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  • Nokia 1280 User Guide

    Issue 3.2 EN

  • Keys and parts

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    3

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    6

    7

    1

    SelectBack

    1 Earpiece2 Display3 End/Power key4 Keypad

    5 Navi key (navigation key)6 Call key7 Selection keys

    2

  • 10

    9

    8

    11

    12

    8 Flashlight9 Charger connector10 Microphone11 Loudspeaker12 Headset connector

    You may need to buy the headset asa separate accessory.

    3

  • Insert the SIM card and battery

    Put your finger in the gap at thebottom of the phone.

    1

    Lift the back cover.

    2

    Slide in the SIM card.

    3

    Line up the contacts.

    4

    Push the battery in.

    5

    Press down to click.

    6

    4

  • Charge the battery

    Connect the charger to a wall outlet.

    1

    Connect the charger to the phone.

    2

    Phone indicates full charge. You canuse the phone while it is charging.

    3

    Switch on

    2 seconds

    Press and hold the power key .

    1

    OK Back:0009

    To set the hour, press up or down.

    2

    OK Back15:00

    To set the minutes, press right, andthen press up or down. Press OK.

    3

    5

  • Time is set

    Time is changed.

    4

    Date:

    19. .201205OK Exit

    To set the date, press up or down.Press OK.

    5

    Menu Go to15:00

    Phone is ready to use.

    6

    Lock or unlock keypad

    Menu Go to15:00

    To avoid accidental pressing of keys,use keypad lock.

    Menu Go to

    Quickly press Menu and *.

    1

    Keypadlocked

    Keypad locked. To unlock the keypad,repeat step 1.

    2

    6

  • Make or answer a call

    Make a call to a number that you have.

    012345

    ClearOptions

    Enter the phone number.

    1

    Calling

    End call

    0123456789

    Press .

    2

    A friend's phone rings.

    3

    9876543210

    SilenceCalling

    To answer, press .

    4

    You can enjoy chatting with yourfriend. To end the call, press .

    5

    7

  • Change the volume

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

    Volume

    Press left for quieter, right for louder.

    1

    Better.

    2

    Use the loudspeaker

    Others in the room can join in with acall.

    0123456789

    Options Loudsp.00:00:05

    During a call, press Loudsp..

    1

    Place the phone on a table.

    2

    8

  • Use the headset

    You can make a hands-free call with aheadset.

    0123456789Calling

    Silence

    Connect a headset.

    1

    Calling

    End call

    0123456789

    Make a call.

    2

    Switch off

    Menu Go to15:35

    Power key.

    2 seconds Switch o

    ff

    Press and hold the power key .

    1

    Phone is switched off.

    2

    9

  • Save a name and number

    Add a friend's number to your phone.

    Menu Go to12:30

    Press Menu.

    1

    Select Exit

    Messages

    Press right.

    2

    Select Exit

    Contacts

    Select Contacts.

    3

    Search

    Select Back

    Press right.

    4

    Select Back

    Add contact

    Select Add contact.

    5

    10

  • Contact name:

    OK Clear

    Mi

    abc

    Write the name.

    6

    Contact name:

    OK Clear

    Mike

    abc

    Press OK.

    7

    Phone number:

    OK Clear0123

    17

    Enter the phone number.

    8

    Phone number:

    OK Clear0123456789

    11

    Press OK.

    9

    Use Back

    Select a picture, and press Use.

    10

    10 50:Silence

    Mike

    Calling0123456789

    When you receive a call, the name,number, and picture are shown.

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    11

  • Save numbers in five separate phonebooks

    To use separate phonebooks, savecontacts in the phone memory.

    Select Back

    Settings

    Select Contacts, press right, andselect Settings.

    1

    Select Back

    2

    Phone

    Memory in use

    Sim card

    To set current memory to phonememory, select Memory in use >Phone.

    2

    Select Back

    Multi-Phonebook

    Settings 1

    Select Multi-Phonebook.

