Siemens TDMA 800 User guide

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Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone.
This user guide is designed to familiarize you with all the functions of your
new phone. While reviewing this guide, please pay particular attention to the
safety and PIN/Security precautions.
The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use in TDMA 800,
TDMA 1900, GSM 900, and GSM 1900.
FCC/Industry Canada Notice
Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when using a
telephone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or Industry
Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such interference cannot be eliminated. If you require assistance, please contact your local service
facility.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.
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Contents
Safety Precautions................................. 1
Safety Information.................................. 2
Electronic devices .................................3
SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) ........... 5
Overview of the phone........................... 7
Display Symbols .................................... 8
Legend .................................................... 9
Getting Started ..................................... 10
Remove battery cover ........................11
Insert SIM card ...................................11
Insert battery ......................................12
Charge battery ....................................12
Turn phone on ....................................13
Phone settings ....................................15
Menu Navigation .................................. 16
Making a Call ........................................ 18
Dialing .................................................18
End call ...............................................18
Accept call ..........................................18
Reject call ...........................................18
Busy signal .........................................19
Redial .................................................19
During a call ........................................20
Swap/Conference .............................21
Send DTMF tones ..............................22
International Calling ...........................23
Babysitter ...........................................23
Address Book....................................... 24
New entry ...........................................24
View and edit entries .........................25
Call an entry .......................................26
Search for an entry .............................26
Address book entry ............................26
Store control code ..............................27
SIM Phone Book.................................. 28
New entry ...........................................28
SIM phone book menu .......................28
Location ..............................................29
Record Number ..................................29
Store control code ..............................30
Voice Control ........................................31
Record voice controls ........................ 31
Text Messaging.....................................33
Read Messages ................................. 33
Inbox/Outbox ..................................... 34
Archive ............................................... 34
Use SMS sample ............................... 35
Compose SMS ................................... 35
Create new e-mail ............................. 36
Text Entry Tips ................................... 37
T9® Text Input .................................. 37
Message setup .................................. 39
Voice Mailbox........................................40
Setup .................................................. 40
Voice mail notification ....................... 41
Cell Broadcast ......................................42
Cell broadcast messages .................. 42
Cell Broadcast/SIM Services ...............43
SIM services ...................................... 43
Bitmap Viewer.......................................44
WAP .......................................................45
Internet access .................................. 45
Browser menu .................................. 46
Setup ................................................. 47
Profiles .............................................. 47
Operating instructions ....................... 49
Call Records..........................................50
Missed calls ....................................... 50
Calls received ..................................... 50
Calls dialed ......................................... 50
Erase records ..................................... 50
Duration ............................................. 51
Call Forward..........................................52
Voice Memo...........................................54
Organizer...............................................56
Calendar ............................................. 56
Appointments .................................... 57
Alarm clock ....................................... 58
Missed alarms .................................. 58
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
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Business Card ...................................... 59
Calculator.............................................. 60
Currency Converter ............................. 61
Clock ..................................................... 62
Format time ........................................62
Format date ........................................62
Auto off ..............................................62
Stopwatch/Countdown ........................ 63
Games ................................................... 64
Profiles .................................................. 65
Activate ..............................................65
Setup ..................................................65
Headset ..............................................66
Car Kit .................................................66
Airplane mode ....................................66
Favorites ............................................... 67
Apply ...................................................67
Change ...............................................67
Reset ..................................................67
Fast Access Keys................................. 68
Left soft key ........................................68
Speed dialing keys .............................69
Quick menu selection .........................70
Audio ..................................................... 71
Ringer setting .....................................71
Volume ................................................71
Melodies .............................................71
Compose melody ................................72
Call screening ....................................73
Silent alert ..........................................73
Key tones ............................................73
Minute beep .......................................73
Info tones ...........................................73
Setup......................................................74
Device ................................................ 74
Security .............................................. 76
Network ............................................. 78
User group ......................................... 80
During a Call ...................................... 80
Connectivity ....................................... 81
Time/Date .......................................... 82
Accessories ........................................ 83
Flex Memory..........................................84
Siemens Quick Sync Software ............85
Fax/Data Mode Using a PC .................86
Send/Print..............................................87
Troubleshooting ...................................88
Siemens Service ...................................91
Specifications .......................................92
Maintenance..........................................94
Accessories ..........................................95
U.S. FDA ................................................96
Ten Driving Safety Tips......................102
Intellectual Property ...........................104
Index ....................................................105
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
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Safety Precautions
Switch off in hospitals or in the vicinity of medical devices (e.g.,
pacemakers or hearing aids).
Mobile phones can interfere with
the function of these devices.
Always use the hands-free kit for
calls while driving! (p. 95)
Mobile phones must be switched
off at all times in an airplane. Prevent accidental activation. (p. 66)
Switch off near gas stations,
fuel depots, chemical plants or
blasting operations. Wireless
phones can interfere with the operation of technical installations.
Do not use optic magnification
devices to examine the active infrared interface [Class 1 LED
product (classified according to
IEC 60825-1)].
The ring tone is reproduced
through the earpiece.To avoid
possible damage to hearing, first
accept the call, then hold the
phone to your ear.
SIM card may be removed. Caution: small parts could be swallowed by children.
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The voltage specified on
the power supply must not
be exceeded.
We recommend you use original
Siemens batteries (100% mercury-free) and charging devices.
Otherwise, considerable health
risks and damage to the product
cannot be excluded.
Neither the phone nor the
battery (100% mercury-free)
should be opened under any circumstances. Changes to this device are strictly prohibited, as
they will invalidate the type approval criteria required for operation of the unit.
Please observe:
Dispose of used batteries and
phones according to the legal
regulations.
Wireless phones can interfere
with the operation of nearby TVs,
radios, and PCs.
We recommend you use only
original Siemens accessories to
avoid possible damage and ensure that the phone complies with
all relevant regulations.
Improper use invalidates the warranty!
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Safety Information
Important: Read this information
before using your wireless
handheld phone.
As this mobile phone is equipped
with a fixed (non-retractable) antenna, some paragraphs in the below
text may not be applicable.
Antenna care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage the
phone and may violate FCC regulations.
Phone operation
Normal position
Hold the phone as you would any
other telephone with the antenna
pointed up and over your shoulder.
Tips on efficient operation
For your phone to operate most efficiently:
• Extend your antenna fully
(if applicable).
• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone
is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may
cause the phone to operate at a
higher power level than otherwise
needed.
Driving
Laws pertaining to the use of mobile
phones while driving vary
significantly from state-to-state and
sometimes even from locality-to-locality within states. For example,
some areas may allow persons to
use their mobile phones only if they
employ a hands-free device, and
some areas may prohibit the use of
mobile phones entirely. Accordingly,
Siemens recommends that persons
check the laws for the areas in which
they drive or will be driving. For areas where the use of mobile phones
while driving is permitted, Siemens
encourages persons to use their
phones responsibly and to employ
hands-free devices. Also, if using
your phone while driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving —
driving safely is your first responsibility;
• Use hands-free operation, if available;
• Pull off the road and park before
making or answering a call, if driving conditions so require.
For vehicles equipped with
Air Bags
An air bag inflates with great force.
DO NOT place objects, including either installed or portable wireless
equipment, in the area over the air
bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment
is improperly installed and the air
bag inflates, serious injury could result.
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Safety Information
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Electronic devices
Hearing Aids
Most modern electronic equipment
is shielded from radiofrequency (RF)
signals. However, certain electronic
equipment may not be shielded
against the RF signals from your
wireless phone.
Some digital wireless phones may
interfere with some hearing aids. In
the event of such interference, you
may want to consult your service
provider or your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturer’s
Association recommends that a minimum separation of six inches (6”)
be maintained between a handheld
wireless phone and a pacemaker to
avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology
Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• should ALWAYS keep the phone
more than six inches from their
pacemaker when the phone is
turned ON;
• should not carry the phone in a
breast pocket;
• should use the ear opposite the
pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference;
• should turn the phone OFF immediately if there is any reason to
suspect that interference is taking
place.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the manufacturers of your devices to determine if
they are adequately shielded from
external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care
facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do
so. Hospitals or health care facilities
may be using equipment that could
be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly
installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer
or its representative regarding your
vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that
has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility
where posted notices so require.
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Safety Information
Airplanes
Emergency Calls
FCC and Airline Regulations prohibit
using your phone while in the air.
Turn your phone OFF before
boarding an airplane.
Check and comply with the policy
of your airline regarding the use of
your phone while the airplane is on
the ground.
Your wireless phone can be used to
make emergency calls. Check to ensure you have a strong enough signal and that the battery has enough
available charge.
You can make an emergency call
from the main display screen.
You can either enter the local emergency number such as 911 and then
press the , (talk) key, or you can
press and hold the red : key as a
shortcut.
Blasting areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when
in a “blasting area” or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey
all signs and instructions.
Potentially explosive
atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF when in any
area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and
instructions. Sparks in such areas
could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often but not always
clearly marked. They include: fueling
areas such as gasoline stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities; vehicles
using liquefied petroleum gas (such
as propane or butane); areas where
the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust or metal
powders; and any other area where
you would normally be advised to
turn off your vehicle engine.
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SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)
THIS SIEMENS S46 PHONE
MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE
TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless Siemens S46 phone is
a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured not to
exceed the emission limits for
exposure to radiofrequency (RF)
energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission of
the U.S. Government. These limits
are part of comprehensive
guidelines and establish permitted
levels of RF energy for the general
population. The guidelines are based
on standards that were developed
by independent scientific
organizations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific
studies. The standards include a
substantial safety margin designed
to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless
mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR
limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.*
Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions
specified by the FCC with the phone
transmitting at its highest certified
power level in all tested frequency
bands. Although the
SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual
SAR level of the phone while
operating can be well below the
5
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 wireless base
station antenna, the lower the
power output.
Before a phone model is available
for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified to the FCC that
it does not exceed the limit
established by the governmentadopted requirement for safe
exposure. The tests are performed
in positions and locations (for
example, at the ear and worn on
the body) as required by the FCC
for each model. The highest SAR
value for this Siemens S46 phone
when tested for use at the ear is
1.12 W/kg, and when worn on the
body, as described in this user
guide, is 0.41 W/kg. (Body-worn
measurements differ among phone
models, depending upon available
accessories and FCC requirements.)
While there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions,
they all meet the government
requirement for safe exposure.
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SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)
The FCC has granted an Equipment
Authorization for this Siemens S46
phone with all reported SAR levels
evaluated as in compliance with the
FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR
information on this Siemens S46
phone is on file with the FCC
and can be found under the
Display Grant section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after
searching on FCC ID PWX-S46.
For body worn operation, to
maintain compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines, use only
Siemens approved accessories.
When carrying the phone while
it is on, use the specific Siemens
belt clip that has been tested
for compliance.
Use of non-Siemens-approved
accessories may violate FCC RF
exposure guidelines and should
be avoided.
* In the United States and Canada,
the SAR limit for mobile phones
used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg
(W/kg) averaged over one gram of
tissue. The standard incorporates a
substantial margin of safety to give
additional protection for the public
and to account for any variations
in measurements.
Additional information on Specific
Absorption Rates (SAR) can be
found on the Cellular
Telecommunications Industry
Association (CTIA) web-site at:
http://www.wow-com.com.
For SAR information in other regions
please look under product
information at:
www.icm.siemens.com
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Overview of the phone
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Infrared port
PC communication
Display indicators
Signal strength, battery level,
status icons.
Left side buttons
During a call:
Adjust volume.
In menus and lists:
Scroll up and down.
In standby mode:
Press and hold lower button
to activate voice control.
Address book key
Press for address book.
Call key
Accept calls or dial the
displayed phone number.
Display outgoing calls
(in standby mode).
Ringer
Press and hold *:
Turn ringer on and off.
Device interface
Connection for charger,
headset and additional
accessories.
Earpiece
Soft keys
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Set
Menu
Voice memo button
Press and hold:
Start the recording.
Press:
Play recording back.
On/Off/End key
Press:
End call or go back
one menu level.
Press and hold:
Turn phone on or off
(in standby mode).
Return to standby mode
(in menus).
Emergency key
Press and hold red : key
to place an emergency
services (911) call.
Key lock
Press and hold #:
Turn key lock on and off.
Microphone
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Display Symbols
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On the phone display (selection):
Displays
M
r
v
p
U
T
S
V
ª
Signal strength.
Charging completed.
Battery level indicator.
All calls are forwarded.
Ringer off.
Short ringer (beep) only.
Ringer sounds only if incoming
number is in the address book.
Alarm is set.
Key lock active.
Transmission unencrypted.
Phone numbers/names:
‹
SIM card.
P
Phone memory.
‚
Restricted SIM card.
m
No network access.
«
Function active (in menus).
Unknown network function.
?
l
Auto call answering on.
d
Address book.
abc/ABC Indicates whether upper or
lowercase letters are active in
text entry.
T9
T9® text input active.
˜
WAP Offline.
WAP Online.
™
*!*
Á
À
Ò
Â
Network supports GPRS.
GPRS attached.
GPRS connection active.
GPRS attached but no
connection currently possible.
X
Y
¦
¥
Infrared standby.
Infrared transmission.
Headset mode.
Car kit active.
Calendar icons
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Weekly view.
G
‘
k
Daily view (agenda).
_
j
g
Call
Monthly view.
Memo
Meeting
Birthday
Speech memo
Soft keys
ED
F
[
”
n
<
@
“
.
Scroll up and down in menus
and lists.
Clear entry to left of cursor.
Switch between settings (for
example, a.m. to p.m.).
Message received.
Voice mail received.
Missed call.
Store in address book.
T9 word selection.
SIM services (example).
Store in the archive.
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Legend
This User Guide uses the
following symbols:
J
-
,
Enter numbers or letters.
On/Off/End key.
Press:
End call or go back one
menu level.
Press and hold:
Turn phone on or off (in standby
mode).
Return to standby mode
(in menus).
Call key.
Accept calls or dial the
displayed phone number.
Display outgoing calls (in
standby mode).
ƒ
‡
…
Select the displayed soft key on
the side indicated.
§Menu§
Displays a menu or feature
that can be started by simply
selecting the soft key
beneath it.
(shaded
text)
Use the left soft key to scroll up
and down in menus and lists.
Z
Feature depends on the service
provider. Special registration
may be necessary.
©
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Feature available only in
GSM mode or only in TDMA
mode as indicated.
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User instructions apply the
following format:
Press (key):
Briefly press the key indicated
(normal key press).
Press and hold (key):
Press down and hold the indicated key to
launch action.
Select soft key:
Press the soft key corresponding to the
menu or feature selected.
Functions and options for various
features available through the
phone’s onscreen menu are
presented with descriptions in
shaded menus.
Sample function/options menu:
(function)
View
Save
Edit
Delete
(description)
Display the selected entry.
Store an entry.
Display an entry for changes.
Delete an entry.
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Getting Started
Your phone operates in either
TDMA (Time Division Multiple
Access) or
GSM (Global System for Mobile
Communications) mode. You can
select one of these modes as the
standard or use automatic selection
(p. 78).
Availability of certain features
depends on the mode in which the
phone is currently operating.
Before using your phone:
Insert the SIM card (p. 11)
Your service provider has supplied you with a SIM card that must be installed
for both GSM and TDMA modes.
Insert the battery (p. 12)
Charge the battery (p. 12)
The battery must be fully charged before turning on phone for the first time.
Turn the phone on (p. 13)
Press and hold On/Off/End key ( - ).
Enter PIN (p. 13) (if required in GSM mode)
The SIM card may be protected with a PIN (personal identification number).
If required, you must enter your PIN after turning your phone on. For further
details, please see the security information in the Setup chapter (p. 76).
After turning on your phone (p. 15)
Depending on your phone’s configuration, several settings must be made after
the phone has been turned on for the first time.
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Getting Started
Remove battery cover
• Unlock battery cover
remove .
and
Insert SIM card
Your service provider has supplied
you with a SIM card for your phone.
The SIM card is required for the
phone to operate in TDMA or GSM,
and it contains important data for
your GSM subscription.
If you have received your phone’s
SIM card in credit card size, snap the
smaller piece out and remove any
rough edges.
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• Slide out the red SIM holder
and turn it in the direction
indicated by the arrow .
• Insert SIM card in the holder .
Make sure the angled corner is in
the correct position and the
contacts are facing upward.
• Turn holder until the SIM card and
contacts face the phone .
• Slide the SIM holder back into the
phone until it clicks into place .
Security/PIN
The SIM card can be protected against
misuse with a 4 - 8 digit PIN (personal
identification number). Depending on the
type of SIM card, the PIN may be changed
or the protection may be activated or
deactivated (p. 76).
Type of SIM card
Only 3-Volt SIM cards may be used. Older
SIM cards (5-Volt technology) are not
supported. Please contact your service
provider if you have an older card.
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Getting Started
Insert battery
Charge battery
• Insert battery into the phone
( and ).
The battery is not fully charged
when delivered. To charge your
phone’s battery:
• Plug the supplied charger into the
device interface at the bottom of
the phone and plug the power
supply into the outlet. (Use only
the charger supplied with your
phone and charge for at least
two hours).
• After charging, disconnect the
charger from the phone by
squeezing the top and bottom of
the charger cable and pulling it out
of your phone.
• Replace battery cover and push
gently in the direction of the
until it clicks.
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Charging
Your phone’s display shows the following:
s When charging is in progress.
r When charging is complete.
An empty battery is fully charged after
approximately two hours. Charging is only
possible when the temperature is between
41°F and 104°F (5°C and 40°C). (The
charge icon flashes as a warning when the
temperature is above or below the stated
values.) The voltage specified on the power
supply unit must not be exceeded.
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Getting Started
Standby and talk times
A completely charged battery provides up
to 200 hours of standby time in GSM mode
and up to 150 hours of standby time in
TDMA mode. Talk time in GSM mode is up
to 360 minutes and up to 150 minutes in
TDMA mode. The standby and talk times
are average values only and are dependent
on operating conditions.
Battery level indicator (fully charged
to empty):
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A beep sounds when the battery is
nearly empty.
Empty battery
If your mobile phone will not turn on and no
charge icon appears, the battery may be
completely empty and must be reactivated.
If this occurs, connect the phone to the
charger. After 2 hours the battery will
charge and the charge icon will appear.
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Turn phone on
-
Press and hold
On/Off/End key to
turn phone on.
After turning on your phone with the
SIM card inserted, you may need to
enter your PIN, depending on your
service provider.
Enter your PIN using the
phone’s keypad. (For
security, the entry is
displayed as a series of
asterisks. If you make a
mistake, select the Clear
soft key and begin again.)
§OK§ Select the soft key to
confirm (see figure).
J
Please enter
your PIN:
****
Clear
OK
Logging on to the network takes a
few seconds.
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Getting Started
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Set
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Menu
When the service provider is
displayed, the phone is in standby
mode and is ready for use.
SIM problems
If you see Please insert your SIM card
on your display, check for possible
causes (p. 88).
PIN
If your PIN is entered incorrectly three
times, the SIM card is locked. Unlock with
PUK (key code) (p. 76).
You may also change your PIN or activate
or deactivate PIN control (p. 76).
If you do not have a SIM card, the
phone can be used with limited
functionality.
When you turn on your phone, you
will be prompted to insert your SIM
card. However, even without the
SIM card inserted, you will still be
able to place an emergency call by
selecting the SOS soft key. You will
also have access to the following
functions in the phone’s menu:
Demonstration
Games
Clock
Alarm clock
Calculator
Currency converter
Calendar
Appointments
Stopwatch
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Getting Started
Phone settings
Network connection
The phone may be operated in either
TDMA or GSM networks. When
your phone is turned on, it
automatically searches for the
currently available network (p. 79).
Signal strength
After the network search has
started, your phone’s signal strength
indicator is shown in the upper left
corner of the display screen.
M Indicates a strong signal.
L Indicates a weak signal.
Display contrast
The display contrast may be
adjusted (p. 74).
Your phone number
To keep track of your mobile phone
number, it is recommended that you
enter your new phone number in the
SIM phone book’s <Own numbers>
folder for easy reference (p. 29).
Time/Date
After you have turned your phone on
the first time, you will want to set
the correct time and date (p. 62).
I
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The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)
card contains a phone book which is
available in addition to your phone’s
address book. The entries in the SIM phone
book and the address book are managed
separately; however, data may be
exchanged between the two.
Import SIM card phone book
When a SIM card is inserted for
the first time, or when it is changed,
the phone book on the SIM card
may be imported to your phone’s
address book.
In the SIM card phone book, each
entry contains only one name and
one phone number; therefore, some
data fields in the phone’s expanded
address book will be left empty. Your
phone’s address book entries may
be edited after the SIM phone book
data has been imported (p. 25).
Do not interrupt the import process
and do not accept calls during this
time. Follow the instructions on
the display.
To copy the data from the SIM
phone book to your phone's address
book later, use the Copy into 9
function of the SIM phone book
menu (p. 28).
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Menu Navigation
16
To describe the steps for menu
access in this user guide, the
following abbreviated notation
is used:
§Menu§
Messages
Messages
New SMS
Create new email
Use SMS sample
New SMS
Here is an example of composing an
SMS (short message):
M
E
ˆ
t
(service provider)
03/12/02
Set
ˆ
12:34p
Menu
GAbc
B
Main Menu
„
D
‡
SMS
153
Meeting_
§Menu§ Select the soft key to
open the main menu.
E
Select
§Select§ Select the soft key to
open the New SMS
text editor.
‡
J
Help
Messages
Records
D
CF
OK OK
Enter your message.
Using T9 to enter text quickly (p. 37)
Select
†
§Select§ Use the left soft key to
scroll through and
highlight menu items.
Highlight the Messages
submenu and open it
by selecting the right
soft key.
T9 text input allows you to enter text by
using just one key press per letter. Simply
press the key where the relevant letters are
located once.
1 Insert a blank by pressing once.
„ End a word.
F Delete text directly to the left of the
cursor.
@
View additional word options.
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.
GAbc
SMS
Meeting at 08a h
144
G123 Recipient
Send to:
B
CF
OK OK
‡
OK§OK§ Start the Options
submenu by selecting
the soft key.
Abc
SMS
G
Options
140
Meeting
Send at 08a h
Save
T9 input
E
D
ˆ
OK Select
‡
§Select§ Select the option.
=
Return
J
Enter phone number.
or
Select from the address
book.
§OK§ Select soft key to confirm.
§Send§ Select soft key again to
send message.
(If Message type, Validity
period or Service center
are requested, the
SMS set-up options have
not been set. Please
see p. 39.)
+
§Save§ Select soft key to save
the message.
-
Press and hold to return
to standby mode.
Menu navigation shortcut: You can also
navigate through menus using your phone’s
keypad. Each menu branch has a number
corresponding to its level (and sub-level)
within the phone’s menu tree. (These
numbers appear in the upper right corner of
your phone’s display screen.) For example,
to go to the Appointments menu from
standby mode, select the Menu softkey,
then enter 3 (Office), 3 (Organizer), 2
(Appointments) on your keypad.
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Making a Call
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Dialing
Accept call
To dial a phone number, the phone
must be on and in standby mode.
When the screensaver is activated
(p. 74), press any key to return to
standby mode before dialing.
Enter the phone number
with prefix (for example,
1-858-555-1234).
F Select soft key to
clear the last digit. Select
and hold to clear the
entire number.
< Store number in the
address book (p. 24).
Press.The number on
the display is dialed.
For information on dialing
international calls, see page 23.
V
1234567890
J
,
End call
-
Press.
This key should be pressed even if the
person to whom you were speaking has
already hung up.
Accept
Reject
§Accept§ Select soft key.
,
or
Press.
Your phone can be set up answer incoming
calls using any key (p. 75).
Reject call
§Reject§ Select soft key.
-
or
Press.
If Call Forward is set, the
caller will be forwarded
to voicemail or another
number you have
entered (p. 52).
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Making a Call
Busy signal
Redial
If the number you call is busy or
cannot be reached, the following
options are available (depending on
your service provider):
§Call back§ Select soft key. © Z
Your phone will ring
when the busy number
becomes available.
Press , to dial number.
To redial the last number dialed:
Press twice.
To redial other previously dialed
numbers:
Press once for a list of
your 10 most recent
numbers dialed.
Scroll to the desired
phone number.
Press to dial number.
§Options§ Open menu.
Call back
Prompt
Auto dial
See above.
Reminder
A beep reminds you to redial
the displayed phone number
after 15 minutes.
Auto redial previous
number
The number is automatically
dialed for up to 15 minutes at
increasing intervals. During
this period, no other number
can be dialed.
To end, press End key or
select §Off§.
An incoming call will end the function.
,
,
…
,
19
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Making a Call
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During a call
Call waiting
End current call
~
You may need to register for this service
with your service provider and set your
phone accordingly (p. 80).
If an incoming call arrives while you
are on another call, a special beep
alerts you to the new incoming call.
Your phone will also display the
following options:
Swap
§Swap§ Select the soft key to
place the current call on
hold and accept the
waiting call. (You may
also press ,.)
-
End the current call.
§Accept§ Accept the new call.
Set volume
During a call, you can adjust the
earpiece volume by pressing the
buttons on the left-hand side of
the phone.
If a car kit is used, its volume setting
does not affect the existing setting
on your phone.
Voice Memo
To record a call, press and hold the
voice memo key (p. 54).
To switch back and forth
between the two calls,
select §Swap§ each time.
The use of this feature may be subject to
restrictions under criminal law or other legal
provisions. Please inform the other party in
advance if you intend to record the call. You
may only use this feature if the other party
consents to being recorded.
§Reject§ Reject the incoming call.
The caller will hear the
busy tone.
To play back a recording (the person
on the other end of the line also
hears it), press the voice memo key
on the right-hand side of the phone.
Reject
or
Call Fwd If this is set, the caller
will be forwarded to
voicemail or another
number you have
entered (p. 52).
Phone number memo
You can enter a number with the
keypad during a call. (The person on
the other end of the line will hear the
key beeps as you enter the number.)
The number can be saved or dialed
after the current call has ended.
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Making a Call
Swap/Conference
Z
Some functions may not be supported by
your service provider.
It is possible to place another
outgoing call during a call. You may
then switch back and forth between
each call or link all calls together in a
conference call.
During a call, inform the other party
of your intention, then:
M
_
Hold
Œ
21
©
Conference
; menu§ Select to open call
menu, then select
Conference.
A held call is added to the other
party or parties. A conference call
may include as many as four other
callers.
To end a conference call:
Press. All calls are ended
simultaneously.
-
œ
t
Swap/3-way Call
_
In TDMA mode, a call may have up
to three subscribers.
During a call, press once
to display Calls dialed list.
ED Select number you wish
to add to call.
Press to call second
subscriber. Once the call
is connected, press
again to begin 3-way call.
To end:
Press. All calls are ended
simultaneously.
y menu
§Hold§ Select soft key to place
the current call on hold.
With the first call on hold, you can
now dial a new number. When the
connection is established, the
following options will appear:
©
Swap
§Swap§ Select to switch back
and forth between the
two calls.
to end current call.
- Press
The following is displayed:
“Return to held call?”
§Yes§ Select to return to the held call.
or
§No§ Select to end the held call.
,
,
-
Call transfer
©Z
; menu§ Select to open call menu,
then select
Call transfer.
The original call is joined to the
second one. For you, both calls are
now ended.
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Making a Call
Call menu
Send DTMF tones
The following functions are available
only during a call:
You can enter digits during a call to
operate an answering machine or
respond to any other system that
requires a touch tone response.
These digits or codes are
transmitted directly as DTMF (Dual
Tone Multiple Frequencies) signals.
DTMF signals are the key beeps you
hear when entering a number on a
touch tone phone.
To send DTMF tones during a call:
; menu§ Select to open call menu,
then select
Send DTMF.
Enter the digits or
control code.
OK§ Select to send tones.
Control codes (DTMF tones) stored
in the address book (p. 27) or in the
SIM phone book (p. 30) can also be
used.
; menu§ Select to open menu.
Microphone Turn the microphone on or
on
off. When off, the person on
the other end of the line
cannot hear you. DTMF
signals (key beeps) can
still be heard if you use the
keypad.
(You can also press and hold
* to turn the microphone
on and off. You and the other
caller will hear a key tone.)
Volume
Adjust earpiece volume.
©
Conference See page 21.
Time/cost
While the connection
continues, the call duration
and (if set, page 51) the call
cost are displayed.
Send DTMF See page 22.
©
Call transfer See page 21.
Main menu Access the main menu.
Call status List all held and active calls
(for example, participants in a
conference call).
©
J
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International Calling
Babysitter
Your phone has been designed to
simplify making calls between
countries and to be used when
travelling from country to country.
With Babysitter activated, calls may
be made to only one, user-defined
phone number, which is dialed
by pressing and holding the right
soft key.
International Dialing Codes
Many international dialing codes
(country codes) are stored in your
phone. To locate these codes:
0 Press and hold until a “+”
symbol appears.
(In GSM mode, the “+”
replaces the prefix for
international access.)
+List Select soft key.
Select the desired country. Press the
key corresponding to the first letter of
the desired country, then scroll to
select the appropriate country code.
The international dialing code is
displayed.
Placing International Calls
To place an international call in ©
mode, simply follow the steps above,
then enter the phone number and
press ,. For example, to dial
Germany from the US, press and
hold 0, then select +List . Press
4 to find the country code for
Germany (the +49 is displayed at the
top), select Select and enter
the number.
To place an international call in œ
mode, you may still access the
international dialing codes through
+List , but you will be prompted to
enter the international access prefix.
Activate Babysitter
Setup
Security
Babysitter
§Menu§
§Select§ Select soft key to select
Babysitter.
J
Enter phone code (see
instructions below).
§OK§ Confirm code.
§Change§ Select soft key.
+/J Select a phone number
from the address book or
enter a new one (with
name). The babysitter is
now active.
Turn Babysitter off
#
J
Press and hold.
Enter phone code.
§Change§ Select soft key.
§OK§ Confirm code.
Phone code
When first prompted, you define and enter
the phone code (4 - 8 digits).
Please do not forget this code!
It applies to other functions as well, but it
may be changed at any time (p. 76).
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Address Book
24
The entries in your phone’s address
book are managed separately
from those in the SIM phone book.
Data may be exchanged between
the address book and the SIM
phone book.
For details see Copy to SIM in the
address book menu (p. 26) or
Copy into 9 in the SIM phone book
menu (p. 28).
Up to 400 entries may be stored in
your phone’s address book,
depending on memory usage.
Press to open address
book (in standby mode).
9 Address book
Q
------------------<New entry>
<Business card>
„
E
D
Select
Select <New entry>.
§Select§ Select soft key.
‘Abc
New entry
Last name:
|
First name:
E
Last name:
First name:
Company:
E-mail:
Phone:
Tel./office:
Tel./mobile:
Enter entry’s name and
phone number (p. 25).
Scroll through fields to
enter additional
information.
Fax:
Street:
Postal/ZIP code:
City, State:
Country:
URL:/SMS:
Group:
Save Select soft key to store
and save entry.
New entry
+
J
„
D
Save
URL:/SMS:
In TDMA mode, you may use this field to
store the SMS address of someone using a
different service provider.
Group
Important entries may be assigned to a
special group (VIPs).
VIP entries are displayed at the top of the
address book (p. 26).
You can set your phone’s ringer so that it
only sounds for incoming calls from VIP
numbers (p. 73).
Calls from VIPs may be announced by a
special melody (p. 71).
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Address Book
Phone number
Enter the complete phone number including
the prefix, area code, and long distance
or international dialing code if necessary
(p. 23). This will simplify using the address
book to place calls when outside of the
area code.
Text entry (see also page 37)
Press digit key until the required letter is
displayed. The cursor advances to the next
space after brief delay.
2 Press once for a, twice for b,
etc. The first letter in each
name is automatically written
in UPPERCASE.
View and edit entries
All entries may be accessed through
the address list.
to open address
+ Press
book (in standby mode).
(Press + again to switch
to SIM phone book.)
… Scroll to highlight the
desired entry.
§Options§ Select soft key to open
options menu.
View Select to display the entry.
9 Address book
Last name:
Einstein
First name:
Albert
1 -9 Numbers are displayed after
the relevant letter.
F
Select to delete the letter
to the left of the cursor, or
select and hold to erase the
entire entry.
… Left soft key can be used to
*
#
move cursor up and down
or left and right, depending
on feature.
Press to toggle between
UPPERCASE, lowercase
and digits entry.
Press to activate or deactivate
T9 text input.
0 Press to enter: . , ? ! 0 + - :
1 Press to end a word and add
a space.
Special characters
&, @,... Additional symbols (p. 37).
25
E
D
Edit
§Edit§ Select soft key to open
record for changes.
J
Make the required
changes.
§Save§ Select to save and store
the entry.
Voice dial
From the address book, you can set
up voice dialing for an entry by
selecting Voice dialing from the
options menu (p.28).
See also “Voice control” on page 31
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26
Call an entry
+
J/…
Address book entry
Press to open address
book (in standby mode).
Select a name by
entering the first few
letters or scrolling to the
desired entry.
9 Address book
<New entry>
Carol
Daniel
E
D
Q
Options
,
Press to dial the number
for the highlighted name.
(If an entry contains more than
one number, they will all be
displayed. Scroll to select the
number you wish to call and press
, to dial the number.)
Search for an entry
Searching through large address
books can be simplified by entering
the first letter of the entry for which
you are searching. For example, to
find “Fred Johnson,” simply press
the 5 key to jump to the letter “J”
in the address book.
The first entry that begins with this
letter is displayed.
The search letters are displayed in
the upper right-hand corner of the
screen next to the magnifying
glass icon (Q).
The following functions are available
in the menu for address book entry.
(Availability of options varies
according to the current task.)
OK Select soft key to open
address book menu.
Save
View
Group
sorting
Store entry in address book.
See page 25.
Show the address book as
an alphabetical list or with
the entries of the VIP group
(p. 24) at the top.
Edit
Display the entry for changes.
New entry
See page 24.
Delete
Delete entry.
Delete all
Delete all address book
entries (after confirmation).
Copy to SIM Highlighted entries are
copied (one name and one
phone number each) to the
SIM card phone book.
Phone book Switch to the SIM phone
book (p. 28).
Send/print
Use IrDA or SMS to send or
print data. See page 87.
Import
Import IrDA data.
(See page 82 for
connectivity information.)
Voice dialing Set up voice dialing for
an entry.
Capacity
Display the capacity used
and available.
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Address Book
Store control code
Phone numbers and control codes
(DTMF tones) may be stored
together in the address book as
standard entries. Control codes may
be used to access answering
machines or voicemail or to respond
to any other system that requires a
touch tone response.
To store a phone number with
pauses for control codes
(DTMF tones):
J
0
Enter phone number.
Press until a plus (“+”)
symbol appears on the
screen to insert a threesecond pause.
J Enter DTMF signals
(digits).
0 If necessary, insert
additional three-second
pauses.
< Select soft key to copy
the entry to the address
book. If required, assign
a name to the entry.
§Save§ Select soft key.
DTMF signals (digits) may also be
stored in separate address book
entries and sent during a call (p. 22).
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Extending numbers
Using an external PC program such as
Microsoft Outlook®, parts of a phone
number can be replaced by a question mark
(“?“) and then transferred to your phone’s
address book. This functionality can be
useful in navigating automated office
switchboards such as PABXs (Private
Automatic Branch Exchanges).
To call:
+
,
J
,
Press to open the address book, then
select the partial phone number.
Press.
Replace “?” with digits.
Dial phone number.
Synchronizing with Outlook®
With the Siemens Quick Sync software
(p. 84), you can synchronize the address
book with your Outlook® database.
Siemens Quick Sync software is available
for download at the Siemens web site
www.icm.siemens.com.
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SIM Phone Book
28
The entries in the SIM phone book
(SIM card only) are managed
separately from those in the address
book. However, data can be
exchanged between the SIM phone
book and the address book.
Office
Save
Phone book
9
Q
Phone book
<Own numbers>
<Service numb.>
<New entry>
E
D
Select
<New entry> Select soft key.
„
J
Select input fields.
Make the following
entries:
Number (with prefix)
Name
Group
Location (p. 29)
Record no. (p. 29)
§OK§ Open menu.
Save Store entry.
,
-
The following functions are available
in the SIM phone book menu.
(Availability of options varies
according to the current task.)
§Options§ Select soft key to open
phone book menu.
New entry
§Menu§
SIM phone book menu
Press to dial number.
or
Store entry in the SIM phone
book.
View
Display the selected entry.
Edit entry
Display the entry for
changes.
New entry
See heading at left.
Delete
Delete entry.
Delete all
Delete all SIM phone book
entries (after confirmation)
Voice dialing Set up voice dialing for an
entry (p. 31).
Copy into 9 Copy selected entry to the
phone address book.
Copy all
Copy all SIM phone book
to9
entries to the address book.
Address
Switch to the address book
book
(p. 24).
Send/print Use IrDA or SMS to send or
print data. See page 87.
Import
Import IrDA data.
(See page 82 for connectivity
information.)
Capacity
Display phone book capacity
used and space available.
Press to return to
standby mode.
If entries are copied from the SIM phone
book to the address book, other data may
be added later (p. 25).
Shortcut to SIM phone book:
Press 1 #, then press and hold #.
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Location
Record Number
To move an entry from the SIM
phone book to another storage
location (SIM phone book must
be open):
A reference number is automatically
assigned to each new entry. This
number can also be used to dial.
…
Select an entry.
§Options§ Select soft key to open
options menu, then
select Edit entry.
„
Select Location.
Change Select soft key to change
location setting.
SIM ‹
Numbers stored in the phone book
on the SIM card may also be used on
another GSM phone.
Protected SIM ‚
Z
With a special SIM card, phone
numbers can be stored in protected
locations. PIN 2 is required to edit
protected entries (p. 76).
Mobile (phone memory) P
SIM phone book entries are stored
here, if
• voice recognition is assigned, or
• the SIM card memory is full.
To dial an entry using the
record number
J
#
,
Enter the record number.
Press to display the
name or phone number.
Press to dial number.
Edit record number
When the SIM phone book is open:
…
Select an entry.
§Options§ Select soft key to open
options menu, then
select Edit entry.
„
Highlight Record No.
§Change§ Select soft key
repeatedly to scroll
through available
record numbers.
Save Select soft key to save
new record number.
Own numbers. To keep track of your
mobile phone number as well as various
other numbers you may use, the SIM
phone book has an area set aside:
<Own numbers>. You may enter up to five
numbers for easy reference.
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Store control code
Phone numbers and control codes
(DTMF tones) may be stored
together in the SIM phone book as
standard entries. Control codes may
be used to access answering
machines or voicemail or to respond
to any other system that requires a
touch tone response.
To store a phone number with
pauses for control codes (DTMF
tones):
J
0
Enter phone number.
Press until a plus (“+”) or
“P” symbol appears on
the screen to insert a
three-second pause.
J Enter DTMF signals
(digits).
0 If necessary, insert
additional three-second
pauses.
# If necessary, insert a
wait, which is similar to a
pause except that the
digits to the right of the w
are not sent until you
press send.
< Select soft key to copy
the entry to the address
book. If required, assign
a name to the entry.
§OK§ Select soft key.
DTMF signals (digits) may also be
stored in separate phone book
entries and sent during a call (p. 22).
Service numbers
Certain phone numbers may have been
pre-programmed by your service provider in
the SIM phone book’s service numbers
folder. These numbers typically provide
access to information services from your
service provider.
Protected phone numbers
Please note that the use of your SIM phone
book may be restricted (usual for some
business applications). For example,
incomplete phone numbers may be
indicated by a “?”. These can be completed
before dialing.
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Voice Control
Up to 20 phone numbers or
functions may be activated through
the phone’s voice control feature.
Record voice controls
Voice dialing phone numbers
Office
Voice control
Voice dialing
§Menu§
A list of voice dial entries is displayed
(if any have been recorded).
…
Select New record.
§Select§ Select soft key to start a
new voice dial entry.
J
Enter name and phone
number.
or
+ Press to retrieve listing
from address book.
Save Select soft key to
confirm entry.
Start Begin recording.
After the first beep sounds, say the
name or word you want recorded.
Repeat the same name or word after
the second beep sounds. A final
beep confirms the recording.
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Voice command for functions
Tasks and features such as
appointments, calculator and
Internet may be activated using
voice commands.
§Menu§
Office
Voice control
Voice command
A list of available functions
is displayed.
…
Select a function.
§Record§ Select soft key to record.
§Yes§ Confirm your selection.
§Start§ Start the recording.
After the first beep sounds, say the
name or word you want recorded.
Repeat the same name or word after
the second beep sounds. A final
beep confirms the recording.
Apply voice controls
Press the lower
button on the left
side of your phone to
activate voice control
(in standby mode).
Now, say the voice
dial name or voice
command function
name. The number
is dialed or the
function carried out.
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Voice control menu
§Menu§
…
Office
Voice control
Voice dialing
(or Voice command)
Highlight an entry.
§Options§ Select soft key to open
options menu.
View
Display name and
phone number.
New record Start a new recording.
New sample Re-record the entry.
Delete
Delete entry.
Edit
Edit name and phone
number. Then, re-record
if necessary.
Delete all
Delete all voice dialing or
voice command entries
(after confirmation).
Play
Play back the recording.
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Text Messaging
You may send and receive SMS
(Short Message Service) messages
of up to 160 characters in length
with your new phone.
Depending on the service provider,
e-mails and faxes may also be
transmitted via SMS (see “Setup”
on page 39). E-mails can also be
received as SMS messages.
Read Messages
[
Envelope icon indicates a
new message.
M
t
(service provider)
03/12/02
12:34p
Menu
[
Select the soft key underneath the
envelope icon to read the message.
Date/Time
Sender
Message
03/12/2002
05:36p
18585551234
Do we meet at 8:00a in the
hotel tomorrow?
E
D
Options
Scroll to read the entire message:
Line by line using the left
soft key.
or
Page by page using the
left side buttons.
…
DE
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Reply menu
§Options§ Select soft key.
Reply Select to open the
reply menu.
Write
message
Edit
Compose a new reply text
(p. 35).
Edit message received or
assign a new text to it.
Answer is YES Add YES to the message.
Answer is NO Add NO to the message.
Please call
Add standard text to the
back
message:
“Please call back.”
Delay
“I’ll be late.”
Thank you
“Thank you.”
When the message has been
edited, it can be stored or sent from
the Options menu by selecting the
§OK§ soft key.
Š
The memory is full when the message
symbol flashes. No more SMS messages
can be received. To free up memory space,
delete or save messages (p. 34).
Highlighted § numbers in a message may
be dialed (press ,), stored in the address
book (p. 24) or used as a reply address.
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Text Messaging
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Inbox/Outbox
§Menu§
Inbox/Outbox/Archive Menus
Messages
Inbox (or Outbox)
SMS
The list of saved messages is
displayed.
[ Carol
E
D
Options
§Options§ Select soft key.
Icon
\
[
Inbox
Read
Unread
Outbox
Not sent
Sent
Archive
§Menu§
§Options§ Select soft key to open
Options menu.
View
Reply
] Inbox
\ Barbara
\ Ted
(Availability of options varies
according to the current task.)
Messages
Inbox (or Outbox)
Archive
The list of the archived messages
is displayed.
Display entry.
Open reply menu.
(Inbox only)
Forward
Forward message to another
user. (Inbox only)
Send
Enter number or select from
address book, then send.
Edit
Open editor for changes.
Delete
Delete selected message.
Delete all
Delete all messages in folder
(after confirmation).
Capacity
Display maximum number of
saved messages and the
capacity remaining.
Mark as
Mark the message
unread
as unread.
Status report Request delivery
Z
confirmation for
sent messages.
©
(Outbox only)
Save no. to Copy the selected phone
9
number to the address book.
Move to
Move the message to
archive
the archive.
Print via
See page 87.
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Text Messaging
Use SMS sample
Compose SMS
Several standard messages are
stored in the phone. You only need
to fill in the incomplete information
such as time and date.
§Menu§
Messages
Use SMS sample
Delay, Appointment or
Thanks
§Menu§
The cursor appears at the first
input point (for example, before
“minutes”):
T9 123 SMS
Sorry, I’ll be
| minutes
late on
B
J
„
CF
128
OK
Fill in the information.
Scroll to the next
input point.
§OK§ Select soft key to open
text menu.
Send Select.
Enter number or select from the
address book and select Send .
Messages
35
New SMS
J
Compose message by
using the keypad to enter
letters and numbers. You
may also use T9 Text Input
(p. 37), which allows you
to compose long SMS
messages using just one
key press per character.
F Select soft key to
delete character to the
left of cursor. Select
and hold to delete the
entire entry.
After the message has been
composed, either:
,
+/J
Press.
Enter recipient’s phone
number or select entry
from the address book.
§OK§ Select soft key to confirm.
§Send§ Select. The message is
sent to the service
center for transmission.
§Save§ Select to save message.
or
§OK§ Select to open text
menu (p. 36).
When composing SMS messages
and e-mails, special characters and
punctuation entry may differ between
GSM and TDMA modes.
Send Select to send message
(p. 87).
Message type, Validity period or
Service center may be requested (p. 39).
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Text Messaging
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Create new e-mail
Text options menu
§OK§ Select to open
options menu.
Messages
Create new email
§Menu§
Send
E-mail Address
To:
From:
=
+/J
J
Clear
OK
Enter recipient’s e-mail
address or select entry
from the address book.
Compose message by
tapping the keypad to
enter letters and
numbers. You may also
use T9 Text Input (p. 37),
which allows you to
compose long e-mail
messages using just one
key press per character.
Clear Select soft key to
delete character to the
left of cursor. Select
and hold to delete the
entire entry.
§OK§ Select soft key twice to
confirm message and
enter options menu.
Select § Select Send.
§Send§ Select. The message is
sent to the service
center for transmission.
Enter the recipient’s number
or select from the address
book, then send.
Save
Save the composed
message in the outbox list.
Set urgency Choose priority level. œ
Callback number Set reply phone number. œ
Privacy level Set privacy level (0-3). œ
Acknowledge- Select requested
œ
ment
receipt action.
T9 input
T9 preferred
Activate or deactivate
(p. 37)
T9 text input.
T9 language
Select language in which the
message is to be composed.
œ
Insert new line Insert new line.
Line feed
Enter a line break.
Clear text
Delete all text from message.
Insert from... Insert text or number field
from an address book entry.
Print via IrDA See page 87.
Information on transmission confirmation
Transmission of an SMS or an e-mail is
confirmed with Message sent. This only
confirms that the message has been
transmitted. It does not guarantee that the
message has been received by its
addressee. A retry option is available if the
message cannot be sent. Contact your
service provider if the retry attempt also fails.
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Text Messaging
37
Text Entry Tips
T9® Text Input
When entering text for address book
listings, SIM phone book entries, emails, SMS messages
or for any other application,
please keep in mind the following
helpful hints:
T9 Text Input determines likely word
matches from individual key entries
by making comparisons with an
extensive dictionary.
Press * before entering text to toggle
between UPPERCASE and lowercase
letters. Press twice to toggle between
letters and digits.
Press 1 to end a word and add a
blank space.
Press 0 to end a word and add a period.
It also acts as a wildcard character for an
apostrophe or hyphen in a word. For
example, §Provider.s§ = Provider’s.
Press „ to move the cursor to the right.
Ends a word.
Press # to temporarily deactivate T9.
Press once again to reactivate T9.
Special characters
Press the key repeatedly until the letter is
displayed. To write special characters after
numbers (for example, 5£), press * first
to switch to letter mode.
1 Blank 1 € £ $ ¥ ¤
0 . , ? ! 0 + - : ¿
¡
“ ’ ; _
* * / ( ) < = > % ~
# # @\ & § Γ ∆ ΘΛ
Ξ
Π Σ Φ ΨΩ
Select T9 text input
To select T9 text input for message
composition:
§OK§ Select soft key to open
text options menu
while in message
composition screen.
… Scroll to select T9 input,
then select T9 preferred to
set T9 as default. (You
may also select the
language you wish to
use for composition by
selecting T9 language and
scrolling to the language.)
- Press to return to
message composition.
Enter text using T9
Press the keys once where the
relevant letters are located. For
example, to enter the word “hotel”:
:
hotel
T9 even converts language-specific
special characters (such as ä, à).
Simply compose the message using
the respective standard character,
for example, A instead of Ä.
If the word that T9 suggest is not
what you intended, see “T9 word
suggestions,” page 38.
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T9 word suggestions
Word correction
Several word options exist in the T9
dictionary for various key press
combinations. The most commonly
used word is displayed first. If this is
not the intended word, scroll
through additional T9 options.
The word must be §highlighted§.
Select the soft key.
The displayed word is
replaced with a different
word. If this word is also
incorrect...
Select again. Repeat
until the correct word
is displayed.
If the word you want does not
display, it may be entered without
T9 or added to the T9 dictionary. If
no word displays, T9 prompts you to
add the word to its dictionary.
For entries that have been created
using T9:
… Move word by word to
the left or right until the
desired word is
highlighted.
Scroll through the T9
word suggestions again.
F Delete the letter to the
left of the cursor and
display a new possible
word.
For entries that have not been
created using T9:
Move character by
character to the left
or right.
F Delete the letter to the
left of the cursor.
Insert letters, symbols
and digits at the cursor
position.
@
@
T9 abc SMS
140
At 08a we are eating ___
B
CF
Spell
§Spell§ Appears in the lower
right corner. Select
soft key.
J Enter word using multikey entry (without T9).
Save Select soft key. The word
is added to the
T9 dictionary.
@
…
J
T9® Text Input is licensed under one or more
of the following: U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437,
5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928, and
6,011,554; Canadian Pat. No. 1,331,057;
United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong
Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329;
Republic of Singapore Pat. No. 51383;
Euro.Pat. No. 0 842 463 (96927260.8) DE/
DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT,ES, SE, GB; and
additional patents are pending worldwide.
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Text Messaging
Message setup
Message type
SMS transmission characteristics
are defined within profiles (there
may be up to five separate profiles).
GSM and TDMA profiles are preset.
§Menu§
Messages
Message setup
SMS
A list of available profiles is
displayed. To activate a new profile,
select Options and Activate using
the soft key.
§Options§ Select to open menu.
Activate
Activate the selected profile.
Change
settings
Change profile settings such
as Service center, Recipient,
Status report, etc.
Rename
Rename the selected profile
(if applicable).
Set urgency Set default message
urgency level.
Callback
number
œ
Set reply phone number œ
for outgoing messages.
Privacy level Set default privacy
level (0-3).
œ
Ack
œ
Set default receipt
action.
Service center
©Z
Enter or modify service
center phone numbers as supplied
by service provider.
Recipient
©Z
Enter the recipient for this
transmission profile.
Manual
selection
Standard
text
E-mail
Fax
New
39
Z
The message type is requested
for each message.
Normal SMS message.
Transmission via SMS.
Transmission via SMS. ©
You may need to obtain the
required code number from
your service provider. ©
Validity period
©Z
Select the period in which
the service center tries to deliver
your messages:
Manual selection, 1 day, 1 hour, 12 hours,
1 week, Maximum*, New
*Maximum period that the service provider
permits.
Status report
©Z
If selected, confirmation of delivery
status is sent. There may be a
charge for this service.
Direct accept
©Z
When this function is activated, the
reply to your message is handled via
your service center. (For information
please contact your service provider.)
SMS via GPRS
©Z
When this function is activated,
SMS messages are automatically
sent via GPRS.
GPRS must be activated for this
function to become available (p. 81).
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Voice Mailbox
40
Most service providers offer voice
mail service. A voice message may
be left when:
• the phone is off or not currently
in service,
• a call is being made on the phone,
• you reject an incoming call and
Call forward is activated for the
incoming call type (p. 52) or
• you are on a call and Call waiting is
not activated (p. 20).
If voice mail is not part of your
service provider's user package, the
settings will have to be entered
manually. The procedures described
below may vary according to the
service provider.
Setup
Your service provider will supply you
with two phone numbers, your
wireless phone number, and a
mailbox number which you call to
retrieve your voice messages.
Voice mailbox number
To access your voice mail:
Menu
Messages
Voice mailbox
Use the left soft key to select the
mailbox number from the address
book, or enter the number and
confirm with Save . If your voice
message system is already set up,
select the Listen soft key to dial your
voice mailbox.
Forwarding number
©
To forward unanswered incoming
calls to your voice mailbox:
§Menu§
Call Forward
(call type)
Set
Enter the voice mailbox number. (If
the system is already set up, select
the Mailbox soft key to enter the
mailbox number.)
§OK§ The change is registered.
Further information on call forward
may be found on page 52.
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Voice Mailbox
Voice mail notification
A new voice mail may be signaled
as follows:
” Icon and beep.
or
[ The text message icon.
or
You receive an automatic
announcement call.
To retrieve your voice messages:
Press and hold.
1
(You may also dial the
number from the voice
message folder or use
the keypad to dial.)
Depending on your service provider,
you may also access new messages
by selecting the ” or [ soft key
and then selecting the Listen soft
key (p. 68).
Outside your home network, you
may need to dial a different mailbox
number and enter a password to
access your mailbox.
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Cell Broadcast
42
Cell broadcast messages
Some service providers offer
information services or channels
that provide information such as
news, stock quotes, sports scores
and more. This information is sent
via a broadcast message which can
appear on your phone’s display.
Availability of services varies
among providers.
§Menu§
Messages
Cell broadcast
Broadcast
Cell Broadcast (CB) may be
activated or deactivated. If CB
service is activated, the operating
time of the phone will be reduced.
Read new CB
All unread CB messages
are displayed.
Use the left side buttons
to scroll. The message
covers the entire display.
%
&
Topic list
The service provider offers CBs on a
variety of topics. A variety of topics
may be chosen from the “Topic
index” list (p. 43). You may preset up
to ten CB topics with channel
number ID and name, with as many
as five active at any one time.
©Z
New topic
If no topic index is available (see
“Topic retrieval,” page 43), a topic
may be entered with its channel
number. Confirm entry with §OK§.
If the topic index has already been
transmitted, select a topic and
confirm with §OK§.
Selecting from a list
Open list menu.
§Options§
If a topic is selected from the list, it
may be viewed, activated,
deactivated, edited or deleted.
Auto display
With auto display activated,
CB messages will automatically
scroll across the phone’s display
when received.
The automatic display can be set for
all messages, new messages, or be
deactivated entirely.
To switch to full page view when a
cell broadcast arrives:
#
Press and hold, then
select §View CB§.
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Cell Broadcast/SIM Services
©Z
43
Topic index
SIM services
A list of currently available topics
may be supplied by your service
provider.
If not, CB channel numbers may be
entered manually (see “Topic list”,
page 42). Consult your service
provider for details.
Your service provider may offer
special applications such as home
banking, stock quotes and more via
the SIM card.
If you are registered for one of these
services, the service name will
appear at the top of the main menu
or directly above the left soft key.
Icon of SIM
services (example).
If there is more than one application,
they will be displayed in the “SIM
services” menu.
SIM serv
§Menu§
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, contact your
service provider.
CB languages
The language(s) of incoming CBs
may be set according to preference.
Displays
[
\
New messages received on
the topic.
Messages on the topic have
already been read.
Highlighted phone numbers within cell
broadcasts can be:
, Dialed.
or
§Options§ Stored in the address book.
Additional beep, page 71.
“
©Z
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Bitmap Viewer
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Images may be transmitted to your
phone via infrared or downloaded via
WAP (©).
Receiving graphics
When a graphic is received, an icon
appears above the left soft key.
Selecting the soft key launches the
Bitmap viewer and displays the
graphic.
Storing graphics
Storing a graphic replaces the
original icon of the home network's
service provider.
Loading graphics
§Menu§
Surf & fun
Bitmap viewer
§Options§
§Load...§
Bitmap viewer
Select soft key
to open
Select to open
options menu.
Select.
Bitmap viewer menu
§Options§ Select to open menu.
Save as... Store current graphic in one of
the storage locations or in the
Flex. memory.
Send via ... See page 87.
Load
Load graphic from storage
location or Flex. Memory.
Discard
Discard the current graphic.
You may find custom ring tones, operator
bitmaps, screensavers, logos and other
options for your Siemens Mobile Phone at:
http://www.icm.siemens.com
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WAP
Use your phone’s WAP
(Wireless Application Protocol)
capability to access the wireless
Internet. Internet access may
require registration with your service
provider.
©
45
Start menu (Example: Home)
…
The connection to the
Internet provider's portal is
established (may be set/
preset by the service
provider).
Bookmarks List of up to 10 URLs for fast
Z access stored in the phone
(not supported by all service
providers).
Select New entry to enter a
new URL.
Use §OK§ to complete, edit
and delete entries.
Resume
Call up the visited pages that
are still in the memory.
Profiles
Set up to five access
profiles (p. 47).
Select New entry to enter a
new profile.
Exit browser End browser and
connection.
-
The soft keys may be assigned
different meanings that are set from
your service provider such as “links”
or “menus”.
Internet access
§Menu§
Surf & fun
Internet
You can select the Internet access
profile (see Start with... page 46).
The start menu appears, e.g.:
–
Start menu
1 Homepage
2 Bookmarks
3 Resume
ED
˜
Select
Select the required
function
§OK§ Confirm.
You can now surf the Internet...
Press and hold to end
the connection.
˜ Offline ™
š No network
Online
The current display is in the upper
right corner.
Scroll page by page using the side keys.
Homepage
News
Sports
Weather
Back
ED
The contents of the option menus
are also variable.
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WAP
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Browser menu
Menu access is only made when a
WAP page is displayed (online or
offline):
,
Homepage
Press to start the
browser menu. (You may
also scroll up to the Openwave
icon and select to launch the
browser menu.)
The first WAP Internet page
that is displayed after
connection is established
(may have been set/preset
by the service provider).
Bookmarks Display up to 10 URLs for
Z fast access stored in your
phone (not supported by all
service providers).
Select New entry to enter a
new URL.
Use §Select§ to complete,
edit and delete entries.
Resume
Call up the visited pages that
are still in the memory.
Go to URL Enter an URL for directly
accessing an Internet
address (URL = Uniform
Resource Locator).
Show URL Show the URL of the current
page.
Reload
The current page is
restarted.
Disconnect End connection.
More ...
See below.
Exit browser End browser and
connection.
©
More ...
Profiles
Set up to 5 access
profiles (p. 47).
Reset
Delete the pages last visited
(cache).
Channels
Access to services offered
by your service provider.
Inbox
Incoming messages, for
example, are stored here
(depending on provider).
Outbox
For example, e-mails are
stored here to be sent later
(depends on the service
provider).
Charge info Display call duration and
transmission speed.
Security
For secure data
transmission some
information is encrypted. All
browser data relevant for
security can be selected in
this menu.
Further information on
security is found at:
www.icm.siemens.com
Font size
Switch between small and
standard font size.
Start with... Select the display for
Internet access:
Start menu
Browser menu
Homepage
Resume
Bookmarks
About
Display the browser version.
Openwave
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WAP
©
47
Setup
on the entries from your service
provider.
Preparation of the phone for Internet
access depends on the service
provider currently used:
• If the settings have already been
made by your service provider you
may begin immediately.
• If access profiles have been
assigned by your service provider
select a profile and activate it
(p. 47).
• The access profile must be set
and activated manually (p. 47).
If necessary, check with your service
provider for details.
Profile
name:
Profiles
You can set and change up to five
access profiles (some of these may
be disabled by the service provider).
The entries and functions may vary
depending on your service provider.
You can change a profile each time
before you access the Internet
(p. 48).
Profile settings
Surf & fun
Internet
§Menu§
„
Profiles
Select the profile set.
Edit The setup menu is
displayed.
the menu items
„ Select
one by one and make
your entries.
You may get further information
Name the profile or rename a
default name.
WAP
IP address:
parameters Enter the IP address.
Port:
Enter port number.
Homepage:
Enter humped (p. 47), if not
set by the service provider.
Linger time:
Enter time in seconds when
a connection should be
terminated if no input or no
data transfer takes place.
CSD / GPRS See page 81.
settings
These are two methods the
phone uses to send/receive
information.
§Edit§ Open menu.
Save The settings are stored
and the profile list is
displayed.
Special characters (as in the SMS
text editor, p. 37)
Press * three times for /
Press # three times for @
Press 0 for . (period)
Press 0 repeatedly for :
Press * repeatedly for ~
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Activate profile
©
Your Internet browser is licensed by:
–
Profiles
1 Standard
2 * e-Commerce
3 Profile 3
Edit
ED
Select
Activate
Activate a profile to establish the
Internet connection.
§Menu§
…
Surf & fun
Internet
Profile
Select the desired
profile.
Select Select to activate.
The connection is
established.
or
Edit Edit the selected profile.
When the function has been
completed, Homepage, Bookmarks or
Resume are available to establish
your connection.
Surf also with GPRS (p. 81).
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WAP
©
49
Z
Operating instructions
Bookmarks
Changing the home page
Depending on the service provider,
you can store a list of your favorites
with their Internet addresses (URL)
in the phone (offline and online):
The address of the home page is set
in the (access) profile. You can
change it in standby mode (if
permitted by the service provider!):
Surf & fun
Internet
§Menu§
Profiles
Select the profile:
e-Commerce Select.
Edit Select.
WAP parameters Select.
§Edit§ Select soft key.
Homepage Select.
Enter new address.
Save Select.
J
To store a bookmark
,
Bookmarks
Add
bookmark
(Empty)
Edit
J
J
Enter an Internet address (URL)
Menu access is made as soon as
WAP pages are displayed (online or
offline).
, Open the browser
menu.
Go to URL Select and confirm.
J Enter URL and confirm.
The connection is
established.
§Done§
Save
Open the browser
menu.
Select.
Select to bookmark
current page.
or
Scroll to empty slot.
Select soft key.
Enter the bookmark
name with the keypad.
Use the lower button
on the left side of the
phone to scroll to the
next field and enter the
bookmark’s URL with
the keypad.
Select soft key.
Store bookmark.
To use a bookmark
Proceed as with “To store a
bookmark” above.
In the list, highlight the stored
bookmark and select Go . The
connection is established.
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Call Records
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The numbers of incoming calls,
outgoing calls and missed calls may
be stored for convenient redialing.
§Menu§
…
,
Records
Select desired call list
and select a number.
Press to dial number.
The following call lists are available:
Missed calls
Z
The phone numbers of missed calls
may be stored for call-back
purposes.
(Requirement: The networks
used must support the “Caller ID”
feature.)
Calls received
Z
All accepted calls are listed.
(Requirement: The networks
used must support the “Caller ID”
feature.)
Calls dialed
Access the last phone numbers
you dialed.
, Press for fast access in
standby mode.
Erase records
The contents of all call lists will be
deleted (following confirmation).
Records menu
§Options§ Open list menu.
View
Display entry with call time
and date.
Correct no. Change phone number.
Copy into
Copy selected entry to the
9
address book.
Delete
Delete current call record.
Delete all
Delete all entries in the
current call list (following
confirmation).
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Call Records
Your phone keeps a record of call
duration and phone charge details,
which you may access through the
Records menu.
Duration
§Menu§
Records
Duration/charges
Call duration details for the following
types of calls may be displayed:
Last call
All calls
Or when total amount is deactivated:
Last call
All outgoing
Remain. units ©
Select a call type for duration
information.
§Select§ Display the data.
When displayed, you may do
the following:
§Reset § Clear display.
§OK§ End display.
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Call Forward
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You can set the conditions for which
calls are forwarded to your mailbox
or other numbers.
Call Forward
§Menu§
Set call forwarding as follows:
In GSM mode, there are several
settings for call forwarding.
Call Forward
§Menu§
…
Unanswered
Select.
§Select§ Select soft key.
Set Select.
J
T
Enter the phone number
to which the call will be
forwarded.
or
Select a number from
the address book or
select §Mailbox§.
§OK§ Confirmation. After a
short pause, the setting
is confirmed by the
network.
Unanswered
This setting covers the most common
conditions. Others include:
Not reachable, No accept, Busy
All calls
Forwards all calls to selected number.
p Icon appears in the top
line of the display in
standby mode.
©Z
Specific Call Forward
Not reachable
Forward if the phone is switched off
or out of range.
No accept
A call is only forwarded after a delay
(depends on the network). The
period may be set by the user to a
maximum of 30 seconds in intervals
of 5 seconds.
Busy
Forward an incoming call.
Exception: If Call waiting is activated
(p. 80), you will hear the call waiting tone
during a call (p. 20).
Receiving fax
Fax calls are forwarded to a number
with a fax connection.
Receiving data
Data calls are forwarded to a phone
number with a PC connection.
To use call forwarding in œ mode:
Press * 7 1, then 1 + area code +
phone number to which you want incoming
calls forwarded.
Press , to activate. You will hear
confirmation tones. Press -.
To deactivate:
Press * 7 1 0.
Press ,. You will hear confirmation
tones. Press -.
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Call Forward
Status check
You can check your phone’s current
call forward status.
After a short pause, the current
situation is transmitted by the
network and displayed.
Option set.
Option not set.
Status unknown (for
example, on a new
SIM card).
«
¬
?
Clear all
All call forward settings are cleared.
To check or delete a specific call
forwarding option:
First, select the option.
§Select§
Select soft key.
Clear
Select soft key.
or
Check status Select soft key.
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Note that call forwarding settings are stored
in the network and not in the phone.
Reactivate call forward
Proceed as with Set Call Forward. The
stored phone number is displayed and
confirmed.
Change the phone number
Proceed as with Set Call Forward. When
the stored number is displayed:
F Select and hold to delete the
current forwarding number (or
select briefly to clear one digit
at a time).
Enter new number and confirm.
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Voice Memo
Voice recordings may be used to:
• Record voice memos (such as
reminders or ideas).
• Add a voice memo to an alarm in
the Calendar (p. 57).
• Record a call, which may be
useful for remembering numbers
or addresses.
The use of this feature may be subject to
restrictions under criminal law or other legal
provisions. Please inform the other party in
advance if you intend to record the call. You
may only use this feature if the other party
consents to being recorded.
Recording a memo
We recommend using the buttons on
the side of the phone to control the
voice functions (in standby mode).
Volume:
Voice memo
button:
Up %
Down &
Record (hold)
List of
Voice Memo
(press)
New record
Press and hold the voice memo
button for the duration of the
recording. After a short beep, the
recording starts.
To pause the recording, release the
voice memo button for up to 10
seconds. Press again to continue (or
the recording stops automatically).
Stop/Save
The recording is stored when you
stop pressing the voice memo key
for more than 10 seconds, or when
you select the Stop soft key. The
default title for the memo is the time
and date stamp. A different title may
be assigned afterwards.
Play
Press the voice memo key and
select from the menu (see p. 55).
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Voice memo
Using the soft keys
§Menu§
Office
Voice Memo
The list of recorded memos
is displayed.
§Options§ Open menu.
New record Select.
§Record§ Start recording
(§Pause§ Pause recording).
§Stop§ End recording.
§Save§ Store and assign a name.
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Voice memo menu
§Options§ Open menu.
Play
New record
Delete
Delete all
Rename
Play the recording.
Start a new recording.
Delete the selected memo.
Delete all voice memo entries
(following confirmation).
Replace the time stamp with
a new title.
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Organizer
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Calendar
Weekly view
Apr2002
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M T W T F S S
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Th
Office
Organizer
Calendar
§Menu§
The Calendar offers a
• Monthly view.
• Weekly view.
• Daily view.
You must set the correct time and
date for the Calendar to function
properly (p. 82).
Scroll between
weeks or months
depending on the
current view.
Back
Forward
Monthly view
Th
1
8
15
22
29
2
9
16
23
30
Apr2002
3 4 5
10 11 12
17 18 19
24 25 26
B C
W16
6 7
13 14
20 21
27 28
1-7
G
Scroll by the day.
1-7 Display the weekly view.
G
…
Display the daily view
(agenda).
B C
1-31
G
Scroll by the day.
1-31 Display monthly view.
G
Side buttons
…
8
12
16
Daily view (agenda).
Appointment. Time overlaps are
highlighted.
Each day is divided into six blocks of four
hours (morning + afternoon).
Agenda (Daily view)
G
Select soft key.
The agenda displays a single day’s
appointments in chronological order.
When an appointment with alarm is
reached, you will hear a beep.
Synchronizing with Outlook®
With the Siemens Quick Sync software, you
can synchronize your organizer with your
Outlook® Calendar (p. 85).
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Organizer
Appointments
Start date:/End date:
Start date; end date if necessary.
Office
Organizer
Appointments
§Menu§
Start time:/End time:
Start time; end time if necessary.
All schedule items are displayed in
chronological order.
® Appointments
<New entry>
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V 03:00 p Meeting k
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D
Options
New appointment
<New entry> Select option.
…
Fill in the entries field
by field:
Type:
‘
_
k
j
g
Memo. Add brief text.
Call. Enter phone
number.
§Save§ Store the appointment.
Appointments menu
§Options§ Open menu.
View
Activate/
Deactivate
Edit
New entry
Delete
Delete all
Send/print
Week beg
Sun (Mo)
Capacity
Meeting
Birthday
Speech memo
Description:
Enter a title for the appointment.
Reoccurrence:
Select the appointment’s
repeating status.
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Show appointment.
Activate or deactivate
selected appointment.
Open the entry for changes.
Add new schedule item.
Delete selected entry.
Delete all entries (following
confirmation).
Send SMS/print via IrDA
(see page 87).
Set week to start Monday
or Sunday.
Display capacity and
available space.
A total of 50 appointments may be entered.
An alarm sounds even when the phone is
off. Press any key to silence alarm.
Deactivate all alarms (p. 65). Ringer
setting (p. 71), Clock (p. 82).
Displays when alarm is active.
Delays the alarm by 5 minutes.
§Pause§
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Organizer
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Alarm clock
§Menu§
Office
Organizer
Alarm clock
Use this function to set a daily
repeating alarm. Alarms sound even
when the phone is switched off
(except when the phone is in
Airplane mode, p. 66).
§On/off§ Activate and deactivate
the alarm.
§Change§ Display the selection:
Time and days.
§Time§ Set the time for the
alarm call (hh:mm).
§Days§ Set the days for the
alarm call with §Change§.
Missed alarms
§Menu§
Office
Organizer
Missed alarms
A list of schedule items with
alarms that you have missed.
Missed appointment details can
be displayed.
Missed alarms menu
§Options§ Open menu.
Available options include View, Edit,
Delete, Delete all and Send/print.
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Business Card
You may create your own business
card and transmit it to another GSM
phone (with IrDA capability) or a
suitable PC/printer using infrared
technology.
§Menu§
Office
Business card
If a business card has not been
created, you are prompted for input.
… Scroll through fields and
enter your information.
+ The phone numbers
can also be copied from
the address book.
Last name:
Fax:
First name:
Street:
Company:
Postal/ZIP code:
E-mail:
City, State:
Phone:
Country:
Tel./office:
URL:
Tel./mobile:
§Save § Save entry.
The content of the business card
corresponds to international standards
(vCard).
When you are sending a business card as
an SMS, note that a maximum of 160
characters can be transmitted. If the card
contains more than 160 characters, only
the first 160 characters will be transmitted.
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Business card menu
§Options§ Open menu.
Edit
Add and/or edit business card
information fields.
Send/print
Send SMS/print via IrDA
(see page 87).
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Calculator
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§Menu§
J
Office
Calculator
Calculator functions
Enter number (up to
8 digits).
§. = + - * / § Select calculator
function (repeatedly
press the left soft key).
Repeat procedure with
additional numbers
(if necessary).
J
#
The result is displayed.
®
Calculator
§. = + - * / § Select soft key repeatedly for:
.
Decimal point
=
Result
+
Addition
-
Subtraction
*
Multiplication
/
Division
Special functions
+
§. = + - * / §
F
123
4567
=
Press * or # repeatedly to:
±
Toggle between "+" and "-".
%
Convert to percentage.
n
m
e
0
Save the number displayed.
Retrieve the number saved.
Assign exponent (max. two digits).
Add (press and hold).
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Currency Converter
Office
§Menu§
Currency conv.
You may store up to three different
currency conversion combinations.
Enter exchange rate
Enter at least two currencies to be
converted. If no currency has yet
been entered, the procedure begins
at this point.
§OK§ Select soft key.
Enter the abbreviations
for your own currency
and for the foreign
currency (for example,
USD for U.S. dollars and
EUR for Euro).
§OK§ Select soft key.
Then...
J
J
Any combination of calculations may
be made between the entered
currencies.
… Select a pair of
currencies.
§Options§ Open menu.
Start Confirm the two
currencies.
Enter amount
(up to 12 digits).
§§=§§ The result is displayed.
J
Currency converter menu
§OK§ Open menu.
Start
New entry
Change
¯ Currency conv.
USD
=
EUR
B
10000
F Options
Soft keys:
§§.§§ Set decimal point.
§MR§ Retrieve a number that
has been saved in the
calculator.
F
Convert
Enter exchange rate.
§OK§ Select soft key.
Deletes the symbol to
the left of the cursor.
§OK§ Save exchange rate.
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Delete
Start conversion.
Enter two new currencies
with conversion rates.
Begin input procedure with
the two currencies selected.
Delete the two currencies.
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Clock
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Office
§Menu§
Clock
Time zones
Set the time zone for your area.
Select the appropriate
time zone from the list.
§Options§ Open menu.
Set Set the time zone.
…
Time zone menu
§Options§ Open menu.
View
Set
Rename
Auto
timezone
Z
DST
Display the time zone
selected with name
and date.
Set the time zone.
Assign a new name to the
time zone.
The time zone is switched to
local time automatically by
the network.
Activate/deactivate daylight
savings time.
Time/Date
Setup
§Menu§
Set the time format to either
24-h Mode or 12-h Mode (for
example, 18:00 or 6:00 p.m.).
Format date
Set the date format to:
DD.MM.YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY
Auto display
The time display can be switched
on and off.
Auto off
The phone may be programmed to
turn off at a set time each day.
Activate:
§Time § Select soft key.
J
Enter time.
§OK§ Confirm.
Deactivate:
Time/Date
The clock must be set correctly once
at start-up.
§Change § Select soft key.
J
Format time
Enter date, then time.
§Manual§ Select soft key.
If the battery is removed for more than
30 seconds, the clock will be reset.
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Stopwatch/Countdown
Stopwatch
§Menu§
Stopwatch menu
Surf & fun
Stopwatch
Times can be measured to one
thousandth of a second.
e
Stopwatch
00:00:00.000
Start
Options
§Reset§ Resets the display to
zero (after completion of
a timing).
#
*
Intermediate
time
§Options§ Open menu.
Save
Rename
Delete
Stopwatch
list
Clear list
Record the time(s), including
intermediate times, and
assign a name.
Rename the entry selected.
Select the entry to
be deleted.
Display the saved entries.
View: Display the
saved times and
intermediate times.
Delete the Stopwatch list.
Countdown
Start/stop.
§Menu§
Intermediate time.
A timer counts down from a userspecified time. A beep sounds for
each of the last 3 seconds. At the
end, a special beep sounds.
§Edit§ / §Set§ Change countdown time
or enter a new one.
§Start§ Start counter.
§Stop§ Stop counter.
§Reset§ Reset counter to
start time.
Two intermediate times may be
marked and stored along with the
last stop time.
Control using the side keys:
%
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Start/Stop
Surf & fun
Countdown
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Games
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§Menu§
Surf & fun
Games
Select a game and have fun!
Game instructions
You will find special instructions for
each game in the option menu.
§Options§ Provides tips on how to
play the game, shows
the saved scores and
allows you to set the
difficulty level.
§Start§ Start game.
Key control
1 23
4 56
7 8:
function depends
on the game
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Profiles
A profile allows you to adjust your
phone’s settings to better suit your
immediate surroundings. For
example, when you are in a meeting
or at the movies, you can select the
“Quiet environment” profile. This
turns off the ringer and activates
vibrate alert or call screening.
• There are five standard profiles
with default settings pre-loaded
into the phone:
Normal envi., Quiet environ.,
Noisy environ., Headset, Car Kit
• There are two personal profiles
that you can easily tailor to your
personal needs (<Empty>).
• A special Airplane mode profile is
fixed and cannot be changed
(p. 66).
If the phone is used by several
people, each can activate their own
personal profiles.
Setup
Edit a standard profile’s default
settings or create a new personal
profile:
…
…
Change
settings
§Options§ Open menu.
Activate
Change
settings
Select a profile.
Profiles
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£ Noisy environ.
Options
§Options§ Open menu.
Activate Activate the profile.
Select. Several functions
appear in the menu.
Profiles menu
Profiles
¢
Highlight profile.
§Options§ Select soft key.
Activate
§Menu§
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Rename
Copy from
Activate the selected profile.
The following functions can
each be set individually:
Ringer setting
p. 71
Volume
p. 71
Melodies
p. 71
Silent alert
p. 71
Call screening
p. 73
Info tones
p. 73
Key tones
p. 73
Illumination
p. 74
Big letters
p. 74
When you have finished
setting a function, you
return to the profile menu.
There you may change
other settings.
Rename the selected profile.
Copy all settings from
another profile.
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Profiles
Headset
Airplane mode
If an original Siemens headset is
used, the profile is activated
automatically as soon as the
headset is plugged in.
All alarms are deactivated.
It is not possible to modify this profile.
• The phone will be turned off
when you select this profile.
• In this status, alarms are not
indicated by the ringer or vibration
alarm.
Car Kit
If an original Siemens car kit is used,
the profile is activated automatically
as soon as the phone is inserted in
the cradle.
Activate Airplane mode
§Menu§
…
Profiles
Select Airplane mode.
§Options§ Open menu.
Activate Activate the profile.
(Profile selection must
be confirmed.)
-
The phone turns itself
off automatically.
Normal operation
The next time you turn the phone
on, you will be asked if you wish to
return your phone to its default
profile (normal mode).
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Favorites
§Menu§
Favorites
Combine your own menu with
frequently-used functions and
phone numbers.
The list of the 10 entries is preset,
but you can change them.
Select the desired entry.
Options Select soft key, then
select Activate.
§Select§ Select soft key to launch.
,
Change
You may replace each preset entry
(1-10) with another entry from the
list of your favorites.
… Select the desired entry.
§Options§ Select soft key, then
select Change settings.
Apply
…
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If the selected entry is a phone
number, you can also call with
the Call key.
…
Select your new entry
from the functions list.
§Set§ Select soft key to assign.
When you select a phone number as
a new entry, the address book
opens for the selection.
If you set the left soft key to Favorites you
can create a customized menu of features
from the selection list. See page 68.
Reset
After confirmation and entering the
phone code (if prompted), the
default entries are reset.
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Fast Access Keys
The left soft key and keys 2 - 8 can
be assigned to quickly call a phone
number or to launch a phone feature
simply by pressing and holding a
single key.
The left soft key may already have been
programmed by your service provider. If so,
this key assignment may be unmodifiable.
The soft key may sometimes be replaced
with [ or ” to access new messages.
Functions available for Fast Key
assignment:
• Phone number ..................... p. 69
• Internet (GSM)..................... p. 45
• Bookmarks........................... p. 49
• Phone book.......................... p. 28
• Calendar............................... p. 56
• Alarm clock .......................... p. 59
• Calculator ............................ p. 60
• Currency Conv ..................... p. 61
• New SMS ............................ p. 35
• Illumination .......................... p. 74
• Hide ID................................. p. 80
• GPRS ................................. p. 81
• IrDA ................................. p. 82
• Games ................................. p. 64
• Calls missed ........................ p. 50
• Calls received ...................... p. 50
• Inbox ................................. p. 34
• Outbox................................. p. 34
• Favorites .............................. p. 67
• Business card ...................... p. 59
Left soft key
The left soft key can be used for
fast access.
Set
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§Set§ Select (if not preset
differently).
…
Scroll to an application in
the list.
• Assign a new application (for
example, Games) to the soft key.
• You may also assign a phone
number. Select a name from the
address book to assign it to the
soft key.
§Select§ Confirm setting.
Change
To change the feature of the left soft
key, quickly select the left soft key.
§Change§ Select the soft key.
to the desired
… Scroll
feature.
§Select§ Select soft key to assign
fast key. You will see
a confirmation of the
new setting.
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Fast Access Keys
Speed dialing keys
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Clear speed dialing key
The following keys are reserved:
1 = Voice mailbox (p. 41).
: = Emergency calls (p. 4).
To clear a speed dialing key, press
the key, then select the feature that
is currently programmed (shown on
the right soft key).
§Change§ Select soft key.
… Scroll to the “Empty”
selection.
§Select§ Select soft key.
Set-up/Change
Apply
Digit keys 2 through 8 may be set to
speed dial important or frequently
called numbers. For available key
assignment see page 68.
In standby mode:
Press and hold digit key
(2-8).
If the key is not already assigned,
the Hotkey menu will appear.
… Scroll to select a function
or Phone number.
Select Select soft key to assign
Hotkey action.
(If you select Phone
number, you will be taken
to the address book to
select a number.)
To change the action for an already
assigned Hotkey.
Press number.
