How to Bypass Security Code on Nokia 222

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1 Nokia 222 Dual SIM User Guide Release 1.0 EN

2 Safety Precautions Read the safety precautions listed below. Violation of these rules may be dangerous or contrary to local rules and law. TURN OFF THE PLACE WHERE THE USE IS FORBIDDEN Turning off the device in places where it is prohibited is dangerous or may cause interference, for example, in an airplane, in hospitals or near medical equipment, in places where fuel, chemicals or explosive materials are stored. Follow all instructions in restricted areas. ROAD SAFETY BEFORE EVERYTHING Strictly comply with local laws. Do not hold a mobile device while driving a moving vehicle. Remember that road safety is of the utmost importance! RADIO INTERFERENCE Any wireless device is subject to radio interference that could impair communications. CONTACT ONLY QUALIFIED SPECIALISTS Work on the setup and repair of the product should be carried out only by qualified specialists. BATTERIES, CHARGERS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES Use only compatible chargers and accessories recommended by Microsoft Mobile for this device. Do not connect incompatible devices. PROTECTING THE UNIT FROM MOISTURE This unit is not waterproof. Protect it from moisture. PROTECTING HEARING Long listening at maximum volume can damage your hearing. Try not to bring the device close to your ear when the speaker is on. 2

3 Getting started Introductory information to get you started quickly on your phone. Keys and components Learn the keys and components of a new phone. 1 Phone speaker 2 Selection keys 3 End / Power key 4 Microphone 5 Call key 6 Scroll key 7 Antenna area 8 Camera lens. Before using the camera, remove the protective film from the lens. 9 Loudspeaker 10 Headphone jack (3.5 mm) 11 Flashlight 12 Charger connector Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily while using it. Touching the antennas degrades the quality of communication and can lead to a reduction in battery life due to increased power of the emitted signal. Do not connect equipment that generates an output signal, as this may damage the device. Do not connect voltage sources to the audio jack. When connecting an external device or headset other than those recommended for this device to the audio jack, pay special attention to the volume level. Parts of the device have magnetic properties. Metal objects may be attracted to the device. Do not hold credit cards or other magnetic media near the device. This may result in deletion of information. Some accessories specified in this manual, such as a charger, headset, or data cable, may be sold separately. Note: You can set the phone to ask for the security code. Preset code: Change it to protect your privacy and personal data. Please note that when changing the code, you must remember the new code, because Microsoft Mobile does not have the ability to open or bypass it. Insert the SIM card, memory card and battery Installation information for the battery, SIM card and memory card. Important Note: This device only supports standard SIM cards (see the figure). Using incompatible SIM cards may damage the device itself. 3

4 cards and devices, as well as damage to information recorded on the card. For questions about using SIM cards with a mini-uicc cut-out, contact your mobile operator. Use only compatible memory cards recommended for this device. Using incompatible memory cards may damage the card itself and the device, as well as damage information recorded on the memory card. Note: Before removing the panels, turn off the power to the device and disconnect the charger and other devices. When replacing panels, do not touch electronic components. Do not store or use the device with the panels removed. 1. Use your thumb to press the rear panel, carefully lift the lower edge of the rear panel with your fingers and remove the panel. 2. If the battery is in the phone, remove it. 3. Place the SIM card with the contact side down. If you have a second SIM card, insert it the same way. 4. Insert a memory card into the memory card slot. 4

5 5. Align the battery contacts and insert the battery. 6. Replace the back cover. Removing the SIM card Open the back panel, remove the battery, press the release spring and remove the SIM card. Removing a memory card Open the rear panel, remove the battery and remove the memory card. Turn on the phone Press and hold the power key. Charging the battery The battery comes partially charged, but you may need to recharge the battery before using your phone. 1. Plug the charger into a power outlet. 2. Connect the charger to the phone. When finished, disconnect the charger from the phone and then from the wall outlet. If the battery is completely discharged, it will take several minutes before the battery level indicator appears. Tip: If there are no electrical outlets, you can use a USB cable to charge the device. You can transfer data while the device is charging. The charging efficiency through the USB cable is much lower. Charging process, 5

