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Information and Communication mobile
Haidenauplatz 1
D-81667 Munich
© Siemens AG 2001
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
Rights of modification reserved.
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
http://www.my-siemens.com
Ref.No.: A31008-H4500-A1-2-7619
*A5B00025600198*
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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2001 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft http://www.my-siemens.com Ref.No.: A31008-H4500-A1-2-7619 *A5B00025600198* User Guide...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Safety precautions ... 3 Overview of the phone... 4 General instructions ... 6 Getting Started ... 7 Switch on, off / PIN entry... 9 Security ... 11 Making a phone call ... 12 Addressbook ... 18 Phonebook ... 22 Contents Voice control...
  • Page 4 Fast access key... 63 Audio ... 65 Contents Setup ... 68 Explorer... 79 Siemens Quick Sync ... 80 Fax/Data mode using a PC ... 81 Send via .../ Print via..82 Display symbols (selection ) ... 83 Siemens Service... 84 Troubleshooting ...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Mobile phones can interfere with the operation of nearby TVs, radios, PCs. We recommend you use only original Siemens accessories to avoid possible damage and to comply with the existing regula- tions. Improper use invalidates the warranty!
  • Page 6: Overview Of The Phone

    Overview of the phone Loudspeaker Display indicators Signal strength/ battery level. Menu navigation key (see S. 5) Enter keys Digits, letters. - Keys • During a call: Volume loud - quiet. • In menus and lists: Scroll up and down. •...
  • Page 7 Overview of the keys Soft keys The current functions of these keys are displayed in the grey fields as text or icons. These keys display the “quick selection“ in standby mode (factory default: ) or e.g. (SIM service) and Menu. Call key Select displayed phone number or name, accept...
  • Page 8: General Instructions

    General instructions The User Guide Enter numbers or letters. On/Off/End key. Hold down key: Go back to standby mode. In standby mode, switch off device. Call key. Press menu navigation key on the side indicated. Displays a soft key function. Function depends on the serv- ice provider, special registration may be necessary.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Getting Started Insert SIM card/battery Only 1.8/3-Volt SIM cards are supported. Older SIM cards (5-Volt technology) cannot be used. Please contact your service pro- vider if you have an older card.
  • Page 10: Charge Battery

    Functions without SIM card Charge battery Getting Started Charging The following is shown at the top of the dis- play: An empty battery is fully charged after about 2 hours. Charging is only possible in an ambient temperature of 5°C to 40°C (the charge icon flashes as a warning when the temperature is 5°C above/below).
  • Page 11: Switch On, Off / Pin Entry

    Switch on, off / PIN entry Switch on, off Enter PIN Clear Service Provider Set the display contrast You may be prompted to adjust (page 69) the display contrast when switching on your phone for the first time. Emergency number(SOS) By pressing the left soft key make an emergency call on any network without a SIM card and without entering a...
  • Page 12 Switch on, off / PIN entry Network connection Strength of incoming signal. A weak signal reduces the call quality and may lead to loss of the connection. Change your lo- cation. If you are outside your "home network" your phone automatically selects a different GSM network (page 73).
  • Page 13: Security

    Keep these confidential numbers in a safe place where you can access them again if required. Protects your SIM card (personal identification number). PIN 2 This is needed to set the charge detail display and to access addi- tional functions on special SIM cards.
  • Page 14: Making A Phone Call

    Making a phone call Dialling with number keys International dialling codes Many international dialling codes are stored in your phone: Hold until a "+" symbol appears. This replaces the first two digits of the interna- tional dialling code. Press. Select the required country. The internation- al dialling code is displayed.
  • Page 15: When A Number Is Busy

    Making a phone call When a number is busy Auto redial previous numbers Call back Reminder Any other call ends the function. Redial previous numbers Call lists (page 43). Store phone number in the Addressbook (page 18)/ Phonebook (page 22) The numbers of calls that have been re- ceived, dialled or missed are stored for call back purposes (page 43).
  • Page 16: During A Call

