Siemens Mobile Phone User guide

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We recommend using only Siemens Original Accessories to avoid
possible damages.
All functions of the phone are described in the enclosed detailed user
guide. In particular please observe the safety precautions which you
will find at the beginning of the guide.
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D-81667 Munich
© Siemens AG 2001
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
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Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
www.my-siemens.com
Ref.No.: A31008-H5100-A1-2-7619
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User Guide
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Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone. We wish you a lot of enjoyment and pleasure with it.
If you read through the user guide carefully, you will get to know all the functions of the phone. In particular, please observe the safety precautions (p. 3)
and PIN/security (p. 9).
The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit™ Covers) can be changed in a
matter of seconds - no tools required:
Your phone’s display is delivered with a protective film. Remove this film before getting started. In rare cases the static charge created by removing this
film may cause discoloration at the edges of the display. However, this will
disappear within 10 minutes.
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User Guide............................... 5
Menu control ........................... 5
Insert SIM card/battery .......... 6
Charge battery ......................... 7
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End call ................................... 10
Accept call ............................. 10
Reject call ............................... 10
When a number is busy.......... 11
Redial previous numbers ....... 11
During a call ............................ 12
Swap/Conference ................. 13
Send DTMF tones ................. 14
Babysitter ............................... 15
(& <New entry> ......................... 16
Call/search for an entry .......... 18
Group ..................................... 19
Location .................................. 20
Record no. .............................. 21
Store control code ................. 21
Insert picture ......................... 22
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Inbox/Outbox .......................... 24
Compose a message .............. 25
Predefined text ....................... 26
SMS to group.......................... 26
Picture & Sound (EMS) ........... 26
Text entry with “T9”............... 27
Setup ...................................... 29
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Browser menu ........................ 31
Setup ..................................... 32
Profiles ................................... 32
Operating instructions ............ 34
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Calls received.......................... 38
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Charge settings....................... 39
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Format date ............................ 49
Auto display ............................ 49
Auto phone off........................ 49
Auto timezone ........................ 49
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Key control.............................. 50
Note........................................ 50
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Setup ...................................... 52
Car Kit ..................................... 53
Headset .................................. 53
No alarm ................................. 53
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Speed dialling keys ................. 56
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Volume ................................... 57
Silent alert............................... 57
Call screening ........................ 57
Information tones.................... 57
Key tones................................ 57
1 minute beep......................... 58
Melodies ................................. 58
Melody Manager .................... 58
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Security................................... 62
Network .................................. 63
User group .............................. 65
During a call ............................ 65
Clock ....................................... 65
Accessories ............................ 66
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destination.
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selection.
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characters).
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and activated manually.
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details.
You can set or change up to 5 access
profiles (may be barred by your service provider). The entries and functions may vary depending on your
service provider. You can change a
profile each time before accessing
the Internet (p. 33).
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external answering service. In this
mailbox, a caller may leave a voice
message for you
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ready to receive,
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• if you are making a phone call (and
if 1 not active, (p. 12)).
If the voice mail service is not part of
your service provider's user package, you will need to register and the
settings must be made manually.
The following description may vary
slightly depending on the service
provider.
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For further information on call divert,
see (p. 40).
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set it up:
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follows:
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you receive a call with an
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Scroll through the message line by line.
You can add an unrestricted number
of topics to this personal list from
the topic index (see "Topic retrieval",
(p. 37)). You can preset 10 entries
with their channel number (ID) and, if
necessary, name. Five topics can be
active at one time.
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topic with its channel number and
confirm with .
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transmitted, select a topic and
confirm with .
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The automatic display can be set for
all messages or only new messages
or deactivated entirely.
To switch to “full page view” automatically:
then press 6.
The list of the topics currently provided by your service provider is displayed for you to choose from.
If none are displayed you must enter
the channel numbers (ID) manually
(see “Topic list”
, (p. 36)). Please contact your service provider for details.
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receive Cell Broadcast messages only in a specific language or in all
languages.
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soft key.
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If there is more than one application
they are displayed in the “SIM services” menu.
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Access to the last phone numbers
you dialled.
Select the required call
list and select the
number there.