How to Bypass Security Code on Nokia 222

6 sufficient to start and start the device, it may take a long time. Make sure your computer is turned on. Lock or unlock keys Lock your keyboard to prevent accidental keystrokes. 1. Quickly press. 2. Select Lock. Unlock the keypad Press and select Sn. block. 6

7 Basic Information on taking full advantage of the new phone. Choosing which SIM card to use If your phone has 2 SIM cards, you can select one of them to use. 1. Select Menu Parameters Connect Devices Two SIM. 2. To select a SIM card for calls, select Call, switch Always ask. off and select Prefer. SIM 3. To select a SIM card for messages, select Messages, switch Always ask. off and select Prefer. SIM 4. To select a SIM card for mobile data, switch Mobile connect. on and select Mob. data Preferred SIM Forwarding calls between two SIM cards Take full advantage of two SIM cards. When transferring calls between SIM cards, if you receive an incoming call to one SIM card during a call to another, you can manage calls from both SIM cards as if you were using one SIM card. Make sure that 2 SIM cards are installed in the phone. 1. Select Menu Dual sim SIM numbers. 2. Enter the numbers of both SIM cards. 3. Depending on the required method of call forwarding if one of the SIM cards is unavailable or busy, select Between two SIMs, From SIM1 to SIM2 or From SIM2 to SIM1. Tip: To check call forwarding, select Status. Getting to know your phone Explore the screens and features of your phone. View phone applications and features Select Menu. Menu Go to an application or function Press the scroll key up, down, left or right. 7

8 Opening an application or selecting a function Select Select. Select Return to the previous screen. Select Back. Back Return to the desktop Press the end key. 8

9 Turn on the flashlight On the main screen, quickly scroll twice up. To turn off the flashlight, scroll up once. Do not shine a flashlight in the eyes. Changing the volume When you are in a noisy environment, you don’t hear your phone ringing, or is the phone ringing too loud? You can change the volume according to your preference. Scroll up or down to change the volume when talking or listening to the radio. Changing the wallpaper You can change the background of the main screen to your preference. 9

10 1. Select Menu Parameters Display settings Background pic. 2. Select a wallpaper. Set a ringtone Set a song as a ringtone. You can also set a separate ringtone for each SIM card. 1. Select Menu Parameters Signals. 2. Select Ringtone. If necessary, select a SIM card. 3. Select a ringtone and select OK. Entering text Typing with your phone’s keyboard is easy and fun. Press the key until the desired letter appears. Enter a space Press 0. Enter a special character or punctuation mark Press Switch between registers Press the # key several times. Enter a number Press and hold a number key. Using predictive input To speed typing, your phone can pick up the word you type. Predictive text input is based on a built-in dictionary. This feature is not available in all languages. 1. Select Options Dictionary and language. 2. Start typing a word. When the desired word is displayed, press the 0 key. Change the word Press the key until the desired word is displayed. Adding a new word to the dictionary If the desired word is not in the dictionary, enter the word, press the key several times to skip all unwanted words, select the Word and enter the word. Switch between traditional and predictive text input Press the # key several times. Turn off predictive text input Select Options Vocabulary Off vocabulary. Browsing the Internet Follow the news and visit your favorite websites while walking or traveling. 10

11 1. Select Menu the Internet Change 2. Enter a web address and select OK. Tip: To save on data transfer, turn off mobile data transfer. Select Menu Parameters Connect Devices Dual SIM and switch Mobile Connect. off eleven