§[action]§ Select soft key to select
assigned function.
§Change Select soft key to
reassign Hotkey.
J
J
To select a stored phone number or
start a stored application:
In standby mode:
J
Press digit key.
The assignment of digit key is
displayed instead of the standard
right soft key. Select and hold soft
key to launch function or place
phone call.
Shortcut:
J
Press and hold desired
digit key to begin action.
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Fast Access Keys
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Quick menu selection
All menu functions are numbered
internally. The relevant sequence of
numbers is shown in the upper right
corner of the display.
Enter the appropriate sequence of
numbers to navigate directly to a
desired function.
For example, to launch the
calculator:
§Menu§ Select soft key.
3
7
Press for Office.
Press for Calculator.
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Audio
Use the audio menu to customize
your phone’s sounds.
Audio
select a function:
§Menu§
Ringer setting
Turn the ringer on or off (or shorten it
to a beep).
T Displays when beep is
activated.
U Displays when all ringer
tones are turned off.
Volume
…
…
Select the range:
Any call
9 Calls
VIP calls
Alarm
Messages
Cell broadcast ©
Set volume.
§OK§ Confirm.
Displays increasing volume.
Press and hold * to turn ringer on and
off in standby mode.
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Melodies
You can choose from 38 pre-loaded
melodies and four additional
melodies you have composed and
stored yourself.
…
First select the type:
Any call
9 Calls
VIP calls
Alarm
Messages
Cell broadcast
…
©
Then, select the melody.
Samples play as you
scroll through the menu.
§OK§ Confirm.
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Compose melody
Melody manager
You can also use your keypad to
compose your own melodies.
You can use this function to manage
your melodies.
J
BC
Keys 1 to 7 correspond
to whole notes:
C, D, E, F, G, A, B.
Go back and forward in
the melody by one note.
: # Press to set note half a
tone higher or lower.
or
§Menu§
Surf & Fun
Melody manager
Load
Use the left side keys to
set a note one octave
higher or lower.
Insert a pause.
Save
or pause length.
0 Reduce length of note or
*
Audio
Melodies
Melody manager
To change, play and save a
personally composed melody, load
the melody from Individual 1 –
Individual 4 or from the Flex Memory
(p. 84).
§Options§ Open menu.
Load Select option and assign
storage location.
8 Increase length of note
%&
Menu§
pause length.
§Options§ The menu offers further
functions:
Insert note, Delete note,
Playback, Delete melody,
Load melody, Save melody
and Playback speed.
Store a loaded melody in Individual 1
– Individual 4 or in Flex Memory (*.mid).
§Play§ Listen to the melody.
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Receive melody
Call screening
A melody can also be sent to your
phone via IrDA or WAP (GSM).
When a melody has been received,
an icon appears above the left
soft key.
Only calls from numbers that are
listed in the address book are
signaled (audibly or by silent alert).
Other calls show only on the display.
As with any other calls, if you do not
accept these calls, they are
forwarded to your mailbox (p. 52).
S Displays when call
screening is activated.
Select this key to start the melody
manager.
Ringer tones, operator bitmaps,
screensavers and other services for your
Siemens Mobile Phone can be found at:
http://www.icm.siemens.com
Melody manager menu
§Options§ Open menu.
Play
Play the current melody.
Save as... Store melody in
Individual 1 – Individual 4 or
in Flex Memory (*.mid).
Send via ... Send/print via SMS or IrDA
(p. 87).
Load...
Load melody from
Individual 1 – Individual 4 or
from Flex Memory.
Delete... Delete melody from
Individual 1 – Individual 4.
Silent alert
To avoid being disturbed by the
ringer, you can activate the silent
alert (vibrating alarm) instead. The
vibrating alarm and the ringer can
also be active simultaneously, such
as when you’re in very noisy
surroundings. The vibrating alarm is
deactivated when the phone is
connected to a Car Kit.
Key tones
Set key press tones to Click, Tone
or Silent.
Minute beep
During a call, the phone sounds a
beep after every minute as a
reminder of the time elapsed.
Info tones
Activate or deactivate all service and
alarm tones or use Extended to
activate/deactivate tones.
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The Setup menu allows you to set
up a variety of your phone’s most
basic settings.
Device
Setup
Device
select a function:
§Menu§
Language
Set the language of the display text.
When “automatic” is set, the
language of your service provider
is used. If a language that you do
not understand is set, the phone can
be reset to the language of your
service provider by entering the
following characters:
*#0000#,
©
Display
Own greeting
You can create a greeting that is
displayed when you switch on the
phone.
§Edit§ Activate and deactivate.
Delete old greeting and
create a new one.
§OK§ Confirm changes.
J
Screensaver
The screensaver shows a graphic
on the display after a user-defined
period of time. It protects the phone
against unauthorized use, like the
key lock (p. 75). An incoming call or
a long press on # deactivates
the function.
Options:
• Enable or disable the function.
• Set style: Special graphic,
analog clock.
• Load graphic via Bitmap viewer
(p. 44).
• Preview screensaver.
• Set timeout period for
screensaver launch.
• Activate password query as
security setting.
When the screensaver is activated,
press any key to return to standby
mode before dialing.
Illumination (Backlight)
The display illumination can be
switched on and off (this affects the
standby time).
Big letters
You can change the font size of the
display.
Contrast
Sets the display contrast level.
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Setup
§Menu§
Setup
Device
Select a function:
Keys
Any to answer
You can use any key to accept
incoming calls (except - or reject
key).
Auto key lock
The key pad is automatically locked
if one minute elapses since any key
was last pressed. This prevents the
phone from being used accidentally.
However, you can still receive calls
and make emergency calls.
The keypad can also be directly
locked and unlocked.
# Press and hold.
§OK§ Confirm (only when
phone is being turned off).
Key tones
Set key press tones to Click, Tone
or Silent.
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Status
Factory settings
The phone is reset to the default
values (does not apply to SIM card
and network settings).
Phone identity
The phone identity numbers
(IMEI and ESN) are displayed. This
information may be useful for
customer service.
Fast search
Speeds up network reconnection,
reducing standby time.
T9 input
T9 preferred
Select or deselect T9 Text Input as
default setting.
T9 language
Select the language in which
T9-composed messages will
be written.
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Security
Change PIN
Keep these confidential numbers in a
safe place where you can access them
again if required.
You can change the PIN to any
4 to 8 digit number.
J Enter old PIN.
§OK§ Select soft key.
J §OK§ Enter new PIN.
J §OK§ Repeat new PIN.
PIN
Change PIN2
The use of security codes can
protect the phone and SIM card
from misuse.
PIN2
PUK
Phone
code
Protects your SIM card (personal
identification number).
This is needed to set the charge
detail display and to access
additional functions on special
SIM cards.
Key code. Used to unlock SIM
cards after the wrong PIN has
been entered.
Protects your phone. Must be
entered at the first security
setting (4 to 8 digits).
§Menu§
Setup
Security
select a function:
Codes
PIN control
©
Depending on your Service Provider,
the PIN may be requested each time
the phone is turned on. You can
deactivate this feature but you risk
unauthorized use of the phone.
Some service providers do not
permit this function.
©
©
You can use the same process to
change a PIN 2, if PIN 2 is available.
Change phonecode
You define and enter the phone code
when you call up a phone codeprotected function for the first time.
It is then valid for all functions.
You can change it to any 4 to 8 digit
number. If you forget it, please call
Siemens Service (p. 91).
Clear SIM card barring
If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times,
the SIM card is locked. Follow instructions
and enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) your
service provider has given you together
with the SIM card. If MASTER PIN or PIN is
lost, please contact your service provider.
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Setup
§Menu§
Setup
Security
select a function:
Babysitter
(phone code protected)
Calls can be made only to a single,
user-defined phone number, which
is dialed by selecting and holding the
soft key. (For more information, see
page 23).
Only ,
(PIN2 protected)
The dialing options are restricted to
numbers located on your Protected
SIM; new entries cannot be made. If
only area codes are entered, the
relevant phone numbers can be
added to these manually before
dialing.
Depending on whether the SIM
phone book is stored on the SIM
card or in the phone, PIN 2 or phone
code are requested before the
entries can be changed.
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Last 10 only
(phone code protected)
Outgoing calls are limited to
the call list (p. 50) of the last
10 dialed numbers.
This SIM only
©
(phone code protected)
It is possible to use a different SIM
when this setting is activated,
butyou will be prompted to enter the
mobile phone code.
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Network
Depending on the technology (GSM
or TDMA) used, the descriptions of
individual functions may vary.
§Menu§
Setup
Network
select a function:
Configuration
Network info
The list of networks currently
available is displayed.
Indicates forbidden
service providers.
m
Choose network
A network search is initiated. This is
useful if you are away from your
home network or wish to register in
a different network. The network
information list is rebuilt.
Preferred network
©
The backup service providers
you prefer if your home service
provider’s network is not currently
available.
When this function is activated,
your home service provider is
displayed first.
§List§ Display list of preferred
networks. You can edit
this as required:
Create a new entry:
Empty Select Entry then scroll
to a name in the list of
the service providers and
select it. (Your new
choice will appear in the
preferred list.)
Change or delete an existing entry:
[provider] Select Options and Delete
to delete it, or select
Change and scroll to
another name from the
list of service providers
and Select .
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Setup
§Menu§
Setup
Network
Configuration
User settings
User settings
Your phone can be operated in
TDMA networks as well as in
GSM networks. You can set one of
these operational modes as
standard or switch between the two
modes automatically.
When turning on the phone for
the first time, automatic selection
is active.
• Automatic selection
When automatic selection is active,
the most recently used network is
searched and the phone determines
whether a SIM card is inserted.
Depending on the status, the
currently available network is
displayed for selection.
• GSM Only
Only GSM networks will be used
when a SIM card is inserted.
• TDMA Only
Only TDMA networks will be used
when a SIM card is inserted.
Barrings
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Locking restricts the use of your SIM
card (not supported by all service
providers). You need a 4-digit
password that your service provider
supplies you. You may need to be
registered separately for each lock.
Outgoing calls
All outgoing calls (except 911 and
112 emergency numbers) are
barred.
Outgoing international
Only domestic calls can be made.
Outgoing international except
home country
International calls are not permitted.
However, you can make calls to your
home country when abroad.
All incoming calls
The phone is barred for all incoming
calls. (Forwarding all calls to the
mailbox has a similar effect.)
When roaming
You do not receive calls when you
are outside your home network. This
means that no charges are incurred
for incoming calls when roaming.
Status check
Displays information on your
phone’s lock status: lock is set, lock
is not set or status is unknown (for
example, with a new SIM card).
Clear all
All locks are cleared.
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User group
§Menu§
©Z
Setup
User group
select a function:
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 which
apply to them. Check with your
service provider for details.
User group
Activate or deactivate the function.
“User group” must be deactivated
for normal phone use.
Select group
You may select or add groups other
than the preferred groups (see
below). The service provider
supplies you with code numbers for
the groups.
Outgoing access
In addition to network control for a
user group, it is possible to choose
whether outgoing calls outside the
group are permitted. If the function
is deactivated, only calls within the
group are permitted.
Preferred group
If activated, only calls within this
standard user group can be made
(depending on the network
configuration).
During a Call
§Menu§
Setup
During a call
select a function:
Call waiting
Z
If you are registered for call waiting,
you can confirm whether it is set.
You can also activate or deactivate
the function (p. 20).
Hide ID
©Z
When you make a call, your
number may be displayed on the
recipient's phone (depending on the
service provider).
To suppress this display, you may
activate the “Hide ID” mode for the
next call or for all subsequent calls.
(You may need to register with your
service provider for this function.)
Voice Privacy
œZ
When this function is activated,
conversations and messages are
encrypted with a special code which
can only be interpreted by the
service provider.
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Setup
Connectivity
§Menu§
GPRS
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Switch GPRS off, Switch GPRS on
Setup
Connectivity
select a function:
©Z
(General Packet Radio Service)
GPRS is a new, faster method for
transmitting data in the mobile
network. If you use GPRS, you can
be permanently connected to the
Internet if the network capacities
suffice. Advantages of GPRS
include:
• WAP data is transmitted faster.
• E-mails are sent and received
without loss of time.
• You can chat without long delays.
This service is not yet supported by
all service providers.
GPRS
Your telephone is a modern device based
on the latest GPRS technology. This
technology is currently evolving and the
networks are being built up at the present
time. In the coming months, further
increases in performance are planned. In
order to ensure the GPRS functionality of
your phone, Siemens is offering a software
update free-of-charge, which you can easily
carry out yourself. Your phone is then fit for
the future.
Up-to-date information can be found at
www.icm.siemens.com. You can also call
us at 1-888-777-0211.
Activate or deactivate GPRS
function for all relevant applications.
GPRS info
Displays information on your GPRS
connectivity status.
GPRS
settings
APN:
Enter the address of your
service provider.
Login name:
Enter login name.
Password:
Enter password (displayed
as a series of asterisks)
CSD settings Dial-up no.:
(Circuit
Enter ISP number.
Switch Data)
Call type:
Select ISDN or Analog.
Login name:
Enter login name.
Password:
Enter password (displayed
as a series of asterisks).
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Setup
Connectivity
select a function:
§Menu§
Serial Conn.
WAP browser
Select the desired profile from the
list (p. 47).
You will be prompted to choose
either IrDA or Accessories for your
phone’s serial connection.
Fax/data mode
IrDA (infrared data port)
Authentication
The infrared port integrated in the
phone cannot be used unless the
other device has a corresponding
port. Align the infrared windows
with each other (maximum distance
is 12 in.).
Select Highlight IrDA to activate.
Display indicator (in standby mode):
Activate or deactivate encrypted
WAP dial-up.
X
Y
When activated.
During transmission.
Accessories
Select Highlight Accessories
to activate.
©Z
See page 86.
©
Time/Date
§Menu§
Setup
Time/Date
The clock must be set correctly the
first time you turn the phone on.
(See page 62 for details.)
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Accessories
§Menu§
Setup
Accessories
select a function:
Headset
If an original Siemens headset is
used, the profile is activated
automatically as soon as the
headset is plugged in.
Car Kit
Adjustable settings:
If an original Siemens car kit is used,
the profile is activated automatically
as soon as the phone is connected to
the car kit.
Auto answer
(factory default: off)
Calls are automatically accepted
after the third ring. (You should be
wearing the headset when this
function is enabled.)
Adjustable settings:
Auto answer
(factory default: on)
Calls are automatically accepted
after the third ring when the car’s
engine is running.
Caution! With auto answer enabled,
incoming calls may be answered without
your knowledge (for example, if you are
distracted or are away from the phone).
Automatic settings:
• Accept call with the Call key on
the phone (,) or PTT button
(Push To Talk) on the headset
when the key lock is activated.
• Activate voice dialing with the
PTT button (only when PTT
headset is used).
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Flex Memory
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To organize your files, you can use
Flex Memory just like a PC file
manager. Flex Memory assigns
special folders to different data
types:
§Menu§
Surf & fun
Flex Memory
A list of folders and files is displayed.
…
Scroll up and down.
-
Go back to previous
menu.
To open a highlighted file:
§Open§ Select soft key.
Bitmap
Start Bitmap viewer (p. 44).
Melodies
Start melody manager (p. 72).
SMS
SMS messages (Out),
SMS messages (In).
The messages are displayed in
the editor.
Voice Memo
Play back voice memos (p. 54).
Business card
Stored in vCard format.
Alarm
Stored in vCalendar format
Miscellaneous
Other files.
*.bmp
*.mid
*.smo
*.smi
*.vmo
*.vcf
*.vcs
*.*
Flex memory menu
§Options§ Open menu.
Depending on whether you have
highlighted a file or a folder, you are
offered different options.
Open
Start
Open folder.
Start application according
to the file format.
Mark/Unmark Highlight files/remove
highlighting.
Delete
Delete all highlighted files.
Delete all
Delete all entries. PIN must
be entered.
New folder Create and name a new
folder (the folder must be on
the same level).
Rename
Rename a highlighted file.
Send via ... See page 87.
Sort
Set sort criteria
(alphabetical, file type,
chronological).
Attributes
Display information on the
file or folder selected.
Drive info
Display the capacity used
and available.
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XTNDConnect Sync Software
XTNDConnect Sync
software
With PC Synchronization software,
contact and schedule information
can be synchronized between your
phone and Windows® Outlook® and
Lotus Notes.
