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Settings
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range radio con-
nection by means of which a headset
or car kit, for example, can be con-
nected without the need for wires.
Using the
Send/print
options menu for the application
concerned you can also use this
route to send data.
With SAP (SIM Access Profile) a car
phone GSM module can, for exam-
ple, use the access data from the SIM
card on your phone. There is no need
to swap the SIM card. It is possible
that SAP might not be supported by
your service provider.
Each Bluetooth device has its own
specific address and can be given a
self-explanatory name as an option.
Password protection ensures the se-
curity of a Bluetooth connection, as
does including the BT partner in a list
as a "confidential" device.
To establish a Bluetooth connection
between your phone and other Blue-
tooth devices you must activate
Bluetooth.
The Bluetooth
owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Siemens are under
license. Other trademarks and trade
names are those of their respective
owners.
®
(BT)
function in the
®
word mark and logos are
Activate/deactivate
C
Bluetooth.
My BT
name: You can give
the phone a name when
you activate Bluetooth for
the first time.
If Bluetooth is activated, IrDA (infra-
red) is not active and vice versa.
If Bluetooth is activated, standby
time for the phone will be reduced.
B-tooth setup
Call up the setting func-
C
tions (Bluetooth must be
activated).
• Search/Search all
Specify which BT devices are to be
searched for:
All BT devices
All
Audio
E.g. headset, car kit
Phone
Other BT phones
Personal computer with
PC
BT connection
Start search
C
The number and name of the most
recently found BT device are
displayed.

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