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  • Contents

    Keys and parts.................................................................................................5

    Insert a SIM card and battery..........................................................................7

    Insert a memory card......................................................................................8

    Charge the battery........................................................................................10

    Lock the keys ................................................................................................10

    Attach a strap................................................................................................11

    Explore your phone.......................................................................................11

    Copy content from your old phone...............................................................12

    Indicators on your phone..............................................................................14

    Make or answer a call....................................................................................15

    Call the last dialled number..........................................................................16

    View your missed calls..................................................................................16

    Change the volume........................................................................................17

    Save a name and phone number...................................................................17

    Make calls quickly..........................................................................................19

    Send a message.............................................................................................20

    Write text.......................................................................................................21

    Check your voicemail....................................................................................22

    2

  • Personalise your home screen......................................................................23

    Add shortcuts to your home screen.............................................................24

    Change your ringtone....................................................................................25

    Set an alarm...................................................................................................26

    Add an appointment......................................................................................27

    Listen to the radio.........................................................................................28

    Find and save radio stations.........................................................................29

    Play a song.....................................................................................................30

    Take a photo..................................................................................................31

    Record a video...............................................................................................32

    Browse the web.............................................................................................33

    Add a bookmark............................................................................................34

    Set up your mail account...............................................................................35

    Send a mail.....................................................................................................35

    Chat with your friends...................................................................................37

    Send a photo using Bluetooth.......................................................................39

    Lock your phone............................................................................................40

    Change the security code..............................................................................41

    3

  • Restore original settings...............................................................................42

    Support..........................................................................................................43

    Update phone software using your phone...................................................44

    Back up content to a memory card...............................................................45

    Access codes..................................................................................................46

    General information......................................................................................48

    4

  • Keys and parts

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    67

    8

    1 Selection keys2 Earpiece3 Screen4 End/Power key

    5 Keypad6 Microphone7 Scroll key8 Call key

    5

  • 9

    11

    10

    12

    9 Charger connector10 Headset connector (3.5 mm)11 Loudspeaker12 Camera lens. Before using the

    camera, remove the protectivetape from the lens.

    6

  • Insert a SIM card and battery

    Switch the phone off, then removethe back cover.

    1

    If the battery is in the phone, lift itout.

    2

    Slide the SIM under the holder withthe contact area face down. See 2in "Feature-specific instructions".

    3

    Line up the battery contacts, thenpush the battery in.

    4

    Slide the back cover down until itlocks into place.

    5

    To switch on, press and hold untilthe phone vibrates.

    6

    7

  • Tip: To remove the SIM, press thetongue down, then slide the SIM out.

    Insert a memory card

    Switch the phone off, then removethe back cover.

    1

    If the battery is in the phone, lift itout.

    2

    Slide the memory card holdertowards the top of the phone.

    3

    8

  • Lift the holder.

    4

    Put a compatible memory card in withthe contact area face down.

    5

    Lower the holder.

    6

    Slide the holder to its originalposition.

    7

    Line up the battery contacts, thenpush the battery in.

    8

    Slide the back cover down until itlocks into place. See 1.

    9

    9

  • Charge the battery

    Plug the charger into a wall outlet.

    1

    Connect the charger to the phone.See 3, 4.

    2

    Battery full? Unplug from the phone,then from the wall outlet.

    3

    Lock the keys

    Lock the keys when not using yourphone.

    Select Menu, then press *.

    1

    To unlock, select Unlock, then press*.

    2

    10

  • Attach a strap

    Switch the phone off, then removethe back cover.

    1

    Loop the strap around the wrist strappeg.

    2

    Slide the back cover down until itlocks into place.

    3

    Explore your phone

    Menu

    To see the features and apps in yourphone, press Menu.

    1

    Back

    To go back to the previous view, pressBack.

    2

    Exit

    To go back to the home screen, press.

    3

    11

  • Select

    To go to an app or feature, press thescroll key up, down, left, or right.

    4

    Select

    To open the app or select the feature,press Select.

    5

    Copy content from yourold phone

    Easily get your contacts, calendar,and other stuff to your new phone.

    BackSelect

    Switch Bluetooth on in both phones.

    1

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Settings.

    2

    12

  • Select Back Select Back

    Sync andbackup

    Connectivity

    My shortcuts Sync withserver

    Phone switch

    Create backup

    Select Sync and backup > Phoneswitch.

    3

    Select Back Unmark Done

    Copy from this

    Synchronise

    Text messages

    Options

    Multimedia msg.

    Notes

    CalendarCopy to thisContacts

    Select Copy to this and what you wantto copy, then select Done.

    4

    BackOptions Connect

    My laptop

    Nokia XX

    Select your old phone from the list offound devices.

    5

    ClearOKOptions

    Enter passcode:

    If asked, create a one-time passcode(such as 123), then select OK.

    6

    NoYes

    Does code matchwith code on other

    device?

    Check that the codes match on bothphones.

    7

    Follow the instructions shown onboth phones.

    8

    13

  • Indicators on your phone

    You have unread messages.

    You have unsent, cancelled, orfailed messages.

    The keys are locked.

    The phone doesn't ring whensomebody calls or sends a message.

    An alarm is set.

    / The phone is connected toa GPRS or EGPRS network.

