Nokia 109 Repair Manual

The Nokia 109 repair manual was a very basic phone in the €40 category and its was Nokia moving into the first time phone users market in 2012. Its a very basic phone however it was well received and still makes for a good second hand mobile phone for those who can only afford phones in this category.

Nokia 109 Repair Manual

Nokia 109 User ManualThe phone operates on a mini-SIM and comes in at 77 g (2.72 oz) which is very light. The size is also nice and small being 110 x 46 x 14.8 mm, 63 cc (4.33 x 1.81 x 0.58 in) which fits well into the pocket or into the hand of a teenager. Much like other phones in this price range the Nokia 109 came with the standard TFT screen with 65K colors. The resolution is not going to be where the high-end phones are and comes with a 128 x 160 pixels (~114 ppi pixel density) screen which is good enough to use.

There is a card slot for a microSD with up to 32 GB in space as well as a phone number memory of 1000 entries. This phone has no camera and comes with the standard vibration and polyphonic ringtones.  FM radio as well as a speaker and external jack. Likewise see also the article on the Backup Contacts to SIM Card as well as the Nokia 6130 Review.

2G: GSM 900 / 1800
2G: GSM 850 / 1900



The phone still makes use of WAP 2.0/xHTML and with a Li-Ion 800 mAh battery it has a standby time of more than 700 hours and 7 hours of talk time. Here’s a simplified version of the steps for backing up contacts and factory resetting the Nokia 109. This is the Nokia 109 service manual.

See also  Nokia Lumia 730 Dual SIM Manual


Backing up Contacts

  1. Get the Nokia PC Suite on your computer – it’s like a helper for your phone.
  2. Connect your Nokia phone to the computer using a USB cable or Bluetooth.
  3. Open Nokia PC Suite and click on “Contacts.”
  4. The Contacts will show up on the screen.
  5. Choose the contacts you want to save (hold Ctrl and click to select).
  6. Go to the File menu and pick “Export.” Save the contacts as a .csv file.
  7. Once done, you’ll see a message saying ‘contacts exported.’

Note: Some Nokia phones might not work with this method, especially the basic ones. Likewise see also the Nokia 109 is listed here as well as the Nokia 230 internet settings and the Nokia 230 manual.


Factory Resetting:

  1. Turn on your phone.
  2. Go to Menu -> Settings -> Restore Factory Settings.
  3. Type in your security code (the default is usually 12345).
  4. Your phone will restart, and it’s all fresh and new.

Remember: Factory reset wipes everything, so save important stuff before doing this. Likewise see the The Nokia 3210 and the Nokia 5132 as well as the Nokia 530. There is also Nokia x6 which is an old phone.


How do I find my Nokia 109 security code?

Changing Security Code:

  1. Open your phone’s Settings.
  2. Look for Security in the menu.
  3. Choose Change Code.
  4. If you haven’t changed it before, the current code is usually 12345.
  5. Enter the new code and click OK.

Remember, it’s important to keep your new security code safe for the future. If you ever forget it, things could get tricky. If you’re still stuck, reach out to Nokia’s customer service for some extra help. You will also be able to look at the Nokia 2690 here. There is also the Nokia 2710 navigation mobile phone.

See also  Nokia Lumia 822 User Manual


Using Nokia PC Suite

  1. Install the Software:
    • Download and install the Nokia Suite version 8.3.54 on your computer.
    • This will automatically install the necessary drivers and PC Connectivity Solution (
  2. Connect Your Nokia 109:
    • Link your phone to the computer using either a USB cable or Bluetooth.
    • If using a USB cable, ensure your phone is in Nokia mode or PC Suite mode.
  3. Open Nokia PC Suite:
    • Once connected, launch the Nokia PC Suite on your computer.
  4. Explore the Features:
    • Now, you can use the Nokia PC Suite to handle your phone’s data.
    • This includes tasks like backing up contacts, managing messages, installing apps, and more.

Remember, Nokia Suite might not be officially supported for Nokia 301 and newer models. However, there’s a trick that might help you use it with these devices. If you run into any issues, don’t hesitate to contact Nokia’s customer service for extra assistance. Likewise see also the Nokia 630 Backup as well as the internet settings of the Nokia Asha 310.

For more detailed guidance, you can check out helpful video tutorials on using the Nokia PC Suite. You can now compare this to the LG PC Suite on here.



Nokia 109 Repair Manual



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