There are several different connectivity types you can use with your device. You can use wireless connectivity methods such as
Bluetooth or infrared, or a USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable connection for PC Suite or IP passthrough.
You can connect your device to a compatible PC using a DKU 2 (USB) cable. Connect the cable to the bottom of the device.
Fig Keys and connectors, p.10.
You can also connect the cable to the desk stand of the device.
Note that you must install the DKU 2 driver to your PC before you can use a cable connection. See the sales package CD ROM or
www.nokia.com for details.
You can also use a cable for
, where the device uses the Internet connection of a computer. You can use IP
passthrough as you use any Internet access point, for example for browsing or remote synchronization.
Note that you cannot use IP passthrough at the same time as Nokia PC Suite. You can define cable connection settings in
See "Cable setup," p.69.
Note that you cannot activate modem if you select
in cable connection settings. You must use
IP passthrough overrides PC Suite
with no active IP passthrough connection.
This device is compliant with Bluetooth Specification 1.1 supporting the following profiles: Generic Access Profile, Serial Port
Profile, Dial Up Networking Profile, Generic Object Exchange Profile, Object Push profile, File Transfer Profile, SIM Access Profile,
and Handsfree Profile. To ensure interoperability between other devices supporting Bluetooth technology, use Nokia approved
enhancements for this model. Check with the manufacturers of other devices to determine their compatibility with this device.
There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth technology in some locations. Check with your local authorities or service provider.
Features using Bluetooth technology, or allowing such features to run in the background while using other features, increase
the demand on battery power and reduce the battery life.
Bluetooth technology enables cost free wireless connections between electronic devices within a maximum range of 10 metres.
A Bluetooth connection can be used to send images, videos, texts, business cards, calendar notes, or to connect wirelessly to
devices using Bluetooth technology, such as computers.
Since devices using Bluetooth technology communicate using radio waves, your device and the other devices do not need to
be in direct line of sight. The two devices only need to be within a maximum of 10 metres of each other, although the connection
can be subject to interference from obstructions such as walls or from other electronic devices.
When you activate Bluetooth for the first time, you are asked to give a name to your device.
To modify the Bluetooth settings, select
, and select
. Select the
Define the following:
to enable Bluetooth. If you select
, all active Bluetooth connections are ended, and Bluetooth
cannot be used for sending or receiving data.
My telephone s visibility
Shown to all
if you want your device to be found by other Bluetooth devices. If you
, your device cannot be found by other devices.
My Bluetooth name
Define a name for your device. The maximum length of the name is 247 characters.
Remote SIM access
to allow communication between a compatible car kit and your Nokia 9300.
access profile," p.68.
If you have set Bluetooth as active and changed your visibility to
Shown to all
, your device and its name can be seen by other
Bluetooth device users.
Tip: To activate or deactivate Bluetooth, press Chr+
Note that if Bluetooth was turned off as a result of entering
profile, you must re enable Bluetooth manually.
Sending data with Bluetooth
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