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Contents
Safety precautions ..................... 3
Overview of the phone .............. 4
Getting Started .......................... 6
Insert SIM card/battery ............. 6
Emergency number (SOS) ........ 7
Charge battery ......................... 7
User guide ............................... 8
Navigation ............................... 8
Menu ....................................... 9
Searching ................................. 9
Switch
on, off / PIN entry ......... 10
See also InStandby mode ........................ 10
dex at the end
of this User Security .................................... 11
Guide
Making a phone call ................. 12
Dialling with number keys ...... 12
Dialling using Contacts ........... 12
Accept call ............................. 12
End call .................................. 12
Dialling Options ..................... 12
Reject call .............................. 13
Call waiting ............................ 13
Conference ............................ 13
Options during a call .............. 14
Volume control ...................... 15
Handsfree .............................. 15
Writing Text ............................. 16
Contacts ................................... 19
Open the Contacts ................. 19
Insert SIM card entries ............ 19
Call an entry ........................... 21
View an entry ......................... 21
Groups ................................... 22
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Contents
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Voice Dialling .........................23
Add a ringtone .......................24
Business Card .........................25
Records .....................................26
Recent calls ............................26
Records list .............................26
Call duration ...........................26
Call costs ................................27
GPRS data counter ..................27
Records options ......................27
Messages ..................................28
Message options .....................28
New messages .......................28
Inbox ......................................32
Viewing a message .................32
View options ..........................32
My folders ..............................34
Mailbox ..................................35
Drafts .....................................36
Sent .......................................36
Outbox ...................................37
Reports ...................................37
Settings ..................................37
SIM messages .........................43
Service commands ..................43
Internet .....................................44
Settings ..................................44
Bookmarks view .....................44
WAP connection .....................46
WAP browser settings .............47
Connection security ................48
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
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Contents
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Camera ..................................... 49
Snapshot ............................... 49
Images ................................... 51
Music ........................................ 55
Radio ..................................... 55
MP3 Player ............................. 56
Organiser ................................. 57
Calendar ................................ 57
Tasks ..................................... 59
Today .................................... 60
Notes ..................................... 60
See also InVoice memo ........................... 60
dex at the end
of this User
Calculator .............................. 61
Guide
Converter ............................... 62
Extras ....................................... 64
File Manager .......................... 64
MultiMediaCard ..................... 65
Java applications .................... 66
Alarm clock ............................ 69
Favourites .............................. 69
SIM Phonebook ...................... 70
SIM fixed dial ......................... 70
Service numbers .................... 70
SIM services ........................... 70
Profiles ..................................... 71
Activate ................................. 71
Setup ..................................... 71
Setup ........................................ 73
Phone .................................... 73
Screensaver ........................... 74
Call ........................................ 75
Connection .............................76
Date and time settings ............78
Security ..................................79
Call barring .............................80
Network .................................81
Accessory settings ..................82
Call divert ...............................83
Bluetooth™ ............................84
Infrared ..................................87
Modem ..................................87
Audio .....................................88
Voice mailbox .........................88
Manager .................................90
Shortcut .................................92
Questions & Answers ................93
Customer Care ..........................96
Care and maintenance .............98
Product data .............................99
SAR – European Union
(RTTE) .....................................100
SAR – International
(ICNIRP) ...................................102
Accessories .............................103
Quality Statements .................104
Battery quality statement ......104
Display quality statement ......104
Guarantee certificate (UK) .....105
Guarantee certificate (IRL) .....106
Index .......................................107
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
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Safety precautions
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Safety
Information for parents
precautions Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use.
Explain the content and the hazards associated with using the phone to your children.
Remember to comply with legal
Do not use an optical magnifier
requirements and local restricto look at the activated infrared
tions when using the phone. For
interface [Class 1 LED product
example in aeroplanes, petrol
(classification as per
stations, hospitals or while
IEC 60825-1)].
driving.
Only use original Siemens batMobile phones can interfere
teries (100 % mercury-free) and
with the functioning of medical
– charging devices. Otherwise
devices such as hearing aids or
you risk serious damage to
pacemakers. Keep at least
health and property. The battery
20 cm/9 inches between phone
could explode, for instance.
and pacemaker. When using
You may only open the phone to
the mobile phone hold it to the
replace the battery (100 % merear which is further away from
cury-free), or SIM card or
the pacemaker. For more inforMultiMediaCard. You must not
mation consult your doctor.
open the battery under any
The SIM card and
circumstances. All other changMultiMediaCard may be rees to this device are strictly promoved. Caution! Small parts like
hibited and will invalidate the
this could be swallowed by
guarantee.
young children.
Important:
The mains voltage specified on
Please dispose of unwanted
the power supply unit (Volt)
batteries and phones as permitmust not be exceeded. Otherted by the laws in your country.
wise the charging device may
be destroyed.
The phone may cause interferThe ringtone (S. 88), info tones
ence in the vicinity of TV sets,
(S. 88) and handsfree talking
radios and PCs.
are reproduced through the
loudspeaker. Do not hold the
Use only Siemens original acphone to your ear when it rings
cessories. This will avoid potenor when you have switched on
tial risks to health or property
the handsfree function (p. 15).
and ensure compliance with all
Otherwise you risk serious
relevant regulations.
permanent damage to your
hearing.
Improper use will invalidate the guarantee!
For software installation see important
warning message on p. 68.
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Overview of the phone
Overview of c Integrated antenna
the phone Do not interfere with the phone above the
battery cover unnecessarily. This reduces
the signal strength.
d Loudspeaker
e Displays
Signal strength/GPRS available/
battery level
f Number keys
Digits, letters.
g Joystick/Other keys
See next page.
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h Microphone
c Infrared interface
(IrDA, e.g. for communication between PC/
PDA and mobile phone)
d Push-to-talk key
• In standby mode: start voice control,
• In voice control mode: start recording,
• In voice record mode: start recording.
e Snapshot key
• In standby mode:
start snapshot application,
• Snapshot mode: take a photo.
f MultiMediaCard insertion
g Device interface
Connection for charger, headset etc.
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Overview of the phone
c
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# key Hold down
In standby mode: switch key lock on/off.
d Soft keys
The current functions of these keys are displayed in the lowest display line as text or
icons.
e
*
key Hold down
In standby mode: Switch on/off the profile
"Mute" (p. 71).
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f Joystick
Move the joystick left, right, up down for
navigation on the display.
Press the joystick to open folders or start
applications.
g Menu key
Press to display the main menu. Hold down
to switch between applications (p. 9).
h Call key
Dial displayed phone number or name,
accept calls.
In standby mode: display the last calls.
In call mode: Hold/unhold function
i On/Off/End key
Press: end call/function/application and
return to Idle mode.
In menus: one menu level back.
Hold down:
Switch phone on/off. From menus: return to
standby mode.
j Shift key
Opens the text menu with editing functions.
In lists: while holding, press/move the joystick to mark/unmark items.
In edit mode: while holding, press/move the
joystick to mark/unmark characters.
k Clear key
Deletes selected items in edit mode or usercreated lists.
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Getting
Started
Getting Started
Insert SIM card/battery
The service provider supplies you
with a SIM card on which all the important data for your line is stored.
If the SIM card has been delivered
in credit card size, snap the smaller
segment out and remove any rough
edges.
• Press the lock n and remove the
lid in the direction indicated by
the arrow o.
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n
n
• Insert SIM card in the opening
with contacts pointing downwards.
First push at the phones edge q,
than push gently until it engages
r (make sure the angled corner is
in the correct position).
r
q
• Insert battery into phone s.
o
p
s
• Remove the battery upwards p.
p
• Close the lid in reverse way as described in o.
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.
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Getting Started
Emergency number
(SOS)
Must only be used in real emergencies!
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Switch the phone on and check for
adequate signal strength.
E
Press to go to standby if in
a menu or application.
M
Key in the emergency
number (e.g. 112 or
other official emergency
numbers).
D
Press to call the number.
You can make an emergency call on
any network without a SIM card and
without entering a PIN (not available
in all countries).
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
mains power socket and charge for
at least two hours.
Display when charging is in
progress
h
During charging.
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Charging time
An empty battery is fully charged
after about 1 - 1.5 hours. Charging is
only possible in an ambient temperature of 5 °C to 40 °C (the charge icon
flashes as a warning when the temperature is 5 °C above/below this
range). The mains voltage specified
on the power supply unit must not
be exceeded.
Charge icon not visible
If the battery is totally discharged
no charge icon is displayed when
the charger is plugged in. It will appear after two hours at most. In this
case the battery is fully charged after
1.5 - 2 hours.
Only use the charger provided!
Display while in service
Charge level display during operation (empty-full):
a d g
A beep sounds when the battery is
nearly empty.
Note
The charger heats up when used for long
periods. This is normal and not dangerous.
Operating times
Standby time up to 200 hours, and up to
240 minutes talk time, depended on the
operating conditions.
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Getting Started
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User guide
Navigation
The following symbols are used to
explain operation:
Joystick
M
E
D
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AB
F
G
C
K
L
Enter numbers or letters.
On/Off/End key.
Call key.
Soft keys.
Shift key.
Clear key.
Menu key.
Use joystick for navigation
on display, and for open
folders and applications.
Function depends on the
service provider, special
registration may be
necessary.
Move the cursor in menus, and lists
by moving the joystick to the left,
right, up, and down.
Open selected folders or start
applications by a short press on
the joystick.
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Getting Started
Menu
In the Menu you can access all main
applications.
C
Press the menu key to
display the Menu.
Personalise your Menu
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Organise all applications and folders
in any order you like. Select the required item, then:
OptionsKMove
A check mark is placed beside the selection. Move with the cursor to the
new position and press OK.
To move items to a folder, select the
required item:
OptionsKMove to folder
A list of available folders is shown as
possible destinations (function is not
shown if there is no folder available).
You can also choose the root level
when moving an item out of a folder. Select the new location for the
item and press OK.
Menu Options
Open, List view, Move, Move to folder,
New folder, Exit.
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Switching between
applications
If there is more than one application
running you can switch between
them.
C
Press and hold down the
Menu key.
A list with all active applications appears on the display. Scroll to the required one and press the joystick to
switch the active one.
Note
If too many applications are open, some
may be closed by the phone to save memory. Unsaved data will be saved automatically before an application is closed.
Searching
Your phone has one search field for
all purposes. Usually the search field
is indicated as such by a magnifying
glass to the left of the text-field.
In other cases you may have to
activate it:
OptionsKFind
To search for an item, key in letters
in the search field. The phone starts
searching automatically and shows
the matches for selection. To optimise the search, key in more letters.
To open the found item, press the
joystick.
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Switch on, off / PIN entry
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Switch on, off
/ PIN entry
Switch on, off
E
To switch on, hold down
On/Off/End key.
To switch off, hold down
On/Off/End key in standby
mode.
Standby mode
When the name of the service
provider appears at the top of the
display, the phone is in standby mode
and ready for use.
Enter PIN
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The SIM card can be protected with a
4-8 digit PIN.
M
Enter your PIN code using
the number keys (shown
as a series of asterisks.
If you make a mistake
press G.
B
Press OK to confirm the input. Logging on to the
network will take a few
seconds.
The following indicators are shown
on the display:
Signal strength
_ Strong signal.
^ A weak signal reduces the call
quality and may lead to loss of
the connection. Change your
location.
Battery charge level
Shows the power of the battery in 7 steps,
e.g.:
d
Half full.
Full.
g
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Security
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Security
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General
PIN code
The phone and SIM card are protected against misuse by several security
codes.
You can change the PIN to any
4-8 digit number you may find easier
to remember.
Keep these confidential numbers in a
safe place where you can access them
again if required.
PIN2 code
PIN
code
Protects your SIM card (personal identification number).
PIN2
code
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.
Security Protects your phone. The decode
fault code number is 12345.
You can change the security
code to any number.
To access code administration:
C KSetupKSettingsKSecurity
KPhone and SIM
KSelect a function:
PIN code request
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.
(displayed only if PIN 2 is available)
Change PIN2 proceed as with PIN
code.
Security code
You can change the security code to
any number (exactly 5 digits). The
default code number is 12345.
If it is entered incorrectly three
times, the phone will be blocked. In
this case, please contact Siemens
Service (p. 96).
Clear SIM card barring
If the PIN is entered incorrectly three
times, the SIM card is barred. Enter
the PUK (MASTER PIN), provided by
your service provider with the SIM
card, according to instructions. If the
PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost,
please contact your service provider.
Note
See p. 79 for more functions.
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Making a phone call
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Making a
phone call
Dialling with number
keys
The phone must be switched on
(standby mode).
M
Enter the number (always
with prefix).
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D
Press.
or
A
G A short press clears
the last digit, a long press
clears the entire number.
If the phone number has been transmitted by the network, it is displayed. If it is stored in the Contacts,
the corresponding name/picture is
displayed.
Press the Call key. The displayed phone number is
dialled.
Dialling using Contacts
Press the joystick or move it down to
open Contacts (in standby mode)
or
C KContacts
Select required entry.
D
The phone must be switched on
(standby mode).
0
Press to set the international prefix +.
D
Accept call
Press the Call key to start
the call.
For further information see p. 21.
Note
You can also make calls from numbers
found within SMS, MMS, E-mail messages
and other texts, from the SIM Phonebook or
by using shortcuts (p. 75).
Press Answer.
End call
E
Press the End key.
Note
End an active call even if the person on the
other end of the line has hung up first.
Dialling Options
Add to Contacts (Create new, Update
existing), Call, Send (SMS, MMS).
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Making a phone call
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Reject call
Conference
E
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.
Press the end key. The
caller will hear a "line
busy" tone.
The call may be diverted if
this has been set previously (p. 83).
Call waiting
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You may need to register for this
service with your service provider
and set your phone accordingly
(p. 75).
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:
D
E
Press Call during the call
to answer the waiting call.
The first call is put on
hold.
Press briefly to end the active call or hold down to
end both calls. Also:
OptionsKEnd all calls
If a second call is on hold:
B
Press Swap to switch between the calls.
You have established a connection:
M
D
Enter the new number, or
use Contacts (p. 21).
Press the Call key.
The first call is automatically put on hold. When
the new connection is
established, add the first
participant:
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Making a phone call
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OptionsKConference
To add another person to
the conference, repeat
procedure and then
select:
OptionsKAdd to conference
Private
You can have a private conversation
with one of the conference participants:
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OptionsKConferenceKPrivate
Select participant.
B
Press Private.
You can now have a private discussion, while the rest of the conference participants continue talking.
To end the private conversation and
go back to the conference:
OptionsKConference
Drop
To remove one participant from the
conference:
OptionsKConference
KDrop participant
Select participant.
B
Options during a call
BT handsfree on, End active call, Hold/
Unhold, Mute/Unmute, New call, Add to
conference, Send DTMF, Answer, Reject,
Mute
Most relevant functions:
Mute/Unmute
Switch microphone on/off.
If switched off, the person on the
other end of the line cannot hear you
(muting)
Transfer
The original call is joined to the second one. For you, both calls are now
ended
Send DTMF
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).
*
#
*
Press Drop.
B
Press to produce a *.
Press to produce a #.
Press twice to produce "p"
for a pause of approx.
2 seconds, and press
3 times to produce "w" if
you want the remaining
sequence not to be sent
until you press Send again
during the call.
Press OK to send the tone.
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Making a phone call
Note
To store DTMF tones as an Contacts
entry, see p. 21.
Volume control
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Handsfree
To activate/deactivate the loudspeaker during a call:
Press sidekey
Move the joystick left/right to decrease/increase volume when a call
is active or a sound plays.