12 Contacts and messages Using your phone, you can contact your friends and family. Make a call Learn how to make a call on your new phone. 1. Enter the phone number. To enter for international calls, press the key twice. 2. Click. Upon request, select the desired SIM card. 3. To end the call, press. Answer a call Press. Tip: To make and receive calls using hands-free mode, pair your phone with a compatible Bluetooth headset (sold separately). To turn on Bluetooth, select Menu Parameters Connect Devices Bluetooth and switch Bluetooth to On. Save name and phone number Save and organize your friends phone numbers. 1. Select Menu Contacts Functions New contact. Tip: You can choose in which memory the contacts will be stored. Select Options Parameters Memory. 2. Enter a name and number. 3. Select Save. Tip: To save the number in dialing mode, enter the number and select Save. Sending and receiving messages Stay in touch with friends and family using text messages. 1. Select Menu Messages New reported. 2. Enter a phone number or select Add. and the recipient in the contact list. 3. Enter the message text. Tip: To insert special characters, such as a smiley or character, select Options Insertion Functions. 4. Select Send. Upon request, select the desired SIM card. Tip: You can also click to send a message. You can send text messages whose number of characters exceeds the limit set for a single message. Longer messages are sent in two or more messages. The service provider may charge you the appropriate fee. Symbols with 12

13 superscripts and other marks, as well as characters of some languages ​​take up more space, reducing the number of characters that can be sent in one message. Reading a message On the lock screen, select Read. Tip: To read the message later, select Menu Messages Social networking Want to chat with friends and share various content with them? With the help of social networking applications, you will be in the know about events happening with your friends. To chat with friends and family, log in to chat, content sharing, and social networks. Select the Menu and the service you want to use. Available services may vary. thirteen

14 Camera Using your phone’s camera, you can easily take photos and record clips. Take a picture Capture the best moments with your phone’s camera. 1. To turn on the camera, select Menu Camera. 2. To zoom in or out, scroll up or down. 3. To take a photo, select. View captured photos To view the photo right after shooting, select New Photo Pictures. To view the photo later in the camera, select Photo Pictures. Record a clip In addition to photos, you can also shoot on your phone. 1. To turn on the camera, select Menu Camera. 2. To turn on the camcorder, select camera. 3. To start recording, select. 4. To stop recording, select. Tip: Need more storage space for clips? Insert a memory card and clips will be saved on the card itself. View the recorded clip To view the immediately after recording, select the camcorder select Records. To watch the later, at 14

15 Entertainment. Have you found a free moment and want to relax? Information about listening to music or radio on your phone. Listening to music You can use the music player to listen to MP3 music files. To play music, you must save the music files on a memory card. 1. Select Menu Music. 2. Select Options All compositions. 3. Select a song. Tip: To listen to music using the wireless headphones, pair your phone with a compatible Bluetooth headset (sold separately). To turn on Bluetooth, select Menu Parameters Connect Devices Bluetooth and switch Bluetooth to On. Listen to the radio Listen to your favorite radio stations while walking or traveling. To listen to the radio, you must connect a compatible headset to the device. She acts as an antenna. 1. Connect the headset and select Menu Radio. 2. To skip to the previous or next channel, scroll up or down. 3. To close the radio, select Stop. Play a clip Browse your favorite clips wherever you are. 1. Select Menu . 2. Select the folder with the clip that you want to view, and then select the clip itself. Not all formats are supported. Pause or resume play Press the scroll key, and select Pause or Play. fifteen

16 Office Find out how to use the alarm and keep up with everything. Setting an alarm Use your phone as an alarm. 1. Select Menu Alarm clock. 2. Select a signal and Modify. Change 3. To set the hour, scroll up or down. To set the minutes, scroll right and then up or down. 4. Select OK Saved Adding a calendar reminder Need an event reminder? Add it to the calendar. 1. Select Menu The calendar. 2. Select a date, then Options Add an event. 3. Enter a name for the event. 4. To set the time, scroll down and select Change. To set the hour, scroll up or down. To set the minutes, scroll right and then up or down. Tip: By default, an alarm will sound 15 minutes before the event. To change the alarm time, scroll down and select Change. Select a reminder or Do not repeat. 5. Select Save. Delete a calendar entry Scroll to the date of the entry and select Browse. Scroll to the event you want to delete, and select Options. Delete Changing the time and date You can set the phone clock manually. 1. Select Menu Parameters Date and time. 2. Toggle Autocorr. time to Off 3. To set the time, scroll down and select Time. Use the scroll key to set the time and select OK. 4. To set the date, scroll down and select Date. Use the scroll key to set the date and select OK. 16