    Making a phone call During a call Call waiting You may need to register for this service with your service provider and set your phone accordingly (page 75). Swap Reject End current call Set volume Dictaphone Phone number memo...
  • Page 17 Making a phone call Swap/Conference Some functions may not be supported by your service provider. Hold Swap Conference Conference menu Call transfer End the current call. The following query is dis- played: "Return to call on hold?" Return to the held call The held call is ended.
  • Page 18: Call Menu

    Making a phone call Call menu Handsfree See right. Microphone Switch the microphone on or off. If switched off, the per- son on the other end of the line cannot hear you. DTMF signals, however, can be heard. Alternatively: Hold You will hear a DTMF key tone.
  • Page 19 Making a phone call Babysitter Switch on Î Setup Î Security Î Babysitter Switch off Phonecode When first prompted, you define and enter the Phonecode (4 - 8 digits) (e.g. for Babysitter) Please do not forget this code! It applies to other functions as well but it may be changed at any time (page 11).
  • Page 20: Addressbook

    New entry Î Office Î Addressbook Addressbook - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - <New entry> Businesscard <New entry> Abc Addressbook Last name: First name: Addressbook Last name: First name: Company: E-mail:...
  • Page 21 Phone number Always enter phone number with prefix, if necessary with the international dialling code (page 12). Text entry Press digit key repeatedly until the required letter is displayed. The relevant characters are shown in the display. The cursor ad- vances after a short delay.
  • Page 22: Making A Call

    Making a call Addressbook <New entry> Carol Daniel View Search for an entry Addressbook Addressbook-Menu View Group sorting Edit Options New entry Delete Delete all Copy to SIM Phonebook Send via ... Print via IrDA Voicedialling Capacity (page 19) Show the Addressbook as an alphabetical list or with the entries of the VIP dis- played at the top (page 18).
  • Page 23: Store Control Code

    You can synchronise your Addressbook with your Outlook Quick Sync (page 80). , parts of a phone number can be Open the Addressbook and select (part of) the phone number. Press. Replace "?" with digits. Dial number. ® database using Siemens...
  • Page 24: Phonebook

    New entry Î Office Î Phonebook Phonebook <Own> <New entry> Carol <New entry> Phone number (with prefix) Name Location Record no. Phonebook If entries are copied from the Phonebook to the Addressbook, further data (page 19) can be added to them subsequently. Phonebook-Menu View Edit entry...
  • Page 25 Location Location SIM (standard) Protected SIM Mobile (phone memory) Phonebook Record no. Edit entry Making a call Edit Edit entry Record...
  • Page 26 Phonebook Store control code Service numbers Numbers that have been provided by your service provider may be stored. With these numbers you can call local or nationwide in- formation services or use services of the service provider. Protected phone numbers Please note that the use of your Phonebook may be restricted (usual for some business applications), e.g.
  • Page 27: Voice Control

    Record Voicedialling for phone numbers Î Office Î Voice control Î Voicedialling New record Voice control Voice command for functions Î Office Î Apply Voice control Î Voice command...
  • Page 28 Voice control-Menu Î Office Î Voice control Î Voicedialling Voice command New record Start a new recording. New sample Redo the (voice) recording of an entry. Delete Delete entry. Edit Change name and phone number (voice dialling only). Then redo recording if necessary.
  • Page 29: Message (sms)

    Read Messages (Service Provider) 01.04.2001 Date/time 01.04.2001 Number/ sender Message Do we meet at 18.00 in the hotel tomorrow? Reply Message (SMS) Reply menu Write mes- sage Edit Answer is Answer is 23:45 Menu Predefined text 15:36 sage symbol flashes. No more SMS mes- Options sages can be received.
  • Page 30 Inbox/Outbox Î Messages Î Inbox/Outbox Î SMS Inbox Barbara Carol View Symbol Inbox Outbox Read Not sent Unread Sent Archive Î Messages Î Inbox/Outbox Î Inbox-Archive/ Outbox-Archive Archive Menu Message (SMS) Lists/Archive Menu View Edit Copy to archive Delete Options Delete all Send Save no.
  • Page 31: Use Sms Sample

