Siemens CT56 User guide

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Contents
Safety precautions ..................... 3
Safety Information ..................... 4
Antenna care ........................... 4
Phone operation ...................... 4
Electronic devices ..................... 5
SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) .. 8
Overview of the phone ............ 10
Getting Started ........................ 11
Insert SIM card/battery ........... 12
Charge battery ....................... 13
See also In- General Instructions ................. 14
dex at the
User Guide ............................. 14
end of this
Control key ............................ 14
User Guide
Switch on, off / PIN entry ......... 16
Security .................................... 17
Codes .................................... 17
My phone ................................. 19
Making a phone call ................. 20
Dialing with number keys ....... 20
End call .................................. 20
Set volume ............................. 20
Redial previous numbers ........ 20
When a number is busy .......... 21
Accept call ............................. 21
Reject call .............................. 21
Handsfree .............................. 22
Held call ................................. 22
Call waiting/Swap ................... 22
Multi party ............................. 23
Call menu .............................. 24
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Contents
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Phonebook ................................25
<New entry> ..........................25
Call/search for an entry ...........26
Call with Record no. ...............26
Edit entry ...............................26
Location: ...............................27
Assign animation ....................28
Voice dialing ...........................29
Groups ......................................30
SMS to group ..........................30
Call to group ..........................30
Group setup ...........................32
Call log ......................................33
Messages (SMS) ........................34
Read messages ......................34
Inbox/outbox .........................35
Archive ...................................35
Compose a message ...............36
Predefined text .......................37
SMS to group ..........................37
Picture & Sound ......................38
Surf & fun .................................39
Internet (WAP) ........................39
Games & more ........................42
Bitmap viewer ........................44
Sound manager ......................46
Organizer ..................................48
Alarm clock ............................48
Appointments ........................48
Special events ........................49
Notes .....................................50
Missed appointments .............51
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Contents
Calculator .............................. 51
Currency conv. ....................... 52
Voice command ..................... 53
Voice message/Mailbox ........... 54
Play back messages ................ 54
CB services ............................... 55
Profiles ..................................... 56
Setup ..................................... 56
Car Kit ................................... 57
Headset ................................. 57
Aircraft mode ......................... 57
Favorites .................................. 58
Fast access key ......................... 59
Control key (on the left) ......... 59
Speed dialing keys .................. 60
Setup ........................................ 61
Display ................................... 61
Audio ..................................... 62
Keys ....................................... 64
Phone setup ........................... 64
Clock ..................................... 66
Connectivity ........................... 67
Security ................................. 71
Network ................................. 73
Accessories ............................ 75
Text entry with "T9" .................. 77
Setup ..................................... 77
Create a word using T9 ........... 77
Display symbols (selection) ..... 79
Notes A-Z .................................. 80
Questions&Answers ................. 89
Siemens Service ........................92
Specifications ...........................93
Exposure to radiofrequency signals ........................................93
Technical data .......................93
Trademarks ............................93
Maintenance .............................94
Accessories ...............................95
Basics .....................................95
Data/Applications ...................95
Car Solutions .........................96
U.S. FDA ....................................97
FCC/Industry Canada Notice ...103
Ten Driving Safety Tips ...........104
Intellectual Property ...............106
Index .......................................107
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Safety precautions
Safety
NOTE:
precautions
Review these operating instructions and
safety precautions carefully before use.
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Do not use mobile phone in hospitals or in the vicinity of medical
devices, such as pacemakers or
hearing aids. Mobile phones
may interfere with the operation
of these devices. Keep a minimum distance of 8" between
pacemaker and mobile phone.
When using the mobile phone
hold it to the ear farthest from
the pacemaker.
Always use the handsfree kit to
make calls while driving (p. 95).
Turn off mobile phone while
aboard any aircraft. To prevent
accidental activation, see
(p. 57).
Do not use mobile phone near
gas stations, fuel depots, chemical plants or blasting operations. Mobile phones may cause
interference with the operation
of technical installations.
The ring tone and the info tones
are amplified through the earpiece. Never hold the mobile
phone to your ear when it is ringing. Serious and permanent
damage could occur to your
hearing!
Caution! SIM card may be removed. Small parts could be
swallowed by children.
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Do not exceed the mains voltage (V) specified on the power
supply unit.
Only use original Siemens batteries (100% mercury-free) and
charging devices. Use of nonSiemens batteries and/or charging devices may cause explosion resulting in serious injury or
property damage.
It is recommended that you
open the phone only to replace
the battery (100% mercury-free)
or SIM card. Do not open the
battery under any circumstances. Any other changes to this
device may invalidate the FCC
authorization required for operation of the unit, and are strictly
prohibited.
Dispose of used batteries and
phones in accordance with applicable laws and safety regulations.
Mobile phones may interfere
with the operation of nearby
TVs, radios or PCs.
Only use original Siemens accessories in order to avoid possible injury and property
damage and to ensure compliance with applicable laws and
regulations.
Improper use invalidates the warranty!
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Safety Information
Safety Infor- Important
mation
Read this information before using
your wireless handheld phone.
Normal position
Laws pertaining to the use of mobile
phones while driving vary significantly from state-to-state and sometimes even from locality-to-locality
within states. For example, some areas may allow persons to use their
mobile phones only if they employ a
hands-free device, and some areas
may prohibit the use of mobile
phones entirely. Accordingly, Siemens recommends that persons
check the laws for the areas in which
they drive or will be driving. For areas where the use of mobile phones
while driving is permitted, Siemens
encourages persons to use their
phones responsibly and to employ
hands-free devices. Also, if using
your phone while driving, please:
Hold the phone as you would any
other telephone with the antenna
pointed up and over your shoulder.
• Give full attention to driving –
driving safely is your first responsibility;
Tips on efficient operation
• Use hands-free operation, if available;
As this mobile phone is equipped
with a fixed (non-retractable) antenna, some paragraphs in the below text may not be applicable.
Antenna care
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Driving
Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and
may violate FCC regulations.
Phone operation
For your phone to operate most efficiently:
• Extend your antenna fully (if applicable).
• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use.
Contact with the antenna affects
call quality and may cause the
phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
• Pull off the road and park before
making or answering a call, if driving conditions so require.
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Safety Information
For vehicles equipped with Air
Bags
An air bag inflates with great force.
DO NOT place objects, including either installed or portable wireless
equipment, in the area over the air
bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment
is improperly installed and the air
bag inflates, serious injury could result.
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Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment
is shielded from radiofrequency (RF)
signals. However, certain electronic
equipment may not be shielded
against the RF signals from your
wireless phone.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturer’s
Association recommends that a minimum separation of six inches (6”) be
maintained between a handheld
wireless phone and a pacemaker to
avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology
Research.
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Persons with pacemakers:
• should ALWAYS keep the phone
more than six inches from their
pacemaker when the phone is
turned ON;
• should not carry the phone in a
breast pocket;
• should use the ear opposite the
pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference;
• should turn the phone OFF immediately if there is any reason to
suspect that interference is taking
place.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In
the event of such interference, you
may want to consult your service
provider or your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the manufacturers of your devices to determine if
they are adequately shielded from
external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care
facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do
so. Hospitals or health care facilities
may be using equipment that could
be sensitive to external RF energy.
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Safety Information
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles.
Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that
has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
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Turn your phone OFF in any facility
where posted notices so require.
Airplanes
FCC and Airline Regulations prohibit
using your phone while in the air.
Turn your phone OFF before boarding an airplane.
Check and comply with the policy of
your airline regarding the use of your
phone while the airplane is on the
ground.
Blasting areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when
in a “blasting area” or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey
all signs and instructions.
Potentially explosive
atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas
could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always
clearly marked. They include: fueling
areas such as gasoline stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities; vehicles
using liquefied petroleum gas (such
as propane or butane); areas where
the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal
powders; and any other area where
you would normally be advised to
turn off your vehicle engine.
Emergency calls (SOS)
Your wireless phone can be used to
make emergency calls. You can
make an emergency call from the
main display screen. Enter the local
emergency number such as 911 and
then press the A key
This phone, like any wireless phone,
operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks, and userprogrammed functions. Because of
this, connections in all conditions
cannot be guaranteed. Therefore,
you should never rely solely on any
wireless phone for essential communications (for example, medical
emergencies). Remember - to make
or receive any calls, the phone must
be switched on and be used in a service area that has adequate signal
strength. Emergency calls might not
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Safety Information
be possible on all wireless phone
networks or when certain network
services or phone features are in use.
Check with local service providers regarding their network features.
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Always make certain that your
phone is properly charged before attempting any emergency calls. If
you allow your battery to discharge,
you will be unable to receive or make
calls, including emergency calls. You
must then wait a few minutes after
the charging begins to place any
emergency calls.
When making an emergency call, remember to give all of the necessary
information as accurately as possible. Remember that your wireless
phone might be the only means of
communication at the scene of an
accident, therefore you should not
terminate the call until given permission to do so.
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SAR
(Specific
Absorption
Rate)
SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)
THIS SIEMENS CT56 PHONE
MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO
RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless Siemens CT56 phone
is a radio transmitter and receiver. It
is designed and manufactured not to
exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy
set by the Federal Communications
Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the
general population. The guidelines
are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific
organizations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific
studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to
assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless
mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR
limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.*
Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions specified by the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands.
Although the SAR is determined at
the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR level of the phone while
operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the
phone is designed to operate at mul-
tiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are
to a wireless base station antenna,
the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for
sale to the public, it must be tested
and certified to the FCC that it does
not exceed the limit established by
the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are
performed in positions and locations
(for example, at the ear and worn on
the body) as required by the FCC for
each model. The highest SAR value
for this Siemens CT56 phone when
tested for use at the ear is 1.04 W/kg,
and when worn on the body, as described in this user guide, is 0.55 W/
kg. (Body-worn measurements differ
among phone models, depending
upon available accessories and FCC
requirements.) While there may be
differences between the SAR levels
of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an Equipment
Authorization for this Siemens CT56
phone with all reported SAR levels
evaluated as in compliance with the
FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR information on this Siemens CT56
phone is on file with the FCC and can
be found under the Display Grant
section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid
after searching on FCC ID PWX-CT56.
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SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)
For body worn operation, to maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, use only Siemens
approved accessories. When carrying the phone while it is on, use the
specific Siemens belt clip that has
been tested for compliance.
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Use of non-Siemens-approved accessories may violate FCC RF exposure
guidelines and should be avoided.
* In the United States and Canada, the SAR
limit for mobile phones used by the public is
1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram
of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional
protection for the public and to account for
any variations in measurements.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications Industry
Association (CTIA) web-site at:
http://www.wow-com.com
For SAR information in other regions please
look under product information at:
www.my-siemens.com
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Overview of
the phone
Overview of the phone
Integrated antenna
Loudspeaker
Display indicators
Signal strength/
GPRS available/
battery level.
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Call key A
Dial displayed phone
number or name, accept
calls.
In standby mode:
Display the last calls.
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Menu
*
Hold down
In standby mode:
Switch signal tones on and
off (see also p. 86).
Microphone
On the underside.
B
On/Off/End key
Press briefly:
End call/function or return
to standby mode. In menus:
one menu level back.
Hold down:
Switch phone on/off.
From menus: Return to the
standby mode.
# Hold down
Device interface
In standby mode: Switch
key lock on and off.
Connection for charger,
headset etc.
Control key at the top/at the
bottom
Press at the bottom: Open
Phonebook (in standby mode).
Hold down at the top: Start voice
dialing (in standby mode).
Press at the top: Start volume adjustment (during a call). Then
press at the top/at the bottom to
make your setting.
Scroll up and down in menus and
lists.
Do not interfere with the
phone above the battery
cover unnecessarily. This
reduces the signal strength.
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Games...
Menu
Control key on the left/on
the right
Press the control key on the outside left or right, to call up the
function that is displayed as text
or icon on the grey fields above
the key. These are in standby
mode (factory default):
§Games...§ or e.g.
} (SIM services) and
§Menu§ (main menu).
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Getting Started
Getting
Started
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The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit™ Covers, my-CLIPit™: p. 95) as
well as the keypad can be changed in a matter of seconds - no tools required:
To attach
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To remove
Note
Your phone's display and the display cover of the top shell are delivered with a protective film.
Remove this film before getting started.
In rare cases the static discharge may cause discolouration at the edges of the display. However this will disappear within 10 minutes.
To avoid damage to the display, the phone should not be used without the upper shell.
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Getting Started
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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.
• Insert SIM card in the opening,
contacts pointing downwards
(make sure the angled corner is in
correct position r). Push gently
until it engages s.
s
r
• Press grooved area n, then lift
cover in the direction indicated by
the arrowo.
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n
• Insert battery in the phone sideways t, then press downwards
until it engages u.
u
• Press latch in the direction indicated by the arrow p, lift battery at
the cutout on the side of the
phone, then tilt upwards and remove q.
q
p
t
• Replace cover and press downwards until it engages.
Note
Always switch off phone before removing
the battery!
Only 3-Volt SIM cards are supported.
Please contact your service provider if you
have an older card.
Functions without SIM card ...............p. 88
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Getting Started
Charge battery
The battery is not fully charged
when delivered. Plug in the charger
cable at the bottom of the phone,
plug in the power supply unit to the
main power socket and charge for at
least two hours.
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Charge icon not visible
If the battery is totally discharged no
charge icon is displayed when the
charger is plugged in. It is displayed
after 2 hours at most. In this case
the battery is fully charged after
3-4 hours.
Only use the charger provided!
Display while in service
Charge level display during operation (empty-full):
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h
Display when charging is
in progress
Charging time
An empty battery is fully charged after about 2 hours. Charging is only
possible in an ambient temperature
of 41° Fahrenheit to 104° Fahrenheit (the charge icon flashes as a
warning when the temperature is
41° Fahrenheit above/below this
range). The voltage specified on the
power supply unit must not be exceeded.
To use the full performance of the
battery, the battery must be fully
charged and discharged at least five
times.
d
g
A beep sounds when the battery is
nearly empty. The charge level of the
battery is displayed correctly only after uninterrupted charging/discharging. You should not remove the battery unnecessarily nor end charging
prematurely, if possible.
Note
The charger heats up when used for long
periods. This is normal and not dangerous.
Operating times.................................p. 83
Quality declaration for the battery..... p. 84
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General Instructions
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General
Instructions
User Guide
The following symbols are used to
explain operation:
J
B
A
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G
H
§Menu
L
This corresponds to:
n
Enter numbers or letters.
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Menu
Games...
On/Off/End key.
Call key.
Press control key at the top/
at the bottom to scroll up
and down.
Press control key on the
left/on the right to call a
function.
Displays a function.
§Menu§
Open menu.
From standby mode: Press
control key on the right.
o
Function depends on the
service provider, special
registration may be necessary.
Phonebook
] Messages
Call log
Select
Control key
Steps for calling a function are
shown in a condensed form in this user guide, e.g.: to display the call list
for missed calls:
§Menu§KCall logKMissed calls
F
Scroll to Call log.
Press control key at the bottom to scroll downwards.
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General Instructions
p
r
Messages
Z Call log
Groups
§Select§
Press.
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Press control key on the right
to open the Call log submenu.
q
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialed calls
+49892325678
Office
Carol
View
Select
F
Options
Scroll to the required
entry.
Press control key at the bottom to scroll downwards.
s
Select
+49892325678
Office
Carol
View
§Select§
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Options
Press.
Press control key on the right
to open the list of Missed calls.
§View§
Press.
Press control key on the left to
display the phone number with
date and time.
t
Office
+49322325774
01.10.2002
12:30
Call
OK
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Switch on, off / PIN entry
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Switch on, off
/ PIN entry
Switch on/off
B
Standby mode
Hold down On/Off/End key
to switch on or off.
