Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Download the Nokia Asha 501 User Manual here. The Asha range of mobile phone are made by Nokia and many tend to like like the IPhone design. The Asha 501 is only for a 2G network with 128MB of storage and 3.15 MP camera all running on the Nokia Asha software platform 1.0.

Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Its a very basic mobile phone and in the bottom range when it comes to cost and features for the mobile phone market. The user manual for the mobile phone has been added below so you may see its features Nokia Asha 501 User Manualin full. If you are looking for a basic but usable phone then this would be your choice.

The Asha 501 comes with only 2G band coverage (GSM 900 / 1800 – RM-899850 / 1900 – RM-900) which limits it abilities. It comes with a dual Sim (GSM 900 / 1800 – SIM 1 & SIM 2 – RM-902). The screen still uses the TFT capacitive touchscreen with 256K colors.

The phone runs on the Nokia Asha software platform 1.0, upgradable to v1.4 and comes with 128MB internal memory. The camera is a 3.15 Megapixel camera with 320p@15fps which is very slow and low quality. As stated above this is a basic mobile phone. Being low specs it has excellent standby time being up to 1152 hours and 17 hours of talk time.


Change your ringtone

  1. First, touch the icon that says “Sounds and vibra.”
  2. Then, tap on either SIM1 ringtone or SIM2 ringtone.
  3. Now, pick a ringtone from the list that shows up. It can be one of the default ones or a song you’ve downloaded. The ringtone will play so you can decide if you like it.
  4. Once you find a ringtone you’re into, just tap on “Set.”
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Extra tips:

  • You can get more ringtones from the Nokia Store. Check out to learn how.
  • If you want to change the sound your phone makes when you get a text, tap on “Message tone” and choose a tone you like.

Likewise see  Change your Ringtone on the Nokia Asha 501 on here as well as the Nokia Asha 501 User Manual.


Add a writing language

  1. If you want to write in another language, you can easily switch between them. In some countries, the languages are already set by default.
  2. Go to > Writing settings > Add keyboards and select the language you want.
  3. When you’re writing, you can switch between languages by swiping left or right on the space key.
  4. Keep in mind that the keyboard layout might look different depending on the language, input mode, and characters you’re using.


Connect to a Wi-Fi network

To save on data costs, you can use a Wi-Fi network to connect to the internet, whether you’re at home, a library, or an internet café.

  1. First, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap on the Wi-Fi icon.
  2. Then, choose the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
  3. If the connection is secure, you’ll need to type in the password.

For a previously used Wi-Fi network:

  • Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap on the Wi-Fi icon.

To add a new Wi-Fi network:

  • Make sure Wi-Fi is on, tap “Add new network,” and enter the required information.

To close the Wi-Fi connection:

  • Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap on the Wi-Fi icon


Copy content between your phone and computer

To move your photos, videos, music, and other stuff you made (and saved on your memory card) between your phone and computer, follow these steps:

  1. Link your phone to your computer using a suitable USB cable.
  2. Touch “Mass storage.”
  3. On your computer, open a file manager like Windows Explorer and go to your phone. This is where you’ll see the things saved on your memory card.
  4. Simply drag and drop items back and forth between your phone and computer.
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For updating your phone’s software to get cool new features:

  • Make sure your SIM card is in the SIM1 slot.
  • Tap on > Phone update.

Quick tip: If your phone tells you about an update, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the update notification to get there faster. Stay groovy with the latest software and app updates.


Copy contacts from your old phone

To move all your contacts to your new phone at once, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure Bluetooth is on for both your old and new phones, and ensure both phones can be seen by others.
  2. On your new phone, touch the Bluetooth icon.
  3. If you don’t have any contacts on your new phone yet, tap “Copy contacts” and then select “Another device.”
  4. If you already have contacts on your new phone, swipe up from the bottom of the screen, tap “Copy contacts,” then choose “Copy from,” and finally, select “Another device.”
  5. Bring the phones close together. Once they’re connected through Bluetooth, the transfer of contacts will begin.

Likewise see also the Backup Contacts on Nokia Asha 501 on here. See also the Nokia Asha 308 Backup & Transfer Data also on this website.


Nokia Asha 501

Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Download Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Download Nokia Asha 501 PC Suite


Consider upgrading your mobile phone as WhatsApp will not work well on the phone in 2017. You can download the software from this website as it is listed below for download. Likewise see also the Nokia Asha 309 Manual on here.

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If the mobile phone does not connect then disconnect the phone. Restart your computer and restart the PC Suite software BEFORE connecting the mobile phone. Once the software is running and searching for the phone only then connect the mobile phone to the USB connector.



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