Nokia 282 Series Cellular Telephone
(170-1226/1251/1252/1253)       NAM Programming

Nokia 282 Series Cellular Telephone NAM Programming Instructions

The new Nokia 282 model cellular telephones are capable of supporting 
authentication.  The programmer must decide which form of A-Key is desired 
for use.  The two A-Key format options are RANDOM or DEFAULT.  If a RANDOM 
A-Key is desired for use, use the Easy NAM 1 programming sequence.  If a 
DEFAULT A-Key is required, use the Easy NAM 2 programming sequence.  The 
[CLR] key can be used to correct mistakes.  the Nokia 282 has advanced SID 
features that can present up to 18 Alpha Tags in the display when the 
phone is using one of the 90 systems stored during NAM programming.

Menu Driven Easy NAM Programming for Nokia 282 Mobile Phone

1.  Turn on the phone and enter easy NAM access code.
      *#6391# for NAM 1 with Random A-Key, OR
      *#6392# for NAM 2 with Default A-Key

2.  Enter the 10 digit area code and phone number and press the [SEND] Key

3.  Enter system ID code (SID) supplied by the Service provider.
      (1-5 Digit SID), press the [SEND] Key.
      Plus optional settings (see Notes below).

4.  Programming is completed.

    Note:  The phone may display "Accepted with SID Enabled" indicating
           that SIDS have been loaded and are active.
             Phone automatically powers off then back on.

Notes:  1.  Change the Lock code by adding the pound sign and a new lock
            code after the SID.  (Example: 42#7788; Lock code = 7788).

        2.  Change the Language by adding a pound sign and a new language
            code after the SID.  (Example: 42#2; Language = Spanish).
            Language Code: 0 (default) = English, 1 = French, 2 = Spanish,
            3 = Portuguese.

        3.  Change the Lock code and Language code by separating each set
            of numbers by a pound sign (Example: 175#7788#2;
            Where the SID = 00175, Lock code = 7788, Language = Spanish).

        4.  To program the SID list through the keypad, contact Nokia
            Customer Service and request the 282 SID programming guide.

            To activate the SID list through Easy NAM, enter a pound sign
            after the SID an enter 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 or 06.

            These numbers represent the group you wish to activate in the
            SID list.  ("00" disables the SID screening).  If no code is
            entered, the phone will default to "00".

        5.  Program multiple options by separating each field with a pound
            (#) sign.  Example: SID#Lock Code# Language#SID List.

Complete NAM Programming Instructions

Access NAM Programming Mode:

1.  Turn the phone on.

2.  Enter the NAM access code.  Factory default is: * 3001 # 12345 [OK].

3.  Verify that "NO SERVICE" appears in the display.  (It may also display
    the currently selected profile.  The is the default NAM screen).

Note:  Emergency numbers entered in memory location 1 can be used while
       call restrictions are active and when the phone is locked.  The
       first number listed in the list of emergency numbers is used for
       special dial [9] key when the Emergency 9 Dialing feature is set
       to active (MENU 3 7).

LOCATION   NUMERIC CONTENTS                     NOTES

   1       Common NAM Information (Example 1)   Emergency Numbers
   2       NAM 1 Mobile Phone Number
   3       NAM 1 System Parameters (Example 2)
   4       NAM 2 Mobile Phone Number
   5       NAM 2 System Parameters (Example 2)
   6       Programming Date
11 - 28    SID * Operator Name Identifier       (10 Characters Maximum)
29 - 118   SID Information                      Format - SID * SID group
                                                * SID priority * SID Alpha
                                                tag (example 175*3*1*6 see
                                                282 SID Programming Guide)

Enter Common NAM Information and Emergency Numbers (NAM Location 1):

4.  Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display returns to the default
    NAM screen.

5.  In one long string, enter the special NAM parameters according to the
    format of Example 1 below.  Separate each Emergency number (such as
    911 or *911) by the pound (#) key.  Follow the Language Code by an
    asterisk (*) key, and the desired five-digit Security Code.  Language
    Code designators are: 0 = English, 1 = French, 2 = Spanish,
    3 = Portuguese.

Example 1
            Second Emergency Number    Language Code
                               \        /
                                \      /
                    9 1 1 # * 9 1 1 # 0 * 1 2 3 4 5
                      /                      \
                     /                        \
       First Emergency Number            Security Code

6.  Enter [OK] [OK] 1 [OK].

    Enter Mobile Phone Number (Memory Location 2 or 4)

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

8.  Enter the correct 10 digit phone number.  Press the [OK] key.

9.  The display will read "Save name".  This is an optional wake up text
    message that may be added by using the key pad to enter the desired
    message from the keypad.

    This message will be displayed each time the phone powers up.  If no
    message is desired, press [OK] again.

10. Save to location 2 and press [OK] (For NAM 1 with RANDOM A-Key).
    Save to location 4 and press [OK] (For NAM 2 with DEFAULT A-Key).

Enter System Parameters (Memory Location 3 or 5)

Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display returns to the default NAM 
programming screen.  In one long string, enter the system parameters 
according to the format of Example 2.  Be sure to separate each parameter 
with an asterisk (*) or pound (#) as shown below.

Example 2
                          Access Overload Class
                                     |
        Initial Paging Channel       |   Int'l Dialing Prefix (3 Digits)
                           \         |              /
       Access Method        \        |             /   Country Code
                   \         \       |            /      /
System ID --- 3 4 * 1 * 1 * 3 3 4 * 1 5 * 1 5 # 0 1 1 * 1 * 1 * 0 0
                       /                   /               /      \
          Local Use Mark           Group ID Mark          /     SID Group
                                                         /
                                                 National Prefix

11. Enter [OK], [OK], 3, [OK] (For NAM 1 with RANDOM A-Key.)
    Enter [OK], [OK], 5, [OK] (For NAM 2 with DEFAULT A-Key).

    Enter Programming Date (Memory Location 6)

12. Enter the programming date (month and year) in a four digit sequence
    (for January 1997, Enter 0197).  This location can only be programmed
    once.  The phone will display "NOT SAVED" if programming is attempted
    more than once.

13. Enter [OK], [OK], 6, [OK].

Verify NAM Information

Press and hold the [CLR] key until the display clears.
Use the [ ] key to check locations 01 through 06.
Verify that the information for each memory location is correct.

SID Programming (Memory Locations 11 - 118 optional)

The 282 is capable of holding up to 90 SID codes that are able to 
reference up to 6 caller groups that enables the phone to display what 
network the phone is currently working on.  You may also appoint alpha 
tags as well as priorities to each SID.

If you wish to program the SID screening tables, Please contact Nokia 
Mobile Phones customer service and request the Programming Guide for the 
SID Management.  Contact your local RadioShack store for information
regarding Nokia Customer Service.

(5/20/99)