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Quick Start Guide

for Nokia N80

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1 Keys and parts (front)
Model number: Nokia N80-1 Internet Edition.
Hereinafter referred to as Nokia N80.
1 Infrared port 2

2 Secondary camera
(lower resolution than the main camera)
3 Selection keys to select commands and items.

4 Scroll key to move around the menus.

Press the scroll key in the middle ( )
to select, accept, or activate.
5 Call key

6 End key 3

7 Edit key opens a list of commands

when you edit text. 5 6
8 Menu key opens the main menu. 7 10
9 Multimedia key is a shortcut to 8 9
multimedia content.
10 Clear key deletes text and items.
11 Sliding keypad
To access the keypad, take hold of the back part of the
device, and push the front part up to open the slide.
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Keys and parts (back) 2
12 Power key ( )
13 13 GSM/WCDMA antennas

14 3 megapixel (2048 x 1536) main

camera for high resolution image
14 15 capture and video recording
15 LED flash
16 Close-up switch to activate the
17 close-up mode of the main camera
17 Memory card slot for a miniSD card
19 18 Bluetooth & WLAN antenna

19 Capture key for using the main camera

20 Pop-Port™ connector for compatible

21 Charger connector
You can use a compatible miniSD card as extra storage space. Before you
remove the memory card from the slot, press the power key, and select
Remove mem. card. All applications are closed.
20 21
Important: Do not remove the memory card in the middle of an
operation when the card is being accessed. Removing the card in the middle
of an operation may damage the memory card as well as the device, and
data stored on the card may be corrupted.

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3 (U)SIM card and battery
Insert the (U)SIM card and battery
1. With the back of the device facing you,
press the release button, slide the cover,
and lift it up (fig. 3.1). fig. 3.1
Always switch the device off, and disconnect
the charger before removing the battery.
2. To release the (U)SIM card holder, slide the
holder, and lift the holder up (fig. 3.2).
3. Insert the (U)SIM card into the holder (fig. 3.3).
Make sure that the bevelled corner on the card is fig. 3.2
facing upward from the holder, and that the
contact area on the card is facing the connectors
on the device.
4. Close the holder, and slide it to lock
it into place.
5. Insert the battery (fig. 3.4). fig. 3.3

6. Replace the back cover.

Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of small children.

fig. 3.4

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Get started 4
Charge the battery
1. Connect a compatible charger to a wall outlet.
2. Connect the power cord to the device.
If the battery is completely discharged, it
may take a while before the charging
indicator starts scrolling.
3. When the battery is fully charged, disconnect
the charger from the device, then from the
wall outlet.
Switch the device on
1. Press and hold the power key ( ).
2. If the device asks for a (U)PIN code or lock code,
enter it, and press ( ). The factory setting for
the lock code is 12345.

Your device has two internal antennas.

Note: As with any other radio transmitting device,

do not touch either of the antennas unnecessarily when the
device is switched on. Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the device to operate at a higher power
level than otherwise needed. Not touching the antenna area
during a phone call optimizes the antenna performance and
the battery life.

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5 Camera
Your Nokia N80 has two cameras, a high resolution main camera on the back of the
device, and a lower resolution secondary camera on the front. Both cameras can be
used to take still pictures and video.
Take pictures with the main camera
1. To start the camera, press and hold the capture key (fig. 5.1a)
for more than 1 second.
2. The viewfinder opens in landscape mode.
To take a picture, press the capture key.
To record video, select Options > Video mode.
To use the secondary camera,
select Options > Use secondary camera. fig. 5.1
The viewfinder opens in portrait mode.

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Connectivity 6
Your device supports wireless local area networks (wireless LAN). With wireless
LAN, you can connect your device to the Internet and compatible devices that
have wireless LAN.
In your home wireless LAN, you can create a home network, and connect
compatible Universal Plug and Play devices that support wireless LAN to it. In the
home network, you can view or play compatible media files in Gallery on the
other connected devices, for example, view images stored on your Nokia N80 on a
compatible TV. You can also copy media files between the compatible devices, and
print images on a compatible printer. For more information, see the user guide.
With your Nokia N80, you can also transfer data with compatible devices using
infrared, the USB data cable, or Bluetooth connectivity.

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7 Support
The help function provides instructions when using
the device. To access it from an application, select
Options > Help.

The tutorial gives you information about some of
the features of your device. To access it in the menu,
press ( ), and select My own > Tutorial.

User Guide
Further detailed information is given in the separate
user guide. Do not use this get started guide in
place of the complete user guide, which provides
important safety and maintenance information.


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