Sunday, 8 January 2006

Nokia 7710: 4.0.1 firmware vs. 4.10.0 firmware upgrade






Comparison of differences between old and new manuals, 7 February 2006


Recently, updated firmware for the Nokia 7710 smartphone was released - version 4.10.0. As I couldn't find an official guide to the new features of the 4.10.0 firmware and their use in practice, apart from the changelog listed on the My-Symbian forum for the Series 90, I decided to compare the user guide/manual before and after the new firmware.

I've written a review of the 4.10.0 upgrade. Also, below are the key changes in the manual (text differences only, the software I tried didn't compare pics) - they are best assessed when viewed in conjunction with a copy of the full new manual as the comparison is line by line rather than more intelligently by text content. I've also not included minor changes like "device" to "smartphone". Also, some of the changes appear to be corrections or additions of items which should have been in the original manual, but weren't. For length reasons I've just made a judgement call as to which bits to include below (including a silly one like "screw up" just for light relief!), and apologies if I've missed anything major out - I don't think I have but I pulled them out manually so mistakes are possible.

[Updated 25 March 2006:] The table below is only an extract - you can view or download the full comparison table but it's 3 MB.

Original: Nokia_7710_UG_en.pdf (9312134 Issue 2 EN) - 4.01.0 firmware
Modified: Nokia_7710_APAC_UG_en_en.pdf - 4.10.0 firmware

Compare File Results (at 7 February 2006):
Changes
Additions
Deletions

# Nokia_7710_UG_en.pdf (9312134 Issue 2 EN) - 4.01.0 Nokia_7710_APAC_UG_en_en.pdf- 4.10.0 #
950 Desk key. Press to open the Desk application, which Desk key. Press to open the Desk application, which 1065
951 is the main view for the smartphone. For more is the main view for the smartphone. For more 1066
952 information, see "Desk" on page 31. A long press opens information, see "Desk" on page 32. A long press opens 1067
953 a list of recently used applications that you can switch a list of recently used applications that you can switch 1068
954 to. to. Can also be used to open alternative My view. For 1069


more information see "My view settings" on page 118 1070
955 8 8 1071
956 Esc key. Closes dialogs or returns to previous view. Esc key. Closes dialogs or returns to previous view. 1072
957 It also cancels actions in dialogs where Cancel button It also cancels actions in dialogs where Cancel button 1073
958 is available. is available. If an application stops responding, press 1074


this key for at least 5 seconds to close the applications 1075


running in the background and free some memory. To 1076


prevent out-of-memory situations, it is a good idea to 1077


Copyright © 1078


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 1079


14 1080


regularly close unused applications by pressing the 1081


key. 1082
1862 To add a background image, press To add a background image, press , and select 2002
1863 , and select Display > Set background image.... Select the image and 2003
1864 Display > Set background image.... Select the image. Tap tap Insert.. To further personalise the display, 2004
1865 Preview if you want to view the image. Otherwise, tap see "Themes" on page 123. 2005
1866 OK. To further personalise the display, see "Themes" Copyright © 2006
1901 33 Active standby 2040
1902 Copyright © 2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. To open the active standby view, press 2041


, or tap 2042


in Desk. 2043


This view contains four application icons that you can 2044


customise, the default status bar, profile indicator, date, 2045


and time. 2046


To change a background image, press 2047


, and select 2048


Display > Set background image.... Select the image, and 2049


tap Set. 2050


To select the applications for active standby, press 2051


, and select Tools > Settings. Tap 2052


, and select each 2053


application from the list. 2054
2052 . To switch between views, press . To switch between views, press 2214


. 2215


To change the orientation of the dialler or speed 2216


dialling view, press 2217


, and select View > Landscape 2218


mode/Portrait mode. 2219


Tip: You can also press 2220


to change the orientation. 2221
2065 To call a number in your directory, tap Contacts in To call a number in your directory: 2234
2066 the Dialler window, select a contact in the directory, 2235
2067 and tap Call. If the contact has more than one phone In landscape mode, tap Contacts in the dialler window, 2236
2068 number, a list opens with all the contact's phone select a contact in the directory, and tap Call. If the 2237
2069 numbers. Choose a number from the list and tap OK. contact has more than one phone number, a list opens 2238


with all the contact's phone numbers. Select a number 2239


from the list, and tap OK. 2240


2241


In portrait mode, Start writing the name of the contact 2242


in the input field. When you see a matching contact in 2243


the list above the input field, tap it and Call. If the 2244


contact has more than one phone number, phone 2245


numbers are listed as separate contacts. To switch 2246


between letters and numbers, press and hold the # 2247


key. 2248
2765 To open a message, double-tap it. If there is a Web To preview a message, tap it once. 2959
2766 link in the message, you can open it by tapping the To open a message, double-tap it. If there is a Web link 2960
2767 link. in the message, you can open it by tapping the link. 2961


To turn message preview on or off, press 2962


, and 2963


select Display > Preview mode. 2964
2829 the same message. the same message. 3027


To delete all sent messages automatically, open the 3028


Sent folder, press 3029


, and select Tools > Delete sent 3030


messages. Define the the maximum number of 3031


messages allowed in Sent folder or the number of days 3032


after which the messages are deleted. 3033
2944 . Select the . Select the 3150
2945 recipient from the list and tap Add. Tap Done when you recipient from the list, the phone number you want to 3151
2946 have selected all recipients. use, and tap Add. Tap Done when you have selected all 3152


recipients. You can also select a contact group as a 3153


recipient.
2968 more expensive than sending just one message. contact group may be more expensive than sending just 3174


one message. 3175


To delete all sent messages automatically, open the 3176


Sent folder, press 3177


, and select Tools > Delete sent 3178


messages. Define the the maximum number of 3179


messages allowed in Inbox or the number of days after 3180


which the messages are deleted.
3004 message. To open a message in Inbox, double-tap it. To preview a message, tap it once. 3222


