Nokia 232 / PT228 Programming

a.k.a. Radio Shack 17-1062

Information not for use in Pennsylvania


from [email protected], additional info from Twitch
FOR AUTHORIZED DEALER USE ONLY

 

NOKIA 232 / PT228 CELLULAR HANDPORTABLE TELEPHONE

NAM PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS

 

The Nokia 232 series handportable CMT uses an EEPROM NAM that can be 
programmed

directly from the standard user keypad. In order to access the NAM, you must 

enter the special access code currently programmed into the phone. This

code can be changed and therefore may vary from phone to phone. Once the

programming mode is accessed, NAM parameters are loaded by entering them into

the display and "storing" them in selected memory locations. Be sure to

obtain all parameters before proceeding.

 

ACCESS NAM PROGRAMMING MODE:

1.      Turn the phone on.

2.      Enter the NAM access code. Factory default is: * 3 0 0 1 # 1 2 3 4 5

3.      Enter [STO] 00.

4.      Verify that "STORE NOT DONE" appears in the display. If "NOT ALLOWED"

        appears, check to see if you have entered the access code correctly.

 

        Note: If the correct access code is unknown, reprogramming must be

        referred back to the wholesale purchaser of the phone.

 

ENTER SPECIAL NAM PARAMETERS (Memory Location 01):

5.      Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display clears.

6.      In one long string, enter the special NAM parameters according to the 

        format of Example 1 below. Enter each emergency number (such as 911

        or *911) followed by the pound (#) key, the Language Code followed by

        the asterisk (*) key, and the desired four digit lock code.

        Language code: 0 = English, 1 = French, 2 = Spanish.

 

        EXAMPLE 1:      9 1 1 # * 9 1 1 # 0 * 1 2 3 4

 

7.      Enter [STO] 01 [STO].

 

ENTER MOBILE PHONE NUMBER (Memory Location 02 or 04):

8.      Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display clears.

9.      Enter the correct 10 digit phone number.

10.     (For Primary NAM) Enter [STO] 02 [STO].

        (For Optional NAM) Enter [STO] 04 [STO].

 [ Nokia seems to have forgotten step 11 when editing the doc. from the 
   101 version - I don't know if you can have an alpha tag on this phone 
   --dr. who ]

ENTER SYSTEM PARAMETERS (Memory Location 03 or 05):

12.     Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display clears.

13.     In one long string, enter the system parameters according to the 

        format of Example 2 below. Be sure to separate each parameter with an

        asterisk (*). Do not place and asterisk before or after the string.

 

        Initial Paging Channel_________

                                       \

        System ID ______                \       ___Access Overload Class

                        \              / \     /

                        /\            /   \   / \

        EXAMPLE 2:      3 4 * 1 * 1 * 3 3 4 * 1 5 * 1 5 # 0 1 1 * 1
                   
                             /     \                \/    \  /     \
                            /       \                \     \/       |
               Access Method         Local Use Mark   \     \       National Pfx.
                                                       \     Internat. Pfx.
                                                        \__Group ID Mark

 

14.     (For Primary NAM) Enter [STO] 03 [STO].

        (For Optional NAM) Enter [STO] 04 [STO].

 

VERIFY NAM INFORMATION:

15.     Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display clears.

16.     Enter [RCL] followed by one of the memory locations from above

        (01 through 05).

17.     Verify that the information for that memory location is correct.

18.     To exit the programming mode, power the phone off then back on. If

        "NAM ERROR" or NO SVC appears on the display, programming was done

        incorrectly and must be repeated.

 
SID PROGRAMMING (MEMORY LOCATIONS 11-40, OPTIONAL)

SID information is stored in memory locations 11-40 in NAM programming 
mode. A system id is entered as a decimal number with their a * 
(friendly) or a # (unfriendly) sign in front of each system ID. The 
phone will automatically choose the next available memory location when 
storing the system ID's.

[ by 'unfriendly' I believe that Nokia means systems that you don't 
  accidently want to use because you would incur unacceptable roaming fees 
  -- drwho ]

 For example, with a new phone the following could be entered:
*3015 [STO][STO](this system ID would be friendly and automatically 
stored in location 11)
#2556 [STO][STO](this system ID would be friendly and automatically 
stored in location 12)

Checking for SID Correctness (Memory location 10)
The SID checksum is stored in memory location 10. Enter [RCL] 10 and the 
format of the parameters are shown as 
       [checksum * number of friendly SIDs * # number of unfriendly 
SIDs#]

EXAMPLE 3:
23433*01*#02# The checksum = 23433, one friendly SID and 2 unfriendly 
SIDs are programmed.

Clearing SID
To clear one SID location, press and hold [CLR], the screen will clean, 
then enter [STO], number of location to clear, [STO].
To clear all SID, press and hold [CLR], the screen will clear then 
enter [STO] 10 [STO].


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