    Use SMS sample Î Messages Î Use SMS sample Delay, Appointment, Congratulations I will arrive about |--minutes late on:-- Delete Send Information on SMS Transmission of an SMS is confirmed with Message sent. Message sent text only indicates that the message has been transmitted to the service centre.
  • Page 32: Text Menu

    Text Menu Send Dial the number of the ad- dress or select from the Ad- dressbook /Phonebook, then send. Save Save the composed mes- sage in the outbox list. T9 input Switch on/off (page 31) Activate or deactivate intelli- gent text entry. T9 language Select the language in which the message is to be com-...
  • Page 33 Text entry with "T9" Select T9 language T9 input guage Create a word using T9 Ä Message (SMS) T9 lan- Special characters Press the key repeatedly until the letter is displayed. To write special characters after numbers (e.g. 5 £), switch to the letter mode first: Activate, deactivate T9 (SMS) Display in the uppermost line:...
  • Page 34 T9 first. In most cases it is better to rewrite the com- plete word. http://www.my-siemens.com/s45 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.
  • Page 35: Setup Menu

    Setup Î Messages Î Setup Î SMS Setup menu Activate Use the profile selected. Change Change profile. settings Rename Rename the profile. Service Centre Recipient Message type Variable The message type is requested for each message. Standard Normal SMS message. text E-mail Transmission via SMS.
  • Page 36: Bitmap Viewer

    Receive graphic Store graphic Screensaver Load graphic Î Surf & fun Î Bitmap viewer Bitmap viewer Load bitmap Bitmap viewer-Menu Save as... Store the current graphic on one of the storage locations or in the Explorer. Load Load graphic from the memory or from the Explorer.
  • Page 37: Wap

    Internet access Î Surf & fun Î Internet Start with... Start menu 1 Homepage 2 Bookmarks 3 Resume Offline Online The current display is in the upper right cor- ner. Scroll by using the side keys. Start menu Homepage Bookmarks Resume Profiles Example: Homepage...
  • Page 38: Browser Menu

    All browser data rel- evant for security can be selected in this menu. Further information on secu- rity is found under: www.my-siemens.com/ Switch between small and standard font size. Select the display for Inter- net access: Start menu...
  • Page 39: Profile Settings

    Setup Profiles Profile settings Î Surf & fun Î Internet Î Profiles Profile Name the profile or rename a name: default name. GPRS and CSD data see page 76. IP address: parameters Enter IP address. IP port: Enter port number. Homepage: Enter homepage (page 37) if not set by the service provi-...
  • Page 40 Activate profile Profiles 1 standard 3 profile 3 Edit Activate Î Surf & fun Î Internet Î Profiles Your Internet browser is licensed by: Surf also with GPRS (page 76). Select...
  • Page 41: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Changing the homepage Î Surf & fun Î Internet Î Profiles e-Commerce Wap parameters/Homepage Enter the Internet address (URL) Go to URL Bookmarks Store Bookmarks New entry To use a favorite...
  • Page 42: Voice Message/mailbox

    Voice message/Mailbox Call waiting is Setup Mailbox number Î Messages Î Voice message Forwarding number Î Divert Î Unanswered Î Set Listen to Hold down (if necessary dial the mailbox number of the service centre). Outside your home network, a different mailbox number may need to be dialled and a password may need to be entered to access your mailbox.
  • Page 43: Cell Broadcast

    Cell broadcast "Topic list" Î Messages Î Cell broadcast Broadcast Read new CB Topic list Cell broadcast New topic New topic Selection from a list Auto display...
  • Page 44: Sim Services

    Cell broadcast/SIM services Topic index CB languages Displays Topic activated. Topic deactivated. New messages received on the topic. Messages on the topic already read. Highlighted phone numbers can be: dialled. stored in the Addressbook/ Phonebook. Additional beep, page 65. SIM Services Î...
  • Page 45: Records

    Î Records Missed calls Calls received Records Calls dialled Erase records Records-Menu...
  • Page 46: Time/charge

    Display Î Records Î Time/charge Last call All calls Remain. units when total amount is deactivated: Last call All outgoing All incoming calls Remain. units Charge settings Î Records Î Charge settings Time/charge Currency Charge/unit Account limit All calls Incoming calls Auto display...
  • Page 47: Divert

