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Safety precautions ...................... 2
Safety Information...................... 4
Antenna care ........................... 4
Phone operation ...................... 4
Electronic devices .................... 5
Phone overview ........................ 10
Getting started.......................... 14
Charging the battery ............... 15
Switching on/off, PIN ................ 16
Switching on your phone
for the first time ......................... 16
General information ................. 18
Security ..................................... 19
Codes .................................... 19
Clear SIM-card barring ............ 19
Making a phone call.................. 20
Handsfree............................... 21
Hold call ................................. 22
Conference............................. 22
Text entry.................................. 23
Addressbook ............................. 26
.......................... 26
Edit entry ............................... 27
Groups ................................... 27
Businesscard .......................... 28
SIM card entry ........................ 28
Records ..................................... 29
Durat/charges ........................ 29
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Surf & fun ..................................30
Games ...................................31
Organiser...................................32
Calendar ................................32
Appointments .........................32
Voice mail/CB services ...............34
SMS............................................35
MMS ..........................................37
Profiles.......................................40
Extras.........................................41
SAT menu ..............................41
Alarm clock .............................41
Calculator ...............................41
Recorder .................................42
Stopwatch...............................43
Countdown ...........................43
Camera (Accessories) ..............43
Fast access.................................45
Filesystem .................................46
Setup .........................................47
Questions & Answers ................54
Customer Care ...........................57
Menu tree ..................................59
Product data ..............................64
Care and maintenance ..............65
U.S. FDA .....................................66
Ten Driving Safety Tips..............73
Intellectual Property..................75
Index..........................................77
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:16) Contents Safety precautions ...... 2 Surf & fun ........30 ntents Safety Information...... 4 Internet browser (WAP) ..30 Games ........31 Antenna care ......4 Organiser........32 Phone operation ...... 4 Calendar ........32 Electronic devices ....5 Appointments ......32...
  • Page 2: Ntents Safety Precautions

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Safety precautions Information for parents cautions Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Explain the content and the hazards associated with using the phone to your children. Remember to comply with legal...
  • Page 3 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Safety precautions Important: Please dispose of unwanted batteries and phones as permit- ted by the laws in your country. The phone may cause interfer- ence in the vicinity of TV sets, radios and PCs.
  • Page 4: Safety Information

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Safety Information Driving ety Infor- Important Read this information before using Laws pertaining to the use of mobile your wireless handheld phone. phones while driving vary signifi- cantly from state-to-state and some- As this mobile phone is equipped...
  • Page 5: Electronic Devices

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Safety Information For vehicles equipped with Air Persons with pacemakers: 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 ei- turned ON;...
  • Page 6 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Safety Information Vehicles could cause an explosion or fire re- sulting in bodily injury or even RF signals may affect improperly in- death. stalled or inadequately shielded Areas with a potentially explosive at- electronic systems in motor vehicles.
  • Page 7 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Safety Information be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers re- garding their network features. Always make certain that your phone is properly charged before at- tempting any emergency calls.
  • Page 8: Sar (cell Phone Designation)

    SAR information on this Siemens ating positions accepted by the FCC C62 phone is on file with the FCC and by Industry Canada with the and can be found under the Display phone transmitting at its highest cer-...
  • Page 9 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:19) SAR (Cell Phone Designation) While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, all Siemens products meet the governmental requirements for safe RF exposure. For body worn operation, this...
  • Page 10: Phone Overview

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Phone overview rview Integrated antenna Do not interfere the phone un- neccessarily above the battery cover, this reduces the signal ª g ª ª strength. _ª Service provider Loudspeaker 05.11.2003 12:30 Display symbols...
  • Page 11 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Phone overview On/Off/End key • Switched off: hold down to switch • During a call or in an application: press briefly to finish. • In menus:press briefly: one level ª g ª ª...
  • Page 12: Display Symbols (selection)

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Display symbols (selection) play Display symbols Phone numbers/names: bols Signal strength. On the SIM card ection) Charging. ‚ On the SIM card (PIN 2 protected). Battery charging status, e.g. 50%. In the phone memory.
  • Page 13 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Display symbols (selection) Unanswered call. Save in Addressbook. Copy from Addressbook. Depending on your service provider, some of the symbols displayed here may differ from those on the phone.
  • Page 14: Getting Started

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Getting started Insert SIM card/battery • Place the battery into the block of the phone, with the contact area The service provider supplies you facing down. Push the battery with a SIM card on which all the im- carefully downwards.
  • Page 15: Charging The Battery

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Getting started Charging the battery Charge icon not visible If the battery was completely dis- The battery is not supplied fully charged, the charging symbol will charged. Plug the charger cable into not be immediately visible when the bottom of the phone, plug the connected to the charger.
  • Page 16: Switching On/off, Pin

