The highest available software version for the phone model is shown on Nokia website, but the mentioned version may not always be correspondingly available as an update for your phone. Availability of the update depends on many factors, such as existing software version on your phone, regional restrictions, and approval of the software by your network service provider, operator or carrier. It may be due to one of these variables that currently the latest available software for you is of a lower software version than displayed on Nokia website.
New software may become available as update at a later date, so it's best to set up your phone in a way that it automatically tells you when a new software update is available. You can do this in the following way:
Note: Always check the software update availability information from the local Nokia website for your country only. You can change the website locale with the link on the footer of every nokia.com page. In case you have purchased your Nokia phone from another country, go to the local Nokia website of the origin country. Additionally, we recommend that you buy your Nokia phone from an authorized Nokia retailer in your home country. To check for the authorized retailers, go to Store Finder.
To ensure that DRM-protected content will work after the software update in the device, follow these steps:
Nokia Mobile VPN runs in Nokia Symbian smartphones and can be installed from Nokia Store.
Latest Release Notes (in PDF Format) can be found here. The package contains the following release notes:
User Documents (in PDF Format) can be found here. The package contains the following documents:
Gateway configuration guides can be found here. The package contains the following guides:
Web based provision service guides can be found here. The package contains the following guides:
Nokia Configuration Tool can be found here. The package contains:
The legacy Nokia VPN Client Policy tool can be found here.
If you know or suspect that your phone has been attacked by a virus or other malware distributed for example via Bluetooth or MMS, do the following:
Restart your phone
For phones with removable battery:
1. Switch your phone off
2. Remove the battery.
3. After a few seconds, put the battery in and switch your phone on.
For phones with non-removable battery:
1. Press and hold the power button until the phone vibrates and switches off.
2. Switch your phone on again.
Reset your phone
1. Back up your important data using Nokia Suite application on your PC (Tools > Backup).
2- Format your device through dialing *#7370#, it may be required to enter your phone's lock code (12345 by default unless you change it).
3- Restore your data (Tools > Restore).
Update the software
Make sure your phone is running the latest software. For downloads and assistance, go to your local Nokia website's support page.
Install antivirus software
If the previous attempts didn't work, try to search for a compatibe antivirus application on Nokia Store and install it on your device, then try to scan your device to remove the virus.
Visit Nokia Care Point
If you still suspect that your phone is not clean, bring it to Nokia Care Point for inspection.To find nearest location to you, go to the Support section of your local Nokia website.
The blinking closed envelope icon indicates the SIM card message memory is full.
Select Menu > Messaging > Options > (View folders > Options) > SIM messages and delete one or more SMS messages.
Note 1: Class 2 messages (for example, service messages from operators) are stored in the SIM card message memory. Once the SIM card message memory is full, Class 2 messages can't be received.
Note 2: You have used a Nokia S40 product before. In S40 products the SIM card message memory is filled before the device message memory. If you insert a SIM card with full message memory to another device, a blinking message icon appears on the display of your Nokia device.
Note 3: Other reason could be that there is not enough free memory available on the device to store the new message. To release a space go to Messaging > Inbox and remove unnecessary messages
Skydrive is part of Microsoft services, a password-protected online storage on the web (Skydrive.live.com), where you can store and share your documents and pictures up to 7 GB for free.
You can sign in with a Microsoft Account and you are all set. If you do not already have the Microsoft Account, you can create one at www.live.com.
More information can be found from windows.microsoft.com/skydrive.
There are many components have magnetic parts which may activate the alarm or if the store uses wireless ID alarm an apparent detection may result from the radio transmitter modulation.
All Nokia phones are designed not to exceed the limits recommended by international guidelines.
If you cannot connect the headset to the compatible phone, proceed as follows:
Memory full messages may occur if there are too many applications running at the same time or if there is not enough free space in the phone memory. Depending on the error message, the following actions can be taken:
"Memory Full: Close some applications and try again"
In this case there are too many applications active at the same time. The problem can be fixed by closing some of the applications:
If this doesn't help, switch off and restart the phone.
"Memory Full: Delete or remove some data from C: Phone memory"
The phone notifies you if the phone memory or memory card memory is getting low. There can be different error messages shown this situation, e.g.:
To free phone memory, transfer some data to the memory card with the File mgr application (select Menu > Applications > File mgr.). Select or mark files to be moved, select Options > Organise > Move to folder and then the destination folder.
In order to free memory, you could also remove or move the following:
If possible, use the memory card instead of phone memory in the Camera application (select Options > Settings > Memory in use to define the memory where the images are stored). You can also use Nokia Suite to transfer images and video clips to your PC.
If you are deleting multiple items and any of the following notes are shown: Not enough memory to perform operation. Delete some data first or Memory low. Delete some data, try deleting items one by one (starting from the smallest item).
If your memory card or mass memory is not working properly, check the following:
If the memory card or mass memory is not working properly, try backing up any data from your device's memory card or mass memory to your PC, then format the memory card or mass memory by using your Nokia device. Depending on your device, the memory card can usually be formatted in one of the following applications (select the application, open the desired memory device and in the available options select the command to format the memory card or mass memory):
Refer to your device's user guide for more information on how to format the memory card or mass memory.
If you get an error message during the formatting process or an error message after formatting stating that your device cannot read the memory card volume or mass memory, take the memory card or Nokia device (in case you have internal mass memory in your device) to your nearest Nokia care point.
Warning: Formatting your memory card or mass memory will permanently erase all data stored on the memory card or mass memory. Please back up all data stored on your memory card or mass memory before formatting.
Important: The memory card or mass memory inside your Nokia device should ONLY be formatted using your Nokia device. Do not attempt to format your memory card on another device such as a PC, otherwise your memory card may not work properly.