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Enter PIN
The SIM card can be protected with a
4-8 digit PIN.
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J
Enter the PIN code using
the number keys (the display shows a series of asterisks, if you make a
mistake press §Clear§).
Enter PIN:
****
Clear
§OK§
OK
Press the control key on
the right to confirm the input.
Logging on to the network will take a few seconds.
Games...
Menu
When the name of the service provider/wallpaper appears on the display, the phone is in standby mode
and ready for use.
Note
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Signal strength....................p. 84
SIM services ( optional)...........p. 85
§Games...§..........................................p. 42
§SOS§ .................................................p. 80
Change PIN.......................................p. 17
SIM card problems ............................p. 85
Clear SIM card barring ......................p. 18
Other network....................................p. 74
Deactivate/activate screensaver .......p. 61
Set display contrast ...........................p. 62
Set time .............................................p. 66
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Security
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Security
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The phone and SIM card are protected against misuse by several security
codes.
§Select§
Keep these confidential numbers in a
safe place where you can access them
again if required.
§OK§
Confirm input.
§Change§
Press.
§OK§
Confirm.
PIN
Protects your SIM card (personal identification number).
Change PIN
PIN2
This is needed to set the charge
detail display and to access additional functions on special
SIM cards.
PUK
PUK2
Key code. Used to unlock SIM
cards after the wrong PIN has
been entered.
Phone
code
Protects some functions of your
phone. Must be defined at the
first security setting.
§Menu§KSetupKSecurity
Kthen select function
Codes
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 deactivation of the control.
J
Press.
Enter PIN.
You can change the PIN to any
4-8 digit number you may find
easier to remember.
J
Enter old PIN.
§OK§
Press.
J, §OK§
Enter new PIN.
J, §OK§
Repeat new PIN.
Change PIN 2
(displayed only if PIN 2 is available).
Proceed as with Change PIN.
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Security
Change Phonecode
You define and enter the phone
code (4 - 8 digits) when calling up a
phone code protected function for
the first time. It is then valid for all
protected functions.
Clear SIM card barring
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If 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.
Note
Screensaver...................................... p. 61
Auto key lock..................................... p. 64
Further security settings.................... p. 71
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My phone
My phone
Your phone offers a number of functions so that you can adapt it to meet
your personal requirements.
Ring tones
Assign individual ring tones to caller
groups or anniversaries (p. 63).
The sound manager is available for
managing the ring tones (p. 46).
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Wallpaper, Screensaver,
Animation
Adjust your phone according to your
own wishes in the following ways to
give it a personal touch:
To switch on
Select a bitmap style and a greeting
(p. 61) that you create yourself.
Screensaver
You can set an analogue clock, an individual picture or an animation as
screensaver (p. 61).
(Provider) wallpaper
Select an individual picture to replace the network provider’s wallpaper/name (p. 61).
Favorites
Create your own menu with frequently used functions, phone numbers or WAP pages (p. 58).
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Making a phone call
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Making a
phone call
Dialing with number keys
Redial previous numbers
The phone must be switched on
(standby mode).
To redial the phone number last
called:
J
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A
Enter the number (always
with prefix, if necessary
with the international dialing code).
§Clear§ A short press clears
the last digit, a long press
clears the entire number.
Press the Call key. The
phone number displayed
is dialed.
End call
B
Press the End key briefly.
The call is ended. Press
this key even if the person
on the other end of the
line has hung up first.
Set volume
E
G
You can activate adjustment of the handset volume with the control key
(at the top), but only during a call.
Set volume.
If a Car kit is used, its volume setting
does not affect the usual setting on
the phone.
A
Press the Call key twice.
A
Press the Call key once.
A
... to dial.
To redial other numbers that were
dialed previously:
G
Pick out the required
phone number from the
list, then press...
Note
Store number .........................p. 25
§Options§ Call lists.............................p. 33
§Hold§ Swap/Multi party .....................p. 22
y menu§ Call menu ..........................p. 24
§Call fwd.§ Call forward set ................p. 64
§Handsfr.§ Handsfree.........................p. 22
Voice dialing......................................p. 29
International dialing codes................ p. 82
Auto key lock .....................................p. 64
Phone number memo........................p. 84
Mute on .............................................p. 24
Phone number transmission off/on
(Hide ID)............................................p. 64
Control codes (DTMF).......................p. 80
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Making a phone call
When a 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
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Auto redial previous numbers
§Auto dial§ Press. The number is automatically dialed for up to
15 minutes at increasing
intervals. End with:
Or
B
End key.
L
Call back
§Call back§ Press. Your phone rings
when the busy number is
free. Press the Call key to
dial the number.
Or
Reminder
§Prompt§
Press. A beep reminds you
to redial the displayed
phone number after
15 minutes.
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Accept call
i
+498912345
Answer
Reject
The phone must be switched on
(standby mode). An incoming call
will interrupt any other use of the
phone.
§Answer§
Press.
Or
A
Press.
If the phone number has been transmitted by the network, it is displayed. If the number and the name
are stored in the Phonebook, the corresponding name is displayed instead. If set, a picture or an animation can be displayed instead of the
bell icon (p. 28).
Reject call
§Reject§
Press.
Or
B
Press briefly.
Note
Missed calls ...............................p. 33
Accept call using any key ..................p. 64
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Handsfree
Held call
You can put the phone aside during
a call. You can then hear the caller
via the loudspeaker.
You can call another number during
a call.
_
v
g
Carol
Handsfr.
<
v
y menu§
Open call menu.
Hold
The current call is put on
hold.
_
menu
Call held
§Handsfr.§ Activate handsfree
function.
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§Yes§
Handsfr.
G
Back
Activate.
_
g
<
g
menu
Control volume.
§Handsfr.§ Deactivate.
Note
To avoid damage to hearing always deactivate the "handsfree function" before
holding the phone to your ear!
y menu§ Call menu.......................... p. 24
Now dial the new phone number
(also from Phonebook: F).
When the new connection is established:
y menu§
Open call menu
Swap
Swap back and forth between both calls.
Call waiting/Swap
L
You may need to register for this
function with the service provider
and set your phone accordingly
(p. 64).
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:
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Making a phone call
Accept the waiting call
§Swap§
Accept the waiting call
and place the current call
on hold. To swap between the two calls, proceed as above.
End the current call:
B
§Yes§
Press. The following query is displayed: "Return to
the call on hold?"
Multi party
You have established a connection:
y menu§
Open menu and select
Hold. The current call is
put on hold. Now dial a
new number. When the
new connection is established ...
y menu§
... open menu and select
Multi party. The held call is
joined.
Return to the held call.
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The held call is ended.
Reject waiting call
§Reject§
Reject the waiting call.
The caller hears the busy
tone.
Or
§Call fwd.§ If this is set, the waiting
call will be forwarded to
the voicemail for example
(setting, p. 64).
End current call
B
End the current call.
§Answer§
Accept the new call.
L
Call up to 5 parties one by one and
link them together in a phone conference. Some of the functions described may not be supported by
your service provider or may have to
be enabled specially.
Or
§No§
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Repeat procedure until all participants are linked together (up to
5 participants).
End
B
All calls in the conference
are ended simultaneously
when the End key is
pressed.
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Call menu
The following functions are only
available during a call:
y menu§
Open menu.
Swap
(p. 22)
Hold
(p. 22)
Mute
Switch mute on/off. If
switched on, the person on
the other end of the line cannot hear you (muting).
Alternatively: * Hold
down.
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Handsfree (p. 22)
Volume
Adjust handset volume.
Multi party (p. 23)
Time
While the connection continues, the call duration is displayed.
Send
DTMF
tones
(p. 80)
Call
transfer
The original call is joined to
the second one. For you,
both calls are now ended.
Hauptmenü
Access to the main menu.
L
Call status List all held and active calls
(e.g. participants in a conference).
Note
Change phone code.......................... p. 18
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Phonebook
Phonebook Enter frequently used phone numbers in the Phonebook with a special
name. To dial them, simply highlight
the name. If a phone number is
stored with a name, it appears on
the display when you are called. Entries that belong together can be
combined to form a group.
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Open Phonebook (in
standby mode).
<Own numbers>
<New entry>
<Group>
J
Select <New entry>.
Activate input fields.
Make the following entries. The maximum
number of characters
available is shown at the
top of the display.
Number:
Enter phone number always with
prefix.
Name:
Enter (Text entry, p. 26).
Default: No group
§Change§
Entries can be organised
by groups (p. 30) for
example:
VIP, Friends, Business, Family
Default: SIM
§Change§
Select a storage location:
SIM, Protected SIM or Mobile
(p. 27).
Record no.:
Select
D
G
Group:
Location:
<New entry>
F
25
Each entry is automatically assigned
a number under which it can also be
selected (p. 26).
§Change§
Press to change the entry
number.
§Save§
Press to store the new
entry.
Note
<Group> ...........................................p. 32
<Own numbers> ..............................p. 83
§+List International dialing code .......p. 82
Assign animation...............................p. 28
Voice dialing......................................p. 29
Service numbers ...............................p. 84
Store control codes ...........................p. 80
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Phonebook
Text entry
Press number key repeatedly until the required letter is displayed. The cursor advances after a short delay.
Press once for a, twice for b
2
etc. The first letter of a name is
automatically written in UPPERCASE.
Hold down: Writes the digit.
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 delete the whole
name.
G
Move the cursor (forward/
back).
Press briefly: Switch between: abc, Abc,T9abc,
T9Abc, 123. Status indicator in
the top line of the display.
Hold down: All input modes
are displayed.
Press briefly: Select special
characters (p. 81).
Hold down: Open input menu
(p. 82).
Press once/repeatedly:
.,?!@/&~+-:
Hold down: Write 0
Space. Only with T9: Press
twice = skip line.
#
Call/search for an entry
F
Open Phonebook.
A
Dial number.
J/ G
Select a name with the
first letter and/or scroll.
Call with Record no.
A record number is automatically assigned to every new entry in the
Phonebook.
J
#
A
Enter record number (in
standby mode).
Press.
Press.
Edit entry
*
G
Select entry in the Phonebook.
0
G
§Options§
Press and select Edit.
1
J
§Save§
Select required input
field.
Make your changes.
Press.
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Phonebook
Phonebook menu
Location:
§Options
Open menu.
View
Display entry.
An entry can be moved to different
storage locations in the Phonebook
(change entry, p. 26).
Edit
Display entry for changes.
New
entry
Create a new Phonebook
entry.
Delete
Delete entry from the Phonebook.
Delete all Select storage location. Delete
all entries after confirmation.
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Voice di- Use voice dialing to make an
aling
entry (p. 29).
Send en- as vCard: Send Phonebook
try...
entry as vCard to recipient.
as text: Send entry as text of
an SMS message.
Animation
Assign an individual animation
to the phone number (p. 28).
Capacity Display the maximum memory
and the available capacity for
SIM, Protected SIM, phone
memory, animations and
voice dialing.
SIM (standard) ¢
Entries that are stored in the Phonebook on the SIM card can also be
used on a different GSM Phone.
Protected SIM ¡
L
Phone numbers can be stored in protected locations on a special SIM
card. A PIN 2 is needed for editing
(p. 17).
Mobile v
Phonebook entries are stored in the
memory of the mobile phone when
the memory of the SIM card is full.
Symbols in the opened entry
¢,¡,v
Storage location (p. 27)
›
Picture (p. 28)
Å,t,Ä,Ç
Groups (p. 30)
°
Voice dialing (p. 29)
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Phonebook
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Assign animation
Delete/change animation
Assign an individual animation to
phone numbers. This animation will
appear in the display when there is a
call from this number.
If an animation is assigned to a
phone number, it can be deleted or
replaced.
Assign animation
F
G
§Options
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§Select§
G
G
Select entry with animation in the Phonebook.
§Options§
Press.
Open Phonebook.
§Select§
Select entry.
§Delete
Open menu.
Or
§Select§
Select o Animation.
Select Own animat. or
Own pictures.
Select Animation.
§Load§
The preview p. 44 is
opened and the animation is displayed.
§Select§
The animation is assigned
to the phone number. It
appears with a symbol in
the Phonebook.
Select p Animation.
The assignment is cleared
after confirmation.
The current animation is
displayed.
Note
Animations can simply be pictures.
An animation can be assigned to several
phone numbers.
Add pictures/animations....................p. 45
Siemens City Portal...........................p. 19
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Phonebook
Voice dialing
You can dial phone numbers by simply saying a name.
Up to 20 voice recordings for voice
dialing or voice commands (p. 53)
can be stored in the phone (not on
the SIM card!).
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Record recording
F
G
E
Hold down. Start voice dialing (in standby mode).
Now say the name, the phone
number is dialed.
Note
Noisy environments may affect the recognizability.
Delete/redo recording
Select entry.
You can delete or redo the voice recording for a Phonebook entry.
Open menu.
Voice dialing
Select and confirm
with §Yes§.
Start the recording.
A short signal sounds. Now say the
name and repeat it when prompted
by a signal tone and a display
prompt. A beep confirms the recording that is saved automatically.
°
Apply voice dialing
Open Phonebook.
§Options§
§Start§
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Identification of entries
with voice dialing in the
Phonebook.
F
G
§Options
G
§Delete
Open Phonebook.
Select entry with voice dialing.
Open menu.
Select p Voice dialing.
Press. Delete voice recording with §Yes§. The Phonebook entry itself is not
affected.
Or
§Select§
You can play back the recording or redo it.
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Groups
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Groups
If there are many Phonebook entries
it is best to assign them to a group,
e.g.: VIP, Friends, Business, Family
§Menu§KGroupsKSelect function:
SMS to group
A memo (SMS) can be sent as a "circular" to all members of a group.
Each SMS is charged separately!
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G
Select a group
(the number of the entries is listed behind the
group name).
Å VIP
t Friends
Ä Business
(6)
(9)
(12)
Select
§Select§
J
A
A
Press. The group is confirmed and the editor is
opened.
Compose message.
Press. The first recipient is
displayed.
Press. The SMS is sent.
Each send operation must be confirmed. It is possible to skip individual recipients.
L
Call to group
You can call up to 5 group members
one by one and link them together in
a conference (function may need to
be enabled by the service provider).
G
Select a group.
G
Select the entries you
want to call.
§Select§
§Change§
Press. The members of
the group are listed.
Press. Mark entry/unmark
entry.
o
p
p
Anne
Barbara
Carol
Change
OK
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Groups
§OK§
A
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§Options
Confirm selection. The
first entry is dialed. When
the connection has been
established, the call is put
on hold.
Proceed by calling the
next entry until all marked
entries are called (up to 5,
depending on the service
provider).
Open menu e.g. to link
the calls on hold in a conference.
v
à (2)
Barbara
Next: Carol
Dial
Options
Call to group menu
§Options
Open menu.
Dial
Dial current entry.
Skip
Skip next number.
Multi party
Link all calls on hold in a
conference (p. 23).
Swap
Accept the waiting call and
put the current call on hold
(p. 22).
Hold
Put call on hold to call another entry.
Mute
Handsfree
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Switch mute on/off. If it is
switched on, the person on
the other end of the line
cannot hear you (muting).
Alternatively:
* Hold down.
Call via the loudspeaker.
Volume
Adjust handset volume.
Time
While the connection continues, the call duration is
displayed.
Send DTMF (p. 80)
tones
Call transfer L
The original call is joined to
the second one. For you,
both calls are now ended.
Hauptmenü Direct access to the main
menu.
Call status
List all held and active calls
(e.g. participants in a conference).
