User manual NOKIA 5190
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Keys
Power key Press and hold to turn your phone on or off.
Fixed-length antenna See p. Do not attempt to extend or remove!
Clear key Clears characters from the screen. Press and hold to return to the start screen.
Scroll keys Press to scroll through menus and phone book. . 17 Special characters in names and messages . 18 Special characters in phone numbers . . 28
Basic functions 29 Turning the phone on or off . [. . . ] When your phone notifies you that you have a new voice message, press /LVWHQ. Your phone dials your voice mailbox number, if you have saved it.
Calling your voice mailbox at any time
Once you have saved your voice mailbox number, you can press and hold the key to dial your voice mailbox.
12. Text messages
The text message network service allows you to exchange short text messages with other phones that have text message capability. You can also ask your service provider to convert the message to other formats such as e-mail and fax. The messages are first sent to your Message Center, then delivered to the recipient. Before you can send and receive text messages, you must enter certain information into your phone. See `Message settings' on page 56.
Writing a message
Press 0HQX 2 1 3 to write a message of up to 160 characters. The number of available characters remaining is shown in the top right corner of the display. For details on entering letters, see `Entering letters and numbers' on page 17. If at some point you decide to start over, press 2SWLRQV, then press &OHDU#VFUHHQ. All characters are deleted from the message.
Saving a message
After writing a message, press 2SWLRQV, scroll to 6DYH, then press 2. . The message is saved in the Outbox.
Sending a message
After writing a message, press 2SWLRQV, scroll to 6HQG, then press 2. . Enter the recipient's phone number or find it in the phone book, or enter an e-mail address, then press 2. . The message is sent using the currently selected message setting (see `Message settings' on page 56).
Sending using alternate message setting
6HQG#VSHFLDO allows you to send a message using an alternate message setting (see `Message settings' on page 56). You choose a setting to use, then specify whether you want to enter a phone number (1XPHULF) or a routing address (7H[W2QXPEHUV). Note: If you choose to send the message by e-mail, the phone prompts you for the e-mail address and number if you choose 1XPHULF or the e-mail address and routing address if you choose 7H[W2QXPEHUV. A routing address may be required when sending messages via fax, page, or e-mail. For help using this feature, contact your service provider.
Reading a message
When you receive a text message, the phone displays indicator, and makes a 0HVVDJH#UHFHLYHG and the sound (depending on the message alert tone; see page 26). After reaching the end of the message, use the scroll keys to view the sender's name or phone number, and the date and time the message was received. indicator
About the Inbox
Incoming text messages are stored in the Inbox. The icon in front of the header indicates that a message has been read. 53
Working with messages in the Inbox
Several options are available while you're reading a message. [. . . ] They may not be resold, diverted, transferred, or otherwise disposed of in any other country, either in their original form or after being incorporated through an intermediate process into other end-items, without the written approval of the U. S. Department of State.
NOKIA PCS/CELLULAR PHONE LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
NOKIA warrants that the NOKIA wireless phone and accessories are free from defects in material and workmanship. The warranty period for the Phone (Radio) units and all accessories (excluding carry cases) is twelve (12) months from the date of purchase OR fourteen (14) months from date of wholesale shipment from NOKIA, OR fifteen (15) months from the date of manufacture by NOKIA. The warranty period for the Carry cases is three (3) months from the date of purchase or five (5) months from the date of wholesale shipment from NOKIA. [. . . ]
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