Do the following:
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.
If you cannot connect the headset to the compatible phone, proceed as follows:
Do the following:
If the problem persists, contact your network operator or local Nokia Care Point.
In standby mode (or with touch screen devices after opening the dialler/dialling pad), quickly double press the * key.
In the Symbian^3 devices (e.g. Nokia N8-00, C6-01, C7-00) you can delete and rename a collection or route in the Favourites folder of Maps by long pressing the collection or route and selecting Delete or Rename.
In S60 5.0 devices with QWERTY keyboard (e.g. Nokia N97 mini) you can delete a collection or route by selecting it and pressing the backspace key on the keyboard.
If the deletion or renaming is not supported in your device or Maps version, it is possible to get the routes deleted or renamed by synchronising your favourites to maps.nokia.com, renaming or deleting the routes there and synchronising back to your device.
The deletion and renaming of the collections and routes is supported with Maps v3.06 and later.
Most of Nokia devices have dedicated volume keys on the side of the device to allow you to change the earpiece volume during a call or sound playing. For the exact location of the volume keys on your specific device, please look at your device user guide "Keys and parts" section.
If your device does not have these keys, you can use the scroll keys, for example, scrolling to the left (or down) decreases the volume and scrolling to the right (or up) increases the volume. When you adjust the volume, a volume bar appears on the display indicating the volume level.
Note: The volume keys only control the speaking and hearing volume during a call, not the ringing volume. The same instructions apply for adjusting the volume when using the loudspeaker or a headset on your device.
The touch screen volume control has been removed from Belle Refresh Music Player to align the behaviour with other use cases. In Belle Refresh, the keys on the side of the phone should be used for the volume control.
Nokia Call Connect for Cisco can be downloaded from Nokia Store for compatible Nokia devices.
Nokia Call Connect for Cisco is designed for businesses that already have, or plan to install, Cisco Unified Communications Manager or Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express infrastructure. It integrates Nokia Eseries devices with the fixed corporate telephony infrastructure of Cisco, using both the cellular network and WLAN with VoIP technologies.
Supported devices include Nokia E5, Nokia E52, Nokia E55, Nokia E63, Nokia E66, Nokia E71, Nokia E72, Nokia E75, Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7, Nokia E6, Nokia 600, Nokia 700 and Nokia 701. Support is available also for Nokia E90 Communicator, Nokia E51, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E61i, Nokia E63, Nokia E65, Nokia E66, Nokia E70 and Nokia E71
More information and documentation is available at Cisco software for Nokia