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Groups
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Group setup
Group entry menu
§Menu§KGroupsKGroup setup
Å VIP
t Friends
Ä Business
(6)
(9)
(12)
Rename
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G
§Options
Select
Open menu.
View
Display entry.
Edit
Open entry for changes.
New entry
Enter new member.
Remove
Remove entry only from the
group. It is still available in
the Phonebook.
Select a group.
§Rename§
Change group name.
Remove all
§Select§
Display members of the
group.
Remove all entries from the
group.
Voice dialing
Start voice dialing to an entry (p. 29).
Send entry...
as vCard: Send Phonebook entry to recipient.
as text: Send entry as text
of an SMS message.
Animation
Assign an individual animation to the phone number
(p. 28).
<New entry>
Barbara
Carol
View
Options
<New entry>
Make your entries as in
Phonebook (p. 25).
§View§
Display entry.
§Options
See below.
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Call log
Call log
Your phone stores the phone numbers of calls for convenient redialing.
§Menu§KCall log
G
Press.
§Select§
Press.
§Select§
G
A
Choose call list.
Select phone number.
Dial phone number.
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Or
§View§
Dialed calls
Access to the last ten numbers you
dialed.
A
The following call lists are available:
Missed calls
L
The phone numbers of calls
that you have received but not answered are stored for call back purposes.
Icon in standby mode for
missed call. When you
press the control key (on
the left), the phone
number is displayed.
Requirement: The network supports
the "Caller Identity" feature.
Received calls
L
All accepted calls are listed. Requirement:
The network supports the "Caller
Identity" feature.
Fast access in standby
mode.
Erase records
The contents of all call lists are
deleted.
Call list menu
The call list menu can be called up if
an entry is highlighted.
§Options§
Display information on
the phone number.
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Open call list menu.
View
View entry.
Edit
Load number into display
and correct it there if
necessary.
Save no. to
d
Store entry in the
Phonebook. (Only displayed if new no.).
Delete
Delete entry after
confirmation.
Delete all
Delete all entries of the call
list after confirmation.
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Messages (SMS)
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Messages
(SMS)
You may transmit and receive very
long messages (up to 760 characters) on your phone, which are automatically composed from several
"normal" SMS messages (note the
accruing charges).
Depending on the service provider,
e-mails and faxes can also be sent or
e-mails can be received via SMS
(change setting if necessary, p. 69).
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g
Service provider
01.10.2002
23:45
Menu
Press the control key on the left to
read the message.
Date/time
No./sender
Message
01.10.2002
23:45
017198987676
Do we meet tomorrow?
Reply
G
Pictures are shown in the message,
sounds are indicated as notes. If a
note is reached when scrolling
through the message, the corresponding sound is played (to send
pictures and sounds see p. 38).
Note
Display indicates a new
message.
]
Pictures or sounds can be part of messages you receive.
T
Read messages
]
Pictures and sounds in SMS
Options
Scroll through the message line by line.
§Reply§
Reply menu shown
below.
§Options§
Inbox/outbox menu
(p. 35).
Message storage full................p. 83
Use §highlighted§ phone no./URL .....p. 84
Reply menu
§Reply§
Open the reply menu.
Write message
Create a new reply
text.
Edit
Edit message received
or assign a new text
to it.
Answer is YES
Add YES to the
message.
Answer is NO
Add NO to the
message.
Call back
Delay
Thanks
Append a standard
text to the message as
a reply.
When the message has been edited
in the editor, it can be stored or sent
with §Options§.
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Messages (SMS)
Inbox/outbox
§Menu§KMessages
KInbox / or Outbox /
The list of saved messages is shown.
ƒ
…
…
Barbara
Carol
023598765432
View
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§Options§
Symbol
ƒ
…
Options
See below.
Inbox /
Read
Unread
Inbox/outbox menu
Different functions are available depending on the context:
§Options§
Capacity
Display maximum and
available capacity.
Mark as
unread
Mark the message as
unread.
Save no. to
d
Copy a selected phone
number to the Phonebook.
Move to
archive
Move message to the archive.
Send with... Change SMS profile before
sending (p. 69).
Archive
Outbox /
Not sent
Sent
Open menu.
View
Read entry.
Reply
Directly answer incoming
SMS messages.
Edit
Open editor for changes.
Delete
Delete selected message.
Delete all
Delete all entries after
confirmation.
Send
Dial number or select from
the Phonebook, then send.
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§Menu§KMessagesKArchive
The list of the messages recorded in
the archive is shown. Different functions are available depending on the
context.
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Archive menu
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§Options§
Open menu.
View
Read entry.
Mark
Highlight text to be edited.
Delete
Delete all
A
Q/ J
Press.
Dial number or pick out
from the Phonebook.
§OK§
Confirm. The message is
sent to the service center
for transmission.
Delete selected message.
§OK§
Return to the message.
Delete all saved messages
after confirmation.
§Options§
Open menu and select
Save to store the message.
Rename
Rename the entry.
Display in the uppermost line:
Sort
Set sort criteria (alphabetical, time).
Attributes
Display name, size and
date.
™
Display maximum and
available capacity for SMS
archive, special graphics
etc.
abc/Abc/ Lowercase/uppercase letters
T9abc/
and digits.
T9Abc/123
Capacity
Compose a message
§Menu§KMessagesKNew SMS
Text input using "T9" (p. 77)
allows you to quickly create long SMS messages
using just a few key entries.
J
§Delete§ Press briefly to delete letter by letter, hold
down to delete the entire
word.
™
SMS 1
We start at 8 a.m.
739
Example for T9 active.
SMS
Display title.
1
Number of the required SMS
messages.
739
Number of characters still
available.
Note
Insert pictures&sounds into text ........p. 38
If Message type, Validity period, Service
center are requested ....................... p. 69
Transmit ring tones............................p. 46
Send pictures ....................................p. 45
T9 information ..................................p. 77
Enter special characters....................p. 81
SMS status report..............................p. 85
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Messages (SMS)
Predefined text
Text menu
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§Options§
Open the text menu.
Send
Dial the number or select
from Phonebook, then send.
Save
Save SMS in the outbox list.
Picture &
Sound
Add pictures and sounds to
SMS (p. 38)
Format
Line feed
Small font, Medium font,
Large font
Underline
Left, Right, Center (align)
Mark text (highlight text with
the scroll key)
Clear text
Delete the whole text.
Insert text
Insert predefined text fragment.
Insert from Open Phonebook and copy
d
phone number into the message.
Insert URL Insert URL from the WAP
bookmarks in the text.
Text input
Send
with...
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T9 preferred: Activate/deactivate T9 input (p. 77).
Input language: Select the
language in which the message is to be composed
(p. 77).
Change SMS profile before
sending (p. 69).
Standard text fragments which can
be added to messages are stored in
the phone. You can also create five
additional text fragments yourself.
Write text fragments
§Menu§KMessagesKPredefined text
G
Select <New entry>.
J
Write text fragment.
§Save§
Press.
Use text fragments
J
§Options§
G
G
§Select§
Compose message.
Open the text menu.
Select Insert text.
Select text fragment from
the list.
Confirm. The text fragment is inserted in the
message at the cursor
position.
SMS to group
You can send messages (SMS messages) as "circulars" to all members
of a group (p. 30).
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Picture & Sound
Insert pictures and sounds in the
message (EMS, p. 81).
J
§Options§
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G
G
§Select§
G
§Select§
Compose the message.
Open the text menu at the
end of a word.
Select Picture & Sound.
The Pictures&Sound
menu opens:
Fix animations
Fix sounds
Select range.
Confirm.
The first entry of the selected range is displayed.
Scroll in the list to the required entry.
The picture/the animation
is inserted in the message. Sounds are indicated by a musical note.
Note
Playback only occurs on phones that support this function.
In input mode a musical note is shown instead of the sound.
Bitmap viewer ..................................p. 44.
Activate SMS profile
You can change the current profile
(change settings, p. 69).
§Menu§KMessagesKSMS profiles
G
§Select§
Select a profile.
Press to activate. The current profile is selected.
Irrespective of this setting, you may
always decide before sending an
SMS which profile you want to use
(see text menu §Options§KSend
with..., p. 37).
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Surf & fun
Surf & fun
Internet (WAP)
Start menu
Get the latest WAP 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 via WAP. Internet access may
require registration with the service
provider.
Homepage
The connection to the Internet provider's portal is
established (may be set/
preset by the service provider).
Bookmarks
Display up to 10 URLs
stored in the phone for fast
access.
L
Resume
Call up recently visited
pages that are still in the
memory.
The browser is activated as soon as
you call up the function. If necessary, set how the Internet access
should be made (see in the browser
menu SetupKStart with..., p. 40).
Profiles
Set up to 5 access profiles
(p. 68).
Inbox
Inbox for messages from
the WAP server.
Internet access
§Menu§KSurf & funKInternet
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The start menu appears, for
example:
Í Start menu
É
1 Homepage
2 Bookmarks
3 Resume
Select
G
§Select§
Select required function.
Confirm.
You can now surf the Internet. For
further instructions see p. 87.
Exit browser Close the browser and
clear down the connection.
End connection
B
Hold down to end the
connection.
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Browser menu
More ...
If the browser is active, the menu
can be activated as follows:
Profiles
Set up to 5 access profiles
(p. 68).
Reset
Delete the pages last visited (cache).
Setup
Font size
Protocol parameters
• Push
• Push can force online
• Timeout for unanswered
network requests
• GPRS linger time
Security
• Connection prompt
• Secure prompt
• Current certificate
• CA certificates
• Private Key PINs
• Encryption
Start with...
• Start menu
• Browsermenü
• Homepage
• Resume
• Bookmarks
About
Openwave
Display the browser
version.
A
Press
E
Í
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or
confirm.
Homepage
The first WAP Internet
page that is displayed after connection is established (may have been
set/preset by the service
provider).
Bookmarks
Display up to 10 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.
Go to URL
Enter URL for directly accessing an Internet address.
Show URL
Show the Internet address of the current page.
Reload
The page is reloaded.
Disconnect
End connection.
More ...
See below.
Exit browser Close the browser and
clear down the connection.
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Note
Homepage: The control key (left/right) may
be assigned functions that are controlled
online from the homepage of your service
provider such as "link" or "menu". The contents of the option menus are also variable.
Displays:
Í
Browser menu
É
Offline
Ê
Online
Ë
GPRS Online
Ì
No network
Enter special characters:
0
Press repeatedly for:
.,?!@/&~+-:
41
WAP profiles
Preparation of the phone for Internet
access depends on the service provider currently used:
• If the settings have already beenmade by your service provider you
may begin immediately.
• If access profiles have been assigned by your service provider select a profile and activate it.
• The access profile must be set
manually (p. 68).
WAP profiles may be barred from
manual setting by your service provider. If necessary, check with your
service provider for details.
Activate WAP profiles
You can change the current profile
each time before accessing the Internet.
§Menu§KSetup
KConnectivity
KWAP profiles
G
§Select§
Select a profile.
Press to activate. The current profile is selected.
Your Internet browser is licensed by:
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Games & more
Games and applications
Download games and other applications via WAP/HTTP (p. 86, p. 82).
You are advised about relevant applications on the Internet.
Applications and games that are already stored in the phone are found
under:
Downloading can start after a game/
application has been selected. You
can now use the application/play the
game.
§Menu§KSurf & funKGames & more
Internet
Games & more
Bitmap viewer
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Most applications include instructions.
Note
Java™ information ............................ p. 83
The ISP access for HTTP must be
configured to download applications p. 68
Activate an HTTP profile ................... p. 44
Activate a WAP profile ...................... p. 41
Sounds (ring tone) /
Vibrating alert on/off ......................... p. 62
For information on applications and
games please refer to your service
provider.
Select
Different functions are available
depending on which entry is
highlighted:
¦ Carry out game/application offline
§Select§
Executable application
can be started immediately.
§
Load game/application online
§Select§
README only (p. 82);
Application still has to be
downloaded.
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Receive information
If information which is required, say,
by an application that has already
been installed, is received via SMS
the ¦ symbol appears in the display.
By pressing the control key (on the
left), the relevant application is started and the information is processed.
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Note
The following key control is used for many
games (virtual joystick):
1 2 3
45 6
78 9
43
More info
Download further instructions via Internet (WAP), if
available.
Capacity
Display available capacity
(in kByte) for sound manager, bitmap viewer, Games &
More and SMS archive.
Attention
If you delete an application, all personal information contained in the application (e.g.,
game scores, shopping lists, etc.) will be
permanently deleted and will not be retrievable even if the application is re-installed. In
addition, if you delete an application, any
and all installed upgrades and/or extensions to the application will be permanently
deleted. Once an application has been deleted, it is not guaranteed that such application will be available for re-installation.
Games & More menu
HTTP profiles
All functions required for managing
your files are found in this Options
menu:
Preparation of the phone depends
on the service provider currently
used:
§Options§
Open menu.
• If the settings have already beenmade by your service provider you
may begin immediately.
Delete
Delete selected application.
Rename
Rename selected applications.
• If access profiles have been assigned by your service provider select a profile and activate it.
HTTP profiles
Select access profile
(p. 68).
• The access profile must be set
manually (p. 68).
Details
Show details of the application (name, version, size,
path, vendor).
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details.
Sort
Set sort criteria (alphabetical, date).
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Activate HTTP profile
§Menu§KSetup
KConnectivity
KHTTP profiles
Bitmap viewer
Set animations, wallpapers and
screensaver as required in your
phone.
G
Select a profile.
Start bitmap viewer
§Select§
Press to activate.
You will find animations/pictures
and links stored in the phone under:
WAP can be used to download applications from the Internet. The software preinstalled on your JavaTM-enabled mobile
phone will not be affected by the installation or operation of Internet applications.
Applications not designed to run on your
mobile phone may not function properly if
installed. You assume all risk for loss or
damage arising from any installation of
non-Siemens software, applications and/
or upgrades. ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING SPECIFICALLY THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED
AS TO ANY AND ALL APPLICATIONS,
SOFTWARE AND/OR UPGRADES NOT
INSTALLED BY SIEMENS. Installed applications, software and/or upgrades may
be lost or deleted in the event your mobile
phone is repaired or replaced. If installed
applications or software are deleted, all
personal information contained in the application or software and all associated upgrades will also be permanently deleted.
Once an application or software has been
deleted, it is not guaranteed that such application or software will be available for
re-installation. All liability for loss or damage arising from deletion of applications
and/or software is hereby expressly disclaimed.
§Menu§KSurf & funKBitmap viewer
Select storage location or
link:
G
Own animations
Own pictures
Different functions are available
depending on which entry is highlighted:
Own animations/Own pictures
G
Select folder.
§Select§
Press.
G
§Load§
Select animation/picture.
The animation/picture is
displayed.
Screensaver/Wallpaper
See picture menu §Options§ p. 45.
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Receive pictures
_
01.10.2002
—
Sort
Set sort criteria.
g
Attributes
Display name and size in
kByte.
12:30
Capacity
Display available capacity
(in kByte) for sound manager, bitmap viewer, Games &
More and SMS archive.
Menu
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If a picture (graphic/screensaver) has
been received via SMS the — symbol appears in the display. By pressing the control key (on the left), the
bitmap viewer is started and the picture is displayed.
When downloading via WAP, the bitmap viewer opens automatically. For
Internet addresses see p. 19.
Note
Pictures in the content of an SMS ..... p. 34
Bitmapviewer menu
§Options§
45
Open menu.
Screensaver/Wallpaper
Open bitmap viewer and activate the
required picture then:
§Menu§KSurf & funKBitmap viewerK
Own animat.
Own pictures
Bitmap menu
§Load§
Open menu.
