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Safety precautions ..................... 3
Antenna care ........................... 5
Phone operation ...................... 5
Electronic devices .................... 6
SAR ............................................. 9
Display symbols ....................... 13
Getting started ......................... 15
Assembly ............................... 15
battery ................................... 16
Charging the battery .............. 17
entering PIN ............................. 18
Enter PIN ............................... 18
General instructions ................ 19
Standby mode ....................... 19
Signal strength ...................... 19
Main menu ............................ 19
Standard functions .................. 21
Highlighting mode ................. 22
Menu speed dialing ................ 22
Security .................................... 23
Codes .................................... 23
accidental activation .............. 24
Text entry ................................. 25
My phone ................................. 29
Calling ...................................... 30
Default book ............................ 36
See also Index at the end of this User Guide

Table of Contents

Addressbook ............................. 37
New entry .............................. 37
Change entry ......................... 39
Dialing an entry ...................... 39
Groups ................................... 40
Phonebook ............................... 41
New entry .............................. 41
Change entry ......................... 42
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Call records ............................... 44
Time/charges ............................ 45
Camera ..................................... 46
Photo mode ........................... 46
Video mode ............................ 47
Main Inbox ............................... 48
SMS ........................................... 49
Write/send .............................. 49
Read ....................................... 51
Setting ................................... 53
MMS ......................................... 55
Create ................................... 55
Templates .............................. 57
Sending an MMS .................... 58
Receiving an MMS .................. 59
Reading an MMS .................... 60
Setting ................................... 61
E-mail ........................................ 63
Write ...................................... 63
Receive/read ........................... 64
Setting ................................... 65
Voice message/mailbox ............ 66



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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Safety precautions ..... 3 Addressbook ......37 Con- Antenna care ......5 New entry ......37 Phone operation ...... 5 Change entry ......39 Electronic devices ....6 Dialing an entry ...... 39 Groups ........40 SAR ..........9 Phonebook .......
  • Page 2 Table of Contents Instant message......68 Missed appts......107 Start menu ......67 Dictation mac ....... 108 Login ........68 Time zones ......109 Contact lists ......68 Extras ........110 Start chat ....... 71 SIM services (optional) ..110 Msg.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Explain the content to your children and the hazards associated with using the phone. Remember to comply with legal Use only original Siemens bat- requirements and local restric- teries (100 % mercury-free) and tions when using the phone.
  • Page 4 The phone may cause interfer- ence in the vicinity of TV sets, radios and PCs. Use only Siemens original accessories. This will avoid potential risks to health or prop- erty and ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.
  • Page 5: Antenna Care

    For areas where ments could damage the phone and the use of mobile phones while driv- may violate FCC regulations. ing is permitted, Siemens encour- ages persons to use their phones Phone operation responsibly and to employ hands- free devices.
  • Page 6: Electronic Devices

    Safety precautions For vehicles equipped with Persons with pacemakers air bags • should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their An air bag inflates with great force. pacemaker when the phone is DO NOT place objects, including turned ON;...
  • Page 7: Posted Facilities

    Safety precautions Vehicles Potentially explosive atmo- spheres RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded Turn your phone OFF when in any electronic systems in motor vehicles. area with a potentially explosive Check with the manufacturer or its atmosphere and obey all signs and representative regarding your vehi- instructions.
  • Page 8 Safety precautions Emergency calls (SOS) possible. Remember that your wire- less phone might be the only means Your wireless phone can be used of communication at the scene of an to make emergency calls. You can accident, therefore you should not make an emergency call from the terminate the call until given permis- main display screen.
  • Page 9: Sar

    FCC and available for review pendent scientific organizations by Industry Canada. The highest SAR through periodic and thorough eval- value for this Siemens CX65 when uation of scientific studies*. The lim- tested for use at the ear is its include a substantial safety mar- 0.78 W/kg***...
  • Page 10 SAR information on this Siemens The World Health Organization CX65 phone is on file with the FCC (WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland), on the basis of the and can be found under the Display actual knowledge, does not see Grant section of any necessity for special
  • Page 11: Telephone List (Schematic)

    Telephone list (schematic) Telephone list (schematic) Call key Dial phone number/name displayed/ highlighted, take calls. Show last phone numbers dialed in standby mode. On/Off/End key £ • Switched off: Press and hold to switch on. • During a conversation or in an appli- Service provider cation: press briefly to finish.
  • Page 12 Telephone list (schematic) Integrated antenna Do not unnecessarily obstruct the phone above the battery cover. This reduces the signal quality. LED for Dynamic Light (p. 85) £ Loudspeaker Display Infrared interface (IrDA) Service provider Input keys Ringtone 01.05.2004 10:10 • Press and hold in standby mode: Switch all audible signals on/off NewMMS Menu...
  • Page 13: Display Symbols

    Display symbols Display symbols Keypad locked Ä Display symbols (selection) Auto answer feature on Å Signal strength Text input with T9 T9Abc Charging Activated and available £ Battery charge level, e.g. 50 % Registered ¢ Phonebook Temporarily interrupted ¤ Records Browser offline ±...
  • Page 14 Display symbols Message symbols (selection) Camera symbols Unread Switches between photo and Ø video Read Brightness Ù Draft Zoom factor Sent Ú MMS not sent White balance MMS received Û MMS read Flash connected × MMS with DRM contents (p. 19) E-mail forwarded E-mail with attachment Voice mail received...
  • Page 15: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started Assembly The telephone is packaged in dis- mantled form and must be re-assem- bled before use. Your phone's display and the display on the face- plate are delivered To remove the faceplate, insert the with a protective film. Remove this pin on the battery cover in the open- film before getting started.
  • Page 16: Inserting The Sim Card/ Battery