    / A GPRS or EGPRSconnection is open.

    / The GPRS or EGPRSconnection is on hold.

    Bluetooth is on.

    All incoming calls areforwarded to another number.

    A headset is connected to thephone.

    14

  • Make or answer a call

    Call your friend. See 13.

    Clear

    4567890123

    Options Save

    Type in the phone number, then press.

    1

    Loudsp.

    0123456789In callOptions

    To end the call, press .

    2

    9876543210calling

    Answer

    When your phone rings, press toanswer. See 14.

    3

    15

  • Call the last diallednumber

    Go to NamesMenu

    On the home screen, press .

    1

    Call

    0123456789Today, 08:299876543210Today, 07:29

    Select the number, then press .

    2

    View your missed calls

    ExitView

    1 missed call

    On the home screen, select View. See 5.

    1

    0123456789Today, 14:29

    Call

    To call back, select the number, thenpress .

    2

    Options Exit Back

    All calls

    Receivedcalls

    Missed calls

    Select Select

    Tip: To view missed calls later, selectMenu > Log > Missed calls.

    16

  • Change the volume

    Is the volume too loud during a call orwhen listening to the radio?

    Scroll up or down.

    1

    Better.

    2

    Save a name and phonenumber

    Add new contacts to your phone.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Contacts.

    1

    Back

    Synchronise all

    Names

    Add new

    Select

    Select Add new.

    2

    17

  • ClearOK

    Number:

    9876543210

    Options

    123

    Type in the phone number, thenselect OK.

    3

    ClearSave

    Jim Brown

    Send message

    Send mail

    Last name:

    Brown

    Options

    Call9876543210

    Options Select Back

    Write the first and last name, thenselect Save.

    4

    BackSelect BackOptions

    Synchroniseall

    Add new

    Names AnnaDad

    Mum

    Jim Brown

    Select

    To edit details, select Names and acontact.

    5

    ClearSelectOptions

    Jim Brown

    Jim

    To search for a contact, start writingthe contact's name in the search box.

    6

    BackSelect

    Jim Brown

    Back

    Send message

    Send mail

    Options

    Call9876543210

    Add image

    Delete contact

    Copy contact

    Add detail

    Contact details

    Select

    Select Options > Contact details.

    7

    18

  • Make calls quickly

    End call

    9876543210MikeFound:

    Call someone often? Set theirnumber as a speed dial.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Contacts.

    1

    BackSelect Back

    Settings

    Groups

    Speed dials

    Assign

    2. (empty)

    4. (empty)

    7. (empty)

    6. (empty)

    3. (empty)

    5. (empty)

    Select More > Speed dials and a freeslot, then select Assign.

    2

    Options Search

    Phone number: DadAnna

    Mum

    Mike

    BackSelectBack

    Select Search and a contact.

    3

    End call9876543210

    MikeFound:

    To call, press and hold a number keyon the home screen.

    4

    Back BackSelectOptions

    Delete

    Call

    View

    2. (empty)

    4.(empty)

    7. (empty)

    6. (empty)

    3. (empty)

    Mike5. Change

    Tip: To change a speed dial, selectOptions > Change.

    19

  • Send a message

    Hi Mi

    ke!

    Keep in touch with people throughmessages. See 7.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Messaging.

    1

    Inbox

    Mail

    Createmessage

    BackOptions Select

    Select Create message.

    2

    Hi Anna, how areyou?

    ClearOptions Send to

    Write your message.

    3

    BackSelect

    Your message:

    Hi Anna, how areyou?

    Insert symbol

    Prediction

    Writing language

    Save as draft

    BackOptions Send to

    Insert object

    Tip: To add an attachment, selectOptions > Insert object. See 8,9.

    Back

    Hi Anna, how areyou?

    Image:

    Photo0001.jpg

    Number or mail

    Recently used

    Log

    Contacts

    Contact groups

    1 2 3

    Mum

    Options Send to Close Options Select

    To add a recipient, select Send to >Contacts.

    4

    20

  • Send

    Photo0001.jpg

    To:

    Anna

    [0123456789];

    ClearAdd

    Select Send. See 10, 9.

    5

    Write text

    Press a key repeatedly until the letteris shown.

    To type in a punctuation mark, press1 repeatedly.

    To type in a special character, press*, then select the character.

    To switch between character cases,press #.

    To use number mode, press and hold#, then select Number mode. To goback to letter mode, press and hold#.

    If you want to quickly type in a singlenumber, just press and hold thenumber key.

    To switch predictive text on or off,select Options > Prediction, thenselect On or Off. Not all languages aresupported.

    To change the writing language,select Options > Writing language.

    21

  • Check your voicemail

    When you can't answer, you canforward calls to your voicemail.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Messaging.

    1

    Back BackSelect Select

    Voice mailboxnumberInfo

    messages

    Messagesettings

    Voicemessages

    Options

    Listen to voicemessages

    0987612345

    Select More > Voice messages >Listen to voice messages.

    2

    Mailbox number:

    OK0987612345

    ClearOptions

    When setting up voicemail, type inyour voice mailbox number.

    3

    CallingVoice mailbox

    End call

    Tip: To quickly call your voicemail,press and hold 1 on the home screen.

    22

  • Personalise your home screen

    Menu Menu

    You can change the wallpaper, andrearrange items on the home screen.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Settings.

