If you see an error such as SSL Certificate is not trusted this means that the certificate is missing on the device or has expired. You will need to install the certificate in either of the two ways described below. There are two methods to install the certificate.
Note: To IT Admins, if you wish to stage this Entrust certificate (or any other certificate file) on your own file delivery server then you will need to place the certificate file (i.e. filename.cer) on a remote server accessible to your employees. Ensure your web delivery servers are configured to deliver the *.cer files with the mime-type: "application/x=x509-ca-cert".
Note! Self-signed certificate is not supported.
Select Menu > Settings > Rest. factory sett. (or Reset device or Restore factory sett. or Rest. fact. sett.).
Enter the security code before the restore. If you have never changed your security code, then enter the default code 12345. If your phone still requests a security code or if you have forgotten it, please bring it to the nearest Nokia Care point for inspection.
Security keyguard lets you lock your phone’s keypad with a security code. The security code is asked when you unlock the keypad.
To activate or deactivate the security keyguard:
Note: Note: Once you change your security code, the default setting is no longer valid. If you have changed your security code and do not remember the new code, contact your dealer or local Nokia Care Point.
You can answer a call or make an emergency call while the security keyguard is activated.
Press and hold the key 1 until your device dials to your voice mailbox number or select Menu > Messaging > Voice mail (or Voice messages, or More > Voice messages) > Listen to voice mails (or Listen to voice msgs. or Listen to voice messages). For the first time use, enter your voice mailbox number which you get from your service provider.
Note: The voice mailbox is a network service, contact your service provider for subscription. If supported by the network, the voice mail icon (the icon on the key 1) will display on the device to indicate new voice mails.
To lock the keypad in the standby mode, press the center Navi (scroll) key and then the * key. To unlock, press the same keys.
For QWERTY devices the lock / unlock sequence is Navi key followed by the Fn key (the key showing an arrow in the lower left corner of the keypad).
You can also set the keypad to lock automatically after a time-out, select Menu > Settings > Phone (or Phone settings or Device) > Automatic keyguard > On, enter the time you want and select OK.
Note: When the keypad lock is on, calls may be possible to the official emergency number programmed into your device.
To remove one or more applications from your Series 40 device:
Select Menu > Settings > Display (or Main display) > Font size.
If you get a “Communication Error” message when using the Nokia browser it typically means a data connection cannot be established most commonly because of incorrect access point settings. To resolve this issue you should contact your mobile operator to get the correct access point settings and validate you have an active data plan.
If you still have connection issues please contact your operator for help with the access point settings.
Select Menu > Settings > Phone (or Phone settings or Device) > Start-up tone.
When you start Mail for Exchange for the first time, you are prompted to do the following:
If you defined the Exchange items to be synced, the first sync will be done.
To ensure that Mail for Exchange suits your needs, you should consider the following:
To personalise your Mail for Exchange, you can do the following:
For detailed instructions on downloading and setting up Mail for Exchange on your Nokia Asha 302 phone please also see the following video: