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Safety precautions ..................... 3
Phone overview ......................... 5
Display symbols ......................... 8
Getting started ........................... 9
Insert SIM card/battery ............. 9
Charge battery ....................... 10
Switch on, off / PIN entry ......... 11
Switch on/off ......................... 11
Enter PIN ............................... 11
Emergency number (SOS) ...... 11
See also InSwitching on your phone
dex at the end
for the first time ..................... 11
of this User
Signal strength ...................... 12
Guide
General instructions ................ 13
User guide ............................. 13
Without SIM card ................... 13
Menu controls ........................ 13
Standby mode ....................... 13
Standard functions .................. 14
Option menus ........................ 14
Highlighting mode ................. 14
Security .................................... 15
Codes .................................... 15
Preventing accidental
activation ............................... 16
My phone ................................. 17
Calling ...................................... 18
Dialling with number keys ...... 18
End call .................................. 18
Set volume ............................ 18
Redial .................................... 18
If the number is busy ............. 19
Accept call ............................. 20
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Contents
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Reject call ............................... 20
Handsfree .............................. 21
Swap between 2 calls ............. 21
Conference ............................ 22
Call menu ............................... 23
Direct call ............................... 23
Text entry ................................. 24
Default book ............................. 28
Phonebook ............................... 29
<New entry> .......................... 29
<Special books> ..................... 30
Call (search for an entry) ........ 30
Change entry ......................... 30
Addressbook ............................. 32
<New entry> .......................... 32
Change entry ......................... 33
Call (search for an entry) ........ 34
Addressbook menu ................. 34
Voice dialling .......................... 35
Groups ...................................... 36
Control codes (DTMF) ............. 37
Records ..................................... 38
Duration/charges ...................... 39
Alarm clock ............................... 40
Voice message/mailbox ............ 41
SMS ........................................... 42
Writing and sending ............... 42
Picture&sound ........................ 43
SMS to group ......................... 44
Read SMS ............................... 45
Lists ....................................... 46
SMS archive ........................... 47
SMS profiles ........................... 48
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
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Contents
MMS ......................................... 49
Writing/
sending MMS messages ......... 49
MMS options ......................... 51
Receive MMS ......................... 51
Read MMS ............................. 52
MMS profiles .......................... 54
CB services ............................... 55
Ring tones ................................ 56
Ringer setting ........................ 56
See also InSilent alert ............................. 56
dex at the end
Volume .................................. 56
of this User
Guide
Set ring tones ........................ 57
Surf & fun ................................. 58
Internet browser (WAP) .......... 58
Games & more ....................... 61
Setup ........................................ 64
Profiles .................................. 64
Display ................................... 65
Dynamic light ........................ 67
Call setup ............................... 69
Clock ..................................... 71
Connectivity .......................... 72
Security ................................. 75
Network ................................ 77
Accessories ............................ 79
Contents
Extras ........................................ 80
Organiser ............................... 80
Calculator ............................... 84
Currency converter ................. 85
Stopwatch .............................. 85
Countdown ............................ 86
Voice command ..................... 86
Camera (Accessories) ............. 87
SIM services (optional) ........... 89
Fast access key ......................... 90
Own stuff .................................. 92
Send via... ................................. 93
PC Software
(Data Exchange Software /
GPRS Modem Assistant) ........... 94
Questions & Answers ............... 95
Customer Care .......................... 98
Care and maintenance ........... 100
Product data ........................... 101
Accessories ............................. 102
Quality .................................... 104
Guarantee certificate (UK) ..... 105
Guarantee certificate (IRL) ..... 106
SAR – European Union
(RTTE) ..................................... 108
SAR – International
(ICNIRP) .................................. 110
Menu tree ............................... 111
Index ....................................... 117
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
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Safety precautions
Information for parents
Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use.
Explain the content and the hazards associated with using the phone to your children.
Remember to comply with
legal requirements and local restrictions when using the phone.
For example, in aeroplanes,
petrol stations, hospitals or
while driving.
Mobile phones can interfere
with the functioning of medical
devices such as hearing aids
or pacemakers. Keep at least
20 cm/9 inches between phone
and pacemaker. When using
the mobile phone hold it to the
ear which is further away from
the pacemaker. For more information consult your doctor.
Small parts such as the SIM
card, sealing stop, lens ring and
lens cap can be dismantled and
swallowed by small children.
The phone must therefore be
stored out of the reach of small
children.
The mains voltage specified on
the power supply unit (V) must
not be exceeded. Otherwise
the charging device may be
destroyed.
The ring tone (p. 56), info tones
(p. 57) and handsfree talking
are reproduced through the
loudspeaker. Do not hold the
phone to your ear when it rings
or when you have switched on
the handsfree function (p. 21).
Otherwise you risk serious
permanent damage to your
hearing.
Only use original Siemens
batteries (100 % mercury-free)
and – charging devices.
Otherwise you risk serious
damage to health and property.
The battery could explode, for
instance.
You may only open the phone
to replace the battery (100 %
mercury-free) or SIM card.
You must not open the battery
under any circumstances.
All other changes to this device
are strictly prohibited and will
invalidate the guarantee.
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Safety precautions
Important:
Please dispose of unwanted
batteries and phones as permitted by the laws in your country.
The phone may cause interference in the vicinity of TV sets,
radios and PCs.
Use only Siemens original accessories. This will avoid potential risks to health or property
and ensure compliance with all
relevant regulations.
Improper use will invalidate the guarantee!
These safety instructions also apply to Siemens original accessories.
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Phone overview
1 A Call key
Dial phone number/name displayed/selected,
take calls. Show last phone numbers dialled in
standby mode.
2 B On/Off/End key
• Switched off: hold down to switch on.
• During a conversation or in an application:
press briefly to finish.
• In menus: Press briefly to go back a level.
Hold down to return to standby mode.
• In standby mode: hold down to switch off
phone.
3 Navigation key
In lists, messages and menus:
I
E
I
Scroll up and down.
Function call (same function as
right soft key (page 6)).
Back a menu level.
During a call:
G
H
E
Start adjusting the volume.
Open Addressbook/Phonebook.
Open call menu.
In standby mode:
G
H
E
D
Voice control (hold down).
Open Addressbook/Phonebook.
Open menu.
GPRS Info.
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Phone overview
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Phone overview
1 Loudspeaker
2 Colour Display
3 Soft keys
The current functions of these keys are
shown in the bottom line of the display as
§Text§/symbol (e.g., Q ).
4 Input keys
5 * Ringtone
• Hold down in standby mode:
Switch all audible signals on/off
(except alarm).
• Hold down on incoming call:
Switch off ring tone for this call only.
6 Plug socket
For charger, headset, camera etc.
7 Dynamic light
Seven LEDs indicate visually different events
and functions, as well as the current phone
status, e.g.network searching, battery low,
etc. (set, page 67).
You can determine the visual signal (LEDs)
on the phone for certain functions and events.
The LEDs then flash in different rhythms depending on the current function.
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Service provider
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1 Antenna
Do not obstruct the antenna unnecessarily.
2 2nd display
Displays time, incoming calls, screensaver
and certain other information when the clamshell is closed.
In addition, symbols are used to indicate the
following events:
¿
Ø
…
Missed incoming call
Missed alarm
Missed appointment
Missed message
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3 Clamshell
In standby mode, opening the clamshell
switches off the 2nd display and switches on
the colour display. When the clamshell is
closed the colour display is switched off, and
the 2nd display is switched on. An alarm tone
sounds and a warning message is shown on
the 2nd display. If the clamshell is not opened
again within 3 seconds, applications are terminated,
When Auto answer (page 71) is activated a
call can be answered by simply opening the
clamshell.
Note
Your phone is supplied with protective films applied to the displays. Remove these films
before getting started.
In rare cases the static discharge may cause discoloration at the edges of the display.
However this will disappear within 10 minutes.
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Phone overview
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Display symbols
Display symbols
Display symbols (selection)
_
h
d
è
Z
É
]
Signal strength.
Charging.
Battery charge level, e.g. 50%.
Addressbook/Phonebook
Call records
Surf & fun/Service provider portal
Alarm clock
Messages
Ring tones
Ñ
m
n
j
k
l
Ø
Ö
µ
T
²
Extras
Own stuff
Setup
Call(s) is/are diverted.
Ringer off.
Short ring (beep) only.
Ringtone only, if the caller is
stored in the Addressbook/Phonebook.
Alarm set.
Alarm clock activated.
Keypad locked.
Message memory full.
No network access.
ABC/ Indicates whether upper or lowerAbc/abc case letters are active.
T9Abc Text input with T9.
«
ª
Ê
Ë
Ì
±
Activated and available.
Registered.
Temporarily interrupted.
WAP online.
WAP via GPRS online.
WAP no network.
Auto answer feature on.
Organiser symbols (selection)
u
v
w
{
È
Memo
Call
Meeting
Birthday
Anniversary
Access with left soft key (selection)
…
Û
\
Message received.
MMS notification received.
Voice message received.
Unanswered call.
Depending on the service provider, some
of the symbols shown here may vary from
those in the phone,
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Getting started
Insert SIM card/battery
The service provider supplies you
with a SIM card on which all the important data for your line is stored.
If the SIM card has been delivered
in credit-card size, snap the smaller
segment out and remove any rough
edges.
Press grooved area 1, then remove
the cover downwards in the direction of the arrow 2.
1
• Insert the battery sideways into
the phone 4, then press downwards 5 until it engages.
4
5
• To remove, press the retaining tab
on the side of the battery, then lift
the battery out.
• Place cover on phone and then
push to the upper edge, until it
clicks into place 6.
2
• Place the SIM card into the slot
with the contact surface facing
downwards. Gently push the holder
tab over the SIM card 3 (ensure
the bevelled corner is correctly
positioned).
3
9
6
Additional information
Please switch off your phone before
removing the battery!
3V and 1.8V SIM cards are supported.
Please contact your service provider if
you have an older card.
SIM card problems .......................page 95
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Getting started
Charge battery
The battery is not fully charged
when delivered. Plug charger cable
into the bottom of the phone, plug
power supply unit into a mains
power socket and charge for at least
two hours.
Charge icon not visible
If the battery has been discharged
fully the charge icon is not immediately visible when the power supply
unit is plugged in. It will appear after
up to two hours. In this case the battery is fully charged after 3–4 hours.
Only use the power supply unit provided!
Display while in service
Charge level display during operation (empty–full):
a d g
Display when charging is in progress
h
During charging.
If Dynamic light is activated for Charging (page 68) the middle two LEDs
flash slowly to show that the charging process is in progress. When the
battery is fully charged, these LEDs
switch off.
Charging time
An empty battery is fully charged
after about 2 hours. Charging is only
possible within a temperature range
of +5 °C to +40 °C. If the temperature rises/falls 5 °C above/below this,
the charge symbol flashes a warning. The mains voltage specified
on the power supply unit must
not be exceeded (Operating time,
page 101).
A beep sounds when the battery is
nearly empty. The charge level of the
battery is only displayed correctly
after an uninterrupted charging/discharging cycle. You should therefore
not remove the battery unnecessarily
and where possible not terminate the
charging process early.
Additional information
The power supply unit heats up when used
for long periods. This is normal and not
dangerous.
If the battery is removed for longer than
30 seconds, the clock will be reset.
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Switch on, off / PIN entry
Switch on/off
Open the clamshell to gain access to
the keypad.
B
Hold down
On/Off/End key.
Enter PIN
The SIM card can be protected with a
4- to 8-digit PIN.
J
§OK§
Enter the PIN using the
number keys. The characters **** appear to ensure nobody can read
your PIN on the display.
Correct errors with §Clear§.
To confirm, press the
right soft key. Logging on
to the network will take a
few seconds.
If the clamshell is closed before a PIN
is entered, the phone is switched off
immediately.
Additional information
Change PIN..................................page 15
Clear SIM card barring .................page 16
Clock settings ..............................page 71
Emergency number
(SOS)
Only to be used in real emergencies!
By pressing the soft key §SOS§ you can
make an emergency call on any network without a SIM card and without
entering a PIN (not available in all
countries).
Switching on your phone
for the first time
Time/date
Set the clock to the right time once
at start-up.
§Yes§
J
§OK§
Press.
First enter the date
(day.month.year), then
the time (24 hours,
including seconds).
Press. The time and date
are updated.
Time zones
Set the time zone for your area.
I
Select the required time
zone from list ...
§Set§
… and set it.
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Switch on, off / PIN entry
Phonebook or Addressbook
You can choose whether you want
to use the Phonebook on the SIM card
or the internal Addressbook as standard.
You can copy the SIM card Phonebook to the Addressbook on the
phone. Please do not interrupt this procedure. During this time do not accept
incoming calls. Follow instructions in
the display.
To copy data on the SIM card at a
later time, highlight entries (see
page 14) and copy these with the
function Copy into 9 (Phonebook
options menu, page 31).
You can change the default book
at any time (page 28).
Signal strength
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^
Strong reception signal.
A weak signal reduces the
call quality and may lead
to loss of the connection.
Change your location.
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General instructions Menu controls
User guide
The following symbols are used to
explain operation:
J
B
A
Enter numbers or letters.
On/Off/End key.
Call key.
The steps needed to reach a function
are shown in a condensed form in this
user guide.
For example:
To display call list for missed calls in
condensed form:
§Menu§ KZKCalls missed
This comprises the following steps:
§Menu§
Open main menu.
§Select§
Confirm.
K
Select Z, then select the
Calls missed function.
F
Press navigation key
(left/right).
I
Press navigation key
(top/bottom).
§Menu§
Displays a function.
Very often function descriptions begin in standby mode.
Function dependent on
service provider, may require
special registration.
The phone is in standby mode and is
ready for use when the name of the
service provider appears on the display.
L
Without SIM card
If you switch on the phone without
a SIM card you can still use some
phone functions.
§Menu§
The functions are
displayed.
§SOS§
Emergency, SOS.
Standby mode
B
Hold down the On/Off/End
key to return to standby
mode from any situation.
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General instructions
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Standard functions
Standard functions
Option menus
Menu functions are made available
in options menus. A selection of
functions that occur frequently is
shown here.
§Options§
With some applications (e.g. Phonebook) one or more entries in a list
can be highlighted to perform multiple functions at once.
§Options§
Mark text
Open menu.
Edit
Open the entry to edit.
Capacity
Display available capacity.
View
Display entry.
Delete /
Delete all
Delete entry/delete all
entries after confirmation.
New entry
Create new entry.
Send MMS Send entry as MMS message.
Send
Dial number or select from
the Addressbook/Phonebook, then send.
Save
Store entry.
Sort
Set sort criteria
(alphabetical, type, time).
Text input
(page 24)
T9 preferred: Activate/
deactivate T9 input.
Input language: Select
language for text.
Rename
Highlighting mode
Rename selected entry.
Open menu.
Activate highlighting
mode.
N Phonebook
o Anne
o Barbara
p Carol
Mark text
Ú
Options
If an unmarked entry is selected, this
can be highlighted:
§Mark text§ The current entry is highlighted.
If a highlighted entry is selected, this
can be unmarked:
§Unmark§
Unmark the current entry.
Additional highlighting functions:
Mark all
Highlight all entries.
Unmark all
Delete highlighting on all
marked entries.
Delete
marked
All selected entries are
deleted.
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Security
The phone and SIM card are protected against misuse by several security
codes.
Keep these confidential numbers in a
safe place where you can access them
again if required.
Codes
§Menu§ KmKSecurityKCodes
KSelect function
PIN control
The PIN is usually requested each
time the phone is switched on. You
can deactivate this feature but you
risk unauthorised use of the phone.
Some service providers do not permit deactivating the control.
§Change§
PIN
Protects your SIM card
(personal identification
number).
PIN2
This is needed to set the charge
detail display and to access
additional functions requiring
special SIM cards.
PUK
PUK2
Key code. Used to unlock SIM
cards after the wrong PIN has
been entered repeatedly.
Phone
code
Protects your phone. Must be
entered at the first security setting.
15
J
§OK§
Press.
Enter PIN.
Confirm.
Change PIN
You can change the PIN to any 4to 8-digit number you find easier
to remember.
J
Enter current PIN.
§OK§
Press.
J , §OK§ Enter new PIN.
J , §OK§ Renter new PIN.
Change PIN2
(Display only if PIN 2 is available).
Proceed as with Change PIN.
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Security
§Menu§ KmKSecurityKCodes
Change phonecode
You define the phone code (4-8 digits) when you call up a phone-code
protected function for the first time
(e.g. Direct call page 23). It is then
valid for all phone-code protected
functions.
Following the third unsuccessful attempt, access to the phone code and
the functions that use it is denied. If
this happens please contact Siemens
Service (p. 98).
Preventing accidental
activation
Even if PIN control is deactivated
(page 15) confirmation is required
to switch on the phone.
This prevents the phone from being
switched on accidentally, e. g. when
carried in a pocket or whilst you are
on an aircraft.
B
Please confirm switch on
Clear SIM card barring
If the PIN is entered incorrectly three
times, the SIM card is barred. Enter
the PUK (MASTER PIN), provided by
your service provider with the SIM
card, according to instructions. If the
PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost,
please contact your service provider.
Additional information
Screensaver.................................page 66
Further security settings...............page 75
Hold down.
OK
Cancel
§OK§
Press. The phone
switches on.
§Cancel§
Press or take no action.
The phone does not
switch on.
Close Clamshell:
The phone switches off.
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My phone
Adjust your phone in the following
ways to give it a personal touch and
make it just how you want it:
Ring tones
Assign individual ringtones to caller
groups or for special events (p. 56).
Pictures
Assign individual images or photos to
your Addressbook entries (page 32).
Animations
Choose a start-up and closing animation (p. 66).
Own greeting
Choose a personal greeting (p. 67).
Screensaver
Choose a digital clock or a personal
picture (p. 66).
(Provider) Logo
Choose an individual picture (to be
displayed in standby mode) (p. 66).
Background
Choose your own permanent background image for the colour display
(p. 66).
Applications
Download your own applications
from the Internet (p. 63).
Colour scheme
Select a color scheme for the user
interface (p. 66).
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Where do I get what?
Additional ring tones, logos, animations and Java applications
are available from your service provider or directly from Siemens.
Service provider portal
Depending on your service provider,
you may have direct access on your
phone to its portal via menu options
or bookmarks. Please contact your
service provider for more information
on these services.
Siemens City Portal
Additional ring tones, logos, animations and screensavers, as well as
other applications, games and services, are available on the Internet at
www.siemens-mobile.com/city
Or you can download them direct via
WAP:
wap.siemens-mobile.com
Here you will also find a storage
service, and a list of the countries in
which the services are available.
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Calling
Dialling with number
keys
Set volume
G
Open the clamshell to gain access
to the keypad.
The phone must be switched on
(standby mode).
J
A
Enter number (always
with area code/international dialling code).
§Clear§ A short press clears
the last digit, a long press
clears the entire phone
number.
Press the Call key. The displayed phone number is
dialled.
End call
B
Press the End key briefly.
Press this key even if the
person on the other end
of the line has hung up
first.
Use the top of the navigation key to start adjusting
the volume. Then press
top/bottom to adjust the
volume as required
(only possible during a
conversation).
If a Car Kit is used, its volume setting
will not affect the usual setting on
the phone.
Redial
To redial the phone number last
called:
A
Press the Call key twice.
A
Press the Call key once.
A
Press ...
To redial other numbers that were
dialled previously:
I
Pick out the required
phone number from the
list, then to dial ...
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If the number is busy
If the called number is busy or cannot be reached because of network
problems several options are available (depending on the service provider). An incoming call or any other
use of the phone interrupts these
functions.
Either
Auto. redial
§Auto dial§ Press. The phone number
is automatically dialled
ten times at increasing
time intervals. End with:
Or
B End key.
b
Call back
§Call back§ Press. Your phone rings
when the busy number is
free. Press the Call key to
dial the number.
Reminder
§Prompt§
Press. A beep reminds
you to redial the displayed phone number
after 15 minutes.
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Additional information
Store phone no. in Addressbook/Phonebook ...........page 29, page 32
y menu§ Call menu .....................page 23
§Handsfr.§ Handsfree....................page 21
Hide ID .........................................page 69
Microphone off..............................page 23
Voice dialling ................................page 35
International dialling codes
Hold down until a "+" is
displayed.
§Country§ Press and select country.
0
Phone number memo
You can enter a phone number during a
call. The person to whom you are speaking
can hear these entries. When the connection
has ended you can save or dial the phone
number.
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Accept call
Reject call
The phone must be switched on
(standby mode). An incoming call
will interrupt any other use of the
phone.
Open the clamshell.
Open the clamshell.
And
§Answer§
Press.
Or
A
Press.
A phone number transmitted by
the network is displayed or the
corresponding name if it is contained
in the Phonebook (page 29) or Addressbook (page 32). A picture may
also appear (settings page 32).
Additional information
When Auto answer (page 71) is activated
a call can be answered by simply opening
the clamshell.
And
§Reject§
Press. To divert call,
see page 69.
Or
B
Press briefly.
Additional information
When Auto answer (page 71) is activated
you must reject the call within 2 seconds.
Otherwise it will be accepted automatically.
Warning!
Please make sure you have accepted the
call before holding the phone to your ear.
This will avoid damage to your hearing from
loud ring tones.
Additional information
Missed calls..........................page 38
Switch off ringer............................page 56
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Handsfree
Swap between 2 calls
You can put the phone aside during
a call. You can then hear the caller
via the loudspeaker.
Establish a second connection
_
g
v
Carol
Handsfr.
v
You can call another number during
a call.
y menu§
Open call menu.
Hold
The current call is put on
hold.
% menu
_
Call held
§Handsfr.§ Activate handsfree talking.
§Yes§
Switch on.
_
Handsfr.
I
g
Back
g
% menu
Use the navigation key to
adjust the volume.
§Handsfr.§ Switch off.
Warning!
Always switch off "handsfree talking"
before holding the phone to your ear!
This will avoid damage to your hearing!
y menu§ Call menu .....................page 23
Now dial the new phone number
(Addressbook/Phonebook H).
When the new connection is established:
y menu§
Open call menu
Swap
Swap back and forth
between the calls.
End current call
Press. You are now connected to the caller.
B
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Incoming calls during a call
Conference
You may need to register for this
service with your service provider
and set your phone accordingly
(page 69). During a call, you may
be advised that there is another call
waiting. You will hear a special
tone during the call. You have the
following options:
Call up to 5 parties one by one and
link them together in a conference
call. Some of the functions described
may not be supported by your service
provider or may have to be enabled
specially. You have established a
connection:
• Accept the waiting call
§Swap§
Accept the waiting call,
putting the current call on
hold to do so.
To swap between the two calls proceed as described above.
y menu§
J
y menu§
End call(s):
Press End key B. According to the
display: Return to held call? you have
the following choice:
§Yes§
You accept the held call.
§No§
You also end the second
call.
• Reject waiting call
§Reject§
Or
§Divert§
Press.
The waiting call is diverted, for example, to the
mailbox.
• Accept the waiting call and end the
current call
B
§Answer§
End the current call.
Accept new call.
Open menu and select
Hold. The current call is
put on hold.
Now dial a new number.
When the new connection
is established ...
… open menu and select
Conference. The held call is
joined.
Repeat procedure until all participants are linked together (up to
5 participants).
End
B
All calls in the conference
are ended when the End
key is pressed.
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Call menu
Direct call
The following functions are only
available during a call:
If this is active, only one number
can be dialled.
y menu§
Open menu.
Hold
(page 21)
Microphone
on
If the microphone is
switched off the person on
the other end of the line
cannot hear you (muting).
Also: Hold * down.
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Switch on
§Menu§ KmKSecurityKDirect call
E
J
Press.
Enter phone code.
The phone code (4- to 8-digits) is
set by you and entered at the first
security setting.
Please note this code down
(see also page 15)!
Handsfree
(page 21)
Volume
Adjust handset volume.
Conference
(see left)
Durat/charges
Display call duration and
(if set, page 39) costs
accruing during the call.
Send DTMF
(page 37)
Call
transferL
The original call is joined
to the second one. For
you, both calls are now
ended.
§OK§
Main menu
Access to main menu.
Apply
Call status
List all held and active
calls (e. g. conference call
participants).
To dial, hold down the right soft key.
§OK§
Confirm input.
§Change§
Press.
· / J Select phone number
from the Adressbook
(page 33) or Phonebook
(page 30) or enter new
number.
Confirm "On".
Switch off
#
J
Hold down.
Enter phone code.
§OK§
Confirm input.
§Change§
Press.
§OK§
Confirm "Off".
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Text entry
Text entry
Text entry without T9
Press number key repeatedly until
the required letter appears. After a
brief interval the cursor will advance.
Example:
2
Press once briefly to type
the letter a, twice to type
b, etc.
Hold down to write the
number.
0
Press once/repeatedly:
.,?!’"0-()@/:_
Hold down: Writes 0.
1
Writes blank. Press twice =
jumps a line.
Special characters
*
1)
Press briefly. The symbols
chart is displayed:
¿ ¡
+ -
"
_ ;
!
? ,
.
’
(
)
*
:
/
Ä,ä,1-9
Umlauts and numbers
are displayed after the
relevant letters.
¤ ¥ $ £ € & # \ @
[ ] { } % ~ < = >
§Clear§
Press briefly to delete the
letter before the cursor,
hold down to erase the
whole word.
Σ Φ Ψ Ω
F
#
*
Move the cursor
(forwards/back).
|
^ § Γ ∆ Θ Λ Ξ Π
1) Line break
I,F
§Select§
Navigate to characters.
Press.
Press briefly: Swap between
abc, Abc, T9abc, T9Abc,
T9ABC, 123. Status shown
in top line of display.
Input menu
Hold down: All inputvariants
are displayed.
*
Press briefly: Special characters are shown.
Hold down: Open input
menu.
With text input:
Press down. The input
menu is displayed:
Text format (SMS only)
Input language
Mark text
Copy/Add
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Text entry with T9
Write a word using T9
"T9" deduces the correct word from
the individual key entries by making
comparisons with an extensive dictionary.
Since the display changes as you
proceed,
Activate, deactivate T9
§Options§
Open text menu.
Text input Select.
T9 preferred
Select.
§Change§
Activate T9.
Select Input language
Select the language in which you
want to compose your message.
§Options§
Open text menu.
Text input Select.
Input language
Select.
§Select§
Confirm, the new language
is set. Languages with T9
support are marked with
the T9 symbol.
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it is best if you finish a word without looking at the display.
Simply press the keys once only
where the relevant letter is located.
For "hotel", for example:
#
press briefly for T9Abc
then type
1
Press. A blank ends a
word.
46835
Do not use special characters such as
Ä but rather use the standard characters, e.g. A; T9 will do the rest for you.
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Additional information
0
Set a full stop. A word is concluded if it is followed by a
space. Within a word, a full
stop represents an apostrophe or hyphen:
e.g. §provider.s§ = provider’s.
E
#
*
Go to the right. Ends a word.
Press briefly:
Swap between: abc, Abc,
T9abc, T9Abc, 123. Status
shown in top line of display.
Hold down:
All input modes are displayed.
Press briefly:
Select special characters
(page 24).
Hold down:
Open input menu (page 24).
The word must be §highlighted§. Then
press
»
»
again. The displayed word
is replaced with a different
word. If this word is also
incorrect, press
again. Repeat until the
correct word is displayed.
If the word you want is not in the
dictionary, it can also be written
without T9.
™ SMS 1
748
At 8 pm we are ___
Spell
»
To add a word to the dictionary:
T9 word suggestions
§Spell§
If several options are found in the
dictionary for a key sequence
(a word), the most probable is displayed first. If the word you want
has not been recognised, the next
suggestion from T9 may be correct.
The last suggestion is deleted and
the word may now be entered without
T9 support. Press §Save§ to add it automatically to the dictionary.
Select.
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Correct a word
Text modules
Words written with T9:
Text modules can be stored in the
phone for adding to your messages
(SMS, MMS).
F
»
§Clear§
Move left or right, word
by word, until the required
word is §highlighted§.
Scroll through the T9
word suggestions again.
Deletes the character to
the left of the cursor and
displays a new possible
word!
Words not written with T9:
F
§Clear§
J
Move letter by letter to
the left/right.
Write text modules
§Menu§ K]KText modules
<New entry>
H
J
§Save§
Additional information
Within a "T9-word", individual letters may
not be edited without first removing the
T9-status. In most cases it is better to rewrite the complete word.
T9® Text Input is licensed under one or more of
the following:
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480,
5,945 928 and 6,011,554;
Canadian Pat. No. 1,331,057;
United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B;
Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329;
Republic of Singapore Pat. No. 51383;
Euro.Pat. No. 0 842 463 (96927260.8)
DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT, ES, SE, GB;
and additional patents are pending worldwide.
Write text module.
Press.
Accept the default name
or give it a new name,
then save with §OK§.
Deletes the letter to the
left of the cursor.
Letters are inserted at the
cursor position.
Select <New entry>.
Use text modules
J
Write message (SMS,
MMS).
§Options§
Open text menu.
I
I
E
§OK§
Select Text modules.
Select text module from
the list.
Confirm. The text module
is displayed.
Confirm. The text module
is inserted in the message
to the right of the cursor.
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Default book
Default book
§Menu§ KèKSelect function.
Show entries
Entries in the standard directory (Addressbook or Phonebook) are shown
for selection.
J / I Select a name with the
A
Create your own business card.
Send it as an SMS/MMS to another
GSM-phone.
If no business card has been created
yet, you will be asked for your input.
I
first letter and/or scroll.
The number is dialled.
<New entry>
Create new entry in standard
directory.
Phonebook (see page 29)
Addressbook (see page 32)
Default book
Select the Phonebook (only one
phone number possible per entry) or
the Addressbook as your standard directory (default book). Your preference should be for the Addressbook,
because more entries and functions
(e.g. pictures, birthdays, several
phone numbers per entry, etc.) are
possible.
H
E
Businesscard
Select Phonebook or
Addressbook.
Set as standard.
Groups
(see page 36)
Move from field to field
to put in your details. You
will find explanations of
these input fields on
page 32 and page 33.
Last name:
E-mail 2:
First name:
URL:
Phone:
Company:
Phone/office:
Street:
Phone/mobile:
Post code:
Fax:
City:
Fax 2:
Country:
E-mail:
Birthday:
§Save§
Press.
Additional information
The content of the business card corresponds to international standards (vCard).
·
Copy numbers from Addressbook/Phonebook.
§Options§ See Addressbook menu
(page 34).
Information numbers
(see page 30)
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Phonebook
Number:
Entries in the Phonebook (on the SIM
card) are managed separately from
those in the Addressbook. You can,
however, exchange data between
the Phonebook and the Addressbook.
Name:
<New entry>
If the Phonebook is set as standard
(Addressbook as standard, page 28):
H
Open Phonebook
(in standby mode).
N Phonebook
H
E
I
J
29
Always enter phone number with
dialling code.
Enter first and/or last names.
Group:
Phone numbers may be assigned to
the VIP group.
Location
Default: SIM
Ú
F
Select the storage
location, such as SIM or
Protected SIM (page 31).
<Special books>
Record no.:
O
Each entry is automatically assigned
a record number. You can also dial
using the record number (page 30).
Select
Select <New entry>.
Confirm.
Select input fields.
Fill in the input fields described below. The maximum number of characters
available is displayed at
the top of the screen.
F
§Save§
Change the record
number.
Press to store the new
entry.
Additional information
O Temporary swap
to Addressbook ............................page 32
§Country§ International dialling
code..............................................page 19
Text entry .....................................page 24
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<Special books>
H
Call (search for an entry)
H
Open Phonebook
(in standby mode).
J / I Select a name with the
<Special books>
Select
<Own numbers>
Enter "own" phone numbers in
Phonebook (e.g., fax) for information.
These numbers can be changed,
deleted and also sent as an SMS message.
<VIP numbers>
Assign important numbers to group.
<SIM phonebook>
Entries stored in the Phonebook on
the SIM card can also be used on other GSM phones.
<Protected SIM>
b
On special SIM cards, phone numbers
can be stored in a protected location.
PIN2 is required for editing (p. 15).
See also function Only ‚ (p. 75).
<Info numbers>
Open Phonebook.
b
There might be phone numbers
saved in your Phonebook that have
been provided by your service provider. They may be used to call local
or national information services or to
use services offered by your service
provider.
A
first letter and/or scroll.
Number is dialled.
Call using record no.
A record number is automatically assigned to every new entry in Phonebook.
J
#
A
Enter record number.
Press.
Press.
Change entry
I
E
I
J
§Save§
Select entry in Phonebook.
Confirm and select
Change.
Select input field.
Edit.
Press.
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Phonebook menu
Location
The following functions are available, depending on the current situation. Some functions may be applied
to the current entry as well as multiple highlighted entries:
An entry can be moved from one
storage location to another.
§Options§
Open menu.
View
Display entry.
Edit
Open the entry to edit.
New entry
Create new entry.
Copy into 9 Copy entry/entries to the
Addressbook.
Copy all to
9
Copy all entries to the
Addressbook.
Delete
Delete entry.
Delete all
Delete all entries after confirmation.
Mark
Activate highlighting
mode; the entry currently
selected is highlighted
(page 14).
Mark all
Activate highlighting
mode; all entries are highlighted (page 14).
Send...
(page 93)
Capacity
Display maximum and
available capacity.
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SIM (Standard)
Entries stored in the Phonebook on
the SIM card can also be used on other GSM phones.
Protected SIM
b
On special SIM cards, phone numbers can be stored in a protected location. PIN2 is required for editing
(page 15).
Activate with the function Only ‚
(page 75).
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Addressbook
Addressbook
Group
The Addressbook can store up to
500 entries, each with a variety of
telephone and fax numbers as well
as additional address details. These
entries are managed separately from
those in the Phonebook in the phone
memory. However, you can exchange data between the Addressbook and the Phonebook on the
SIM card.
<New entry>
If the Addressbook has been selected
as standard:
H
Open Addressbook
(in standby mode).
N Addressbook
H
E
Select
URL: (Internet address)
Phone/office:
Company:
Phone/mobile: Street:
Fax:
Post code:
Fax 2:
City:
E-mail:
Country:
E-mail 2:
Birthday: (page 33)
Picture
§Select§
Ú
š
Clear
J
All fields
§Select§
Confirm.
New entry
Last name:
§Smith§
First name:
Save
Enter first and/or last
name.
Make further entries field
by field.
Phone:
<New entry>
Import
Entries can be organised
by groups (page 36). Select with §Change§.
§Save§
Assign a picture to an Addressbook entry. It is displayed if you are called by
the corresponding phone
number (see page 92).
Show all input fields if
the display was previously
reduced (see page 34,
Addressbook menu, Field
setup).
Save the entry.
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Additional information
<Groups> Group functions (page 36).
Birthday After entering the date of birth,
the "reminder box" can be activated. You can now enter
the time for the reminder. The
phone will then remind you
with an accoustic tone and also with a display one day before the birthday and on the
birthday.
Copy data from another
Addressbook entry.
§Country§ Copy international dialling
code from the list (page 19).
O Temporarily switch to Phonebook.
33
Change entry
H
H
§View§
Open Addressbook
(in standby mode).
Select required entry.
Press.
N Smith, John
§Smith§,§John
¿ 055512389
v 0555987654
Edit
§Edit§
J
§Save§
Open entry.
Make changes.
§Options§ See below.
Save setting.
Right soft key:
When you jump from line to line while reading, the right soft key changes depending
on the type of data. Press this key to activate the relevant application:
§VoiceDial§ Voice dialling menu (page 35).
§Link§
Visit URL (page 58).
§Show§
Display respective picture.
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Addressbook
Call (search for an entry)
Copy to SIM
Copy entry/entries with
name and selected phone
number to SIM card.
Delete
Delete entry.
Delete all
Delete all entries after confirmation.
Mark
Switch on highlighting
mode (page 14).
Mark all
Activate highlighting mode;
all entries are highlighted
(page 14).
Filter
Display only those Addressbook entries with the
following criteria:
• Voice dialling
• E-mail
• URL
• Birthday
• Bitmap
Addressbook menu
Business
card
Define an entry as your
own business card.
Depending on the actual situation,
different functions will be offered.
These functions can be applied to
the entry currently selected as well
as to multiple selected entries:
Voice
dialling
Apply voice dialling to an
entry (page 35).
Send...
(page 93)
Capacity
Display maximum and
available capacity.
Field setup
Select visible input fields
for new entry.
H
Open Addressbook
(in standby mode).
J / I Select a name with the
A
first letter and/or scroll.
The number is dialled.
If an Addressbook entry has several
numbers stored:
N Smith, John
¿ 0555123454
v 0555987654
À 0555222345
Select
I
A
§Options§
Select phone number.
The number is dialled.
Open menu.
View
Display entry.
Edit
Open the entry to edit.
New entry
Create new entry.
Move to ...
Assign entry to a group.
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Voice dialling
Voice dialling menu
Dial numbers by voice command. Up
to 20 recorded names for voice dialling or voice commands (page 86)
can be saved on the mobile (not on
the SIM card).
Depending on the actual situation,
different functions will be offered.
Record
H
§Options§
Open menu.
Play
Play back a voice command.
New
Open Addressbook (in
standby mode).
Record a new voice command.
Delete
Delete voice command from
an entry.
first letter and/or scroll.
Delete all
After confirmation delete
all voice commands for this
entry.
J / G Select a name with the
§Options§
Open menu.
Voice dialling
Select.
I
35
Choose phone numbers,
if there are more than
one.
§Record§
Press.
§Start§
Start recording.
A short signal sounds. Now speak
the name. After a second beep
and message in the display, repeat
the name. A beep now confirms
the recording, which is saved automatically.
Apply voice dialling
G
Hold down. Start voice
dialling (in standby mode).
Now speak the name. The number is
dialled.
Additional information
Noisy environments may affect voice recognition. If attempt was unsuccessful,
press the navigation key once more and repeat the name.
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Groups
Groups
Group menu
Nine groups are specified in your
phone to enable you to arrange your
Addressbook entries clearly. You can
rename seven groups.
§Options§
Open menu.
Open
Display all members of the selected group.
§View§ Addressbook, page 33.
§Options§ See page 34.
Group
symbol
Assign a symbol to a group,
see below.
Rename
group
Change name of group.
H
Open Addressbook
(in standby mode).
<Groups> Select (the number of entries is listed behind the
group name).
N Groups
t Family
à Sports
Ä Office
Open
H
E
(5)
(23)
(11)
Options
Select group.
Open menu.
Rename group
Select and give group a
name.
Additional information
No group: Contains all Addressbook entries that do not belong to a group (name
cannot be changed).
Received: Contains vCard Addressbook
entries received by SMS (name cannot be
changed).
SMS to group ...............................page 44
Group symbol
Assign to a group a symbol that appears on the display when one of its
members calls you.
H
E
Select group.
Open menu.
Group symbol
Select.
F
Choose a symbol.
§OK§
Confirm.
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Control codes (DTMF)
You can, for example, enter control
codes (numbers) for remote access
to an automatic answering machine
while another connection exists.
These entries are transmitted directly
as DTMF codes (control codes).
y menu§
Send DTMF
Open call menu.
Select.
Use the Phonebook
Store phone numbers and control
codes (DTMF codes) in the Phonebook in the same way as a normal
entry.
J
0
J
0
J
§Save§
Enter phone number.
Press until a "+" appears
in the display (wait
for the connection to be
established).
Enter DTMF codes
(numbers).
If necessary, wait again
for three seconds at a
time for the receiver to
process the entries safely.
Enter a name.
Press.
You may also store just the DTMF
codes (numbers) and then send
them during the call.
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Records
Records
Your phone stores the phone numbers of calls for convenient redialling.
§Menu§ KZ
§Select§
I
E
I
A
Press.
b
Calls dialled
Access to the last numbers dialled.
A
Fast access in standby
mode.
Select call list.
Delete records
The records are deleted.
Confirm.
Call list menu
Select phone number.
The call list menu can be called up if
an entry is highlighted.
Dial phone number.
Or
§View§
Calls received
Accepted calls are listed.
Display information on
the phone number.
10 phone numbers can be stored in
each call list:
Calls missed
b
The phone numbers of calls that you
have received but not answered are
stored for call back purposes.
Icon for missed call (in
standby mode). Press the
left soft key.
The phone number is also displayed
if the network supports the "Caller
ID" function.
§Options§
Correct no.
Open list menu.
Load number to display
and edit there if necessary.
Save no. to d Store entry in the Addressbook/Phonebook
(see also below).
(For standard functions see page 14)
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Duration/charges
You can display charge details and
the duration of different types of
calls while you speak, as well as setting a unit limit for outgoing calls.
§Menu§ KZKDuration/charges
All outgoing calls
All incoming calls
Remaining units
Display data.
Clear display.
End display.
Charge setting
§Menu§ KZKDuration/charges
KCharge setting
Currency
(PIN2 prompt)
Enter number of units.
§OK§
Confirm.
Auto display
Call duration and call charges are automatically displayed for each call.
b
Enter the currency in which the
charge details are to be shown.
Personal rate
(PIN2 prompt)
J
Then confirm the credit or reset the
counter. The status display for prepaid cards may vary, depending on
the service provider.
Once displayed you can:
§OK§
Press, enter PIN2.
Account limit
Switch on.
Last call
§Reset§
b
Special SIM cards allow you or the
service provider to define a credit
or a period after which the phone
is barred for outgoing calls.
§Change§
Select type of call:
§Select§
Account limit
(PIN2 prompt)
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b
Enter the charges per unit/period.
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Alarm clock
Alarm clock
§Menu§ K
The alarm will ring at the time set
by you, even when the phone is
switched off. When the clamshell is
open the alarm is shown in the colour display; when the clamshell is
closed the alarm is shown on the
2nd display. If the phone has been
switched off in Aircraft mode the
alarm is only shown on that display
and is not indicated by sound or
dynamic light.
Setting
Set the time for the alarm
call (hh:mm).
§OK§
Confirm settings.
Ø Alarm clock
11:56:27
z 07:30
On/off
§On/off§
OK
Activate/deactivate the
alarm.
Additional notes
Alarm clock activated.
Alarm clock deactivated.
z
Screen display in standby
mode: Alarm clock activated.
Ø
Ö
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Voice message/mailbox
§Menu§ K]KMessage setup
KVoice message
Save call divert number
Most service providers offer a mailbox,
in which a caller may leave a voice
message for you
• if your phone is switched off or
not ready to receive,
• if you do not want to answer,
• if you are making a phone call
(and Call waiting is not activated,
page 69).
If the mailbox is not included in the
standard package, you must register
for it and, if necessary, make the adjustments manually. Depending on
the service provider the following
procedure may vary.
b
Settings
The service provider supplies you
with two phone numbers:
Save mailbox number
Call this phone number to listen to
the voice messages left for you.
§Menu§ K]KMessage setup
KVoice message
· / J Select number from Ad-
dressbook/Phonebook or
enter/ change it.
§OK§
Confirm.
Calls are diverted to this phone
number.
§Menu§ KmKPhone setupKDivert
Ke. g., All UnansweredKSet
J
§OK§
Enter phone number.
Registration with the network will be confirmed after a few seconds (for call
divert see page 69).
Listening to message
b
A new voice message can be announced as follows, depending on
the service provider:
\
Icon plus beep.
Or
…
Notification via SMS.
Or
You receive a call with an automatic
announcement.
Dial into your mailbox and listen to
your message(s).
1
Hold down (if necessary
enter mailbox number
once only). Confirm
with §OK§ and §Mailbox§ depending on your service
provider.
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SMS
SMS
§OK§
You can transmit and receive very
long messages (up to 760 characters)
on your phone. They are automatically composed of several "normal"
SMS messages (note higher charges).
Confirm. The SMS is sent to
the service centre for transmission. The sent SMS is
saved in the "Sent" list.
§OK§
Back to create a text.
Displays in the uppermost line:
Additionally you can insert pictures
and sounds in an SMS.
Depending on the service provider,
e-mails and faxes can also be sent
and e-mails received via SMS (change
setting if necessary, page 48).
Writing and sending
§Menu§ K]KNew SMS
J
A
Text input using "T9"
(page 25) allows you to
create longer messages
very quickly using just a
few key strokes.
§Clear§ Press briefly to delete letter by letter, hold
down to delete an entire
word.
Press.
· / J Dial number or select
from the Addressbook/
Phonebook.
§Groups§ SMS to group
(page 44).
™ SMS 1
We start at 8.
739
™
T9 active.
abc/Abc/
ABC/123
Switch between uppercase/letters and digits.
SMS
Display title.
1
Number of SMS messages required.
739
Number of characters still
available.
Additional information
Insert special characters...............page 24
Insert pictures & sounds ...............page 43
SMS profile...................................page 48
Message type, Validity period,
Service centre
may be requested.........................page 48
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Picture&sound
Text options
§Options§
Open text menu.
Save
Save composed text in
draft list.
Picture&sound Add pictures, animations
and sounds into message (see following text).
Text modules
Insert text module
(page 27).
Format
Line feed
Small font, Medium
font, Large font
Underline
Default alignm., Left,
Right, Centre
Mark text (highlight text
using navigation key)
Clear text
Delete the whole text.
Insert from d Insert entry from Addressbook/ Phonebook.
Send via ...
43
Select an SMS profile for
transmission (page 48).
(For standard functions see page 14)
Send pictures and sounds with or
without accompanying text.
The text input field opened ...
§Options§
I
Open menu.
Select Picture&sound.
The menu contains:
Fix animations
Fix sounds
Own animat.
Own pictures
I
E
I
Own sounds
Select section.
Confirm.
The first entry of the
selected section is
displayed.
Scroll to entry required.
For Fix animations/Fix sounds:
E
the selection is added to
the SMS.
For Own animat./Own pictures/Own
sounds:
E
E
the selection is displayed/
played back.
the selection is added to
the SMS.
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SMS
Additional information
EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service)
You can use this service to send pictures
and sounds in addition to (formatted) texts
(page 43). Playback only occurs if the destination phone supports the EMS standard.
This can result in messages that are longer
than a single SMS. If this happens the individual SMS’s are linked together into a single message.
SMS status report
If the message cannot be transmitted to the
service centre you are offered the chance
to repeat the transmission. If this also fails,
contact your service provider. The Message sent! message only indicates transmission to the service centre. This will then
attempt to relay the message within a certain period.
See also Validity period (page 48).
WAP push
This function allows you to dial an Internet
address (URL) directly from a received
SMS. The highlighted URL is displayed after the highlighting. Pressing the Call key
automatically starts the WAP browser and
dials the highlighted Internet address.
SMS to group
You can send an SMS message as
a "circular" to a recipient group.
§Options§
Open menu.
Send
Select.
§Group§
The list of groups is
displayed.
I
E
E
Select group.
Open group and select
all/individual entries
Transmission is started
after confirmation.
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Read SMS
…
Reply options
Arrival of new SMS announced on display.
_
g
Service provider
…
01.05.2004
10:10
Menu
To read the SMS press the
left soft key.
Date/time
45
01.05.2004
10:10
Tel. no./sender 55536989876
Message
Are we meeting tomorrow?
Reply
Options
I
Scroll through message
line by line.
§Reply§
See below.
§Options§
See page 47.
§Reply§
Open reply menu.
Write message
Create a new reply
text.
Edit
Edit received SMS or
add new text.
Answer is YES
Add YES to the SMS.
Answer is NO
Add NO to the SMS.
Call back
Delay
Thank you
Add a standard text as
a reply to the SMS.
When the SMS has been edited, it
can be saved or sent with §Options§.
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Phone number/URL in SMS
Phone numbers §highlighted§ in the text
can be dialled or saved in the Addressbook/Phonebook. It is also possible to select and call URLs (Internet addresses)
directly and start an HTTP download.
The HTTP profile (page 74) or WAP profile
(page 61) must be set and activated.
Press to dial phone
number/download.
A
Download ringtones and logos
You can receive links for downloading ringtones, logos, screensavers, animations
and information about applications
(page 61) with an SMS. Please highlight
this link and, by pressing the Call key A ,
start the download. Please ensure that
the HTTP profile (page 74) and the connection (page 73) are configured.
T Message memory full
If the message icon flashes the SIM memory is full. No more SMS messages can be
received. Delete or archive messages
(page 47).
Lists
All SMS messages are archived in different lists, according to their status:
Inbox
§Menu§ K]KInboxKSMS
The list of received SMS messages is
displayed.
Draft
§Menu§ K]KDraftKSMS
The list of not yet transmitted SMS
messages is displayed.
Unsent
§Menu§ K]KUnsentKSMS
The list of concatenated SMS
messages not yet completely sent
is displayed. Transmission can be
restarted.
Sent
§Menu§ K]KSentKSMS
The list of sent SMS messages is
displayed.
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SMS archive
List options
Each list offers different functions:
View
View entry.
Reply
Answer incoming SMS
messages immediately.
Mark a.unread Mark message as unread.
Save no. to d Copy a highlighted
phone number to Addressbook/Phonebook.
§Menu§ K]KSMS archive
The list of SMS messages stored in
the phone is displayed.
…\SMS archive
£ INBOX
£ DRAFT
£ UNSENT
Options
Open
Archive
Move SMS message to
archive.
Different functions are available,
depending on the context:
Send via ...
Select an SMS profile for
transmission (page 48).
Archive options
Picture&sound Save pictures or sounds
from the SMS.
(For standard functions see page 14)
See List options and Own stuff, page 92.
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SMS profiles
§Menu§ K]KMessage setup
KSMS profiles
Up to 5 SMS profiles can be set.
The transmission characteristics of
an SMS are defined in these. The
pre-setting depends on the SIM card
inserted.
H
E
Select profile.
Open menu.
Change sett.
Select.
Service
centre
Enter or change the servicecentre phone numbers as supplied by service provider.
Recipient Enter the standard recipient
for this transmission profile
or select from Addressbook/
Phonebook.
Message Manual
type
The message type is requested for each message.
Standard text
Normal SMS message.
Fax
Transmission via SMS.
E-mail
Transmission via SMS.
New
You may need to obtain the required code number from your
service provider.
Validity
period
Select the period in which the
service centre is to try to deliver the message:
Manual, 1 hour, 3 hours,
6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day,
1 week, Maximum
*) Maximum period that the
service provider permits.
Status
report
You will receive confirmation
whether delivery of a message
has been successful or unsuccessful. This service may be
subject to a charge.
L
Direct
The reply to your SMS mesreply L sage is handled via your service centre when Direct Answer
is activated (for information
please contact your service
provider).
SMS via
GPRS
Send SMS automatically by
GPRS (if available).
Requirement: GPRS is activated (page 72). Ensure that
your service provider offers
this function.
Save aft.
send
Sent SMS messages are
saved in the Sent list.
L
Activate profile
H
Select profile.
§Activate§
Press to activate profile.
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MMS
The Multimedia Messaging Service
enables you to send texts, pictures
(also photos) and sounds in a combined message to another mobile
phone or to an e-mail address. All
elements of an MMS message are
merged to form a "slide show".
Depending on your phone's settings,
you will receive either the complete
message automatically or notification that an MMS has been saved in
the network, giving sender and size
details. You may then download it to
your phone to read it.
Pictures and graphics that have been
produced with accessories such as
digital cameras can be attached in
JPEG, WBMP or GIF format. See also
Own stuff, page 92.
Music is sent and received in a
MIDI file, single tones/sounds in an
AMR file.
Navigation
I
An MMS consists of the address
header and the content.
An MMS message can consist of a
number of pages. Each page can
contain text, a picture and a sound.
Scroll line by line with the
navigation key.
§Menu§ K]KNew MMS
Ÿ MMS editor
To:
Ask your service provider whether
this service is available. You may
need to register for this service separately.
Writing/sending MMS
messages
49
Subject:
º
Options
Input fields:
· / J Phone number/
To:
e-mail address of recipient(s).
Subject:
Enter MMS heading (up to
40 characters).
Picture:
Press §Insert§. The picture
list is opened for selection
(see also Own stuff,
page 92).
Text:
Press §Edit§. Write text with
the help of T9. Text menu,
see page 51.
Texts can be written with the help of
T9 (page 25).
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Sound:
MMS
Press §Insert§.
Attach business card
Own stuff: You can now
select a stored melody
(see also page 92).
§Options§
Open menu.
Extras
Select.
Record new: Record new
tones, for sending by
MMS only (see below).
Slide duration:
Enter length of display
for individual pages
(minimum 0.1 seconds).
New recording
The phone records via its microphone.
I
·
Scroll to Business card.
Attach business card.
Attach appointment
§Options§ Open menu.
Extras
I
¤
Select.
Scroll to Appointment.
Import appointment from
calendar.
§Record§
Start recording. The
current recording duration
and available time
remaining are displayed.
Check MMS
Check the MMS message before
sending it:
§Stop§
End recording.
§Options§
§Play§
Replay recording.
§Save§
Save. To give the recording its own name, the
description §Clear§.
§OK§
Save.
Attach extra pages
§Options§
Open menu.
Open menu.
Preview slide
View a single page.
Prev. message
Play back the whole MMS
in the display. Press key to
cancel.
Send MMS
New slide Select.
§Options§
Open menu.
Additional information
§Options§ MMS main menu ..........page 51
Send
Select.
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Text options
§Options§
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Attributes
Date:, Size:, Priority: of
the MMS must be shown.
Extras
Enter other features of
MMS and attach Business card and Appointment.
Open menu.
Line feed
Start new line.
Save
Save MMS text.
Clear text
Delete the whole text.
(For standard functions see page 14)
Text
modules
Insert text module
(page 27).
Receive MMS
(For standard functions see page 14)
MMS options
Different functions are available,
depending on the context:
Insert line
Extend address field by
one line.
Insert from... Insert number from Addressbook/Phonebook
and appointments.
… / Û Indicates Recept/notification of an MMS.
_
Service provider
01.05.2004
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g
10:10
Menu
Press the left soft key to
read the MMS or notification.
Save
Store MMS in the draft list.
New slide
Insert new page behind
current one.
Depending on the setting, (page 54)
the
Delete item
Delete element on a page.
• complete MMS is received
Delete slide
Delete page currently
displayed.
• or the notification is opened. Press
§Receiving§ to receive the complete
MMS.
Preview slide Playback of complete
page.
Slide list
Display pages available
for selection.
Prev.
message
Playback of complete
MMS. Use any key to
cancel.
Press any key to break off function.
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MMS
Read MMS
§Play§
I
J
Automatic presentation
of the MMS. Use any key
to cancel.
Scroll page by page with
the navigation key.
Call up individual pages
directly by number key.
Lists
All MMS messages are saved in four
different lists:
Inbox
§Menu§ K]KInboxKMMS
Attachments
The list of MMS messages and notifications received is displayed. To receive an MMS subsequently, open
notification and press §Receiving§.
An MMS can contain several attachments.
Draft
§Options§
Open menu.
Attachments
Select.
I
Select attachment.
§Open§
The attachment is opened
with the available application.
§Save§
The attachment is saved
under a name.
Pictures and sounds
You can save pictures and sounds
individually, e.g. as a ring tone or
background. Stop the MMS by pressing any key, or alternatively scroll
through to the required page.
§Options§
Open menu.
Content
Select. Proceed as for
attachments above.
Other functions for editing MMS can be
found under §Options§.
§Menu§ K]KDraftKMMS
The list of stored drafts is displayed.
Unsent
§Menu§ K]KUnsentKMMS
The list of the MMS messages not yet
completely transmitted is displayed.
Sent
§Menu§ K]KSentKMMS
The list of sent MMS messages is
displayed.
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List options
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Content
Selection of page contents
to be archived, such as picture or sound.
Save
Store MMS in outbox list.
Different functions are available,
depending on the list/context.
View
Show MMS Info.
Play
Read MMS.
Reply
Reply to MMS immediately.
Receive
MMS
Start inward transmission of
MMS when only notification
is highlighted (page 54).
‡
Receiv.all
MMS
Start receipt of all new MMS
messages.
Ý
Forward
Forward MMS to new
recipients.
Mark
a.unread
Mark MMS as unread.
Save no. to
d
Copy phone number/e-mail
address into Addressbook/Phonebook.
Attributes
Information on MMS is
displayed:
• Sender
• Arrival time
• Subject
• Size
• Priority
Preview
slide
Play back current page.
Slide list
Display pages available for
selection.
Attachments
Open list of attachments
received.
(For standard functions see page 14)
…
MMS
new
MMS
read
MMS
new forwarded
MMS
sent
Þ
Û
Ü
MMS read and
replied
MMS read with
despatched
confirmation
Notification
unread
Notification
read
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MMS
MMS profiles
§Menu§ K]KMessage setup
KMMS profiles
A number of MMS profiles can be selected. The transmission characteristics of an MMS are defined in these.
H
E
MMS
relaysrv.
MMS relay URL, e.g.
http://www.webpage.com
IP settings
IP address:
Enter IP-address.
Port: Enter port number.
These settings can be
different from those of the
WAP browser.
Select profile.
Open menu.
Change sett.
Select.
Expiry time Select the period in which
the service centre is to try to
deliver the message:
Manual, 1 hour, 3 hours,
6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day,
1 week, Maximum*
*) Maximum period that the
service provider permits.
Default
prio.
Send priority: Medium,
High, Low
Slide
duratn
Duration of display for an
MMS page (standard requirement).
Retrieval
Receive complete MMS or
only notification of arrival.
Automatic
Receive complete MMS immediately.
Auto.homenet
Receive complete MMS immediately in home network.
Manual
Receive notification only.
ConnecSelect or set access profile
tion profile: (page 73).
Activate profile
H
Select profile.
§Activate§
Press to activate profile.
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CB services
§Menu§ K]KMessage setup
KCB services
Some service providers offer information services (info channels, Cell
Broadcast). If reception is activated,
your Topic list will supply you with
messages on the activated topics.
Receive CB
You can activate and deactivate
the CB service. If the CB service
is activated, standby time for the
phone will be reduced.
Read new CB
All unread CB messages are displayed.
Topic list
You can add topics to this personal
list from the topic index (Topic index).
10 Entries may be entered using the
channel number (ID) and, if required,
the name itself.
New topic Select.
• If no topic index (Topic index) is
available, enter a topic with its
channel number and confirm
with §OK§.
• If the topic index has already been
transmitted, select a topic and activate with §Options§.
Channel:
Select
§Options§
Open list menu.
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If a topic is selected in the list you
can view it, activate/ deactivate it,
edit it or delete it.
Auto display
CB messages are displayed in standby
mode, longer messages are scrolled
automatically. This display can be activated/deactivated for all or only new
messages.
For "full page view":
#
press, then press §View CB§.
b
Topic index
Activate/deactivate transmission of
topic index.
CB languages
Receive Cell Broadcast messages in
only one specific language or in all
languages.
Displays
p, o
…
ƒ
Topic activated/deactivated.
New messages received on
the topic.
Messages already read.
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Ring tones
Ring tones
Volume
You can set the tones to match your
needs.
I
§Menu§ K
KSelect function.
Set different volumes for types of
call/functions.
Calls
Ringer setting
On/Off
Activate/deactivate all
tones.
Beep
Reduce ring tone to a
short signal (beep).
Alarm
Alarm clock
Messages
Cell broadcast
Start melody
Additional information
* Hold down in standby mode to
switch ringtone on/off.
k
j Display: ringer off.
Display: Beep.
Silent alert
To avoid the disturbance caused by a
ringing phone, you can activate the
silent alert function as an alternative.
The silent alert can also be activated
in addition to the ring tone (e.g. in
noisy environments). This function
is deactivated when the battery is
being charged or when the phone
is connected to the Car Kit.
The silent alert is activated if the
highest volume is set for the ring
tone. This is to remind you not to
hold the phone to your ear when ringing
in order to avoid damaging your
hearing.
Select:
End melody
E
I
E
Applications
Press. The ringtone is
played.
Set volume.
Confirm.
Additional information
Please make sure you have accepted the
call before holding the phone to your ear.
This will avoid damage to your hearing from
loud ring tones.
If two independent phone numbers are
registered on your phone, you can set different volumes for them (page 77).
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Set ring tones
§Menu§ K
KSelect function.
Here you can set the ring tone separately for the call types/functions.
You can download new ringtones
from the internet via Download new.
d Call tone, Group call tones,
Other call tone, Alarm tone,
SMS/MMS tone
Here you can set the ring tone separately for the stated functions.
More tones...
Here you can set the ring tone separately for the following functions:
I
E
I
E
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Closing tone
Set signal to acknowledge closing
the clamshell.
Call screening
Only calls from numbers that are in
the Addressbook/Phonebook or in a
predefined group are signalled. Other
calls are only displayed. If you do not
accept these calls, they are diverted
to your mailbox (if set, page 69).
l
Screen display in standby
mode:
call screening is activated.
Key tones
You can set the type of acoustic key
tone:
Select:
Click or Tone or Silent
CBS tone, Start melody,
End melody, Opening tone,
Closing tone, Call screening,
Key tones, Minute beep,
Information tones
Minute beep
During a call, you will hear a beep after each minute as a reminder of the
time elapsed. The recipient does not
hear this beep.
An already assigned ring
tone is played back or the
list of possible ring tones
is displayed.
Information tones
Set service and alarm tones.
Select ringtone.
Confirm.
Opening tone
Set signal to acknowledge opening
the clamshell.
Max/Normal/Off
Set volume or deactivate
tones.
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For example the start menu appears:
Í Start menu
É
1 Homepage
2§Bookmarks§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§
3 Resume
Internet browser (WAP)
Get the latest information from the
Internet that is specifically adapted
to the display options of your phone.
In addition, you can download
games and applications to your
phone. Internet access may require
registration with the service provider.
§Menu§ KÉKSelect function.
Homepage
b
A connection is established with the
Internet provider’s portal (may be
specified/configured by default by
your service provider).
Bookmarks
List of URLs for fast access.
Internet
Select
I
§Select§
Confirm.
Start menu
Homepage
The connection to the provider's portal is set up. This
may be defined or pre-set
by your service provider.
Bookmarks
List of URLs stored in the
phone for fast access.
Resume
Call up recently visited
pages that are still in the
memory.
Inbox
Inbox for messages
from the WAP server
(WAP push).
Profiles
The list of profiles is displayed for activation/setting (page 60).
b
The browser is activated as soon as
you call up the function. (For settings
see the browser menu, Setup, Start
with..., page 60).
Select required function.
Exit browser Close browser.
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End connection
B
Hold down to close the
browser. After GPRS/CSD
lingertime (page 61) the
connection will also be
ended.
Your Internet browser is licensed by:
Reload
Reload page.
Inbox
Inbox for messages
from the WAP server
(WAP push).
Disconnect
End connection.
Save picture Save picture(s) on the page
shown.
More ...
See below.
Exit browser Close browser and clear
down connection.
Browser menu
If the browser is active, the menu
can be activated as follows:
A
Press.
G
Í
or
Confirm.
Homepage
The connection to the provider's portal is set up. This
may be defined or pre-set
by your service provider.
Bookmarks
Up to 50 URLs stored in the
phone for fast access.
Resume
Call up most recently visited page still in the memory.
Go to...
Enter URL to access WAP
page directly, e.g.
wap.siemens-mobile.com
Select from list of most
recently visited WAP
addresses.
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More ... (in menu)
Profiles
The list of profiles is displayed for activation/setting
(page 60).
Setup
Font size
Protocol parameters
• Push
• Push can force online
• Timeout for unanswered
network requests
Security
• Connection prompt
• Secure prompt
• Current certificate
• CA certificates
• Private key PINs
• Encryption
Start with...
• Start menu
• Browser menu
• Homepage
• Resume
• Bookmarks
Additional information
Í
Browser menu.
É
Offline.
Ê
Online.
Ë
GPRS Online.
Ì
No network.
special characters,
* Select
such as @, ~, \ , see page 24.
0 Press repeatedly for:
.,?!’"0-()@/:_
WAP profiles
§Menu§ KÉKInternetKProfiles
Preparation of the phone for WAP Internet access depends on the current
service provider:
• The settings have already been
implemented by the provider. You
can start immediately.
• Access profiles for a number of
providers have already been set.
Then select and activate profile.
Reset
Restart session and clear
cache.
• The access profile must be set
manually.
About
Openwave
Display browser version.
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details.
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Activate WAP profile
You can change the current profile
each time you access the Internet.
I
§Select§
Select profile.
Activate. The current
profile is selected.
Set WAP profile
Up to 5 WAP profiles can be configured (may be barred by your provider). The entries may vary depending
on the service provider:
I
Select profile.
§Edit§
Open to make settings.
Profile name
Enter/change name.
b
WAP param.
IP address: Enter IP address.
Port:
Enter port number.
Homepage: Enter homepage, if not set
by the service provider.
GPRS lingertime
CSD lingertime
Time in seconds after which
a connection should be
ended if no input or data
exchange takes place.
Connection Select or set access profile
profile:
(page 73).
§Save§
Save settings.
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Games & more
Download games and other applications. You are advised about relevant
applications on the Internet. Once you
have selected a game or application
you can start to download it immediately. Then you can use the application. Most applications include instructions.
Additional information
To download applications, the WAP profile
(page 60), HTTP profile (page 74) and access (page 73) must be configured.
Depending on your service provider, access and functionality may deviate from the
description given here.
Sounds (ringer)/
silent alert on/off ...........................page 56
Applications and games can be
found at:
wap.siemens-mobile.com
or on the Internet at:
www.siemens-mobile.com/city
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Games and applications
Receive information
Applications and links that are
already stored on the phone are
found under:
§\
If information required, say, by an
application that has already been installed, is received via SMS, the ¦
symbol appears in the display. Pressing on the left soft key starts the relevant application and the information is processed.
§ Game
¦ Application
Additional information
The following key control is used for many
games (virtual joystick):
§Menu§ KÉKGames & more
£ Download new
Options
Internet
Different functions are available depending on which entry is
highlighted:
£ Download new
§Internet§ The selected Internet
page is loaded.
§ Use game/application offline
§Select§
Runnable application can
be started immediately.
¦ Load game/application online
§Select§
Only description file;
application has still to be
loaded.
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456
789
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Games & More options
Edit and manage your applications
and folders:
Start
Start application.
Download
An application is downloaded from the Internet and installed.
New folder
Create and name new
folder.
Move
Move applications between folders.
HTTP
profile
The list of profiles is
displayed for activation/
setting (page 73).
Reinstall
Reinstall an application
(update).
More info
Download further instructions via Internet (WAP),
if available.
Details
Show details of the application/folder (name, version,
size, path, producer, date).
Sort
Set sort criteria (alphabetical, time).
(For standard functions see page 14)
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Additional information
You can use WAP to download applications (e.g.
ring tones, games, images, animations) from the
Internet. Downloading or running applications will
not affect or change the software already installed on your Java™-enabled mobile phone.
Siemens excludes all warranty and liability claims
in respect of or in connection with any applications
subsequently installed by the customer and any
software not included in the original delivery
package. This also applies to functions enabled
subsequently at the customer's instigation. The
purchaser bears sole risk for the loss of, damage
to, and any defects arising in, this device or
the applications and for any direct damage or
consequential damage of whatever nature resulting from the use of this application.
For technical reasons, such applications and subsequent enabling of certain functions are lost in
the event of the device being replaced/re-supplied and may be lost if it is repaired.
In such cases, the buyer is required to download
or release the application again. Please ensure
that your phone has Digital Rights Management
(DRM) so that individual applications downloaded
via WAP are protected from unauthorised reproduction. These applications are then exclusively
intended for your phone and cannot be transferred from this even to create a backup.
Siemens does not warranty, guarantee or accept
any liability for the customer's ability to download
or enable applications again or to do so free of
charge. Where technically possible, back up your
applications to PC using the Siemens Data
Exchange Software (page 94).
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Setup
Setup
Profile Setup
Profiles
I
E
Edit a default profile or create a new
personal profile:
Several settings can be stored in a
phone profile in order, for example,
to adapt the phone to the surrounding
level of noise.
• Five standard profiles are provided
with default settings. They can be
changed however:
Normal envi.
Quiet environ.
Noisy environ.
Carkit
Headset
• You can set two personal profiles
(<Name>).
• The special profile Aircraft mode is
permanent and cannot be changed.
§Menu§ KmKProfiles
Switch on
I
E
Select default profile or
personal profile.
Switch on profile.
Quiet environ.
Options
Select
Open menu.
Change sett.
Select.
The list of available functions is
displayed:
Ringer setting .............................. page 56
Volume ........................................ page 56
Dynamic light ............................... page 67
Brightness ................................... page 68
Silent alert.................................... page 56
Call screening.............................. page 57
Information tones......................... page 57
Key tones..................................... page 57
Illumination .................................. page 67
Big letters..................................... page 67
When you have finished setting a
function, return to the profile menu
where you can change a further setting.
Additional information
• Calling the list in standby mode:
*
½
Select profile.
E
Press briefly.
Profile list is displayed.
• The active profile is marked with ½.
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Profile options
§Options§
Open menu.
Change sett.
Change profile settings.
Copy from
Copy settings from
another profile.
Rename
Change individual profile
(except default profiles).
Carkit
If a Siemens original Car Kit
(page 102) is used, the profile is activated automatically as soon as the
phone is inserted into the cradle
(page 79).
Headset
If an original Siemens headset is
(page 102) used, the profile is activated automatically as soon as the
headset is in operation.
Aircraft mode
Sound and dynamic light for all
alarms (appointments, alarm clock)
are deactivated. Alarms are only
indicated on the display. This profile
cannot be modified. The phone will
switch off if you select this profile.
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Switch on
I
E
Scroll to Aircraft mode.
Switch on profile.
A security prompt must be
confirmed.
The phone switches itself
off automatically.
Normal mode
When you switch on your phone
again, the previously set profile will
be reactivated automatically.
Display
§Menu§ KmKDisplay
KSelect function.
Language
Set the language of the display text.
When "automatic" is set, the language of your service provider is
used. If a language that you do not
understand happens to be set, the
phone can be reset to the language
of your service provider with the following input (in standby mode):
*#0000# A
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Setup
Text input
Screensaver
See also page 25.
The screensaver shows a picture in
the 2nd display when a period set
by you has elapsed. The function
is ended by opening the clamshell.
With code protection, the PIN must
be entered when the clamshell is
opened.
T9 preferred
Activate/deactivate intelligent text
entry.
Input language
Select language for text entry. Languages with T9 support are marked
with the T9 symbol.
Enable
Activate/deactivate screensaver.
Style
Digital clock, Picture or
Animation.
Preview
Display screensaver on the
colour display.
Choose picture to be displayed
instead of the provider logo.
Timeout
Set period after which the
screensaver starts.
Colour scheme
Code
Protection
Phone-code protected termination of screensaver.
Background
Set background graphic for display.
Logo
Select colour scheme for the entire
user interface.
Activate colour scheme
I
Select colour scheme.
§Select§
Activate.
Load colour scheme
Up to three colour schemes can be
included in the selection list in places
2 to 4. See also Own stuff (page 92).
§Options§
Load
Open menu.
Select colour scheme.
Additional information
You can also receive individual logos, screensavers and animations by SMS (page 42),
MMS (page 49) or WAP (page 58). See also
My phone (page 17).
Start up animation
Select animation to be shown when
phone is switched on.
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Shut down animation
Contrast
Select animation to be shown when
phone is switched off.
Set colour display contrast.
Own greeting
Enter greeting to be displayed after
an animation when phone
is switched on.
E
J
§OK§
Switch on/off.
Press the navigation key
repeatedly to adjust up or
down.
Dynamic light
§Menu§ KmKDynamic light
KSelect function.
Delete old text and create
new text.
The dynamic light consists of 7 LEDs
at the edge of the keyboard (page 6).
Confirm changes.
It is used to indicate visually different
events and functions, as well as the
current phone status (e.g.network
searching, battery low, etc.).
Big letters
You can choose between two font
sizes for the display.
Illumination
The illumination for the colour display and the 2nd display can each be
set independently.
Colour display
Set display light brighter/darker.
The darker the setting the longer the
standby time.
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I
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Press the navigation key
repeatedly to adjust up or
down.
2nd display
Switch the display light on or off.
You can determine the visual signal
(LEDs) on the phone for certain functions and events. The LEDs then flash
in different rhythms depending on
the current function.
You can also create your own flash
rhythms.
Show light effects
This enables you to switch the visual
signal on and off centrally for all
functions and events.
Play demo
All flash rhythms are displayed in
sequence. End with §Cancel§. Show
next flash rhythm with §Next§.
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Brightness
More light...
This enables you to set the brightness for the visual signal.
Set the flash rhythm for other
functions or events:
I
E
Press the navigation key
repeatedly to adjust up or
down.
Confirm.
Incoming messages
Missed event
During sending
Opening clamshell
d Calls, Group calls, Other calls
Closing clamshell
You can assign different flash
rhythms to the relevant types of call
and to each group.
Netsearch
During call
Switch on
Select a flash rhythm to flash during
the call.
Switch off
Alarms
Select a flash rhythm to signal an
alarm or appointment.
Screensaver
Low battery
Charging
Special case Low battery:
Only one flash rhythm can be switched on
or off for that event. When it is switched on,
low battery is indicated by the top two LEDs
flashing slowly. When battery is low, also
for other events no other flash rhythm can
flash.
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Call setup
Set up call divert (example):
§Menu§ KmKCall setup
KSelect function.
Hide ID
The most common condition for call
divert is, for example:
b
When you make a call, your phone
number can be displayed on the
recipient's display (depending on
the service providers).
To suppress this display, you can
enable the "Hide ID" mode for all subsequent calls or just for the next call.
You may need to register separately
with your service provider for these
functions.
Call waiting
69
b
If you are registered for this service,
you can check whether it is set and
you can activate/deactivate it (see
also page 22).
All Unanswered
I
E
Set
J
Select All Unanswered.
(Includes the conditions
Not reachable, No reply,
Busy, see below)
Press.
Select.
Enter the phone number
to which the caller will
be diverted (If not already
entered)
Or
·
§OK§
Divert
You can specify when calls should
be diverted to your mailbox or other
numbers.
b
Select this phone number
from the Addressbook/
Phonebook or via §Mailbox§.
Confirm. After a short
pause, the setting is confirmed by the network.
All calls
All calls are diverted.
n
b
Symbol in the top line of
the display in standby
mode.
Not reachable
Divert occurs if phone is switched off
or is out of range.
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No reply
A call is only diverted after a delay
that is determined by the network.
The period can be set to a maximum
of 30 seconds in 5 second intervals.
Busy
Divert occurs if a call is in progress.
If Call waiting is activated (page 69),
you will hear the call waiting tone
during a call.
Status check
You can check the current divert status for all conditions.
After a short pause, the current situation is transmitted by the network
and displayed.
p
o
s
Condition set.
Not set.
Display if status is
unknown (e.g. with
a new SIM card).
Clear all
All set diverts are cleared.
b
Additional information
Note that the divert is stored in the network
and not in the phone (e. g., when the SIM
card is changed).
Check condition or delete it
First select the condition.
§Select§
Press.
Check status
Select.
Or
Delete
Select.
Reactivate divert
The last divert has been stored. Proceed as
with "Set divert". The stored phone number
is displayed. Confirm phone number.
Edit phone number
Proceed as with "Set divert". When the
stored number is displayed:
§Delete§
Press. The phone number is
deleted.
Enter new number and confirm.
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§Menu§ KmKPhone setup
KSelect function.
Clamshell
Set to allow calls to be answered by
opening clamshell.
I
E
Select Auto answer.
Switch on or off.
Minute beep
During a call, you will hear a beep
after each minute as a reminder of
the time elapsed. The recipient does
not hear this beep.
Clock
§Menu§ KmKClock
KSelect function.
Time/date
Additional information
If the battery is removed for longer than
30 seconds, the clock will be reset.
Setting date format:
DD:
Day (2-digit)
MM:
Month (2-digit)
YYYY: Year (4-digit)
Time zones
Set the time zone for your area.
I
Select the required time
zone from list ...
§Set§
... and set.
§Options§
Open menu.
Set
Set the timezone.
Rename
Assign a new name to time
zone.
DST
Activate/deactivate daylight
saving. When daylight saving is activated a sun icon
appears on the display.
Auto timezoneL
The time zone is switched
automatically to local time
by the network.
View
Display the selected time
zone with name and date.
The clock must be set to the right
time once at start-up.
§Change§
J
Press.
First enter the date
(day/month/year), then
the time (12 hours,
including seconds).
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§Menu§ KmKClock
KSelect function.
Date format
Connectivity
§Menu§ KmKConnectivity
KSelect function.
DD.MM.YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY
GPRS
Time format
(General Packet Radio Service)
Select 24h or 12h.
GPRS is a new method for transmitting data faster in the mobile network. Use GPRS and if the network
has sufficient capacity, you can be
connected to the Internet permanently. Only the actual transmission
time is charged by the network operator. Some service providers do not
yet support this service.
Show clock
Activate/deactivate time display in
standby mode.
Buddhist year
Switch to the Buddhist year (not on
all phone models).
Automatic switch off
The phone switches off each day at
the set time.
Activate:
§Time§
J
§OK§
Shown in display:
Activated and available.
Press.
Enter time
(24-hour-clock).
©
Deactivate:
§Manual§ Press.
§OK§
§Yes§ / §No§ Switch GPRS function
on/off.
«
ª
Confirm.
Confirm.
b
Registered.
Connection briefly lost.
Download.
GPRS info
Display of information on connection
status.
Authentication
E
Activate or deactivate
encrypted WAP dial-up
(CSD connections only).
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§Menu§ KmKConnectivity
KSelect function.
Data services
For the MMS, WAP and HTTP applications at least one connection profile
must be set up and activated.
The default for the phone depends
on each service provider:
• The settings have already been
implemented by the provider. You
can start immediately.
• Access profiles have already been
created by your provider. Then
select and activate profile.
• The access profiles must be configured manually.
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details. Current settings
for each service provider may be
found in the Internet under
www.siemens-mobile.com/customercare
in the FAQ section.
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E
Select profile.
Open menu.
Change sett.
Press, then:
73
For CSD (Circuit Switched Data)
CSD settings
Select.
If it has not been preconfigured,
enter the data or enter the required
settings (your service provider will
supply you with information on this):
E
Press.
Dial-up
number
Enter ISP number.
Call type:
Select ISDN/analogue.
Login name: Enter login name.
Password:
Enter password (shown as
a series of asterisks).
DNS1 /
DNS 2:
(optional).
§Save§
Save settings.
For GPRS
(General Packet Radio Service)
GPRS settings
Select.
You can activate GPRS for the profile
and change the settings here. You
can only start to use GPRS once you
have activated GPRS on your phone
(page 72).
E
Press.
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APN:
Enter service provider
address.
Login name:
Enter login name.
Password:
Enter password (shown
as a series of asterisks).
DNS1 /
DNS 2:
(optional).
§Save§
Save settings.
§Menu§ KmKConnectivity
KSelect function.
HTTP profile
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Select profile.
Fax/data
Fax/data mode using a PC
With the phone and a connected PC,
you can transmit and receive faxes
and data. Appropriate software for
fax and data communication must
be available on your PC and there
must be a connection to the phone.
Fax and data services must be enabled by the service provider. There
are variations in fax and data reception, depending on the network.
Please ask your service provider
about this.
E
Set the required mode.
Send voice/fax
b
Set this function on the phone before
transmission so that you can switch
from voice mode to fax mode.
While the connection is being set up,
the following function is available
for two seconds:
§Voice/fx§
Switch to Send voice/fax
mode; you may now send
a fax.
Rec voice/fax
(Only if no special fax or data number
is available).
Start the required communication
program on your PC and select the
function on the phone during the call
(the PC will take over the connection).
End transmission
End transmission with PC software
and/or press B.
b
Rec fax/data
Your service provider has given you
a number for telephoning and a fax/
data number.
The call is signalled by a special ringtone and the type of call (fax or data)
is displayed.
Now start the communication program in your PC to receive the fax/
data.
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Security
Codes
§Menu§ KmKSecurity
KSelect function
PIN control, Change PIN, Change PIN2,
Change phonecode, (page 15).
The phone and SIM card are protected
against misuse by several security
codes.
Direct call
(Phone-code protected)
Only one phone number can be
dialled. To do this hold down the right
soft key (page 23).
Only ‚
(PIN2 protected)
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b
This SIM only
(Phone-code protected)
b
The phone can be connected to a
SIM card when the phone code is
entered. Unless the phone code is
known the phone will not operate
with a different SIM card.
If the phone is to be used with a
different SIM card, enter the phone
code when requested.
Barrings
b
Dialling options are restricted to SIMprotected phone numbers in the
Phonebook. If only area codes are
entered, relevant phone numbers
can be added to these manually
before dialling.
Barring restricts the use of your SIM
card (this is not supported by all service providers). You need a 4-digit
password which your service provider
will give you. You may need to be
registered separately for each barring.
If the SIM card does not support PIN2
input, the whole Phonebook can be
protected with the phone code.
All outgoing
All outgoing calls except emergency
numbers are barred.
Last 10 only
(Phone-code protected)
b
Only phone numbers from the call
list of "dialled numbers" (page 38)
can be dialled. This list can be filled
with phone numbers specifically for
this purpose.
First delete the call list, then create
"new entries" by dialling phone numbers and cancelling before the connection is established.
Outgo internat
(International outgoing)
Only national calls can be made.
Out.int.x home
(International outgoing without
home country)
International calls are not permitted.
However you can make calls to your
home country when abroad.
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All incoming
§Menu§ KmKSecurity
KSelect function
The phone is barred for all incoming
calls (forwarding of all calls to mailbox provides a similar effect).
Phone identity
When roaming
You do not receive calls when you
are outside your home network. This
means that no charges are incurred
for incoming calls.
Alternative input in standby mode:
*#06#
Status check
The following information can be
displayed after a status check:
p
o
s
Barring set.
Barring not set.
Status unknown
(e.g. new SIM card).
Clear all
All barrings are deleted. A password
which the service provider will give
you is needed for this function.
The phone identity number (IMEI)
is displayed. This information may
be useful for customer service.
Software version
Display the software version for your phone
in standby mode:
# 0 6 #, then press §Info§.
*
File system
Format
The file system memory (p. 92) is
formatted and all data that has been
saved is deleted, including e.g. ringtones, images, games etc.
Clean up
The file system is defragmented.
Master reset
The phone is reset to the default values (factory setting) (does not apply
to SIM card or network settings).
Alternative input in standby mode:
*#9999#A
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Network
Network info
§Menu§ KmKNetwork
KSelect function
The list of GSM networks currently
available is displayed.
b
Line
This function is only displayed if it is
supported by the service provider.
Two separate phone numbers must be
registered on the phone.
Select line
Select the currently used phone
number.
‘
77
Display current phone
number.
Protect selection
(Phone-code protected)
You may limit usage to one phone
number.
Additional information
Special settings may be made for each
phone number (e.g., ring tones, call divert
etc.) To do this, first switch to the required
phone number. Change phone number/
connection in standby mode:
0
Press.
§Line 1§
Press.
²
Indicates forbidden
service providers
(depending on SIM card).
Auto network selection
Activate/deactivate, see Choose network below. If "Automatic network" is
activated, the next network on the
list is dialled in ranking order of your
"preferred networks". Alternatively
select a different network manually
from the list of the available GSM
networks.
Choose network
Network search is restarted. This is
useful if you are not on your home
network or want to register on a
different network. The network list
is rebuilt when Auto network is set.
Preferred network
Enter your preferred service providers
here for when you leave your home
network (e.g. if there are differences
in price).
Your service provider is displayed:
§List§
Display list of preferred
networks.
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Create new entry:
• Select empty line, press §Entry§,
then select another entry from the
list of service providers and confirm.
Change/delete entry:
• Select entry, press §Change§, then
select another entry from the list
of service providers and confirm or
press §Clear§.
Additional information
If you are outside your home network, your
phone automatically dials another GSM
network.
If the signal strength of the preferred network is inadequate when you switch on the
phone, the phone may register in a different
network. This can change when the telephone is next switched on or if another network is selected manually.
Band selection
b
Select either GSM 900, GSM 1800 or
GSM 1900.
Fast search
When this function is active, network
reconnection is speeded up (and
standby time is reduced).
§Menu§ KmKNetwork
KSelect function.
User group
b
Depending on service provider, you
can create groups with this service.
These can have access to internal
(company) information, for example,
or special tariffs apply. The details
can be clarified with your service
provider.
Active
Activate/deactivate function. "User
group" must be deactivated for normal
phone use (phone code, page 15).
Select group
You can select or add groups other
than preferred groups (see below).
Code numbers for the groups are
obtained from your service provider.
Outgo. access
In addition to network control for a
user group, it is possible to set
whether outgoing calls outside the
group are permitted. If the function
is deactivated, only calls within the
group are permitted.