Software installation
Insert the CD-ROM into your PC’s
drive. Dialog boxes will guide you
through the installation process.
Operating instructions
The PC Synchronization software
offers detailed operating instructions
and online help.
Connection
Phone and PC must be connected
via infrared (IrDA) or cable. Cable
connection and IrDA cannot be used
simultaneously.
To ensure optimum data flow when
connecting your phone to a
computer with a cable, we
recommend you use only original
Siemens accessories (for example,
Datacable).
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Flexible memory
The phone has flexible memory is
which may be used by various
applications and adapts itself to your
personal user profile.
The applications available are:
Flex Memory
Address book
Voice Memo
SMS-Archive
Melodies
Pictures
To ensure you have enough
memory to keep your phone running
smoothly, always delete data that is
no longer needed.
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Fax/Data Mode Using a PC
§Menu§
Setup
Connectivity
Fax/data mod.
Speech/fax
When the phone is connected to a
PC, you can transmit and receive
faxes and data. Appropriate
software for data/fax
communication must be available on
your PC and there must be a
connection to the phone (for
example, IrDA, page 82).
Fax and data services must be
enabled by the service provider.
Different networks support different
types of fax/data reception. Contact
your service provider for details.
Fax/data mode
©
Z
Your service provider must provide
you with a number for your
telephone and a separate fax/data
number.
Sending
Start your PC communication
program and enter the required
destination phone number in
the program.
Sending
§Menu§
Setup
Connectivity
Fax/data mode
Send vce/fax
Set this function on the phone before
transmission so that you can switch
from voice mode to fax mode.
While the connection is being
set up, the following soft key is
briefly available:
§Voice/fx§ Switch to Send vce/fax
mode; you may now
send a fax.
Receive
(Only if a special fax or data number
is not available).
Start the required communication
program in your PC and switch on
the function at the phone during the
call (the PC accepts the connection).
§Menu§
Setup
Connectivity
Fax/data mode
Voice/fax rec
Receive
End transmission
The call is signaled by a special
ringer and the type of call (fax or
data) is displayed.
Start the communication program in
your PC to receive the fax/data.
End transmission in the PC software
and/or press -.
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Send/Print
Send via ...
The phone offers several options
to transmit or receive messages
and data.
SMS
Address book entries,
appointments, memos and other
data can be sent as an SMS to other
compatible mobile phones.
If necessary, larger messages may
be split into several SMS messages.
IrDA
The infrared port integrated in the
phone can only be used (see also
page 82) when the destination
device has a corresponding port.
This device can be a mobile phone,
PDA, PC or printer.
Print via IrDA
You can use your phone to send
messages or data to a printer with
an infrared port.
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Should you have any questions when using the phone, we are available 24 hours a day at
www.icm.siemens.com. Below, we have also listed some of our frequently asked questions.
Problem
Possible causes
Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long
be switched on. enough.
Possible solutions
Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
Dead battery.
Charge battery. Check charging indicator in the display.
Battery contacts dirty.
Clean contacts.
(See also below, under
“charging error”)
Standby time
too short.
Frequent use of the organizer
and games.
Fast search active.
Deactivate fast search (p. 75).
Display illumination on.
Switch off display illumination (p. 74).
Unintentional keystroke
(illumination).
Activate key lock (p. 75).
Charging error Battery totally discharged.
(charge icon not
displayed).
Card error.
Restrict use if necessary.
1) Plug in charger cable. 2) Wait approximately 5 - 10
minutes until the charge icon is displayed. 3) Charge
for 2 - 3 hours.
Temperature out of range:
32°F to 104°F (0 °C to 40 °C).
Make sure the ambient temperature is right, wait a
while, then charge again.
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 power supply.
Plug in to different socket or check voltage.
Wrong charger.
Use only original SIEMENS accessories.
Battery faulty.
Replace battery.
SIM card not correctly inserted. Make sure that the SIM card is correctly inserted
(p. 11).
SIM card contacts dirty.
Clean the SIM card with a dry cloth.
SIM card with wrong voltage.
Use 3V SIM cards only.
SIM card damaged
(for example, broken).
Inspect the damage.
Return the SIM card to service provider.
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Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
No connection to
network.
Signal weak.
Move to a higher elevation, to a window or open space.
Outside range.
Fixed mode.
SIM card not valid.
New network not authorized.
Phone loses
network.
Check service provider coverage map.
Switch mode to automatic (p. 79).
Reclaim at the service provider.
Try manual selection or select a different
network (p. 78).
Network barring is set.
Check barrings (p. 79).
Network overloaded.
Try again later.
Signal too weak.
Reconnection to another service provider is automatic
(p. 78). Switching the phone off and on again may
speed this up.
Ambient noise level too high. Use Car Kit (Car Solutions, p. 95).
Communication
difficult in car with
hands-free function.
Calls not possible. Dialing error.
New SIM card inserted.
Charge limit reached.
Credit used up.
Certain uses of the Call restrictions are set.
phone not possible.
The phone number has more
than 20 digits.
Entries cannot be Address book/Phone book
made to Address
is full.
book/Phone book.
Voice mail
Call forward to the mailbox is
does not work.
not set.
SMS (text
SMS memory full.
message) Š
flashes.
Function cannot
Not supported by service
be set.
provider or registration
is required.
Charge counter
Charge pulse not
does not work
transmitted.
(GSM).
New network not authorized (p. 78).
Check for new restrictions.
Reset A/c limit with PIN 2 (p. 51).
Load credit.
Barrings may have been set by your service provider.
(See p. 79.)
Check phone number.
Delete Address book/Phone book entries (p. 26).
Set call forward to the mailbox (p. 52).
Delete messages (SMS) to free memory space (p. 34).
Contact your service provider.
Contact your service provider.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Message cannot
be sent.
Some service providers do not support
this service.
Phone number of the service center is
not set or is wrong.
SIM card contract does not support
this service.
Service center overloaded.
Addressee does not have a
compatible phone.
Three incorrect entries.
Check with your service provider.
PIN error.
Phone code error.
Service provider
code error.
Too few/too many
menu items.
No fax possible.
Three incorrect entries.
No authorization for this service.
Functions may have been added or
removed by your service provider via
the SIM card.
Incorrect settings in the PC.
No authorization for this service.
Wrong infrared driver in the PC.
Mode set to “TDMA Only.”
Enter or modify service center phone
number (p. 39).
Contact your service provider.
Retry message.
Verify that addressee has a
compatible phone.
Enter the MASTER PIN (PUK) provided
with the SIM according to the instructions.
If MASTER PIN or PIN has been lost,
contact your service provider.
Contact Siemens Service (p. 91).
Contact your service provider.
Contact your service provider.
Check settings (p. 86).
Contact your service provider.
Install latest infrared driver.
Set “GSM Only” (p. 79)
Damage
Severe shock.
Remove battery and SIM and insert them again. Do not dismantle the phone.
Press * # 9 9 9 9 # i to restore all settings to the factory default (in GSM mode) or to display
the hardware and software versions for service information (in TDMA mode).
Further information can be found on the Internet at:
http://www.icm.siemens.com
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Simple, straightforward support for technical and operational questions is available from our
online support service on the Internet:
www.icm.siemens.com
or in the Troubleshooting section of this User Guide (p. 88).
If repair work is necessary, please contact one of our service centers:
Abu Dhabi .......................................... 0 26 42 38 00
Australia........................................... 18 00 62 24 14
Argentina ...................................... 0 80 08 88 98 78
Austria ............................................. 05 17 07 50 04
Bahrain....................................................... 40 42 34
Bangladesh ........................................ 0 17 52 74 47
Belgium .............................................. 0 78 15 22 21
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 .................................................... 6 30 47 35
Finland.............................................. 09 22 94 37 00
France .............................................. 01 56 38 42 00
Germany* ..................................... 0 18 05 33 32 26
Greece.............................................. 01 06 86 43 89
Hong Kong ............................................ 28 61 11 18
Hungary ........................................... 06 14 71 24 44
Iceland .................................................... 5 11 30 00
India ..........................................01 13 73 85 89 - 98
Indonesia ...................................... 0 21 46 82 60 81
Ireland.............................................. 18 50 77 72 77
Italy .................................................. 02 66 76 44 00
Ivory Coast ............................................ 80 00 03 33
Jordan................................................ 0 64 39 86 42
Kuwait..................................................... 2 45 41 78
Latvia ...................................................... 7 50 11 14
Lebanon ................................................ 01 44 30 43
Libya................................................. 02 13 50 28 82
* 0,12 euro/minute
Lithuania................................................. 2 39 77 79
Luxembourg......................................... 43 84 33 99
Malaysia............................................ 0 21 63 11 18
Malta ..................................... 00 35 32 14 94 06 32
Mauritius ................................................ 2 11 62 13
Morocco ............................................... 22 66 92 32
Netherlands.................................. 0 90 03 33 31 00
Norway................................................. 22 70 84 00
Oman ......................................................... 79 10 12
Pakistan ........................................... 02 15 66 22 00
Philippines ......................................... 0 27 57 11 18
Poland.............................................. 08 01 30 00 30
Portugal ............................................. 8 00 85 32 04
Qatar..................................................... 04 32 20 10
Russia.............................................. 09 57 37 29 52
Saudi Arabia...................................... 0 22 26 00 43
Sharjah .............................................. 0 65 33 66 42
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........................................ 0 12 12 00 90
Taiwan............................................. 02 25 18 65 04
Thailand............................................. 0 22 68 11 18
Tunisia ............................................... 0 71 86 19 02
Turkey........................................... 0 21 65 71 89 89
United Kingdom............................ 0 87 05 33 44 11
USA .............................................. 1 88 87 77 02 11
Vietnam ................................................ 45 63 22 44
Zimbabwe.......... .................................. 04 36 94 24
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Specifications
Declaration of conformity
Siemens Information and
Communication Mobile hereby
declares that the phone described in
this user guide is in compliance with
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. The
SAR recommendations of ICNIRP
have been met.
Exposure to
radiofrequency signals
Your wireless handheld portable
telephone is a low power radio
transmitter and receiver. When it is
ON, it receives and also sends out
radiofrequency (RF) signals.
In August 1996, The Federal
Communications Commission (FCC)
adopted RF exposure guidelines
with safety levels for hand-held
wireless phones. Those guidelines
are consistent with the safety
standards previously set by both
U.S. and international standards
bodies:
American National Standards
Institute (ANSI) C95.1 (1992)
National Council of Radiation
Protection and Measurement
(NCRP) Report 86 (1986)
International Commission of NonIonizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP) 1996
Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety
Code 6
Those standards were based on
comprehensive and periodic
evaluations of the relevant scientific
literature. For example, over 120
scientists, engineers, and physicians
from universities, government
health agencies, and industry
reviewed the available body of
research to develop the ANSI
standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies
with the FCC guidelines (and those
standards). For additional
information concerning exposure to
radio frequency signal, see the
statement by the FDA at the end of
this user guide.
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Technical data
GSM 900 class:
GSM 1900 class:
TDMA 800 class IV:
TDMA 1900 class IV:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Operating voltage:
Standby time:
GSM:
TDMA:
Talk time:
GSM:
TDMA:
SIM card:
4 (33 dBm)
1 (30 dBm)
(0.6 W ERP)
(0.6 W ERP)
123g/4.3OZ
118 x 46 x 21mm
(94 cm3)
3.8 Volts
Up to 200 hours
Up to 150 hours
Up to 300 minutes
Up to 150 minutes
3 Volt
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Maintenance
Maintenance tips
• The SIM card should be treated
with the same care as a credit
card. Do not bend or scratch it or
expose it to static electricity.
• Clean the card with a damp cloth
or an anti-static wipe without
chemical cleaning agents.
• Protect the phone from moisture
and shocks. Do not expose your
phone to direct sunlight.
• Remove the battery if you are not
going to use the phone for
extended periods of time (more
than one month).
Phone ID
You will need the following details if you
lose your phone or SIM card. Please enter
the number of the SIM card (found on
the card):
....................................................
15-digit serial number of the phone (under
the battery):
....................................................
Customer Service number of the
service provider:
....................................................
Lost phone
If you lose your phone or SIM card, contact
your service provider immediately to
prevent misuse.
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Accessories
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Li-Ion Battery (850 mAh)
Mobile Holder
Travel Charger
Secures the phone inside a car. Makes an
ideal combination with the Headset PTT or
the Car Kit Portable.
Portable charger with automatic voltage
selection (100 – 240 V) for international use.
Desk Top Charger
Dual-slot unit allows for charging of your
phone and a spare battery.
Headset PTT
Optimum freedom of movement with
excellent call quality. Including PTT (Push To
Talk) button to accept calls and to activate
voice dialing.
Belt Clip
Holds phone securely when not in use or
when used with your headset.
Leather Case
Offers additional protection from dirt and
outside damage.
Car Charger
Connects by simply plugging into the car’s
cigarette lighter socket (12/24 Volt).
Car Charger/Headset Adapter
Allows simultaneous usage of Headset and
Car Charger.
Car Kit Portable
Hands-free kit with integrated loudspeaker,
microphone and auto answer feature.
Simply plug the kit into the car’s cigarette
lighter socket.
MP3 player USB
Stereo headset for handsfree talking and
superior sound quality when playing
MP3 audio files. The 32 MB MultiMedia
Card records 30 minutes of music in
premium quality. The package includes the
software for downloading and the USB
connecting cable.
Data Cable
To connect the phone with the RS 232 port
on a PC.
For more information or to purchase
accessories, visit our online shop at:
www.icm.siemens.com
We recommend you use only
original Siemens accessories to
avoid possible damage and ensure that the phone complies with
all relevant regulations.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA)
Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Consumer Update on Mobile Phones
FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of
mobile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following
summarizes what is know — and what remains unknown — about whether
these products can pose a hazard to health, and what can be done to
minimize any potential risk. This information may be used to respond
to questions.
Why the concern?
Mobile phones emit low levels of radio frequency energy (i.e., radio frequency
radiation) in the microwave range while being used. They also emit very low
levels of radio frequency energy (RF), considered non-significant, when in the
stand-by mode. It is well known that high levels of RF can produce biological
damage through heating effects (this is how your microwave oven is able to
cook food). However, it is not known whether, to what extent, or through what
mechanism, lower levels of RF might cause adverse health effects as well.
Although some research has been done to address these questions, no clear
picture of the biological effects of this type of radiation has emerged to date.
Thus, the available science does not allow us to conclude that mobile phones
are absolutely safe, or that they are unsafe. However, the available scientific
evidence does not demonstrate adverse health effects associated with the
use of mobile phones.
What kinds of phones are in question?
Questions have been raised about hand-held mobile phones, the kind that
have a built-in antenna that is positioned close to the user's head during
normal telephone conversation. These types of mobile phones are of concern
because of the short distance between the phone's antenna — the primary
source of the RF — and the person's head. The exposure to RF from mobile
phones in which the antenna is located at greater distances from the user (on
the outside of a car, for example) is drastically lower than that from hand-held
phones, because a person's RF exposure decreases rapidly with distance
from the source. The safety of so-called “cordless phones,” which have a
base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house and which operate at
far lower power levels and frequencies, has not been questioned.
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How much evidence is there that hand-held mobile phones might be harmful?
Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; however,
research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence is conflicting
and many of the studies that have been done to date have suffered from
flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects
of RF exposures characteristic of mobile phones have yielded conflicting
results. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF
could accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory animals. In one
study, mice genetically altered to be predisposed to developing one type of
cancer developed more than twice as many such cancers when they were
exposed to RF energy compared to controls. There is much uncertainty
among scientists about whether results obtained from animal studies apply
to the use of mobile phones. First, it is uncertain how to apply the results
obtained in rats and mice to humans. Second, many of the studies showed
increased tumor development used animals that had already been treated
with cancer-causing chemicals, and other studies exposed the animals to the
RF virtually continuously — up to 22 hours per day.
For the past five years in the United States, the mobile phone industry has
supported research into the safety of mobile phones. This research has
resulted in two findings in particular that merit additional study:
1. In a hospital-based, case-control study, researchers looked for an
association between mobile phone use and either glioma (a type of brain
cancer) or acoustic neuroma (a benign tumor of the nerve sheath). No
statistically significant association was found between mobile phone use and
acoustic neuroma. There was also no association between mobile phone use
and gliomas when all types of gliomas were considered together. It should be
noted that the average length of mobile phone exposure in this study was
less than three years.