Dial number
or
information on the
view
phone number:
date, time, number
of calls.
The following call lists are available:
The phone numbers of calls that you
have not answered are recorded for
call back purposes.
Requirement:
The network used supports the
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Requirement:
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“Caller Identity” feature.
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transfer a phone number to the
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duration/charge details for the following call types or you can display the
credit balance.
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End display.
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charge details are to be shown.
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Enter the charges per unit/period.
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Special SIM cards allow you or the
service provider to define a credit/
period after which the phone is
blocked for outgoing calls.
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units and confirm
with .
Then confirm the credit or reset the
counter. The display of Prepaid cards
may vary depending on the service
provider.
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charge detail display, the current
units are displayed.
If you have set charge details per
unit, the costs incurred are
displayed.
Special registration may be necessary for this service.
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calls are diverted to your mailbox or
other numbers.
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already)
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from the 7. Confirm with:
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setting is confirmed by
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maximum of 30 seconds in 5 second
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After a short pause, the current information is transmitted by the network
and displayed.
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Display if status is unknown (on a new SIM card
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Compose message
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Press and confirm the
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Press. The SMS is sent.
Each send operation
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group or link them together in a
conference.
Select a group.
Press. The group members are listed.
Select the entries you
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Press. The first number is
dialled. When the connection has been established the call is put on
hold.
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next entry until all highlighted entries are called
(up to 5, depending on
the service provider).
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link the calls on hold in a
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To change the group assignment or
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steps are necessary:
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e.g. shopping lists, easier for you
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for the alarm call. The alarm sounds
even when the phone is switched
off.
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and off.
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date for the alarm call.
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call (hh:mm:ss).
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call with '.
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have missed are listed and can be
displayed.
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at start-up.
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game where you must defeat an enemy by combining attacking and defending moves.
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for this.
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which are to fight for you. Now set 6
attack and 6 defence moves each.
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display.
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the game.
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The attack and defence moves can
be executed in three directions:
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Select attack/defence.
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multiplayer version to be played
worldwide via SMS and/or e-mail.
Your phone must be enabled (registered) to use this play mode. Get the
relevant information from the Internet under:
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fun!
You will find special instructions for
each game in the option menu.
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play the game, shows
the saved scores and allows you to set the level
of difficulty.
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You can activate and deactivate the
following functions for the games:
You can switch the sounds for the
games on and off.
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You can switch the silent alert for the
games on and off.
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are made with function.
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changed however:
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individually:
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and cannot be changed (p. 53).
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settings by selecting their personal
profile.
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personal profile.
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profile.
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personal profile:
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used the profile is activated automatically as soon as the headset is
plugged in (see also p. 66).
All alarms are deactivated.
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when you select this profile.
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alarm.
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Profile selection must be
confirmed.
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phone switches itself
off automatically after
30 seconds.
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phone and return to normal operation the default profile "
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choose from.
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the phone code, the default entries
are set.
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(speed dialling numbers) can each be
assigned an important phone
number or a function. The phone
number can then be dialled or the
function can be started at the touch
of a button.
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• Internet .............................. (p. 30)
• Phone number ................... (p. 16)
• Alarm clock ........................ (p. 48)
• New SMS .......................... (p. 25)
• Illumination ........................ (p. 60)
• Hide ID............................... (p. 65)
• Games ............................... (p. 50)
• Missed calls....................... (p. 38)
• Calls received..................... (p. 38)
• Inbox (SMS) ..................... (p. 24)
• Outbox (SMS) .................... (p. 24)
• My Menu ........................... (p. 54)
• Call screening .................... (p. 57)
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e.g.:
hold /
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specific situations to suit your particular tastes.
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instead. It can also be active in addition to the ringer (e.g. in noisy environments). The trembler is deactivated when the phone is inserted into
the desktop charger or into the
Car Kit.
Only calls from numbers that are in
the Phonebook are signalled audibly
or by the trembler. Any other calls
are merely displayed.
If you do not accept these calls they
are diverted to your mailbox (if set,
(p. 40)).
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During a call you hear a beep after
every minute as a reminder of the
time elapsed.
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that are loaded (! to ).