    3

    Select Back

    Phonebookstyle

    1Multi-Phonebook

    Multi-Phonebk.

    Select Phonebook style.

    4

    Select Back

    Normal2

    Multi-Phonebk.

    Style

    Select Multi-Phonebk..

    5

    12

  • Multi-Phonebookactivated

    Multi-Phonebook is ready to use.

    6

    Select Back

    Currentphonebook

    2Multi-Phonebook

    Shared cont.

    Press down, and select Currentphonebook.

    7

    Select Back

    Shared cont.2

    Phonebk.1Phonebk.2

    Filter

    Select a phonebook.

    8

    iFilteredviewactive:Phonebk.1

    The phonebook is set as the currentphonebook.

    9

    Select Back

    Managecontacts

    3Multi-Phonebook

    Press down, and select Managecontacts.

    10

    Select Back

    Dad87654321

    Mum12345678

    Select a contact.

    11

    13

  • Unmark Done

    Shared cont.2

    Phonebk.1Phonebk.2

    Mum

    Mark a phonebook, and press Done.

    12

    Yes No

    Save changes?

    Save the changes. To save morecontacts, repeat steps 1012.

    13

    Select Back

    Renamephonebooks

    4Multi-Phonebook

    Select Back. Press down, and selectRename phonebooks.

    14

    Select Back

    Rename 1

    Phonebk.2Phonebk.3

    Phonebk.1

    Select a phonebook.

    15

    Name:

    Clear

    abc

    OK

    Family

    12

    Write the name, and press OK. Thephonebook name is changed.

    16

    Details Back

    Dad87654321

    Mum12345678

    Press the end key and down. Only thesaved contacts are shown.

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    14

  • Change the ringtone

    Menu Go to10:50

    Press Menu.

    1

    Select Exit

    Messages

    Press right.

    2

    Select Exit

    Settings

    Select Settings.

    3

    Select Back

    Tone settings

    Select Tone settings.

    4

    Select Back

    1

    Nokia tuneRinging tone

    Tone settings

    Select Ringing tone.

    5

    OK Back

    2

    AiryBrook

    Nokia tuneRinging tone

    Select a ringtone, and stop there fora moment to hear the sound.

    6

    15

  • OK Back

    BrookCoconut

    3Airy

    Ringing tone

    Select a ringtone, and press OK.

    7

    Done

    Ringtone selected.

    8

    Flashlight

    Use the flashlight if you need morelight. See iii) in General Information.

    x2

    MenuGo to22:32

    To use the flashlight, press up twice.

    1

    x1

    MenuGo to22:32

    To switch the flashlight off, press uponce.

    2

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  • Send and receive messages

    Menu Go to10:50

    Press Menu.

    1

    Select Exit

    Messages

    Select Messages.

    2

    Select Back

    Create message

    Select Create message.

    3

    Hello Anna,

    Clear

    abc 905/1

    Options

    Press the keys to write your message.

    4

    Hello Anna, howare you today, areyou still going to

    Clear

    abc 868/1

    Options

    Press Options, and select Send. Seei) in General Information.

    5

    Phone number:

    Clear0123456789

    11

    OK

    Enter a phone number. Press OK.

    6

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  • Message is sent.

    7

    Show Exit10:58

    1 messagereceived

    To read a message, press Show.

    8

    Options Back

    Hello Anna, howare you today, areyou still going to

    To view the rest of the message,press down.

    9

    Write text

    Press a key repeatedly until the letteris shown.

    Change the writing language: pressMenu > Settings > Phonesettings > Language, the language,and OK. See iv) in GeneralInformation.

    Insert a space: press 0.

    Change a word: press * repeatedlyuntil the word is shown.

    Insert a number: press and hold thenumber key.

    Insert a special character: press andhold *.

    Change the text input method: press# repeatedly.

    Use predictive text: press Options >Dictionary and the language. Press akey for each letter. When the word isshown, press 0. Start writing the nextword.

