Bluetooth profiles are definitions of possible applications and specify general behaviors that Bluetooth enabled devices use to communicate with each other. For example, the Handsfree Profile is used between the handsfree device and the phone. Bluetooth compatibility is gained when Bluetooth enabled devices share (use and understand) the same profile(s).
Common profiles used for most devices are A2DP, Headset, Hands-Free.
It is an agreement between two or more network operators to enable the users of one operator to use the services of another operator. For example, you can make phone calls using the network of another operator, even though you cannot connect directly to the network of your own operator.
With Bluetooth connectivity you can wirelessly connect to other compatible devices within a maximum range of 30 feet (10 meters), free of charge. Compatible devices may include mobile phones, computers, and enhancements such as headsets and car kits. You can use Bluetooth technology to send images, video clips, music and sound clips, and notes. You can also use Bluetooth to connect wirelessly to a compatible printer to print images with Image print.
For more information about Bluetooth technology, visit www.bluetooth.org.
A-GPS is available worldwide, as long as you have access to the cellular network and a data connection. You can also use the service outside your home network (while roaming).
A-GPS does not depend on specific operator services.
Note: You can use A-GPS when you are navigating Nokia maps on GPS capable cellular phones to speed up or improve the startup performance, or time-to-first-fix of a GPS satellite based positioning system.
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Note: Some wireless headsets do not have indicator light and therefore the procedure can be a bit different. Detailed instructions are available in the user guide.
Note: Up to eight devices can be paired with the Nokia Bluetooth Headset. The last or most recent pairing is the active one. When all eight places are full, the oldest pairing is replaced by the new pairing.
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If you cannot connect the headset to the compatible phone, proceed as follows:
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You can download Java applications to the devices either through the phone or using a computer.
Using the device, you need to download desired application from the device web browser and then you will be prompted to install the application once download completes. 3rd party Java application may or may not work depending on it's compatibility with the device.
Using PC, the customer can download the application and save it on the computer. With the use of Nokia Suite, they will be able to install the application on the device by connecting it to the computer through data cables.
If you come across an application you would like to install on your device, double-click the application's installation file, or drag the file onto your device's image in the device area. Then click OK in the dialogue that opens. This will start the application installation.
Note: Make sure the installation package is compatibele with your phone model and only install from sources that offer adequate protection against harmful software.