To open a message, double-tap it. 3223
3256 save the messages to be retrieved later. Select Reject messages to be retrieved later. To retrieve the messages 3482


later, set this setting to Retrieve immediately. Select Reject 3483
3257 message if you want to reject multimedia messages. The message if you want to reject multimedia messages. The
3280 Special message types Smart messages 3507
3281 Your smartphone can receive different types of messages Your smartphone can receive many kinds of smart 3508
3282 that contain data, also called Over-The-Air (OTA) messages, text messages that contain data, also called 3509
3283 messages. Examples of these are picture messages, Over-The-Air (OTA) messages. Examples of these are 3510
3284 business cards, ringing tones, or calendar entries. picture messages, business cards, ringing tones, or 3511


calendar entries. 3512
3521 frequency and the possible end date. When you have tap Repeat. Define the repeat frequency and the 3753
3522 specified all the required details, tap Done. possible end date. To make the entry private, so that 3754


the details are not shown to others when your calendar 3755


is synchronised with a networked PC calendar, select 3756


Synchronisation:Private. When you have specified all the 3757


required details, tap Done. 3758
3595 will go off. To repeat the task, tap Repeat. Define the will go off. To make the task private, so that the 3833
3596 repeat frequency, and the possible end date. details are not shown to others when your calendar is 3834


synchronised with a networked PC calendar, select 3835


Synchronisation:Private. To repeat 3836


the task, tap Repeat. Define the repeat frequency, 3837


and the possible end date. 3838
3597 To edit a note, double-tap it, and make the changes. To edit a note, double-tap it, and make the changes. 3839
3598 To mark the selected task as complete, press To mark the selected task as complete, press 3840
3599 , , 3841
3600 and select To-do note > Mark as completed. and select To-do note > Mark as completed. 3842
3601 To make a note private so that the details will not be

3602 shown to others when your calendar is synchronised

3603 with a networked PC calendar, press

3604 , and select To-

3605 do note >Mark as private.

3667 instructions. instructions. 3905


Based on the type of the SIM card you use, your device may 3906


be able to automatically add the correct settings for WWW 3907


browsing and MMS. 3908
3704 . . 3946


To enable or disable flash animations, press 3947


, and 3948


select or clear Display > Enable flash. Disabling flash 3949


animations may speed up browsing. 3950
3731 Navigating Navigating 3980


Tip: Tap and hold the stylus on a Web page to open 3981


menu for showing or hiding images, enabling or 3982


disabling flash animations, navigating, and other 3983


functions.The content of this menu varies. 3984

3771 Tip: Tap on an image or link by holding the stylus

3772 down for about a second to open a popup menu. This

3773 has options to save the image or open the link in a new

3774 window. Zoom option is available in the popup menu

3775 when you tap and hold the stylus down anywhere on

3776 a web page.

3874 with plug-ins. Plug-ins enable the use of Flash animations with plug-ins. 4120
3875 and other extra functionality.


3925 whether to keep it or not. If you tap Save or press the whether to keep it. To save the picture, tap Save. 4170
3926 centre of the scroll key, the picture is saved Images are saved in the folder displayed in the title area 4171
3927 automatically in the Images application in the folder of the screen. To send the picture as an e-mail 4172
3928 displayed in the title area of the screen. message attachment, multimedia message, or using 4173


Bluetooth connection, tap Send. To discard the 4174


picture without saving it, tap Delete 4175
3968 viewfinder. The better the picture quality, the more viewfinder. The better the video quality, the more memory 4216
3969 memory the picture consumes. the picture consumes. 4217
3983 viewfinder. The better the video quality, the more The better the video quality, the more memory the picture 4233
3984 memory the video consumes. consumes. 4234
4033 the subjects to squint their eyes. The contrast may also the subjects to screw up their eyes. The contrast may 4284
4124 to which the image is added. to which the image is added. 4374


To set an image as a wallpaper, press 4375


, and select 4376


Tools > Set image. Crop the image with the stylus, if 4377


necessary. 4378
4222 To draw a filled ellipse or circle, press To draw a filled ellipse or circle, press 4479


, and 4480


select Tools > Sketch tools > Filled oval. 4481


To undo changes, tap Undo; or press 4482
4223 , and select , and select 4483
4347 To delete a selected video from the smartphone, To delete a selected video from the smartphone, 4606
4348 press press 4607
4349 , and select Media clip > Delete. , and select Edit > Delete. 4608



Nokia Audio Manager 4631


Nokia Audio Manager is part of Nokia PC Suite. With Nokia 4632


PC Suite you can edit, store, and synchronise your 4633


smartphone data with a Microsoft Windows based PC 4634


system. For more information on PC Suite and installation 4635


instructions, see the Nokia PC Suite User Guide provided on 4636


the CD-ROM supplied with your smartphone, "Nokia PC 4637


Suite" on page 146, and Nokia PC Suite online help. 4638


With Nokia Audio Manager, you can create and organise 4639


digital music files on a compatible PC and transfer them to 4640


a compatible phone. 4641


With Nokia Audio Manager you can also do the following: 4642


4643


Play CD audio. 4644


4645


Save CD music tracks to .aac format. 4646


4647


Play .aac, .mp3, and .mp4 music tracks. 4648


4649


Create, edit, and play .m3u playlists. 4650


4651


Organise music tracks and playlists in the Nokia Audio 4652


Manager Music Studio. 4653


4654


Transfer .aac, mp3, and .mp4 tracks from the Music 4655


Studio to a compatible Nokia phone. 4656


4657


Transfer playlists from Music Studio to a compatible 4658


Nokia phone. 4659


4660


In the Small Player mode, play the tracks in the current 4661


Music Studio or CD Player window. 4662


Nokia Audio Manager is organised around a Music Studio, 4663


a desktop workspace from which you can organise and 4664


copy tracks to your phone. Music can be placed in the 4665


studio from any Windows folder. 4666


The CD Player allows you to save CD audio files in .aac 4667


digital format, which you then add to the Music Studio and 4668


transfer to a compatible Nokia phone. 4669


You can make Nokia Audio Manager the default music 4670


player for all supported file types. 4671


For information on other features of Nokia Audio Manager, 4672


see Nokia PC Suite online help. 4673


Note: Do not connect the smartphone to your PC 4674


before you install the Nokia PC Suite software from the 4675


CD-ROM supplied with your smartphone. 4676


Opening Nokia Audio Manager 4677


You can open Nokia PC Suite applications from the PC 4678


Suite main window by clicking the icons. 4679


1To open the PC Suite window, do one of the following: 4680


•On the Windows taskbar, click the Nokia PC Suite 4681


icon. 4682


•On your computer desktop, double-click the Nokia 4683


PC Suite icon. 4684


•In the Windows Start menu, click Programs > Nokia 4685


PC Suite. 4686


2Click the Transfer music icon. 4687


Copyright © 4688


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 4689


87 4690


Tip: You can access the Nokia PC Suite help from the 4691


main window Help menu. The Help menu item Order 4692


Settings takes you to a web page where you can order 4693


settings for your Nokia smartphone messaging and 4694


browsing features, such as WAP/GPRS, multimedia 4695


messaging, and Internet settings. 4696


Transferring tracks to your 4697


smartphone 4698


With Nokia Audio Manager you can transfer music tracks 4699


to your smartphone from a CD. First save music from a CD 4700


on the PC, then transfer the tracks from Audio Manager to 4701


the smartphone. 4702


Tip: With a USB cable (DKU-2) connection, you can 4703


transfer large files such as music files between your 4704


smartphone and the PC more quickly than with 4705


Bluetooth connection. 4706


To transfer music from a CD to a compatible PC: 4707


1Insert a music CD in the CD drive of your PC. 4708


2In the Nokia PC Suite main window, click Transfer Music 4709


to open Nokia Audio Manager. 4710


3Click CD Player, and select the tracks you want to 4711


transfer to your smartphone. 4712


4Click Save tracks. The files are saved to your PC in .aac 4713


file format. 4714


To transfer music from a compatible PC to your 4715


smartphone: 4716


1Click Music Studio to view the saved tracks. 4717


2If no tracks are visible, click File > Search. Click Browse 4718


and Start search. See "Finding tracks on the hard disk" 4719


on page 88 for details. 4720


3Select a track, and click Edit > Track or Playlist to 4721


change the track and artist names. 4722


4Connect your smartphone to the PC. Nokia Audio 4723


Manager automatically detects the smartphone, and 4724


the Mobile Phone pane shows the music tracks stored 4725


earlier on this smartphone. 4726


5In the Mobile Phone pane, right-click the phone or 4727


memory card folder to which you want to transfer the 4728


music, and select Create Folder. Name the folder (for 4729


example, Music). 4730


6Select the phone folder to which you want to transfer 4731


music. 4732


7In Music Studio, select the tracks you want to transfer 4733


to the smartphone, and click Transfer to phone. When 4734


the transfer is complete, the files appear in the list. 4735


The music tracks are now saved in your smartphone, 4736


and you can listen to them on your smartphone. 4737


Tip: If you have a memory card in your smartphone, 4738


save the music on the memory card to save space in the 4739


smartphone memory. 4740


Copyright © 4741


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 4742


88 4743


Editing CD track information 4744


You can edit track titles in the CD Player window. The new 4745


titles are used as file names whenever you save the tracks. 4746


If you have already saved the track, add this track to the 4747


Music Studio, and edit the title there. 4748


To change the title of a CD track, do one of the 4749


following: 4750


4751


Double-click a track title, and enter the new title name. 4752


4753


Right-click a track title, and select Modify title from the 4754


pop-up menu. 4755


Finding tracks on the hard disk 4756


You can scan your hard disks and CD drives for supported 4757


music files and import them into the Music Studio. 4758


1Click File > Search. The Search disks for music dialog box 4759


appears. 4760


2Click Browse... to select a drive and folder you want to 4761


scan for tracks. 4762


3Select the file type to search for: .mp3, .mp4, or .aac 4763


audio files or .m3u playlist files. 4764