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Do the same if a headset is
connected.
or
OptionsKBT handsfree on/
Activate handset
You can hear the caller via the builtin loudspeaker. Also useful when using an application during a call, e.g.
calendar or notes.
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Writing Text
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Writing Text
General
T9 writing
Your phone offers two ways of
writing text:
To switch to T9 writing:
• The conventional method. You
press a number key repeatedly
until the required character
appears.
• The T9 method. You write a word,
pressing each number key only
once.
Conventional writing
To switch to conventional writing:
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F
Press.
Alpha mode
Select.
Press a number key repeatedly until
the required character appears.
Make a pause until the cursor
appears to the right of the written
character. Write next character and
so on.
After the characters of a key its
number is written, followed by
similar characters used in foreign
languages.
F
T9 input on
Press.
Select.
If T9 text input is switched on this
icon is shown:
T9 deduces the correct word from
the individual key entries by making
comparisons with an extensive
dictionary. Since the display changes
as you proceed ...
... it is best if you finish a word without
looking at the display.
You simply press the keys where the
relevant letter is located once only.
For "hotel", for example, type:
46835
While you write a word it is underlined. If it is correct move the cursor
to the right or insert a space.
If the word is incorrect and the cursor marks the word:
B
Press >>T9>> repeatedly to
view matching words
stored in the dictionary.
If the last match is
reached, you can add the
word as a new entry to
the dictionary.
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A
Writing Text
Press Spell to write the
0
new word. Press OK to
save it to the dictionary.
0
General rules
For writing text, several modes are
available. For changing mode, use
the # key. The status indicator is
shown at the top line of the display.
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#
#
123 – Number mode. For
leaving number mode,
long press the key again –
you cannot change between the other modes
when 123 is activated.
Short press switches
between:
Abc/T9 Abc – First letter
upper case, following letters lower case.
ABC/T9 ABC – All upper
case.
Entering 1 opens a small
pop up menu. *
Short press once writes a
blank and ends the word.
1
Short press twice for line
feed.
Short press three times for
entering 1. *
Writes a dot.
Multiple short press
inserts punctuation
marks. *
Shows a table with special
characters (symbols) for
selection.
Navigate to the desired
character by using the
joystick.
Long press switches to:
abc/T9 abc – All lower case.
1
*
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G
Deletes the character left
of the cursor.
* Long press on any number key
writes the number.
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Writing Text
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Text options
During writing text, T9 options, other mode options, and writing language can be changed. Depending
on the current situation not all functions are visible.
F
Press.
T9 input
Select.
Insert symbol
Shows a table with special
characters for selection.
Writing language
Change the T9 input language. If the required dictionary is not available,
see Writing language, p. 73.
Copy
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Matches
View a list of matching
words for selection.
Insert word
Add a word to the dictionary (max. 32 letters). If
the dictionary becomes
full, a new word replaces
the oldest one.
Edit word
Edit word in abc/ABC
mode.
Off
Ends T9 mode.
Alpha mode
Switches to lower case
mode. The status indicator shows abc.
Number mode
Switch to number input
mode. The status indicator shows 123.
Selected text will be
copied into the clipboard.
To select text:
F Press and hold,
while moving the joystick
left/right to select words
or up/down to select lines.
F Still hold and
press Copy.
Cut
F
Paste
To insert text from the
clipboard:
Short press to open
the menu, select Cut to
cut and copy the selected
text into the clipboard.
F Press and hold, then
press Paste.
G
Press to remove the selected
text from the document.
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Contacts
Contacts
General
In Contacts you can store and
manage entries with names, phone
numbers and additional address information. Add voice dialling, a personal ringtone or a thumbnail image
to an entry.
Open the Contacts
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C KContacts
Insert SIM card
entries
You can copy entries from the SIM
card to the Contacts on the phone.
Further data can be added to them
subsequently.
C KExtrasKSIM
Open SIM phonebook and select the
name(s) you want to copy by marking.
It is also possible to open contacts by
pressing joystick downwards, or to assign
one of the softkeys in idle mode a shortcut
to contacts.
OptionsKCopy to Contacts
New entry
OptionsKCopy to SIM ph.book
C KContactsKOptions
KNew contact
M
Enter at least a name and
a phone number. To write
text, see, p. 16.
B
Press Done to store the
new entry.
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To copy an entry from Contacts to SIM,
open the entry and select the required
number:
Contacts Options main menu
Open, Call, Create message (SMS, MMS,
E-mail), New contact, Edit, Delete, Duplicate, Add to group, Belongs to groups,
Mark/Unmark, (Mark, Mark all, Unmark
all), Send business card (via SMS, via email, via Bluetooth, via infrared), Contacts info (Memory, Voice tags) Exit.
Contacts Options
By opening a contact the following
functions are available.
Call, Create message (SMS, MMS, Email), Edit, Delete, Defaults, Add voice
tag, Ringtone, Copy to SIM ph.book,
Send business card (via SMS, via e-mail,
via Bluetooth, via infrared), Ringtone,
Send business card (via SMS, via e-mail,
via Bluetooth, via infrared), Exit.
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Edit an entry
Add and remove fields
Select required entry.
There are additional fields available
for an entry. To add/delete an extra
field open the entry, then:
OptionsKEdit
M
B
Make the required
changes.
OptionsKEdit
Then in edit mode:
Press Done, to save the
setting.
OptionsKAdd detail/Delete detail
select to edit, complete or delete
informations of a contact entry.
Delete an entry
Select required entry.
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OptionsKDelete
or
press G button.
Delete multiple entries
Select required entries.
OptionsKMark
or
OptionsKMark all
The entries are indicated by a check
mark. Mark further entries if required. To delete all marked entries
select:
OptionsKDelete
or
press G button.
or
OptionsKEdit label select to rename
a field.
Add a picture
There are two different types of picture you can add to an contacts entry. See also Camera, p. 49.
Thumbnail
This image is shown in the display
when the entry calls you. To open
the required entry:
OptionsKEdit
Then in edit mode:
OptionsKAdd thumbnail
Select a thumbnail.
Image
Attach an image to an entry. Open
the required entry, move the joystick
to the right to open the image view,
then:
OptionsKAdd image
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Contacts
Add DTMF tones
View an entry
In editing mode add the field DTMF
to the entry:
The view mode shows all fields with
information contained in the entry.
OptionsKAdd detailKDTMF
Select the required entry and press
the joystick
M
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Key in the DTMF tone
string.
or
To use it, make a call. Once the connection is established, select the
DTMF field and press OK.
OptionsKOpen
Move the joystick to the right to
open the image view.
Editing Options
View Mode Options
Add thumbnail/Remove thumbnail, Add
detail/Delete detail,Edit label, Exit.
Call, Create message (SMS, MMS, Email), Edit, Delete, Defaults, Add voice
tag/Voice tags, Assign shortcut:/Remove
shortcut, Ringtone, Copy to SIM ph.book,
Send business card (via SMS, via e-mail,
via Bluetooth, via infrared), Exit.
Call an entry
C KContacts
Select required entry and press
joystick.
If there is more than one number
available select the required number
from the list.
D
Press.
Assign default numbers and
addresses
If an entry has several phone numbers or e-mail addresses, to speed up
calling and sending messages, you
can define certain numbers and addresses to be used as default.
Open the entry.
OptionsKDefaults
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In a pop-up window the following
options are displayed:
Add members
• Phone number
C KContacts
Select required entry.
• SMS number
• MMS number/address
Select an option, then
OptionsKAdd to group
Select required group (if more than
one available).
A
A
• E-mail address
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Open Contacts:
Press Assign. All assigned
numbers/addresses are
displayed. Select the one
you want to have as the
default.
Groups
For better handling of large numbers
of Contacts entries you can assign
them to groups. These can also be
used as distribution lists for sending
short messages or e-mails.
New group
Open Contacts:
C KContacts
Move the joystick to the right to
open the Groups list.
OptionsKNew group
M
A
Write a name for the
group.
Press OK.
Add to group: press.
Add multiple members
Open Contacts
C KContacts
Move the joystick to the right to
open the Groups list. Select and
open required group.
OptionsKAdd members
Select an entry and press the joystick
to mark it. Repeat on all entries you
want to add.
A
Press OK to add all marked
entries to the group.
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Contacts
Remove members
Voice Dialling
Open Contacts:
30 phone numbers can be dialled by simply saying a word e.g.
the name of an entry. Voice dialling
entries must be stored in the phone’s
memory (not on the SIM card!).
C KContacts
Move the joystick to the right to
open the Groups list. Select and
open required group. Then select
required entry;
OptionsKRemove from group
A
Press Yes
or
press G button.
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Groups Options
Open, New group, Delete, Rename,
Ringtone, Contacts info (Memory, Voice
tags), Exit
Most relevant functions:
Ringtone
Assign an individual ringtone to the
selected group.
Contacts infoKMemory
No. of contacts/groups
Contacts infoKVoice tags
List of all entries with voice tags.
Press Options to edit.
Some useful hints before using voice
dialling:
• Voice tags depend only on the
speaker’s voice, not a language.
• Beware of loud background noise,
voice tags are sensitive to it.
• Use long names for better recognition and differentiation between similar names.
• When using voice dialling, the
loudspeaker is in use.
Record
Open Contacts and select the
required entry.
Open the entry and select the
required number.
OptionsKAdd voice tag
A
Press Start.
Say the name after the starting tone.
There are two times training to enter
a voice tag. Wait until the name is repeated and automatically saved by
the phone.
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B
Press Quit if you don’t
want to save recording.
When the voice tag is
saved, a symbol can be
seen next to the number
in the addressbook entry.
Apply
Long press Voice Dialling key on the
side of the phone.
Add a ringtone
You can set a specific ringtone for
each entry or group. When that entry
or group member calls you, this ringtone will be played.
Note
The phone number of the caller must be
sent with the call to become recognised
(see also Send my caller ID, p. 75).
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Open Contacts and select the
required entry. Open the entry
A short signal sounds. Now say the
name. The phone answers with the
original voice tag and displays the
number and name. The number will
be dialled after 1.5 seconds.
A
Press End call if you don’t
want to make this call.
Editing Options
Playback, Delete, Change
Note
To view the list of all defined voice tags:
Open Contacts:
OptionsKContacts infoKVoice tags
To hear a voice tag, select it:
OptionsKPlayback
or
move the joystick to the right to
open the Groups list.
then
OptionsKRingtone
Select required tone.
B
Press Select.
Note
All entries in a group get the same ringtone
you assign to the group, even if they had
their own one before.
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Contacts
Business Card
You can create an entry as your own
business card and transmit it as a
message in vCard format via SMS
and e-mail or you may transmit it
to another device with IrDA or
Bluetooth capability.
Open Contacts and select your entry.
OptionsKSend business card
Then select the method:
via SMS, p. 29
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via Bluetooth, p. 84
via infrared, p. 87
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Records
Records
General
Records list
Your phone stores numbers
of phone calls for convenient
redialling and registers all traffic
such as short messages, packet data
connections and fax/data calls.
C KRecords
Move to right to show the total
records list.
Missed calls.
Recent calls
Received calls.
C KRecordsK Recent calls
Dialled numbers.
Select required list:
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Calls missed
L
Up to 20 phone numbers of calls that
you have received but not answered
are stored for call back purposes.
Requirement: The network supports
the "Caller Identity" feature
Calls received
Icons in the list:
L
Up to 20 phone numbers, or names
of the most recently accepted calls
are listed.
Requirement: The network supports
the "Caller Identity" feature
Dialled numbers
Access to the last 20 numbers you
dialled or attempted to call.
Editing Options
After selecting the call list, the following options are available:
Call, Use number, Delete, Clear list, Add
to Contacts (Create new, Update existing), Exit
Records list options
View details, Clear records, Filter, Add to
Contacts (Create new, Update existing),
Settings, Exit.
Most relevant function:
Use the Filter for a customized view
of the list.
Call duration
Displays the duration of incoming
and outgoing calls.
Available lists:
Last call, Dialled numbers, Calls received, All calls
Note
You can see the call duration during an
active call:
OptionsKSettings
KShow call durationKYes
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Records
Call costs
GPRS data counter
Call costs allows you to check the
cost of the last call or all calls.
C KRecordsK GPRS counter
Allows you to check the amount of
data sent and received during packet
data (GPRS) connections.
Call costs limit set by a service
provider
Special SIM cards allow the service
provider to define a credit or a period
after which the phone is barred for
outgoing calls.
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Records options
The offered functions depend on the
current situation/position:
The number of remaining units is
shown during a call and in standby
mode. The display of prepaid cards
may vary depending on the service
provider.
Open, Clear timers, Clear counters,
Clear recent calls, Settings, Exit
Most relevant functions:
Call costs limit set by yourself
Settings:
• Records duration: No, 1,10 or 30
days.
(PIN 2 query)
C KRecordsK
KLast call units/All calls' cost
Mark one of them. For activating
select:
OptionsKSettings
KCall cost limitKOnKOK
Enter the limit in units or currency
depending on the setting Show costs
in above.
Clear recent calls:
You can clear all recent calls lists.
• Show call duration during an active
call: Yes/No
• Show costs in (PIN 2 query):
Currency/Units
• Call cost limit (PIN 2 query): Off, On
(see above).
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Messages
Messages
General
C KMessages
Transmit and receive messages via:
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. 37).
• SMS,
Create a short message
• Smart message,
MessagesKCreate message
K SMS
To insert recipient in the field To:
• MMS,
• E-mail,
• Bluetooth or infrared.
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Additionally you may receive cell
broadcast messages or WAP service
messages.
Message options
The offered functions depend on the
current situation/position.
Open, Create message (SMS, MMS, Email), Connect, SIM messages, Cell
broadcast, Service commands, Settings,
Exit
New messages
SMS (Short message)
You may transmit and receive very
long SMS (up to 760 characters) on
your phone, which are automatically
composed from several "normal"
SMS messages (note the accruing
charges).
• Press joystick to open contacts,
mark/unmark recipient(s).
Press OK to return to message.
If a recipient offers multiple
phone numbers, select one.
• Write the phone number
• Copy the recipient from another
application (Copy, see p. 18).
Move down to the text field and
write text (p. 16).
In the top of the display the message
length indicator will show you the
number of used characters and SMS.
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Messages
Send the message:
OptionsKSend
Save the message (to send it later):
B
Press Close to save message to Drafts.
SMS Options
Send, Add recipient, Insert (Picture,
Template), Delete, Message details,
Sending options (p. 28), Exit.
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Ask your service provider whether
this service is available. You may
need to register for this service
separately.
Note
Only devices that offer Multimedia Messaging Service can receive multimedia
messages.
A multimedia message can have
several pages with text, music or
pictures included in each page.
Text can be composed using T9
support (p. 16).
Smart messages are special short
messages that can contain data.
You can send a business card (vCard,
p. 25) or a calendar note (vCalendar,
p. 59). You may receive e.g. WAP
Service setting informations, a ringing tone or an operator logo.
An Image that has been produced
with Snapshot or received in a message can be attached. The maximum
size of 640x480 pixels is reduced to
the size of the display.
MMS
A Sound clip is sent and received as a
AMR file.
The Multimedia Messaging Service
enables you to send texts, pictures,
sounds and video clips in a combined message to another mobile
phone or to an e-mail address.
Depending on the setting of your
phone, you will automatically
receive the complete message or
you will receive a notification for a
few seconds that shows that a new
message is on the server. User has to
change the settings to Retrieve immediately to receive the message.
A Video clip can be recorded with the
Camcorder application, located at:
C KCameraKVideo
Further informations about camcorder see: www.my-siemens.com/sx1
All items in an MMS are combined in
the form of a slide show.
