Nokia Lumia 800c Manual

Download the Nokia Lumia 800c Manual here. If there was a mobile phone which I got hooked onto the looks it would be the Nokia Lumia 800c. When it came out in March 2012 the design stuck in my mind and every other phone they brought out I would compare it to this. Don’t get me wrong as the Nokia 520 is also a great phone but it was the blue 800c which they advertised that took it in looks for me.

Nokia Lumia 800c Manual

The specs of the Lumia 800c was good in 2012 and today 2 years later it is still very good. The phone no doubt will hold its value in the market for many years to come. It was a great design and even greater features. The Lumia 800c comes with dual band only so if you are looking for something more fancy then you should look at the Nokia Lumia 1520 which is feature packed with the same look but at a price!

The screen of this mobile phone is nice and large. Its just under 12cm long and 6cm wide and comes with an AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 16M colors. It is also a multi-touch screen with a Nokia Clear Black display which makes for a great contrast when looking at the phone. The phone also comes with a standard loudspeaker and a 3.5mm jack and with the Nokia Lumia 800c Manualability to use vibration; MP3 and WAV file ringtones. There is no memory card slot and with 512MB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage the phone is ready for multimedia use. It comes with GPRS and EDGE with EV-DO Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps. There is also WiFi built into the phone being the 802.11 b/g/n. There is also Bluetooth and microUSB ability to the phone.



The camera in the phone is very good and now you know why it has such a large internal memory. The phone comes with an 8 MegaPixel camera and the ability to take pictures for wallpaper being 3264×2448 pixels. The camera is a Carl Zeiss and it also comes with a dual flash to avoid shadows in your pictures. The camera much like other high-end cameras comes with autofocus and the phone also has geotagging. The phone only has 1 camera being its primary camera and it takes video at a really great 720p@30fps which gives you very good video. Likewise also see how to Factory Reset Lumia 630 as well as Nokia Lumia 525 Manual.


CPU Hardware

Microsoft Mango runs the phone and it is powered by 1.4Ghz Scorpion processor and a Qualcomm MSM8655T Snapdragon chipset and an Adreno 205 GPU. The phone also has a proximity sensor as well as a compass and an accelerometer. Internet surfing can be HTML5 or WAP and the phone has both options and there is also A-GPD support.

For a phone powered as this one is the battery holds very well. There is an 8 day standby time as well as a 9 hour talk time. Overall this is a great phone to own and its price hovers around the US$200 mark which makes it a great buy. Likewise see also the Nokia Lumia 1020 Manual as well.


Copy contacts

Here’s a simpler version:

Want to have all your friends’ contact info on your new phone? You can use the Contacts Transfer app to copy all your contacts from your old phone to your new one. But remember, your old phone needs to have Bluetooth and the contacts should be saved in the phone’s memory, not on the SIM card. Also, this app might not work with some phone models.

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Here’s how you do it:

  1. First, turn on Bluetooth on your old phone.
  2. Then, on your new phone, swipe left on the start screen to see the apps menu, and tap on Contacts Transfer.
  3. Next, tap continue, and turn on Bluetooth.
  4. After that, choose your old phone from the list of devices that appear, and follow the instructions shown on both phones.

Just a tip: If you’ve backed up your contacts in Windows Live before, you can also import them to your new phone directly from there.

But keep in mind, if your contacts are written in a language that your new phone doesn’t support, the contact info might not show up correctly.

Also, if you want to set your keys and screen to lock automatically after a certain time, just go to Settings > lock+wallpaper > Screen times out after, and choose the time you want.


Change your Theme

Want to change the look of your phone to match your style or mood? You can easily do this by changing the theme. Here’s how:

  1. First, swipe left on the start screen of your phone.
  2. Then, tap on Settings > theme.
  3. Next, tap on either Background or Accent colour to change them.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully changed the theme of your phone. Enjoy your personalized look!


WiFi Connections

Here’s a simpler version:

Using Wi-Fi is usually faster and cheaper than using mobile data. If both are available, your phone will use Wi-Fi. Here’s how you can set it up:

  1. Swipe left on the start screen of your phone and tap on Settings.
  2. Tap on WiFi.
  3. Make sure WiFi networking is switched to On.
  4. Choose the Wi-Fi connection you want to use.