4Click Start search. Tracks are automatically added to the 4765


Music Studio window. 4766


5Click Cancel or search another drive or folder. 4767


Adding tracks to the Music 4768


Studio 4769


You must add tracks to the Music Studio window before 4770


you can work with them. Adding a music track to the 4771


Music Studio does not automatically add it to a playlist. 4772


To add music tracks to the Music Studio, do one of 4773


the following: 4774


4775


In the Music Studio window, click Add. Browse your 4776


Windows folders for music files supported by Nokia 4777


Audio Manager. Double-click a file or highlight files, 4778


and select Open. 4779


4780


Click File > Search. Set the search criteria, and select 4781


Start search. Tracks and playlists are automatically 4782


added to the Music Studio. 4783


4784


From Windows Explorer, drag Nokia Audio Manager 4785


supported files onto the Music Studio window. 4786


Nokia Audio Manager automatically loads music tracks to 4787


the Music Studio window after you save the tracks from a 4788


CD into a folder on the PC. If you want to deselect this 4789


option, select Options > Preferences > Miscellaneous, and 4790


clear Add saved tracks to Music Studio automatically. 4791


Copyright © 4792


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 4793


89 4794


Editing track information 4795


The track record for each track contains general 4796


information, including track title, artist name, duration, 4797


size,and type. You can only edit the track title and artist 4798


name. 4799


1Right-click a track name, and select Edit... from the 4800


pop-up menu. 4801


2In the Edit Track dialog, enter or edit the track 4802


information. 4803


3Click Save. 4804


Playlists 4805


Creating a playlist 4806


Nokia Audio Manager allows you to organise music tracks 4807


as a playlist. You can create and work with playlists in the 4808


Music Studio window. 4809


1Select the tracks in the Music Studio that you want to 4810


add to a new playlist. 4811


2Click Edit > Create New Playlist. 4812


3In the Save as dialog box, select the Windows folder in 4813


which the playlist is saved, and enter the playlist name. 4814


Adding tracks to a playlist 4815


To add tracks to a playlist, do one of the following: 4816


4817


Select tracks in the Music Studio window, and create a 4818


new playlist. 4819


4820


Copy or cut tracks to the clipboard, and paste them 4821


into an existing playlist. 4822


4823


Drag-and-drop tracks into an open playlist in the Music 4824


Studio window. 4825


4826


Drag-and-drop tracks from Windows Explorer into an 4827


open Music Studio playlist. 4828


To copy tracks into a playlist, in the Music Studio 4829


window, do the following: 4830


1Select and right-click the tracks you want to add to the 4831


playlist. 4832


2From the pop-up menu, select Copy. 4833


3Right-click the playlist to which you want to add 4834


tracks, and select Paste. 4835


Adding playlists to the Music Studio 4836


You can group tracks and save them as a playlist. When 4837


you load a playlist into the Music Studio, you can play, 4838


edit, save, or remove it. 4839


To add playlists to the Music Studio, do one of the 4840


following: 4841


4842


Click Edit > Create New Playlist. If tracks are highlighted 4843


in Music Studio, they are automatically added to the 4844


new playlist. Select the Windows folder to which you 4845


want to save the new playlist, enter the playlist name, 4846


and click Save. 4847


Copyright © 4848


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 4849


90 4850


4851


In the Music Studio window, click Add. Browse through 4852


your Windows folders for playlist files supported by 4853


Nokia Audio Manager. Double-click a file or highlight 4854


files, and click Open. 4855


For more information on Nokia Audio Manager, see PC 4856


Suite online help. 4857


Editing playlist information 4858


Each playlist contains a playlist title. You can edit this 4859


information and save it. In the Music Studio window, 4860


right-click the playlist name, and select Edit... 4861


1In the Edit Playlist dialog, enter or edit the playlist title. 4862


2Click Save. 4863


Finding playlists on the hard disk 4864


You can scan your hard disks and CD drives for supported 4865


playlists and import them into the Music Studio. 4866


1Click File > Search. The Search disks for music dialog box 4867


appears. 4868


2Click the Browse... button to select a drive and folder 4869


you want to scan for playlists. 4870


3Select the file type to search for (*.m3u playlist files). 4871


4Select Start search. Playlists are automatically added 4872


to the Music Studio window. 4873


5Select Cancel, or search another drive or folder. 4874


Removing music tracks and 4875


playlists from the phone 4876


To remove music files and playlists from the phone: 4877


1Connect your phone to the PC. If Nokia Audio Manager 4878


is already running, it automatically detects the phone 4879


connection. 4880


2In the Mobile phone window, you can see the type of 4881


phone connected and the music content currently 4882


stored on this phone. 4883


3 Highlight phone tracks and playlists. Click Remove at 4884


the bottom of the Mobile phone window. Or, right- 4885


click a track or a playlist, and select Remove. To remove 4886


all tracks from the phone, right-click a track in the 4887


Mobile phone window, and select Remove All. 4888


To remove tracks from an open playlist: 4889


1To open the playlist in the Music Studio window, click 4890


the plus sign [+] next to the playlist name. 4891


2Select the tracks you want to delete from the playlist. 4892


3Right-click the selected tracks, and select Remove 4893


from the pop-up menu. 4894


You can also drag-and-drop the tracks from the 4895


playlist into the Music Studio tracks list. 4896

4377 file format. file format. You can create and edit track lists with 4907


MusicPlayer of Nokia Audio Manager. Nokia Audio 4908


Manager is part of Nokia PC Suite. 4909
4378
4440 Managing tracks Managing tracks 4971