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Messages
Create a multimedia message
MessagesKNew messageKMMS
To insert recipient in the field To:
• Press joystick to open contacts,
mark/unmark recipient(s). Press
OK to return to message.
If a recipient offers multiple phone
numbers or e-mail addresses,
select one.
• Write the phone number
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• Copy the recipient from another
application (Copy, see p. 18).
Move down to the text field and
write text (p. 16).
To add an image, a sound clip, a
video clip and templates to the
message:
OptionsKInsert (Image, Sound clip,
Video clip, New image, New
sound clip, Template)
To remove the image, the sound clip
or video clip from the message:
OptionsKRemove
(Image, Sound clip, Video
clip)
To see the complete multimedia
message before sending:
OptionsKPreview message
To see/hear the single objects of the
message:
OptionsKObjects
(In the Objects view you are offered
other Options to arrange, open and
remove objects).
Save the message (to send it later):
B
Press Close to save message to Drafts.
Send the multimedia message:
OptionsKSend
or
press call creation key to send the
message
MMS Options
Send, Add recipient, Insert, Preview
message, Objects, Remove, Delete,
Message details, Sending options, Exit.
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Messages
E-mail
Your phone has its own e-mail client.
You can use it to create and receive
e-mails. A file from the file system
(e.g. ringtone) can be inserted in an
e-mail as an attachment.
Create an e-mail
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MessagesKNew messageKE-mail
To insert recipient in the field To:
• Press joystick to open contacts,
mark/unmark recipient(s). Press
OK to return to message.
If a recipient offers multiple e-mail
addresses, select one,
• Write the e-mail address(es).
Note
*
#
Press for @.
Press to separate several
recipients with a semicolon.
• To send a copy of the e-mail to
someone, insert the address in
the field Cc:
• In the field Subject, enter the
header of the e-mail.
Move down to the text field and
write text (p. 16).
To add attachments like images,
sound clips, video clips, notes and
templates to the message:
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OptionsKInsert (Image, Sound clip,
Video clip, Note, Template)
To see/hear the single objects of the
e-mail:
OptionsKAttachments
(In the Attachments view you are
offered other Options to open, insert
and remove objects)
Send the e-mail:
OptionsKSend
(E-mails are automatically transmitted to the Outbox before sending).
Save the message (to send it later):
B
Press Close to save message to Drafts.
E-mail Options
Send, Add recipient, Insert, Attachments,
Delete, Message details, Sending
options, Exit.
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Inbox
Viewing a message
All received messages are stored in
the Inbox (except e-mails, see Mailbox (p. 35) and cell broadcasts
(p. 41).
Select the required message in the
Inbox and press the joystick to open
it. Use the joystick to scroll through
the message line by line. Move the
joystick left/right to show the previous/next message.
MessagesKInbox
Unread messages are written in
bold. The following icons may
appear for
new/read short messages
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new/read smart messages
new/read multimedia
messages
new/read WAP service
messages
data received via
Bluetooth
data received via infrared
unknown type
Inbox options
Open, Create message (SMS, MMS, Email), Delete, Message details, Move to
folder, Mark/Unmark, (Mark, Mark all, Unmark all), Exit.
View options
The functions offered depend on the
opened message type.
SMS and others
Reply
Open the message in the editor with
the sender’s address in the field To:
Forward
Open the message in the editor.
Call
Call the sender (or press D)
Delete
Delete message.
Message details
Check detailed information about
the message.
Move to folder
Move the message to another folder.
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Messages
Add to Contacts
With the sender’s address, update an
existing address entry or create a
new one.
Find
Search message for phone numbers,
e-mail addresses and Internet
addresses (URL).
Exit
Leaves the message menu and goes
back to main menu.
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Smart messages only
Picture message
Save the picture in a smart message
to Images. Other objects to save
may be:
Ringtone, Operator logo, Calen. entry
Business card
Save the data to Addresses. If a picture is attached, it will be saved to
Addresses as well.
Save to bookmarks
Save a bookmark to the list:
Bookmark:
E-mail notification
Tells you the number of new e-mails
in your remote mailbox. For how to
read an e-mail, see Mailbox.
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Service data
If service data are received, copy
them with the relevant function:
Save to e-mail sett., Save to SMS sett.,
Save to Voice mail, etc.
Multimedia messages only
View image
Shows an attached image.
Play sound clip
While playing, move joystick right/
left to increase/decrease volume.
Press Stop to stop the audio
playback.
Play video clip
Plays an attached video clip.
Objects
List all the different multimedia objects in a multimedia message. In the
Objects view you are offered more
Options to open, save and send
objects.
Note
Beware of viruses and harmful software.
Do not open attachments from dubious
senders. See also Certificate management
(p. 79).
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Messages
WAP messages
My folders
The message may contain bookmarks and/or access point information. To save both, select Save all.
To save them separately, select View
details. Then select Save to bookmarks
or Save to Settings.
MessagesKMy folders
Organise your messages in folders.
You may create new folders, rename
or delete old ones.
WAP service messages
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Your provider may offer "push
messages" which are notifications of
news headlines or services. For availability and subscription details, ask
your service provider.
A WAP service message may contain
text or addresses. To view or download the service select Download
message. If necessary, the phone
makes a data connection.
Templates is a special kind of folder
which contains fixed phrases. There
you can add new templates for later
use in your messages.
Note
When you are looking inside a folder, you
can simply change to other folders by moving the joystick left/right.
My folders options
Open, Create message (SMS, MMS,
E-mail), Delete, New folder, Rename folder*, Exit.
* Not available for Templates folder.
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Messages
Mailbox
Read new e-mail
MessagesKMailbox
Before an e-mail can be read, it
should be retrieved from the server.
The service provider is dialled with
the set access profile and all/new
e-mails are transmitted to the mailbox list in your phone.
Connecting to the mailbox
OptionsKConnect
If you have not set up your e-mail
account, you will be prompted to
do so; see Settings (p. 40).
Yes
Connect to your mailbox.
No
Read the e-mails stored in
your phone off-line.
Disconnect from the mailbox
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After retrieving your e-mail you
should disconnect and read your
messages off-line to save connection
costs.
Mailbox options
OptionsKRetrieve e-mail
New
Retrieve only new unread
e-mails.
All
Retrieve all e-mails from
your remote mailbox.
Selected
Use the Mark/Unmark
function to select the
required e-mails.
To read an e-mail, select the required
message in the list and press the joystick to open it.
The functions offered depend on
your on-line or offline status.
Note
Before getting the latest e-mail you must
always reconnect to your mailbox.
Open, Create message (SMS, MMS, E-mail),
Connect/Disconnect, Retrieve e-mail
(New, Selected, All), Delete, Message
details, Copy to folder, Mark/Unmark,
(Mark, Mark all, Unmark all), Exit.
Delete e-mail
You may delete e-mail from the
phone only or from the phone and
the remote mailbox on the server:
OptionsKDeleteKPhone only
or
OptionsKDeleteKPhone and server
View e-mail options
Reply (To sender, To all), Forward, Delete, Attachments, Message details, Move
to folder, Add to Contacts (Create new,
Update existing), Find, Exit.
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E-mail attachments
If an e-mail has indicated
this attachment sign,
select.
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OptionsKAttachments
In the attachment view, you may
retrieve, open or save attachments
separately, if any corresponding
application is available.
Note
Beware of viruses and harmful software.
Do not open attachments from suspicious
senders. See also Certificate management
(p. 79).
Retrieve attachments
Your mailbox may be setup not to receive attachments automatically.
This is indicated by a dimmed attachment indicator in the e-mail.
To receive the attachment:
Off-line
You can decide whether to connect
to retrieve the attachment.
Note
If using the
• IMAP 4 protocol, you may receive e-mail
headers, messages or messages with
attachments separately,
• POP 3 protocol, you may decide to receive headers only, or messages with
attachments included.
Save attachments
You can save attachments separately
from the e-mail in the corresponding
application:
OptionsKSave
View attachment options
Open, Retrieve, Save, Send (via Bluetooth, via infrared), Remove, Exit.
OptionsKRetrieve e-mail
Drafts
Open attachments
In the attachment view, select the
required attachment and press the
joystick to open it.
MessagesKDrafts
This folder contains messages which
have not yet been sent.
On-line
The attachment is retrieved from the
server and opened by the corresponding application.
Sent
MessagesKSent
This folder contains the last 15 messages which have been sent (to
change no. of stored messages,
see p. 42).
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Messages
Outbox
Reports
MessagesKOutbox
Messages are temporarily stored in
this folder until they are sent.
MessagesKReports
All messages required for status information are collected in this folder,
e.g. a confirmation required by
Receive report (p. 37). Each recipient
has his own report.
Status of the messages:
Sending
The message is being sent.
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Waiting
This message is waiting, if there are
two similar message types in the
Outbox for sending.
Settings
Resend at ...
If transmission has failed, the procedure will be repeated after a timeout period.
SMS
Deferred
This message is on hold.
Failed
If the maximum number of unsuccessful transmission attempts has
been reached, transmission has
failed. You can try to send the message again by selecting OptionsK
Send.
Queued
Happens when user sends an email
and is not online at this time.
Outbox options
Create message (SMS, MMS, E-mail), Deferred, Delete, Message details, Send,
Move to Drafts, Exit.
Select required message type and
press the joystick.
MessagesKOptionsKSettings
KSMS
Message centres
Shows a list of all defined message
centres (to add a new entry see
p. 38).
Msg. centre in use
Select the message centre you will
use for messaging.
Receive report
You are given confirmation of the
successful or unsuccessful delivery
of a sent message in the Records.
This service may be subject to a
charge.
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Message validity
Select the period in which the service centre tries to deliver the message:
1 hour, 6 hours, 24 hours, 3 days, 1 week,
Maximum time *
*) Maximum period that the service
provider permits.
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Message sent as
Make sure that your service provider
supports the conversion formats (for
information please contact your
service provider).
Text
Normal SMS message.
Fax
Transmission via SMS.
Paging
You may need to obtain
the required code number
from your service
provider.
E-mail
Transmission via SMS.
Preferred connection
You can choose between GSM or
GPRS as default, if supported by the
used network.
Reply via same ctr.
The reply to your message is handled
via your service centre (for information please contact your service provider).
SMS options
Message centre, Edit, Delete, Exit.
Add recipient, Insert (Picture, Template),
Delete, Message details, Sending options, Exit.
Most relevant functions:
Message centresKOptions
KNew msg. centre
Press the joystick, write a name
for the new service centre, then
press OK.
Move joystick down and press it.
Write the number of the new short
message centre, then press OK (get
the number from your provider).
To use the new service centre go to
Msg. centre in use and select it.
MMS
MessagesKOptionsKSettings
KMMS
Preferred connection
Select the access point to be used as
the preferred connection. To define
a new access point, see Settings
p. 76.
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Messages
Secondary conn.
Select the access point to be used as
the secondary connection.
Note
Both connections (preferred and secondary) refer to the same Internet settings.
Only the data connection is different, e.g.
GSM data call as preferred and GPRS as
secondary. For further information please
contact your service provider.
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MMS reception
Only in home net.
You will receive multimedia messages only
when you are in your
home network.
Always on
You will always receive
multimedia messages.
Off
Select if you never want
to receive multimedia
messages.
Note
Sending and receiving multimedia messages outside your home network may incur
higher connection costs.
With settings Only in home net. and
Always on your phone can make connections in the background without your knowledge!
For minimize the risk you can modify the receiving functions, see below.
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On receiving msg.
Retr. immediately
Multimedia messages will
be retrieved instantly,
even those with the
Deferred status.
Defer retrieval
Multimedia messages will
be saved in the service
centre for later transfer
(see Retr. immediately).
Reject message
All saved multimedia messages will be deleted by
the service centre.
Allow anon. messages
Select No: Reject all messages from
an anonymous sender.
Receive adverts
Receive all multimedia message
advertisements.
Receive report
If this function is activated, the status of a sent message is shown in the
Records as Pending, Failed or Delivered.
Otherwise only Delivered is shown.
Deny report sending
Your phone will not send delivery
reports of received multimedia
messages.
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Message validity
Select the period in which the service centre tries to deliver the multimedia message:
1 hour, 6 hours, 24 hours, 3 days, 1 week,
Maximum time *
*) Maximum period that the service
provider permits.
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Image size
You can define the image size in a
multimedia message:
Large (640 x 480 pixels, VGA)
Small (160 x 120 pixels)
Default speaker
Handsfree
Sounds are played over
the built-in loudspeaker,
p. 15.
Handset
Sounds are played over
the earpiece.
E-mail
MessagesKOptionsKSettings
KE-mail
To show the list of all mailboxes:
Mailboxes Press.
To define a new mailbox:
OptionsKNew mailbox
Mailbox name
Write a name for the new mailbox.
Access point in use
Choose an Internet access point
from the list (to create an access
point, see p. 76).
My mail address
Write the e-mail address given to you
by your provider (* Press for @).
Outgoing mail server
Write the host name or the IP
address of the server that sends your
e-mail.
Send message
During next conn.
The e-mail will be sent the
next time you connect to
your remote mailbox.
Immediately
If you select Send message
after writing your e-mail,
a connection will be established to send the
e-mail instantly.
Send copy to self
You will get a copy of every sent
e-mail on your mail address as defined above.
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Messages
Include signature
Write the signature after pressing
Yes. In future a signature will be attached to each mail you send.
User name
Write the user name given to you by
your provider.
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Password
Key in your password. If you don’t do
so, you will be prompted for it every
time you want to connect to your
remote mailbox.
Incoming mail server
Write the host name or the IP address of the server that receives your
e-mail.
Mailbox type
POP3 or IMAP4.
Note
The mailbox type cannot be changed after
the e-mail settings are saved.
Security
On or Off. Secure the connection to
your remote mailbox with protocols
POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP.
Retrieve attachment
You can retrieve an e-mail with or
without an attachment (not shown if
e-mail protocol POP3 is set).
Retrieve headers
You can limit the number of headers
you want to retrieve. Select All or define by yourself (max. 999).
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WAP service message
MessagesKOptionsKSettings
KService msg.
Service messages
On or Off. Receive WAP service messages or not.
Authentic. needed
You will receive WAP service messages only from authorised sources
(p. 79).
Cell broadcast
MessagesKOptions
KCell broadcast
Some service providers offer information services (info channels). If reception is activated, your "Topic list"
will supply you with messages on
the activated topics.
In the main view the following is
displayed:
• Unread, subscribed message.
• Unread, unsubscribed message.
• Topic number
• Topic name
Note
If GPRS connection is set to When available, cell broadcast messages cannot be received. To receive them, change settings to
When needed.
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Settings
Other
Reception
On/Off
You can activate and deactivate the CB service. If
the CB service is activated,
the standby time of the
phone will be reduced.
Save sent messages
A copy of a sent short message, multimedia message or e-mail is stored
in the Sent folder.
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Language
All
You receive messages in
all possible languages
Selected
You can choose in which
languages you want to receive messages.
Other
Choose if the required
language is not in the list.
Topic detection
On/Off
Save/do not save topic
numbers automatically to
the topic list.
Cell broadcast options
Open, Subscribe/Unsubscribe, Hotmark/
Unhotmark, Topic (Add manually, Delete
all), Settings, Exit.
No. of saved msgs.
Key in a number defining how many
messages will be stored in the Sent
folder (max. 999). When the limit is
reached, the oldest message is
deleted.
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Messages
SIM messages
Service commands
MessagesKOptionsKSIM messages
To view SIM messages on the phone,
they must be copied from the SIM
card into a folder.
You may send service commands
(known as USSD commands), to
your service provider.
