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How-To's & Guides

NokiaHowTo.com - Nokia has developed this Interactive User's Manual to help you get to know and use all the powerful features available in your Nokia mobile phone.

Nokia VOIP/IM Software for S60 - Nokia is now providing free software to enable free VOIP and instant messaging software for all s60 phones. Phones with wifi can make free calls to other wifi phones, Nokia N8xx devices, any Mac/Win/Lin computer running Gizmo5 software, US 800 numbers, as well as any SIP compatible address. Phones without wifi can use the instant messaging functionality to do IM on AIM, MSN, Yahoo, and Myspace networks. - Nokia is now also providing mass market device(s) for VoIP usage, such as 6300i iphone parts How to re-set master security code mastercodeNOKIAFREE.org Nokia 6030 Data Cable

How to enter SIM unlock code

With the SIM removed make the following entry:

  1. pw+XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX+1# (substitute 15-digit code for the X.)

To generate the 'p' character press the * key three times rapidly. To generate the 'w' character press the * key four times rapidly. To generate the '+' character press the * key rapidly twice.


Source(s): Nokia solutions


HOW TO ENABLE FULL JAPANESE TEXT INPUT & DISPLAY ON THE NOKIA NURON, 5230, 5800, and other touch-screen S60 5th edition Nokia phones FOR FREE:

1. Install the universal font from here:

“View, work with, translate, and SMS in Every Single language & keep default font”

http://forum.dailymobile.se/index.php/topic,15954.msg150276.html#msg150276

This enables you to read ALL asian and EU text properly (ie. kanji is displayed properly instead of as rectangular blocks on the screen). This works for russian, EU languages, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, etc.

2. Install M-VK for S60 from here:

http://digilife.bz/blog/?p=2975

This app works on the Nuron, 5230 and 5800 models. It puts a small box with an x in it on the screen when launched. You click and drag it to move it. Click to open, and you get full and 10 key keyboards.

This app EMULATES the actual/real keyboard you get with other Nokia models, such as the N97. You NEED THIS app to enable the Japanese (and other asian) IME (input method editors) to work properly since you don’t have a real keyboard on the Nuron.

Launch it and switch to the M-FEP60 keyboard (you can switch back to the default Nokia AnkFEP keyboard anytime by running this program again and changing it). The popup should say “M-FEP60 Installed” when it’s activated/selected.

3. Install M-FEP60 for S60 3rd:

http://digilife.bz/eng/wiki/index.php?M-FEP60

No, the M-FEP60 for S60 5th isn’t out yet, which is why it won’t work w/o #2 above. However, once you’ve got #1-#3 installed, run both #2 and #3 – keep them open, don’t exit (ie. press the middle button on the Nuron to leave these running in the background once you’ve got them started).

Naturally, it’s launch and leave running.

Using the newly setup Japanese Input M-FEP60:

Open up anything, Internet, notepad, messaging, and click to enter text. You’ll notice that you’ll have to find the white box with an x in it on your screen, click once to open the keyboard, and then use the on screen keyboard to enter text (ascii).

To switch to Japanese, press shift then spacebar. Now, you can type just like Microsoft Windows IME – enter a word, press spacebar to rotate through hiragana, kanji, katakana, ascii forms of what you typed. Press Enter key on the screen to accept and move to the next word.

Shift+Spacebar to switch back to ascii.


Other Tips related to viewing Japanese & Asian webpages:

Installing Opera 10.x + Asian Fonts edition (http://mini.opera.com -> select choose custom download link, pick from list) will make browsing even nicer. Japanese is supported very nicely for both display and input, and the Nuron becomes a dream for surfing the net in Asian languages.

As for Chinese or Korean IME’s, don’t know. Try: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_FEP_software_for_Symbian_S60

You shouldn’t need to install more fonts after #1 above, so you only need to install the FEP of choice.

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Replacement Parts

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External Links

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