To add a track to a track list, press 4972


, and select 4973


Track> Add to track list.... 4974


To remove a track from a track list, press 4975


, and 4976


select Track> Remove from track list. 4977


To set a track as a ringing tone, select a track, press 5007


, and select Tools > Set as ringing tone. 5008

4473 Track lists Track lists 5013
4474 Note that you cannot create new track lists in Music To create a new track list, press 5014
4475 player, but you can transfer track lists created elsewhere to , and select 5015
4476 your smartphone. You can use a memory card or Track > New track list.... 5016
4477 compatible computer to transfer the track lists. For To open a track list, press 5017
4478 information on transferring track lists to your smartphone, , and select 5018
4479 see the Nokia PC Suite Guide on the sales package CDROM. Track > Change track list..., or Recent track lists to open 5019
4480 To open a track list , press one of the last six track lists that you used. 5020
4481 , and select Track > Track list view 5021
4482 Change track list..., or Recent track lists to open one of the To rename a track list, press 5022
4483 last six track lists that you have used. , and select 5023
4484 86 Track list > Rename.... 5024
4485 Copyright © 2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. To add tracks to a track list, press 5025


, and select 5026


Track list > Add to track list.... Open the location of the 5027


tracks, select the tracks, and tap Add. 5028


To delete the track list, press 5029


, and select 5030


Track list > Delete track list. 5031

5235 Use this authentication procedure each time you add a Use this authentication procedure to check all new 5802
5236 new certificate. certificates. 5803
5341 You may have to set up several Internet connections,

5342 depending on the sites you want to access. For example,

5343 browsing the Internet may require one setup, whereas

5344 browsing your company's intranet may require another

5345 connection.

5346 The Messaging application also uses the Internet access

5347 point to send and receive e-mail and multimedia

5348 messages. See "Messaging" on page 45.

5545 VPN management

5546 Go to Desk > Control panel > VPN management. For

5547 details see "Virtual private networking" on page 115



My view settings 6121


Go to Desk > Control panel > My view settings. 6122


Normally you tap the 6123


key or tap 6124


icon to return to 6125


Desk. With My view settings you can set your smartphone 6126


so that alternate taps of 6127


open either Desk or your 6128


favourite application 6129


To select the application that opens when you press 6130


the Desk key in Desk, tap 6131


, and select the 6132


application from the list. 6133
6185 In Log, you can view and clear log messages. You can view In Log, you can view and clear log messages. You can view 6774
6186 the message type, the time when each message is the message write, the time when each message is 6775
6187 recorded, and the beginning of the log message. recorded, and the beginning of the log message. 6776
6424 formatting. formatting. Formatting also removes the password 7022


protection of the card. 7023
6432 , select Tools > Backup/Restore... and tap Restore. , select Tools > Backup/Restore... and tap Restore. 7031


To set a password for a memory card, press 7032


, 7033


select Tools > Set password..., and enter the password in 7034


both fields. To edit the password, press 7035


, and select 7036


Tools > Edit password.... 7037

6482 and select Options > Create > Text and select Options > Create text 7090
6483 message / Multimedia message . message.... 7091

6525 Copyright © 2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 7134


140 7135


Converter 7136


You can use the Converter to convert units of 7137


measurement and currencies. 7138


Note: The converter has limited accuracy and rounding 7139


errors may occur. 7140


To convert a unit, select the unit type in the left 7141


column, select the unit to convert from in the upper 7142


field of the right column, and the unit to convert to in 7143


the lower field. Enter the value to convert in the upper 7144


Amount:field. Tap the right column to refresh the 7145


display, if necessary. 7146


Converting currency 7147


To set the base currency, press 7148


, and select Set 7149


base currency. Select the default currency from the list. 7150


To set the exchange rate before converting, press 7151


, and select Edit currencies.... Select the currency to 7152


edit, tap Edit, and enter the current exchange rate. 7153


To add a new currency, press 7154


, and select Edit 7155


currencies.... Tap New, and enter the required 7156


information. 7157


To delete a currency, press 7158


, and select Edit 7159


currencies.... Select the currency, and tap Delete. Tap 7160


Delete again to confirm. 7161
6609 Message deletion interval (hours): - Define how often all the Message deletion interval (hours): - Define the time period 7249
6610 read messages are removed. after which all the read messages will be removed. 7250