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Switching on/off, PIN Turning the phone on/off Switching on your phone ching on/ for the first time Hold down On/Off/End key to switch on or off. Time and date Enter PIN The clock must be set to the right time once at start-up.
  • Page 17 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Switching on/off, PIN Standby mode Emergency number (SOS) Only to be used in real emergencies! By pressing the soft key, §SOS§ can make an emergency call on any network without a SIM card and with-...
  • Page 18: General Information

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) General information User guide eral Messages rmation The following symbols are used to É è explain an operation: . ] ~ Enter numbers or letters. Ñ m On/Off/End key. My menu Select Call key.
  • Page 19: Security

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Security Codes Change PIN2 urity (display only if PIN 2 is available). The phone and the SIM card are pro- Proceed as with Change PIN. tected against misuse by several se- curity codes.
  • Page 20: W.my-sie-making A Phone Call

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Making a phone call Dialling with number Redial previous numbers ing a ne call keys For redialling previously dialled numbers: The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Press the Call key once.
  • Page 21: Handsfree

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Making a phone call Accept call Handsfree The phone must be switched on You can put the phone aside during (standby mode). An incoming call a call. You can then hear the caller will interrupt any other use of the via the loudspeaker.
  • Page 22: Hold Call

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Making a phone call Hold call Conference • You can call another number Call up to 5 parties and link them to- during a call. gether in a conference call. When the new connection is established: §y menu§...
  • Page 23: Text Entry

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Text entry Enter text without T9 Writes blank. Press twice entry = jumps a line. Press number key repeatedly until the required letter appears. The cur- Special characters sor advances after a short delay.
  • Page 24 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Text entry Text entry with T9. Do not use special characters such as Ä but write the standard characters, "T9" deduces the correct word from e.g. A; T9 will do the rest for you.
  • Page 25 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Text entry Predef. text To add a word to the dictionary: Select. §Spell§ The phone contains predefined texts Now write the word without T9 sup- that you can add to your messages port and accept with into the §Save§...
  • Page 26: Addressbook

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Addressbook Picture The Addressbook can store up to 500 ressbook entries that are managed in the pho- Assign a picture (calling face) to an ne memory. However you can ex- entry. It is displayed if you are called...
  • Page 27: Call (search For An Entry)

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Addressbook Call (search for an entry) Groups Open Addressbook. 4 groups are preset in your phone to enable you to arrange your Address- Select a name with the book entries clearly. You can rename first letter and/or scroll.
  • Page 28: Businesscard

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Addressbook SIM card entry Ring tone for a group If you assign a ring tone for a group, SIM card entry can’t be used for cal- it sounds when one of the group ling.
  • Page 29: Records

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Records Durat/charges Your phone stores the phone num- ords bers of calls for convenient redial- You can display the charges and the ling. duration of calls and set a unit limit ¢ for outgoing calls.
  • Page 30: Surf & Fun

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Surf & fun Internet browser (WAP) End connection & fun Hold down to clear down É ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Internet the connection and to close the browser. Get the latest information from the...
  • Page 31: Games

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Surf & fun Games The phone includes games. É ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Games Select the game, then press §Select§. There are special instructions and/or notes in the menu of each §Options§ game.
  • Page 32: Organiser

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Organiser Appointments You can enter appointments in the aniser Calendar. Enter new appointment: ¢. §Menu§ Select <New entry>. ¢ Select function. Make the entries field by field. Calendar Browse through displays §Edit§ in the selection fields.
  • Page 33 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Organiser Reoccurrence: Select a timeframe for repeating the appointment: None, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Annual. Save the appointment. §Save§ Note Indication in display, that alarms have been set: alarm clock, appoint- ments. Deactivate all alarms....page 40...
  • Page 34: Voice Mail/cb Services

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Voice mail/CB services Voice mail/mailbox ce mail/ Save call divert number services Calls are diverted to this phone Most service providers offers you an number. external answering service. In this mailbox a caller may leave a voice ¢...
  • Page 35: Sms

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Receiving SMS You can transmit / receive a very long messages (up to 912 / 1368 Arrival of new SMS an- characters) on your phone: these are nounced on display automatically composed from sever- read the SMS, press left al "normal"...
  • Page 36 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Special functions Open options menu. §Options§ SMS to group Send SMS as a "circular" to a group: Select. Send Press. Addressbook is §Group§ opened. Select a group and send SMS. Picture&Sound Insert pictures and sounds into the message.
  • Page 37: Mms