    Getting started Inserting the SIM card/ • Insert the battery sideways into the phone , then press it down- battery wards until it engages. The service provider supplies you with a SIM card where all the impor- tant data for your line is stored. If the SIM card has been delivered in credit-card size, snap the smaller segment out and remove any rough...
  • Page 17: Charging The Battery

    Getting started Charging the battery Call time: 100 to 330 minutes Standby time: 60 to 300 hours. Charging the battery Charge icon not visible The battery is not fully charged If the battery has been fully dis- when delivered. Plug charger cable charged, the charge icon is not into the bottom of the phone, plug immediately visible when the power...
  • Page 18: Switching Phone On And Off/Entering Pin

    Switching phone on and off/entering PIN Switching phone on and off/entering PIN Switching phone on and Switching on your phone for the first time Hold down the On/Off/End Time/date key. During commissioning, set the clock Enter PIN so that it displays the correct time. You will not have to make this set- The SIM card can be protected with a ting again.
  • Page 19: General Instructions

    General instructions General instructions Standby mode Main menu The phone is in standby mode and is The main menu is displayed graphi- ready for use when the name of the cally with symbols: service provider appears on the dis- Call up from standby play.
  • Page 20: User Guide

    General instructions User guide Symbols The following symbols are used to Menu controls explain operation: The steps required to reach a func- Enter numbers or letters. tion are shown in a condensed form in the user guide, e. g. to display call On/Off/End key.
  • Page 21: Standard Functions

    Standard functions Standard functions Option menus Text input preferred: Acti- (p. 25) vate/deactivate T9 input. Functions that appear repeatedly in Input language: Select the options menu are listed here. language for text. Open menu. §Options§ Rename Rename selected entry. Edit Open the entry to edit.
  • Page 22: Highlighting Mode

    Standard functions Highlighting mode Menu speed dialing With some applications (e.g. Phone- All menu functions are numbered book/Addressbook) one or more internally. A function may be entries in a list can be highlighted to selected directly by entering these carry out a function jointly. numbers in sequence.
  • Page 23: Security

    Security Security ¢T¢ The phone and the SIM card are pro- Security ¢ tected against misuse by several Codes ¢ security codes. Select function. Keep these confidential numbers in a PIN control safe place where you can access them The PIN is usually requested each again if you need them.
  • Page 24: Preventing Accidental Activation

    Con- tact the Siemens Service (p. 124). Clearing SIM card barring If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred. Enter...
  • Page 25: Text Entry

    Text entry Text entry Text entry without T9 Press briefly: Special char- acters are shown. Press number key repeatedly until Hold down: Open input the required letter appears. After a menu. brief interval the cursor will advance. Press once/repeatedly: Example: .
  • Page 26 Text entry Input menu Confirm, the new lan- §Selection§ guage is set. Languages With text input: with T9 support are marked with the sym- Press down: The input bol. menu is displayed: (SMS only) Text format Writing with T9 Input language Since the display changes as you pro- Mark ceed,...
  • Page 27 Text entry T9 word suggestions Correct a word If several options are found in the Move left or right, word dictionary for a key sequence (a by word, until the word), the most probable is dis- required word is played first. If the word you want has §highlighted§.
  • Page 28 Text entry Text modules Use text modules Text modules can be stored in the Write message (SMS, phone for adding to your messages MMS, e-mail). (SMS, MMS, e-mail). Open text menu. §Options§ Write text modules §Insert§ Select. ¢M¢ Text modules Select Text modules.
  • Page 29: My Phone

    You can purchase additional ring- give it a personal touch: tones, logos, animations and Java Ringtones (p. 86) applications from your service pro- vider or directly from Siemens. Assign individual ringtones to caller groups or special dates Service supplier portal Pictures (p. 117)
  • Page 30: Calling

    Calling Calling Dialing with number keys Set volume The phone must be switched on Regulate the volume (standby mode). (only possible during a call). Enter the number (always with prefix/international If a Car Kit is used, its volume setting dialing code). will not affect the usual setting on the phone.
  • Page 31: If The Number Is Busy

    Calling If the number is busy Reminder A beep reminds you to §Prompt§ If the called number is busy or can- redial the displayed not be reached because of network phone number after problems several options are avail- 15 minutes. able (depending on the service pro- vider).
  • Page 32: Accept Call

    Calling Accept call Handsfree The phone must be switched on. An You can put the phone aside during incoming call will interrupt any other a call. You can then hear the caller use of the phone. via the loudspeaker. Press. Activate speakerphone §Handsfr.§...
  • Page 33 Calling Ending call(s) When the new connection is estab- lished: Press the End key. Swapping between calls. §Toggle§ After the display, Return to held call? Incoming calls during a call you have the following selection: You may need to register for this ser- You accept the call on §Yes§...
  • Page 34: Call Options