A PC with the Windows 2000 or Windows XP operating 7462


system 7463


7464


At least 250 MB of free disk space and additional space 7465


for music tracks 7466


7467


Either a USB port for cable connection or Bluetooth 7468


wireless technology equipment and software for 7469


wireless Bluetooh connection 7470


Copyright © 7471


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 7472


147 7473


7474


Bluetooth wireless technology equipment should come 7475


with one of the following Bluetooth stacks: Microsoft 7476


Windows XP Bluetooth (included in XP SP2), 7477


WIDCOMM BTW 1.4 and BTW 3.0, Toshiba Bluetooth 7478


Stack for Windows XP/2000, VT BlueSoleil Bluetooth 7479


stack for Windows XP/2000. To check what Bluetooth 7480


stack your PC has installed: in the Windows Start 7481


menu, click Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device 7482


Manager, or in the Nokia PC Suite main window, click 7483


Help > About > System Information. 7484


7485


To install drivers for the DKU-2 cable, you need 7486


Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later, or 7487


Windows XP with Service Pack 1 or later. 7488


Installing Nokia PC Suite 7489


Install Nokia PC Suite from the CD-ROM, or from the Nokia 7490


PC Suite Web-page at www.nokia.com/pcsuite. 7491


To establish a connection between your smartphone and 7492


the PC, you also need drivers on your PC. Drivers for DKU-2 7493


USB connection and Bluetooth connection are installed 7494


automatically when you install PC Suite or when you 7495


connect your smartphone to the PC with the Get 7496


Connected wizard. 7497


Before installation 7498


If you have an earlier version of Nokia PC Suite (5.x or 6.x) 7499


installed on your PC, the earlier version is automatically 7500


replaced during the installation. If you need to uninstall 7501


the older version manually, the installation program will 7502


ask you to do so. 7503


If you want to use a Bluetooth connection, you must 7504


install Bluetooth wireless technology software on your PC. 7505


For more information on Bluetooth software you can use 7506


with Nokia PC Suite, see "System requirements for Nokia 7507


PC Suite" on page 146. 7508


If you are upgrading (for example, from PC Suite 6.41 or 7509


earlier to PC Suite 6.6), synchronise your smartphone with 7510


existing PC Suite before upgrading, to avoid duplicate 7511


calendar appointments. When you have installed PC Suite 7512


6.6, rerun synchronisation. 7513


Installing PC Suite 6.6 from a CD-ROM 7514


1Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your PC, 7515


and click the installation option to start installing 7516


Nokia PC Suite 6.6. 7517


2Select the language, and click OK. The installation 7518


program starts. 7519


3Follow the instructions on the screen. You must read 7520


and accept the licence agreement before continuing. 7521


If you have an older version of Nokia PC Suite installed 7522


on your PC, you are informed that it will be uninstalled. 7523


You may be asked to restart your computer during the 7524


installation. 7525


4When the installation is complete, the Get Connected 7526


wizard opens automatically, and you can select the 7527


connection types you want to use. 7528


Copyright © 7529


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 7530


148 7531


Installing PC Suite 6.6 from the Web 7532


1Open a web browser, and go to www.nokia.com/ 7533


pcsuite > Download. The Download Assistant opens. 7534


2Select Nokia 7710 from the list, and click Continue. If 7535


there are two versions available for your smartphone, 7536


you are asked to select your PC operating system. 7537


3Select the language to download in the drop-down list, 7538


and click Download. 7539


4Save the file on your PC. Click Continue, and follow the 7540


instructions on the last screen of the Download 7541


Assistant. 7542


5Browse to the downloaded file 7543


Nokia_PC_Suite_66_xx.exe (where xx stands for the 7544


language), and click it. The installation program starts. 7545


6Follow the instructions on the screen. You must read 7546


and accept the licence agreement before continuing.If 7547


you have an older version of Nokia PC Suite installed on 7548


your PC, you are informed that it will be uninstalled. 7549


You may be asked to restart your computer during the 7550


installation. 7551


7When the installation is complete, the Get Connected 7552


wizard opens automatically, and you can set up the 7553


connection types you want to use. 7554


Connecting your smartphone and a PC 7555


Selecting a connection type 7556


When you have installed Nokia PC Suite, the Get Connected 7557


wizard opens automatically and guides you in configuring 7558


the connection type you want to use. 7559


You can connect your smartphone and a PC with a USB 7560


cable or Bluetooth wireless technology. 7561


Connection type details 7562


DKU-2 USB cable is a fast and reliable data transfer 7563


method between a smartphone and a PC. 7564


Bluetooth wireless technology connects your smartphone 7565


wirelessly to your PC within a short range. The smartphone 7566


and the PC must be within a 10 metre (about 30 feet) 7567


radius of each other. 7568


If you did not receive a cable with your smartphone, you 7569


can buy one from your Nokia retailer. 7570


Connection status 7571


You can see the connection status at the bottom of the 7572


Nokia PC Suite main window. 7573


If the smartphone gets disconnected, you can reconnect 7574


your smartphone to the PC in Get Connected. Open Get 7575


Connected from the bottom of the PC Suite main window. 7576


Copyright © 7577


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 7578


149 7579


Connecting your smartphone to a PC with a 7580


cable 7581


1In Get Connected, select Cable connection as the 7582


connection type. 7583


2Connect the cable to the PC when Get Connected 7584


prompts you to do so, then connect the other end of 7585


the cable to the smartphone. 7586


3The first time you use a cable connection, you must 7587


wait until Get Connected finishes installing the 7588


required drivers. 7589


Connecting your smartphone to a PC using 7590


Bluetooth 7591


1Make your smartphone discoverable to other Bluetooth 7592


devices, and activate the Bluetooth connection of your 7593


smartphone. For instructions, see your smartphone user 7594


guide. 7595


2When you activate Bluetooth for the first time, you are 7596


asked to give a name to your smartphone. The name is 7597


used whenever you pair your smartphone and a PC. 7598


3If you use a Bluetooth adapter, ensure it is plugged into 7599


the PC. 7600


4In Get Connected, select the Bluetooth stack you want 7601


to use from the list of supported Bluetooth stacks. 7602


5In Get Connected, follow the instructions to pair your 7603


smartphone with the PC. 7604


Pairing devices for Bluetooth connection 7605


To use Bluetooth as the connection type, you must pair 7606


your smartphone and the PC. Pairing means to associate 7607


two devices so that they can communicate with each 7608


other. You only need to pair the devices once, before you 7609


use the connection for the first time. Follow the 7610


instructions in Get Connected. 7611


When you are prompted to enter the passcode, enter the 7612


passcode generated by Get Connected. Or, enter a passcode 7613


of your choice (1-16 characters, numeric) on the PC, and 7614


enter it again on the smartphone. This passcode is used 7615


only once, and you do not need to memorise it. 7616


You must authorise the connection between your Nokia 7617


smartphone and your PC. Select Yes when you see a 7618


connection request on the smartphone display. 7619


You can set your PC as authorised, so that individual 7620


connections between your smartphone and your PC do not 7621


need separate authorisation. Open the Paired devices view 7622


on your smartphone, select your PC, and edit the PC to be 7623


authorised or trusted, depending on the term used in your 7624


smartphone. 7625


Remote configuration 7626


(network service) 7627
6819 Go to Desk > Device manager. Go to Desk > Device manager. 7628
7012 for at least 5 seconds to free some memory. If this for at least 5 seconds to close all applications 7822
7013 does not help, switch off the smartphone, and switch except the currently used one. If this does not help, 7823
7014 it back on. If there is still no response, switch the switch off the smartphone, and switch it back on. If 7824
7015 phone off, remove the battery, wait for at least ten there is still no response, switch the phone off, remove 7825
7016 seconds, and replace the battery. To avoid problems the battery, wait for at least ten seconds, and replace 7826
7189 CARE AND MAINTENANCE Always use original Nokia batteries for your safety. To check 8000