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) The Multimedia Messaging Service Choose the first content enables you to send texts, pictures object for the new MMS. (also photos) and sounds in a com- Press. §Select§ bined message to another mobile Use Edit soft key for com- §Edit§...
  • Page 38 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Receive/read MMS MMS message with Camera / Û ‰ Recorder applications Arrival of new MMS an- Take a photo by QuickPic camera, nounced on display add your own recording and send a message via MMS! After activating the camera Take a photo.
  • Page 39: Message Lists And Profiles

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Message lists and profiles Message lists Message profiles sage lists profiles All SMS and MMS messages are ¢] ¢ §Menu§ Msg. setup stored in one of the following lists ¢ Select message profile type.
  • Page 40: Profiles

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Profiles Setup A profile allows several settings to be iles made with one function in order, for example, to adapt the phone to the Select profile. surrounding level of noise. Open menu and select §Options§...
  • Page 41: Extras

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Extras ¢y Alarm clock §Menu§ ¢ Select function. The alarm will ring at the time set by you, even when the phone is SAT menu switched off. Your service provider may offer spe- Activate/deactivate the §On§...
  • Page 42: Recorder

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Extras Recorder Playback You can use this application to <New record> record, play and manage sounds and 03-07-22_23-05-15 voice messages. My sound 1 ¢y¢ Recorder §Menu§ Play Options Select recording. ¢]¢ §Menu§ New MMS §Play§...
  • Page 43: Stopwatch

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Extras Stopwatch Camera (Accessories) Two intermediate times can be You can use the phone to immedi- clocked and stored. ately view, save and send photos you have taken with the QuickPic cam- Reset to zero.
  • Page 44 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Extras Picture Sending a photo via MMS A picture requires a few seconds to You can easily send a photo as an be processed. MMS immediately after taking it. Press. You will hear an ad- Open menu.
  • Page 45: Fast Access

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Fast access The left soft key and the number Bookmarks: Select an URL access keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling numbers) from Bookmarks. can each be assigned an important Confirm setting. §Select§ phone number or a function. The...
  • Page 46: Filesystem

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Filesystem File list menu To organise your files, you can use system the file system like a PC file manager. Open menu §Options§ The file system assigns 5 special fold- ers to different data types.
  • Page 47: Setup

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Setup Display Screensaver Screensaver is entered after 1 min ¢m¢ §Menu§ Display period. ¢ Select a function The style for the screensaver can be chosen from three alternatives: Language Digital clock, Picture (select a picture Set the language of the display text.
  • Page 48 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Setup Audio Minute beep During the call, you will hear a beep ¢m¢ §Menu§ Audio once a minute as a reminder. ¢ Select function. Info tones Ringer setting Activate/deactivate service Activate/deactivate the ringer or re- alarm tones.
  • Page 49 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Setup Phone setup All calls Divert all calls. Symbol in ¢m¢ §Menu§ Phone setup the top line of the display ¢ Select function. in standby mode. Check status Call waiting After a short pause the current infor- If you are registered for this service, mation is shown.
  • Page 50 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Setup Clock Connectivity ¢m¢ ¢m¢ §Menu§ Clock §Menu§ Connectivity ¢ ¢ Select function Select function. Time/date GPRS Select Activate/deactivate GPRS. Time or Date. §Yes§ §No§ GPRS info Press and edit the right §Change§...
  • Page 51 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Setup Security Network ¢m¢ ¢m¢ §Menu§ Security §Menu§ Network ¢ ¢ Select function. Select function. Codes Line Two independent phone numbers control, Change PIN, Change PIN2, (see page 19). have to be registered.
  • Page 52 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Setup Accessories Headset Only in conjunction with an original ¢m¢ §Menu§ Accessories Siemens headset. The profile is auto- ¢ Select function. matically activated when headset is plugged in. Car Kit Accept call with Call key or PTT key...
  • Page 53: Data Exchange Software

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Data Exchange Software Data Exchange Software hange With Data Exchange Software you ware can increase the functionality of your phone together with a Win- dows® PC. Phone and PC are con- nected with one another via data cable.
  • Page 54: Questions & Answers

    Questions & Answers stions & If you have questions regarding the use of your phone, you can contact us at wers www.my-siemens.com/customercare at any time. In addition to this we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below. Problem Possible causes...
  • Page 55 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution No connection to Weak signal. Move to higher location, to a window or an open network . space. Outside GSM range. Check coverage area of the service provider.
  • Page 56 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution Message cannot be Service provider does not support Contact your service provider. sent. this service. Phone number of the service centre Set service centre (page 39).
  • Page 57: Customer Care

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Customer Care tomer Canada ........1 88 87 77 02 11 We offer fast, individual advice! China ...........0 21 50 31 81 49 You have several options: Croatia ..........0 16 10 53 81 Czech Republic.......02 33 03 27 27 Our online support on the Internet: Denmark ..........35 25 86 00...
  • Page 58 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (15. September 2003, 16:20) Customer Care Saudi Arabia ........0 22 26 00 43 Serbia ..........01 13 22 84 85 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...
  • Page 59: Menu Tree