    Calling …open menu and select §Options§ Conference (see left column) Conference. The held call Time/charges is joined. Display duration of call up to now and (if set) the Repeat procedure until all partici- charges incurred while the pants are linked together (up to call is in progress.
  • Page 35: Using The Phonebook

    Calling Tone sequences (DTMF) Please do not forget this code(p. 23)! Select phone number You can, for example, enter control Ï from the Phonebook/ codes (numbers) for remote access Addressbook or enter it to an automatic answering machine manually. while another connection exists. These Confirm.
  • Page 36: Default Book

    Default book Default book Phonebook The Phonebook is located on the SIM ¢ ¢ Select function. card. Only one phone number can be entered per entry. The Phonebook Show entries on the SIM card can easily be trans- ferred into a different telephone. The entries in the standard directory (Addressbook or Phonebook) are Business card...
  • Page 37: Addressbook

    Addressbook Addressbook Possible input fields Last name: URL: The Addressbook can store up to First name: Inst. Msg. >> 1000 entries, each with a variety of telephone and fax numbers as well Phone number: Group: as additional address details. These Phone/office: Company: entries are managed separately from...
  • Page 38: Display Options

    With the cell phone manager, (p. 119) you New SMS, Create a message with the can synchronize your Addressbook with New MMS, selected entry. Outlook® and other Siemens telephones. New e-mail Using Remote sync. you can synchronize Browser Start WAP browser and your cellular phone with an organizer visit URL.
  • Page 39: Change Entry

    Addressbook Change entry Address book options Open Addressbook (in Depending on the actual situation, standby mode). different functions will be offered. These functions can be applied to Select required entry. the entry currently selected as well as to multiple selected entries: Press.
  • Page 40: Groups

    Addressbook Groups Ringing tone for group Assign a ring tone to a group that Nine groups are specified in your plays when one of its members calls phone to enable you to arrange your you. Addressbook entries clearly. You can ¢...
  • Page 41: Phonebook

    Phonebook Phonebook Phone number: Always enter phone number with Entries in the Phonebook (on the SIM area code. An entry is not saved card) are managed separately from without a phone number. those in the Addressbook. You can, Name: however, exchange data between Enter first and/or last names.
  • Page 42: Call (Search For An Entry)

    Phonebook Call (search for an entry) Phonebook options The following functions are Open Phonebook. available, depending on the current situation. Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. §Options§ Open menu. Number is dialed. Copy to 9 Copy all highlighted entries to the Address- Call using record no.
  • Page 43: Special Books

    Phonebook <Special books> <Service nos.>/<Info numbers> There might be phone numbers Open Addressbook saved in your Phonebook that have (in standby mode). been provided by your service pro- <Special books> vider. They may be used to call local Select. or national information services or to use services offered by your service <Own numbers>...
  • Page 44: Call Records

    Call records Call records The phone number of a caller is dis- Up to 500 entries are stored in played if the records: • the caller has switched off the Missed calls Incognito function and The phone numbers of calls that you •...
  • Page 45: Time/Charges

    Time/charges Time/charges Account limit You can display the charges and duration during a call. You can set a (PIN 2 prompt) unit limitation for outgoing calls. Special SIM cards allow you or the ¢ ¢ Time/charges service provider to define a credit or Select a period after which the phone is barred for outgoing calls.
  • Page 46: Camera

    Camera Camera You can view photos/videos already used and the maximum recorded on the integrated camera recording time still available is immediately, shown here. • use the photo as a background Camera image, logo, a switch on/off è animation or a screensaver. Ù...
  • Page 47: Video Mode

    Camera Camera options Premium: 640 x 480 (VGA) High: 320 x 240 (QVGA) The following functions are avail- Medium: 160 x 120 (QQVGA) able, depending on the current situ- ation. Background: 132 x 176 Open menu. §Options§ The resolution may decrease depending on the selected digital Settings •...
  • Page 48: Main Inbox

    Main Inbox Main Inbox The central input folder offers imme- After a set time, entries that have diate access to the messages cur- already been read and opened are rently received. This means that you only displayed in the message- no longer have to look through all related incoming lists (see Setup...
  • Page 49: Sms

    You can transmit and receive very Confirm. The SMS is trans- long messages (up to 760 charac- mitted to the service cen- ters) on your phone. They are auto- ter to be sent and saved in matically composed of several "nor- list.
  • Page 50 Picture&sound Own anim./Own pictures/ sounds: Send the pictures and tones with or The selection is dis- without accompanying text. played/played back. Remember that these may be pro- The selection is added to tected (DRM, p. 19). the SMS. The text input field is open: The pictures that have been added Open menu.
  • Page 51: Read

    Read Reply options Arrival of a new SMS Open reply menu. announced in the display. Open it with the display Write message Create a new reply key below it Main Inbox text. (p. 48). Edit Edit received SMS or Reading the SMS. add new text.
  • Page 52 Lists List options Different functions are offered All SMS messages are archived in dif- depending on the list. ferent lists, according to their status. (List of message symbols, see p. 13): Open menu. §Options§ Inbox Send Send or forward entry. ¢...
  • Page 53: Setting

