Your device has more than one mode for using the cable connection. Examples of different modes are: Media transfer, Mass storage, Nokia Suite, PC Suite, Media player, Image Transfer, Image Print, Data transfer, and Default mode. The available options in USB or data cable mode settings vary according to device model. Usually by default user should be prompted to select a mode when attaching the USB cable. If no prompt is given, you can check the mode in use from phone settings. Refer to the user guide and/or online resources of your device for detailed instructions.
To establish a connection between your device and the PC running PC Suite, do the following:
You may have predictive text input (also known as T9 dictionary) on in your phone. Predictive text input helps you to type the messages more quickly than using traditional text input. When using the predictive text input, press each key once for a single letter.
To switch off the predictive text input, select Menu > Messages > Create message, then in the message editor select Options > Prediction > Off.
To switch on or off the predictive text input, you can also press and hold #, then select Prediction off.
No, it's not supported.
The pulse symbol stands for voice clarity. This call option enhances the speech intelligibility, especially in noisy environments.
To change setting
Select Menu > Settings > Call > Voice clarity
You may have predictive text input (also known as T9 dictionary) on in your device. Predictive text input helps you to insert the messages more quickly than using traditional text input. When using the predictive text input, press each key once for a single letter.
To switch off the predictive text input, select Menu > Messages > Create message, the message editor is opened, then select Options > Dictionary > Off or Dictionary off.
To switch on or off the predictive text input, you can also press and hold #.
Yes. Nokia Maps currently supports over 30 languages. Select My Preferences at the top right of the screen, and select your desired language from the drop-down list. Select Save Changes to save your preferences.
Sometimes shops may close or restaurants move. If you come across incorrect or missing data, report it to Nokia. If appropriate, the place information is updated for you and other users. You can even propose to add additional details like contact data or the website address of a place to make the place information richer and more complete for everyone.
This is a known issue. The built-in Nokia E72 browser doesn't display Java Objects (for example Banners) correctly, instead the browser exits.
Open the browser and select Options > Settings > General > Java/ECMA script > Disabled.
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|•||When you start your phone it gets stuck and doesn't turn on all the way.|
|•||When you tap, flick, or pan your phone's screen there’s no response.|
|•||Some of your apps or games don’t work as expected.|
|•||Turning your phone off and then back on may resolve the issue. |
To restart your phone, press and hold the Power button until you see Slide down to power off, then flick down. After it’s off, press the Power button to turn on your phone again.
|•||If this restart sequence doesn’t work for your phone, try one of the following options: |
|1.||Swipe left to the App list, tap Settings, then tap Phone update.|
|2.||Tap Check for updates. |
Note You may have to make some room on your phone for the update. If necessary, you may have to delete apps, music, videos, or other media first.
|1.||Tap Download when prompted.|
|2.||Do one of the following: |
Note It typically takes 5-10 minutes to install an update, but may take longer.
|3.||After your phone restarts, wait for it to migrate your settings, and then tap Done to finish the update.|
|1.||Swipe left to the App list , tap Settings , and then tap Backup.|
|2.||Tap App list + settings, and then tap Back up now.|
|1.||Tap About, and then tap Reset your phone.|
|2.||You'll receive two warnings. If you're absolutely sure you want to restore your phone to its factory settings, tap Yes, and then tap Yes again. (It might take a while for the process to complete.)|
|1.||Turn off your phone.|
|2.||Turn on your phone again by pressing the volume down button until you see the exclamation mark .|
|3.||Then, reset the phone by pressing the following four buttons in this order: Volume up, Volume down, Power, Volume down.|
|4.||Your phone should now reset and restart itself. (It might take a while for the process to complete.)|
|1.||When you first set up your phone, sign in using the same Microsoft account you used when you created your backup.|
|2.||When prompted to restore your phone, tap the backup you want to use, tap Next, and then tap Next again.|
|3.||Wait for the backup to download, and then tap Next.|
|4.||Do one of the following: |