OptionsKMark/Unmark
K(Mark, Mark all, Unmark all)
then
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OptionsKCopy
Select the required folder and
press OK.
Afterwards you can view the
messages in this folder p. 32.
OptionsKDelete
Delete message(s) from the
SIM card.
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To send a request in standby mode
or when you have an active call:
Key in the command number (s) and
press Send
or
to enter letters also select
MessagesKOptions
KService commands
Your service provider will supply you
with further information about this.
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Internet
Internet
General
C KInternet
Get the latest information from the
Internet that is specifically adapted
to the display options of your phone.
In addition you can download games
and applications to your phone.
Internet access may require registration with the service provider.
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Settings
Default settings
The settings have already been
made by your service provider. Then
you may begin immediately.
Setup via short message
You may request and receive settings in a short message from your
provider (p. 35, p. 76). Save the
short message (smart message) to
prepare the phone for Internet access, after which an access bookmark will be created in Internet K
Bookmarks.
Manual setup
The access point can be set
manually.
• Define a WAP access point
(see p. 76 for further
information):
SettingsKSettingsKAccess points
• Add a bookmark for the website.
Open Internet, then
OptionsKAdd bookmark
Write name and address of the website and select the access point.
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details.
Bookmarks view
This list contains bookmarks which
allow fast access to the relevant URLs
(Uniform Resource Locator).
Bookmarks may be indicated by the
following icons:
Home page. This is displayed first after connection is established.
Depends on the access
point used (p. 76).
Last visited page. The last
page displayed before
disconnection is kept in
memory.
Title or Internet address of
the bookmark.
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Internet
Adding a bookmark manually
Most relevant functions:
OptionsKAdd bookmark
Fill in the fields:
Back to page
To open the Bookmarks view while
browsing, press and hold down the
joystick. To return to the browser
view again:
Name
Describing name of URL.
Address
Internet address. Press *
for special characters.
Access point
Default access point is assigned if no other one is
selected.
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User name Enter your user name
Password Enter your password
OptionsKSave as bookmark
Bookmark view options
Main view
Download, Back to page, Send (via SMS,
via Bluetooth, via infrared), Find bookmark, Add bookmark, Disconnect, New
folder, Mark/Unmark (Mark, Mark all, Unmark all), Clear cache, Details (Session,
Security), Settings, Exit.
Within a bookmark
Open, Bookmarks, History, Go to URL
address, Save as bookmark, Back to
page, Save as bookmark (via SMS),
Reload, Disconnect, Clear cache, Save
page, Find (Phone number, E-mail
address, URL address), Details (Session,
Security), Settings, Exit.
Back to page
Select.
Send
Send a selected bookmark as short
message.
Clear cache
All the information you have accessed during browsing is stored in
the cache memory. This includes
passwords and other confidential
data. So clear the cache after you
have accessed confidential information.
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Internet
WAP connection
Browser
C KInternet
Keys and commands
• To scroll the view, move the joystick up and down
Starting
If all required settings are entered,
you can start browsing:
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• Select the Homepage of your
provider or a bookmark from the
bookmarks view
or
• enter a WAP address using keys
2 to 9. The Go to field is immediately activated to take your
entries.
Press the joystick to start downloading the selected/written WAP page.
• To open a link, press the joystick.
New links appear underlined in
blue, visited links in purple. Links
as an image have a border.
• To enter letters and numbers use
keys 0 to 9. For special characters
use the * key.
• To show the previous page press
Back.
• To show a list of the visited pages
of the current session:
OptionsKHistory
• To check boxes and make selections, press joystick.
• To open the contents of a cell in a
table, press joystick.
• To retrieve the latest contents
from the server:
OptionsKReload
• To open an additional command
list for the current WAP page:
OptionsKInternet options
•
E press, to disconnect from a
WAP service.
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Internet
View new WAP service messages
End
To view new messages while
browsing:
To end a WAP session and
disconnect:
OptionsKNew service msgs:
Scroll to the required message and
press the joystick to download and
open it.
OptionsKDisconnect
Save bookmarks
To save the current WAP page as a
bookmark:
OptionsKSave as bookmark
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Save WAP pages
To view a WAP page off-line, you can
save it to the phone memory.
OptionsKSave page
To open the Saved pages list, move
the joystick right in the Bookmarks
view. To open a saved page, select
the required page and press the
joystick. If you want to retrieve the
page on-line again, e.g. to refresh
the content:
OptionsKReload
Note
You stay on-line after retrieving a page.
You can arrange saved WAP pages into
folders.
or
E
Press.
WAP browser settings
C KInternetKOptionsKSettings
Default access point
Press the joystick to get a
list of available access
points. See also Settings,
p. 76.
Show images
Show images during
browsing or not. If No is
selected, you can view images during browsing by
Options KShow images.
Text wrapping
If On is set long text will be
continued in the next line,
otherwise it will be truncated at the end.
Font size
Choose between Large,
Normal and Small.
Cookies
Allow or Reject the sending
and receiving of cookies.
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Conf. DTMF sending
Choose between Always
and First time only.
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The WAP browser allows
you to let a call include
sending DTMF tones during browsing. Choose if
you want to confirm before the phone sends DTMF tones during a voice
call.
Save receipt
Digitally signed documents can be saved to the
phone.
Connection security
If the security indicator is
displayed during a WAP
session, data transmission
between phone and WAP
gateway is secure and
encrypted.
Note
This does not mean that communication
between phone and content server (where
the requested resource is stored) is secure.
It’s up to the service provider to secure the
path between gateway and content server.
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Camera
Camera
Snapshot
C KCameraKSnapshot
You can take photographs with the
integrated digital camera in the
phone.
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To prepare the next shot, wait until
the last picture is stored. This takes a
few seconds.
A
Press OptionsKDelete
or
G if the picture does not
match your intentions.
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Snapshot modes
The camera uses JPEG as standardised image format, which can be
viewed with most available image
viewers.
Press the Snapshot key on the side
of the phone to start the Snapshot
application. The display shows the
current view.
The camera supports three modes.
Move the joystick left/right to toggle
between them.
Miniature
Standard
Full screen
Take a snapshot
Press the camera key or the joystick
to take a picture of the current view.
It will be saved automatically in the
Images application, p. 51.
Miniature
Small icon-sized picture, which can
be added to an addressbook entry.
Shown resolution 80 x 96 pixels,
storage format 80 x 96 pixels.
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Camera
Standard
Most relevant functions:
Normal landscape mode. Shown resolution 160 x 120 pixels, storage format 160 x 120 pixels.
OptionsKGo to Images
Opens the Images application,
where you can view your photos.
Full screen
Advanced landscape without panes
around the picture.
Images are scaled to the phone’s
display resolution (max. 208 x
160 pixels in full screen mode).
Shown resolution 160 x 208 pixels,
storage format 480 x 640 pixels.
For further information about viewing pictures, see p. 51.
Snapshot options
OptionsKSettings
KImage quality
The camera supports three modes:
High, Normal, Basic.
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The offered functions depend on the
current situation.
After taking a picture (camera never
enters standby in this mode):
New image, Delete, Send (via MMS, via email, via Bluetooth, via infrared), Rename
image, Image fun, Go to Images, Settings,
Exit.
Before taking a picture:
Capture, Go to Images, Settings, Exit.
Before taking a picture, with camera
in standby mode:
Continue, Go to Images, Settings, Exit.
OptionsKSettings
KDefault image name
You can set a standard name for taken pictures to which a serial number
is added for each new snapshot. The
default name is "Image".
Rename the images later in the
Images application as you like.
OptionsKSettings
KMemory in use
Store taken pictures in the phone’s
memory or on an optional MultiMediaCard (p. 65).
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Camera
Images
C KCameraKImages
You can view, organise and send
pictures or animations stored in your
phone.
This includes pictures
• made by the Camera application,
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• received in your inbox via multimedia/picture message, as an
e-mail attachment or via infrared
or Bluetooth connection. In these
cases you must save the picture
after receiving it,
• Support for jpg, BMP, animated
GIF's and other popular formats.
In the Images main view, you can
see a list of pictures and folders with
• the date and time of shot or
storage,
• a thumbnail picture as preview,
• the number of images inside a
folder.
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View the other images in the list by
moving the joystick left/right when
an image is open.
View images
You can store pictures in your phone
memory or on an optional
MultiMediaCard. To toggle between
the two memory storage spaces,
turn the joystick left or right.
Select the required image in the image list by moving the joystick up
and down.
Open an image by pressing the
joystick.
Receive images
Images can be received via multimedia/picture message, as an e-mail
attachment or via infrared or Bluetooth connection.
When saved, they are stored in the
phone memory and appear in the
Images list.
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Camera
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Send images
Full screen
OptionsKSend
Send the selected image with one of
the following messaging services:
OptionsKFull screen
The whole display is used to show
the image.
via MMS, p. 29
Press the joystick to return to normal
view.
via e-mail, p. 31
via Bluetooth, p. 84
via infrared, p. 87
Rotate
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OptionsKRotateKLeft/Right
Rotates the image 90 degrees to the
left or to the right.
Focus
When an image is zoomed or shown
in full screen mode, you can move
the focus with the joystick to left/
right and up/down.
Press the joystick to return to normal
view.
To save last view:
Black & white
B
OptionsKBlack & white
Displays the opened image only in
black and white to use it for picture
messages (p. 53).
Press Back and confirm
with Yes.
Zoom
OptionsKZoom in/Zoom out
When an image is displayed you can
zoom in up to 800 percent.
B
Press Back, to return
to normal size.
The zoom factor is not stored
permanently.
Edit with Image fun
OptionsKImage fun
Opens the Image fun application
with additional functionality for editing the image. For further information about Image fun see:
www.my-siemens.com/sx1
Delete images
OptionsKDelete
Delete the selected image(s).
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Camera
Wallpaper
Shortcuts
OptionsKWallpaper
Set the current image as background
image for the idle state.
Use these shortcuts for work with
images:
Rename images
OptionsKRename
Give the selected image a new
name.
View details
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OptionsKView details
Shows detailed information about
the current image.
Images list options
27
38
90
45
*
Rotate left/right 90 degrees
Scroll left and right
Scroll up and down
Zoom in and out
Toggle between full screen
and normal view.
Picture message folder
Pictures which are sent to you in a
picture message are stored in the
folder Picture msgs..
Open, Send (via MMS, via e-mail, via
Bluetooth, via infrared), Image uploader
(Settings), Delete, Move to folder, New
folder, Mark/Unmark, (Mark, Mark all, Unmark all), Rename, Receive via infrared,
View details, Add to Favourites, Update
thumbnails, Exit.
Most relevant function:
The stored black & white pictures are
displayed in grid form. They are sorted in the order of time when received, then alphabetically.
Receive via infrared
Only from a digital camera that supports the IrTran-P protocol, otherwise use the infrared application,
p. 87.
Open an image by pressing the
joystick.
Note
You may use an optional MultiMediaCard
as a supplementary storage area (p. 65).
Viewing the memory consumption,
see p. 91.
Select the required image in the image list by moving the joystick up/
down and left/right.
View the other images in the list by
moving the joystick left/right when
an image is open.
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To save a received image go to
C KMessages
open the message, then
OptionsKSave
See also Smart messages (p. 33).
Send picture messages
To send a picture message, select
the required image and open it:
D
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D
Press and enter the recipient’s number, or use the
addresses.
Press again.
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Music
Music
Radio
How to store a station
C KMusicKRadio
When a frequency is shown in the
middle of the display, store it by:
You can listen to the radio and store
the frequencies of your favourite
channels. For FM radio you will need
the stereo headset which also works
as an antenna. When the radio is
switched on first, you have to search
and store your favourite stations.
Quick start with Auto Scan
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OptionsKAuto scan
Press Update and the entire band
will be searched automatically and
the 6 strongest stations will be
stored on the shortcut keys.
A
Press Back to leave Auto
scan.
Long press on the required shortcut
key (3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 0).
or
OptionsKStore
Use joystick to select the required
shortcut key then press the joystick.
Settings
Scan threshold: High, Medium, Low
FM mode: Stereo, Mono
Audio: Loudspeaker, Headset
How to play a station
How to search for a station
Step by step
Press the joystick up/down and the
next station will be found.
Manual tuning
OptionsKManual tuning
Move the joystick up/down to search
the band by steps of 100 kHz
or
A
press Edit to enter a
frequency directly, and
confirm with OK.
Use the number keys 3, 4, 5 and
8, 9, 0 as shortcuts to your
favourites.
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FM Radio Options
Store, Auto scan, Manual tuning, Edit
name, Delete, Settings, Exit.
Most relevant options:
Edit name Enter a name instead of
the stations frequency.
Delete
Delete a stored station
from the current active
shortcut key.
or
press G button.
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Press the Push-to-Talk key of the
stereo headset to mute and unmute
the Radio.
MP3 Player
The MP 3 player is able to play
MP 3 songs that are stored on an
optional MultiMediaCard.
The MP3 files should be located in
the directory \MP3 on the optional
MultiMediaCard.
You can copy MP3 songs from your
PC to a MultiMediaCard by using two
different ways:
1. Attach a MultiMediaCard reader to
the PC and copy files to the MultiMediaCard.
2.Connect the SX 1 with the PC
(using Bluetooth, Infrared or the optional USB cable).
Using the Siemens PC Data Suite
software you may copy MP3 files
from your PC to the optional MultiMediaCard in the phone.
MP3 playback can be muted and
umuted by pressing the Push-to-Talk
key of the stereo headset.
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Organiser
Calendar
Location
Calendar offers a
Type in time and date,
switch between AM and
PM by pressing any key.
Alarm
When switched on, the
fields Alarm time and Alarm
date appear. Key in time/
date if required.
Repeat
Select the required period
for repetition:
• Month view,
• Week view,
• Day view.
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Time and date must be set for the
Calendar to work properly (p. 78).
Creating an entry
OptionsKNew entry
The following types of entry are
offered:
Meeting
Appointment with specific date and time.
Memo
General entry for the day.
Anniversary
Reminder of special dates
like birthdays. These entries are repeated every
year.
Fill in the following fields (depending on the selected type):
Subject, Subject, Occasion
Description of the event.
Meeting place.
Start time, End time and Start
date, End date
C KOrganiserKCalendar
You can enter appointments, meetings and other tasks in the Calendar.
Additionally you can set an alarm for
every entry.
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Not repeated, Daily, Weekly,
Fortnightly, Monthly, Yearly
Repeat until
Limit the repetition period
for the set alarm.
Synchronisation
It is possible to synchronise your Calendar with
your PC.
Private The entry can only be seen by you.
Public The entry can
seen by others who have
access to your on-line Calendar e.g. at your work
computer.
None No synchronisation occurs.
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Calendar views
Icons used in day and week view:
marked with a small triangle. The
currently selected date is marked by
a frame.
Meeting
Memo
Anniversary
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Day view
The entries of the current day are
displayed in chronological order.
Memos and Anniversaries are placed
at the top of the list.
To display/edit an entry, select it and
press the joystick.
To see the next/previous day move
the joystick to the right/left.
For the day view of an entry, select
the date and press the joystick.
Week view
The days of the week are displayed in
seven columns. Today’s day is underlined. Memos and Anniversaries are
placed before 8 o’clock. Meetings are
displayed with coloured bars indicating the time span.
Calendar options
For the day view of an entry, select a
coloured cell and press the joystick.
Then open the entry as in day view.
Go to date
Month view
The weeks of the month are displayed in a row. Today’s date is underlined. Dates with entries are
Depends on the current situation.
Open, New entry (Meeting, Memo, Anniversary), Week view/Month view, Delete
entry, Go to date, Send, Settings, Exit.
Most relevant functions:
To go to a specific date,
key in the date and
press OK.
Delete entry
Choose between:
Before date, All entries
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Send
You can send a selected
entry from day view in
vCalendar format:
Tasks
via SMS, p. 28
C KOrganiserKTasks
Keep a list of things you have to do.
via Bluetooth, p. 84
New note
via infrared, p. 87
To write a new note:
Calendar setup
OptionsKNew task note
OptionsKSettings
Default view
The view which is shown when the
Calendar is opened. Choose from:
or
press any key 1 to 0. The editor opens
with the letter you have keyed in.
Month view
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Week view
Day view
Fill in the following fields:
Subject
Description of the task you want
to do.
Week starts on
Select starting day of the week view.
Due date
Set the due date for the task.
Week view title
If starting day of the week is not
Monday, this option is not displayed
in the Settings.
Priority
Choose from:
Choose from:
Low, Normal, High
Press Done, to save the
task.
B
Week number
Priority icons
Week dates
!
(None)
High.
Low.
Normal.
Status icons
Task done.
Task to do.
Task Options
Open, New task note, Delete, Mark as
done, Exit.
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Today
Notes
C KOrganiserKToday
C KOrganiserKNotes
Use Notes to write short memos and
send them to other devices.
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Keeps the list of entries in the calendar and other current day events.
Memos, Anniversary and Meetings
are placed at the top of the list, followed by the number of tasks and
messages.
Received text files in TXT format can
be saved to Notes.
Today options
Press any key to start writing.
The available today options are depending on the current situation.
The following options are available if
no entry is selected.
Go to (Calendar, Tasks, Inbox, Records),
Create message (Short message, MMS,
E-mail), Settings (Show tasks, Show
meetings, Sort order), About, Exit.
Write a note
B
Press Done to save the
note.
Notes options
Open, Send (via SMS, via MMS, via Bluetooth, via infrared), New note, Delete,
Mark/Unmark (Mark, Mark all, Unmark
all), Add to Favourites, Exit.
Voice memo
• Use your phone as a dictating machine when on the move.
• Record a memo as a reminder
or as a reminder for yourself or
others.
• Record a call - useful for remembering numbers or addresses
(both parties will hear a beep
every 5 seconds).
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Note
The use of this feature may be subject to
restrictions under criminal law or other legal
provisions.
Please inform the other party to the conversation in advance if you want to record the
conversation and please keep such recordings confidential.
You may only use this feature if the other
party to the conversation agrees.
Calculator
C KOrganiserKCalculator
M
M
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or
Use the following keys to control
recording:
Note
repeat procedure with
other numbers.
B
Record
#
*
G
Scroll through basic functions.
±
Toggle between "+" and "-".
MS
Save the number displayed to
memory.
MR
Retrieve the number saved.
><
View previous calculations and
move in the sheet.
Fast forward
Fast rewind
Record options
Open, Record sound clip, Delete, Move to
phone mem, Move to mem. card*, Mark/
Unmark, (Mark, Mark all, Unmark all),
Rename sound clip, Send (via SMS, via
MMS, via Bluetooth, via infrared), Add to
Favourites, Settings, Exit.
Enter a second number
(up to 8 digits).
Select = and press joystick
to display the result
OptionsKRecord sound clip
Press Select to start
recording.
Stop
Enter number
(up to 8 digits).
Select a calculator
function: +, -, x, ÷
New recording
Play
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Set decimal point.
Short press: Clears digit.
Long press: Clears the entire
number.
Calculator options
Last result, Memory (Save, Recall, Clear),
Clear screen, Exit.
* Only if a memory card is inserted
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Converter
Length
You can convert some units of measure from one type to another. The
following types are available:
Millimetres, Centimetres, Metres, Kilometres, Inches,
Feet, Yards, Miles, Naut.
miles
Power
Horsepower, Watts, Kilowatts
Type
Units
Velocity
Knots, Kilometres/h, Metres/
sec, Miles/hour, Feet/second
Tempera- Fahrenheit, Kelvin, Celsius
ture
Energy
Calories, Kilocalories,
Joules, Kilojoules, Hp-hours,
Kilowatt-hrs, Electronvolts
Mass
Ounces, Pounds, Stones,
Milligrams, Grams, Kilograms, Metric tons
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C KOrganiserKConverter
Currency See note below.
Currency settings
First you have to choose a base currency and add exchange rates.
Select the type Currency, then
Pressure Pascals, mm Hg, Atmospheres, Bars
OptionsKCurrency rates
Select your required base currency
from the list, then
Time
Seconds, Minutes, Hours,
Days, Weeks
OptionsKSet as base curr.
Volume
Pints (UK), Fluid oz (UK), Gallons (UK), Gallons (US), Liq.
pt (US), Dry pt (US), Liq. oz
(US), Gallons (US), Barrels,
Millilitres, Litres, Cubic mm,
Cubic cm, Cubic metres, Cubic inches, Cubic feet
Area
Square in, Square feet,
Square yd, Square miles,
Square mm, Square cm,
Square m, Square km, Acres,
Ares, Hectares
Note
When you change the base currency, all
previously set rates will be cleared.
The rate of the base currency is always 1.
Once the base rate is set, add all the
exchange rates you need:
Scroll to the currency, key in the current exchange rate to your base currency. Proceed until all required currencies are added.
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Convert
Converter options
Select the required unit of measure
in the Type field or press the joystick
to see the available measures.
Select unit, Change currency, Conversion type, Currency rates, Exit.
Select the unit from which you want
to convert in the Unit field or press
the joystick to see the available
units.
In the Amount field key in the amount
you want to convert. Select the unit
you want to convert to in the second
Unit field or press the joystick to see
the available units.
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The other Amount field automatically
shows the result of the conversion.
Note
#
*
Set decimal point.
Toggle between + and - and E
(exponent).
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Extras
Extras
File Manager
Search modes
C KExtrasKFile Manager
There are three search modes
available.
Use the phone’s file manager like a
PC file manager to organise your internal (phone memory) and external
(MultiMediaCard, optional) storage.
On the MultiMediaCard you can
store files such as images, messages,
sounds and any type of applications.
File and folder handling
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You can Move, Copy, Delete a single or
several marked files.
The following functions are available
when no file or folder is marked:
Open a file with the corresponding
application to see its Properties, or to
Rename, Move or Copy it.
File and folder options
Open, Move, Copy, Delete, Properties,
Rename, Exit.
Folder navigation
To navigate between the folder levels, move the joystick left/right.
M
Enter one character (invisible) and the selection will
be positioned at the first
matching entry.
OptionsKSearchKGoto
Enter a search string and the matching list will be shown.
OptionsKSearchKFilter
Enter a search string and a list of all
matching entries will be shown.
Sort modes
Set sort criteria:
Ascending, Descending, Sort by name,
Sort by date, Sort by type, Sort by size.
Send
The phone offers several methods of
sending files via different transmission routes. Only available when a
file is selected. For further information see the respective application:
via MMS, p. 29
via Bluetooth, p. 84
via infrared, p. 87
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MultiMediaCard
Memory functions
Manage your memory card and view
relevant details.
Backup phone mem.
Updates your phone memory on the
MultiMediaCard.
You can restore safed data from a
backup you have made before by using the Restore from card option.
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Memory card name
Define a name for the multimedia
card.
Format memory card
It is necessary to format your multimedia card before first use.
Set password
Use a password to protect access to a
special multimedia card. After the
password is set, the multimedia card
is locked. Not supported by all multimedia cards.
Remove password
Remove password protection from
multimedia card.
Unlock memory card
You must enter the correct password
to unlock the MultiMediaCard.
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Memory details
Display details for the multimedia
card and internal phone memory,
e.g. the name, the total capacity,
free and used memory and whether
it is password protected.
General File manager options
New folder, File, Search, Mark/Unmark,
Send, Sort by/order, Memory functions,
Exit.
Insert MultiMediaCard (optional)
You may use an optional
MultiMediaCard as a supplementary
storage area. To insert it into
the phone:
• Open the battery lid on the backside of the phone (p. 6) to unlock
the MultiMediaCard lid.
• Push onto MultiMediaCard lid to
open it n.
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• Put MultiMediaCard into the slot.
The contacts on the MultiMediaCard must show down and to the
slot. Make sure the angled corner
is in the correct position o.
Java applications
C KExtras
KJava applications
Install
You can get installation files via
• Bluetooth, Infrared from a computer or phone
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• Close MultiMediaCard lid until it
engages.
Note
For replacing the MultiMediaCard you must
activate the option Swap memory card in
order to protect the data on the card.
• multimedia message or as an
e-mail attachment
• download during a WAP session.
Look at possible applications e.g.
Inbox for an installation file, select it
and press the joystick to start installation.
Yes
Press to confirm.
A list appears, in which you can select the root or any existing folder as
destination for the new application.
During installation, the phone
checks the integrity of the software
package to be installed. Information
about the checks are displayed, with
the option to cancel the installation.
The phone informs you when the installation is finished. After that the
destination folder will be opened
and the installed application will be
highlighted.
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Note
Do not install software from sources without
adequate protection against viruses and
other harmful software.
The phone only supports J2ME™ Java
applications. Do not download Personal
Java™ applications as they cannot be
installed.
You can download and install an application immediately during a WAP session.
Note that the WAP connection is left running in the background during installation.
You can only install files with the extension
*.JAD or *.JAR.
Glossary
JAR file (Java archive): This file includes
the executable application. When a JAR file
is activated, the application is started.
JAD file (Java descriptor): These files contain information on the application (JAR file)
and their address for downloading. When a
JAD file is activated, the connection to the
Internet is established and the executable
application is loaded.
Installation options
In the Java applications you will see
the list of all installed applications.
Yo can use the following options:
Install, View details, Delete, Settings,
Exit.
Note
You may use an optional MultiMediaCard
as a supplementary storage area (p. 65).
View the memory consumption, see p. 91
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Uninstall
In the Java applications select the
desired application:
OptionsKRemove
Open a Java™ application
Select the required application and
press the joystick.
Java™ application options
View details
To get information about an application, select it:
OptionsKView details
You will see:
Status
Installed, Running or Downloaded (only in Download
view).
Version
Application version
number.
Supplier
Supplier or manufacturer
of the application.
Size
The size in kilobytes.
Type
Brief description of the
application.
URL
Address of an information/help page on the
Internet.
Data
Size of application data,
e.g. high scores, in kilobytes.
Memory
Where the application is
stored: in the phone's
memory or on an optional
MultiMediaCard (p. 65).
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Extras
Settings
Define a default access point for
downloading missing application
components. For how to create an
access point, see p. 76.
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Assign an access point to an application, select the application, then:
Further options
Only available, when the JAD file
contains an URL address.
Go to URL address
A data connection will be established to get additional information
about the application.
OptionsKSettings
KDefault access point
Select an access point to be used by
the application for downloading additional data (p. 76).
Update
A data connection will be established to check if there is an update
available.
OptionsKSettings
KNetwork connection
Some Java™ applications may require a data connection to be made
to a defined access point. You will be
asked for an access point if none has
been selected. The options are:
Siemens excludes all warranty and liability claims
in respect of or in connection with any applications subsequently installed by the customer and
any software not included in the original delivery
package. This also applies to functions enabled
subsequently at the customer's instigation. The
purchaser bears sole risk for the loss of, damage
to, and any defects arising in, this device or the
applications or software and for any direct damage or consequential damage (e.g. acoustic
shock) of whatever nature resulting from the use
of these applications or software. For technical
reasons, such applications or software and subsequent enabling of certain functions are lost in
the event of the device being replaced/re-supplied and may be lost if it is repaired. In these cases the purchaser will need to download the
application again or re-enable it. Siemens does
not warranty or guarantee or accept any liability
for the customer's ability to download or enable
applications again or to do so free of charge.
Allowed
A connection is established without notification.
Ask first
You will be asked before
the application creates a
connection.
Not allowed
No connection is allowed.
Symbian and Java™ applications
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Alarm clock
Favourites
C KExtrasKAlarm clock
Use Favourites to store frequently used functions, photos,
notes, sound files, video clips, WAP
bookmarks or saved WAP pages.
Clock settings
OptionsKSettings
See Settings/Date and time, p. 78.
Alarm setting
Use this function to set a single time
for the alarm call. The alarm sounds
even when the phone is switched
off.
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In Favourites there are three default
shortcuts (not changeable):
Notes, Calendar, Inbox
To open Favourites:
C KExtrasKFavourites
Add shortcuts
OptionsKSet alarm
Key in the alarm time.
Some applications offer Add to Favourites as an option.
Turn off the alarm
Select the application and press the
joystick to open it.
When alarm is started you can:
A
Press Stop to turn off the
alarm.
B
Press Snooze or any key
to interrupt the alarm for
5 minutes. You can repeat
this up to 5 times.
Note
The phone switches on automatically when
the alarm time is reached. After you have
pressed Stop, you can continue working
with the phone by pressing Yes.
Clock options
Set alarm, Reset alarm, Remove alarm,
Settings, Exit.
OptionsKAdd to Favourites
B
Press OK.
Note
A shortcut in Favourites is automatically
updated if you move the item it is pointing
to, e.g. from one folder to another.
Favourites Options
Open, Edit shortcut name, Shortcut icon,
Delete shortcut, Move, List view/Grid
view, Exit
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Most relevant functions:
Open
The selected file is opened in the corresponding application.
Edit shortcut name
Change name of the shortcut.
This does not affect the file it is
referring to.
Shortcut icon
Select an individual icon for a shortcut (not available for default shortcuts).
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SIM Phonebook
SIM Phonebook application
lets you manage phone numbers
stored on your SIM card.
You can edit or delete them, add
new entries or copy them to Contacts.
Service numbers
Service Numbers are special
phone numbers saved on the SIM
card by the service provider. They
cannot be edited or deleted. You can
call local or nationwide information
services or use services of the service
provider.
SIM services
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 end of the
Extras menu or directly above the
control key (on the left).
Symbol of the SIM services:
SIM details tells you how many entries there are on your SIM card.
See Contacts, p. 19.
SIM fixed dial
Phone numbers can be stored
in protected locations on a special
SIM card. A PIN 2 is needed for
editing. Ask your service provider
therefore.
If there is more than one application
they are displayed in the SIM services
menu.
C KExtrasKSIM services
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.
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Profiles
Profiles
General
Setup
Profiles are audio settings,
which can be personalized in order
to adapt the phone to different environments such as noisy places, or
quite areas.
Edit a default profile or create a new
personal profile:
If a profile is used, several settings
are made with one function, in order
to adapt the phone to the noises of
the environment, for example.
Six standard profiles are provided
with default settings. They can be
changed however:
General (default)
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Mute
Meeting
Outdoor
Pager
Activate
C KProfiles
Select a profile.
OptionsKActivate
The default mode used is preselected when the phone is switched on.
C KProfiles
Select default profile or personal
profile.
OptionsKPersonalise
Select the item you want to change
and press the joystick to open/
change it:
Ringtone
Select a tone from the list.
"Ringtone, line 1"
"Ringtone, line 2"
Only available if Line in use (p. 75) is
active.
Incoming call alert
Ringing, Ascending, Ring once,
Beep once, Silent.
Ringing volume
Set the volume level.
Message alert tone
Select a tone from the list.
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Profiles
Vibrating alert
On/Off
Keypad tones
Set the volume level.
Warning tones
On/Off
Alert for
Alert for all calls and/or groups (if
groups are defined, see Contacts,
p. 22).
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Profile name
Give the profile an individual name.
Not available for General mode.
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Setup
Setup
Phone
C KSetupKSettings
KPhoneKSelect a function:
General
Phone language
Set the language of the display text.