    Setting Message • Manual: Inquiry for all type messages. SMS signature • Standard text: Normal SMS message. ¢ ¢ Msg settings • Fax: Transmission via ¢ ¢ SMS signature SMS. • E-mail: Transmission via You can enter a "signature" with a SMS.
  • Page 54 More information on SMS Downloading ringtones and logos SMS status report You can receive links for download- If the message cannot be transmit- ing ringtones, logos, screensavers, ted to the service center you are animations and information about offered the chance to repeat the applications with an SMS.
  • Page 55: Mms

    The Multimedia Messaging Service Write texts with the help of T9 enables you to send texts, pictures/ (p. 25). videos and sounds in a combined Pictures and videos can be recorded message to another cell phone or to with the integrated camera and/or an e-mail address.
  • Page 56 Text Open Display picture. Select and write the text. <Text> Delete The text functions are dis- Delete inserted picture/video. played (see also p. 25): Save Insert from Save picture/video for use later. Choose any of the following for insertion: Text modules, Bookmark, Properties Insert from d...
  • Page 57: Templates

    Generation options Save as After creating MMS, save it templ. as a template. See also Open menu. §Options§ below: Send MMS Send MMS. Layout Select one of four possible layouts: Play Play entire MMS on the dis- play. Text above, beneath, beside (to left or right) Picture...
  • Page 58: Sending An Mms

    Sending an MMS Expanded address fields Scroll down. The page(s) of the new MMS is (are) already created and the MMS is dis- Provide additional More: played. address fields. Open address entry. Address(es) of copy recipient(s). ç MMS Subject: Address(es) of copy Bcc: Greetings from Munich recipient(s) who are not...
  • Page 59: Receiving An Mms

    Receiving an MMS Sending options Open menu. §Options§ Depending on the setting, an MMS can (p. 61) be received in two ways: Send MMS Send MMS. Complete transmission Play Play entire MMS on the dis- play. The complete MMS is sent to your telephone.
  • Page 60: Reading An Mms

    Reading an MMS Lists An MMS has been fully received. All MMS are saved in four different lists (list of message icons, see Select the MMS. p. 13): Start automatic playing of Inbox the MMS. ¢ ¢ ¢ Inbox Key functions for playback: The list of MMS messages and notifi- To the next page.
  • Page 61: Setting

    Setting List options Different functions are offered ¢ ¢ ¢ Msg settings depending on the list/situation. ¢ Select function. Open menu. §Options§ MMS profile: Play Play MMS on the dis- 6 MMS profiles can be set (5 in the play. telephone memory, one on the SIM Edit Display MMS for pro-...
  • Page 62: User Settings

    User settings Default duration: Length of display for an MMS page (stan- Set the MMS dispatch to suit your dard requirement). requirements: Retrieval: Receive complete Delivery report: Request delivery con- MMS or only notifica- firmation for sent mes- tion of arrival. sages.
  • Page 63: E-Mail

    E-mail E-mail Options Your phone has an e-mail program (client). You can use it to create and Different functions are offered receive e-mails. depending on the position of the cursor. Write Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ Write message Send e-mail Send e-mail.
  • Page 64: Receive/Read

    E-mail Receive/read Attachments ¢ ¢ Contains the e-mail attachments, Inbox ¢ these can be saved in My stuff Select function. (p. 117). Before an e-mail can be read, it must Open menu and select §Options§ be retrieved from the server. You Save attach.
  • Page 65: Setting

    ¢ ¢ ¢ obtain this from your service pro- Sent E-mail vider. See also on the Internet at: The list of transmitted e-mails is displayed. Accounts List options Different functions are offered Select account. depending on the list. Open.
  • Page 66: Voice Message/Mailbox

    Voice message/mailbox Voice message/mailbox ¢ ¢ Setup Save call forwarding number ¢ Voice message Calls are forwarded to this phone Most service providers provide a number. mailbox in which a caller can leave a ¢ T ¢ ¢ Phone setup Divert voice mail for you ¢...
  • Page 67: Start Menu

    Inst. Msg. Inst. Msg. Rapid access ... With this function you can transfer Select the access (p. 72) and receive text, audio clips, pictures ¢ ¢ ¢ Inst. Msg. Login and files straight to one or more ter- minals (cell phone, PC). This func- The current contact list or the list is tion is not offered by all service pro- displayed (if necessary, set access...
  • Page 68: Instant Message

    Inst. Msg. Login Managing contacts ¢ ¢ ¢ Inst. Msg. Login Select a contact. Select the last access to be used (see Open menu. §Options§ also p. 73). Automatic login: Select. Contact lists Contacts Different functions are offered When the connection has been depending on the selection: established, the contact list or the list of contact lists is shown for selec-...
  • Page 69: Managing Groups

    Inst. Msg. Managing groups Create group Group ID: Select one of the groups Enter a unique group you set up yourself. name. Name: Open menu. §Options§ Name of group. Select. Topic: Topic of group. Group settings Searchable: Different functions are offered depending on the selection: Other people can look for the group.
  • Page 70: Contact List Options

    Inst. Msg. Creating a new contact list Contact list options The current contact list is displayed. Open menu. §Options§ Open menu. §Options§ Details Additional information Contact list about the contact or the group. Available contact lists are displayed. My settings Information on your cur- Open menu.
  • Page 71: Start Chat