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via SMS/WAP. When a melody has
been received an icon appears above
the left soft key. Press this key to
start the melody manager.
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! to for later use:
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When “automatic” is set the language of your service provider is
used. If a language that you do not
understand happens to be set, the
phone can be reset to the language
of your service provider with the following input:
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The Screensaver shows a graphic after a period of time which the user
can set. It protects the phone against
unauthourised use (p. 60), like the
key lock. An incoming call or a long
press on and confirmation with
will end the function.
You have the following options:
• Activate/deactivate the function.
• Set style: Graphic, analogue clock
• Load graphic via 5/
.
• Test Screensaver.
• Set period after which the Screensaver starts.
• Activate password query as a security setting.
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Bitmap viewer via SMS from a provider or downloaded via WAP.
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A received graphic is indicated by a
symbol above the left soft key. By
pressing this key, the Bitmap viewer
is started and the graphic is displayed.
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viewer:
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incoming call (except ).
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switched on and off (this affects the
standby time).
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sizes for the display.
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are shown in different situations, e.g.
when entering a PIN.
The greeting is displayed when you
switch on the phone.
' Activate/deactivate.
Delete old message and
compose new message.
Confirm changes.
1
Setting of the display contrast.
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The automatic key lock activates automatically when no key has been
pressed for one minute. This prevents unintentional activation of the
phone key, however you still remain
reachable and can make an emergency call.
The keypad can also be directly
locked and unlocked.
As follows:
Hold down.
Confirm (switching off
only).
7
Set the type of acoustic key tone:
1& or3 or 4
Select a function.
9
The phone is reset to the default values (does not apply to SIM card and
network settings).
The phone identity number (IMEI) is
displayed. This information can be
helpful for customer service.
9
When this function is active, network reconnection is speeded up
(standby time is reduced).
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the same care as a cheque guarantee card.
select a function:
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the right soft key on the outside right (p. 15).
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Dialling is restricted to the numbers
in the Phonebook, new numbers are
not available. If only area codes are
entered, the relevant phone numbers can be added to these manually
before dialling.
Depending on whether the Phonebook is stored on the SIM card or in
the phone, the PIN 2 or the phone
code is requested before changes
can be made.
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The dialling options are restricted to
SIM protected phone numbers. If
only area codes are entered, the relevant phone numbers can be added
to these manually before dialling.
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Calls are limited to the call list (p. 38)
of “dialled numbers”
. This list can be
filled with phone numbers specifically for this purpose:
First delete the call list, then create
“new entries” by dialling phone
numbers and cancelling before the
connection is established.
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Your phone is prevented from being
operated with a different SIM card.
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This function is only displayed if it is
supported by your service provider.
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must be registered on the phone.
Select the currently used phone
number.
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Display the active phone
number.
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The list of GSM networks currently
available is shown.
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Indicates forbidden service providers (depending
on SIM card).
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is useful if you are on your home
network or want to register on a 8
network. The network info list
is rebuilt.
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the next network is dialled in the order of your "preferred service providers". Otherwise a different network
can be selected manually from the
list of available GSM networks.
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number.
A list of all known GSM Networks
worldwide is displayed with the current codes.
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Select either GSM 900 and
GSM 1800.
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select a function:
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The service providers you prefer after your home service provider are
displayed in this list (e.g. if there are
several service providers that differ
in price).
When this function is activated, the
list of your service provider is displayed first. You can edit it as
required:
Display list of preferred
networks.
• Create new entry:
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Select,
then scroll to an entry in the list of
the service providers and confirm.
• Change/delete old entry:
Select existing entry and delete it or
select an entry from the list of networks and confirm.
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Barring restricts the use of your SIM
card (not supported by all service
providers). You need a 4 digit password that your service provider supplies you. You may need to be registered separately for each barring.
All outgoing calls except emergency
number 112 are barred.
Only national calls can be made.
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International calls are not permitted.
However you can make calls to your
home country when abroad.
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The phone is barred for all incoming
calls (the forwarding of all calls to the
mailbox offers a similar effect).
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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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The following info can be displayed
after a status check:
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Barring not set.
Status unknown (e.g.
new SIM card).
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All barrings are cleared.