17 Managing your phone Learn how to manage personal data and content on your phone. Sharing content using the Slam app Easily and easily share content such as contacts, photos, and clips with friends and family. Just bring your phone to another phone and the content will be transferred via Bluetooth. 1. Turn on the Bluetooth function on the receiving phone and make sure that other phones detect this phone. 2. Select, for example, a photograph. Press the options key and select Share photo. Slam over bluetooth. 3. Place your phone next to another phone. The Slam application will find the phone closest to you and transfer the data to it. The most reliable way to avoid malicious software from entering stealth mode. Do not accept Bluetooth connection requests from untrusted sources. If the Bluetooth module is not used, you can disable it. Copying content between your phone and computer Copy photos,s, music, and other created content (and stored on a memory card) between your phone and computer. To copy content from the phone’s memory, you must have a memory card inserted in the phone. 1. Connect your phone to a compatible computer using a compatible USB cable. 2. Select Drive. 3. On the computer, open the file manager (for example, Windows Explorer) and go to the phone. You can view the contents of the memory card. 4. Drag objects between the phone and the computer. Removing personal content from your phone If you bought a new phone or you want to get rid of your phone or dispose of it, here are instructions on how to delete personal information and content. When deleting personal content from the phone, pay attention to whether you delete the contents from the phone’s memory or from the SIM card. 1. To delete all messages, select Menu Messages Functions Deleted several message Functions Choose all. 2. To delete all contacts, select Menu Contacts Functions Delete contacts Functions Choose all. 3. To delete call information, select Menu Zhurn. call Clean call log All the challenges. 17

18 4. Verify that all personal content has been deleted. The contents and information stored on the memory card are not deleted. Delete all contents from the phone and restore the original settings To restore the phone to its original settings and delete all data from it, enter # 7370 # on the main screen. Access Codes Find out what the various codes on your phone are for. PIN code or PIN2 code (4-8 digits) PUK code or PUK2 code Security code (lock code, password) These codes protect the SIM card against unauthorized use or are required to access some functions. You can set your phone to ask for a PIN code at startup. If the codes are forgotten or were not provided with the card, contact your service provider. If the code was entered incorrectly 3 times in a row, you will need to unlock the code using the PUK code or PUK2 code. These codes are required to unlock the PIN code or PIN2 code. If these codes were not provided with the SIM card, contact your service provider. This code helps protect your phone against unauthorized use. The phone can be configured to request a lock code set by the user. Default lock code: Store the code in a safe and secure place, separate from the phone. If you forget the code and the phone is locked, you will need a phone service. Additional fees may apply and all personal data may be deleted from the phone. For more information, contact your nearest support service. 18

19 of your telephone or to an authorized dealer. IMEI This code is used to identify phones on the network. You may need to provide this number when contacting support or your service provider. To view the IMEI number, dial # 06 #. 19