    Inst. Msg. Start chat Options (individual contact) Open menu. §Options§ A contact list must be displayed. Send sound Select and send a mel- Select a contact or group. ody/tone from the list (DRM p. 19). Start communication with the contact. Send picture Select and send a picture from the list (DRM p.
  • Page 72: Msg. History

    Inst. Msg. Setting Options (group contact) Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ ¢ Inst. Msg. Setup ¢ Select function. Leave group Exit group. Account Details Information about the group: The list of available accesses is Group ID:, Name:, Topic:, displayed. Owner: Select an access to Clear all Delete all texts in the cur-...
  • Page 73 Inst. Msg. My settings App. settings Information on your current per- Settings for the application used: sonal status: Automatic login: Auto-reconnect to the Alias: last access used. Your own alias at which you can be found on the Timeout: Time without action server.
  • Page 74: Cb Services

    CB services CB services ¢ ¢ Setup Topic Select. ¢ CB services Open list menu. §Options§ Some service providers offer infor- If a topic is selected in the list you mation services (info channels, Cell can view it, activate/ deactivate it, Broadcast).
  • Page 75: Surf & Fun

    Go to... Enter URL for direct dial to Internet that is specifically adapted an Internet address, e.g. to the display options of your phone. wap.siemens- In addition, you can download games and applications to your Reload Reload current page.
  • Page 76: End Connection

    Surf & fun End connection Browser settings ¢ ¢ Press and hold to clear Internet down the connection and Open menu. §Options§ close the browser. Settings Select. Navigation in the browser Browser Set start option as well as • Select a link. handling of pictures and •...
  • Page 77: Bookmarks

    Surf & fun Bookmarks Profiles Preparation of the phone for Internet ¢ ¢ Bookmarks access depends on the service pro- vider concerned: Display URL/call up page Profile pre-set List bookmarks In most cases, access profiles have Display list of bookmarks already been created for one or more stored in the phone.
  • Page 78: Games And Applications

    The description file is installed on your telephone. You will Ì loaded for information find these listed here: purposes only. The appli- cation/game itself must be loaded separately. Requirements or complete download Browser profile (p. 77) and the The application/game is access (p.
  • Page 79 Internet. Downloading or running applications will not affect or change the software already installed on your Java™-enabled mobile phone. Siemens excludes all warranty and liability claims in respect of or in connection with any applica- tions subsequently installed by the customer and any software not included in the original delivery package.
  • Page 80: Setup

    Setup Setup Profiles Profile settings Edit a default profile or create a new ¢ ¢ Profiles personal profile: Several settings can be stored in a phone profile in order, for example, Select profile. to adapt the phone to the surround- Open menu.
  • Page 81: Airplane Mode

    Car Kit file. The phone switches itself off automatically. If an original Siemens Car Kit is used, the profile is switched on automati- Normal mode cally as soon as the phone is inserted When you switch on your phone into the cradle (see accessories also).
  • Page 82: Topics

    Topics ¢ ¢ Topics Load a completely new user inter- face in your telephone. With the press of a key, various functions are re-organized on a topic basis, e.g. Switch on/off animation, back- ground image, screensaver, switch on/off melody, additional anima- tions.
  • Page 83: Display

    Setup Display Wallpaper Set background image for display. ¢ ¢ Display ¢ Select function. Logo Language Choose image to be displayed instead of the provider logo. Set the language of the display text. When "automatic" is set, the lan- Color setting guage of your home service provider is used.
  • Page 84 Setup Greeting Timeout Set period after which the screen- Enter greeting to be displayed saver starts. instead of animation when phone is switched on. Security To terminate the screensaver, the Large letters telephone code is requested. You can choose between two font Auto key lock sizes for the display.
  • Page 85: Dynamic Light

    Setup Dynamic light Display the possible §Change§ rhythms. ¢ ¢ Dynamic light Choose from several flash ¢ Select function. rhythms. The LEDs below the top of the phone Allocate selection. are used to optically signal various functions. Play demo Show effects All flash rhythms are displayed in sequence.
  • Page 86: Ring Tones

    Setup Ring tones Volume Set different volumes for different ¢ ¢ Ring tones types of call/functions. ¢ Select function. Select Set the tones on the telephone to suit your requirements. Incoming call Messages Ringer setting Alarm clock Activate/deactivate all On/off Organizer tones.
  • Page 87 Setup Allocating a ringtone A ringtone that has already been selected will be played or the list of possible ringtones will be displayed for selection. d Calls Allocate a single ringtone to all phone numbers in the Addressbook. Group calls Allocate a different ringtone to each group.
  • Page 88: Call Setup

    Setup Call setup Condition set. Ö Not set. ¢ ¢ Call setup Õ ¢ Display if status is Select function. Ô unknown (e.g. with a new Hide ID SIM card). Clear all When you make a call, your phone number can be displayed on the All set forwarding is cleared.
  • Page 89 Setup All calls Additional information All calls are forwarded. Note that the forwarding is stored in the net- work and not in the phone (e.g., when the Icon in the top line of the SIM card is changed). display in standby mode. Ç...
  • Page 90: Phone Setup

    Setup Phone setup Phone identity The phone identity number (IMEI) is ¢ ¢ Phone setup displayed. This information may be ¢ Select function. useful for customer service. Key tones Alternatively enter in standby mode: # 0 6 # Set the type of acoustic key acknowledgement.
  • Page 91: File System