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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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Activate or deactivate the function.
“User group ” must be deactivated
for normal use of the phone (phone
code, (p. 62)).
You may select or add groups other
than the preferred groups (see below). The service provider supplies
you with code numbers for the
groups.
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.
If activated, only calls within this
standard user group can be made
(depending on the network configuration).
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If you are registered for this
service you can check whether it is
set, and you can activate or deactivate it (p. 12).
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When you make a call, your
number may be displayed on the recipient's display (depending on the
service providers).
To suppress this display, you may
activate the “Conceal ID” mode for
the next call or for all subsequent
calls. You may need to register separately with your service provider for
these functions.
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(see p. 49).
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the profile is activated automatically
as soon as the phone is inserted into
the cradle.
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Depending on the setup the ignition
may need to be switched on. Bugging is possible!
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power supply. The time between
switching off the ignition and deactivation of the phone can be adjusted.
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• Permanent illumination:
Switched on,
• Auto key lock: Switched off,
• Charge the phone battery,
• Automatically activate CarKit,
when the phone is inserted.
If an original Siemens Headset is
used the profile is activated automatically as soon as the headset is
plugged in.
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Calls are automatically accepted after the 3rd ring. You should be wearing the headset. Other people may
be able to hear the phone.
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phone is connected to the Headset).
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Activate and deactivate.
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Accept call with the Call key or PTT
key (Push To Talk) when the key lock
is activated.
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with the appropriate original Siemens accessories (p. 74).
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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, contact your
service provider for details.
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Your service provider has given you a
number for telephoning and a fax/data number.
Start your PC communication program and enter the required destination phone number in the program.
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The call is signalled by a special ringer and the type (fax or data) is
displayed.
Now start the communication program in your PC to receive the
fax/data.
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transmission so that you can switch
from voice mode to fax mode.
While the connection is being set up,
the following soft key is available for
two seconds:
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mode. You may now
send a fax.
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( if a special fax or data number
is available)
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program in your PC and switch on
the function at the phone the
call (the PC accepts the connection).
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Flat battery.
Charge battery. Check charging indicator in the display.
Battery contacts dirty.
Clean contacts.
See also below under: “charging
error”
Standby time
too short.
Frequent use of the organiser and Restrict use if necessary.
games.
Speed search active.
Deactivate speed search (p. 61).
Display illumination on.
Switch off display illumination (p. 60).
Unintentional keystroke (illumina- Activate key lock (p. 60).
tion!).
Charging fault Battery totally discharged.
(charge icon not
displayed).
SIM error.
1) Plug in charger cable 2) Wait for approx. 5-10 minutes until the charge icon is displayed 3) Charge for
5 hours Temperature out of range:
5 °C to 40 °C.
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.
Plug in to a different socket or check voltage.
Wrong charger.
Only use original Siemens accessories.
Battery fault.
Replace battery.
SIM card not correctly inserted.
Make sure that the SIM card is correctly inserted (p. 6).
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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network.
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Signal weak.
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Move higher, to a window or open space.
Outside GSM range.
Check service provider coverage map.
SIM card not valid.
Reclaim at the service provider.
New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network
(p. 63).
Network barring is set.
Check barrings (p. 63).
Network overloaded.
Try again later.
Phone loses
Signal too weak.
Reconnection to another service provider is automatic
network.
(p. 63). Switching the phone on and off may speed
this up.
Calls not possible. 2nd line set.
Set line 1 (p. 63).
New SIM card inserted.
Check for new restrictions.
Charge limit reached.
Reset limit with PIN 2 (p. 62).
Credit used up.
Load credit.
Certain uses of the Call restrictions are set.
Barrings may have been set by your service provider.
phone not possible.
Check barrings (p. 63).
Entries cannot be Phonebook is full.
Delete entries in Phonebook (p. 20).
made in Phonebook.
Voice mail does not Call divert to the mailbox not Set call divert to the mailbox (p. 35).
work
set.
SMS (text message) SMS memory full.
Delete messages (SMS) to make room (p. 24).
flashes.
Function cannot be Not supported by your serv- Contact your Service Provider.
set.
ice provider or registration
required.