If you want to stop using mobile data, go to mobile network and switch Data connection to Off.

Likewise if you don’t want to use data while roaming, go to mobile network and switch Data roaming options to don't roam.

If you want your phone to check for new mail less often or only when you ask it to, you can change the mail download settings. For each mailbox you have, tap on settings > synchronisation settings, and change the setting for Download new content to manual.


Word Suggestions

To turn off word suggestions, first, go to the start screen. Then, swipe left and tap on ‘Settings’. After that, select ‘keyboard’ and then ‘typing settings’. Next, tap on your language keyboard, and uncheck the box that says ‘Suggest text and highlight misspelt words’.

If you want to remove words that you’ve added manually, go back to the start screen. Swipe left again and tap on ‘Settings’. Then, select ‘keyboard’ and ‘typing settings’. Finally, tap on ‘reset suggestions’. Likewise see also the Nokia Lumia 1320 Manual as well.



Sure, here’s a simpler version:

Using your phone as a clock and alarm:

  1. To set an alarm, go to the start screen, swipe left, and tap ‘Alarms’. Then, fill in the alarm details, set the time, and tap to confirm. Remember, for the alarm to sound, your phone must be switched on, and the volume needs to be loud enough.
  2. To turn off an alarm, simply switch the alarm to ‘Off’.
  3. If you want to delete an alarm, tap the alarm, and then tap to delete.
  4. If you’re not ready to get up when your alarm sounds, you can snooze it. Just tap ‘snooze’ when the alarm sounds.
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Updating time and date:

  1. You can set your phone to update the time, date, and time zone automatically. To do this, go to the start screen, swipe left, and tap ‘Settings’ > ‘date+time’. Then, switch ‘Set automatically’ to ‘On’.
  2. If you want to update the time and date manually, switch ‘Set automatically’ to ‘Off’, and edit the time and date.
  3. When travelling abroad, you can update the time zone manually. Just switch ‘Set automatically’ to ‘Off’, and tap ‘Time zone’ and a location.


Making calls

  1. To call a contact, tap > , then tap the contact and the number.
  2. To call a phone number, tap > , type in the phone number, and tap ‘call’. To type in the ‘+’ character, used for international calls, tap and hold ‘0’.
  3. To copy and paste a phone number, tap and hold the phone number, tap ‘copy’, and in a text box, tap .
  4. To view your call history, tap . To remove a call record, tap and hold the call record, and tap . To remove all the call records, tap > . To search for a call record, tap > , and type in the contact’s name or phone number.

Likewise see also the Nokia Lumia 620 User Manual as well as the Nokia Asha 311 User Manual.

Conference calls:

  1. Your phone supports conference calls between two or more people. To make a conference call, first make a call to the first person. Then, press , and make the call to the next person. When the new call is answered, tap .
  2. To add another person to the call, tap , call another person, and tap .
  3. If you want to have a private conversation with someone, tap and the person’s name or phone number. The conference call will be put on hold on your phone. The other people will continue the conference call. To return to the conference call, tap .

Saving numbers and contacts:

  1. If you receive a message from a person whose phone number is not yet saved in your phone, you can easily save the number. Tap ‘Messaging’, tap a conversation, tap the phone number at the top of the conversation screen, and tap . Then, tap , edit the phone number and phone number type, and tap . Edit other contact details, including the name, and tap .
  2. If you have contacts stored on your SIM card, you can copy them to your phone. Tap ‘People’, tap > ‘settings’ > ‘import SIM contacts’.


Internet connections

  1. If your network service provider charges you for data transfer, you can change the Wi-Fi and mobile data settings to reduce your data costs. Using a Wi-Fi connection is generally faster and less expensive than using a mobile data connection. If both Wi-Fi and mobile data connections are available, your phone uses the Wi-Fi connection.
  2. To use a Wi-Fi connection, go to the start screen, swipe left, and tap ‘Settings’ > ‘WiFi’. Make sure ‘WiFi networking’ is switched to ‘On’, and select the connection you want to use.
  3. To use a mobile data connection, go to the start screen, swipe left, and tap ‘Settings’ > ‘mobile network’, and switch ‘Data connection’ to ‘On’.
  4. When roaming, especially when abroad, connecting to the internet can raise data costs. So, be mindful of your data usage.

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