    Stop using predictive text: pressOptions > Dictionary > Dictionaryoff.

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  • Set a reminder

    Meeting

    Postp. Quit20:30

    Set a reminder to meet your friends.

    Menu Go to12:30

    Press Menu.

    1

    Select Exit

    Messages

    Press right.

    2

    Select Exit

    Extras

    Select Extras, and press right.

    3

    Select Back

    Calendar

    Select Calendar.

    4

    Options Back

    Week 3Jan 2012M

    20T W T F S S

    18 19 21 22 23 2425 26 27 28 29 30 31

    Go to the date, and press Options.

    5

    19

  • OK Back

    Add reminderGo to date

    Calendar 1

    Select Add reminder.

    6

    Reminder about:

    OK Clear

    Meeting

    abc

    Write a name for the reminder.

    7

    OK Back

    Alarm onAlarm off

    Set alarm 1

    To set an alarm, select Alarm on.

    8

    OK Back:0009

    To set the hour, press up or down.

    9

    OK Back20:30

    To set the minutes, press right, andthen press up or down.

    10

    Reminderadded

    Press OK. The alarm is ready.

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  • Set an alarm

    Use your phone as an alarm clock towake you up.

    Menu Go to12:30

    Press Menu.

    1

    Select Exit

    Clock

    Press right, and select Clock.

    2

    Select Back

    Alarm timeOff

    Select Alarm time.

    3

    OK Back:0008

    To set the hour, press up or down.

    4

    OK Back08:30

    To set the minutes, press right andthen up or down.

    5

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  • BackOK08:30

    Press OK.

    6

    Alarmon

    The alarm is ready.

    7

    Stop Snooze08:30

    Alarm!

    An alarm sounds at the set time.Press Stop.

    8

    Listen to the radio

    Use your phone to listen to the radio.See ii) in General Information.

    Menu Go to12:30

    Connect a headset. The headsetcable works as the radio antenna.

    1

    Menu Go to12:30

    Press Menu, and press right.

    2

    22

  • Select Exit

    Radio

    Select Radio. The radio is on.

    3

    Select Back

    Switch offSave channelAuto tuning

    FM radio 3

    To find radio channels, pressOptions, and select Auto tuning.

    4

    FM radio

    OK Back

    Auto-tuning:106.60 MHZ

    To select the next channel, pressdown.

    5

    OK Back

    FM radio

    Auto-tuning:106.60 MHZ

    To save the channel, press OK.

    6

    OK

    abcChannel name:Station 1

    Back

    3

    Write a name for the channel, andpress OK.

    7

    Select Back3. (empty)

    1. (empty)2. (empty)

    Channels

    Select an empty channel. To savemore channels, repeat steps 48.

    8

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  • Select Back

    FM radioDelete channelRenameLoudspeaker

    8

    To use the loudspeaker, pressOptions, and select Loudspeaker.

    9

    Radio1FM radio

    Save channelAuto tuningSelect Back

    Switch off off

    To close the radio, press Options, andselect Switch off.

    10

    SnoozeStop

    Alarm!

    08:30

    Tip: To wake up to the sound of theradio, press Options, and selectClock radio. Set the wake up time.

    Calculator

    Use your phone to make a calculation.

    Menu Go to12:30

    Press Menu.

    1

    Select Exit

    Messages

    Press right.

    2

    24

  • Select Exit

    Extras

    Select Extras.

    3

    Select Back

    Calculator

    Select Calculator.

    4

    Equals Clear50

    +-x/

    Press keys to enter numbers.

    5

    Equals Clear

    50

    +-x/x

    To change a function, press down.

    6

    Equals Clear12x50

    +-x/

    Enter the second number.

    7

    Equals Clear

    12x= 600

    50+-x/

    Press Equals.

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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 RESTRICTEDAREASSwitch the device off whenmobile phone use is notallowed or when it may cause

    interference or danger, for example, inaircraft, in hospitals or near medicalequipment, fuel, chemicals, or blastingareas. Obey all instructions in restrictedareas.

    ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRSTObey all local laws. Always keepyour hands free to operate thevehicle while driving. Your firstconsideration while driving

    should be road safety.

    INTERFERENCEAll wireless devices may besusceptible to interference,which could affectperformance.

    QUALIFIED SERVICEOnly qualified personnel mayinstall or repair this product.

    BATTERIES, CHARGERS, ANDOTHER ACCESSORIESUse only batteries, chargers,and other accessoriesapproved by Nokia for use with

    this device. Do not connect incompatibleproducts.

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

    PROTECT YOUR HEARINGListen to a headset at amoderate level, and do not holdthe device near your ear whenthe loudspeaker is in use.

    Product and safety information

    Feature specific instructionsYour device may have internal and externalantennas. Avoid touching the antenna areaunnecessarily while the antenna istransmitting or receiving. Contact withantennas affects the communication qualityand may cause a higher power level duringoperation and may reduce the battery life.

    The images in this guide may differ from yourdevice display.

    i)You can send text messages that are longerthan the character limit for a single message.Longer messages are sent as two or moremessages. Your service provider may chargeaccordingly.

    Characters with accents, other marks, orsome language options, take more space,and limit the number of characters that canbe sent in a single message.

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    General information

  • Picture messages may look different indifferent devices.

    headset acts as an antenna.

    eyes.

    iv)Sending and receiving messages in somelanguages is a network service. Foravailability, contact your service provider.Send messages only to devices that supportthe selected language.

    Network services and costsYour device is approved for use on the EGSM900 and 1800 MHz networks. To use thedevice, you need a subscription with a serviceprovider.

    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.

    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 electronic

    circuits. 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 clogthe moving parts and prevent properoperation. 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.

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    compatible headset to the device. Theconnect a

    iii)Do not shine the flashlight in anyone's

    ii)To listen to the radio, you need to

  • 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 product environmental informationand how to recycle your Nokia products atwww.nokia.com/werecycle.

    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 information on the environmentalattributes of your device, seewww.nokia.com/ecodeclaration.

    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-3. The exact Nokia charger model number

    may vary depending on the plug type,identified by E, X, AR, U, A, C, K, or B.

    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.

    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.

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  • 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 offline or flight profile isnot activated.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 cellularand internet 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.

    Implanted medical devicesManufacturers of medical devicesrecommend a minimum separation of 15.3

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  • centimetres (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 theheadset, your ability to hear outside soundsmay be affected. Do not use the headsetwhere it can endanger 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. 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 RF exposure guidelines inthe normal use position at the ear or at least1.5 centimetres (5/8 inch) away from thebody. Any carry case, belt clip, or holder forbody-worn operation should not containmetal and should position the device theabove-stated distance from your body.

    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 separation

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  • distance 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 information, check withthe manufacturer 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 include

    areas 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 devicecan 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 factors

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  • such as how close you are to a network basestation.

    The highest SAR value under the ICNIRPguidelines for use of the device at the ear is1.15 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

    0434

    Nokia is transitioning between EU NotifiedBodies and this product has been approvedas complying with EU regulations with bothNotified Bodies. Either of the CE marksshown may appear on the product during thistransition period.

    Hereby, NOKIA CORPORATION declares thatthis RM-647 product is in compliance withthe essential requirements and otherrelevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.A copy of the Declaration of Conformity canbe found at http://www.nokia.com/global/declaration.

    2011-2012 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    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.

    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.

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  • 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.

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    Issue 3.2 EN

    User GuideKeys and partsInsert the SIM card and batteryCharge the batterySwitch onLock or unlock keypadMake or answer a callChange the volumeUse the loudspeakerUse the headsetSwitch offSave a name and numberSave numbers in five separate phonebooksChange the ringtoneFlashlightSend and receive messagesWrite textSet a reminderSet an alarmListen to the radioCalculatorGeneral information