    Setup File system Master reset Reset phone to default values (fac- Format tory setting). This does not affect the (Phone-code protected) SIM card or the network settings. The telephone memory is formatted Alternatively enter in standby mode: and all saved data such as ringtones, pictures, games, etc.
  • Page 92: Clock

    Setup Clock §Options§ Open menu. ¢ ¢ Set time zone. Clock ¢ Select function. Auto time zone Have the time zone automatically set by Time/date the network. The clock must be set correctly once Search city Search for a city. at start-up.
  • Page 93: Connectivity

    Setup Connectivity GPRS info Display of information on connec- ¢ ¢ Connectivity tion status. ¢ Select function. IrDA GPRS Your phone has an infrared inter- (General Packet Radio Service) face. With this interface, you can exchange data such as pictures, ring- Switch GPRS on/off.
  • Page 94 • The access profiles must be con- current settings for the service pro- figured manually. vider on the Internet at this address: If necessary, check with your service customercare provider for details. You will find the in the FAQ section.
  • Page 95 Setup Authentication Rec voice/fax (Only if no special fax or data number Activate or deactivate encrypted is available). Internet dial-up (CSD connections Start the required communication only). program on your PC and select the function on the phone during the call Fax/data (the PC will take over the connec- Fax/data mode using a PC...
  • Page 96: Security

    Setup Security Only ‚ (PIN 2 or phone code protected) ¢ ¢ Security ¢ Select function. Dialing options are limited to SIM- protected phone numbers in the Auto key lock Phonebook. If only area codes are entered, relevant phone numbers If activated, the keypad is locked can be added to these manually automatically if no key has been...
  • Page 97 Setup Barring When roaming You do not receive calls when you Barring restricts the use of your SIM are outside your home network. This card (not supported by all service means that no charges are incurred providers). You need a 4-digit net- for incoming calls.
  • Page 98: Network

    Setup Network Network info The list of GSM networks currently ¢ ¢ Network available is displayed. ¢ Select function. Indicates non-authorized Line service providers Æ (depending on SIM card). This function is only displayed if it is supported by the service provider. Choose netwrk Two separate phone numbers must be registered on the phone.
  • Page 99 Setup User group Create/change entry: <Empty> or select an existing entry, Depending on service provider, you then select a new service can create groups with this service. provider in the list and These can have access to internal confirm. (company) information, for exam- ple, or special tariffs apply.
  • Page 100: Accessories

    Auto answer Only in conjunction with an original Siemens Headset (see accessories). (factory default: off) If an original Siemens Headset is Calls are accepted automatically used, the profile is automatically after a few seconds. Eavesdropping activated when the headset is is possible! plugged in.
  • Page 101: My Menu

    My menu My menu Change menu Press. Press. You can replace each entry (1–10) §My menu§ with another entry from the selec- Create your own menu with fre- tion list. quently used functions, phone num- bers or Internet pages. Select the required entry. The list of 10 entries is preset.
  • Page 102: Fast Access Key

    Fast access key Fast access key Soft keys You can assign one important phone number of a function to each one of the two soft keys and number keys Change 2 to 9 (speed dial numbers). The For example, the function is Internet phone number can then be dialed or...
  • Page 103 Fast access key Speed keys Apply Select a stored phone number Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as or start a stored application speed dialing numbers for fast (e. g. Internet). access. Number key 1 is reserved for the mailbox phone number (p.
  • Page 104: Organizer

    Organizer Organizer Calendar Daily view Special displays: ¢ ¢ Calendar Description of appointment. You can enter appointments in the calendar. Time and date must be set Navigation: for the calendar to work correctly. One day forward/back. The calendar offers you three views: To the start/end of the day or next/last entry.
  • Page 105: Appointments

    Organizer Appointments Different input/selection fields are displayed depending on the type. ¢ ¢ Appointments The number of fields can be restricted, see at the end of Default Appointments are displayed in chro- the list. nological order in a list. Description: Enter new appointment Description of appointment.
  • Page 106: Tasks

    Organizer Information on the alarm Alarm time: On/off Silent alert. When the set date and time are reached there is an audio and a Enter the timespan before visual alarm. If an alarm is missed, it the appointment and appears in the list of missed appoint- select the time unit: ments (p.
  • Page 107: Notes

    Organizer Missed appts. Status: Choose from: Done Outstanding ¢ ¢ Missed appts. Priority: Events with an alarm (Appointments, Selection in 5 levels from Lowest Tasks) to which you have not reacted Highest. are listed for reading. Use date: Organizer options If activated with Yes, the following time-input option is offered.
  • Page 108: Dictation Mac

    Organizer Dictation mac A brief tone sounds when the recording starts. Now ¢ ¢ Dictation mac say the text. Use the dictating machine to record Pause/recording alter- short voice memos. nately. • Use your phone as a dictating End recording. machine when on the move.
  • Page 109: Time Zones

    Organizer Time zones ¢ ¢ Time zones The time zone can be selected in the world map or a city list: World map Select the desired record- ing. City list Select a city in the selected time zone. Time zone options §Options§...
  • Page 110: Extras

    Extras Extras SIM services (optional) Set alarm call time (hh:mm). ¢ ¢ SIM services Switch to the weekdays. Your service provider may offer spe- Navigate to the various cial applications such as mobile days. banking, share prices, etc. via the Display options: alarm call SIM card.
  • Page 111: Sound Recorder

