Nokia 2160i user manual

User manual for the device Nokia 2160i

Device: Nokia 2160i
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Date of adding : 2013-11-12 14:04:47
Number of pages: 67
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Document1 8/7/98 12:44 PM Page 1

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Keys and the Display Switches phone on/off when you press and hold. Adjusts volume of the earphone or handsfree speaker. These keys perform the function shown on the display directly above them (e.g., here the keys are the “Menu” and “Memory” keys). “Dials” the number on display. With display clear, redials last number dialed. Ends a call. PRINTED IN CANADA i

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Public System the phone uses (A, B, or both). None shown: Home area only. A call is in progress. Digital signaling is in use. The phone is roaming in a home type system. Flashing: roaming in a non-home type system. The phone is in alpha mode. You have a voice message. You have a text message. If flashing, text memory is full. Memory location, menu, or option number. Battery Cha

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Connectors ➊ ➋ ➌➍ 1) For Rapid Cigarette Lighter Charger, Rapid Travel Charger, and Standard Travel Charger 2) Power connector for Desktop Charger CHH-2/CHH-2L 3) System and data connector for accessories, desktop chargers, and HF car kit 4) For external antenna iii

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Table of Contents 1. Safety At A Glance ............................ 1 2. The Battery.......................................3 3. Basics...............................................7 Switching On or Off..............................................7 Signal Strength ....................................................7 Access Codes .....................................................7 4. Making and Receiving Calls .............9 Answering a Call .................................................

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8. Touch Tones .................................. 26 Sending Individual Touch Tones ........................ 26 Sending Strings of Touch Tones........................ 26 Touch Tone Settings in the Phone..................... 28 9. The Menu ....................................... 29 Summary of Menu Functions and Shortcuts...... 30 Menu 01, Memory Functions............................. 32 Menu 2, Messages............................................ 32 Menu 3, Call Settings .........................

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1. Safety At A Glance Read these simple guidelines before using your phone. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. For more detailed safety information, see “For Your Safety” on page 54. Road Safety Comes First Don't use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first. Switch Off In Hospitals Switch off your phone when near medical equip- ment. Follow any regulations or rules in force. Switch Off On Aircraft Mobile phones can cause interference. Using t

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Using this Owner’s Manual The cellular phone described in this manual is approved for use in AMPS/TDMA networks. A number of features included in this guide are called Network Services. They are special services provided by cellular service providers. Before you can take advantage of any of these Network Services, you must subscribe to them through your home service provider. You can then activate these functions as described in this manual. The manual activation commands for various ser

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2. The Battery Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. Use only batteries approved by the phone manufacturer and recharge your battery only with the chargers approved by the manufacturer. New batteries must be charged with the phone off for at least 24 hours before initial use. A new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles! Note: This chapter gives only the basics for battery usage. See “Accessories” on page 48 for mo

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Removing a battery Switch off the phone before removing the battery. 1. 2. 3. Charging a battery with Rapid Travel Charger (ACH-4U) 1) Connect the lead from the charger to the bot- tom of the phone. 2) Connect the charger to a standard 120V AC outlet. When the battery is charging, the battery indicator on the right side of the display scrolls. Allow the battery to completely charge. Charging is finished when the segments stop scrolling. The charging times depend on the type of the batte

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accessory available for your phone. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the operating time is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery. Battery Charge The phone gives you a warning tone and the message BATTERY LOW when only a couple of minutes of talk time re- main. When no more battery power remains, you get a Recharge Battery Tone and the message RECHARGE BATTERY. The phone switches itself off. Connect

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• Temperature extremes affect the ability of your battery to charge: it may require cooling or warming first. • Do not short circuit the battery. Accidental short cir- cuiting can occur when a metallic object (e.g. coin, clip, or pen) causes direct connection of the + and - terminals of the battery (metal strips on the back of the battery), for example when you carry a spare bat- tery in your pocket or purse. Short circuiting the termi- nal may damage the battery or the connecting object. •

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3. Basics Switching On or Off • Press and hold ð for a second. When switching on, if your phone has an extendible antenna, extend the antenna fully. As with any other radio transmit- ting device, avoid unnecessary contact with the antenna when the phone is switched on. Push in the antenna when you are not using the phone. The phone carries out a short self-test and briefly displays the phone number in use. A Personal Reminder Note appears if you have pro- grammed one with Menu 4 5. Press left

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Security Code (5 digits) • When the phone asks for the Security code:, ñ . enter it then press left (OK) The Security Code comes with your phone and is required with some phone features. Keep it secret and in a safe place, separate from the phone. You cannot change the Security Code. If you need a new one, contact your dealer. The default is 12345. If you enter an incorrect security code (CODE ERROR) five times in a row, the phone won’t accept any entries for the next five minutes. Lock

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4. Making and Receiving Calls Answering a Call • Press any key (except ð, ô, ÷ or volume keys) then speak. With KEYS LOCKED, only í answers calls. Press ô to stop the ringing sound, without answering the call. Making a Call 1) Extend antenna fully. 2) Key in phone number. 3) Press í. Your phone can make and receive calls only when it is switched on and in the cellular network’s service area, and not set to Message Mode (see “Message Mode” on page 16). NO SERVICE means that you are probab

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Speed Dialing 1) Enter the memory location number (2 to 99). 2) Press í. The phone recalls the phone number from the memory, displays it briefly, then dials it. Note: If you press 1 í, the phone dials the number stored with Menu 2 3, Set Voice Mailbox Number (see page 15). If you press 9 í, the phone initiates an emer- gency call only if Menu 3 4, Emergency Key 9, is set to On. Last Number Redial 1) Clear display with ù. 2) Press í. Redialing any of the last 5 numbers 1) Press í then W or V

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Important! Official emergency numbers vary by location (e.g. 911 or other official emergency number). Only one emergency number is programmed into your phone to be dialed automatically by Emergency Key 9, which may not be the proper number in all circumstances. Emergency Key 9 dialing does not operate with or when the KEYS LOCKED phone is connected to a modem. Emergency Key 9 Note: Emergency Key 9 works only if it has been set to On in Menu 3 4! 1) Press 9 then í. OR 2) Press and hold 9

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If an accessory with its own loudspeaker is connected to the phone, the volume keys select the volume for that accessory. Muting/Unmuting the phone’s microphone 1) Press and hold left ñ for few seconds. (Menu) 2) Press W to Mute or Unmute. 3) Press left ñ . (OK) Muting and unmuting may be done only during an active call. Calling Line Identification If you have subscribed to and activated this network ser- vice, the phone displays the caller’s phone number if the system is able to identify it

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Key Lock • Press and hold ô, or press left ñ then * . Key Lock prevents accidental key presses (e.g. when the phone is in your pocket). Press left ñ then * to unlock the keypad. Key Lock cannot be activated when the phone is connected to a car kit or a handsfree desktop charger. Note: With Keys Locked, calls may be possible to the emergency number 911 (911 í). Pressing 9 í should also work, if Menu 3 4, Emergency Key 9, is set to ON. However, pressing and holding Emergency Key 9 does no

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Calling Card Calls If you use the phone’s Calling Card storage feature (see “Menu 3 7, Calling Card” on page 33), you can use the method described below. You won’t need to enter Calling Card information every time you want to make a card call. Note: No physical credit cards are needed in order to direct the call charges to the credit card. To make a Calling Card Call 1) Enter the phone number of the party to be called, be- ginning with a 0 or a 1 if your calling card requires you to enter

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