Charge counter
Charge pulse not transmitted. Contact your Service Provider.
does not work.
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Message cannot be
sent.
PIN error.
Phone code error.
Service provider code
error.
Too few/too many
menu entries.
No fax possible.
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Service provider does not support this
service.
Phone number of the service centre is
not set or is wrong.
SIM card contract does not support this
service.
Service centre overloaded.
Addressee does not have a compatible
phone.
Three wrong entries.
Three wrong entries.
No authorisation for this service.
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Check with your Service Provider.
Set service centre (p. 29).
Contact your Service Provider.
Repeat message.
Check.
Enter the MASTER PIN (PUK) provided with
the SIM according to the instructions. If
MASTER PIN or PIN are lost, contact your
service provider.
Contact Siemens Service (p. 72).
Contact your Service Provider.
Functions may have been added or re- Check with your Service Provider.
moved by the service provider via the
SIM card.
Incorrect settings in the PC.
Check settings (p. 67).
No authorisation for the service.
Contact your Service Provider.
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Severe shock.
Phone became wet.
Remove battery and SIM and insert them again. Do not dismantle the phone.
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 the
phone.
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Alarm clock ................................ 48
Alarms missed ........................... 48
Answering service (external) ..... 35
Appointments ............................ 45
Auto answer (in the car) ............ 66
Auto redial ................................. 11
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BattleMail™ Kung-Fu .................
Beep, ringer ...............................
Big letters ..................................
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Bitmap viewer ...........................
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Browser (WAP) ..........................
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charges .................................. 39
holding ................................... 13
menu ..................................... 14
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Call back .................................... 11
Call divert ................................... 40
Call lists ..................................... 38
Call screening ............................ 57
Call to group .............................. 42
Call transfer ............................... 13
Calling faces .............................. 22
Calling symbol ........................... 22
Calls dialled (call list) .................. 38
Calls missed (call list) ................. 38
Calls received ............................ 38
Car kit (profiles) .......................... 53
Car kit accessories ..................... 66
Car solutions .............................. 75
CB services ................................ 36
Charge display ........................... 39
Charging (battery) ........................ 7
CLIPit™ Covers ...................... 1, 74
Clock .......................................... 49
Conceal ID ................................. 65
Conference ................................ 13
Confidential numbers ............ 9, 62
Connection (2nd phone number) 63
Connection, select ..................... 63
Contrast (display) ....................... 60
Control codes (DTMF) ......... 14, 21
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contrast ..................................
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Gehäuseschale .......................... 74
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Limit (charge) ............................. 39
Loss of phone, SIM card ........... 73
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control ...................................... 5
speed dialling ......................... 56
Message (SMS) ......................... 23
Microphone off .................... 14, 43
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settings .................................. 63
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Phonebook
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group ...................................... 19
input aid ................................. 16
insert picture .......................... 22
new entry ............................... 16
store control code (DTMF) ..... 21
Phonecode ................................... 9
Picture & sound ......................... 26
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change ..................................... 9
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Security ................................. 9, 62
Service centre ........................... 29
Siemens Service ........................ 72
Silent alert ................................. 57
SIM services .......................... 8, 37
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capacity ............................ 24, 45
delivery confirmation ............. 24
insert picture .................... 25, 26
setup ...................................... 29
status report .......................... 29
T9 input ............................ 25, 47
to group ................................. 42
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function .................................... 5
set .......................................... 55
SOS ............................................. 8
Special characters ............... 17, 27
Speech/fax ................................. 67
Speed dialling numbers ............. 56
Standby mode ............................. 8
Standby time ............................... 7
Swapping ................................... 12
Switching off phone .................... 8
automatically .......................... 49
Switching on phone ..................... 8
Symbols ..................................... 68
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activate, deactivate .......... 25, 47
text entry ............................... 27
Technical data ............................ 73
Text entry ............................ 17, 27
Text message ............................ 23
Text message (SMS) ................. 23
Time/charge ............................... 39
Time/date ................................... 49
Timezones ................................. 49
Topic list (CB) ............................. 36
Troubleshooting ......................... 69
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User group (network) ................. 65
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Voice message .......................... 35
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