    Extras Sound recorder Playback Select the desired record- Use the sound recorder to record ing. noises and tones for use as ring tones. The tone recording is nor- Playback/pause, alter- mally started by other applications/ nately. functions such as "assign ring tone". Press and hold rapid rewind and fast forward.
  • Page 112: Calc

    Extras Calc. Calculator options Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ Calc. The calculator can be used in a basic Convert Call up the unit con- version and with an advanced range verter with the current result. of functions. The input line and two calculation lines (including the Clear all Delete all units.
  • Page 113: Stopwatch

    Extras Convert Now enter the name and exchange rate of the currency to be converted. Select the source unit/ Open menu. §Options§ currency. Switch to the input field. Add currency Enter new currency and exchange rate. Enter the quantity to be converted.
  • Page 114: Countdown

    If no time has been entered: phone. The data can, for example, be saved on a company computer or Open input window on the Internet. Set period of time. Confirm. Synchronize If a countdown time is specified: §Sync§ The computer is selected and synchronization Start countdown.
  • Page 115 Last sync: Time of the last synchronization. Providers Display the current ser- vice provider. Sync. mode • Sync data: Modified data All data Homepage: e.g. www.siemens- • Sync instruction: Two-way, Device update Server update Port: Enter port number, Date range e.g.
  • Page 116: Media Player

    Media player Media player Melodies/video When you are viewing a picture/ video or listening to a melody, the The media playback offers the fol- application starts a media playback. lowing functions for melody and Scroll to the next media video playback: file.
  • Page 117: My Stuff

    My stuff My stuff Own file options To organize your files, you can use the file system like a PC file manager. Open menu. §Options§ There are some folders in My stuff the various data types for this pur- Move Place highlighted file(s) pose.
  • Page 118 My stuff Index structure Depending on the service provider, the structure, content and functionality of Some folders have already been My stuff may vary. created for different data types in . These folders cannot be My stuff changed. Folder Description Format Pictures Pictures...
  • Page 119: Mobile Phone Manager

    You can organize and copy contacts between your telephone, Outlook® and other Siemens tele- phones (inc. Gigaset).
  • Page 120: Phone Explorer

    Mobile Phone Manager Bookmarks management Image and photo processing (browser & bookmarks) The image/photo processing func- tion allows the user to create, pro- Browse through the WAP with your cess and manage images and photos PC and specify your preferred WAP easily.
  • Page 121: Questions & Answers

    Questions & Answers Questions & Answers If you have any questions on the use of your phone, you can contact us at around the clock. As further help we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below. Problem...
  • Page 122 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution No network connec- Signal weak. Move higher, to a window or an open space. tion. Outside GSM range. Check service provider's coverage area. Invalid SIM card. Notify the service provider. New network not authorized. Try manual selection or select a different network (p.
  • Page 123 SIM card according to the instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, please contact your service provider. Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 124). Service provider No authorization for this service. Contact your service provider. Code error. Too few/too many Functions may have been Check with your service provider.
  • Page 124: Customer Care

    # 0 6 #, then §Info§) and, if applica- ble, your Siemens Service customer number. Qualified Siemens employees are waiting to offer you expert information about our products and installation. If repair work is necessary or you have a claim under warranty or guarantee you will receive rapid, reliable assistance from our Service Centers: Abu Dhabi .........0 26 42 38 00...
  • Page 125 Customer care Malaysia........+ 6 03 77 12 43 04 Malta ........+ 35 32 14 94 06 32 Mauritius ..........2 11 62 13 Mexico ........01 80 07 11 00 03 Morocco ..........22 66 92 09 Netherlands .........0 90 03 33 31 00 New Zealand........08 00 27 43 63 Nigeria ..........0 14 50 05 00 Norway..........22 70 84 00...
  • Page 126: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and • Do not store your phone in cold manufactured to the highest of stan- areas. When the phone warms up dards and should be treated with again (to its normal ambient tem- great care.
  • Page 127: Product Data

    You will need the following details if you lose your phone or SIM card: Declaration of conformity the number of the SIM card (on the card): Siemens Information and Communi- .............. cation Mobile hereby declares that 15 digit serial number of the phone...
  • Page 128: Accessories

    Carry Cases Office A range of carry cases is available from spe- cialist stores or you can visit the Siemens Data Cable DCA-500 Mobile Store online: For connecting the phone to the serial RS232 port of the PC.
  • Page 129: Car Solutions

    The power is sup- plied via the cigarette lighter socket. Optional Car Kit accessories Car Data Adapter HKO-690 Phone-in Adapter HKO-570 Products can be obtained in specialist stores or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online: Original Siemens Accessories shop...
  • Page 130: U.s. Fda