    1

    Back BackSelect Select

    Tones

    Display

    Date and timeHome screen

    Wallpaper

    Set by theme

    Select Display, scroll to Wallpaper,then scroll to a folder.

    2

    BackSelect

    Home screen

    Wallpaper

    OK Cancel

    Photos

    Opt.

    Select OK to open the folder, thenselect a photo.

    3

    Menu

    Tip: You can also take a photo on yourphone camera, and use that.

    23

  • Add shortcuts to your home screen

    Menu

    Add shortcuts to your favourite appsto your home screen.

    SelectOptions Select BackExitHome scr. sett.

    Personalise

    Scroll to a shortcut, then selectOptions > Personalise.

    1

    Options Change BackShortcut bar

    BackSelect

    Clock

    Countd. timer

    Radio & Media

    Gen. indicators

    Notifications

    Select a bar, then select an item, suchas a widget.

    2

    Options BackChange Done Yes

    Save changes?

    No

    Notifications

    Select Done > Yes.

    3

    24

  • Change your ringtone

    Set a different ringtone for eachprofile.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Settings.

    1

    Back Back

    Tones

    Display

    Themes

    Ringing volume:

    Incom. call alert:

    Ringing

    Ringtone:

    Nokia tune

    Select SaveOptions

    Select Tones, then scroll toRingtone:.

    2

    BackSelect

    Ringing volume:

    Incom. call alert:

    Ringing

    Ringtone:

    Open Gall.

    Options

    Scroll to Open Gall., then selectSelect.

    3

    Back Back

    Tones

    Recordings

    Graphics

    Alert tones

    Open OpenOptions Options

    Ringtones

    Select Tones > Ringtones and aringtone.

    4

    Tip: To switch between the silent andnormal profile, press and hold #.

    25

  • Set an alarm

    Use your phone as an alarm clock.

    Options Exit BackSelect Select

    Alarm clock

    Calendar

    Games

    Select Menu > Applications >Alarm clock.

    1

    Options Save

    09:00Alarm on

    Back

    Set the alarm time, then select Save.

    2

    Options Save Select

    09:00Alarm on

    Repeat days

    Off

    Alarm tone

    Standard

    Back Back

    To repeat the alarm, select Options >Repeat days and the days, thenselect Done.

    3

    26

  • Add an appointment

    Subject:

    Location:Meeting

    Need to remember an appointment?Add it to your calendar.

    Options Exit BackSelect Select

    Alarm clock

    Calculator

    Calendar

    Select Menu > Applications >Calendar.

    1

    BackView

    18

    22295

    15

    263

    172431

    10

    274

    18251

    11

    285

    19262

    12

    296

    20273

    13

    307

    21284

    14

    29

    23306

    16

    Mo Tu W Th Fr Sa Su

    Options

    Select a date and View > Add.

    2

    ClearSelectMemo

    Anniversary

    BirthdayCall

    Reminder

    Save

    Location:

    Subject:

    Meet MikeMeeting

    Back Options

    Select Meeting, fill in the fields, thenselect Save.

    3

    27

  • Listen to the radio

    Listen to your favourite radio stationson your phone.

    Connect a compatible headset. It actsas an antenna.

    1

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Music.

    2

    Back

    Radio

    My music

    Select

    Select Radio.

    3

    To change the volume, scroll up ordown.

    4

    Options

    108.087.5

    87.5

    Hide

    To close the radio, press .

    5

    28

  • Find and save radio stations

    Search for your favourite radiostations

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Music.

    1

    Back

    Radio

    My music

    Select

    Select Radio.

    2

    Options Select BackHide108.087.5

    87.5

    Switch off

    Play in backgr.

    Stations

    Search stations

    Set frequency

    Station

    To search for all available stations,select Options > Search stations.

    3

    Options Select BackHide108.087.5

    101.8

    Switch off

    Play in backgr.

    Stations

    Save station

    Station

    Search stations

    To save a station, select Options >Save station.

    4

    HideOptions

    108.087.5

    88.5

    01 Station

    To switch to a saved station, scrollleft or right.

    5

    29

  • 108.087.5

    Options Hide

    Station02

    101.8

    Tip: To switch to a saved station, youcan also press a number key.

    BackBack

    MHz101.8

    02.MHz88.5

    01.

    Delete station

    Organise

    Rename

    SelectSelect

    Tip: To rename a station, select thestation and Options > Rename.

    Play a song

    Listen to your favourite music on yourphone.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Music.

    1

    Back

    Radio

    My music

    Select

    Select My music.

    2

    30

  • Exit Back

    Albums

    Go to Media pl.

    Playlists

    Artists

    All songs Song 2

    Song 3Song 4

    Song 5

    Song 1

    Options Options

    Song 6Genres

    PlaySelect

    Select the song you want to play.

    3

    Hide

    Song 1

    03.4700.38

    Options

    To pause or resume playing, press thescroll key.

    4

    Options Hide03.4700.38

    To close the music player, press .

    5

    Take a photo

    Capture

    There's a camera in your phone - justaim and snap!

    Options Exit BackSelect Select

    Timeline

    My photos

    Camera

    To open the camera, select Menu >Photos > Camera.

    1

    Capture

    To zoom in or out, scroll up or down.

