Fumbling around with your cellular phone while driving is irresponsible and, in many places, illegal. Whether you're a full-time traveler for work or find yourself needing to talk on the phone occasionally while on the road, a hands-free kit provides a safe solution to your conversational needs. Connecting a Nokia Bluetooth hands-free kit in your car enables you to talk on the phone anywhere there's a cellular signal just as if you were using the speakerphone feature at home, all the while leaving your hands free for driving.
Insert the hands-free adapter into the automobile's cigarette lighter socket.
Press the "Power" button to turn on the hands-free adapter.
Switch on your phone and enable its Bluetooth functionality. Consult the phone's user guide for more information.
Select the Nokia hands-free unit from the list of available Bluetooth devices listed on the phone.
Enter the Bluetooth passcode "0000" when prompted. The Nokia hands-free unit beeps and then displays a blue light when successfully paired with a mobile phone.
- Information in this article applies to the Nokia HF-6W hands-free kit. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.
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