When Automatic is set, the language
of your service provider is used.
Writing language
The selected language affects:
• characters, when writing text
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• dictionary used
• special character table (* or 1)
T9 input
Not available for all languages.
See "Writing Text", p. 16.
Welcome note or logo
The following is displayed when you
switch the phone on:
Default
Default image/animation.
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The phone is reset to the default values (factory setting). This does not
apply to SIM card and network setup.
All private documents and data remain unaffected.
By running reset, some settings will
be lost. The most important ones are
device settings, bluetooth settings,
call settings (except call waiting),
text editiong settings, converter values.
The default code for reset the phone
to the factory settings is 12345.
Standby mode
Wallpaper
Select your individual background
photo for standby mode from the
images saved on the phone or on the
optional MultiMediaCard.
Left softkey /Right softkey
Change the function for each key.
Select a new one from the list.
Display
Text
Write a note (max. 50 letters).
Contrast
Make contrast lighter/darker.
Image
Select an individual photo from the
list.
Colour palette
Choose between Blue Sky, Beach, City
and Red.
Orig. phone settings
(Security code protected)
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Setup
Screensaver
Screensaver
C KSetupKScreensaver
Choose between:
The screensaver will be activated after a specific (free adjustable) time
out. Any user action or phone event
will deactivate the screensaver.
Date and time
The actual date and time is shown.
For adjusting see p. 78.
Text
Enter a desired text up to 15 characters.
Animation
• Default animation
Not changeable.
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• Own animation
Select the required picture or animated GIF file from the folder Images
(p. 51) or from the MultiMediaCard
(p. 65).
Screensaver timeout
Set the time after which the screensaver should become active. The
range is from one minute to 30 minutes in steps of one minute.
Screensaver preview
A preview of the current setting is
shown.
Note
Animated screensavers reduce the standby time.
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Call
Shortcut
C KSetupKSettings
Activates speed dialling function
(p. 92).
KCallKSelect a function:
Send my caller ID
L
When you make a call, your phone
number can be displayed on the recipient's display (depending on the
service providers).
Call waiting
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L
During a call, you may be advised
that there is another call waiting.
You will hear a special tone during
the call. If you are registered for this
service, you can check whether it
is set and you can activate/deactivate it.
Automatic redial
When activated, busy numbers will
be automatically redialled up to
10 times. End with:
E
End key.
Summary after call
Shows duration and costs of last calls
(needs activation of Call cost limit,
p. 27).
Anykey answer
When activated, you can press any
key to accept an incoming call.
Line in use
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 the phone line you want for
daily use. Calls can be answered irrespective of the selected line.
0
Short press to change left
softkey. Press softkey to
switch between the lines
in standby mode.
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76
Connection
You need access points to
access the Internet for example to
• send/receive e-mails (p. 31)
• send/receive multimedia
messages (p. 29)
• use WAP applications (p. 44)
• activate modem operation
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To connect to an access point, a data
connection is need. There may be access points predefined by your provider. Otherwise your provider will
supply you with further information
on this.
C KSetupKSettingsKConnection
KSelect a function:
Access points
A list of default or defined access
points may be shown. Select an access point from the list or define a
new one.
Note
In order to setup your phone for WAP, MMS
and Email, you can use the SMS Service.
We recommend that you contact your network operator to send you the configuration
message.
Alternatively, you can go to
www.my-siemens.com/customercare
and Siemens will send you the configuration message.
If you open the message and save it, the received settings are automatically used as
Preferred connection, see Messages,
p. 38.
New access point
OptionsKNew access point
Use default settings
If you want to use default entries.
Use existing settings
If you want to change an existing entry to create a new access point, select it from the list.
There are three types of connection
available:
GSM data call
Data transmission rate up to
14.4 kbps.
To configure this access point:
• Connection name: your choice
• Data bearer: GSM data
• Access point name: from provider
• User name: from provider if required
• Prompt password: choose Yes if you
want to key it in every logon
• Password: from provider if required
• Authentication: normal/Secure
• Gateway IP address: from provider
• Homepage: address of WAP service or
multimedia messaging centre
• Session mode: e.g. Permanent
• Connection security: from provider
• Data call type: analogue, ISDN v.110,
ISDN v. 120
• Maximum data speed:
automatic, 9600, 14400
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GPRS connection
(General Packet Radio Service)
With packet data technology which
connects only to send/receive data in
packets.
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To configure this access point:
• Connection name: your choice
• Data bearer: GPRS
• Access point name: from provider
• User name: from provider
• Prompt password: choose Yes if you
want to key it in every logon
• Password: from provider if required
• Authentication: from provider
• Gateway IP address: from provider
Advanced Setup
If editing an access point:
OptionsKAdvanced settings
Your provider will supply you with
further information on this if
necessary.
• Phone IP address: from provider
• Primary name server: from provider
• Second. name server: from provider
• Use callback: data phone number
• Callback type: from provider
• Callback number: from provider
• Use PPP compression: from provider
• Use login script: from provider
• Login script: insert login script
• Modem initialisation: using AT modem
commands. From provider.
Access point options
Edit, New access point (Use default settings, Use existing settings), Delete, Exit.
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C KSetupKSettingsKConnection
KSelect a function:
GPRS
The setup data are needed for all access points using GPRS.
GPRS connection
• When available Always use GPRS for
text/data communication (if the network
supports it)
• When needed Use only GPRS if an application/action needs it to work
Access point
If you want to use your phone as a
modem to your computer, an access
point name is needed.
Data call
C KSetupKSettingsKConnection
KData call
The setup data are needed for all
access points using a (high speed)
data call.
Online time
The data call is switched off after a
time-out period.
• User defined: Key in a period in minutes
for time-out
• Unlimited: No time-out
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78
Date and time
settings
C KSetupKSettings
KDate and time settings
KSelect a function:
The clock is set once at start-up the
phone first time. Afterwards you
may modify it by using the following
features.
Select from:
.
M
Enter the time. Setting of
the time format:
HH
Hours (2-digit)
MM
Minutes (2-digit)
Date
M
Enter the date. Setting of
the date format:
DD
Day (2-digit)
MM
Month (2-digit)
YYYY
Year (4-digit)
Date format
Select from:
mm dd yyyy
dd mm yyyy
yyyy mm dd
:
/
-
Time format
12-hour or 24-hour.
Time separator
Select from:
.
Time
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Date separator
:
Clock type
Analogue or Digital.
Auto time update
L
The phone gets the current time,
date and time zone via the network.
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Security
Closed user group
C KSetupKSettings
KSecurity
KSelect a function:
Phone and SIM
The phone and SIM card are protected against misuse by several security
codes.
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PIN code request, PIN code, PIN2 code
and Security code see p. 11.
Autolock period
If set, the phone locks after a timeout you can define. Key in a number
for minutes. To unlock you must enter the security code.
Lock if SIM changed
(Security code protected)
L
Your phone is prevented from being
used with a different SIM card.
SIM fixed dial
(PIN 2 protected)
L
Dialling is restricted to the
numbers on the SIM card, new entries are not possible. If only area
codes are entered, the relevant
phone numbers can be added to
these manually before dialling.
Dialling is restricted to those numbers saved on the fixed dialing numbers area of the SIM (selection of SIM
numbers). Refer to fixed dialing
numbers, page p. 70.
79
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.
Confirm SIM services
The phone can be set to display confirmations when using a SIM card
service.
Certif. management
There is a list of authorised certificates stored in your phone. These
are used for verifying the origin of
WAP pages and installed software.
You need a certificate, for example
• to work with an online bank or another server to transfer confidential information,
• to protect against viruses.
Note that a certificate is not a protection in itself. It needs to be checked
for authenticity and trustworthiness.
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Setup
Certificate details:
Certificates have a restricted
lifespan. To be sure that the identity
of a WAP gateway or a server is correct, check the signature and the certificate. You will be informed on the
phone’s display if something is
wrong. One of the following advisors may appear:
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Expired certificate, Certificate not valid
yet, Certificate corrupted.
Trust settings
First select a certificate. A list of applications which can use this certificate is shown. Before changing anything make sure that you can trust
the owner of this certificate and that
it belongs to the owner on the list.
Certification Mgmt. Options
Certificate details:, Delete, Trust settings,
Mark/Unmark, (Mark, Mark all, Unmark
all), Exit.
Call barring
C KSetupKSettings
KCall barring
KSelect a function:
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.
Outgoing calls
All outgoing calls except emergency
numbers 112 and 999 are barred.
International calls
Only national calls can be made.
International calls except to
home ctry.
International calls are not permitted.
However you can make calls to your
home country when abroad.
Incoming calls
The phone is barred for all incoming
calls (the diverting of all calls to the
mailbox offers a similar effect).
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Setup
Incoming calls when abroad
Network
You do not receive calls when you
are outside your home network. This
means that no charges are incurred
for incoming calls.
C KSetupKSettings
Check status
If Automatic is activated, the phone
searches for and selects the next
available network.
The following information can be
displayed after a status check:
• Barring set.
• Barring not set.
• Status unknown (e.g. new
SIM card).
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Cancel all barrings
All barrings are cleared. A password
which the service provider will give
you is needed for this function.
KNetwork
Network selection
If Manual is activated, a network can
be selected manually from the list of
available GSM networks.
Cell info display
When on, the phone indicates that it
is used in a Micro Cellular Network
(MCN) and receives cell information.
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Accessory settings
Car Kit
C KSetupKSettings
Indication on the display when
connected:
KAccessory settings
KSelect a function:
Car Kit Basic.
Headset
Car Kit Portable/Comfort.
Indication on the display
when connected.
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Active profile
By using a headset this profile will
automatically be activated. You can
select one of the standard profiles
(p. 71).
Automatic answer
Factory default: Off
On/Off
Calls are accepted automatically after a few
seconds (except when the
ringer is switched off or
set to beep). You should
therefore be wearing the
headset if Auto answer is
activated.
Eavesdropping is
possible!
Integrated features:
• Accept call with the call key or
PTT key.
• Activate voice dialling by long
press the PTT key.
Additionally charging indications
will be shown, when connected.
Default profile
By using a Car Kit this profile will automatically be activated. You can select one of the standard profiles
(p. 71).
Automatic answer
Factory default: Off
On/Off
Calls are accepted automatically after a few seconds. Eavesdropping is
possible!
Automatic settings:
• Vibrating is switched off.
• Keylock is switched off. See # key
on (p. 5).
• Phonelock is switched off. To unlock you must enter the security
code (p. 79).
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Call divert
Divert conditions
You can set the conditions
for which calls are diverted to your
mailbox or other numbers. For details contact your service provider.
The following conditions for call diverting are available:
You can set divert as follows:
The most common condition for call
divert is: If not answered
C KSetupKCall divert
If not answered
Select.
Activate
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Select, then choose:
To voice mailbox
to divert to your voice
mailbox number (p. 88)
or
To other number
Enter another number to
which calls should be diverted.
Select the delay time after which a
call should be diverted.
B
Press OK. After a short
pause, the setting is confirmed by the network.
All voice calls, If busy, If not answered, If
out of reach, If not available, All fax calls,
All data calls.
Check status
OptionsKCheck status
Check whether the divert is activated
or not.
Cancel diverts
OptionsKCancel all diverts
All set diverts are cleared.
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Setup
Bluetooth™
First Use
Bluetooth™ is a short-range
radio system. It permits wireless
communication between different
terminal devices equipped with
Bluetooth™ such as phones, phone
accessories, printers and PCs.
When you use this application for
the first time, you may assign a
Bluetooth™ name to it.
M
B
Use the default name or
write a new one (max.
30 letters.
Press OK.
Settings
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C KSetupKBluetooth™
Every Bluetooth™ device has a
unique address and name. This is
how it is guaranteed that the intended communication partners can connect. The security concept is based
on a password that both devices exchange when they connect for the
first time. These "trustworthy" partners can be included in a list. The
password prompt is no longer necessary for future connections.
Bluetooth™
On/Off
You must activate
Bluetooth™ in order to
establish a Bluetooth™
connection between your
mobile phone and other
Bluetooth™ devices.
My phone's visibility
All
If set, the phone can be located by other Bluetooth™
devices whenever you
switch your phone on.
Hidden
If activated, your own
phone cannot be located
by other Bluetooth™
devices.
My Bluetooth name
Assign a (Bluetooth™) name to your
phone. This name can be seen by
other Bluetooth™ devices within the
possible range.
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Setup
Note
When searching for other Bluetooth™
devices, you may see only their unique
Bluetooth™ addresses (when no name
was given). To see your unique address,
enter in standby mode: *#2820#
Sending via Bluetooth™
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To send an item via Bluetooth™, you
must first select it in its application
(for example, CameraKImages,
select an image). Then:
OptionsKSendKvia Bluetooth™
Your phone starts to search for other
Bluetooth™ devices. If Bluetooth is
turned off, you will be asked if you
want to turn it on.
All found partners are shown on the
display with a device icon, their Bluetooth™ name and the device type.
Trusted partners are indicated by an
icon
.
Note
An existing list of devices may appear, if
you have already searched for other devices. In this case select More devices.
Icons for devices are:
Computer
Phone
Car Kit
headset
Other
Unknown
Stop
Press to interrupt search and
work with devices already
found.
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Select the partner you want to connect with.
B
M
Press Select. The item you
want to send is copied to
the Outbox.
Connecting is shown.
If "Pairing" is required by
the other device, you
must enter a password.
The default password is
0000. Give it to the partner, for its unique use.
Subsequently this device
is trusted.
Now the connection
should be established.
Sending data shown.
After the message has
been sent, the Bluetooth™
connection will be ended
automatically.
Note
If sending fails, the message will be deleted
from the Outbox.
Data received via Bluetooth™ are stored in
the Inbox, p. 32.
Status icons:
Bluetooth™ active.
Connection is active.
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Paired devices view
Set as authorised
C KSetupKBluetooth
Communication with paired devices
is more convenient and quicker.
OptionsKSet as authorised
Paired devices can be set as authorised to allow them a connection to
your device without your knowledge. This status is useful for your
own devices, such as your computer
or your Bluetooth headset for example. Authorised devices are indicated
by
.
Pairing with a device
Move the joystick to the right to view
the paired device list.
OptionsKNew paired device
Your phone starts to search for other
Bluetooth™ devices, or a list of devices appears if you have already
searched for other devices.
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Select the partner you want to connect with.
B
Press Select.
M
Enter password required
by the selected partner
device (see "Sending via
Bluetooth™" above). The
device is added to the
paired device list.
Assign short name
OptionsKAssign short name
Define a short name or alias for better recognition of certain devices after searching. These names are only
visible to you and not to other
Bluetooth™ users.
Paired devices options
New paired device, Assign short name,
Set as authorised/Set as unauthorised,
Delete, Delete all, Exit.
Receive via Bluetooth™
Bluetooth™ must be activated.
When you receive a message via
Bluetooth™, you will be asked for
acceptance.
is shown if Bluetooth message
is accepted. The message is stored in
the Inbox, p. 32. Unread Bluetooth™
messages are indicated by
.
After the message has been received, the Bluetooth™ connection
is ended automatically.
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Infrared
Modem
C KSetupKvia infrared
C KSetupKModem
To use your phone as a fax modem,
you first have to establish a connection to an other device via Infrared or
Bluetooth™.
Your phone has an infrared interface. You can use this to exchange
data (e.g. address entries, business
card, notes) with other devices that
are also equipped with an infrared
interface.
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Connecting via Infrared
The infrared interface is on the upper
left side of the phone. The infrared
ports of the sending and receiving
devices must be pointing at each
other and the distance between
them must not exceed 30 cm.