    U.S. FDA been done to address these ques- tions, no clear picture of the biologi- cal effects of this type of radiation has emerged to date. Thus, the avail- able science does not allow us to The U.S. Food and Drug Admin- conclude that mobile phones are istration's (FDA) Center for absolutely safe, or that they are...
  • Page 131 U.S. FDA safety of mobile phones. This How much evidence is there that hand- held mobile phones might be harmful? research has resulted in two findings in particular that merit additional Briefly, there is not enough evidence study: to know for sure, either way; how- ever, research efforts are on-going.
  • Page 132 U.S. FDA National Cancer Institute is expected research recommendations and sci- to bear on the accuracy and repeat- entific oversight of new CTIA-funded ability of these results. research based on such recommen- dations. 2. Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess Two other studies of interest have the effects of exposure to mobile been reported recently in the litera-...
  • Page 133 U.S. FDA any low incident health problems among people with brain cancer associated with use of mobile with the use of mobile phones phones. FDA continues to work with among appropriately matched peo- all parties, including other federal ple without brain cancer. This is agencies and industry, to assure that called a case-control study.
  • Page 134 U.S. FDA • Design mobile phones in a way there are simple steps they can take that minimizes any RF exposure to do so. For example, time is a key to the user that is not necessary factor in how much exposure a per- for device function;...
  • Page 135 U.S. FDA Exposure to RF Fields from Cellular and PCS Radio Transmitters”): • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): • United Kingdom, National Radio- logical Protection Board: • Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA): •...
  • Page 136: Industry Canada Notice

    FCC/Industry Canada Notice Your phone may cause TV or radio ustry 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 con- tact your local service facility.
  • Page 137: Ten Driving Safety Tips

    Whether you choose an installed mounted device for your phone or a speaker phone accessory, take advantage of these devices if Your Siemens wireless phone gives they are available to you. you the power to communicate by Position your phone within easy reach.
  • Page 138 Ten driving safety tips Dial sensibly and assess the traffic. Use your phone to help others in emer- gencies. If possible, place calls when you are not moving or before pulling into Your wireless phone provides you a traffic. Try to plan your calls before perfect opportunity to be a “good you begin your trip, or attempt to Samaritan”...
  • Page 139: Intellectual Property

    All Intellectual Property, as defined nished by Siemens, nor will Siemens below, which is owned by or other- have any liability for the use of ancil- wise the property of Siemens Infor-...
  • Page 140: Battery Quality Statement

    After six months, if the bat- tery is clearly suffering from loss of performance, we recommend that you replace it. Please buy only Siemens original batteries.
  • Page 141: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree > Show entries Default book <New entry> Business card Groups Default book <Info numbers> > Missed calls Call records Calls received Calls dialed Delete records > Time/charges All calls All incom.calls All outgoing Remain. units > Charge setting Currency Charge/Unit...
  • Page 142 Menu tree > > Inbox Messages E-mail WAP push Retrieve email Send/receive CB services > Draft E-mail > Unsent E-mail Retrieve email Send/receive > Sent items E-mail MMS template SMS archive Text modules > Msg settings Zoom in > SMS profiles SMS signature >...
  • Page 143 Menu tree > > > Msg settings E-mail Accounts Messages General sett. Help WAP push set. Voice message > CB services Receive CB > Calendar Topic list Organizer Appointments CB languages Tasks Notes Missed appts. Dictation mac Time zones Calend. setup >...
  • Page 144 Menu tree Shutdn anim. Setup > > Display Greeting Large letters Illumination Dynamic light > Ring tones Ringer setting Silent alert > Volume Incoming call Messages Alarm clock Organizer System Applications Calls Group calls Other calls > More melodies Messages Alarm clock Organizer Startup melody...
  • Page 145 Menu tree > > Phone setup Key tones Setup Info tones Automatic switch off Phone identity Memory assis. > File system Format Master reset Clean up > Clock Time/date Time zones Date format Time format Buddhist year Show clock Auto time zone >...
  • Page 146 Menu tree > > > Security Barring All outgoing Setup Outgo internat home All incoming When roaming Status check Clear all > > Network Line Select line Network info Protected Choose netwrk Auto network Preferred net Band selection Fast search >...
  • Page 147: Index

    Index Index Browser ........76 Buddh. Date........ 92 Accessories....... 128 Business card ......36 Additional books......43 Busy number....... 31 Addressbook Dial entry........ 39 Groups ........40 Calculator ......... 112 New entry....... 37 Calendar ........104 Read entry ......39 Call Aircraft mode ......
  • Page 148 Countdown ......114 Filter........... 89 Credit limit ......... 45 Formatting (SMS text)....49 CSD settings ....... 94 Formatting Customer service, Siemens ..124 (telephone memory) ....91 Forward ........88 Forwarding (call)......34 Data connection ......93 Frequency range ......99 Date format........
  • Page 149 Index Key tones ........90 Network Barring........97 connection......98 Language ........83 Settings ........98 Limit (call time/charge) ....45 Notes........107 Logo........... 83 Loss of phone, SIM card .... 127 Only ........96 ‚ Only this SIM ......96 Mailbox ........
  • Page 150 Switch on phone......18 Settings........80 Symbols........13 Short message (SMS)....49 Synchronization ......114 Shown in the display ....13 Siemens City Portal ..... 29 T9 text entry ....... 26 Signal strength ......19 Tasks ........106 SIM card: Technical data......127 Clear barring......
  • Page 151 Index Time zones ....18, 92, 109 Topics ........82 Validity, SMS....... 53 Touch tones Vibrating alert......86 (tone sequences)......35 Voice message (mailbox) .... 66 Volume Handset volume ...... 30 Unanswered ....... 88 Profiles........80 Unit converter ......112 ringtone........86 Upper and lowercase letters..