If select Own animat.:
Load
Load new picture to the bitmap viewer.
As screen- Use current graphic as
saver
screensaver.
Load
Load new picture to the bitmap viewer.
Mark
Select the pictures/animations to be deleted.
Delete
Delete selected/highlighted
picture(s)/animation(s).
Load
Delete all
Delete all pictures/
animations.
As screen- Use current graphic as
saver
screensaver.
Rename
Rename picture/animation.
Use as
wallpaper
Use current graphic as (provider) wallpaper (see also
p. 61).
Delete
Delete selected picture.
Delete
Delete selected picture.
If select Own pictures:
Load new picture to the bitmap viewer.
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Sound manager
Sound manager menu
You can use the sound manager to
play and manage ring tones and melodies. If you wish, you can also
download further ring tones from
the Internet if you have stored URLs
(links).
Different functions are available depending on which entry is highlighted.
§Menu§KSurf & funKSound manager
A list of the stored ring tones/melodies is displayed:
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%
i
É
É
Ring tones/melodies that
were downloaded by
WAP/HTTP.
Unmodifiable ring tones
stored in the phone.
Surf online to download
ring tones/melodies.
§Internet§ The selected
Internet page is loaded.
§Internet§ Enter Internet
address (URL). You can
start downloading with
§OK§.
§Options§
Open menu.
Play
Play sound.
Ring tone
for...
Assign a function/an anniversary to the ring tone.
Volume
Set the playback volume.
Delete
Delete sound.
Rename
Rename sound.
Attributes
Display name, size and recording time.
Capacity
Display available capacity
(in kByte) for sound manager, bitmap viewer,
Games & More and SMS
archive.
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Receive melody
_
Ring tone for...
g
01/10/2002
–
12:30p
Menu
If a melody has been received via
SMS a note appears in the display.
Press the control key (on the left), to
start the sound manager.
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You can choose a special melody for
the call types/functions listed below.
§Menu§KSurf & funKSound manager
§Options§
G
G
When downloading via WAP/HTTP,
the sound manager automatically
opens as soon as the process is comleted (Internet addresses, p. 19;
WAP-Profil, p. 41; HTTP profile,
p. 43).
§Select§
G
§Select§
Open menu.
Select Ring tone for....
Select call type/function:
d Calls
Group calls
Other calls
Alarms
Messages
Cell broadcast
Confirm.
Choose a melody from
the list.
Confirm.
Note
For Other calls, a special ring tone can be
assigned to each of two phone numbers,
depending on your network provider.
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Organizer
Alarm clock
§Menu§KOrganizerKAlarm clock
Use this function to set a single time
for the alarm call. The alarm sounds
even when the phone is switched
off.
Appointments
§Menu§KOrganizerKAppointments
<New entry>
12/22 05:41p u
12/23 6:00p
View
z 07:30
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
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Change
On
§On§ / §Off§ Activate/deactivate the
alarm.
G
Display the set time and
dates for the alarm calls.
Set the time for the alarm
call (hh:mm).
Navigate to the days.
§Edit§
Set the days for the alarm
call.
§OK§
Confirm settings.
Note
y
y
z
New appointment
G
G
Select <New entry>.
Make the entries field by
field.
Type:
Setting
§Edit§
Options
Alarm clock switched on.
Alarm clock active (display in
standby mode).
Alarm clock switched off.
u
v
w
Memo. A text with up to
19 letters may be added.
Call. Enter phone number.
Shown with alarm.
Meeting.
Description: A short description can
be entered.
Reoccurrence: Select period for
repeating the alarm.
Date: Enter start date.
Time: Enter start time.
§Save§
Store the appointment.
Note
§Options§ See list menu, p. 49.
If an alarm is missed it appears in the list of
missed appointments (p. 51).
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Special events
§Menu§KOrganizerKSpecial events
Your phone will remind you of special events so you do not forget them
any more.
New event
G
G
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Type:
{
|
t
List menu
§Options§
Birthday
Anniversary
Special event
Name: Enter a short description.
Date: Enter start date.
Display entry.
Activate/
Deactivate
Activate or deactivate
alarm (only if the alarm has
not elapsed yet or is a
greeting).
Edit
Open appointment for
editing.
New entry
Enter new appointment.
Delete
Delete entry.
Delete all
Delete all appointments after confirmation.
Send entry...
as vCard: Send alarm to
recipient.
as text: Send alarm as
SMS message.
Capacity
Display number of entries.
Time: Enter start time.
Note
·
Copy name from the Phonebook.
§Options§ See list menu.
Special events are automatically set to recur annually.
If an alarm is missed it appears in the list of
missed appointments (p. 51).
50 entries for appointments and special
events and 10 entries for notes can be
made in the organizer.
Open menu.
View
Select <New entry>.
Make the entries field by
field.
49
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50
Notes
Reminder
An alarm will remind you of the
event twice:
• 24 hours before the date of the
event as entered.
New entry
G
Select <New entry>.
Send an SMS with standard (changeable) text.
§Options§
Open menu.
Call
Dial the phone number.
Save
Store the entry.
Pause
Repeat the alarm after
5 minutes.
Text menu
Off
Stop the alarm.
• On the day of the event with the
following options:
§Options§
SMS
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§Menu§KOrganizerKNotes
Use your phone as a scratchpad.
Open menu
If an alarm is missed (e.g. because
you are making a phone call) it appears in the list of missed appointments (p. 51) with the same options
as described above.
Note
An alarm sounds even when the phone is
switched off (the phone does not switch to
standby mode). To deactivate it press
any key.
Deactivate all alarms .........................p. 57
Ringer setting ...................................p. 62
Set time .............................................p. 66
i Alarm activated j Alarm deactivated.
§Pause§
Repeats the alarm after
5 minutes.
J
§Options§
Enter the text, up to
50 letters (with T9 support, p. 77).
Open menu.
Save
Store the entry.
Text input
(p. 77)
T9 preferred: Activate/
deactivate T9 input.
Input language: Select the
language in which the text
is to be composed.
Line feed
Enter line break.
Clear text
Delete the note.
Send
Send entry as text of an
SMS message.
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Organizer
Display entry
G
Select entry
§View§
Open note.
Notes menu
Missed appointments
§Menu§KOrganizerKMissed appmt.
Events with alarm which you have
missed are listed and can be
displayed.
View
Display entry.
Note
50 entries for appointments and special
events and 10 entries for notes can be
made in the organizer.
Edit
Display the entry for
changes.
Calculator
New entry
Enter a new note.
Delete
Delete entry.
Delete all
Delete all notes after
confirmation.
§Options§
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Open menu.
Confidential Protect notes entry with
phone code (p. 17).
Send
Send entry as text of an
SMS message.
Capacity
Display number of entries.
Note
We recommend that you do not store any
passwords (PIN, TAN etc.) as notes.
§Menu§KOrganizerKCalculator
J
G
Enter number
(up to 8 digits).
Function "+" or "-".
Or
§. =+ - * /§
J
#
Press control key repeatedly on the right.
Repeat procedure with
other numbers.
Result is displayed
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New entry Select, then if:
Calculator functions
§. =+ - * /§ Press control key repeatedly
on the right:
.
Set decimal point.
=
Result.
Addition.
+
Subtraction.
Multiplication.
*
Division.
/
±
Toggle between "+" and "-".
%
Convert to percentage.
Ï
Save the number displayed.
Ð
Retrieve the number saved.
e
Exponent (maximum of two
digits).
*
0
Special keys:
Set decimal point.
Add (hold down).
Currency conv.
§Menu§KOrganizer
KCurrency conv.
You may calculate the exchange
rates between three different currencies.
Enter the currency
If no currency has been entered yet,
press §OK§ for the first input.
Otherwise:
§Options§ Open menu
§List§
Press and select First currency.
§Select§
Confirm.
F
Select second field.
§List§
Press and select Second
currency (Foreign).
§Select§
Confirm.
§OK§
Confirm.
Calculator functions
§§. =§§
Press control key repeatedly
on the right:
.
Set decimal point.
=
Calculator result.
Ð
Retrieve a saved number from
the calculator.
Convert
Any combination of calculations
may be made between the entered
currencies.
G
Select a combination of
currencies from the list.
§Select§
Confirm.
J
#
Enter amount
(up to 12 digits).
The result is displayed.
§Repeat§ Repeat conversion
with other data.
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Calculator menu
§Options§
Open menu.
New entry
Enter two new currencies.
Change
Change the two currencies.
Delete
Delete the two currencies.
Delete all
Delete all currency
combinations.
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Voice command
Phone functions can be started by
simply saying a name. Up to 20 voice
recordings for voice dialing (p. 29)
or voice commands can be stored in
your phone (not on the SIM card!).
§Menu§KOrganizer
KVoice command
A list of the functions available is
displayed.
53
Apply
E
Hold down. Start voice
control (in standby
mode).
When you now say the command,
the function will be carried out.
Note
Noisy environments may affect the
recognizability.
Voice command menu
G
Select the required entry
with a voice command.
§Options§
Open menu.
Playing
Play back the recording belonging to the entry.
New samp- Redo the recording for an
le
entry.
G
Select a function.
Delete
Delete entry.
§Record§
Press.
Delete all
Delete all entries after
confirmation.
§Yes§
Confirm selected
function.
§Start§
Start recording.
A short signal sounds. Now say a
command corresponding to the
function and repeat it when prompted by a signal tone and a screen display. A beep confirms the recording
that will be saved automatically.
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Voice
message/
Mailbox
Voice message/Mailbox
Most service providers offer you an
external answering service. In this
voicemail, 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 calls,
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• if you are making a phone call
(and if Call waiting is not active,
p. 64).
If the voicemail service is not part of
your service provider's user package,
you will need to register for it and
the settings must be made manually.
The procedure described below may
vary slightly depending on the service provider.
Settings
L
Your service provider supplies you
with two phone numbers:
Voicemail number
You call this phone number to listen
to the voice mails left for you. To set
it up:
§Menu§KMessagesKVoice message
Select phone number from Phonebook or dial/change it and confirm
with §OK§.
Play back messages
L
A new voicemail can be announced
as follows:
\
Icon including beep.
Or
…
A text message announces a new voicemail.
Or
You receive a call with an automatic
announcement.
Call your voicemail and play the message(s) back.
1
Hold down (if necessary
enter voicemail number
once only).
Confirm with §OK§ or
§Mailbox§ depending on
your service provider.
Outside your home network, you
may need to dial a different voicemail number and enter a password
to access your voicemail.
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CB services
CB services Some service providers offer information services (info channels). If reception is activated, you receive
messages on the activated topics in
your "Topic list".
§Menu§KMessagesKCell broadcast
Reception
L
Selection from a list
§Options§
Open list menu.
If a topic is selected in the list you
can have a look at it, activate, deactivate, edit or delete it.
Auto display
You can activate and deactivate the
CB service. If the CB service is activated, the standby time of the phone
will be reduced.
CB messages are displayed in standby mode, longer messages are automatically scrolled. This display can
be activated/deactivated for all or
only new messages.
Read new CB
To switch to "full page view":
All unread CB messages are
displayed.
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Topic list
You can add an unrestricted number
of topics to this personal list from the
topic index (Topic index). You can
preset 10 entries with their channel
numbers (ID) and, if applicable, with
their names.
New topic
Select New topic.
• 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 confirm with §OK§.
#, then press §View CB§.
Topic index
L
The list of topics is displayed for you
to choose from. If none are displayed, you must enter the channel
numbers (ID) manually (Topic list).
Please contact your service provider
for details.
CB languages
You may define whether you want to
receive Cell Broadcast messages in a
specific language only or in all languages.
Displays
o, p
…
ƒ
Topic activated/deactivated.
New messages received on
the topic.
Messages already read.
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Profiles
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Profiles
If a profile is used, several settings
are made with one function.
• Five profiles are standard with default settings, they can be
changed however:
Normal envi.
Quiet environ.
Edit a default profile or create a new
personal profile:
G
Select profile.
§Options§
Open menu.
Noisy environ.
Change settings Select.
Car Kit
The list of available functions is
displayed:
Headset
• You can set two personal profiles
(<Empty>).
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Setup
• The special profile Aircraft mode is
fixed and cannot be changed
(p. 57).
If the phone is used by several people, they can each activate their own
settings by selecting their individual
profile.
Activate
§Menu§KProfiles
G
Select default profile or
personal profile.
§Select§
Activate the profile.
¾
½
¾
Normal envi.
Quiet environ.
Noisy environ.
Options
½
Select
Active profile.
Ringer setting ...................................p. 62
Vibra. alert ........................................p. 62
Volume .............................................p. 62
Call screening ...................................p. 63
Key tones .........................................p. 63
Info tones ..........................................p. 63
Appearance.......................................p. 61
Big letters ..........................................p. 62
Illumination .......................................p. 62
When you have finished setting a
function, you return to the profile
menu where you can change a further setting.
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Profiles
Aircraft mode
Profile menu
§Options§
Open menu.
Change settings Change profile
settings.
Copy from
Copy settings from
another profile.
Rename
Rename personal
profile.
Car Kit
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If an original Siemens Car Kit is used
(p. 96) the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is inserted into the cradle (p. 75).
Headset
If an original Siemens headset is
used (p. 95), the profile is activated
automatically as soon as the headset
is plugged in (p. 76).
All alarms (appointments, alarm
clock) are deactivated. It is not possible to modify this profile. When you select this profile, the phone is
switched off after a prompt.
Activate
G
§Select§
Scroll to Aircraft mode.
Activate the profile.
A security prompt must be
confirmed.
The phone switches itself
off automatically.
Normal operation
The next time you switch on the
phone and return to normal operation the default profile Normal envi.
will be activated.
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Favorites
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Favorites
§Menu§KFavorites
Create your own menu with frequently used functions, phone numbers or WAP pages.
The list of 10 entries available is preset. However you can change it according to your wishes.
Activate
G
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§Select§
Select the required entry.
Press.
Or
A
If the selected entry is a
phone number, you can
also call it with the
Call key.
Change settings
You can replace any preset entry (110) with another entry from the selection list of Favorites.
G
§Options§
Select the required entry.
Press.
Change settings
Select.
§Set§
G
§Set§
Press.
Select the new entry in the
selection list.
Press.
If you have selected a phone number
or a WAP favourite as a new entry,
the relevant application opens for
you to choose from.
Reset all
After confirmation and after entering the phone code, the default entries are set.
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Fast access key
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Fast access You can program an important
phone number or a function on the
key
control key (on the left) and the
number keys 2 to 9 (speed dialing
numbers). The phone number can
then be dialed or the function can be
started at the touch of a button.
Note
The control key (on the left) may already
have been preset by the service provider
(e.g. access to "} SIM-services "). It may
not be possible to modify this key assignment.
The soft key may sometimes be replaced
automatically by]/\ to access a new
message for example.
Screensaver ......................................p. 61
Illumination ........................................p. 62
Call screening....................................p. 63
Call forward .......................................p. 64
Favorites ...........................................p. 58
<empty>
Control key (on the left)
A function/number can be programmed on the control key (on the
left) for fast access.
Change
_
g
Service provider
01/10/2002
11:45p
Available key assignments:
Games & more ..................................p. 42
Internet..............................................p. 39
Phone number ..................................p. 59
Bitmap viewer ...................................p. 44
Sound manag....................................p. 46
New SMS ..........................................p. 34
Inbox ................................................. p. 35
Outbox ..............................................p. 35
Missed calls ......................................p. 33
Calls received ...................................p. 33
SMS to group ....................................p. 37
Call to group......................................p. 30
Alarm clock .......................................p. 48
Appointments ....................................p. 48
Special events...................................p. 49
Notes................................................. p. 50
Calculator..........................................p. 51
Currency conv...................................p. 52
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Internet
Menu
§Internet§
Press briefly.