To activate the connection via
Infrared:
To send an item via Infrared, you
must first select it in its application.
Then:
B
OptionsKSendKvia infrared
Items received via infrared are stored
in the Inbox, p. 32.
The connection must initiated by the
remote device side.
Note
Status icons:
Received Items in the Inbox.
Connection is active.
OptionsKConnect
To disconnect an established
connection:
Press Disconn.
Connecting via Bluetooth™
The control of the connection happens via the Bluetooth™ application
(p. 84).
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Setup
Audio
Voice mailbox
C KSetupKAudio
C KSetupKVoice mailbox
Most service providers offer you an
external answering service. In this
mailbox, a caller may leave a voice
message for you
Edit the current profile (see also
p. 71).
Ringtone
Select a tone from the list.
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Note
"Ringtone, line 1"
"Ringtone, line 2"
Only available if Line in use (p. 75) is
active.
Incoming call alert
Ringing, Ascending, Ring once, Beep
once, Silent.
Ringing volume
Set the volume level.
Message alert tone
Select a tone from the list.
Vibrating alert
On/Off
Keypad tones
Set the volume level.
Warning tones
On/Off
Alert for
All calls or for specified groups.
• if your phone is switched off or
not ready to receive,
• if you do not want to answer,
• if you are making a phone call
(and if Call waiting is not activated,
p. 75).
• if diverted calls are saved on your
voice maibox (see Divert, p. 83).
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.
You can use the following options to
call your mailbox or to change the
number of the mailbox:
Call voice mailbox
Call this phone number to listen to
the voice mails left for you. To set it
up:
Change number
M
Enter the phone number
you will call to listen to
your voice mails.
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Listen to
Divert number
A new voice mail can be displayed as
follows:
Calls are diverted to this phone
number. If all calls are diverted to
voice mailbox:
To call your mailbox (in standby
mode):
1
or
just press
press, then
D
Indication on the display
To set it up:
C KSetupKCall divert
Select a divert option, for
example: If busy, to divert
calls when your number is
busy.
1 long.
If you are asked for the voice mailbox
number:
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M
Key in the number.
B
Press OK.
or
store the mailbox number for future
use, see as follows.
OptionsKActivate
Voice mailbox
Select To voice mailbox
B
Press OK. Registration at
the network will be confirmed after some seconds.
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Other phone number
Select To other number
M
Key in the phone number
you want to divert to.
B
Press OK. Registration
at the network will be
confirmed after some
seconds.
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Note
Find
Press to select the divert
number from the Addresses.
Password
Your voice mail may request a password
every time you call it. In this case you may
want to add it as a DTMF number after the
voice mail number.
For example, +55 11223344p1234#
where 1234 is the password and p inserts
a pause.
Manager
C KSetupKManager
Install or remove applications and
software packages. You can only use
Symbian device software installation
files with the extension ".SIS" (to install Java™ applications, see p. 66).
When you open Manager, a list is
displayed of:
• partially installed application.
• installed applications.
To get informations like name, version, type, etc. about an application,
select the corresponding list entry:
OptionsKView details
To display the security certificate of a
software package:
OptionsKView certificate
Move the joystick to the right to see
the Memory view.
Note
Do not install software from sources without
adequate protection against viruses and
other harmful software.
See also "Symbian and Java™ applications", p. 68.
To help you, the software installation system uses digital signatures and certificates
on software packages.
See also Certificate management, p. 79
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Installing applications
Removing applications
An application you want to install
must be suitable for the Symbian operating system. Application packages are normally compressed files
which contain several component
files.
Select the application:
Note
Before you install an update for an existing
application, be sure that you have a backup
or the original software package. Otherwise
you cannot restore the original application.
Before restoring the original, remove the installed application.
You can get installation packages via
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C KSetupKManager
Yes
KOptionsKRemove
Press to confirm.
Note
Before removing software, make sure that
• no other application is dependent on it,
• no documents need it to work with.
Manager options
View details, View certificate, Manager,
Remove, View log, Send log, Exit.
Most relevant functions:
• multimedia message or as an
e-mail attachment.
View log
See what application packages have
been installed or removed and
when.
• download during a WAP session.
Viewing memory consumption
Select the required installation
package.
Press the joystick to start installation.
In the ManagerKOptions view, you
can see the memory consumption
of:
Note
The phone warns you when installing software without digital signature or certificate.
Continue only if you are sure of the origin
and the contents of the software package.
Calendar, Contacts, Documents, Messages, Images, Sound files, Video clips,
Java apps., Mem. in use, Free memory.
If memory is getting low, remove
some files or applications.
• Bluetooth™, Infrared from a computer or phone.
During installation, the phone
checks the integrity of the application package to be installed. Information about the checks are displayed, with the option to cancel the
installation.
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Shortcut
C KSetupKShortcut
Digit keys 2 to 9 can be used as
shortcut numbers. If a phone
number is assigned, it will be called.
If an application is assigned, then
this will be started.
Number 1 is reserved for voice
mailbox access.
When the shortcut selection is
saved, a symbol followed by an asterik can be seen next to the number
in the contacts entry. If a thumbnail
is assigned to the phone number, it
will be displayed in the grid.
Application
A list of available applications is
shown. Select the required entry.
A
Press Select.
How to use the shortcuts
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Press and hold shortcut
number (in standby
mode).
or
C KSetupKShortcut
Select a shortcut number
in the grid by moving the
joystick. Start action with
a press on the joystick.
Assign
OptionsKAssign
A list with available categories is
shown. Choose for the required
entry:
Phone number
Only numbers saved under Contacts
can be assigned as shortcut. Select
the required entry. Press the joystick
to open the entry and scroll to a
number.
A
Press Select.
Clear
Select the entry to be removed from
the shortcut key.
OptionsKClear
Shortcut options
Depends on the current situation.
Assign, Call, Change, Clear, View details,
Exit.
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Questions & Answers
93
Questions &
If you have any questions about using your phone, visit us at
Answers
www.my-siemens.com/customercare any time.
In addition we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below.
Question
Possible causes
Possible solution
Phone cannot be
switched on.
On/Off key not pressed
long enough.
Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
Flat battery.
Charge battery. Check charging indicator in the display.
Battery contacts dirty.
Clean contacts.
See also below under:
"Charging error"
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Standby time is too
short.
Charging error
(charge icon not
displayed).
Frequent use of the
organiser and games.
Restrict use if necessary.
Animated screensaver
activated.
Deactivate animated screensaver (p. 74)
Unintentional keystrokes
(illumination!).
Activate key lock.
Battery totally discharged. 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: Make sure the ambient temperature is right, wait a
5 °C to 40 °C.
while, then recharge.
SIM error.
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 (p. 6).
Battery faulty.
Replace battery (p. 103).
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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Question
Possible causes
Possible solution
No connection to
network.
Signal weak.
Move higher, to a window or open space.
Phone loses
network.
Calls not possible.
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Questions & Answers
Outside GSM range.
Check service provider coverage map.
SIM card not valid.
Contact the service provider.
Network barring is set.
Check barrings (p. 80).
Network overloaded.
Try again later.
Signal too weak.
Reconnection to another service provider is automatic.
Switching the phone off and on may speed this up.
2nd line set.
Set line 1 (p. 75).
New SIM card inserted.
Check for new restrictions.
Charge limit reached.
Reset limit with PIN 2 (p. 27).
Credit used up.
Load credit (p. 27).
Certain uses of the
phone not possible.
Call restrictions are set.
Barrings may be set by your service provider.
Check barrings (p. 80).
Voice mail does not
work.
Call divert to the mailbox
not set.
Set call divert to the mailbox (p. 88).
Memory low.
Phone memory full.
Delete stored messages, images or applications.
MultiMediaCard
error.
Card inserted in wrong
position.
Insert in right direction (p. 65).
Function cannot
be set.
Not supported by service
provider or registration
required.
Contact your service provider.
Snapshot pictures in camera lens polluted
bad quality.
Message cannot
be sent.
Clean camera lens with a smooth rag.
Some service providers do Check with your service provider.
not support this service.
Phone number of the serv- Set message centre (p. 28).
ice centre is not set or is
wrong.
SIM card contract does not Contact your service provider.
support this service.
Service centre overloaded. Repeat message.
No selection from address- Entry has no phone number (p. 20).
es possible.
Addressee does not have Check, if the receiver has a compatible phone.
a compatible phone.
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Questions & Answers
Question
Possible causes
Possible solution
Messages cannot be Phone memory full.
received
Wrong settings.
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Delete stored messages or images.
Check settings for specific message type.
No Internet access
possible.
Wrong WAP profile set or Check settings (p. 44), if necessary consult your service
settings wrong, incomplete. provider.
PIN error/
PIN2 error.
Three wrong 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.
Three wrong entries.
Contact Siemens Service (p. 96).
Service provider
code error.
No authorisation for this
service.
Contact your service provider.
No fax possible.
Incorrect settings in
the PC.
Check settings.
No authorisation for this
service.
Contact your service provider.
Charge counter does Charge pulse not
not work.
transmitted.
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:
* # 7780 #. Enter security code, see p. 11.
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Customer
Care
Customer Care
We offer fast, individual advice!
You have several options:
Our online support on the Internet:
www.my-siemens.com/customercare
We can be reached any time, any place.
You are given 24 hour support on all
aspects of our products. Here you will find
an interactive fault-finding system,
a compilation of the most frequently asked
questions and answers, plus user guides
and current software updates to
download.
You will also find the most frequently
asked questions and answers in the
section entitled "Questions & Answers"
(p. 93) in this user guide.
You can also get personal advice about our
range of products on our Premium Hotline:
United Kingdom .................. 0906 9597500
(0.75 £ per minute)
Qualified Siemens employees are waiting
to offer you expert information about our
products and installation.
In some countries repair and replace
services are impossible where the products
are not sold through our authorised dealers.
When calling customer service, please have
ready your receipt and the phone identity
number (IMEI, to display press * # 0 6 #), the
software version (to display, press * # 0 6 #,
then info) and if available, your Siemens
Service customer number.
If repair work is necessary, please contact
one of our service centres:
Abu Dhabi .........................................0 26 42 38 00
Argentina .....................................0 80 08 88 98 78
Australia..........................................13 00 66 53 66
Austria.............................................05 17 07 50 04
Bahrain .................................................... 40 42 34
Bangladesh.......................................0 17 52 74 47
Belgium.............................................0 78 15 22 21
Bolivia ...............................................0 21 21 41 14
Bosnia Herzegovina..........................0 33 27 66 49
Brazil............................................0 80 07 07 12 48
Brunei ..................................................02 43 08 01
Bulgaria................................................02 73 94 88
Cambodia ............................................12 80 05 00
Canada ........................................1 88 87 77 02 11
China ...........................................0 21 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 .............................22 24 98 70 00 Extn: 70 40
Indonesia .....................................0 21 46 82 60 81
Ireland.............................................18 50 77 72 77
Italy ................................................02 24 36 44 00
Ivory Coast...........................................05 02 02 59
Jordan...............................................0 64 39 86 42
Kenya.....................................................2 72 37 17
Kuwait ....................................................2 45 41 78
Latvia .....................................................7 50 11 18
Lebanon...............................................01 44 30 43
Libya ...............................................02 13 50 28 82
Lithuania ...........................................8 52 74 20 10
Luxembourg.........................................43 84 33 99
Macedonia ...........................................02 13 14 84
Malaysia....................................+ 6 03 77 12 43 04
Malta .......................................+ 35 32 14 94 06 32
Mauritius ................................................2 11 62 13
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Customer Care
Mexico .......................................01 80 07 11 00 03
Morocco...............................................22 66 92 09
Netherlands .................................0 90 03 33 31 00
New Zealand...................................08 00 27 43 63
Nigeria ..............................................0 14 50 05 00
Norway.................................................22 70 84 00
Oman........................................................79 10 12
Pakistan..........................................02 15 66 22 00
Paraguay ..........................................8 00 10 20 04
Philippines ........................................0 27 57 11 18
Poland.............................................08 01 30 00 30
Portugal ............................................8 08 20 15 21
Qatar....................................................04 32 20 10
Romania .........................................02 12 04 60 00
Russia..........................................8 80 02 00 10 10
Saudi Arabia .....................................0 22 26 00 43
Serbia .............................................01 13 07 00 80
Singapore ............................................62 27 11 18
Slovak Republic ..............................02 59 68 22 66
Slovenia............................................0 14 74 63 36
South Africa ....................................08 60 10 11 57
Spain.................................................9 02 11 50 61
Sweden.............................................0 87 50 99 11
Switzerland .....................................08 48 21 20 00
Taiwan ............................................02 23 96 10 06
Thailand............................................0 27 22 11 18
Tunisia .................................................71 86 19 02
Turkey..........................................0 21 65 79 71 00
Ukraine ........................................8 80 05 01 00 00
United Arab Emirates........................0 43 31 95 78
United Kingdom ...........................0 87 05 33 44 11
USA .............................................1 88 87 77 02 11
Vietnam...........................................84 89 30 01 21
Zimbabwe ............................................04 36 94 24
97
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Care and maintenance
Care and
Your phone has been designed and
maintenance crafted with great care and attention
and should also be treated with care.
The suggestions below will help you
to enjoy your phone for many years.
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• Protect your phone from moisture
and humidity! Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain minerals that will corrode electronic
circuits. Nevertheless, should your
phone become wet, disconnect it
immediately from the power supply and remove the battery!
• Do not use or store the phone in
dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts
may become damaged.
• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten
the life of electronic devices, damage batteries and warp or melt
certain plastics.
• Do not store your phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up
again (to its normal ambient temperature), moisture can form inside the phone, which may
damage electronic circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake your
phone. Rough handling can damage internal circuit boards!
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents
to clean the phone!
• If your phone has an integrated
camera, the lens should be
cleaned only with a dry, soft cloth
or brush.
The suggestions given above apply
equally to your phone, battery,
charger and all accessories. If any of
these parts are not working properly,
take them to your nearest qualified
service outlet. The personnel there
will assist you and, if necessary, repair the device.
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Product data
Product data
Declaration of conformity
Siemens Information and Communication mobile hereby declares that
the phone described in this user
guide is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of European
Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
The declaration of conformity (DoC)
concerned has been signed. Please
call the company hotline if you require a copy of the original.
99
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:
..............................................................
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Lost phone
Technical data
GSM class:
GSM 900/1800/1900
Weight:
116 gr
Dimensions:
109 x 56 x 19 mm
(110 ccm)
Li-Ion battery:
1000 mAh
Operating
temperature:
-10°C - +55°C
SIM card:
3V
SAR value:
0.52 W/kg
If you lose your phone or SIM card contact
your service provider immediately to prevent misuse.
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SAR – European Union (RTTE)
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INFORMATION ON RF EXPOSURE /SPESAR –
CIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR)
European
Union (RTTE) THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE
LIMITS SET BY THE EU (1999/519/EC)
FOR PROTECTION OF THE HEALTH
OF THE PUBLIC FROM THE EFFECTS
OF EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
These limits are part of comprehensive recommendations for the protection of the public. The recommendations were developed and
confirmed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific
studies*. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to
assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
Before a radio equipment may be
placed on the market, compliance
with the European laws and the respective technical limit requirements must be demonstrated. Only
then the CE mark may be affixed**.
The limit for mobile phones recommended by the Council of the European Union employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. This SAR
limit is 2,0 W/kg***. This corresponds with the requirements of the
International Commission for NonIonizing Radiation Protection ICNIRP
and was adopted into the European
Norm for Mobile Radio Equipment
EN 50360. The SAR of mobile
phones is determined in accordance
with the European Norm EN 50361.
