These are the Asha 200 basic settings. Below you will find the basic settings and usage examples for the Asha 200 mobile phone. You can also view other content on the mobile phone which explains the user manual of the Asha 200 in a much better way of understanding its usage. You can find the main articles listed here as well as changing SIM cards as WiFi settings for the Asha 200 mobile phone. Search this website for other settings for this mobile phone as they will be listed here.
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Asha 200 Basic Settings
Switch the Asha 200 phone on or off
To turn the Asha 200 on or off you will need to press the power button. You will need to hold this key in until the mobile phone vibrates. This will signal to your that the on/off switch works and will proceed with what you want. This is a very basic settings of the mobile phone.
Insert a memory card into the Asha 200
You should only use Nokia approved memory cards as they may damage the phone or the card. The Nokia Asha 200 support memory cards up to 32GB in size.
- Open the SIM cover of the memory card slot on the side of the phone;
- The contact area of the memory card is facing up;
- Insert the SDCard;
- Push until the SDCard it locks into place;
- Close the SDCard cover of the slot.
Do not remove the SDCard while the phone is using the card as it could damage the card and you will lose all your data on the card. To remove the SDCard ensure that it is not being used and then push the card in until it click and pushes itself out of the slot.
Basic Problems with the Asha 200
If the Asha 200 is giving you problems then most of these can be solved by turning off the mobile phone and removing the battery for 2-3 minutes. Insert the battery again and turn on the phone. This simple process solves many issues. If that does not work then update your phone software or do a factory settings restore.
Setup of PIN number on Asha 200
For security reason you may want to lock your phone so nobody can make calls without the pin number. This can be setup as follows:
Menu > Settings > Security
Your PIN code is normally supplied with the SIM card and this protects the card against unauthorised use. Note also that the PIN2 code supplied with some SIM cards is required to access certain services. If you enter them wrong three times then the phone is locked and you will need to contact your service provider to unlock the phone.
Lock the keypad on the Asha 200
If you want to avoid accidentally making a telephone call when your phone is in your pocket then you will need to lock the keypad when the phone is not in use. You can do this as follows:
- Select Menu, and then press *.
- Unlock the keys
- Select Unlock, and press *.
- Set the keys to lock automatically
- Select Menu > Settings and Device > Automatic keyguard > On.
- Define the length of time after which the keys are locked automatically.