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Nokia 2720

Accessibility mode

With the accessibility mode, the text on the phone display is bigger, the alerts louder, and the Google Assistant key turns into an SOS call key. If you didn’t switch the accessibility mode on when setting up your phone, press the scroll key to open the apps list, and select Settings > Device > Accessibility mode > On.

Add your ICE details

To be able to make SOS calls, you need to add your ICE (In Case of Emergency) details. To add your personal details, press the scroll key, and select Settings > Device > ICE information. To define the contacts to whom the SOS call is made, press the scroll key, and select Settings > Device > ICE information > Options > Create ICE contact. Note that you cannot use official emergency call numbers as your ICE contacts.

Make an SOS call

Once you have the accessibility mode switched on and added an ICE contact, you can make SOS calls. To make the call, press and hold the SOS call key for three seconds, or press the SOS call key quickly twice. The phone calls your first ICE contact. If the contact doesn’t answer in 25 seconds, the phone calls the next contact, and keeps calling your contacts 10 times until one of them answers the call, or you press the end key.

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Note: When the SOS call is answered, the phone goes to handsfree mode. Do not hold the phone close to your ear, as the volume may be very loud.

Send an SOS message

You can select to send an SOS message if no one answers your SOS call. Press the scroll key and select Settings > Device > Accessibility mode > SOS Call > SOS Message > On. To edit the pre-defined message, select SOS Message > Edit.

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Tip: If you want to keep the accessibility mode on, but don’t want to make SOS calls, press the scroll key, and select Settings > Device > Accessibility mode > SOS call > Off.

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