§Change§
Scroll to the application in
the list.
• Assign a new application (e.g. New
SMS) to the control key (on the
left).
• Special case Phone number. Select a
name (e.g. "Carol") from the
Phonebook for assignment to the
control key (on the left).
§Select§
Confirm setting.
Apply
The setting "Carol" is used here only
as an example.
§Carol§
Hold down.
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Fast access key
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Speed dialing keys
Apply
Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as
speed dialing numbers for fast access. For available key assignments
see p. 59. Number key 1 is reserved
for the voicemail number (p. 54).
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 control key
(on the right) e.g.:
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In standby mode:
J
Press number key (2 - 9).
If the key is not assigned:
§Set§
Press.
Or
§New SMS§ Press briefly (if set with
New SMS for example).
§Change§
Scroll to the application in
the list.
Special case Phone number. Pick out a name for
assignment to the key
from the Phonebook.
Special case Bookmarks.
Select a URL for assignment of the key from the
bookmark list.
§Select§
Confirm setting.
In standby mode e.g.:
3
Press.
§New SMS§ Hold down.
Or simply
3
Hold down.
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Setup
Setup
Display
§Menu§KSetupKDisplay
KSelect a function
Language
Set the language of the display text.
When "automatic" is set, the language of your home 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 home service provider with
the following input:
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*#0000#A
Text input
T9 preferred
Activate/deactivate intelligent text
entry.
Input language
Select language in which the message is to be composed. Languages
with T9 support are marked by the
T9 symbol.
Screensaver
The screensaver shows a picture on
the display as soon as a period that
can be set by you has elapsed. The
function is ended by an incoming
call or by pressing any key. You can
also receive and store screensavers
via SMS/WAP.
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Screensaver menu
§Options§
Open menu.
Enable
Activate screensaver.
Style
Analog clock or Bitmap/
Animation.
Animation
Assign a Bitmap/Animation to the screensaver. The
screensaver is activated
automatically.
Preview
Display the screensaver.
Timeout
Set period after which the
screensaver starts.
Code protect.
Phone code protected termination of the screensaver.
Wallpaper (provider wallpaper)
Select a picture.
Appearance
You can select between two animations which are shown for example
when entering a PIN.
Own greeting
Your own greeting is displayed instead of an animation when you
switch on the phone.
§Change§
J
§OK§
On/Off.
Delete old message and
create new message.
Confirm change.
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Big letters
Vibra. alert
You can choose between two font
sizes for the display.
Can be switched on and off
(switching it off increases the
standby time).
To avoid being disturbed by the ringer, you can activate the vibrating
alert instead. The vibrating alert can
also be activated in addition to the
ringer (e.g. in a noisy environment).
This function is deactivated when
the battery is being charged.
Contrast
Volume
You can set the display contrast.
You can set the volume separately
for the following call types/functions.
Illumination
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G
Press control key at the
top/at the bottom repeatedly to set the display
contrast.
G
Audio
§Menu§KSetupKAudio
KSelect a function.
You can set the tones that sound in
specific situations to suit your particular tastes.
Ringer setting
On/Off
Beep
Activate/deactivate all
ring tones.
Reduce ringer to a short
beep.
Note
k
Display: Beep.
j
Display: Ringer off.
Switch off ringer ................................ p. 86
§Select§
G
§Select§
Select:
d Calls
Group calls
Other calls
Alarms
Messages
Cell broadcast
Press.
Set volume.
Confirm.
Note
Displays rising volume.
If two independent phone numbers are
registered for your phone, you can set different volumes for them (p. 73).
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Setup
L
Ring tones
Call screening
You can assign special ring tones to
the call types/functions listed below .
Only calls from numbers that are in
the Phonebook or in a predefined
group are signalled audibly or by vibrating alert. Other calls are only displayed.
G
§Select§
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G
§Select§
Select:
d Calls
Group calls
Other calls
Alarms
Messages
Cell broadcast
Press.
If you do not accept these calls, they
are forwarded to your voicemail
(if set, p. 54).
Note
l
Display:
when call screening is
activated.
Choose ring tone.
Key tones
Confirm.
You can set the acoustic key tone:
Click or Tone or Silent
Note
Sound manager ................................ p. 46
You can receive individual ring tones via
SMS (p. 34) or download them via WAP
and HTTP (p. 46).
Minute beep
During the call, you hear a beep after
every minute as a reminder of the
time elapsed.
Info tones
Set service and alarm tones:
On/Off
Activate/deactivate alarm
tones.
Extended If activated, service tones
are reproduced for an
extended range of
functions.
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Setup
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Keys
Phone setup
Any to answer
Call waiting
Use any key to accept incoming calls
If you are registered for this service,
you can check whether it is set and
you can activate/deactivate it
(p. 22).
§Menu§KSetupK Keys
KSelect a function.
(except
B ).
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Auto key lock
If Auto key lock is activated, the keypad is locked automatically if no key
has been pressed for one minute in
standby mode. This prevents the
phone from being used accidentally.
However you can still be called and
you can still make an emergency
call.
The keypad can also be directly
locked and unlocked as follows.
#
Hold down.
§Menu§KSetupKPhone setup
KSelect a function.
L
L
Hide ID
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 activate the "Hide ID" mode for the
next call or for all subsequent calls.
You may need to register separately
with your service provider for these
functions.
Key tones
Call forward
You can set the type of acoustic key
tone:
You can set the conditions for which
calls are forwarded to your voicemail
or other numbers.
Click or Tone or Silent
All calls
All calls are forwarded.
n
L
Symbol in the top line of
the display in standby
mode.
Receiving fax
L
Fax calls are forwarded to a
number with a fax connection.
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Setup
Receiving data
L
Data calls are forwarded to a
phone number with a PC connection.
Status check
You can check the current call forwarding status for all conditions.
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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. on a new
SIM card).
Clear all
L
All set forwardings are cleared.
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Note
Note that the call forward is stored in the
network and not in the phone (when the SIM
card is changed for example).
Check condition or delete it
First select the condition.
§Select§
Press.
Check status Select
or
Delete
Select.
Reactivate call forward
The last call forward has been stored. Proceed as with "Set forward". The stored
phone number is displayed. Confirm
number.
Edit phone number
Proceed as with "Set forward". When the
stored number is displayed:
§Delete§
Press. The phone number is
deleted.
Enter new number and confirm.
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Setup
§Menu§KSetupKPhone setup
K Select a function.
Fact. settings
The phone is reset to the default values (factory setting) (does not apply
to SIM card and network settings).
Alternative input in standby mode:
* #9999#A
Phone identity
The phone ID (IMEI) is displayed. This
information may be useful for customer service.
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Alternatively enter in standby mode:
*#06#
Clock
§Menu§KSetupKClock
KSelect a function.
Time/date
The clock can be set correctly at
start-up.
§Edit§
J
Press.
First enter the date
(month/day/year), then
the time (including seconds).
Note
If the battery is removed for more than
about 30 seconds, the clock must be reset.
Setting of the date format to:
DD:
Day (2-digit)
MM:
Month (2-digit)
YYYY: Year (4 digit)
Time zones
This allows you to change which
time zone you are in.
Format date
DD.MM.YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY
12-hr Mode/24-hr Mode
This lets you choose between the
mode of the clock.
Auto display
The time display in standby mode
can be switched on and off.
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Setup
Connectivity
Auto off
The phone switches off each day at
the set time.
Activate:
§Time§
J
§OK§
Press.
Enter time (24 h clock).
Confirm.
Deactivate:
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§Manual§
Press.
§OK§
Confirm.
Auto timezone
L
If this feature is activated, you
will be asked if you want to change
the time whenever you cross into a
new time zone (if this feature is supported by the network with which
you are registering).
§Menu§KSetupKConnectivity
KSelect a function.
GPRS
(General Packet Radio Service)
L
GPRS is a new method for transmitting data faster in the mobile network. If you use GPRS, you can be
connected to the Internet permanently if the network capacities
suffice.
Some service providers do not yet
support this service.
§Yes§/§No§
Activate or deactivate
GPRS function.
Shown in the display:
«
ª
©
GPRS activated.
GPRS available.
GPRS connection active.
GPRS is established, but
(GPRS) coverage is
searching
Data counter
Display of information on the connectivity status.
Authentication
§Edit§
Activate encrypted WAP
dial-up via GPRS (CHAP
Challenge Authentication
Procedure) or deactivate
it (PAP Personal Authenti-
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Setup
68
cation Procedure).
WAP profile settings
Up to 5 WAP profiles can be set (may
be barred by the service provider).
The entries may vary depending on
your service provider. To set a new
profile:
G
Select profile.
§Edit§
Open menu.
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G
§Edit§
Select profile range and
make your settings/entries field by field.
The entry card is displayed.
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details:
Profile
name:
CSD settings
(Circuit
Switched
Data)
Dial-up no.: Enter ISP
number.
Call type: Select ISDN or
Analogue.
Login name: Enter login
name.
Password: Enter password
(shown as a series of
asterisks).
GPRS
settings
(General
Packet
Radio
Service)
GPRS deactivated: Yes/No.
APN: Enter the address of
your service provider.
Login name: Enter login
name.
Password: Enter password
(shown as a series of
asterisks)
§Save§
The settings are stored
and the profile list is
shown.
Enter/change name.
WAP Pa- IP address: * Enter IP
rameters address.
L
Port: * Enter port number.
Homepage: Enter homepage
(p. 39), if not set by the service
provider.
Linger time: Enter time in
seconds after which a connection should be ended if no input or data exchange takes
place.
*) depends on the service
provider, if necessary enter
2nd IP address and 2nd
port.
Activate the set WAP
profile (p. 41).
Set HTTP profiles
Up to 5 profiles can be defined (may
have been barred by the service provider). The settings have normally
been carried out by the service provider in advance. To set a new profile:
G
Select profile.
§Options§
Open menu.
Change settings
Select and confirm.
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Setup
G
§Edit§
Select profile range and
make your settings/entries field by field.
The entry card is
displayed.
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details:
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HTTP pa- Linger time: Enter time in secrameters onds after which a connection
should be terminated if no input or data exchange takes
place.
CSD settings
(Circuit
Switched
Data)
Dial-up no.: Enter ISP
number.
Call type: Select ISDN or Analogue.
Login name: Enter login
name.
Password: Enter password
(shown as a series of asterisks).
GPRS
settings
(General
Packet
Radio
Service)
APN: Enter the address of
your service provider.
Login name: Enter login
name.
Password: Enter password
(shown as a series of asterisks).
DNS1/DNS 2: (optional)
§Save§
The settings are stored
and the profile list is
shown.
Activate the set HTTP profile (p. 44).
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Set SMS profiles
§Menu§KSetupKConnectivity
KSelect a function.
A maximum of 5 SMS profiles can be
set. They define the transmission
characteristics for an SMS. The presetting depends on the SIM card inserted.
To set a new profile:
G
Select profile.
§Options§
Open menu.
Change settings Select and confirm.
Service
center
Enter or change the phone
numbers of the service centre
as supplied by the service provider.
Recipient Enter the standard recipient
for this transmission profile or
select from the Phonebook.
Message Manual
type
The message type is requested for each message.
Standard text
New
You may need to obtain the
required code number from
your service provider.
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Validity
period
Status
report
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L
Setup
Select the period in which the
service center tries 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.
You are given confirmation of
the successful or unsuccessful delivery of a sent message.
This service may be subject to
a charge.
Direct
The reply to your message is
reply L handled via your service centre when Direct Answer is
activated (for information
please contact your service
provider).
SMS via
GPRS
L
When this function is activated, SMS messages are automatically sent via GPRS
(if available).
Requirement: GPRS is activated (p. 67). Ensure that
your service provider offers
this function.
Fax/data mode using a PC
§Menu§KSetupKConnectivity
KFax/data mod.
KSelect a function.
With the phone and a connected PC,
you can transmit and receive faxes
and data. Appropriate software for
data communication/fax 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. Different networks support different types
of fax/data reception; please contact
your service provider for details.
Send vce/fax
L
Set this function on the phone before
transmission so that you can switch
from voice mode to fax mode.
While the connection is being setup,
the following function is available
for two seconds:
§Voice/fx§
Switch to Send vce/fax
mode; you may now send
a fax.
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Setup
Voice/fax rec
(Only if a special fax or data number
is not available).
Start the required communication
program in your PC and switch on
the function at the phone during the
call (the PC accepts the connection).
Security
End transmission
End transmission with PC software
and/or press B.
Codes
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Rec fax/data
L
Your service provider has given
you a number for telephoning and a
fax/data number.
The call is signalled by a special ringer 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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§Menu§KSetupKSecurity
KSelect a function.
The phone and SIM card are protected against misuse by several security
codes.
PIN control, Change PIN, Change PIN 2,
Change Phonecode, see p. 17.
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Only ‚
Setup
L
Barrings
L
All outgoing
All outgoing calls except emergency
number 112 and 911 are barred.
(PIN 2 protected)
The dialing options are restricted to
SIM protected numbers in the
Phonebook. If only area codes are
entered, the relevant phone numbers can be added to these manually
before dialing.
This SIM only
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(Phone code protected)
Your phone is prevented from being
used with a different SIM card.
L
Barring restricts the use of your SIM
card (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.
All incoming
The phone is barred for all incoming
calls (the forwarding of all calls to
the voicemail offers a similar effect).
When roaming
You do not receive calls when you
are outside your home network. This
means that no charges are incurred
for incoming calls.
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Setup
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 cleared. A password
which the service provider will give
you is necessary for this function.
Network
§Menu§KSetupKNetwork
KSelect a function.
Line
L
This function is only displayed if it is
supported by the service provider.
Two independent phone numbers
must be registered on the phone.
Select
Select the currently used phone
number.
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Display the current phone
number.
Note
Settings for phone numbers ..............p. 86
Lock line
(Phone code protected)
You may limit usage to one phone
number.
Network info
The list of GSM networks currently
available is displayed.
²
Indicates forbidden service providers (depending
on SIM card).
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Setup
Choose network
Your service provider is displayed:
The 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 info list
is rebuilt when Auto networkis set.
§List§
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Auto network
Activate/deactivate, see also "Choose
network" above. If "Automatic network" is activated, the next network
is dialed in the order of your "preferred networks". Otherwise a different network can be selected manually from the list of the available GSM
networks.
Net operator
A list of all known GSM network providers worldwide is displayed with
the current codes.
Pref. network
The service providers you prefer
when you leave your home network
can be entered here (e.g. if there are
several networks that differ in price).
Note
If the field strength of the preferred network
is not strong enough when you switch the
phone on, the mobile phone may register in
a different network. This can change when
the telephone is next switched on or if you
manually select another network.
Display list of preferred
networks.
Fast search
When this function is active, network reconnection is speeded up
(standby time is reduced).
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Setup
User group
§Menu§KSetupKNetwork
KSelect a function.
L
If offered by the service provider,
this service enables groups to be
formed. These have access for example to internal (company) information or special tariffs apply to them.
Check with your service provider for
details.
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Active
Activate/deactivate function. "User
group" must be deactivated for normal phone use (phone code, p. 17).
Select group
You may select or add groups other
than the preferred groups (see below). The service provider supplies
you with code numbers for the
groups.
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 grp
If activated, only calls within this
standard user group can be made
(depending on the network configuration).
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Accessories
§Menu§KSetupKAccessories
KSelect a function.
Car Kit
If an original Siemens Car Kit is used
(p. 96) the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is inserted into the cradle.