This involves measuring the maximum value in all frequency bands of
the mobile phone with the phone
transmitting at its highest power level. The actual SAR level of the phone
during normal operation may be
well below the maximum value. This
is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so
as to use only the power required to
reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a base station, the
lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for this model
phone when tested for compliance
against the norm is
0.52 W/kg****.
The SAR information can also be
found on the Siemens web site at
www.my-siemens.com
While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions, all
Siemens products meet the legal
requirements.
* The World Health Organization
(WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland) states that present scientific information does not indicate the
need for any special precautions for
use of mobile phones.
Further information:
www.who.int/peh-emf, www.mmfai.org,
www.my-siemens.com
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SAR – European Union (RTTE)
** The CE mark confirms that the
product is in compliance with the legal requirements of the European
Union as a prerequisite for the placing on the market and the free
movement of goods within the European internal market.
*** averaged over 10g body tissue.
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**** SAR values may vary depending on national requirements and
frequency bands. SAR information
for different regions can be found at
www.my-siemens.com
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SAR – International (ICNIRP)
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SAR – Inter- INFORMATION ON RF EXPOSURE /SPECIFIC ABSORPTION RATE (SAR)
national
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE
(ICNIRP)
LIMITS FOR PROTECTION OF THE
HEALTH OF THE PUBLIC FROM THE
EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed
and manufactured not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy recommended by international guidelines from the International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines for the protection of the public and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the
population. The guidelines were
confirmed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific
studies*. The limits include a substantial safety margin designed to
assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure limit for mobile
phones employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the international guidelines is
2.0 W/kg**. Tests for SAR are conducted in all frequency bands using
standard operating positions with
the phone transmitting at its highest
power level. The actual SAR level of
the phone during operation can be
well below the maximum value. This
is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so
as to use only the power required to
reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a base station, the
lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for this model
phone when tested for use at the ear
is
0.52 W/kg***.
SAR information can also be found at
www.my-siemens.com
While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions,
they all meet the international
guidelines for safe RF exposure.
* The World Health Organization
(WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland) states that present scientific information does not indicate the
need for any special precautions for
use of mobile phones.
Further information:
www.who.int/peh-emf, www.mmfai.org,
www.my-siemens.com
** averaged over 10g of tissue.
*** SAR values may vary depending
on national requirements and frequency bands. information for different regions can be found at
www.my-siemens.com
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Accessories
Accessories
Basics
Car Solutions
Li-Ion Battery 1000mAh EBA-540
Car Charger ECC-500
Charger for the cigarette lighter socket in the
car. It supports either 12 or 24 volt DC.
Travel Charger
ETC-500 (Euro)
ETC-510 (UK)
Travel charger with an extended input voltage range of 90-264V.
Headset PTT HHS-550 (Stereo)
Like Headset (Mono), but additionally stereo
functionality for music.
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Belt Case FCT-510
Gives you a secure grip and protects your
phone.
Headset PTT Bluetooth™
HHB-505 (with Euro charger)
HHB-515 (with UK charger)
HHB-525 (with Australian charger)
Convenient and smart headset without the
hindrance of a cable. Can be used on any
phone that supports the Bluetooth Headset
profile.
Data
Data Cable USB DCA-540
To connect the phone to the USB port of
the PC.
SyncStation DSC-510
Table cradle for your mobile phone. Allows
data exchange and simultaneously charges
the phone on the power supply unit at home.
Features a Data Cable USB and a
Y adapter.
Car Kit Portable HKP-500
Handsfree kit with integrated loudspeaker
and microphone and auto answer feature.
Simply plug into the cigarette lighter socket.
Ideal for mobility between vehicles.
Mobile Holder Antenna HMH-530
To be used in combination with a Car Kit
Portable and as an upgrade to the Car Kit
Comfort.
Car Kit Basic HKB-500
Allows handsfree talking and simultaneously
charges the mobile phone in the car.
Features a Car Charger, a Headset PTT and
a Y adapter.
Car Kit Comfort HKC-530
Handsfree kit with first-class digital call quality and utmost ease of use. Includes all components needed for installation. The
individual antenna solution can be obtained
from your specialist dealer.
Car Kit Upgrade HKO-540
To upgrade the Car Kit Comfort from
Siemens mobile phone series before
55 generation.
Optional Car Kit accessories
VDA Adapter Cable HKO-560
Products can be obtained in specialist
shops. Visit our online shop under:
Original Siemens Accessories
www.siemens.com/
mobilestore
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Quality Statements
Quality Statements
Battery quality statement
Display quality statement
The capacity of your mobile phone
battery will reduce each time it is
charged/emptied. Storage at too
high or low temperatures will also
result in a gradual capacity loss. As a
result the operating time of your mobile phone may be considerably reduced, even after a full recharge of
the battery.
Discoloured white or black dots may
appear on the display. This is a design-related feature of the screen.
Standard ISO 13406-2:2001 regulates how many defective pixels or
subpixels are acceptable. Siemens
has complied with this standard and
satisfies the following requirements:
Regardless of this, the battery has
been designed and manufactured so
that it can be recharged and used for
six months after the purchase of
your mobile phone. After six
months, if the battery is clearly suffering from loss of performance, we
recommend that you replace it.
Please buy only Siemens original
batteries.
• maximum number of defective
white pixels: 2
• maximum number of defective
black pixels: 2
• maximum total number of defective pixels: 5
In addition, there may be no more
than 4 defective bright pixels in a
diameter of 10 mm.
If the screen on your phone does not
satisfy these requirements, please
contact Siemens Service, p. 96.
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Guarantee certificate (UK)
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Guarantee
certificate
(UK)
Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or
retailer, the customer shall be granted a
manufacturer's Guarantee under the conditions set out below:
• In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from
manufacturing and/or material faults within
24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at
its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or
repair the said device. In respect of parts
subject to wear and tear (including but not
limited to, batteries, keypads, casing), this
warranty shall be valid for six months from
the date of purchase.
• This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect is attributable to improper treatment and/or failure to comply with
information contained in the user manuals.
• This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to services performed by the authorised dealer or the customer themselves
(e.g. installation, configuration, software
downloads). User manuals and any software supplied on a separate data medium
shall be excluded from the Guarantee.
• The purchase receipt, together with the
date of purchase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims
under the Guarantee must be submitted
within two months of the Guarantee default becoming evident.
• Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to Siemens shall
vest in Siemens.
• This Guarantee shall apply to new devices
purchased in the European Union. The
Guarantee is issued by Siemens plc, Siemens House, Oldbury, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FZ.
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• Any other claims resulting out of or in connection with the device shall be excluded
from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee shall attempt to limit or exclude a Customers Statutory Rights, nor the
manufacturer's liability for death or personal
injury resulting from its negligence.
• The duration of the Guarantee shall not be
extended by services rendered under the
terms of the Guarantee.
• Insofar as no Guarantee default exists,
Siemens reserves the right to charge the
customer for replacement or repair.
• The above provisions does not imply a
change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer.
To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the
Siemens telephone service. The relevant
number is to be found in the accompanying
user guide.
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Guarantee
certificate
(IRL)
Guarantee certificate (IRL)
Without prejudice to any claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or
retailer, the customer shall be granted a
manufacturer’s Guarantee under the conditions set out below:
• In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from
manufacturing and/or material faults within
24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at
its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or
repair the said device. In respect of parts
subject to wear and tear (including but not
limited to, batteries, keypads, casing), this
warranty shall be valid for six months from
the date of purchase.
• This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect is attributable to improper care
or use and/or failure to comply with information contained in the user manuals. In
particular claims under the Guarantee
cannot be made if:
• The device is opened (this is classed as
third party intervention)
• Repairs or other work done by persons not
authorised by Siemens.
• Components on the printed circuit board
are manipulated
• The software is manipulated
• Defects or damage caused by dropping,
breaking, lightning or ingress of moisture.
This also applies if defects or damage was
caused by mechanical, chemical, radio interference or thermal factors (e.g.: microwave, sauna etc.)
• Devices fitted with accessories not authorised by Siemens
• This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to services performed by the authorised dealer or the customer themselves
(e.g. installation, configuration, software
downloads). User manuals and any software supplied on a separate data medium
shall be excluded from the Guarantee.
• The purchase receipt, together with the
date of purchase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims
under the Guarantee must be submitted
within two months of the Guarantee default becoming evident.
• Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to Siemens shall
vest in Siemens.
• This Guarantee shall apply to new devices
purchased in the European Union. For
Products sold in the Republic of Ireland the
Guarantee is issued by Siemens Ireland
Limited, Ballymoss Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate, Dublin 18 - The Republic of
Ireland.
• Any other claims resulting out of or in connection with the device shall be excluded
from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee shall attempt to limit or exclude a
Customers Statutory Rights, nor the manufacturer’s liability for death or personal injury resulting from its negligence.
• The duration of the Guarantee shall not be
extended by services rendered under the
terms of the Guarantee.
• Insofar as no Guarantee default exists,
Siemens reserves the right to charge the
customer for replacement or repair.
• The above provisions does not imply a
change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer.
To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the
Siemens helpdesk on 1850 777 277. This
number is also to be found in the accompanying user guide.
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Access points.............................. 76
Accessories............................... 103
Accessory settings ...................... 82
Adressbook, see Contacts ........... 19
Alarm clock................................. 69
Answering service (external)....... 88
Anykey answer ........................... 75
Applications menu........................ 9
Attachments (e-mail) .................. 36
Audio (setup) ............................. 88
Auto time update........................ 78
Autolock period .......................... 79
Automatic redial ......................... 75
B
Barrings...................................... 80
Battery
charge ...................................... 7
insert ........................................ 6
quality statement.................. 104
Bluetooth ................................... 84
Bookmarks ................................. 44
Business card.............................. 25
C
Calculator ................................... 61
Calendar..................................... 57
Call
accept/end.............................. 12
barring ................................... 80
costs....................................... 27
divert...................................... 83
duration.................................. 26
hold........................................ 13
menu...................................... 14
register ................................... 26
reject ...................................... 13
set up ..................................... 75
timers ..................................... 26
transfer................................... 14
waiting ............................. 13, 75
107
Camera .......................................49
Car accessories..........................103
Car Kit settings............................82
Care of phone .............................98
Cell broadcast .............................41
Cell info display...........................81
Certificate management..............79
Charge battery ..............................7
Closed user group .......................79
Colour palette .............................73
Colour palette (display) ...............73
Conference .................................13
Connection (setup) .....................76
Connection security (WAP) ..........48
Contacts
add a picture ...........................20
add a ringtone.........................24
add DTMF tones ......................21
business card ..........................25
call an entry ............................21
groups ....................................22
new entry................................19
view an entry ..........................21
voice dialling ...........................23
Contrast......................................73
Converter....................................62
Customer care.............................96
D
Data call......................................77
Date and time (setup) .................78
Default access point ....................47
Delivery reports...........................37
Dialled calls.................................26
Dialling with number keys ...........12
Display (setup) ............................73
Display text language ..................73
Divert..........................................83
Drafts..........................................36
DTMF tones.................................14
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Editing text................................. 16
E-mail
attachments ..................... 31, 36
create ..................................... 31
mailbox .................................. 35
read........................................ 35
settings................................... 40
Emergency number (SOS)............. 7
Extras ......................................... 64
F
Favourites .................................. 69
Fax modem ................................ 87
File Manager .............................. 64
G
Getting started ............................. 6
GPRS
counter................................... 27
setup ...................................... 77
Groups ....................................... 22
GSM network.............................. 81
Guarantee certificate (UK)......... 105
H
Handsfree talking ....................... 15
Headset.................................... 103
accessory .............................. 103
setup ...................................... 82
Hotline ....................................... 96
I
Images ....................................... 51
Inbox (messages) ....................... 32
Infrared ...................................... 87
Input text language .................... 73
Installing software ...................... 91
J
JAD/JAR file................................. 67
Java™ ......................................... 66
K
Keypad tones ........................ 72, 88
L
Language (display text) ...............73
Line in use ..................................75
Lost phone, SIM card...................99
Loudspeaker ...............................15
M
Mailbox (e-mail)..........................35
Maintenance of phone ................98
Manager .....................................90
Messages ....................................28
alert tone .......................... 71, 88
draft folder..............................36
e-mail......................................31
inbox ......................................32
mailbox (e-mail) ......................35
multimedia messages
(MMS) ..................................29
my folders ...............................34
outbox ....................................37
reports ....................................37
sent folder...............................36
settings ...................................37
short messages (SMS) .............28
Missed calls.................................26
MMS
create......................................30
read ........................................33
reception ................................39
settings ...................................38
Modem .......................................87
Multimedia messages..................29
MultiMediaCard ..........................65
Music..........................................55
Mute...........................................14
My folders (messages).................34
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S
Navigation.................................... 8
Network (setup) ......................... 81
Notepad ..................................... 60
Notes ......................................... 60
O
Safety precautions ........................3
Screensaver ................................74
Searching......................................9
Second phone number ................75
Security ......................................79
Security code ..............................11
Send DTMF (WAP) .......................48
Send my caller ID ........................75
Sent items...................................36
Service centres............................37
Service commands ......................43
Setup
accessory ................................82
audio ......................................88
Bluetooth ................................84
call..........................................75
call barring ..............................80
call divert ................................83
connection ..............................76
date and time..........................78
Infrared ...................................87
manager .................................90
modem ...................................87
network ..................................81
phone .....................................73
screensaver .............................74
security ...................................79
shortcut ..................................92
voice mailbox ..........................88
Shortcut................................ 75, 92
SIM
fixed dial .................................70
insert card .................................6
messages ................................43
phonebook..............................70
problems.................................93
protect ....................................11
remove barring........................11
services ...................................70
Operating time ............................. 7
Organiser ................................... 57
Outbox (messages)..................... 37
Overview of the phone ................. 4
Own number sending ................. 75
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Packet data................................. 77
Phone language.......................... 73
Phone line in use ........................ 75
Phonebook (contacts)................. 19
Photo album............................... 51
Picture messages ........................ 53
PIN code
change ................................... 11
enter ...................................... 10
error ....................................... 95
PIN2 code ................................... 11
Preferred connection .................. 38
Product data ............................... 99
Profiles ....................................... 71
PUK, PUK2 .................................. 11
Q
Questions & Answers .................. 93
R
Radio.......................................... 55
Received calls ............................. 26
Recorder..................................... 60
Records ...................................... 26
Reply via same centre ................. 38
Ringing volume .............. 15, 71, 88
Ringtone ........................ 24, 71, 88
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create ..................................... 28
read........................................ 32
Settings .................................. 37
Snapshot .................................... 49
SOS .............................................. 7
Speed dialling keys ..................... 92
Standby mode ...................... 10, 73
Summary after call...................... 75
Switch on/off .............................. 10
Switching between
applications .................................. 9
T
T9 text entry............................... 16
Tasks .................................... 59, 60
Technical data ............................ 99
Text input with T9 ...................... 16
Thumbnails in an contacts
entry .......................................... 20
Time, settings............................. 78
Today ......................................... 60
To-do (tasks) .............................. 59
Troubleshooting ......................... 93
U
Upper-, lowercase letters.............17
V
Validity period.............................38
Vibrating alert ....................... 72, 88
Voice dialling ..............................23
Voice mailbox .............................88
Voice memo................................60
Volume control ...........................15
W
Wallpaper ............................. 53, 73
WAP
browser...................................46
connection ..............................46
connection security .................48
messages ................................34
save pages ..............................47
service messages.....................34
settings ............................. 44, 47
Warning tones ............................88
Welcome note or image ..............73
Writing language.........................73
Writing text.................................16