Preferred group
If activated, only calls within this
standard user group can be made
(depending on the network configuration).
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Accessories
Headset
Carkit
Only in conjunction with an original
Siemens headset (page 102). The
profile is automatically activated
when headset is plugged in.
§Menu§ KmKAccessories
KSelect function.
Only in combination with an original
Siemens handsfree Car Kit (page 102).
The profile is activated automatically
as soon as the phone is inserted into
the cradle.
Auto answer
(Factory default: off)
Calls are accepted automatically
after a few seconds. Eavesdropping
is possible!
±
Shown on the display.
Automatic settings:
• Permanent illumination: switched
on.
• Key lock: switched off.
• Charging the phone battery.
• Auto. activation of the Car Kit profile when phone is inserted in
cradle.
Auto answer
(Factory default: off)
Calls are accepted automatically
after a few seconds (except where
the ringer is switched off or set to
beep). You should therefore be
wearing the headset. Eavesdropping
is possible!
Automatic setting
Accept call with Call key or PTT key
(Push To Talk), even when the keylock is activated.
Auto answer
If you do not notice that you phone has
accepted a call, there is the danger that
the caller may eavesdrop.
Closing the clamshell
In conjunction with a Car Kit or a headset
dialling or incomming calls will not be cancelled by closing the clamshell.
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Extras
Agenda
Note
Depending on your service provider, the
menu Extras may also include Internet
and Games & more. See the Surf & fun
(page 58) column for further functions.
§Agenda§
Tue 05.10.04
<New entry>
i 20:00 Cinema
i 13:00 Garage
Organiser
View
Calendar
§Menu§ K KOrganiserKCalendar
You can enter appointments in the
calendar. Time and date must be set
for the calendar to work correctly
(page 71).
Monthly overview
Tu
Oct 2004
Info
F
I
Call up from the monthly
overview.
Agenda
Page between days.
Press briefly to page between weeks, hold down
to page between months.
Calendar days in bold face
indicate appointments on
this day.
w
v
Options
Appointments for each individual
day are shown in the agenda in
chronological order.
§Options§
See page 82.
Appointments
§Menu§ K KOrganiser
KAppointments
All appointment entries are displayed
in chronological order. If an alarm is
missed it appears in the list of missed
appointments (page 83).
Enter new appointment
E
Type:
§Change§
Press.
Press repeatedly to select
the required type:
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Memo
v
Call
w
{
È
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Birthday
or
§Change§
Activate alarm.
Enter start time of
the alarm before the
appointment.
Select from:
Minutes, Hours, Days.
Forever, Until, Occurrences
(number)
If Weekly is selected, certain weekdays can be
highlighted.
Enter name and date.
Then make further entries
field by field.
No, Daily, Weekly, Monthly,
Annual.
Enter a parameter for repeating:
Anniversary
Time:
Time of appointment.
§Change§
§Change§
Text input for description.
Date:
Date of appointment.
J
Select a timeframe for
repeating the appointment:
Meeting
Description:
Description of what the appointment
involves.
Alarm:
§ON§
Reoccurrence:
Text input for description.
Enter phone number.
Shown with alarm.
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§Save§
Save the appointment.
The alarm is automatically
activated.
Alarm
When the set date and time are
reached there is an audible and a
visual alarm. If an alarm is missed
it appears in the list of missed
appointments (page 83).
Alarm type Memo/Meeting: the text is
shown in the display.
Alarm type Call: The phone number
is displayed and can be dialled immediately.
Alarm type Birthday and Anniversary:
you will be notified one day before
the event and on the birthday/ anniversary itself.
§Pause§
The alarm stops for
5 minutes.
§Off§
The alarm is stopped.
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Additional information
Alarms set are shown in the display as
follows:
Ö Alarm clock.
Ø Appointments.
An alarm sounds even when the phone is
switched off (the phone does not switch to
standby mode). To deactivate it press any
key.
Set alarm tone..............................page 56
Clock ............................................page 71
Additional information
For additional calendar settings, see below
under Calendar setup (page 84).
Appointment with alarm actii
vated.
j
Appointment with alarm deactivated.
Appointment with repeated
ë
alarm activated.
ê
Appointment with repeated
alarm deactivated.
Agenda/appointments options
Notes
§Menu§ K KOrganiserKNotes
§Options§
Open menu.
Different functions are provided, depending on the calendar item selected or the current organiser function:
Activate/
Deactivate
Switch alarm on/off.
Filter
Select feature:
Memo, Call, Meeting,
Birthday, All.
All entries with the selected
feature are displayed.
Delete until
Delete all entries prior to
a certain date.
(For standard functions see page 14)
Use your phone as a notepad.
ç Notes
<New entry>
Shopping list
Flight number
Select
New entry
E
J
Press.
Enter text, up to
150 characters.
§Options§
Open menu.
Save
Store entry.
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Text entry options
§Options§
Open menu.
Line feed
Enter line break.
Clear text
Delete note.
(For standard functions see page 14)
View entry
I
Select entry.
§View§
Open note.
Notes list options
§Options§ Open menu.
Confidential Protect note with phone
code (see also "Additional
information").
(For standard functions see page 14)
Additional information
Protect confidential data using a phone
code (page 75). Please note that it is possible for confidential notes to be read from the
phone when connected to a PC.
We recommend that you do not store any
passwords (PIN, TAN etc.) as notes.
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Missed appointments
§Menu§ K KOrganiser
KMissed alarms
Events with an alarm to which you
have not reacted are listed for reading.
Y Missed alarms
j 03.10
21:15 w
j 05.10
12:30
u
j 05.10
18:00
v
View
Options
In addition, when the clamshell is
closed missed appointments are
shown on the 2nd display.
Missed alarms Options
§Options§ Open menu.
(For standard functions see page 14)
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Time zones
Set the time zone for your area.
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Select the required time
zone from list ...
§Set§
… and set it.
§Options§
Open menu.
Set
Set the timezone.
Rename
Assign a new name to time
zone.
DST
Activate/deactivate daylight
saving. If summertime is
activated, a sun is shown
on the display.
Auto timezoneL
The time zone is switched
automatically to local time
by the network.
View
Display the selected time
zone with name and date.
Calendar setup
§Menu§ K KOrganiser
KCalendar setup
Begin of week
You can set which weekday is listed
first on the left in the monthly and
weekly overviews.
Calculator
§Menu§ K
KCalculator
J
Enter number
(up to 8 digits).
§.§=§+§-§*§/§
Select calculator function.
J
#
Repeat procedure with
other numbers.
Result is displayed.
Calculator functions
§.§=§+§-§*§/§ Press right soft key repeatedly.
±
Toggle between "+" and "–".
%
Convert to percentage.
Ï
Save the number displayed.
Ð
Retrieve the number saved.
e
Exponent (max. two digits).
Special keys:
Set decimal point.
Add (press down).
*
0
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Currency converter
Stopwatch
Calculate the exchange rates. You
can enter three currencies.
Two intermediate times can be
recorded and saved.
§Menu§ K
KCurrency converter
If no currency has yet been entered,
press §OK§ for the first input.
Otherwise:
§Options§ Open menu.
New entry Select and enter symbols
for the currencies.
§OK§
J
§Select§
#
#
*
KStopwatch
Start/stop.
Intermediate time.
§Start§
Start stopwatch.
§Reset§
Reset.
Confirm.
Stopwatch Options
Enter exchange rate.
Save with §Options§ and
§OK§.
§Options§
Convert
Any combination of calculations
can then be carried out between the
currencies entered.
I
§Menu§ K
Select a currency combination.
Confirm and enter
amount (up to 12 digits).
Result is displayed.
§Repeat§ Another conversion using different data.
Calculator functions
§.§=§
Press right soft key
repeatedly.
Ð
Retrieve a saved number
from the calculator.
85
Open menu.
Save
Save recorded time(s) and
assign a name.
Reset
Reset stopwatch.
Stopwatch
list
Display the stored times.
View Display the stored
times and intermediate
times.
Rename Rename stored
entry.
Delete Delete entry.
Delete all Delete list.
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Countdown
§Menu§ K
KCountdown
A set time elapses. The last 3 seconds
are indicated by a beep. At the end a
special beep sounds.
§Set§
Set period of time.
§Start§
Start counter.
§Stop§
Interrupt counter.
§Change§
Change period of time.
§Reset§
Reset counter to starting
time.
Voice command
§Menu§ K
KVoice command
Functions can be started by a voice
command. Up to 20 voice recordings
can be saved in the phone for voice
dialling or voice commands (not on
SIM card!).
Record
§Menu§ K KVoice command
A list with the functions available is
displayed.
I
Select a function.
§Record§
Press.
§Yes§
Confirm selected function.
§Start§
Start recording.
A short signal sounds. Now say the
command corresponding to the
function and repeat it when prompted.
Apply
G
Hold down (in standby
mode).
A short signal (beep) sounds and a
prompt appears in the display. Now
say the function.
Additional information
Noisy environments may affect voice
recognition.
Voice command options
§Options§
Open menu.
Playing
Play back the recording belonging to the entry.
New
sample
Start new recording for an
entry.
(For standard functions see page 14)
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Camera (Accessories)
Picture
You can use the phone to immediately view, save and send photos
by MMS that you have taken with
the "QuickPic" camera (page 103).
A flashlight is integrated into the
camera.
A shot (especially in high resolution)
requires a few seconds to be
processed.
§Take§
Pictures can be taken in two different formats:
• Low resolution:
QQVGA 160x120 pixels, memory
size up to 6KB for sending as an
MMS image (page 88, page 49).
• High resolution:
VGA 640x480 pixels, memory
size of one picture up to 40 KB –
e. g. for further editing on PC.
To allow the picture to be viewed
on the phone display, a QQVGA
picture is created for every
VGA picture.
§Camera§
Or
§Menu§ K
Press (in standby mode).
KCamera
First the number of shots still available is shown (depends on resolution
chosen).
§OK§
Confirm.
The last picture taken is shown.
I
Scroll through photos.
Press. You will hear an advisory tone when the exposure time has expired.
The photo is shown on
the display and saved automatically.
Flashlight
Switch on flashlight first:
§Options§ Open menu.
Use flash Select.
Then take photo with flashlight:
§Load 7§ Press briefly. The flashlight is charged (battery
capacity at least approx.
30 %).
§Take§
Press. The photo is taken
with the flash. You will
hear an advisory tone
when the exposure time
has expired. The photo is
shown on the display and
saved automatically.
Additional notes
Photograph without flash when the function
Use flash is switched on:
§Load 7§ Hold down: The charging
process for the flashlight is
omitted and a shot is taken immediately without flashlight.
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Sending a photo by MMS
Camera menu
You can easily send a photo as an
MMS immediately after taking it.
§Options§
§Options§
Use flash
Use flashlight (only when
camera is plugged in)
Full
screen
Switch to full screen mode.
Delete
Delete current picture after
confirmation.
Delete all
Delete all pictures after
confirmation.
Send via
MMS
Sending a photo by MMS
(low resolution only).
number /e-mail address of
the recipient/s.
Info
Display number of shots still
available.
Title of the MMS (maximum of 40 characters).
Setup
Set resolution:
Low
High & Low
Set display:
Always use full screen?
Yes or No.
Open menu.
Send via MMS
Select.
§Select§
Press and select the
desired resolution.
§Skip§
Press to skip recording
a melody (page 50).
The MMS Editor starts. Simply complete the following input fields:
To:
Subject:
Open menu.
· / J Telephone
The MMS is now ready to send:
§Options§
Open menu.
Send
Select.
Additional notes
Toggle between reduced/full
#
screen.
Switch on display illumination
*
with or any number key.
If the memory is full or the camera is not
attached:
§Delete§
Delete photo currently shown.
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SIM services (optional)
§Menu§ K
KSIM services
Your service provider may offer special applications such as mobile
banking, share prices, etc. via the
SIM card.
If you have such a SIM card, the
SIM services will appear in the main
menu under "Extras" or directly
above the left soft key.
}
Symbol for SIM services.
Where there are several applications,
these are displayed in a SIM services
menu.
With the SIM services menu, your
phone is ready to support future additions in your service provider's user
package. For further information,
please contact your service provider.
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Fast access key
Fast access key
The left soft key and the number
keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling numbers)
can each be assigned an important
phone number or a function. The
phone number can then be dialled or
the function started at the touch of
a button.
Additional information
The left soft key may be preconfigured by
the service provider (e.g. access to 'SIM
Services' or direct access to the Internet
portal). It may not be possible to modify this
key assignment.
The left soft key may also sometimes be
replaced automatically by … / \ to
access a new message.
Key assignments available
(for example):
Internet (WAP) .............................page 58
Phone number..............................page 32
Alarm clock...................................page 40
New SMS .....................................page 42
Illumination ...................................page 67
Hide ID .........................................page 69
Calls missed.................................page 38
Calls received...............................page 38
Own stuff ......................................page 92
Left soft key
Assign a function/phone number to
the left soft key for fast access.
Change
_
g
Service provider
01.05.2004
10:10
New SMS
Menu
§New SMS§ Press briefly.
§Change§
Scroll to application in
the list.
• Assign a new application (e.g.,
Internet) to the soft key.
• Special case Phone number. Pick
out a name from the Addressbook/Phonebook (e.g., "Carol")
to assign to the soft key.
§Select§
Confirm setting.
Apply
The setting "Carol" is used here only
as an example.
§Carol§
Hold down.
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Speed dialling keys
Apply
Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as
speed dialling numbers for fast access. For available key assignments
see page 90. Number key 1 is reserved for the mailbox number
(page 41).
Select a stored phone number or
start a stored application (e.g. New
SMS).
Change
The assignment of the number key 3
is displayed above the right soft key
e. g.:
In standby mode:
J
§Set§
Press a number key (2– 9).
If the key is not yet assigned:
Press.
Or
§New SMS§ Press briefly (if New SMS is
assigned, for example).
§Change§
Scroll to application in the
list.
Special case Phone number.
Pick out a name from the
Addressbook/Phonebook
for assignment to the key.
Special case Bookmarks.
Scroll to a URL in the
bookmark list for assignment to the key.
§Select§
Confirm setting.
In standby mode:
3
Press briefly.
§New SMS§ Press down.
Or simply
3
Hold down.
Menu speed dialling
All menu functions are numbered internally. A function may be selected
directly by entering these numbers
in sequence.
Example:
§Menu§
2
1
Press.
for Records
for Calls missed
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Own stuff
Own stuff
The following folders are also included in Sounds or Pictures:
The following folders are provided or
organising your files: Pictures,
Sounds, Colour scheme, Data inbox.
DownThis enables you to download
load new new files from the Internet.
§Menu§ KÑ
Record
new
This enables you to record
your own ringtones
(in Sounds folder only).
You can scroll through these lists using the navigation key:
EMS
Files that can be received per
SMS/MMS.
Files and folders are displayed.
I
D
E
scroll up and down.
Own stuff menu
jump back from a folder.
§Options§
Open folder or execute
file using related application
Open
Open folder.
Delete
Delete current entry.
Delete all
Delete all entries.
Rename
Rename highlighted entry.
Index structure
The file system assigns special folders to different data types.
Folders
Contents
Pictures
Images, Animations, *.bmp
Camera photos
*.bmx
(page 87)
*.bmz
*.gif
*.jpg
*.jpeg
*.png
Format
Sounds
Ring tones, melodies, sounds
*.amr
*.mid
*.wav
Colour
scheme
Colour schemes
*.col
Data
inbox
Business cards,
appointments
*.vcf
*.vcs
Open menu.
Send via... Send highlighted entry.
Attributes Display information on file or
folder selected.
Capacity
Display the capacity used
and available.
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Send via...
The phone provides you with several
methods for sending texts and data
via different transmission routes. Access to these functions is available in
the option menu of the relevant application. These menu items can vary
depending on the application.
Send via... KVia SMS
Phonebook and Addressbook entries
as well as appointments can be sent
as an SMS to other suitable mobile
phones.
With larger items, several SMS messages may be generated and sent as
a concatenated message.
Send via... KSMS as text
Business cards, Addressbook entries
or appointments can be sent as text
messages by SMS (this may result in
several being generated).
Send via... KVia MMS
The MMS address field is opened.
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PC Software (Data Exchange Software / GPRS Modem Assistant)
PC Software (Data Exchange Software /
GPRS Modem Assistant)
By using Data Exchange Software
and GRPS Modem Assistant from Siemens, you extend functionality of
your mobile phone together with a
Windows® PC. To benefit from these
PC-Tools, your mobile and PC are
connected to each other by a data
cable (Accessories, page 103). To
ensure perfect data transmission it is
necessary to close all running applications on phone side, and make
certain that no call disturbs data
exchange.
Data Exchange Software and GPRS
Modem Assistant can be downloaded from Internet:
www.siemens-mobile.com/cf62
Data Exchange Software (DES)
The Data Exchange Software collaborates with Windows® Explorer like
an extra drive and mirrors contents
of phone's file system (page 92).
You can access phone data from PC
applications and synchronise files
from your PC by simple drag & drop.
