Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

This is the owners manual or user manual for the Nokia Asha 501 mobile phone from Nokia. This mobile phone in is not line with such mobile phones as the Nokia Lumia 928 which has far more features but is a more basic phone. Its starts with a very basic 128MB memory built into the phone. It also uses the Nokia Asha software platform 1.0 software to run and comes with a 3MP camera.

Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Its a perfect phone for a younger person who only wants the basics of a mobile phone without all the bells that you would normally expect. Below is the mobile phone manual for this phone. You can also see another listing which has been added on this website here.


How to change your ringtone

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  1. Firstly, tap on the ‘Sounds and vibra’ option.
  2. Next, you’ll see options for ‘SIM1 ringtone’ and ‘SIM2 ringtone’. Tap on the one you want to change.
  3. After that, you’ll see a list of preloaded ringtones and any music you’ve downloaded. Select a ringtone. It will play so you can hear what it sounds like.
  4. Once you’ve found a ringtone you like, tap ‘Set’.

Remember, you can download more ringtones from the Nokia Store. To learn more about the Nokia Store, visit their support page at

Another tip: You can also change the message alert tone. Just tap ‘Message tone’, and select a tone you like. Likewise also see the Nokia Lumia 510 Manual as well on this website.



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Adding a Full Keyboard or Phone Keypad

  1. Firstly, you have the option to use either a full keyboard or a phone keypad when typing.
  2. To do this, tap on ‘Writing settings’, then ‘Add keyboards’.
  3. Next, tap on the keyboards or keypads you want to use.

Switching Between the Keyboard and Keypad

  1. If you have chosen more than one keyboard or keypad, you can switch between them by swiping left or right on the space key.
See also  Nokia Lumia 920 Manual

Adding a Writing Language

  1. If you need to write in another language, you can easily add and switch between several writing languages.
  2. In some countries, the languages have been selected by default.
  3. To add a language, tap on ‘Writing settings’, then ‘Add keyboards’, and finally select the language you want.

Switching Between Languages When Writing

  1. Just like switching between keyboards, you can switch between languages by swiping left or right on the space key.

Keys on the Keyboard

  1. Lastly, remember that the layout of the keyboard may vary, depending on the writing language, input mode, and character range you use.



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Making or Answering a Call

  1. Firstly, tap on the call button.
  2. Next, type in the phone number. If you need to type in the ‘+’ character for international calls, tap ‘*’ twice.
  3. Then, tap the call button again. If asked, select which SIM to use.
  4. To end the call, simply tap the end call button.
  5. When someone calls you, swipe down to answer.

Remember, if your friend’s voice is too loud or too quiet, you can press the volume keys to adjust the volume.

Swapping Between Calls

  1. To swap between calls, tap the swap button.

Declining a Call

  1. To decline a call, swipe up and tap the decline button.

Silencing a Call

  1. When someone calls you, swipe up to silence the call.
  2. After silencing the call, you can quickly send a text message. Tap the message button, and write your message.

Calling the Last Dialed Number

  1. On the activity screen, tap the contact name or phone number you last called, and tap the call button.

Viewing Your Missed Calls

  1. If you missed a call, a notification will be shown on the lock screen. Swipe over the notification to see the call info, and tap the call button to call back.

Note: Missed and received calls are logged only if supported by the network, and the phone is switched on and within the network service area. Likewise see also the Nokia Lumia 928 User Manual as well.


Connect to a Wi-Fi network

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Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network

  1. Firstly, to save on data costs, you can use a Wi-Fi network to connect to the internet. This can be at home, a library, or an internet café.
  2. To do this, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap the Wi-Fi button.
  3. Next, tap ‘Wi-Fi’ and select the network you want to connect to.
  4. If the network is secured, you’ll need to type in the password.
See also  Nokia Lumia 520 User Manual

Connecting to a Previously Used Wi-Fi Network

  1. To reconnect to a network you’ve used before, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap the Wi-Fi button.

Adding a New Network

  1. To add a new network, make sure Wi-Fi is turned on, then tap ‘Add new network’, and type in the necessary information.

Closing the Wi-Fi Connection

  1. Finally, to disconnect from the Wi-Fi, swipe down from the top of the screen, and tap the Wi-Fi button.


Copy content between your phone and computer

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Copying Your Content Between Phone and Computer

  1. Firstly, to copy photos, videos, music, and other content created by you (and stored on the memory card) between your phone and computer, you need to have a memory card inserted in your phone.
  2. Next, connect your phone to a compatible computer using a compatible USB cable.
  3. Then, on your phone, tap ‘Mass storage’.
  4. On your computer, open a file manager, such as Windows Explorer. Here, you can browse to your phone and see the content stored on the memory card.
  5. Finally, to copy items, simply drag and drop them between your phone and computer. This way, you can easily transfer your content.

Lastly also see the Nokia Lumia 505 User Manual as well as the Nokia Lumia 925 User Manual.


Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Download Nokia Asha 501 User Manual

Download Nokia Asha 501 PC Suite


Note that you can use WhatsApp on the phone if you use the older version of the software. Support for the software will be stopped at the end of 2016. Consider upgrading your mobile phone if you still want to use it. Likewise see also the Keyboard & Language Settings Nokia Asha 501 on here.


Whatsapp Nokia

WhatsApp for Nokia 501

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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