    2

    31

  • CaptureOpt. Back

    Select Capture.The photos are saved in My photos.

    3

    Record a video

    Record

    Besides taking photos, you can alsorecord videos with your phone.

    Options Exit BackSelect Select

    My albums

    My videos

    Video camera

    To open the camera, select Menu >Photos > Video camera.

    1

    RecordOptions Back

    To start recording, select Record.

    2

    32

  • Record

    To zoom in or out, scroll up or down.

    3

    Pause Stop

    To stop recording, press Stop.Videos are saved in My videos.

    4

    Browse the web

    Paris

    Catch up on the news, and visit yourfavourite websites.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Internet.

    1

    OK Clear

    abcwww.nokia.com

    To go to a website, write the webaddress in the address bar.

    2

    33

  • Settings

    Delete favourite

    Featured

    Downloads

    Edit favourite

    www.nokia.com

    Back

    Clear historyHistory

    Home

    Favourites

    ExitOptions

    Tip: On the History tab, you can selectOptions > Clear history.

    Add a bookmark

    If you visit the same websites often,add them as bookmarks.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Internet.

    1

    Start page

    Downloads

    Forward

    Reload

    Back

    Add to fav.

    While browsing, select Options >Add to fav..

    2

    34

  • Set up your mail account

    Mail

    Want to use mail, but don't have acomputer? You can use your phone.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Messaging.

    1

    BackSelect Select

    Mail

    Chat

    Inbox My mailbox

    Options ExitOptions

    Home mailbox

    Select Mail and a mail service, thenfollow the instructions.

    2

    Send a mail

    MikeHello Anna!AnnaHi Mike!

    You can read and send mail while onthe move.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Messaging.

    1

    BackSelect

    Chat

    Inbox

    Mail

    Options

    Select Mail.

    2

    35

  • ExitSelect

    Add account

    [email protected]

    Select a mail account.

    3

    Quick reply

    Delete

    Delete Many

    Forward

    BackSelect

    Compose New

    In the mailbox, select Options >Compose New.

    4

    Insert

    Subject:

    Body text:

    To:Sent

    Cancel

    Inbox Phone

    CancelOptions

    Find:Anna

    Find

    To add a recipient, select Insert, ormanually write the address.

    5

    Subject:Thanks.

    Options Clear

    Body text:

    Hi Anna!

    Write the subject and your message.

    6

    BackSelect

    Cancel

    Add Cc/Bcc

    Attach new img.

    Help

    Attach file

    Tip: To attach a file, select Options >Attach file.

    Subject:

    Body text:

    Hi Anna!

    Thanks.

    Send

    Select Send.

    7

    36

  • Quick reply

    Reply to all

    Delete

    BackSelect

    Expand

    Reply

    Tip: To reply to a mail, open the mail,then select Options > Reply.

    Chat with your friends

    Hi Mike!

    You can chat with your friends onlinewhile on the move.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Messaging.

    1

    BackSelect

    Chat

    Mail

    Drafts

    Options

    Select Chat.

    2

    37

  • Select

    Select your IM service:

    Chat

    Options Exit

    Select a service, then sign in.

    3

    Back

    User ID:

    Password:

    Sign In

    Options Select

    Tip: If you don't have a chat account,you can sign in to Nokia Chat.

    [email protected]

    My Status

    Add Contact

    BackSelect

    Send IM to

    Select Options > Send IM to.

    4

    User ID:

    Send IM to...

    OK Cancel

    Type in the username.

    5

    SendHello!

    [email protected]

    Clear

    Write your message in the text box,then select Send. See 6.

    6

    HomeSelect

    Conversations

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    Options

    When you want to continue aconversation, select the thread.

    7

    38

  • View

    New message from

    [email protected]

    Tip: To see a message when Chat isopen in the background, select View.

    Send a photo usingBluetooth

    Send a photo you have taken to yourPC. See 11.

    Back Select BackOpt.

    Delete

    Use photo

    Edit photo

    Landscape mode

    Send

    View

    Select the photo and Opt. > Send.

    1

    Select Back

    Message

    Via Bluetooth

    Select Via Bluetooth.

    2

    39

  • BackConnect

    My laptop

    Nokia XX

    Select the device to connect to. Ifasked, type in the passcode.

    3

    The photo is sent to your PC.

    4

    Lock your phone

    Set your phone to automatically lockitself when you're not using it.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Settings.

    1

    Back BackSelect Select

    Flight query

    Accessories

    Call

    Device

    Security keyguard

    Off

    Off

    Select Device, then switch Securitykeyguard on.

    2

    40

  • OK

    Security code:

    Clear

    Type in the security code.

    3

    To unlock, select Unlock, press *,then type in the security code.

    4

    Change the security code

    12345

    *****

    Create your own security code, soonly you know how to unlock yourphone.

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Settings.

    1

    Back BackSelect Select

    Code in useNokiaaccount

    Configuration

    Security

    Access codes

    Select Security > Access codes.

    2

    41

  • BackSelect

    Change PIN code

    Change security code

    Select Change security code.

    3

    OK

    Security code:

    Clear

    Type in the preset security code12345.

    4

    OK

    Enter new securitycode:

    Clear

    Type in a new code, using at least 5numbers.