20 Find your model number and serial number (IMEI) If you need to contact support or your service provider, you may need information such as model number and serial number (IMEI). To view the model number, dial # 0000 #. To view the serial number, dial # 06 #. You can also find information on the label of your phone, which is located under the battery. Product and safety information Network services and their cost You can use your device only in the GSM 900, 1800 MHz networks. A subscription to the service provided by the service provider is required. To use some functions and services, as well as to download content (including free), you need a network connection. At the same time, large amounts of data can be transmitted over the network, the transfer of which is charged. You may need to subscribe to some features. Emergency calls Important: It is not possible to guarantee communications under any circumstances. In case of especially important connections (for example, when calling an ambulance), you should not rely only on a cordless phone. Before making a call: Turn on the phone. If necessary, unlock the keypad. Go to an area with sufficient radio signal. 1. Press the end key again until the main screen appears. 2. Enter the emergency number for your area. Different networks use different numbers to call emergency services. 3. Press the call key. 4. Provide all necessary information with the greatest possible accuracy. Do not disconnect without waiting for permission. You may also need to do the following: Insert the SIM card into the phone. When prompted for a PIN, enter the emergency number for your area and press the call key. Disable call restrictions on your phone, such as call barring, fixed dialing, and closed dial plans. If you need to call the emergency service during the first start-up, select Options Emergency call. Care of the device This device, battery, charger and accessories must be handled with care. Following the guidelines below will keep your device in good working order. Keep the device dry. Precipitation, moisture, any liquids may contain mineral particles, causing corrosion of electronic circuits. If moisture gets into the device, remove the battery and dry the device. Do not use or store the device in dusty or dirty rooms. Do not store the device at elevated temperatures. High temperatures can damage the device or battery. 20

21 Do not store the device in low temperatures. If the temperature of the device rises (to normal temperature), moisture may condense inside the case, which may damage the device. Do not open the device enclosure in a manner other than that specified in this manual. Unauthorized changes can lead to damage to the device and to violation of the established rules for the operation of radio equipment. Protect your device and battery from dropping, bumping, and shaking. If handled improperly, it may break. Use only a soft, clean, and dry cloth to clean the surface of the device. Do not paint the device. Paint may interfere with normal operation. For optimal performance, turn off the device from time to time and remove the battery from it. Do not hold the device near magnets or magnetic sources. To ensure the security of important data, keep copies of it on at least two media, such as a device and a memory card or computer. In addition, you can write important information on paper. Disposal Dispose of used electronic products, batteries and packaging materials at special collection points. This helps prevent uncontrolled waste emissions and promotes the reuse of materials. Electrical and electronic products contain many valuable materials, including metals (for example, copper, aluminum, steel, and magnesium) and precious metals (for example, gold, silver, and palladium). All materials in this device can be recycled to produce materials and energy. Find out how to dispose of products on the website The crossed-out wheeled bin sign The crossed-out wheeled bin sign on the product, battery, documentation or packaging means that at the end of their life, all electrical and electronic products and batteries must be disposed of separately. Do not dispose of these products together with unsorted household waste and send them for recycling. For information on the nearest recycling facility, contact your local recycling authority or visit the website for more environmental information on the device. Battery and Charger Information Use the device only with an original BL-5C rechargeable battery. Charge your device with an AC-18 charger. The charger connector may vary. Microsoft Mobile may make additional battery or charger models for this device. Safety of batteries and chargers Before removing the battery, be sure to turn off the device and disconnect it from the charger. To disconnect the charger or accessory power cable, hold the plug, not the cord. If you are not using a charger, unplug it from the wall outlet. If a fully charged battery is not used, it will gradually discharge. For optimum performance, the battery should be stored at a temperature of 15 to 25 ° C. Too high or too low temperatures will decrease the capacity and battery life. An overheated or chilled battery can cause the device to become temporarily inoperative. To prevent a short circuit, do not allow metal objects to touch the metal contacts of the battery. This may cause damage to the battery or other object. 21