    Î Divert You can set divert as follows: Unanswered Î Divert Unanswered Unanswered This setting covers the most important con- ditions (see also below): If not reachable, No reply, Busy Divert All calls Specific divert If not reachable No reply Busy Exception: If Call waiting...
  • Page 48: Status Check

    Status check Clear all To check or delete a certain condition: First select the condition. Press. Check status Delete Select. Divert Note that the divert is stored in the network and not in the phone (when the SIM card is changed for example).
  • Page 49: Dictaphone

    Dictaphone Dictaphone 19.09.2001 15:35 Customer query Shopping Play Options Using the side keys Loud Quiet New record recording pause, Exit browser/Save Play Recording/ play back (dictation key)
  • Page 50 Using the soft keys Î Office Î Dictaphone New record Play Using the menu navigation key Î Office Î Dictaphone New record Play Dictaphone Dictaphone-Menu Playing New record Delete Delete all Rename The recording is played. Start a new recording. Delete the entry selected.
  • Page 51: Organiser

    Each day is divided into six blocks of four hours (morning + afternoon). Agenda W 15 Agenda Synchronise with Outlook With the Siemens Quick Sync software you can synchronise your organiser with your Outlook Apr 2001 M T W 9 10 11...
  • Page 52: New Appointment

    Appointments Î Office Î Organiser Î Appointments 12.07.2001 <New entry> 11:30 Presentation 15:00 Meeting View New appointment <New entry> Category: Appointments Tasks Type: Memo Call Meeting Birthday Voice memo Description: Alarm: Organiser Date:/End time: Reoccurrence: Start time:/End time: Appointments menu View Options Activate/...
  • Page 53 Tasks Î Office Î Organiser Î Tasks 12.04.2001 <New entry> Car to the inspection 15:00 Meeting View New task <New entry> Category: Tasks ments Appointments Organiser Task menu View Done Edit New entry Delete Delete all Send via ... Print via IrDA Week beg.
  • Page 54: Alarm Clock

    Alarm clock Î Office Î Organiser Î Alarm clock Missed alarms Î Office Î Organiser Î Missed alarms Missed alarms Menu Organiser...
  • Page 55: Read Entry

    Notes Î Office Î Organiser Î Notes New entry <New entry> Save Editor menu Save Store the entry. T9 input Activate, deactivate: Activate intelligent text entry or (page 31) deactivate it. T9 language: Choose language in which the memo is to be composed. Line feed Enter a line break.
  • Page 56: Businesscard

    Î Office Î Businesscard Last name: Tel./mobile: First name: Fax: Company: City: E-mail: Post code: Phone: Street: Tel./office: Country: URL: The content of the business card corre- sponds to international standards (vCard). When you are sending a business card as an SMS, note that a maximum of 160 char- acters can be transmitted.
  • Page 57: Calculator

    Î Office Î Calculator Calculator . =+ - * / Calculator Special functions Repeatedly press the right soft key (indicated in the display). Set decimal point. Result. Addition. Subtraction. Multiplication. Division. ± Toggle between "+" and "-". Convert to percentage. 4567 Save the number displayed.
  • Page 58: Currency Conv

    Î Office Î Currency conv. Enter currency EUR ATS BEF DEM ESP FIM FRF IEP LUF NLG PTE Press the right soft key repeatedly (indicat- ed in the display): Set decimal point. Currency conv. Input Menu Decimal point Calculator Convert Currency conv.
  • Page 59: Time Zones

    Î Office Î Clock Î Time zones Time zones View Display the time zone select- ed with name and date. Set the time zone. Rename Assign a new name to the time zone. Auto time- The time zone is switched to zone local time automatically by the network.
  • Page 60: Stopwatch/countdown

    Stopwatch/Countdown Stopwatch Î Surf & fun Î Stopwatch Stopwatch 00:00:00 Start Intermediate time Stopwatch-Menu Save Rename Delete List .000 Delete all Options Countdown Î Surf & fun Î Countdown Start/ Stop Record the time(s) taken and assign a symbol to them. Rename the entry selected.
  • Page 61: Games