    5

    Restore original settings

    If your phone is not working properly,reset the settings.

    Loudsp.

    0123456789In callOptions

    End all calls and connections.

    1

    ExitOptions Select

    Select Menu > Settings.

    2

    42

  • Restore allSecurity

    Configuration

    Restore factorysett.

    Restore sett. only

    Select SelectBack Back

    Select Restore factory sett. >Restore sett. only.

    3

    OK

    Security code:

    Clear

    Type in the security code, then selectOK.

    4

    OK

    Restore complete

    Your phone switches off and on again.This may take longer than usual. See

    12.

    5

    Support

    When you want to learn more abouthow to use your phone, or if you'reunsure how your phone should work,read the user guide thoroughly.

    If you have an issue, do the following: Reboot your phone. Switch offthe phone, and remove the battery.After about a minute, replace thebattery, and switch on the phone. Update your phone software Restore the original factorysettings

    If your issue remains unsolved,contact Nokia for repair options.Before sending your phone for repair,always back up your data, as allpersonal data in your phone may bedeleted.

    43

  • Update phone softwareusing your phone

    You can update your phone softwarewirelessly. You can also set yourphone to automatically check forupdates.

    Select Menu > Settings andDevice > Device updates.1. To check if there is an update,select Download device software.2. To download and install anupdate, select Download devicesoftware, then follow theinstructions shown on the phone.

    The update may take severalminutes. If you encounter problems,contact your network serviceprovider.

    Check for updates automatically

    Select Automatic SW update check,then set how often to check.

    Your network service provider maysend updates over the air directly toyour phone. For more info on thisnetwork service, contact yournetwork service provider.

    44

  • Back up content to amemory card

    SettingsContactsMessagesBookmarksCalendar

    DoneOptionsGallery files

    Want to make sure you won't lose anyimportant files? You can back up yourphone memory to a compatiblememory card.

    Select Menu > Settings > Sync andbackup.1. Select Create backup.2. Select what you want to back up,then select Done.

    Restore a backup

    Select Restore from backup.

    45

  • Access codes

    PIN or PIN2 code

    (4-8 digits)

    These protect your SIM against unauthorised use or arerequired to access some features.

    You can set your phone to ask for the PIN code when youswitch it on.

    If not supplied with your card or you forget the codes,contact your service provider.

    If you type in the code incorrectly three times in a row,you need to unblock the code with the PUK or PUK2 code.

    PUK or PUK2 code

    (8 digits)

    These are required to unblock a PIN or PIN2 code.

    If not supplied with your SIM, contact your serviceprovider.

    IMEI number

    (15 digits)

    This is used to identify valid phones in the network. Thenumber can also be used to block, for example, stolenphones. You may also need to give the number to NokiaCare services.

    To view your IMEI number, dial *#06#.

    Lock code(security code)

    (min. 5 digits)

    This helps you protect your phone against unauthoriseduse.

    You can set your phone to ask for the lock code that youdefine. The default lock code is 12345.

    Keep the code secret and in a safe place, separate fromyour phone.

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  • If you forget the code and your phone is locked, yourphone will require service. Additional charges may apply,and all the personal data in your phone may be deleted.

    For more information, contact Nokia Care or your phonedealer.

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  • Read these simple guidelines. Not followingthem may be dangerous or illegal. For furtherinformation, read the complete user guide.

    SWITCH OFF IN RESTRICTED AREASSwitch the device off when mobilephone use is not allowed or when it

    may cause interference or danger, forexample, in aircraft, in hospitals or nearmedical equipment, fuel, chemicals, orblasting areas. Obey all instructions inrestricted areas.

    ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRSTObey all local laws. Always keep yourhands free to operate the vehicle

    while driving. Your first consideration whiledriving should be road safety.

    INTERFERENCEAll wireless devices may besusceptible to interference, which

    could affect performance.

    QUALIFIED SERVICEOnly qualified personnel may installor repair this product.

    BATTERIES, CHARGERS, ANDOTHER ACCESSORIESUse only batteries, chargers, andother accessories approved by

    Nokia for use with this device. Do not connectincompatible products.

    KEEP YOUR DEVICE DRYYour device is not water-resistant.Keep it dry.

    PROTECT YOUR HEARINGListen to a headset at a moderatelevel, and do not hold the device

    near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use.

    Product and safety information

    Feature-specific instructionsAvoid touching the antenna area while theantenna is in use. Contact with antennasaffects the communication quality and mayreduce battery life due to higher power levelduring operation.

    1 Use only compatible memory cardsapproved by Nokia for use with this device.Incompatible cards may damage the card andthe device and corrupt data stored on thecard.

    2 Important: This device is designedto be used with a standard SIM card (seefigure) only. Use of incompatible SIM cardsmay damage the card or the device, and maycorrupt data stored on the card. Pleaseconsult your mobile operator for the use ofa SIM card that has a mini-UICC cutout.

    3 If the battery has not been used for along time, to begin charging, you may needto connect the charger, then disconnect andreconnect it.

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    General information

  • 4 If the battery is completely discharged,it may take several minutes before thecharging indicator is displayed or before anycalls can be made.

    5 Missed and received calls are loggedonly if supported by the network, and thephone is switched on and within the networkservice area.

    6 Using services or downloading contentmay cause transfer of large amounts of data,which may result in data traffic costs.