User-definable settings
Auto answer
(factory default: off)
Calls are accepted automatically after a few seconds. Eavesdropping is
possible!
±
®
Indication on the display.
Switch between the
phone and Car Kit Portable during a call.
Auto off
(factory default: 2 hours)
The phone is powered by the car's
power supply. The time between
switching off the ignition and deactivation of the phone can be adjusted.
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Setup
Automatic settings:
• Permanent illumination:
switched on.
• Auto key lock: switched off.
• Charging the phone battery.
• Automatic activation of the Car Kit
profile (p. 57) when the phone is
inserted.
Headset
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If an original Siemens Headset is
used (p. 95) the profile is automatically activated when the headset is
plugged in.
User-definable settings
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 the Call key or PTT
key (Push To Talk) when the key lock
is activated.
Auto answer
If you fail to notice an incoming call there is
a risk that it may be overheard by others.
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Text entry with "T9"
Text entry
with "T9"
"T9" deduces the correct word from
the individual key entries by making
comparisons with an extensive dictionary.
You simply press the keys where the
relevant letter is located once only.
For "hotel", for example:
Setup
4 6 8 3 5
§Menu§KSetupKDisplayKText input
#
Press briefly for T9Abc then
Activate, deactivate T9
1
p
Do not use special characters such as
Ä but write the standard character,
e.g. A, T9 will do the rest for you.
T9 preferred Select.
§Change§
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Activate T9.
Confirm.
™ on the display indi-
cates for example whether lowercase/uppercase is
active.
Select input language
Select the language in which you
want to compose your message.
Input language Select.
§Select§
Note
0
F
#
Confirm, the new language is set.
Languages with T9 support are marked by the
T9 symbol.
Create a word using T9
Since the display changes as you
proceed
it is best if you finish a word without looking at the display.
Press. A blank ends a
word.
*
Full stop. Ends a word when a
blank follows. Acts as a wildcard character for an apostrophe/hyphen in the word:
e. g. §provider.s = provider’s.
Press control key at the bottom
to end a word.
Press briefly: Switch between: abc, Abc,T9abc,
T9Abc, 123. Status indicator in
the top line of the display.
Hold down: All input modes
are displayed.
Press briefly: Write special
characters (p. 81).
Hold down to open the input
menu (p. 82).
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Text entry with "T9"
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T9 word suggestions
Correct a word
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.
Words created using T9:
The word must be §highlighted§.
Then press
»
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»
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 may be written without
T9.
™ SMS 1
At 8 h we are ___
Spell
748
»
To add a word to the dictionary:
§Spell§
Select.
The last suggestion is deleted and
the word may now be entered without T9 support. Press §Save§ to add it
automatically to the dictionary.
G
»
§Clear§
Move word by word to the
left/right 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 created using T9:
G
§Clear§
J
Move character by character to the left/right.
Deletes the character to
the left of the cursor.
Characters are inserted at
the cursor position.
Note
Within a "T9 word", individual letters may
not be edited without removing T9 first. 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.
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Display symbols (selection)
Display
symbols
(selection)
Display indicators
_
h
d
n
j
k
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l
i
y
µ
¢
¡
v
²
p, o
Q
Signal strength.
Charging.
Battery level.
All calls are forwarded.
Ringer off.
Short ringer (beep) only.
Ringer only, if the caller is stored
in the Phonebook.
Alarm set.
Alarm clock active.
Key lock active.
Phone numbers/names:
On the SIM card
On the SIM card (PIN 2
protected).
In the phone memory.
No network access.
Function activated/deactivated.
Phonebook.
ABC/ Indicates whether upper- or lowAbc/abc ercase letters are active.
™
«
ª
Text input with T9.
GPRS activated.
GPRS available.
GPRS is established, but
(GPRS) coverage is searching.
¦ WAP Online.
Ë
Ì
®
œ
³
±
WAP via GPRS Online.
WAP No network.
Headset mode.
Loudspeaker Car Kit.
Additional handset mode.
Car Kit active.
Auto answer feature on.
Organizer symbols
u
w
v
{
|
t
Memo.
Meeting.
Call.
Birthday.
Anniversary.
Important event.
Control key (on the left/on the right)
] Message received.
\ Voicemail received.
—
–
T
}
·
»
Unanswered call.
Picture received.
Meldody/ring tone received.
SIM memory full.
SIM services.
Store in Phonebook.
Retrieve from Phonebook.
T9 word selection.
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Notes A-Z
Control codes (DTMF)
CSD
Send control code
You can enter control codes (digits)
during a call so that an answering
machine can be controlled remotely.
These digits are directly transmitted
as DTMF tones (control codes). The
sounds can also be heard when the
microphone is switched off.
(Circuit Switched Data)
y menu§
Open call menu.
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Send DTMF tones Select.
Use the Phonebook
Store phone numbers and control
codes ( DTMF tones) in the Phonebook like a normal entry.
J
0
J
0
J
§ Save §
Enter phone number.
Press until a "+" appears
on the display (pause for
connection setup).
Enter DTMF signals
(digits).
If necessary enter further
pauses of three seconds
each to ensure correct
processing at the destination.
Enter a name.
Press.
You can also store the DTMF tones
(digits) without a phone number and
send them during a call.
Data transfer is made via a data connection to a default IP address of
your network provider or service provider. This connection can be used
for the exchange of data (e.g. for acces to the Internet or for downloading games and applications as well
as for using WAP services).
As long as this connection is established in order to use services or to
download applications from the Internet, charges for connection accrue according to the price list of
your network provider or service
provider.
Call forward set
§Call fwd.§
Forwards the caller to the voicemail,
for example, if Busy (p. 64) is set and
the Call waiting (p. 64) function is
activated.
Emergency number(SOS)
By pressing the control 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).
This must only be used in real emergencies!
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EMS
Extending numbers in the
Phonebook
(Enhanced Messaging Service)
Besides (formatted) texts, you can
also send
• pictures (bitmaps),
• sounds,
• animations (sequence of 4 pictures)
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using the EMS.
The segments specified above can
be together or transmitted individually on an SMS. With EMS, pictures
and sounds can also be sent (e.g. as
ring tones and screensavers). This
can cause messages that exceed the
length of a single SMS. In this case a
concatenation of individual segments to a single message is made.
Enter special characters
*
¿ ¡
Press briefly. The character
map is displayed:
_ ;
% ~ "
’
.
,
? !
+ -
*
/
(
< = >
¥ $ £ € # @ \
1) Line skip
)
:
& § ¤ 1)
G
Navigate to character.
§Select§
Select character.
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When entering a phone number in
the Phonebook, digits can be replaced by a question mark "?":
*
Hold down.
These wildcards must be completed
for the call.
Select the phone number in the
Phonebook to call:
A
J
A
Press.
Replace "?" with digits.
Press to dial phone
number.
GPRS
(General Packet Radio Service)
L
GPRS is a new method for transmitting data in the mobile network faster. If you use GPRS, you can be connected to the Internet permanently
if the network capacities suffice.
Some service providers do not yet
support this service.
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HTTP
International dialing codes
(Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
Many international dialing codes are
stored in your phone.
HTTP is the name for the protocol
that controls transmission of data in
the Internet. Via HTTP connections,
you can download applications and
games (Games & More, p. 42) and
ring tones (sound manager, p. 46)
for several voices (polyphone ring
tones) from the Internet. For information on the configuration of the
HTTP connection using HTTP profiles
see p. 68.
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Input menu
During text input:
*
Hold down. The input
menu is displayed:
Format
Mark text
Copy/Add
Input language
In standby mode (0 is not necessary when dialing from the Phonebook):
0
§ +List §
Hold down until a "+" is displayed. This replaces the
first two digits of the international dialing code.
Press.
Select the required country. The international dialing code is displayed.
Now add the national number (in
many countries without the first digit) and press the Call key.
JAD § and JAR ¦
Three file types occur when using
Java™:
The JAD file (Java Descriptor)
These files contain information on
the application (JAR file) and their
address for downloading. By activating a JAD file, the connection to the
Internet is established and the executable application is loaded.
The JAR file (Java archive)
This file includes the executable application. By activating a JAR file, the
application is started.
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Combined files
Operating times
These files result from JAR files being
loaded via JAD files. In this case the
JAD file is inserted into the JAR file.
The display icon is the same as for
JAR files.
The operating times depend on the
operating conditions:
The following icons appear when using
Java™:
JAD file
JAR file
§
¦
Java™
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Java™ allows you to use numerous
games and applications on your mobile phone. You can download these
applications from the Internet and
install them on your mobile phone.
The application can be started after
installation. Please refer to the operating instructions for each application.
Siemens does not guarantee that the
downloaded and installed Java applications work well with your mobile
phone (see also p. 44).
T Message storage full
The SIM memory is full when the
message symbol flashes. No more
SMS messages can be received. Delete or save messages (p. 35).
Operation
carried out
Time Decrease in the
(min) standby time by
Calling
1
30 to 60 minutes
Display back 1
light *
30 minutes
Network
search
5 to 10 minutes
1
* key input, games, organizer etc.
If the phone is exposed to heat the
standby time is considerably reduced. Avoid exposing the phone to
direct sunlight or placing it on a radiator.
Outside the home network
If you are outside your "home network" your phone automatically selects a different GSM network
(p. 74).
Own numbers
You can enter your "own numbers"
in the Phonebook (e.g. fax) for information. These numbers can be
changed or deleted and also sent as
an SMS.
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Phone number memo
Quick menu selection
If you enter a number with the keypad during a call, the person on the
other end of the line can hear the
numbers being entered. It can be
stored or dialed after the current call
has ended.
All menu functions are numbered internally. By entering these numbers
one after the other the function may
be started at once.
Phone number/URL in SMS
§ Menu §
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Numbers §highlighted§ in the message
can be dialed (press A) or they can
be stored in the Phonebook (p. 25).
URLs (Internet addresses) and the
HTTP download can be accessed directly (press A). Check your WAP
(p. 41) and HTTP settings (p. 43)!
Quality declaration for battery
The capacity of your mobile phone
battery is reduced each time you
charge/discharge it. Storing the battery at temperatures that are too
high or too low also causes a gradual
loss of capacity. This can cause the
operating times of your mobile
phone to reduce significantly per usage cycle.
The battery is, however, designed to
be charged and fully discharged
within a period of six months from
when the mobile phone was purchased. Following this six-month period, we recommend replacing your
battery if you experience a significant drop in performance. Only purchase original Siemens batteries.
For example, to compose a new
SMS:
1
1
Press.
for Messages
for New SMS
If your service provider offers additional functions (SIM services) in the
menu system, the numerical order
may change.
Service numbers
Numbers that you are offered by
your service provider may be stored
in the Phonebook. You can call local
or nationwide information services
or use services of the service provider.
Signal strength
_ Strong signal.
^ A weak signal reduces the
call quality and may lead
to loss of the connection.
Change your location.
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SIM card problems
SMS status report
You have inserted your SIM card, b ut
the following message appears:
If the phone was unable to send the
message to the service center a retry
option is available. If this attempt
also fails, contact your service
provider.
Please insert SIM card
Please ensure that the card is correctly inserted and the contacts are
clean; if necessary, clean them with
a dry cloth. If the card is damaged,
please contact your service provider.
See also "Questions & Answers",
p. 89.
SIM services ( optional)
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L
Your service provider may offer special applications such as mobile
banking, stock market etc. via the
SIM card.
If you have such a SIM card the SIM
services will appear at the top of the
main menu or directly above the
control key (on the left).
}
Symbol of the SIM
services.
If there is more than one application
they are displayed in the "SIM services" menu.
§Menu§KSIM serv
With the SIM services menu, your
phone is ready for the future and will
support additions to your service
provider's user package. For further
information, please contact your
service provider.
The message sent! text only indicates
that the message has been transmitted to the service center which now
tries to deliver the message within a
certain period.
See also "Validity", p. 69.
SMS Push
This function allows you to call up an
Internet address (URL) directly from
an SMS you received. After selecting
it, the URL is highlighted. By pressing
the Call key A the WAP browser is
automatically started and the highlighted Internet address is called up.
Software version
To display the software version of
your phone in standby mode enter:
* # 0 6 #, then press §Info§.
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Two phone numbers
Switch off the ringer only for the
current call/alarm (not if "Any key answer" p. 64, is active):
Special settings can be made for
each phone number (e.g. melody,
call forward etc.). Switch to the required number first.
*
Hold down.
The call is still displayed. When you
now accept or reject the call or
switch the phone off and on again,
this function is ended.
Switch on/off all sounds
All signal tones (also the ringer) can
be deactivated and activated in
standby mode:
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Switch off ringer
*
Hold down.
A call is still displayed. Vibrating alert
remains active if it has been activated previously. The audio settings are
not affected. By switching the phone
off and on again, this function is also
ended (see also p. 86).
To switch the phone number/line in
standby mode:
0
§Line 1§
Press.
Press.
WAP
(Wireless Application Protocol)
A technical standard that is the basis
of the connection between mobile
radio networks and the Internet.
WAP enables mobile surfing using
the mobile phone in the Internet,
downloading of games and applications and the use of WAP services
such as news, stock exchanges or
information.
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WAP usage
Bookmarks (URL)
Start with...
You can set which functions are to
be displayed after Internet access:
You can store a list of your favourite Internet addresses (URL)
in the phone (available offline and
online, depending on the service
provider):
A
Open the browser menu.
More ...
Select.
Setup
Select.
Start with...
Select, then select from
the list:
Start menu
Browsermenü
A
Online (save):
Add bookmark
The current WAP address
is added as a bookmark.
Offline (save):
(Empty)
Select.
Bookmarks
§Menu§
Open menu.
§Edit§
Select, enter name/header and URL and confirm.
Save§
Press.
A
Apply:
Open the browser menu.
Go to URL Select.
J
Open the browser menu.
Resume
Enter the Internet address (URL)
A WAP page must be shown on the
display (online or offline). Then:
A
Save:
Bookmarks Select.
Homepage
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Enter URL and confirm.
The connection is established.
Special characters for WAP usage:
0
Press repeatedly for:
.,?!@/&~+-:
Open the browser menu.
Bookmarks Select.
G
Select entry.
§Go§
The selected call is set up.
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Changing the home page
The address of the homepage is entered in the (access) profile (p. 69).
You can change it in standby mode
(if permitted by the service
provider!):
§Menu§KSetup
KConnectivity
KWAP profiles
Select the profile for example:
e-Commerce Select.
§Edit§
The entry card is displayed.
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WAP Parameters, then select
Homepage.
J
§Save§
Enter new address. Go to
the end of the entry card.
Press.
Without SIM card
If you switch on the phone without
SIM card, you can use a few functions of the phone.
§ Menu §
Press control key (on the
right). The functions are
displayed.
§ SOS §
Emergency number, SOS
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Questions&Answers
Questions&A
nswers
89
In addition we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below.
Question
Possible causes
Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long
be switched on. enough.
Possible solution
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".
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Standby time is Frequent use of the organizer and Restrict use if necessary.
too short.
games.
Speed search active.
Deactivate speed search (p. 74).
Display illumination on.
Switch off display illumination (p. 62).
Unintentional keystrokes
(illumination!).
Activate key lock (p. 64).
Charging error Battery totally discharged.
(charge icon
not displayed).
SIM error.
1) Plug in charger cable.
2)Wait up to 2 hours until the charge icon is displayed.
3) Charge battery as usual.
Temperature out of range:
41° Fahrenheit to
104 °Fahrenheit.
Make sure the ambient temperature is right, wait a
while, then recharge.
Contact problem.
Check power supply and connection to the phone.
Check battery contacts and device interface, 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 correctly inserted.
Make sure that the SIM card is correctly
inserted (p. 11).
