User manual NOKIA 282
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[. . . ] When held, scrolls continuously.
(not visible -extend fully during calls)
Flashes fast for incoming calls. Flashes slowly when phone is in service.
Erases characters or clears display. Backsteps one menu level.
Confirms and selects choices on display. Finds a Phone Book entry by name.
Enters the menu.
Dials the phone number on the display. [. . . ] For more information, please contact your cellular service provider.
Automatic Answer (Menu 3 10)
Note: This feature applies only if the phone is in a handsfree car kit, or a headset is connected.
With Automatic Answer set to On, the phone automatically answers after 4 seconds. Automatic Redial (Menu 3 11) Sometimes the cellular network is busy, e. g. there are too many calls for the network to handle, and your call can't go through. If Automatic Redial is set to On, the phone automatically tries 3 more times to connect the call. If the call connects, the phone beeps to notify you.
Active Cover (Menu 3 12) With Active Cover set to On, when an incoming call is alerting, you can answer the call by opening the cover. To prolong the life of your phone, hold it in one hand while opening the cover with the other hand.
Note: You can end a call by closing the cover, regardless of whether Active Cover is set to On or Off.
Roam Beep (Menu 3 13) With Roam Beep set to On, you hear a beep if the roaming status changes (e. g. , if the phone roams from the home system to a non-home system).
Note: This menu sets the roam beep option for the My tones, Normal, Loud, and Car profiles. Roam Beep is set to Off for the Silent and Quiet profiles.
Welcome Note (Menu 3 14) You can create or change the Welcome Note which is displayed each time you switch on the phone. will be displayed, indicating that you can enter characters from the keypad (for details, refer to "Entering names" on page 23). To correct a mistake (or to erase an existing note), press CLR (which erases the character to the left of the cursor). Press or ýto move the cursor left or right.
4 When the note is complete, press OK. If there is already a Welcome Note, and you don't want one, save a blank screen. Your phone number will then be displayed instead when you switch on the phone. Security Settings (Menu 4) This menu lets you change your phone's security and lock codes, which are required for certain functions. You can also reset the phone's menus to their factory settings.
Note: When you try to enter any of the Menu 4 submenus, you need your security code. The default security code is 12345.
When you enter any of the Menu 4 submenus, the phone asks for your 5-digit security code. Change Lock Code (Menu 4 1)
Note: The phone's default lock code is 1234.
The lock code is required when you want to lock your phone. When you enter this menu, the phone prompts you to enter a new 4-digit lock code. When the phone asks you to verify your new lock code, type in the new lock code again and press OK. Change Security Code (Menu 4 2) The security code allows access to the lock code and certain submenus, so it should be kept in a secret and safe place, separate from the phone.
When you enter this menu, the phone prompts you to enter a new 5-digit security code. When the phone asks you to verify your new security code, key it in again and press OK. Restore Factory Settings (Menu 4 3) This function resets the phone's menus to their factory settings.
Note: The lock code and security code are not changed when you reset the menu settings.
Call Settings (Menu 5) This menu lets you store calling card information in your phone, and set up calling restrictions. Calling Card (Menu 5 1) With this menu you can store calling card information for up to 2 cards in your phone. [. . . ] The warranty period for the Phone (Radio) units and all accessories (excluding carry bags) is twelve (12) months from the date of purchase or fourteen (14) months from the date of wholesale shipment from NOKIA, whichever is sooner. The warranty period for the Carry bags is three (3) months from the date of purchase (with proof of purchase) or five (5) months from the date of wholesale shipment from NOKIA, whichever is sooner. During the warranty period, NOKIA will, at its option, repair or replace the defective product free of charge. However, if NOKIA determines that the warranty conditions cannot be applied, the purchaser will be billed for the repair and shipping.
This warranty is subject to the following exceptions: 1. [. . . ]
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