Nokia Asha 310 User Manual

See the Nokia Asha 310 user manual here.The Nokia Asha 310 is a good balance between price and performance. It only has 2G network ability with 20MB as standard storage space. There is also a 2MP camera and a music play ability of 54 hours. This is a very basic phone and as a first phone it is a much better option than the Nokia 105 mobile phone. The user guide for the phone is listed below so you may view the options and features on this mobile phone.

Nokia Asha 310 User Manual

Released in 2013 the Asha 310 mobile phone was another budget phone from Nokia. It looks very similar Nokia Asha 310to the Asha 311 and also comes with a TFT capacitive touchscreen with 65K colors. It has a large multitouch screen with scratch-resistant glass. With only 20MB internal memory clearly the phone was designed for a low end camera in the budget market. The phone as stated has a 2 MP, 1600 x 1200 pixels camera with really poor video quality coming in at 176×144@10fps. The phone also comes with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g.

Note that from the user manual below you can learn how to reset the phone as well as change the language on the Asha 310 mobile phone.

Whatsapp Nokia
WhatsApp for Nokia 310

This is the older version of WhatsApp which they will support until the end of 2016. Download and install it today as I do not know it it will still work well into 2017.

Internet Settings for Nokia 310

You find the internet settings for the Nokia Asha 310 listed above. There is also a link for setting up WhatsApp on your Asha 310. See those links for more details. See the Nokia Asha 310 user manual below.



If you want the flexibility to continue working at your computer during a call, a wireless headset is a convenient choice. You can also answer calls, even when your phone isn’t within immediate reach. Follow these steps to connect your wireless headset:

  1. Select settings > connectivity > Bluetooth.
  2. Ensure that Bluetooth is turned on.
  3. Switch on the wireless headset.
  4. To locate your headset, select the search option.
  5. Choose the headset from the list of available devices.
  6. If prompted, you may need to enter a passcode, such as 1234, to complete the pairing process.


Protect your phone

To manage who can find and connect to your phone when Bluetooth is enabled, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to settings > connectivity > Bluetooth.

Prevent Others from Finding Your Phone:

  1. Select “my phone visibility.”
  2. Choose the option “hidden.”

By setting your phone’s visibility to hidden, others won’t be able to locate it. However, paired devices can still establish a connection.

Switch Bluetooth Off:

If you want to completely disable Bluetooth, follow these steps:

  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  2. Select the Bluetooth icon or navigate to settings > connectivity > Bluetooth and turn it off.
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Security Reminder:

To enhance the security of your phone, avoid pairing with or accepting connection requests from unknown devices. This precautionary measure helps protect your phone from potential harmful content and unauthorized access. See the Nokia Asha 310 user manual below.


Copy content between your phone and a computer

Using a USB Cable to Copy Content Between Your Phone and Computer:

  1. Connect your phone to a compatible computer using a USB cable.
  2. Choose a mode based on your preferences and the setup of your computer:

    a. Nokia Suite: If Nokia Suite is installed on your computer, select this mode.

    b. Media Transfer: If Nokia Suite is not installed on your computer and you want to connect to a home entertainment system or printer, use this mode.

    c. Mass Storage: If Nokia Suite is not installed on your computer and you want your phone to appear as a portable device, use this mode. Ensure a memory card is in your phone if you wish to connect to other devices like home or car stereos.

  3. To copy the content, navigate to the file manager on your computer.
  4. For specific content such as contacts, music files, videos, or photos, use Nokia Suite for a seamless copying process.


Connect to a WLAN

To minimize data costs, consider using a WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) to connect to the internet, whether you’re at home, a library, or an internet café. Follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to settings > connectivity > Wi-Fi.
  2. Ensure that Wi-Fi is turned on.
  3. Choose the desired network from the list and select “CONNECT.”
  4. If the selected connection is secured, enter the password when prompted.

To Close the WLAN Connection:

Swipe down from the top of the screen, then select the option to disable Wi-Fi. This action will disconnect your device from the WLAN network, helping you manage your internet connectivity efficiently. See also the Nokia Asha 308 Backup & Transfer Data on here.


Password protect your memory card

Want to protect your memory card against unauthorised use? You can set a password to protect the content.

  • 1. Select files.
  • 2. Select and hold the memory card, then select mem. card options.
  • 3. Select set password, then type in a password.

Keep the password secret and in a safe place, separate from the memory card.

Format a memory card

If you want to erase all content from your memory card, you can achieve this by formatting it. Follow these steps:

  • Select “files” on your device.
  • Locate and hold the memory card, then select “mem. card options.”
  • Choose the option “format mem. card.”

By selecting this option, you initiate the formatting process, resulting in the deletion of all data stored on the memory card. Ensure that you have backed up any important data before proceeding, as formatting is irreversible and will permanently erase all content from the memory card.


Back up content to a memory card

Want to make sure you won’t lose any important files? You can back up your phone memory to a compatible memory card.

Select settings > sync & backup.

  • Select create backup.
  • Select what you want to back up, then select .
  • Restore a backup

Select restore backup and what you want to restore, then select.


Forward calls to your voicemail or another phone number

Managing Call Forwarding:

If you’re unable to answer a call, consider letting it go to voicemail or forwarding it to another number using the call forwarding feature, which is a network service. Follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to settings > calls > call forwarding.
  2. Choose the SIM card you want to apply call forwarding to.
  3. Select the condition for forwarding incoming voice calls:
    • “All voice calls” for forwarding all calls.
    • “If busy” for forwarding when the phone is busy.
    • “If not answered” for forwarding when the call goes unanswered.
    • “If out of reach” for forwarding when the phone is switched off or out of network coverage for a certain duration.
    • “If not available” for forwarding when busy, not answered, the phone is switched off, or out of network coverage.
  4. Select “activate” and choose whether to forward to the voice mailbox or another number.
  5. If “if not answered” or “if not available” is selected, set the specific length of time after which a call is forwarded.

By following these steps, you can customize call forwarding settings based on your preferences and circumstances. See also the Nokia Asha 309 Manual as well as the Nokia Asha 311 User Manual.


Prevent making or receiving calls

To keep your phone bill in check by restricting certain types of calls, such as incoming calls while abroad, you can use the call barring feature, which is a network service. Follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to settings on your phone.
  2. Select “security” and then choose “call barring service” followed by your preferred option.
  3. Enter the barring password provided by your service provider.

Tip: To monitor your call duration, data usage, or text messages, select “counters.” You can configure the counters to be automatically cleared at specified intervals, such as monthly.

By using call barring, you have the flexibility to control and restrict certain types of calls based on your preferences and needs, helping you manage your phone bill more effectively. See the Nokia Asha 310 user manual below. See also the Nokia Asha 210 Memory Card Settings on here.


Copy contacts to your SIM card

If you wish to use your SIM card in another phone while retaining access to your contacts, you can copy them to the SIM card. Here’s how:

  1. Navigate to your contacts.
  2. By default, contacts are stored in the phone memory, but you can copy them to the SIM card. Keep in mind that more contacts can be stored in the phone memory, and contacts saved on a SIM can only have one phone number.
  3. Choose the contacts you want to copy:

    a. Select > copy contacts > select contacts.

    b. Choose the contacts you want to copy, then select the copy option. If prompted, select which SIM to use.

To Copy All Contacts:

  1. Select > copy contacts > select memory.
  2. From the drop-down list, choose the memory (phone or SIM) to which you want to copy all contacts.

By following these steps, you can ensure that your contacts are copied to the SIM card, allowing you to use it in another phone while still having access to your important contact information. Lastly also see the Backup Contacts on Nokia Asha 501.

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