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Menu tree u tree > > è Address- Show entries <New entry> book New entry <Groups> Businesscard Groups Sim entries > Calls missed Records Calls received Calls dialed Erase records > Last call...
  • Page 60 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Menu tree Messages > Unsent > SMS > SMS Sent SMS archive Text module Call voicemail > SMS Msg. setup Change voice mail no. CB services > Normal envi. Profiles Quiet environ. Noisy environ.
  • Page 61 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Menu tree Filesystem > Animations Ñ Camera Color scheme Picture Sounds > Display > Language Setup > T9 preferred T9 input Wallpaper T9 language Logo Color scheme > Style Screensaver Start anim. Picture...
  • Page 62 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Menu tree > Phone setup > Call waiting Setup Hide ID > All calls Divert Fact. settings Unanswered Phone identity Not reachable Auto off No reply Busy > Time Clock Status check Date...
  • Page 63 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Menu tree > Network > Line > Select line Setup Network info Block line Choose network Auto network Pref. network > Car Kit > Auto answer Accessories Auto off > Auto answer Headset...
  • Page 64: Product Data

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Product data Declaration of conformity duct data Phone ID You will need the following details if you Siemens Information and Communi- lose your phone or SIM card. Please enter cation mobile hereby declares that...
  • Page 65: Care And Maintenance

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and The suggestions given above apply e and crafted with great care and attention equally to your phone, battery, ntenance and should also be treated with care.
  • Page 66: U.s. Fda

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) 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.
  • Page 67 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) U.S. FDA ty of mobile phones. This research How much evidence is there that hand- held mobile phones might be harmful? has resulted in two findings in partic- ular that merit additional study: Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way;...
  • Page 68 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) U.S. FDA 2. Researchers conducted a large recommendations. battery of laboratory tests to assess Two other studies of interest have the effects of exposure to mobile been reported recently in the litera- phone RF on genetic material. These...
  • Page 69 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) U.S. FDA ties, including other federal agencies ple without brain cancer. This is and industry, to assure that research called a case-control study. The cur- is undertaken to provide the neces- rent case-control study of brain can-...
  • Page 70 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) U.S. FDA • Cooperate in providing mobile hand-held mobile phones could con- phone users with the best possible sider holding lengthy conversations information on what is known on conventional phones and reserv- about possible effects of mobile ing the hand-held models for shorter phone use on human health.
  • Page 71 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) U.S. FDA • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): http://www.who.int/emf • United Kingdom, National Radio- logical Protection Board: http://www.nrpb.org.uk • Cellular Telecommunications In- dustry Association (CTIA): http://www.wow-com.com...
  • Page 72: Fcc/industry Canada Notice

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) FCC/Industry Canada Notice /Industry Your phone may cause TV or radio in- terference (for example, when using a telephone in close proximity to re- ceiving equipment). The FCC or In- dustry Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such in- terference cannot be eliminated.
  • Page 73: Ten Driving Safety Tips

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) Ten Driving Safety Tips Driving When available, use a hands-free device. ety Tips A number of hands-free wireless phone accessories are readily avail- able today. Whether you choose an installed mounted device for your...
  • Page 74 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (26. August 2003, 11:05) 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.
  • Page 75: Intellectual Property

    Intellectual rights. Property shall remain with Siemens, its affiliates, partners or suppliers. Siemens will have no liability with re- spect to any claim of patent infringe- ment which is based upon the com- bination of the Product or parts...
  • Page 76: Battery Quality Statement

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Battery quality statement The capacity of your cell phone battery will reduce each time it is charged/emptied. Storage at too ement high or low temperatures will also result in a gradual capacity loss. As a...
  • Page 77: Index

    C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Index Countdown......41, 43 CSD..........50 Address book......26 Customer care......57 Agenda........32 Aircraft mode ......40 Alarm ......... 41 Data Exchange Software .....53 appointment......32 Data service ........50 Alarm clock......... 41 Date format ........50 Alarm tones........
  • Page 78 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Index Icons .......... 12 Recorder ........42 Identity number (IMEI)....49 Redial previous numbers .....20 IMEI number....... 49 Reminder ........20 Index (file system) ...... 46 Ringtones ........48 Initial animation ......47 International dialling code ..20 Safety precautions ......2...
  • Page 79 C62 am, A31008-H5700-A1-2-7619 (25. August 2003, 17:18) Index Upper/lower cases ...... 23 Voice mail (mailbox) ....34 Volume handset ........20 profile........40 ringtone ......... 48 WAP ........... 30 Warning tones ......48...

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