When 20 types of glioma were considered separately, however, an
association was found between mobile phone use and one rare type of
glioma, neuroepithelliomatous tumors. It is possible with multiple
comparisons of the same sample that this association occurred by chance.
Moreover, the risk did not increase with how often the mobile phone was
used, or the length of the calls. In fact, the risk actually decreased with
cumulative hours of mobile phone use. Most cancer causing agents increase
risk with increased exposure. An ongoing study of brain cancers by the
National Cancer Institute is expected to bear on the accuracy and repeatability
of these results.1
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2. Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess the
effects of exposure to mobile phone RF on genetic material. These included
tests for several kinds of abnormalities, including mutations, chromosomal
aberrations, DNA strand breaks, and structural changes in the genetic material
of blood cells called lymphocytes. None of the tests showed any effect of the
RF except for the micronucleus assay, which detects structural effects on the
genetic material. The cells in this assay showed changes after exposure to
simulated cell phone radiation, but only after 24 hours of exposure. It is
possible that exposing the test cells to radiation for this long resulted in
heating. Since this assay is known to be sensitive to heating, heat alone could
have caused the abnormalities to occur. The data already in the literature on
the response of the micronucleus assay to RF are conflicting. Thus follow-up
research is necessary. 2
FDA is currently working with government, industry, and academic groups to
ensure the proper follow-up to these industry-funded research findings.
Collaboration with the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association
(CTIA) in particular is expected to lead to FDA providing research
recommendations and scientific oversight of new CTIA-funded research
based on such recommendations.
Two other studies of interest have been reported recently in the literature:
• Two groups of 18 people were exposed to simulated mobile phone signals
under laboratory conditions while they performed cognitive function tests.
There were no changes in the subjects' ability to recall words, numbers, or
pictures, or in their spatial memory, but they were able to make choices
more quickly in one visual test when they were exposed to simulated
mobile phone signals. This was the only change noted among more than
20 variables compared.3
• In a study of 209 brain tumor cases and 425 matched controls, there was
no increased risk of brain tumors associated with mobile phone use. When
tumors did exist in certain locations, however, they were more likely to be
on the side of the head where the mobile phone was used. Because this
occurred in only a small number of cases, the increased likelihood was too
small to be statistically significant.4
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In summary, we do not have enough information at this point to assure the
public that there are, or are not, any low incident health problems associated
with use of mobile phones. FDA continues to work with all parties, including
other federal agencies and industry, to assure that research is undertaken to
provide the necessary answers to the outstanding questions about the safety
of mobile phones.
What is known about cases of human cancer that have been reported in users of
hand-held mobile phones?
Some people who have used mobile phones have been diagnosed with brain
cancer. But it is important to understand that this type of cancer also occurs
among people who have not used mobile phones. In fact, brain cancer occurs
in the U.S. population at a rate of about 6 new cases per 100,000 people each
year. At that rate, assuming 80 million users of mobile phones (a number
increasing at a rate of about 1 million per month), about 4800 cases of brain
cancer would be expected each year among those 80 million people, whether
or not they used their phones. Thus it is not possible to tell whether any
individual's cancer arose because of the phone, or whether it would have
happened anyway. A key question is whether the risk of getting a particular
form of cancer is greater among people who use mobile phones than among
the rest of the population. One way to answer that question is to compare the
usage of mobile phones among people with brain cancer with the use of
mobile phones among appropriately matched people without brain cancer.
This is called a case-control study. The current case-control study of brain
cancers by the National Cancer Institute, as well as the follow-up research to
be sponsored by industry, will begin to generate this type of information.
What is FDA's role concerning the safety of mobile phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation emitting
consumer products such as mobile phones before marketing, as it does with
new drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take
action if mobile phones are shown to emit radiation at a level that is hazardous
to the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of mobile
phones to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the
phones so that the hazard no longer exists.
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Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions at
this time, FDA has urged the mobile phone industry to take a number of steps
to assure public safety. The agency has recommended that the industry:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type
emitted by mobile phones;
• Design mobile phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user
that is not necessary for device function; and
• Cooperate in providing mobile phone users with the best possible
information on what is known about possible effects of mobile phone use
on human health.
At the same time, FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal
agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of mobile phone safety
to ensure a coordinated effort at the federal level. These agencies are:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
• Environmental Protection Agency
• Federal Communications Commission
• Occupational Health and Safety Administration
• National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health also participates in this group.
In the absence of conclusive information about any possible risk, what can concerned
individuals do?
If there is a risk from these products — and at this point we do not know that
there is — it is probably very small. But if people are concerned about avoiding
even potential risks, there are simple steps they can take to do so. For
example, time is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives. Those
persons who spend long periods of time on their hand-held mobile phones
could consider holding lengthy conversations on conventional phones and
reserving the hand-held models for shorter conversations or for situations
when other types of phones are not available.
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People who must conduct extended conversations in their cars every day
could switch to a type of mobile phone that places more distance between
their bodies and the source of the RF, since the exposure level drops off
dramatically with distance. For example, they could switch to:
• a mobile phone in which the antenna is located outside the vehicle,
• a hand-held phone with a built-in antenna connected to a different antenna
mounted on the outside of the car or built into a separate package, or
• a headset with a remote antenna to a mobile phone carried at the waist.
Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, see the following websites:
• Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program (select
“Information on Human Exposure to RF Fields from Cellular and PCS Radio
Transmitters”): http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety.
• World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): http://www.who.int/emf
• United Kingdom, National Radiological Protection Board: http://
www.nrpb.org.uk
• Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA): http://
www.wow-com.com
• U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for devices and
Radiological Health: Http://www.fda.gov/cdhr/consumer/
1 Muscat et al. Epidemiological Study of Cellular Telephone Use and
Malignant Brain Tumors. In: State of the Science Symposium; 1999 June 20;
Long Beach, California.
2 Tice et al. Tests of mobile phone signals for activity in genotoxicity and other
laboratory assays. In: Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagen Society;
March 29, 1999, Washington, DC; and personal communication, unpublished
results.
3 Preece, AW, Iwi, G, Davies-Smith, A, Wesnes, K, Butler, S, Lim, E, and
Varey, A. Effect of a 915- MHz simulated mobile phone signal on cognitive
function in man. Int. J. Radiat. Biol., April 8, 1999.
4 Hardell, L, Nasman, A, Pahlson, A, Hallquist, A and Mild, KH. Use of cellular
telephones and the risk for brain tumors; a case-control study. Int. J. Oncol,
15: 113-116, 1999.
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Ten Driving Safety Tips
Your Siemens wireless phone gives
you the power to communicate by
voice — almost anywhere, anytime.
But an important responsibility
accompanies the benefits of wireless
phones, one that every user must
uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your
first responsibility. When using your
wireless phone behind the wheel of
a car, practice good common sense
and remember the following tips:
1. Get to know your phone and its
features such as speed dial and
redial. Carefully read your
instruction manual and learn to
take advantage of valuable
features most phones offer
including, automatic redial and
memory dial — most phones can
store up to 99 numbers in
memory dial. Also, work to
memorize the phone keypad so
you can use the speed dial
function without taking your
attention off the road.
2. When available, use a hands-free
device. A number of hands-free
wireless phone accessories
are readily available today.
Whether you choose an installed
mounted device for your phone or
a speaker phone accessory, take
advantage of these devices if
they are available to you.
3. Position your phone within easy
reach. Make sure you place your
wireless phone within easy reach
and where you can grab it without
removing your eyes from the
road. If you get an incoming call at
an inconvenient time, let your
voice mail
answer it
for you.
4. Suspend
conversations during hazardous
driving conditions or situations.
Let the person you are speaking
to know you are driving; if
necessary, suspend the call in
heavy traffic or hazardous
weather conditions. Rain, sleet,
snow and ice can be hazardous,
but so is heavy traffic. As a driver,
your first responsibility is to pay
attention to the road.
5. Do not take notes or look up phone
numbers while driving. If you are
reading an address book or
business card while driving a car,
or writing a “to do” list, then you
are not watching where you are
going. It’s common sense. Don’t
get caught in a dangerous
situation because you are reading
or writing and not paying
attention to the road or nearby
vehicles.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic.
If possible, place calls when you
are not moving or before pulling
into traffic. Try to plan your calls
before you begin your trip, or
attempt to coincide your calls
with times you may be stopped
at a stop sign, red light or
otherwise stationary. But if you
need to dial while driving, follow
this simple tip — dial only a few
numbers, check the road and
your mirrors, then continue.
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Ten Driving Safety Tips
7. Do not engage in stressful or
emotional conversations that may
be distracting. Stressful or
emotional conversations and
driving do not mix — they are
distracting and even dangerous
when you are behind the wheel.
Make people you are talking with
aware you are driving and if
necessary, suspend phone
conversations that have the
potential to divert your attention
from the road.
8. Use your phone to call for help.
Your wireless phone is one of the
greatest tools you can own to
protect yourself and your family in
dangerous situations — with your
phone at your side, help is only
three numbers away. Dial 9-1-1 in
the case of fire, traffic accident,
road hazard, or medical
emergency. Remember, it is a
free call on your wireless phone.
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9. Use your phone to help others in
emergencies. Your wireless phone
provides you a perfect
opportunity to be a “good
Samaritan” in your community. If
you see an auto accident, crime in
progress or other serious
emergencies where lives are in
danger, call 9-1-1, as you would
want others to do for you.
10.Call roadside assistance or a
special wireless non-emergency
assistance number when
necessary. Certain situations you
encounter while driving may
require attention, but are not
urgent enough to merit a call to
9-1-1. But you can still use your
wireless phone to lend a hand. If
you see a broken-down vehicle
posing no serious hazard, a
broken traffic signal, a minor
traffic accident where no one
appears injured, or a vehicle you
know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special nonemergency wireless numbers.
“The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely when driving.”
For more information, please call 1 (888) 901-SAFE, or visit our Web site at:
www.wow-com.com
Provided by the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA)
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Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Restrictions
All Intellectual Property, as defined below, which is owned by or otherwise the property of
Siemens Information and Communications Mobile, LLC (“Siemens”), its affiliates, partners or
suppliers, relating to the Phone, including but not limited to accessories, parts or software
relating thereto (the “Phone System”), is proprietary under federal laws, state laws and
International treaty provisions. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions
(patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software, computer programs,
and related documentation and other works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise
violate the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not
(and will not attempt to) disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer, prepare derivative works
from, modify or make any other effort to create source code from the software. No title to
ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to you through purchase or possession of
the Phone or its components. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with
Siemens, its affiliates, partners or suppliers.
Siemens will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent infringement which is based
upon the combination of the Product or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or
devices not furnished by Siemens, nor will Siemens have any liability for the use of ancillary
equipment or software not furnished by Siemens which is attached to or used in connection
with the Product, The foregoing states the entire liability of Siemens with respect to
infringement of patents by the Product or any parts thereof.
Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Siemens certain exclusive rights for
copyrighted Siemens software, such as the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute copies
of such Siemens software. Siemens software may be used only in the Product in which the
software was originally embodied when purchased, and such software in such Product may not
be replaced, copied, distributed. modified in any way, or used to produce any derivative thereof.
No other use including, without limitation, alteration, modification, reproduction, distribution. or
reverse engineering of such Siemens software or exercise of rights in such Siemens software is
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Index
A
Accessories ...............................
Address book ............................
call entry ................................
make entry .............................
view/edit entry .......................
Agenda ......................................
Alarm clock ................................
Alarms missed ...........................
Appointments ............................
Auto answer ..............................
Auto off .....................................
Auto redial .................................
Automatic mode selection ........
95
26
26
24
25
56
58
58
57
83
62
19
79
B
Babysitter ..................................
Battery
charging .................................
inserting .................................
removing ................................
Beep (ringer) ..............................
Big letters ..................................
Bitmap viewer ...........................
Browser (WAP) ..........................
Business card ............................
23
12
12
11
71
74
44
46
59
C
Calculator ...................................
Calculator functions ...................
Calendar ....................................
Call
accept/end .............................
charges ..................................
forward ..................................
menu .....................................
record ....................................
transfer ..................................
Call back ....................................
Call forward ...............................
60
60
56
18
51
52
22
20
21
19
52
105
Call records
calls dialed ............................. 50
calls received ......................... 50
missed calls ........................... 50
Call screening ............................ 73
Call waiting ................................ 20
Car kit .................................. 66, 83
Cell broadcast services .............. 42
Charge display ........................... 51
Charging (battery) ...................... 12
Circuit switch data (CSD) ........... 81
Clock .................................... 62, 82
Confidential numbers ................ 76
Connectivity ............................... 81
Contrast (display) ....................... 74
Control codes (DTMF) ............... 22
storing .............................. 27, 30
Countdown ................................ 63
Currency converter .................... 61
D
Daily view .................................. 56
Date set ..................................... 62
Display
big letters ............................... 74
contrast .................................. 74
greeting .................................. 74
illumination ............................. 74
settings .................................. 74
Driving safety ........................... 102
DTMF tones ................... 22, 27, 30
E
E-mail via SMS ........................... 39
ESN number .............................. 75
Extending numbers ................... 27
F
Factory settings ......................... 75
Fast access ................................ 68
Fast search ................................ 75
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Index
Favorites ....................................
Fax via SMS ...............................
Fax/data mode ...........................
Flex memory .............................
Flexible memory ........................
67
39
86
84
85
G
Games .......................................
Getting started ..........................
GPRS .........................................
GSM only ...................................
64
11
81
79
H
Handset volume ........................
Headset .....................................
Hide ID ......................................
Holding a call .............................
Home network ..........................
20
83
80
21
78
I
Illumination ................................
IMEI number ..............................
Important numbers ....................
Inbox/Outbox (SMS) ..................
Information services ..................
Infrared (IrDA) ............................
Insert battery .............................
International dialing codes .........
Internet (WAP) ...........................
74
75
94
34
42
82
12
23
45
K
Key lock ..................................... 75
Key tone .................................... 73
L
Language (display) ..................... 74
Loss of phone, SIM card ........... 94
Lowercase and uppercase .. 25, 37
M
Maintenance .............................. 94
Melody
compose ................................
load ........................................
select .....................................
Melody manager ........................
Microphone on/off .....................
Mode of operation (network) .....
Monthly view .............................
72
72
71
72
22
79
56
N
Network selection ..................... 78
O
Outbox/Inbox (SMS) .................. 34
Own numbers ...................... 15, 29
P
Phone book ................................ 28
Phone code ................................ 76
Phone data ................................. 92
Phone identity numbers (IMEI &
ESN) ........................................... 75
Phone maintenance ................... 94
Phone memory .......................... 29
Phone number ........................... 15
PIN 2 .......................................... 76
PIN error .................................... 90
Print via IrDA .............................. 87
PUK ............................................ 76
Q
Quick menu selection ................ 70
R
Record number ..........................
Redial .........................................
Reminder ...................................
Ringer setting ............................
29
19
19
71
S
Send via ... (SMS/IrDA) .............. 87
Service center ............................ 39
Service tones ............................. 73
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Siemens Service ........................
Silent alert .................................
SIM services ..............................
SMS
archive ...................................
capacity ..................................
delivery confirmation .............
setup ......................................
standard messages ...............
status report ..........................
T9 text entry ..........................
validity period .........................
Speech/fax .................................
Speed dialing keys .....................
Stopwatch .................................
Swap (Call waiting) ....................
Index
107
91
73
43
24
31
31
40
40
20
54
80
20
71
34
34
34
39
35
39
36
39
86
69
63
20
T
T9
activating/deactivating ........... 36
text input ............................... 37
TDMA only ................................ 79
Technical data ............................ 93
Text entry .................................. 25
special characters .................. 37
T9 ........................................... 37
tips ......................................... 37
Time zones ................................ 62
Time/charge ............................... 51
Time/date ............................ 62, 82
Topic list (cell broadcast) ........... 42
Transferring a call ...................... 21
Troubleshooting ......................... 88
Turning phone on/off ................. 13
U
Uppercase and lowercase ... 25, 37
User group ................................. 80
V
Vibrating alarm ........................... 73
VIP group ...................................
Voice command .........................
Voice dialing ...............................
Voice mail ..................................
Voice mailbox ............................
Voice Memo ..............................
Voice memo ..............................
Voice privacy ..............................
Volume (handset) .......................
Volume (ringer) ..........................
W
WAP
access ....................................
browser ..................................
profiles ...................................
setup ......................................
Weekly view ..............................
45
46
47
47
56
Y
Your phone number ................... 15