    7 You can send text messages that arelonger than the character limit for a singlemessage. Longer messages are sent as twoor more messages. Your service providermay charge accordingly.

    Characters with accents, other marks, orsome language options, take more space,limiting the number of characters that can besent in a single message.

    8 If the item you insert in a multimediamessage is too large for the network, thedevice may automatically reduce the size.

    9 Only compatible devices can receiveand display multimedia messages. Messagesmay look different in different devices.

    10 Sending a message with anattachment may be more expensive than

    sending a normal text message. For moreinformation, contact your service provider.

    11 Operating the device in hidden modeis a safer way to avoid malicious software. Donot accept Bluetooth connection requestsfrom sources you do not trust. You can alsodeactivate Bluetooth function when you arenot using it.

    12 Restoring settings does not affectdocuments or files stored on your phone.

    13 To enter the + character, used forinternational calls, select * twice.

    14 Warning: When the flight profile isactivated, you cannot make or receive anycalls, including emergency calls, or use otherfeatures that require network coverage. Tomake a call, activate another profile.

    Network services and costsYour device is approved for use on the(E)GSM 900 and 1800 MHz networks. To usethe device, you need a subscription with aservice provider.

    Using network services and downloadingcontent to your device requires a networkconnection and may result in data trafficcosts. Some product features requiresupport from the network, and you may needto subscribe to them.

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  • Take care of your deviceHandle your device, battery, charger andaccessories with care. The followingsuggestions help you protect your warrantycoverage. Keep the device dry. Precipitation,humidity, and all types of liquids or moisturecan contain minerals that corrode electroniccircuits. If your device gets wet, remove thebattery, and allow the device to dry. Do not use or store the device in dustyor dirty areas. Moving parts and electroniccomponents can be damaged. Do not store the device in hightemperatures. High temperatures canshorten the life of the device, damage thebattery, and warp or melt plastics. Do not store the device in coldtemperatures. When the device warms to itsnormal temperature, moisture can forminside the device and damage electroniccircuits. Do not attempt to open the device otherthan as instructed in the user guide. Unauthorised modifications maydamage the device and violate regulationsgoverning radio devices. Do not drop, knock, or shake the device.Rough handling can break internal circuitboards and mechanics. Only use a soft, clean, dry cloth to cleanthe surface of the device. Do not paint the device. Paint can clogmoving parts and prevent proper operation. Switch off the device and remove thebattery from time to time for optimumperformance. Keep your device away from magnets ormagnetic fields.

    To keep your important data safe, storeit in at least two separate places, such as yourdevice, memory card, or computer, or writedown important information.

    RecycleAlways return your used electronic products,batteries, and packaging materials todedicated collection points. This way youhelp prevent uncontrolled waste disposaland promote the recycling of materials.Check how to recycle your Nokia products atwww.nokia.com/recycling.

    Crossed-out wheeled-bin symbol

    The crossed-out wheeled-bin symbol on yourproduct, battery, literature, or packagingreminds you that all electrical and electronicproducts, batteries, and accumulators mustbe taken to separate collection at the end oftheir working life. This requirement applies inthe European Union. Do not dispose of theseproducts as unsorted municipal waste. Formore environmental information, see theproduct Eco profile at www.nokia.com/ecoprofile.

    About Digital Rights ManagementWhen using this device, obey all laws andrespect local customs, privacy and legitimaterights of others, including copyrights.Copyright protection may prevent you fromcopying, modifying, or transferring pictures,music, and other content.

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  • Content owners may use different types ofdigital rights management (DRM)technologies to protect their intellectualproperty, including copyrights. This deviceuses various types of DRM software toaccess DRM-protected content. With thisdevice you can access content protectedwith WMDRM 10 and OMA DRM 1.0. If certainDRM software fails to protect the content,content owners may ask that such DRMsoftware's ability to access new DRM-protected content be revoked. Revocationmay also prevent renewal of such DRM-protected content already in your device.Revocation of such DRM software does notaffect the use of content protected withother types of DRM or the use of non-DRM-protected content.

    Digital rights management (DRM) protectedcontent comes with an associated licencethat defines your rights to use the content.

    Other transfer methods may not transfer thelicences which need to be restored with thecontent for you to be able to continue the useof OMA DRM-protected content after thedevice memory is formatted. You may alsoneed to restore the licences if the files onyour device become corrupted.

    Batteries and chargersBattery and charger informationYour device is intended for use with a BL-5CBrechargeable battery. Nokia may makeadditional battery models available for thisdevice. Always use original Nokia batteries.

    This device is intended for use when suppliedwith power from the following chargers:AC-11. The exact Nokia charger modelnumber may vary depending on the plugtype, identified by E, X, AR, U, A, C, K, B, or N.

    The battery can be charged and dischargedhundreds of times, but it will eventually wearout. When the talk and standby times arenoticeably shorter than normal, replace thebattery.

    Battery safetyAlways switch the device off and disconnectthe charger before removing the battery.When you unplug a charger or an accessory,hold and pull the plug, not the cord.

    When your charger is not in use, unplug itfrom the electrical plug and the device. Donot leave a fully charged battery connectedto a charger, as overcharging may shortenthe batterys lifetime. If left unused, a fullycharged battery will lose its charge over time.