SIM card contacts dirty.
Clean the SIM card with a dry cloth.
SIM card with wrong voltage.
Use 3 V SIM cards only.
SIM card damaged (e.g. broken). Inspect the damage. Return the SIM card to service
provider.
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Questions&Answers
Question
Possible causes
Possible solution
No connection to
network.
Signal weak.
Move higher, to a window or open space.
Outside GSM range.
Check service provider coverage map.
SIM card not valid.
Contact the service provider.
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New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network
(p. 74).
Network barring is set.
Check barrings (p. 72).
Network overloaded.
Try again later.
Phone loses
network.
Signal too weak.
Reconnection to another service provider is automatic
(p. 73). Switching the phone off and on may speed
this up.
Calls not possible.
2nd line set.
Set line 1 ‘ (p. 73).
New SIM card inserted.
Check for new restrictions.
Charge limit reached.
Reset limit with PIN 2.
Credit used up.
Load credit.
Certain uses of the Call restrictions are set.
phone not possible.
Barrings may be set by your service provider. Check
barrings (p. 72).
No entries possible Phonebook is full.
in Phonebook.
Delete entries in Phonebook (p. 27).
Voicemail does not Call forward to the voicemail Set call forward to the voicemail (p. 64).
work
not set.
SMS (message)
T flashes.
SMS memory full.
Delete messages (SMS), (p. 35) or store them in the
archive (p. 36) to make room.
Function cannot
be set.
Not supported by service
provider or registration
required.
Contact your service provider.
Memory problems Phone memory full.
with Games&More,
ring tones, pictures,
SMS archive.
Delete files where necessary.
No WAP access, no Profile not activated, profile
HTTP download
settings wrong/incomplete.
possible.
Activate WAP profile (p. 41), check settings (p. 68)
and activate HTTP profile (p. 44), check settings
(p. 68).If necessary consult your service provider.
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Questions&Answers
Question
Possible causes
Message cannot
be sent.
Some service providers do not sup- Check with your service provider.
port this service.
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Possible solution
Phone number of the service center Set service center (p. 69).
is not set or is wrong.
SIM card contract does not support
this service.
Contact your service provider.
Service center overloaded.
Repeat message.
Recipient does not have a compatible phone.
Check.
EMS picThe destination phone does not suptures&sounds are not port the EMS standard.
displayed at the destination phone
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No Internet access
possible.
Wrong WAP profile set or settings
wrong, incomplete.
Check settings, if necessary consult your
service provider.
PIN error / PIN2 error. Unlimited entries.
Enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) provided
with the SIM card according to the instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been
lost, contact your service provider.
Phone code error.
Contact Siemens Service (p. 92).
Unlimited entries.
Service provider code No authorization for this service.
error.
Contact your service provider.
Too few/too many
menu entries.
Functions may have been added or Check with your service provider.
removed by your service provider via
the SIM card.
No fax possible.
Incorrect settings in the PC.
Check settings (p. 70).
No authorisation for this service.
Charge counter does Charge pulse not transmitted.
not work.
Contact your service provider.
Contact your service provider.
Damage
Severe shock.
Remove battery and SIM and insert them again. Do not dismantle phone!
Phone became wet.
Remove battery and SIM card. Dry immediately with cloth, do not heat. Dry connector contacts thoroughly. Stand unit upright in an air current. Do not dismantle
phone!
Reset settings to the factory default (p. 66):
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Siemens
Service
Siemens Service
Simple, straightforward support for technical
and operational queries is available from our
Siemens Service support below or in the
"Questions&Answers" section, (p. 89).
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If repair work is necessary please contact
one of our service centers:
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
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 50 31 81 49
Croatia ..............................................0 16 10 53 81
Czech Republic...............................02 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.........................................01 13 73 85 89 - 98
Indonesia .....................................0 21 46 82 60 81
Ireland.............................................18 50 77 72 77
Italy .................................................02 66 76 44 00
Ivory Coast...........................................21 35 02 35
Jordan...............................................0 64 39 86 42
Kenya.....................................................2 72 37 17
Kuwait....................................................2 45 41 78
Latvia .....................................................7 50 11 14
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..........................................03 21 63 11 18
Malta .....................................00 35 32 14 94 06 32
Mauritius ................................................2 11 62 13
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
Norway.................................................22 70 84 00
Oman....................................................... 79 10 12
Pakistan..........................................02 15 66 22 00
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 22 84 85
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 22 68 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 31 95 78
United Kingdom ...........................0 87 05 33 44 11
USA .............................................1 88 87 77 02 11
Vietnam................................................45 63 22 44
Zimbabwe ............................................04 36 94 24
Note
When calling customer service, please have
ready your receipt and the phone identity
number (IMEI, to display press #06#), the
software version (to display press #06#,
then §Info§) and if necessary your Siemens
Service customer number.
*
* 0.12 Euro/minute
*
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Specifications
Specifications
Exposure to
radiofrequency signals
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Your wireless handheld portable
telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it
receives and also sends out radiofrequency (RF) signals.
In August 1996, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
adopted RF exposure guidelines with
safety levels for hand-held wireless
phones. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standards previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies:
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C95.1 (1992)
• National Council of Radiation Protection and Measurement (NCRP)
Report 86 (1986)
• International Commission of NonIonizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1996
• Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety
Code 6
Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations
of the relevant scientific literature.
For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from universities, government health agencies,
and industry reviewed the available
body of research to develop the ANSI
standard (C95.1).
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The design of your phone complies
with the FCC guidelines (and those
standards). For additional information concerning exposure to radio
frequency signal, see the statement
by the FDA at the end of this user
guide.
Technical data
GSM class:
4 (33 dBm - 850 MHz)
1 (30 dBm 1900 MHz)
Frequency range:
824 - 894 MHz
1850 - 1990 MHz
Weight:
83 g / 2.96 oz.
Dimensions:
101x44/41x21 mm
(69 ccm)
LiIon battery:
700 mAh
Operating temper- 14 °F to 131 °F
ature:
SIM card:
plug-in 3 V / 1.8 V
Standby Time:
up to 250 hours
Talk Time:
up to 5 hours
Trademarks
CPS is a trademark of Cambridge
Positioning Systems Limited.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance tips
• The SIM card should be treated
with the same care as a cheque
guarantee card. Do not bend or
scratch it or expose it to static
electricity.
• Clean the card with a damp cloth
or an antistatic wipe without
chemical cleaning agents.
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• Protect the phone from moisture
and shocks. Do not expose your
phone to direct sunlight.
• Remove the battery if you are not
going to use the phone for extended periods of time (more than
one month).
Phone ID
You will need the following details if you
lose your phone or SIM card. Please enter
here
the number of the SIM card (on the card):
..............................................................
15-digit serial number of the phone (under
the battery):
..............................................................
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.
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Accessories
Accessories
Basics
Data/Applications
Li-Ion Battery (700 mAh)
Spare battery.
Data Cable RS232
To connect the mobile phone to the serial
RS232 port of the PC.
Note
Siemens warns against the use of non-licensed and non-approved third-party batteries. These, in extreme cases, can
explode when on charge for long periods in
the home or in car chargers since some of
these batteries have no safety functions to
protect against over-charging.
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Travel Charger
Travel charger with an extended input voltage rate of 100-240V.
Desk Top Charger
The desktop charger enables convenient
charging of the mobile phone and an additional battery.
Headset PTT
Headset with PTT key for activating the
voice recognition and accepting and ending
calls.
Carry Set
Features a belt clip and a retaining clip for
discretely fastening the mobile phone to
clothes or in bags.
CLIPit™ Covers
Exchangeable top and bottom covers can be
obtained in specialist shops.
Data Cable USB
To connect the mobile phone to the USB
port of your PC. With load function.
SyncStation
Table cradle for your mobile phone. Allows
data exchange and simultaneously charges
the phone on the power supply unit at home.
Features a Desktop Stand, a Data Cable
USB und a Y adapter.
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Accessories
Car Solutions
Car Charger
Charger for the cigarette lighter socket in
your car.
Car Kit Portable
Handsfree kit with integrated loudspeaker
and microphone and auto answer feature.
Simply plug into the cigarette lighter socket.
Ideal for mobility between vehicles.
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Mobile Holder
Cradle without antenna port.
Car Kit Comfort
Handsfree kit with first-class digital call quality and utmost ease of use. External antenna
required - not included. Professional installation of antenna required.
Products can be obtained in specialist
shops.
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U.S. FDA
U.S. FDA
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The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration's (FDA) Center
for Devices and Radiological
Health Consumer Update on
Mobile Phones
FDA has been receiving inquiries
about the safety of mobile phones,
including cellular phones and PCS
phones. The following summarizes
what is know — and what remains
unknown — about whether these
products can pose a hazard to
health, and what can be done to
minimize any potential risk. This information may be used to respond
to questions.
Why the concern?
Mobile phones emit low levels of radio frequency energy (i.e., radio frequency radiation) in the microwave
range while being used. They also
emit very low levels of radio frequency energy (RF), considered non-significant, when in the stand-by mode.
It is well known that high levels of RF
can produce biological damage
through heating effects (this is how
your microwave oven is able to cook
food). However, it is not known
whether, to what extent, or through
what mechanism, lower levels of RF
might cause adverse health effects
as well. Although some research has
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been done to address these questions, no clear picture of the biological effects of this type of radiation
has emerged to date. Thus, the available science does not allow us to
conclude that mobile phones are absolutely safe, or that they are unsafe.
However, the available scientific evidence does not demonstrate adverse health effects associated with
the use of mobile phones.
What kinds of phones are in question?
Questions have been raised about
hand-held mobile phones, the kind
that have a built-in antenna that is
positioned close to the user's head
during normal telephone conversation. These types of mobile phones
are of concern because of the short
distance between the phone's antenna — the primary source of the
RF — and the person's head. The exposure to RF from mobile phones in
which the antenna is located at
greater distances from the user (on
the outside of a car, for example) is
drastically lower than that from
hand-held phones, because a person's RF exposure decreases rapidly
with distance from the source. The
safety of so-called “cordless phones,”
which have a base unit connected to
the telephone wiring in a house and
which operate at far lower power
levels and frequencies, has not been
questioned.
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How much evidence is there that handheld mobile phones might be harmful?
Briefly, there is not enough evidence
to know for sure, either way; however, research efforts are on-going.
The existing scientific evidence is
conflicting and many of the studies
that have been done to date have
suffered from flaws in their research
methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of RF exposures
characteristic of mobile phones have
yielded conflicting results. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in
laboratory animals. In one study,
mice genetically altered to be predisposed to developing one type of cancer developed more than twice as
many such cancers when they were
exposed to RF energy compared to
controls. There is much uncertainty
among scientists about whether results obtained from animal studies
apply to the use of mobile phones.
First, it is uncertain how to apply the
results obtained in rats and mice to
humans. Second, many of the studies showed increased tumor development used animals that had already been treated with cancercausing chemicals, and other studies
exposed the animals to the RF virtually continuously — up to 22 hours
per day.
For the past five years in the United
States, the mobile phone industry
has supported research into the safe-
ty of mobile phones. This research
has resulted in two findings in particular that merit additional study:
1. In a hospital-based, case-control
study, researchers looked for an association between mobile phone use
and either glioma (a type of brain
cancer) or acoustic neuroma (a benign tumor of the nerve sheath). No
statistically significant association
was found between mobile phone
use and acoustic neuroma. There
was also no association between
mobile phone use and gliomas when
all types of gliomas were considered
together. It should be noted that the
average length of mobile phone exposure in this study was less than
three years.
When 20 types of glioma were considered separately, however, an association was found between mobile
phone use and one rare type of glioma, neuroepithelliomatous tumors.
It is possible with multiple comparisons of the same sample that this association occurred by chance. Moreover, the risk did not increase with
how often the mobile phone was
used, or the length of the calls. In
fact, the risk actually decreased with
cumulative hours of mobile phone
use. Most cancer causing agents increase risk with increased exposure.
An ongoing study of brain cancers by
the National Cancer Institute is expected to bear on the accuracy and
repeatability of these results.1
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U.S. FDA
2. Researchers conducted a large
battery of laboratory tests to assess
the effects of exposure to mobile
phone RF on genetic material. These
included tests for several kinds of abnormalities, including mutations,
chromosomal aberrations, DNA
strand breaks, and structural changes in the genetic material of blood
cells called lymphocytes. None of
the tests showed any effect of the RF
except for the micronucleus assay,
which detects structural effects on
the genetic material. The cells in this
assay showed changes after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation, but only after 24 hours of exposure. It is possible that exposing the
test cells to radiation for this long resulted in heating. Since this assay is
known to be sensitive to heating,
heat alone could have caused the abnormalities to occur. The data already in the literature on the response of the micronucleus assay to
RF are conflicting. Thus follow-up research is necessary. 2
FDA is currently working with
government, industry, and academic
groups to ensure the proper followup to these industry-funded
research findings. Collaboration with
the Cellular Telecommunications
Industry Association (CTIA) in
particular is expected to lead to FDA
providing research
recommendations and scientific
oversight of new CTIA-funded
research based on such
recommendations.
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Two other studies of interest have
been reported recently in the literature:
• Two groups of 18 people were exposed to simulated mobile phone
signals under laboratory conditions while they performed cognitive function tests. There were no
changes in the subjects' ability to
recall words, numbers, or pictures, or in their spatial memory,
but they were able to make choices more quickly in one visual test
when they were exposed to simulated mobile phone signals. This
was the only change noted among
more than 20 variables compared.3
• In a study of 209 brain tumor cases and 425 matched controls,
there was no increased risk of
brain tumors associated with mobile phone use. When tumors did
exist in certain locations, however, they were more likely to be on
the side of the head where the
mobile phone was used. Because
this occurred in only a small number of cases, the increased likelihood was too small to be
statistically significant.4
In summary, we do not have enough
information at this point to assure
the public that there are, or are not,
any low incident health problems associated with use of mobile phones.
FDA continues to work with all parties, including other federal agencies
and industry, to assure that research
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U.S. FDA
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is undertaken to provide the necessary answers to the outstanding
questions about the safety of mobile
phones.
What is known about cases of human
cancer that have been reported in users
of hand-held mobile phones?
Some people who have used mobile
phones have been diagnosed with
brain cancer. But it is important to
understand that this type of cancer
also occurs among people who have
not used mobile phones. In fact,
brain cancer occurs in the U.S. population at a rate of about 6 new cases
per 100,000 people each year. At
that rate, assuming 80 million users
of mobile phones (a number increasing at a rate of about 1 million per
month), about 4800 cases of brain
cancer would be expected each year
among those 80 million people,
whether or not they used their
phones. Thus it is not possible to tell
whether any individual's cancer
arose because of the phone, or
whether it would have happened
anyway. A key question is whether
the risk of getting a particular form
of cancer is greater among people
who use mobile phones than among
the rest of the population. One way
to answer that question is to compare the usage of mobile phones
among people with brain cancer
with the use of mobile phones
among appropriately matched people without brain cancer. This is
called a case-control study. The cur-
rent case-control study of brain cancers by the National Cancer Institute,
as well as the follow-up research to
be sponsored by industry, will begin
to generate this type of information.
What is FDA's role concerning the safety
of mobile phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review
the safety of radiation emitting consumer products such as mobile
phones before marketing, as it does
with new drugs or medical devices.
However, the agency has authority
to take action if mobile phones are
shown to emit radiation at a level
that is hazardous to the user. In such
a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of mobile phones to notify
users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so
that the hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data
do not justify FDA regulatory actions
at this time, FDA has urged the mobile phone industry to take a number
of steps to assure public safety. The
agency has recommended that the
industry:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the
type emitted by mobile phones;
• Design mobile phones in a way
that minimizes any RF exposure to
the user that is not necessary for
device function; and
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U.S. FDA
• Cooperate in providing mobile
phone users with the best possible
information on what is known
about possible effects of mobile
phone use on human health.