GPRS Modem Assistant
If you want to use your mobile
phone as GPRS modem, start the
GPRS Modem Assistant application
at your PC and get connected to Internet easily. All configurations for
your provider are pre-configured, so
you have just to choose from a list to
get connected – wherever you are.
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Questions & Answers
If you have any questions on the use of your phone, you can contact us at
www.siemens-mobile.com/customercare around the clock. As further help we have
listed below some frequently asked questions and answers.
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solution
Phone cannot be
switched on.
On/Off key not pressed long
enough.
Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
Flat battery.
Charge battery. Check charging indicator in the
display.
Battery contacts dirty.
Clean contacts.
See also below under
"Charging error".
Too little standby
time.
Charging error
(charge icon not
displayed).
SIM error.
Frequent use of organiser and Restrict use if necessary.
games.
Fast search activated.
Deactivate fast search (page 78).
Display illumination on.
Switch off display illumination (page 67).
Unintentional keystrokes
(illumination!).
Close clamshell (page 7).
Battery totally discharged.
1) Plug in charger cable, battery is on charge.
2) Charge icon appears after approx. 2 hours.
3) Charge battery.
Temperature out of range:
+5 °C to +40 °C.
Make sure the ambient temperature is right, wait for a
while, then recharge.
Contact problem.
Check power supply and connection to the phone.
Check battery contacts and phone connection socket,
clean them if necessary, then insert battery again.
No mains voltage.
Use different mains power socket, check mains
voltage.
Wrong charger.
Only use original Siemens accessories.
Battery faulty.
Replace battery.
SIM card not inserted correctly. Check that the SIM card is inserted correctly (page 9).
Dirty SIM card contacts.
Clean SIM card with a dry cloth.
SIM card with wrong voltage.
Use 3V SIM cards only.
SIM card damaged
(e.g. broken).
Carry out a visual check. Change SIM card at service
provider.
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Questions & Answers
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solution
No network
connection.
Weak signal.
Move higher, to a window or an open space.
Phone loses
network.
Outside GSM range.
Check service provider's coverage area.
Invalid SIM card.
Complain to the service provider.
New network not authorised.
Try manual selection or select a different network
(page 77).
Network call barring is set.
Check network barrings (page 75).
Network overloaded.
Try again later.
Signal too weak.
Reconnection to another service provider is automatic
(page 77). Switching phone off and on again can
speed this up.
Calls not possible. Second line set.
Set first line ‘ (page 77).
New SIM card inserted.
Check for new barrings.
Charge limit reached.
Reset limit with PIN 2 (page 39).
Credit used up.
Load credit.
Certain uses
of phone not
possible.
Call restrictions are in place.
Barrings can be set by service provider.
Check barrings (page 75).
Impossible to
make entries in
Phonebook.
Phonebook is full.
Delete entries in Phonebook or transfer to Addressbook (page 29).
Voice message
not functioning.
Call divert to mailbox not set.
Set call divert to mailbox (page 69).
SMS memory is full.
SMS (text message) T flashing.
To free up capacity, delete (page 47) or file (page 47)
messages (SMS).
Function cannot
be set.
Not supported by service provider or registration required.
Contact your service provider.
Capacity problems with, for example, Games &
More, ringtones,
pictures, SMS
archive.
Phone memory full.
Delete files in the relevant areas.
No WAP access,
downloading not
possible.
Profile not activated, profile
settings wrong/incomplete.
Activate (page 61), set (page 61) WAP profile or set
HTTP profile (page 74). If necessary ask your service
provider.
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Problem
Possible causes
Text message
cannot be sent.
Service provider does not sup- Contact your service provider.
port this service.
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Possible solution
Phone number for service cen- Set service centre (page 48).
tre not set or incorrect.
SIM card contract does not
support this service.
Contact your service provider.
Service centre too busy.
Repeat message.
Recipient does not have a com- Check.
patible phone.
EMS pictures &
Destination phone does not
sounds are not dis- support the EMS standard.
played on the destination phone
No Internet access possible.
Incorrect WAP profile set, or
wrong or incomplete settings.
Check settings or contact your service provider.
PIN error/
PIN2 error.
Three wrong entries.
Enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) supplied with the SIM
card according to the instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, please contact your service
provider.
Phone code error. Three wrong entries.
Contact Siemens Service (page 98).
Service provider
Code error.
Contact your service provider.
No authorisation for this service.
Too few/too many Functions may have been add- Check with your service provider.
menu entries.
ed or deleted by the service
provider via the SIM card.
No fax possible.
Charge meter
does not work.
Wrong settings in the PC.
Check settings (page 74).
No authorisation for this
service.
Contact your service provider.
Charge pulse is not transmitted.
Contact your service provider.
Damage
Severe shock.
Remove battery and SIM and re-insert them. Do not dismantle the phone!
Phone became
wet.
Remove battery and SIM. Dry immediately with a cloth, but do not apply heat. Dry connector contacts thoroughly. Stand mobile upright in an air current. Do not dismantle the
phone!
Reset all settings to factory default (page 76):
*#9999#A
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Customer Care
Customer Care
We offer fast, individual advice! You have
several options:
Our online support on the Internet:
www.siemens-mobile.com/customercare
We can be reached any time, any place.
You are given 24 hour support on all aspects of our products. Here you will find an
interactive fault-finding system, a compilation of the most frequently asked questions and answers, plus user guides and
current software updates to download.
You will also find the most frequently
asked questions and answers in the section entitled Questions & Answers in this
user guide.
You can also get personal advice about our
range of products on our Premium Hotline:
United Kingdom...................0906 9597500
(0.75 £ per minute)
Qualified Siemens employees are waiting to
offer you expert information about our products and installation.
In some countries repair and replace services are impossible where the products are
not sold through our authorised dealers.
When calling customer service, please have
ready your receipt and the phone identity
number (IMEI, to display press * # 0 6 #), the
software version (to display, press * # 0 6 #,
then info) and if available, your Siemens
Service customer number.
If repair work is necessary, please contact one of
our service centres:
Abu Dhabi .........................................0 26 42 38 00
Argentina .....................................0 80 08 88 98 78
Australia..........................................13 00 66 53 66
Austria.............................................05 17 07 50 04
Bahrain .................................................... 40 42 34
Bangladesh.......................................0 17 52 74 47
Belgium.............................................0 78 15 22 21
Bolivia ...............................................0 21 21 41 14
Bosnia Herzegovina..........................0 33 27 66 49
Brazil............................................0 80 07 07 12 48
Brunei ................................................. 02 43 08 01
Bulgaria............................................... 02 73 94 88
Cambodia ........................................... 12 80 05 00
Canada ........................................1 88 87 77 02 11
China ...........................................0 21 38 98 47 77
Croatia ..............................................0 16 10 53 81
Czech Republic.................................2 33 03 27 27
Denmark ............................................. 35 25 86 00
Dubai ................................................0 43 96 64 33
Egypt.................................................0 23 33 41 11
Estonia................................................ 06 30 47 97
Finland ............................................09 22 94 37 00
France.............................................01 56 38 42 00
Germany ......................................0 18 05 33 32 26
Greece .........................................0 80 11 11 11 16
Hong Kong .......................................... 28 61 11 18
Hungary ..........................................06 14 71 24 44
Iceland .................................................. 5 11 30 00
India .............................22 24 98 70 00 Extn: 70 40
Indonesia .....................................0 21 46 82 60 81
Ireland.............................................18 50 77 72 77
Italy ................................................02 24 36 44 00
Ivory Coast.......................................... 05 02 02 59
Jordan...............................................0 64 39 86 42
Kenya.................................................... 2 72 37 17
Kuwait ................................................... 2 45 41 78
Latvia .................................................... 7 50 11 18
Lebanon.............................................. 01 44 30 43
Libya ...............................................02 13 50 28 82
Lithuania ...........................................8 52 74 20 10
Luxembourg........................................ 43 84 33 99
Macedonia .......................................... 02 13 14 84
Malaysia....................................+ 6 03 77 12 43 04
Malta .......................................+ 35 32 14 94 06 32
Mauritius ............................................... 2 11 62 13
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Mexico .......................................01 80 07 11 00 03
Morocco ...............................................22 66 92 09
Netherlands .................................0 90 03 33 31 00
New Zealand...................................08 00 27 43 63
Nigeria ..............................................0 14 50 05 00
Norway.................................................22 70 84 00
Oman ....................................................... 79 10 12
Pakistan ..........................................02 15 66 22 00
Paraguay ..........................................8 00 10 20 04
Philippines ........................................0 27 57 11 18
Poland.............................................08 01 30 00 30
Portugal ............................................8 08 20 15 21
Qatar....................................................04 32 20 10
Romania .........................................02 12 04 60 00
Russia..........................................8 80 02 00 10 10
Saudi Arabia .....................................0 22 26 00 43
Serbia .............................................01 13 80 95 50
Singapore ............................................62 27 11 18
Slovak Republic ..............................02 59 68 22 66
Slovenia ............................................0 14 74 63 36
South Africa ....................................08 60 10 11 57
Spain.................................................9 02 11 50 61
Sweden.............................................0 87 50 99 11
Switzerland .....................................08 48 21 20 00
Taiwan ............................................02 23 96 10 06
Thailand ............................................0 27 22 11 18
Tunisia .................................................71 86 19 02
Turkey..........................................0 21 65 79 71 00
Ukraine ........................................8 80 05 01 00 00
United Arab Emirates........................0 43 66 03 86
United Kingdom ...........................0 87 05 33 44 11
USA .............................................1 88 87 77 02 11
Vietnam...........................................84 89 30 01 21
Zimbabwe ............................................04 36 94 24
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Care and maintenance
Care and maintenance
'Your phone has been designed and
manufactured to the highest of
standards and should be treated with
the greatest of care. The suggestions
below will help you to enjoy your
phone for many years.
• Protect your phone from moisture
and humidity! Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain minerals that will corrode electronic
circuits. Nevertheless, should your
phone become wet, disconnect it
immediately from the power supply and remove the battery!
• Do not use or store the phone in
dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts
may become damaged.
• Do not store your phone in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the life of electronic devices,
damage batteries and warp or
melt certain plastics.
• Do not store your phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up
again (to its normal ambient temperature), moisture can form inside
the phone, which may damage
electronic circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake your
phone. Rough handling can damage internal circuit boards!
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents
to clean the phone!
The suggestions given above apply
equally to your phone, battery,
charger and all accessories. If any of
these parts are not working properly,
take them to your nearest qualified
service outlet. The personnel there
will assist you and, if necessary, repair the device.
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Product data
Declaration of conformity
Siemens Information and Communication mobile hereby declares that
the phone described in this user
guide is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of European Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE). The
declaration of conformity (DoC) concerned has been signed. Please call
the company hotline if you require a
copy of the original, or go to:
www.siemens-mobile.com/conformity
Technical data
GSM class:
4 (2 watt)
Frequency range: 880–960 MHz
GSM class:
1 (1 watt)
Frequency range: 1,710–1,880 MHz
GSM class:
1 (1 watt)
Frequency range: 1,850–1,990 MHz
Phone ID
You will need the following details if you
lose your phone or SIM card:
the number of the SIM card (on the card):
..............................................................
15-digit serial number of the phone
(under the battery):
..............................................................
the customer service number of the service
provider:
..............................................................
Lost phone
If you lose your phone or SIM card contact
your service provider immediately to prevent misuse.
Operating time
The operating time depends upon
usage: Extreme temperatures considerably reduce the phone’s standby time. You should therefore avoid
the leaving the phone in the sun or
on a radiator.
Talk time: 90 to 300 minutes.
Standby time: 50 to 220 hours.
Action taken
Time Reduces stand(min) by time by
81.5x45.2x21.9 mm
(78 ccm)
Calling
1
30–90 minutes
600 mAh
Light *
1
60 minutes
Weight:
85 g
Size:
Li-ion battery:
Operating temperature:
–10 °C… +55 °C
SIM card:
101
3.0 V or 1.8 V
Network search 1
5–10 minutes
* Keypad input, dynamic light games,
organiser, etc.
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Product data
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Accessories
Accessories
Fashion & Carry
Carrying Cases
A range of carry cases is available from specialist shops or our online shop:
Original Siemens Accessories
www.siemens.com/
mobilestore
Energy
Li-Ion Battery 600 mAh EBA-670
Spare battery for additional standby and
talktime.
Travel Charger
Travel Charger ETC-500 (EU)
Travel Charger ETC-510 (UK)
Travel Charger with an extended input voltage range of 100–240V for international
use.
Car Charger Plus ECC-600
Charger, which connects via the car cigarette lighter socket, with additional headset
connector.
Handsfree Portable
Headset PTT HHS-510
Headset for handsfree talking in full-duplex
digital voice quality. With PTT button for answering and ending calls.
Headset PTT Purestyle HHS-610
Headset with a high-value design for handsfree talking in full-duplex digital voice quality.
Optimised wearing comfort due to earclip
and the practical clip for attaching the headset easily to clothing. With PTT button for
answering and ending calls.
Automatic call acceptance support (via the
mobile phone)
Car Solutions
Car Kit Portable HKP-500
Plug & play handsfree kit with integrated
loudspeaker. Handsfree talking with high
voice quality by simply connecting it to the
cigarette lighter socket. Ideal for easy transfer between vehicles.
Car Kit Easy HKP-610
High-quality plug & play Car Kit with integrated rotatable and exchangeable mobile holder, loudspeaker and microphone. Handsfree
talking with high voice quality by simply connecting it to the cigarette lighter socket. Ideal
for easy transfer between vehicles.
Upgrade Kit HKO-640
Upgrade Kit for exchanging the Mobile
Holder of the handsfree Car Kit Easy to fit a
new mobile phone.
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Multitainment
QuickPic Camera IQP-500
Plugged into the mobile phone, the QuickPic
Camera with integrated flash can be used to
take snapshots in any situation. Pictures can
be viewed on the mobile’s display, sent using MMS, and stored. For mobile-to-mobile
MMS correspondence and optimal viewing
quality on a PC there are two resolutions to
choose from.
Office
Data Cable DCA-500
With the Data Cable DCA-500 the mobile
phone can be easily linked to a serial
(RS232) interface.
Products can be obtained in specialist shops
or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store
online:
Original Siemens Accessories
www.siemens.com/
mobilestore
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Quality
Quality
Battery quality statement
The capacity of your mobile phone
battery will reduce each time it is
charged/emptied. Storage at too
high or low temperatures will also
result in a gradual capacity loss. As
a result the operating time of your
mobile phone may be considerably
reduced, even after a full recharge of
the battery.
Regardless of this, the battery has
been designed and manufactured so
that it can be recharged and used for
six months after the purchase of
your mobile phone. After six months,
if the battery is clearly suffering from
loss of performance, we recommend
that you replace it. Please buy only
Siemens original batteries.
Display quality statement
For technological reasons, some
small dots in other colours may appear in the display in rare cases.
Please remember that if some dots
appear brighter or darker in the display, this generally does not mean
that a fault has occurred.
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Guarantee certificate (UK)
Without prejudice to any claim the
user (customer) may have in relation
to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer's
Guarantee under the conditions set
out below:
• In the case of new devices and
their components exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within
24 months of purchase, Siemens
shall, at its own option and free of
charge, either replace the device
with another device reflecting the
current state of the art, or repair
the said device. In respect of parts
subject to wear and tear (including but not limited to, batteries,
keypads, casings, small parts on
casings, protective coverings
where included in the scope of delivery), this warranty shall be valid
for six months from the date of
purchase.
• This Guarantee shall be invalid if
the device defect is attributable to
improper treatment and/or failure
to comply with information contained in the user manuals.
• This Guarantee shall not apply to
or extend to services performed
by the authorised dealer or the
customer themselves (e.g. installation, configuration, software
downloads). User manuals and
any software supplied on a separate data medium shall be excluded from the Guarantee.
• The purchase receipt, together
with the date of purchase, shall be
required as evidence for invoking
the Guarantee. Claims under the
Guarantee must be submitted
within two months of the Guarantee default becoming evident.
• Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to
Siemens shall vest in Siemens.
• This Guarantee shall apply to new
devices purchased in the European Union. For Products sold in the
United Kingdom the Guarantee is
issued by Siemens plc, Siemens
House, Oldbury, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FZ.
• Any other claims resulting out of
or in connection with the device
shall be excluded from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee
shall attempt to limit or exclude a
Customers Statutory Rights, nor
the manufacturer's liability for
death or personal injury resulting
from its negligence.
• The duration of the Guarantee
shall not be extended by services
rendered under the terms of the
Guarantee.
• Insofar as no Guarantee default
exists, Siemens reserves the right
to charge the customer for replacement or repair.
• The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of
proof to the detriment of the customer.
To invoke this Guarantee, please
contact the Siemens telephone service. The relevant number is to be
found in the accompanying user
guide.
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Guarantee certificate (IRL)
Guarantee certificate (IRL)
Without prejudice to any claim the
user (customer) may have in relation
to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer’s
Guarantee under the conditions set
out below:
• In the case of new devices and
their components exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within
24 months of purchase, Siemens
shall, at its own option and free of
charge, either replace the device
with another device reflecting the
current state of the art, or repair
the said device. In respect of parts
subject to wear and tear (including but not limited to, batteries,
keypads, casings, small parts on
casings, protective coverings
where included in the scope of delivery), this warranty shall be valid
for six months from the date of
purchase.