that you are getting an original Nokia battery, purchase it from 8001


an authorized Nokia dealer, look for the Nokia Original 8002


Enhancements logo on the packaging, and inspect the 8003


hologram label using the following steps: 8004


Successful completion of the four steps is not a total 8005


assurance of the authenticity of the battery. If you have any 8006


reason to believe that your battery is not an authentic original 8007


Nokia battery, you should refrain from using it, and take it to 8008


the nearest authorized Nokia service point or dealer for 8009


assistance. Your authorized Nokia service point or dealer will 8010


inspect the battery for authenticity. If authenticity cannot be 8011


verified, return the battery to the place of purchase. 8012


Copyright © 8013


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8014


157 8015


Authenticate hologram 8016


1When looking at the hologram 8017


on the label, you should see the 8018


Nokia connecting hands 8019


symbol from one angle and the 8020


Nokia Original Enhancements 8021


logo when looking from 8022


another angle. 8023


2When you angle the hologram 8024


left, right, down, and up, you 8025


should see 1, 2, 3, and 4 dots on 8026


each side respectively. 8027


3 8028


Scratch the side of the label to 8029


reveal a 20-digit code, for 8030


example, 8031


12345678919876543210.Turn 8032


the battery so that the 8033


numbers are facing upwards. 8034


The 20-digit code reads 8035


starting from the number at 8036


the top row followed by the 8037


bottom row. 8038


4Confirm that the 20-digit code 8039


is valid by following the 8040


instructions at 8041


www.nokia.com/batterycheck. 8042


To create a text message enter the 20-digit code, for example, 8043


12345678919876543210, and send to +44 7786 200276. 8044


8045


For countries in Asia Pacific excluding India: Key in the 8046


20-digit code, for example 12345678919876543210, and 8047


send to +61 427151515. 8048


8049


For India only: Key in 'Battery' followed by the 20-digit 8050


battery code, for example Battery 8051


12345678919876543210, and send to 5555. 8052


National and international operator charges will apply. 8053


You should receive a message indicating whether the code 8054


can be authenticated. 8055


What if your battery is not authentic? 8056


If you cannot confirm that your Nokia battery with the 8057


hologram on the label is an authentic Nokia battery, please do 8058


not use the battery. Take it to the nearest authorized Nokia 8059


service point or dealer for assistance. The use of a battery that 8060


is not approved by the manufacturer may be dangerous and 8061


may result in poor performance and damage to your device 8062


and its enhancements. It may also invalidate any approval or 8063


warranty applying to the device. 8064


To find out more about original Nokia batteries, visit 8065


www.nokiaoriginals.com/check. 8066


Copyright © 8067


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8068


158 8069


Nokia original enhancements 8070


A new extensive range of enhancements is available for 8071


your phone. Select the enhancements which accommodate 8072


your specific communication needs. Some of the 8073


enhancements are described in detail below. 8074


List of compatible enhancements: 8075


Audio 8076


Fashion Stereo Headset 8077


HS-3 8078


Headset 8079


HS-5 8080


Stereo Headset 8081


HDS-3 8082


Boom Headset 8083


HDB-4 8084


Wireless Headset 8085


HDW-3 8086


Wireless Clip-on Headset 8087


HS-3W 8088


Wireless Boom Headset 8089


HS-4W 8090


Inductive Loopset 8091


LPS-4 8092


Car 8093


Headrest Handsfree 8094


BHF-3 8095


Plug-in Car Handsfree 8096


HF-3 8097


Mobile Charger 8098


LCH-12 8099


Advanced Car Kit 8100


CK-7W 8101


Covers 8102


Changeable covers 8103


Data 8104


Connectivity Cable 8105


DKU-2 8106


Memory Card 8107


DTS-64 8108


Wireless GPS Module 8109


LD-1W 8110


Imaging 8111


Nokia Remote Camera 8112


PT-6 8113


Image Album 8114


PD-1 8115


Power 8116


Battery 8117


BP-5L 8118


Compact Charger 8119


AC-1A 8120


Travel Charger 8121


ACP-12 8122


Copyright © 8123


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8124


159 8125


Some of the enhancements are described in detail below. 8126


For availability of the enhancements, please check with 8127


your local dealer. A few practical rules for enhancements 8128


operation: 8129


8130


Keep the enhancements out of small children's reach. 8131


8132


When you disconnect the powercord of any accessory, 8133


grasp and pull the plug, not the cord. 8134


8135


Check regularly that all mobilephone equipment in a 8136


vehicle is mounted and operating properly. 8137


Use only batteries, chargers and enhancements 8138


approved by the phone manufacturer. The use of any 8139


other types may invalidate any approval or warranty 8140


applying to the phone, and may be dangerous. 8141


Battery 8142


# Variation in operation times may occur depending on 8143


SIM card, network and usage settings, usage style and 8144


environments. 8145


Wireless Clip-on Headset HS-3W 8146


Easy-to-wear wireless headset with a clip-on main body 8147


and earpiece for both business and pleasure. 8148


The headset uses Bluetooth wireless technology between 8149


the main body and a compatible phone. Basic call handling 8150


from headset and LED indicating active wireless 8151


connection. 8152


Type 8153


Tech 8154


Talktime# 8155


Standby# 8156


BP-5L 8157


Li-polymer 8158


up to 3.5 8159


hours to 8160