At the same time, FDA belongs to an
interagency working group of the
federal agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of mobile
phone safety to ensure a coordinated effort at the federal level. These
agencies are:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
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• Environmental Protection Agency
• Federal Communications Commission
• Occupational Health and Safety
Administration
• National Telecommunications and
Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health also
participates in this group.
In the absence of conclusive information
about any possible risk, what can concerned individuals do?
If there is a risk from these products
— and at this point we do not know
that there is — it is probably very
small. But if people are concerned
about avoiding even potential risks,
there are simple steps they can take
to do so. For example, time is a key
factor in how much exposure a person receives. Those persons who
spend long periods of time on their
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hand-held mobile phones could consider holding lengthy conversations
on conventional phones and reserving the hand-held models for shorter
conversations or for situations when
other types of phones are not available.
People who must conduct extended
conversations in their cars every day
could switch to a type of mobile
phone that places more distance between their bodies and the source of
the RF, since the exposure level
drops off dramatically with distance.
For example, they could switch to:
• a mobile phone in which the antenna is located outside the vehicle,
• a hand-held phone with a built-in
antenna connected to a different
antenna mounted on the outside
of the car or built into a separate
package, or
• a headset with a remote antenna
to a mobile phone carried at the
waist.
Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, see the
following websites:
• Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program
(select “Information on Human Exposure to RF Fields from Cellular
and PCS Radio Transmitters”):
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety.
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U.S. FDA
• World Health Organization (WHO)
International Commission on
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(select Qs & As):
http://www.who.int/emf
• United Kingdom, National Radiological Protection Board:
http://www.nrpb.org.uk
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• Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA):
http://www.wow-com.com
• U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for devices and
Radiological Health:
http://www.fda.gov/cdhr/
consumer/
1 Muscat et al. Epidemiological Study of Cel-
lular Telephone Use and Malignant Brain
Tumors. In: State of the Science Symposium; 1999 June 20; Long Beach, California.
2 Tice et al. Tests of mobile phone signals for
activity in genotoxicity and other laboratory
assays. In: Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagen Society; March 29, 1999,
Washington, DC; and personal communication, unpublished results.
3 Preece, AW, Iwi, G, Davies-Smith, A,
Wesnes, K, Butler, S, Lim, E, and Varey, A.
Effect of a 915- MHz simulated mobile
phone signal on cognitive function in man.
Int. J. Radiat. Biol., April 8, 1999.
4 Hardell, L, Nasman, A, Pahlson, A,
Hallquist, A and Mild, KH. Use of cellular
telephones and the risk for brain tumors; a
case-control study. Int. J. Oncol, 15: 113116, 1999.
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FCC/Industry Canada Notice
FCC/Industry Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when using
Canada
a telephone in close proximity to reNotice
ceiving equipment). The FCC or Industry Canada can require you to
stop using your telephone if such interference cannot be eliminated. If
you require assistance, please contact your local service facility.
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This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject
to the condition that this device
does not cause harmful interference.
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Ten Driving Safety Tips
Ten Driving
Safety Tips
When available, use a hands-free device.
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Your Siemens wireless phone gives
you the power to communicate by
voice — almost anywhere, anytime.
But an important responsibility accompanies the benefits of wireless
phones, one that every user must
uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your
first responsibility. When using your
wireless phone behind the wheel of
a car, practice good common sense
and remember the following tips:
Get to know your phone and its features
such as speed dial and redial.
Carefully read your instruction manual and learn to take advantage of
valuable features most phones offer
including, automatic redial and
memory dial — most phones can
store up to 99 numbers in memory
dial. Also, work to memorize the
phone keypad so you can use the
speed dial function without taking
your attention off the road.
A number of hands-free wireless
phone accessories are readily available today. Whether you choose an
installed mounted device for your
phone or a speaker phone accessory,
take advantage of these devices if
they are available to you.
Position your phone within easy reach.
Make sure you place your wireless
phone within easy reach and where
you can grab it without removing
your eyes from the road. If you get
an incoming call at an inconvenient
time, let your voice mail answer it for
you.
Suspend conversations during hazardous driving conditions or situations.
Let the person you are speaking to
know you are driving; if necessary,
suspend the call in heavy traffic or
hazardous weather conditions. Rain,
sleet, snow and ice can be hazardous, but so is heavy traffic. As a driver, your first responsibility is to pay
attention to the road.
Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving.
If you are reading an address book or
business card while driving a car, or
writing a “to do” list, then you are not
watching where you are going. It’s
common sense. Don’t get caught in a
dangerous situation because you are
reading or writing and not paying attention to the road or nearby vehicles.
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Dial sensibly and assess the traffic.
If possible, place calls when you are
not moving or before pulling into
traffic. Try to plan your calls before
you begin your trip, or attempt to coincide your calls with times you may
be stopped at a stop sign, red light or
otherwise stationary. But if you need
to dial while driving, follow this simple tip — dial only a few numbers,
check the road and your mirrors,
then continue.
Do not engage in stressful or emotional
conversations that may be distracting.
Stressful or emotional conversations
and driving do not mix — they are
distracting and even dangerous
when you are behind the wheel.
Make people you are talking with
aware you are driving and if necessary, suspend phone conversations
that have the potential to divert your
attention from the road.
Use your phone to call for help.
Your wireless phone is one of the
greatest tools you can own to protect yourself and your family in dangerous situations — with your
phone at your side, help is only three
numbers away. Dial 9-1-1 in the case
of fire, traffic accident, road hazard,
or medical emergency. Remember, it
is a free call on your wireless phone.
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Use your phone to help others in emergencies.
Your wireless phone provides you a
perfect opportunity to be a “good
Samaritan” in your community. If
you see an auto accident, crime in
progress or other serious emergencies where lives are in danger, call 91-1, as you would want others to do
for you.
Call roadside assistance or a special
wireless non-emergency assistance
number when necessary.
Certain situations you encounter
while driving may require attention,
but are not urgent enough to merit a
call to 9-1-1. But you can still use
your wireless phone to lend a hand.
If you see a broken-down vehicle
posing no serious hazard, a broken
traffic signal, a minor traffic accident
where no one appears injured, or a
vehicle you know to be stolen, call
roadside assistance or other special
non-emergency wireless numbers.
“The wireless industry reminds you to
use your phone safely when driving.”
For more information, please call
1 (888) 901-SAFE, or visit our Web site
at: www.wow-com.com
Provided by the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA)
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Intellectual
Property
Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Restrictions
All Intellectual Property, as defined
below, which is owned by or otherwise the property of Siemens Information and Communications Mobile, LLC (“Siemens”), its affiliates,
partners or suppliers, relating to the
Phone, including but not limited to
accessories, parts or software relating thereto (the “Phone System”), is
proprietary under federal laws, state
laws and International treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes,
but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents,
trade secrets, copyrights, software,
computer programs, and related
documentation and other works of
authorship. You may not infringe or
otherwise violate the rights secured
by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not
(and will not attempt to) disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer,
prepare derivative works from, modify or make any other effort to create
source code from the software. No
title to ownership in the Intellectual
Property is transferred to you
through purchase or possession of
the Phone or its components. All applicable rights of the Intellectual
Property shall remain with Siemens,
its affiliates, partners or suppliers.
Siemens will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or parts
furnished hereunder with software,
apparatus or devices not furnished
by Siemens, nor will Siemens have
any liability for the use of ancillary
equipment or software not furnished by Siemens which is attached
to or used in connection with the
Product, The foregoing states the entire liability of Siemens with respect
to infringement of patents by the
Product or any parts thereof.
Laws in the United States and other
countries preserve for Siemens certain exclusive rights for copyrighted
Siemens software, such as the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute copies of such Siemens software.
Siemens software may be used only
in the Product in which the software
was originally embodied when purchased, and such software in such
Product may not be replaced, copied, distributed. modified in any
way, or used to produce any derivative thereof. No other use including,
without limitation, alteration, modification, reproduction, distribution.
or reverse engineering of such Siemens software or exercise of rights
in such Siemens software is permitted. No license is granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise under Siemens patent rights or copyrights.
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Index
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Index
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A
C
Accepted calls, call list .................... 33
Accessories ...................................... 95
Activate
HTTP profile ................................. 44
phone profile ............................... 56
Aircraft mode, profile ..................... 57
Alarm
alarm clock .................................. 48
Alarm clock ...................................... 48
Alarm tones ..................................... 63
All calls, forward.............................. 64
All incoming, network barring ...... 72
Anniversary ...................................... 49
Answering service (external) ......... 54
Any key to answer........................... 64
Appearance ...................................... 61
Application
download ..................................... 42
start .............................................. 42
Appointments .................................. 48
Archive, SMS .................................... 35
Audio ................................................ 62
Auto display
CB .................................................. 55
clock ............................................. 66
Auto redial previous numbers ....... 21
Auto timezone ................................. 67
B
Calculator functions ....................... 51
Call
accept/end ................................... 21
barrings........................................ 72
end ............................................... 20
forward ........................................ 64
held .............................................. 22
menu............................................ 24
multi party ................................... 23
reject ............................................ 21
swap (toggling) .......................... 22
to group ....................................... 30
Call back........................................... 21
Call forward ..................................... 64
Call screening .................................. 63
Call transfer ..................................... 24
Call transfer (incoming call) .... 24, 31
Call waiting...................................... 22
Car accessories ................................ 96
Car Kit......................................... 75, 96
Cell Broadcast (CB) ......................... 55
Charge battery ................................ 13
Clock ................................................. 66
Contrast, display ............................. 62
Control codes (DTMF) .................... 80
CSD ................................................... 80
D
Battery
charge .......................................... 13
insert ............................................ 12
operating times ........................... 83
quality declaration ...................... 80
Big letters ......................................... 62
Bitmap viewer.................................. 44
Bookmarks, WAP ............................. 39
Browser, WAP .................................. 40
Busy number.................................... 21
Date format ..................................... 67
Dialed numbers, call list ................. 33
Dialing with number keys .............. 20
Display.............................................. 61
big letters .................................... 62
contrast........................................ 62
illumination ................................. 62
symbols........................................ 79
Driving safety ................................ 104
DTMF tones (control codes) .......... 80
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Index
E
J
Emergency number ........................ 80
EMS .............................................38, 81
F
JAD file ............................................. 82
JAR file.............................................. 82
Java................................................... 83
K
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Factory settings ............................... 66
Fast access ....................................... 59
Fast search ....................................... 74
Favorites ........................................... 58
G
Games & More ................................. 42
Games, download ........................... 42
Getting Started ................................ 11
GPRS.................................................. 81
activate/deactivate ..................... 67
Group
call to group ................................ 30
setup............................................. 32
SMS to group ............................... 30
H
Handsfree function ......................... 22
Headset ......................................76, 95
Headset volume .............................. 20
Held call............................................ 22
Hide ID .............................................. 64
Home network ................................ 74
Hotline Siemens .............................. 92
HTTP .................................................. 82
HTTP profiles .................................... 68
I
Illumination, display ....................... 62
IMEI number .................................... 66
Inbox, SMS ....................................... 35
Input language, T9.......................... 77
International dialing codes ............ 82
Key lock ............................................ 64
Key tones ......................................... 64
Keys .................................................. 64
L
Letter writing .................................. 26
Line selection, connection ............ 73
Lost phone, SIM card...................... 94
M
Maintenance tips ............................ 94
Menu
control ......................................... 14
favorites ....................................... 58
Message (SMS) ............................... 34
Message storage ............................. 83
Minute beep .................................... 63
Missed appointments ..................... 51
Missed calls, call list ....................... 33
Multi party ....................................... 23
Mute ................................................. 24
Muting, microphone ...................... 24
My phone ........................................ 19
N
Network
barrings........................................ 72
connection .................................. 73
setup ............................................ 73
New appointment .......................... 48
New SMS.......................................... 34
read .............................................. 34
News (CB) ........................................ 55
Notes ................................................ 50
Notes A-Z ......................................... 80
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O
R
Only ‚ ........................................... 72
Only this SIM.................................... 72
Operating times of the battery...... 80
Organizer ......................................... 49
Own (phone) numbers ................... 83
Own greeting .................................. 61
P
Record No., Phonebook ................. 26
Redial previous numbers ............... 20
Reminder ......................................... 21
Ring tones, melodies
assign ........................................... 47
load .............................................. 46
Ringer setting .................................. 62
S
Phone code ...................................... 17
Phone ID (IMEI) ............................... 66
Phone memory ................................ 27
Phonebook
assign animation......................... 28
call an entry ................................. 26
new entry..................................... 25
store control code (DTMF) ......... 80
text entry ..................................... 26
Pictures
in SMS .......................................... 34
receive/send ................................ 45
Pictures & Sounds (EMS) ................ 38
PIN
change ......................................... 17
control .......................................... 17
enter ............................................. 16
error .............................................. 91
PIN 2 ................................................. 17
Prefix ................................................. 20
Profiles .............................................. 56
phone ........................................... 56
SMS ............................................... 69
WAP .............................................. 68
Provider wallpaper ....................44, 61
PUK, PUK2 ........................................ 17
Q
quality declaration .......................... 84
Questions & Answers...................... 89
Quick menu selection ..................... 84
Safety precautions ............................ 3
Screensaver ............................... 44, 61
Second call ...................................... 23
Second phone number .................. 73
Security ...................................... 17, 71
Security codes ................................. 17
Service tones ................................... 63
Setup
audio ............................................ 62
Call forward ................................. 64
clock ............................................. 66
display .......................................... 61
group ........................................... 32
keys .............................................. 64
phone setup ................................ 64
security ........................................ 71
Short message (SMS) ..................... 34
Signal strength................................ 84
SIM card
clear barring ................................ 18
insert ............................................ 11
problems ............................... 85, 89
SIM services ..................................... 85
SMS
archive ......................................... 35
compose ...................................... 36
delete ........................................... 35
Inbox/Outbox .............................. 35
insert pictures and sounds ........ 38
read .............................................. 34
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Index
set profiles ................................... 69
status report ................................ 70
text entry with T9 ....................... 77
to group ....................................... 30
Software version ............................. 85
SOS ...............................................6, 80
Sound Manager ............................... 46
Sounds in SMS ................................. 34
Special characters ........................... 81
Special Events .................................. 49
Speed dialing keys .......................... 60
Standby mode ................................. 16
Standby time ................................... 83
Start menu WAP .............................. 39
Storage location number .........25, 27
Surf&Fun .......................................... 39
Swap ................................................. 22
Switch off phone
auto phone off ............................ 67
manually ...................................... 16
Switch on phone ............................. 16
Symbols ............................................ 79
T
T9
activate/deactivate ..................... 77
word suggestions ....................... 78
Talk time (battery) .......................... 83
Technical data ................................. 93
Text entry ......................................... 26
Text entry with T9 ........................... 77
Text message (SMS) ....................... 37
Time/Date setting ............................ 66
U
Upper-, lowercase letters .........26, 77
URL display, WAP ............................. 40
User group ....................................... 75
V
Validity, SMS .................................... 70
Vibrating alert ................................. 62
Voice command .............................. 53
Voice dialing .................................... 29
Voice message ................................ 54
Volume, handset ............................ 20
Volume, profiles ............................. 56
Volume, ringer ................................ 62
W
Wallpaper
(provider wallpaper) ................ 44, 61
WAP
browser ........................................ 39
information ................................. 86
parameters .................................. 68