• This Guarantee shall be invalid if
the device defect is attributable to
improper care or use and/or failure to comply with information
contained in the user manuals.
In particular claims under the
Guarantee cannot be made if:
• The device is opened (this is
classed as third party intervention)
• Repairs or other work done
by persons not authorised by
Siemens.
• Components on the printed circuit board are manipulated
• The software is manipulated
•
•
•
•
•
• Defects or damage caused by
dropping, breaking, lightning
or ingress of moisture. This also
applies if defects or damage
was caused by mechanical,
chemical, radio interference or
thermal factors (e.g.: microwave, sauna etc.)
• Devices fitted with accessories
not authorised by Siemens
This Guarantee shall not apply to
or extend to services performed
by the authorised dealer or the
customer themselves (e.g. installation, configuration, software
downloads). User manuals and
any software supplied on a separate data medium shall be excluded from the Guarantee.
The purchase receipt, together
with the date of purchase, shall be
required as evidence for invoking
the Guarantee. Claims under the
Guarantee must be submitted
within two months of the Guarantee default becoming evident.
Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to
Siemens shall vest in Siemens.
This Guarantee shall apply to new
devices purchased in the European Union. For Products sold in the
Republic of Ireland the Guarantee
is issued by Siemens Ireland Limited, Ballymoss Road, Sandyford
Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 – The
Republic of Ireland.
Any other claims resulting out of
or in connection with the device
shall be excluded from this Guar-
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antee. Nothing in this Guarantee
shall attempt to limit or exclude
a Customers Statutory Rights, nor
the manufacturer’s liability for
death or personal injury resulting
from its negligence.
• The duration of the Guarantee
shall not be extended by services
rendered under the terms of the
Guarantee.
• Insofar as no Guarantee default
exists, Siemens reserves the right
to charge the customer for replacement or repair.
• The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of
proof to the detriment of the customer.
To invoke this Guarantee, please
contact the Siemens helpdesk on
1850 777 277. This number is also to
be found in the accompanying user
guide.
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SAR – European Union (RTTE)
SAR – European Union (RTTE)
INFORMATION ON RF EXPOSURE /
SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR)
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE
LIMITS SET BY THE EU (1999/519/EC)
FOR PROTECTION OF THE HEALTH
OF THE PUBLIC FROM THE EFFECTS
OF EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
These limits are part of comprehensive recommendations for the protection of the public. The recommendations were developed and
confirmed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific studies*. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to assure
the safety of all persons, regardless
of age and health.
Before a radio equipment may be
placed on the market, compliance
with the European laws and the respective technical limit requirements must be demonstrated. Only
then the CE mark may be affixed**.
The limit for mobile phones recommended by the Council of the European Union employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. This SAR limit is 2.0 W/kg***. This corresponds
with the requirements of the International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection ICNIRP and
was adopted into the European
Norm for Mobile Radio Equipment
EN 50360. The SAR of mobile pho-
nes is determined in accordance
with the European Norm EN 50361.
This involves measuring the maximum value in all frequency bands of
the mobile phone with the phone
transmitting at its highest power level. The actual SAR level of the phone during normal operation may be
well below the maximum value. This
is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so
as to use only the power required to
reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a base station, the
lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for this model
phone when tested for compliance
against the norm is
0.75 W/kg****.
The SAR information can also be
found on the Siemens web site at
www.siemens-mobile.com
While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions, all
Siemens products meet the legal
requirements.
* The World Health Organization
(WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland) states that present scientific
information does not indicate the
need for any special precautions for
use of mobile phones.
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Further information:
www.who.int/peh-emf, www.mmfai.org,
www.siemens-mobile.com
** The CE mark confirms that the
product is in compliance with the legal requirements of the European
Union as a prerequisite for the placing on the market and the free movement of goods within the European internal market.
*** averaged over 10g body tissue.
**** SAR values may vary depending on national requirements and
frequency bands. SAR information
for different regions can be found at
www.siemens-mobile.com
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SAR – International (ICNIRP)
SAR – International (ICNIRP)
INFORMATION ON RF EXPOSURE /
SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR)
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE LIMITS FOR PROTECTION OF THE
HEALTH OF THE PUBLIC FROM THE
EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed
and manufactured not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy recommended by
international guidelines from the
International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).
These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines for the protection of
the public and establish permitted
levels of RF energy for the population. The guidelines were confirmed
by independent scientific organisations through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies*. The
limits include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety
of all persons, regardless of age and
health.
The exposure limit for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the
international guidelines is 2.0 W/kg**.
Tests for SAR are conducted in all frequency bands using standard operating positions with the phone transmitting at its highest power level.
The actual SAR level of the phone during operation can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the
phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to
a base station, the lower the power
output.
The highest SAR value for this model
phone when tested for use at the ear is
0.75 W/kg***.
SAR information can also be found at
www.siemens-mobile.com
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all
meet the international guidelines for
safe RF exposure.
* The World Health Organization
(WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland) states that present scientific information does not indicate the need
for any special precautions for use of
mobile phones.
Further information:
www.who.int/peh-emf, www.mmfai.org,
www.siemens-mobile.com
** averaged over 10g of tissue.
*** SAR values may vary depending
on national requirements and frequency bands. information for different regions can be found at
www.siemens-mobile.com
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Menu tree
è ‘Preferred > Show entries
Book’
New entry
Businesscard
Groups
Default book
Information numbers
Z Call records > Calls missed
Calls received
Calls dialled
Delete records
Duration/ charges
> Last call
All outgoing calls
All incoming calls
Remaining units
É Surf & fun
(see also page 116)
Charge setting
> Homepage
> Currency
Personal rate
Bookmarks
Account limit
Internet
Auto display
Games & more
Alarm
clock
] Messages > New SMS
New MMS
Inbox
> SMS
MMS
CB messages
Draft
> SMS
MMS
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Menu tree
] Messages > Unsent
> SMS
MMS
Sent
> SMS
MMS
SMS archive
Text modules
Message setup
> T9 preferred
Input language
SMS profiles
MMS profiles
Voice message
CB services
> Receive CB
Read new CB
Ring tones > Ringer setting
Topic list
Silent alert
Volume
Auto display
> Calls
d Call tone
Messages
Group call tones
Alarms
Other call tone
Applications
Alarm tone
SMS/MMS tone
More tones...
> CBS tone
Start melody
End melody
Opening tone
Closing tone
Call screening
Key tones
Minute beep
Information tones
Topic index
CB languages
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Extras
> SIM services
Organiser
> Calendar
Calculator
Appointments
Currency converter
Notes
Stopwatch
Missed alarms
Countdown
Time zones
Voice command
Calendar setup
Camera
Ñ Own stuff
> Pictures
Sounds
Colour scheme
Data inbox
m Setup
> Profiles
Display
> Language
Text input
Background
> T9 preferred
Input language
Logo
Colour scheme
Screensaver
> Enable
Start up animation
Style
Shut down animation
Preview
Own greeting
Timeout
Big letters
Code Protection
Illumination
Contrast
> Colour display
2nd display
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m Setup
Menu tree
> Dynamic light
> Show light effects
Play demo
Brightness
d Calls
Group calls
Other calls
During call
Alarms
More light...
> Incoming messages
Missed event
During sending
Opening clamshell
Closing clamshell
Netsearch
Screensaver
Low battery
Switch on
Switch off
Charging
Call setup
> Hide ID
Call waiting
Divert
> All calls
All Unanswered
Not reachable
No reply
Busy
Status check
Clear all
Clamshell
Minute beep
> Auto answer
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m Setup
> Clock
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> Time/date
Time zones
Time format
Date format
Buddhist year
Show clock
Automatic switch off
Connectivity
> GPRS
GPRS info
Authentication
Data services
> MMS, WAP
HTTP
HTTP profile
Fax/data mode
> Send voice/fax
Rec voice/fax
Rec fax/data
Security
> Direct call
Only ‚
Last 10 only
Codes
This SIM only
> PIN control
Change PIN
Change PIN2
Change phonecode
Barrings
Direct call
> All outgoing
Outgo internat
Out.int.x home
All incoming
When roaming
Status check
Clear all
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Menu tree
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m Setup
Menu tree
> Security
> Phone identity
File system
Master reset
Network
> Line
Network info
> Format
Clean up
> Select line
Protect selection
Auto network selection
Choose network
Preferred network
Band selection
Fast search
User group
> Active
Select group
Outgo. access
Preferred group
Accessories
> Carkit
Headset
> Auto answer
> Auto answer
Note on Surf & fun
Depending on your service provider, you may have direct access to its portal instead of the
Surf & fun menu option. Contact your service provider for details of the services offered on
the portal. In this case, you will find the Internet and Games & more menu options in the
Extras menu.
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Index
A
Accessories............................... 102
Account limit.............................. 39
Addressbook
Dial entry................................ 34
New entry............................... 32
Read entry .............................. 33
Agenda ...................................... 80
Alarm
Alarm clock............................. 40
Appointment .......................... 81
Switch off ............................... 82
Type ....................................... 81
Alarm clock ................................ 40
All calls (call time/charge) ........... 39
All calls (diversion) ..................... 69
All incoming (Barrings) ............... 76
Answering service (external)....... 41
Application, download................ 62
Appointments ............................ 80
Archive (SMS)............................. 47
Audio ......................................... 56
Authentication ........................... 74
Auto display
CB .......................................... 55
Clock ...................................... 72
Duration/charges .................... 39
Auto time zone..................... 71, 84
Auto. redial ................................ 19
B
Background ................................ 66
Band selection ............................ 78
Battery
Charge.................................... 10
Insert........................................ 9
Operating time ..................... 101
quality declaration ................ 104
Big letters
(message on display) .................. 67
Birthday
Addressbook ........................... 33
Bookmarks (WAP)........................ 58
Browser, WAP ............................. 59
Business card .............................. 28
Busy number............................... 19
C
Calculator ................................... 84
Calendar ..................................... 80
Call
Accept/end.............................. 20
Barring.................................... 76
Charges................................... 39
Conference ............................. 22
Divert...................................... 69
End ......................................... 18
Hold........................................ 21
Menu ...................................... 23
Reject...................................... 20
Swap (change) ........................ 21
Call back ..................................... 19
Call divert ................................... 69
Call transfer ................................ 23
Call waiting................................. 22
Calling ........................................ 18
Calling images (Addressbook) ..... 32
Calls dialled (call list)................... 38
Calls received (call list) ................ 38
Camera................................. 86, 87
Car Kit
Setting .................................... 79
Care of phone ........................... 100
CB services.................................. 55
Cell Broadcast (CB) ...................... 55
Charge rate................................. 39
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Index
Charges...................................... 39
Charging the battery................... 10
Clock.......................................... 71
Codes......................................... 15
Colour schemes .......................... 66
Command (voice command)....... 86
Conference................................. 22
Connection profile...................... 73
Contrast (message on display) .... 67
Control code (DTMF) .................. 37
Countdown ................................ 86
CSD data .................................... 73
Currency converter ..................... 85
Customer care ............................ 98
D
Data exchange (settings) ............ 72
Data Exchange Software............. 94
Date format................................ 72
Dialling code .............................. 18
Dialling with number keys .......... 18
Dial-up access (connection) ........ 73
Direct call ................................... 23
Display
Big letters ............................... 67
Colour schemes ...................... 66
Contrast ................................. 67
Illumination ............................ 67
Symbols.................................... 8
Display (settings)........................ 65
Divert ......................................... 69
DTMF codes (control codes)........ 37
Duration/charges ........................ 39
Dynamic Light ............................ 67
E
Emergency number .................... 11
EMS ........................................... 44
Entry no. (phonebook)................ 29
Extras................................. 80, 100
F
Factory settings .......................... 76
Fast access.................................. 90
Fast network search .................... 78
Fax/data mode ............................ 74
Filter........................................... 57
Addressbook entries ................ 34
Flashlight.................................... 87
Forwarding (call)......................... 23
G
Games & More ............................ 61
Games (download) ..................... 62
GPRS
Switch on/off........................... 72
Group ......................................... 36
SMS to group .......................... 44
Guarantee certificate ................ 105
H
Handset volume.......................... 18
Handsfree talking........................ 21
Headset .................................... 102
Setting .................................... 79
Hide ID ....................................... 69
Highlighting mode ...................... 14
Hold call ..................................... 21
Home network............................ 77
Hotline ....................................... 98
HTTP-Profile ................................ 74
I
Identity number (IMEI) ................ 76
Illumination (display) .................. 67
IMEI number ............................... 76
Inbox
MMS ....................................... 52
SMS ........................................ 46
Index (file system) ........................ 8
Info tones ................................... 57
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Information services (CB)............ 55
Input language (T9).................... 25
International dialling code .......... 19
L
Last 10 only................................ 75
Limit (call time/charge) ............... 39
Logo, provider logo .................... 66
Loss of phone, SIM card ............ 101
M
Mailbox ...................................... 41
Maintenance of phone.............. 100
Menu
Speed dialling ......................... 15
Steuerung............................... 13
Menu tree ................................ 111
Message
CB .......................................... 55
MMS....................................... 49
SMS.................................. 42, 45
Message memory ....................... 46
Microphone on/off...................... 23
Minute beep......................... 57, 71
Missed appointments ................. 83
Missed calls (call list) .................. 38
MMS
Lists........................................ 52
Profile..................................... 54
Receive................................... 51
Write ...................................... 49
Muting (microphone) ................. 23
My phone................................... 17
N
Network
Barring ................................... 75
Line ........................................ 77
Settings .................................. 77
Notes ......................................... 82
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O
Only ‚ ..................................... 75
Only this SIM .............................. 75
Operating times (battery).......... 101
Organiser.................................... 80
Own (phone) numbers................ 30
Own files .................................... 92
Own greeting.............................. 67
Own stuff ................................... 92
P
Phone (settings).......................... 69
Phone barring ............................. 75
Phone code................................. 15
Phone data ............................... 101
Phone identity number (IMEI)...... 76
Phone number transmission
on/off ......................................... 69
Phonebook
Call ......................................... 30
Location.................................. 31
New entry ............................... 29
Picture (Addressbook) ................. 32
Pictures & sounds (SMS).............. 43
PIN
Change ................................... 15
Control.................................... 15
Enter....................................... 11
Error ....................................... 97
PIN2 ........................................... 15
Preferred directory ...................... 28
Preventing accidental
activation.................................... 16
Product data ............................. 101
Profiles
HTTP ....................................... 74
MMS ....................................... 54
Phone ..................................... 64
SMS ........................................ 48
WAP ........................................ 61
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Index
Prompt ....................................... 19
Provider logo .............................. 66
PUK, PUK2 .................................. 15
Q
Questions & Answers.................. 95
R
Records ................................ 38, 91
Redial ......................................... 18
Reminder ................................... 19
Ringer setting ............................. 56
S
Safety precautions........................ 3
Screensaver................................ 66
Second phone number ............... 77
Security................................ 15, 75
Service centre (SMS)................... 48
Service provider portal................ 17
Service tones.............................. 57
Set time/date........................ 71, 72
Settings
Accessories ............................. 79
Audio ..................................... 56
Clock ................................ 71, 72
Data connection ..................... 72
Display ................................... 65
Divert ..................................... 69
Network ................................. 77
Phone..................................... 69
Profiles ................................... 64
Security .................................. 75
Short message (SMS).................. 42
Shown in the display .................... 8
Shut down animation ................. 67
Siemens City Portal ..................... 17
Signal strength ........................... 12
Silent alert.................................. 56
SIM card
Clear barring........................... 16
Insert........................................ 9
Problems ................................ 95
SIM services (optional) ................ 89
SMS
Archive ................................... 47
Lists ........................................ 46
Pictures & Sounds.................... 43
Profile ..................................... 48
Read ....................................... 45
T9 input .................................. 25
To group ................................. 44
Write....................................... 42
SOS ............................................ 11
Special characters ....................... 24
Speech time (battery) ............... 101
Speed dialling keys...................... 91
Standard values .......................... 76
Standby mode ............................ 13
Standby time: ........................... 101
Start animation ........................... 66
Start menu (WAP) ....................... 58
Start up animation ...................... 66
Stopwatch .................................. 85
Surf & fun ................................... 58
Swap .......................................... 21
Switch off phone
Automatic ............................... 72
Manual ................................... 11
Switch on ................................... 11
Symbols........................................ 8
T
T9
Text entry ............................... 25
Word suggestions.................... 26
Technical data........................... 101
Text entry with T9....................... 25
Text entry without T9.................. 24
Text module ............................... 27
Time zones ........................... 11, 71
Tones ......................................... 57
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U
Unanswered ............................... 69
Upper and lowercase letters........ 24
User group ................................. 78
V
Validity period
MMS....................................... 54
SMS........................................ 48
Voice command.......................... 86
Voice dialling.............................. 35
Voice message (mailbox) ............ 41
Volume
Handset volume...................... 18
Profiles ................................... 64
Ringer..................................... 56
W
WAP
Browser .................................. 59
Parameters ............................. 61
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