22 Do not dispose of batteries in a fire, as they may explode. Do not violate local regulations. If possible, recycle batteries. Do not throw in household waste. Do not disassemble, cut, crush, bend, puncture, or otherwise damage the battery. If the battery leaks, do not expose the liquid to skin or eyes. If this happens, immediately flush skin or eyes with water or seek medical attention. Do not modify, attempt to insert foreign objects into the battery, expose it to water, or immerse it in water or other liquids. Batteries may explode if damaged. Batteries and chargers should only be used for their intended purpose. Improper use or use of unapproved or incompatible batteries or chargers may create a risk of fire, explosion or other hazards. In addition, this may void the warranty. If it seems to you that the charger or battery is defective, contact your service center or an authorized dealer before continuing to use them. Do not use faulty chargers and batteries. Chargers should only be used indoors. Do not charge your device during a thunderstorm. Young children The device and accessories are not toys. They may contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of children. Medical equipment Radio transmitting equipment, including mobile phones, may interfere with the proper functioning of inadequately protected medical equipment. For questions about the proper protection of medical equipment from external radio frequency radiation, contact your healthcare provider or equipment manufacturer. Implanted medical devices In order to avoid potential interference, manufacturers of implantable medical devices must avoid a distance of at least 15.3 centimeters between the mobile device and the implanted medical device to prevent interference. Persons using such devices must observe the following rules: keep the wireless device at least 15.3 centimeters from the medical device; do not carry the wireless device in your breast pocket; keep your mobile device near your ear, farther away from the medical device; when the slightest signs of interference appear, turn off the mobile device; Follow the instructions of the manufacturer of the implanted medical device. If you have questions about using a mobile device with an implanted medical device, contact your healthcare provider. Hearing Aids Attention! Using a headset can reduce your hearing sensitivity to external sounds. Do not use the headset in situations that pose a security risk. Some wireless devices may interfere with hearing aids. Prevent malicious contents from entering the device. The device may be exposed to viruses and other malicious content. Follow the safety precautions described below. Messages should be opened with caution. They may contain malicious software and other software components that could interfere with your phone and computer. Use caution when accepting connection requests, while browsing the Internet, or when downloading content. Do not accept a Bluetooth call from untrusted sources. 22

23 Install and use services and software only from trusted sources that provide reliable protection. You should install anti-virus and other protection software both in the device and on any connected computer. Install only one anti-virus application. Using multiple applications can adversely affect the performance and performance of your device or computer. When opening bookmarks and links to third-party websites programmed in the device, observe the appropriate security measures. Microsoft Mobile makes no representations or obligations regarding such websites. Cars Radio signals can affect improperly installed or inadequately protected electronic systems in a vehicle. Contact your vehicle or equipment manufacturer for more information. Installation of the device in a vehicle should only be carried out by qualified personnel. Violation of the installation rules can be dangerous and may invalidate the warranty. Check regularly that the radiotelephone equipment in the car is securely mounted and working. Do not store or transport flammable or explosive materials with the device, its components, or accessories. Do not place the device or accessories in the air bag deployment area. Explosive atmospheres In potentially explosive atmospheres, for example, near gasoline pumps, be sure to turn off the device. Sparking can cause a fire or explosion, which could result in personal injury and death. Restrictions must be observed in areas where fuel is concentrated or where blasting operations are in progress. Potentially explosive atmospheres may not always be clearly indicated. Typically, examples of such an environment are places where it is generally recommended to turn off car engines, underdecks on ships, chemical storage and processing facilities, rooms and areas with air pollution by chemical fumes or dust. Check with car manufacturers using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane) to see if this device can be used safely near them. Certification Information (SAR) This mobile device meets RF exposure limits. For SAR information, see the printed manual or sar.microsoft.com. Copyright and other rights Declaration of Conformity Microsoft Mobile Oy declares that this RM-1136 product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5 / EC. A copy of the declaration of conformity can be downloaded from the web page. The product has a 1 year life from the date of initial purchase of this product by the first end user, provided that the product is operated in accordance with technical standards and user manual instructions. Available products, features, applications, and services may vary by region. For more information, contact your dealer or service provider. This device may contain components, technologies, and / or software that are subject to the export laws of the United States and other countries. Any use in violation of the law is prohibited. The content of this document is provided “as is”. Apart from the requirements of applicable law, no other warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to implicit warranties of commercial value and fitness for a particular purpose, do not relate to the accuracy, reliability or content of this document. Microsoft Mobile reserves the right to revise or modify the contents of this document at any time without prior notice. 23