12 hours 8161


up to 175 8162


hours (7 days) 8163


to 220 hours 8164


(9 days) 8165


Copyright © 8166


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8167


160 8168


Boom Headset HDB-4 8169


This small and lightweight headset has a beautiful and 8170


distinctive Nokia design. Gives you excellent audio quality 8171


and you can answer or end calls by pressing the button on 8172


the microphone part of the headset. 8173


Nokia Advanced Car Kit 8174


CK-7W 8175


The Nokia Advanced Car Kit CK-7W offers user-friendly 8176


handsfree communication and works with both wireless 8177


and wired connections 8178


This kit includes: 8179


8180


Handsfree Unit HF-5 8181


8182


Remote Control CU-7 8183


8184


External HF Speaker HFS-12 8185


8186


Microphone HFM-8 8187


8188


Data Cable CA-27 8189


8190


Mounting Plate MK-2 8191


8192


Power Cable PCU-4 8193


8194


User/Installation Guide 8195


Copyright © 8196


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8197


161 8198


Travel Charger ACP-12 8199


A fast and efficient way to charge your phone battery. 8200


Suitable for active travelers. Powerful multivoltage 8201


charger. 8202


Note: Plug types vary according to different markets. 8203


Copyright © 8204


2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8205


162 8206


Care and Maintenance 8207


Use chargers indoors. 8249


8250


Always create a backup of data you want to keep, such as 8251


contacts and calendar notes, before sending your device to 8252


a service facility. 8253
7245 use an approved holder or carrying case. case, belt clip or holder is used for body-worn operation, it 8270


should not contain metal and should position the device the 8271


above-stated distance from your body. 8272


In order to transmit data files or messages, this device requires 8273


a good quality connection to the network. In some cases, 8274


transmission of data files or messages may be delayed until 8275


such a connection is available. Ensure the above separation 8276


distance instructions are followed until the transmission is 8277


completed. 8278
7248 not hold the device to the ear with the hearing aid. Always not hold the device to the ear with the hearing aid. Do not 8281
7249 secure the device in its holder, because metallic materials place credit cards or other magnetic storage media near the 8282
7250 may be attracted by the earpiece. Do not place credit cards or device, because information stored on them may be erased. 8283
7251 other magnetic storage media near the device, because

7252 information stored on them may be erased.

7350 If you need to make an emergency call while the device is If certain features are in use, you may first need to turn those 8387
7351 locked and in flight profile, you may be able to enter an features off before you can make an emergency call. If the 8388
7352 emergency number preprogrammed in your device at the lock device is in the offline or flight mode, you must change the 8389
7353 146 profile to activate the phone function before you can make an 8390
7354 Copyright © 2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. emergency call. Consult this guide or your service provider for 8391
7355 code field and tap Call. The device will confirm that you are more information. 8392
7356 about to exit flight profile to start an emergency call.

7357 Consult this guide or your service provider for more

7358 information.

7359 Some networks may require that a valid SIM card is properly

7360 inserted in the device.

7392 This device meets RF exposure guidelines when used either in SAR values may vary depending on national reporting and 8428
7393 the normal use position against the ear or when positioned at testing requirements and the network band. Use of device 8429
7394 least 2.2 cm away from the body. When a carry case, belt clip accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR 8430
7395 or holder is used for body-worn operation, it should not values. Additional SAR information may be provided under 8431
7396 contain metal and should position the product at least 2.2 cm product information at www.nokia.com. 8432
7397 away from your body. * The SAR limit for mobile devices used by the public is 2.0 W/ 8433
7398 In order to transmit data files or messages, this device requires kg averaged over 10 grams of body tissue. The guidelines 8434
7399 a quality connection to the network. In some cases, incorporate a substantial margin of safety to give additional 8435
7400 transmission of data files or messages may be delayed until protection for the public and to account for any variations in 8436
7401 such a connection is available. Ensure the above separation measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national 8437
7402 distance instructions are followed until the transmission is reporting requirements and the network band. For SAR 8438
7403 completed. information in other regions, please look under product 8439
7404 * The SAR limit for mobile devices used by the public is 2.0 information at www.nokia.com. 8440
7405 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of body Copyright © 8441
7406 tissue. The guidelines incorporate a substantial margin of 2005 Nokia. All rights reserved. 8442
7407 safety to give additional protection for the public and to 167 8443
7408 account for any variations in measurements. SAR values may

7409 vary depending on national reporting requirements and the

7410 network band. For SAR information in other regions please

7411 look under product information at www.nokia.com.

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