ENVIRONMENT quickly (with display clear), or for desired profile, O

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Menu functions ENTERING A MENU FUNCTION Menu, or to choose desired func- tion, Select VIEWING A MENU HELP TEXT Wait for 10 seconds (with desired func- tion displayed) USER ENVIRONMENT (PROFILE) First: Menu, choose Profiles, Select, choose desired profile, SETTINGS: Options, choose Personalise, OK • INCOMING CALL ALERT Then: • RINGING TONE • RINGING VOLUME • Incoming call alert: Choose Incoming call alert, Select, choose desired alert type, OK • Ringing tone or volume: Choose Ringing to

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Table of Contents Quick Guide................................................3 5. Phone Book Functions ....................... 20 Keying in a Name .......................................... 20 Table of Contents ......................................5 Keying in a Phone Number .......................... 21 For Your Safety..........................................7 Storing a Phone Number with a Name 1. Quick Start ............................................9 (Add entry) .........................

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6. Menu Functions..................................28 Phone settings (Menu 4-4)......................44 Language (Menu 4-4-1) ......................44 Accessing the Menu Functions ...................28 Cell info display (Menu 4-4-2)..........45 By scrolling...................................................28 List of own numbers (Menu 4-4-3)..45 By shortcut...................................................28 Welcome note (Menu 4-4-4).............45 Exiting from the Menu Functions ..............

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For Your Safety Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further de- tailed information is given in this manual. ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST USE QUALIFIED SERVICE Don’t use a hand-held phone while Only qualified service personnel driving; park the vehicle first. must install or repair equipment. INTERFERENCE ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES Use only approved accessories and All wireless phones may get inter- batteries. Do not connect incom- ference which could affect

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Using This Guide The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use on the GSM network. A number of features included in this guide are called Network Services. They are special services provided by wireless service providers. Before you can take advantage of any of these Network Services, you must subscribe to these service(s) from your home service provider and obtain instructions for their use. WARNING! • Use only batteries, charger and accessories approved by the phone manuf

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1. Quick Start Congratulations for choosing this Nokia phone! This chapter describes how to make your first call and gives a hint on the wealth of features that the phone offers. environments by simply selecting a proper Making Your First Call ‘profile’. See page 40 for details. 1 With the battery removed, insert the A quick way to select a profile is as fol- SIM card (for details, see page 12). lows: 2 Install and charge the battery (see 1 Press the power key ( ) quickly when page 13). th

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2. Your Phone List of Keys The phone is provided with the keys given below. Throughout this guide, all key presses are represented by icons such as and . Power key Switches the phone on or off. Infrared (IR) port When pressed briefly when the dis- play is clear or during a call: Enters the list of profiles. When pressed briefly while in the Phone book or menu functions: Turns the lights on for 15 seconds. Selection keys Each of these keys performs the Vol- function indicated by the te

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The Display Indicators The Selection Keys Display indicators inform you about the Below the display you can find two so- current operation of the phone. called selection keys. The indicators described below are shown Their functions depend on the guiding when the phone is ready for use, with no texts shown above the keys. characters entered by the user on the dis- play. This is also called ‘a clear display’. The symbols relating to other functions are explained throughout this user guide.

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3. Getting Started Before you can use your phone, you must place a SIM card in the phone, install the bat- tery, and charge the battery. 3 Release the SIM card holder by sliding Inserting a SIM Card the catch in the OPEN direction. The phone can only be used with a valid miniature plug-in SIM card. You obtain the card from your network operator or service provider. NOTE: Keep all miniature SIM cards out of small children’s reach. 1 If the phone is on: Before inserting the SIM card, switc

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6 Push the card holder towards the Charging a Battery phone. Once placed in the phone, the battery is ready for charging. NOTE: • Use only batteries and chargers approved by the phone manufactur- er. • In some vehicles, the ignition must be on in order to charge the phone with the cigarette lighter charger. 7 Lock the holder by sliding the catch To charge the battery by using the gently towards the base of the phone Travel Charger ACP-7: until you hear a click. Make sure that the holder

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• The charger can be connected to the TIPS ON EFFICIENT OPERATION: As with phone even during a call any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily 3 The battery is fully charged when the when the phone is switched on. Contact indicator bar stops rolling and the with the antenna affects call quality and text Battery full is briefly dis- may cause the phone to operate at a played (if the phone is on). higher power level than otherwise needed. 4 Disconnect the ch

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NOTE: The security code protects Switching off the your phone against unauthorised Phone use and is usually supplied with the phone. Press and hold for one second. 2 The name of a serv- Or: With the display clear, press ice provider will ap- quickly, scroll with or to Switch pear if you are in the service area of a off!, and press OK. cellular network which supports your SIM card. Check that the signal strength bar on the left side of the display is at least partly shown. 3 If any

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4. Basic Functions • Muting the phone’s microphone Making a Call Press Options, scroll with or 1 With the phone switched on, key in the to Mute, and press Select. area code and phone number by using To unmute the microphone, press Unmute. Or: Press Options, the - keys. scroll to Unmute, and press • International calls Select. If you key in a + character (press NOTE: Muting and unmuting also twice within one second) in affects the microphone of any ac- front of the country code yo

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• If the network could not identify the Speed dialling a phone caller, Call is displayed. number • If the caller could be identified, the If you have assigned a phone number to caller’s phone number (or name if one of the speed dialling keys ( to stored in your Phone book) followed ; see page 24), you can call the phone by calling is displayed. number as follows: •Pressing rejects the call. Either: 2 After the conversation, end the call by With the display clear, press the desired pr

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scroll with or to Lock keypad, Keypad Lock and press Select. You can unlock the (Keyguard) keypad in the normal way. The keypad can be temporarily locked to prevent the keys from being accidentally Multiparty Calls operated. Making a new call during a To lock the keypad: call With the display clear, press Menu and then You may have two calls in progress at the within three sec- same time (network service). One of the calls may be a conference call. onds. appears at the top of the

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hold, and press Select. Making a conference call Up to six persons can take part in a con- 7 To end the conference call, press : ference call (network service). Or: Press Options, scroll to End all calls, and press Select. 1 Make a call to the first participant of the call. Answering a new call during 2 Call the second participant (see step 1 in a call “Making a new call during a call” above). When the “Call waiting options” function 3 Join the first participant in the call: is set on (se

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5. Phone Book Functions You can store phone numbers and their Keying in a Name associated names in the memory of the When you are asked for a name in Phone phone (internal Phone book) or the SIM book’s “Add entry” function or in any other card (SIM Phone book). function: The internal Phone book can store 50 names (of up to 16 characters each) and 1 Key in the name. Do as follows: phone numbers (of up to 30 digits each) at • Press the key labelled with the char- a time. acter you want: o

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