    Always keep the battery between 15C and25C (59F and 77F). Extreme temperaturesreduce the capacity and lifetime of thebattery. A device with a hot or cold batterymay not work temporarily.

    Accidental short-circuiting can happen whena metallic object touches the metal strips onthe battery, for example, if you carry a sparebattery in your pocket. Short-circuiting maydamage the battery or the connecting object.

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  • Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as theymay explode. Dispose of batteries accordingto local regulations. Recycle when possible.Do not dispose as household waste.

    Do not dismantle, cut, open, crush, bend,puncture, or shred cells or batteries. If abattery leaks, do not let battery liquid touchskin or eyes. If this happens, immediatelyflush the affected areas with water, or seekmedical help.

    Do not modify, remanufacture, attempt toinsert foreign objects into the battery, orimmerse or expose it to water or otherliquids. Batteries may explode if damaged.

    Use the battery and charger for theirintended purposes only. Improper use, or useof unapproved batteries or incompatiblechargers may present a risk of fire,explosion, or other hazard, and mayinvalidate any approval or warranty. If youbelieve the battery or charger is damaged,take it to a service centre for inspectionbefore continuing to use it. Never use adamaged battery or charger. Only use thecharger indoors.

    Additional safety informationMake an emergency call1. Make sure the device is switched on.2. Check for adequate signal strength. Youmay also need to do the following: Insert a SIM card. Deactivate call restrictions you haveactivated for your device, such as call barring,fixed dialling, or closed user group.

    Make sure the flight profile is notactivated.3. Press the end key repeatedly, until thehome screen is displayed.4. Enter the official emergency number foryour present location. Emergency callnumbers vary by location.5. Press the call key.6. Give the necessary information asaccurately as possible. Do not end the calluntil given permission to do so.

    Important: Activate both cellular andinternet calls, if your device supportsinternet calls. The device may attempt tomake emergency calls both through cellularnetworks and through your internet callservice provider. Connections in allconditions cannot be guaranteed. Never relysolely on any wireless device for essentialcommunications like medical emergencies.

    Small childrenYour device and its accessories are not toys.They may contain small parts. Keep them outof the reach of small children.

    Medical devicesOperation of radio transmitting equipment,including wireless phones, may interfere withthe function of inadequately protectedmedical devices. Consult a physician or themanufacturer of the medical device todetermine whether they are adequatelyshielded from external radio frequencyenergy.

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  • Implanted medical devicesManufacturers of medical devicesrecommend a minimum separation of 15.3centimetres (6 inches) between a wirelessdevice and an implanted medical device, suchas a pacemaker or implanted cardioverterdefibrillator, to avoid potential interferencewith the medical device. Persons who havesuch devices should: Always keep the wireless device morethan 15.3 centimetres (6 inches) from themedical device. Not carry the wireless device in a breastpocket. Hold the wireless device to the earopposite the medical device. Turn the wireless device off if there isany reason to suspect that interference istaking place. Follow the manufacturer directions forthe implanted medical device.

    If you have any questions about using yourwireless device with an implanted medicaldevice, consult your health care provider.

    Hearing

    Warning: When you use the headset, yourability to hear outside sounds may beaffected. Do not use the headset where it canendanger your safety.

    Some wireless devices may interfere withsome hearing aids.

    NickelThe surface of this device is nickel-free.

    Protect your device from harmful contentYour device may be exposed to viruses andother harmful content. Take the followingprecautions: Be cautious when opening messages.They may contain malicious software orotherwise be harmful to your device orcomputer. Be cautious when accepting connectivityrequests, browsing the internet, ordownloading content. Do not acceptBluetooth connections from sources you donot trust. Only install and use services andsoftware from sources that you trust andthat offer adequate security and protection. Install antivirus and other securitysoftware on your device and any connectedcomputer. Only use one antivirus applicationat a time. Using more may affectperformance and operation of the deviceand/or computer. If you access preinstalled bookmarksand links to third party internet sites, takethe appropriate precautions. Nokia does notendorse or assume liability for such sites.

    Operating environmentThis device meets radio frequency exposureguidelines in the normal use position at theear or at least 1.5 centimetres (5/8 inch)away from the body. Any carry case, belt clip,or holder for body-worn operation shouldnot contain metal and should position thedevice the above-stated distance from yourbody.

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  • To send data files or messages requires aquality connection to the network. Data filesor messages may be delayed until such aconnection is available. Follow the separationdistance instructions until the transmissionis completed.

    VehiclesRadio signals may affect improperly installedor inadequately shielded electronic systemsin motor vehicles such as electronic fuelinjection, electronic antilock braking,electronic speed control, and air bagsystems. For more info, check with themanufacturer of your vehicle or itsequipment.

    Only qualified personnel should install thedevice in a vehicle. Faulty installation orservice may be dangerous and may invalidateyour warranty. Check regularly that allwireless device equipment in your vehicle ismounted and operating properly. Do notstore or carry flammable liquids, gases, orexplosive materials in the samecompartment as the device, its parts, oraccessories. Remember that air bags inflatewith great force. Do not place your device oraccessories in the air bag deployment area.

