Download the Nokia Asha 202 Manual. The Nokia Asha 202 is another Nokia mobile phone out of the Asha range of mobile phones from Nokia. It was released in February 2012 as a very basic mobile phone with little to no wow factors. Much like the Nokia Asha 203 it is a bit of a run of the mill phone which only has 2G network access being GSM 900 and also GSM 1800 with dual sims.
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Nokia Asha 202 Manual
The phone comes with TFT resistive touchscreen which is common with budget mobile phones from Nokia and only has MP3 and vibration ringtones. Its phone book is limited to 1000 entries and 20 missed calls as the memory on the mobile phone is very limited. The mobile phone also comes with Class 12 EDGE and GPRS. Also with Bluetooth and a microUSB port. The camera is a standard stock 2 MegaPixel camera running at 1600×1200 pixels and 176×144@15fps which would be pretty standard for this type of mobile phone. Likewise see also the Nokia Asha 501 User Manual on here.
The phone also comes with WAP, MMS and SMS. Like most phones and it has a talk time of 5 hours and a standby time of about 4 weeks without needing a recharge. It is a very basic mobile phone as the manual is attached below. So you can see the basic workings of the mobile. There is not much between the Asha 202 and the Asha 203. This other than the fact that the Asha 202 comes with a dual sim ability. Meaning it can use 2 sims cards in 1 phone. None of these two have GPS either. Likewise see also the Nokia Asha 210 Internet Settings on here.
Copy content from your old phone
To easily transfer your contacts, calendar, and other data to your new phone, first, switch on Bluetooth in both phones. Then, navigate to
Menu > Settings.
Sync & backup > Phone switch from the options. After that, choose
Copy to this and select the data you want to copy, then click
Subsequently, select your old phone from the list of found devices. If prompted, create a one-time passcode (such as 123), then select
SIM Card Selection
To set which SIM card to use for calls or the internet connection, go to
Menu > SIM mgr.. To decide every time which SIM to use, select
Ask every time. Select
SIM2 to set which SIM to use for which connection.
To rename a SIM, select and hold the card, then select
Rename. Write a name, then select
To view your missed calls, select
View on the home screen. To call back, select the number, then press the call button.
Likewise to view missed calls later, navigate to
Menu > Contacts > Log.
To change your ringtone, go to
Menu > Settings and select
Tones > Ringtone:. Browse to a ringtone and select it.
To switch between the silent and normal profile, press and hold
To set an alarm, navigate to
Menu > Apps > Alarm clock. Set the alarm time, then select
OK. To repeat the alarm, select
Settings > On and the days.
To add an appointment, go to
Menu > Calendar. Select a date and
View > Add. Likewise select
Meeting, fill in the fields, then select
To listen to the radio, connect a compatible headset, which acts as an antenna. Then, navigate to
Menu > Music and select
Radio. To change the volume, use the volume keys. To close the radio, press and hold the end call button.
To send a photo using Bluetooth, select and hold the photo, then select
Via Bluetooth and select the device to connect to. If asked, type in the passcode. The photo is then sent to your PC.
To copy content between your phone and a compatible computer, first, connect your phone to a computer using a compatible USB cable. Then, select
Nokia Ovi Suite as the USB mode, and proceed to copy the content.
Create a Backup
Next, if you want to ensure that you won’t lose any important files, you can back up your phone memory to a compatible memory card. To do this, navigate to
Menu > Settings > Sync & backup and select
Create backup. After that, choose what you want to back up, then select
Subsequently, if you need to restore a backup, simply select
Restore backup. Likewise see also the article on the Backup Contacts on the Nokia Asha 501 as well as the Nokia Asha 210 Memory Card Settings.
Lastly, the IMEI number, which is a 15-digit number, is used to identify valid phones in the network. This number can also be used to block, for example, stolen phones. You may also need to provide this number to Nokia Care services. To view your IMEI number, dial
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