    Potentially explosive environmentsSwitch off your device in any area with apotentially explosive atmosphere, forexample near gas pumps at service stations.Sparks in such areas could cause anexplosion or fire resulting in bodily injury ordeath. Observe restrictions in fuel servicestations, storage, and distribution areas;

    chemical plants; or where blastingoperations are in progress. Areas with apotentially explosive atmosphere are often,but not always, clearly marked. They includeareas where you would be advised to turn offyour vehicle engine, below deck on boats,chemical transfer or storage facilities andwhere the air contains chemicals or particlessuch as grain, dust, or metal powders. Youshould check with the manufacturers ofvehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (suchas propane or butane) to determine if thisdevice can be safely used in their vicinity.

    Certification information (SAR)This mobile device meets guidelines forexposure to radio waves.

    Your mobile device is a radio transmitter andreceiver. It is designed not to exceed thelimits for exposure to radio wavesrecommended by international guidelines.These guidelines were developed by theindependent scientific organisation ICNIRPand include safety margins designed toassure the protection of all persons,regardless of age and health.

    The exposure guidelines for mobile devicesemploy a unit of measurement known as theSpecific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SARlimit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 10grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are conductedusing standard operating positions with thedevice transmitting at its highest certifiedpower level in all tested frequency bands.The actual SAR level of an operating device

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  • can be below the maximum value becausethe device is designed to use only the powerrequired to reach the network. That amountchanges depending on a number of factorssuch as how close you are to a network basestation.

    The highest SAR value under the ICNIRPguidelines for use of the device at the ear is1.46 W/kg.

    Use of device accessories may result indifferent SAR values. SAR values may varydepending on national reporting and testingrequirements and the network band.Additional SAR information may be providedunder product information atwww.nokia.com.

    DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

    Hereby, NOKIA CORPORATION declares thatthis RM-810 / RM-871 product is incompliance with the essential requirementsand other relevant provisions of Directive1999/5/EC. A copy of the Declaration ofConformity can be found at http://www.nokia.com/global/declaration.

    2012 Nokia. All rights reserved.

    Nokia, Nokia Connecting People, and WE:logo are trademarks or registeredtrademarks of Nokia Corporation. Nokia tuneis a sound mark of Nokia Corporation. Other

    product and company names mentionedherein may be trademarks or tradenames oftheir respective owners.

    Reproduction, transfer, distribution, orstorage of part or all of the contents in thisdocument in any form without the priorwritten permission of Nokia is prohibited.Nokia operates a policy of continuousdevelopment. Nokia reserves the right tomake changes and improvements to any ofthe products described in this documentwithout prior notice.

    Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic orsecurity protocol software from RSASecurity.

    Oracle and Java are registeredtrademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates.

    The Bluetooth word mark and logos areowned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any useof such marks by Nokia is under license.

    This product is licensed under the MPEG-4Visual Patent Portfolio License (i) forpersonal and noncommercial use inconnection with information which has been

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  • encoded in compliance with the MPEG-4Visual Standard by a consumer engaged in apersonal and noncommercial activity and (ii)for use in connection with MPEG-4 videoprovided by a licensed video provider. Nolicense is granted or shall be implied for anyother use. Additional information, includingthat related to promotional, internal, andcommercial uses, may be obtained fromMPEG LA, LLC. See http://www.mpegla.com.

    To the maximum extent permitted byapplicable law, under no circumstances shallNokia or any of its licensors be responsiblefor any loss of data or income or any special,incidental, consequential or indirectdamages howsoever caused.

    The contents of this document are provided"as is". Except as required by applicable law,no warranties of any kind, either express orimplied, including, but not limited to, theimplied warranties of merchantability andfitness for a particular purpose, are made inrelation to the accuracy, reliability orcontents of this document. Nokia reservesthe right to revise this document or withdrawit at any time without prior notice.

    The availability of products, features,applications and services may vary by region.For more information, contact your Nokiadealer or your service provider. This devicemay contain commodities, technology orsoftware subject to export laws andregulations from the US and other countries.Diversion contrary to law is prohibited.

    Nokia does not provide a warranty for or takeany responsibility for the functionality,content, or end-user support of third-partyapplications provided with your device. Byusing an application, you acknowledge thatthe application is provided as is. Nokia doesnot make any representations, provide awarranty, or take any responsibility for thefunctionality, content, or end-user supportof third-party applications provided withyour device.

    The availability of Nokia services may vary byregion.

    Some operations and features are SIM cardand/or network dependent, MMS dependent,or dependent on the compatibility of devicesand the content formats supported. Someservices are subject to a separate charge.

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    User GuideContentsKeys and partsInsert a SIM card and batteryInsert a memory cardCharge the batteryLock the keysAttach a strapExplore your phoneCopy content from your old phoneIndicators on your phoneMake or answer a callCall the last dialled numberView your missed callsChange the volumeSave a name and phone numberMake calls quicklySend a messageWrite textCheck your voicemailPersonalise your home screenAdd shortcuts to your home screenChange your ringtoneSet an alarmAdd an appointmentListen to the radioFind and save radio stationsPlay a songTake a photoRecord a videoBrowse the webAdd a bookmarkSet up your mail accountSend a mailChat with your friendsSend a photo using BluetoothLock your phoneChange the security codeRestore original settingsSupportUpdate phone software using your phoneBack up content to a memory cardAccess codesGeneral information