    Î Surf & fun Î Games Game instructions Key control function depends on the game Games...
  • Page 62: Profiles

    Norm.environ., Quiet environ., Noisy environ., Car kit, Headset <No Title> Without Alarm is Activate Î Profiles Profiles Norm.environ. Quiet environ. Noisy environ. Activate Profiles Setup Profiles-Menu Activate Edit Rename Options Copy from Activate the current profile. The following functions can each be set individually for a profile: Ringer setting page 65...
  • Page 63: Without Alarm

    Car kit Headset Profiles Without Alarm Activate Î Profiles Normal operation Without Alarm...
  • Page 64: Favourites

    Î Favourites For fast access: Press then ... twice. Apply If the selected entry is a phone number, you can also call with the Call key. Favourites Change Reset...
  • Page 65: Fast Access Key

    provider (e.g. access to " es"). This key assignment may be unmodifi- able. The soft key may sometimes be replaced with to access a new message. Fast access key Left soft key Edit by your service SIM servic- Apply (Service Provider) 01.04.2001 Menu Games...
  • Page 66: Speed Dialling Numbers

    Speed dialling numbers page 63 The following key is reserved: = mailbox number (page 40) Edit "Games" Phone number Internet Fast access key Apply Quick menu selection Messages New SMS...
  • Page 67: Audio

    Î Audio Î Ringer setting In standby mode: activate, deactivate also with Hold down. Volume All calls  Calls VIP Calls Event Messages Cell broadcast services Displays rising volume. (page 72). Audio Silent alert Filter Information tones Key tones Click Tone Extended Silent...
  • Page 68: Melody Manager

    Î Surf & fun Î Melody mana- Load Individual 4 Melody manager Load Save Individual 4 Receive melody Ringertones, operator bitmaps, screensav- ers and other services for your Siemens Mobile Phone can be found at: http://www.my-siemens.com/city Individual 1 Explorer Individual 1 Explorer...
  • Page 69: Compose Melody

    Melody manager Menu Play Play the current melody. Save as... Store melody on Individual 4 or on the Explorer (*.mid). Send via (see page 82) Load Load melody from Individual 4 plorer. Discard The current melody is deleted from the melody manager. Delete Delete the melody from the Individual 1...
  • Page 70: Setup

    Setup Device Î Setup Î Device Î Bitmap viewer Language *#0000# Display Own greeting Screensaver...
  • Page 71 Î Setup Î Device Î Illumination Big letters Contrast Setup Keys Any key to answer Auto key lock Key tones Click Tone Silent...
  • Page 72 Setup Status Factory settings Phone identity Fast search T9 input T9 preferred T9 language...
  • Page 73 Security Keep these confidential numbers in a safe place where you can access them again if required. Protects your SIM card (personal identification number). PIN 2 This is needed to set the charge detail display and to access addi- tional functions on special SIM cards.
  • Page 74 Î Setup Î Security Î Only (PIN 2 protected) Only last 10 (Phonecode protected) Prevent new SIM (Phonecode protected) Setup Network Î Setup Î Network Î Connection Select Special settings can be made for each phone number (e.g. melody, call divert etc). Switch to the required phone number first.
  • Page 75 Î Setup Î Network Î  Configuration Network info Choose network Auto network Choose network Setup Preferred network <No Title> Band selection...
  • Page 76: User Group

    Î Setup Î Network Î  Barrings Outgoing access Outgoing international Outgo internat. x home barred All incoming calls When roaming Setup Status check Clear all User group Î Setup Î User group User group Select group...
  • Page 77: During Calls

    Î Setup Î User group Outgoing access Preferred group Setup During calls Î Setup Î During calls Î Call waiting Hide ID...
  • Page 78: Data Services

    In order to ensure optimum data flow when the telephone is connected to a computer by cable, please use only original accesso- ries for S45: Data Cable Professional with the order number: S30880-S4501-A801-1 or S30880-S4501-A802-1. CSD settings...
  • Page 79 Î Setup Î Connectivity Î IrDA(infrared) Fax/data mode Baud rate 115,2 Kbit/s 57,6 Kbit/s 38,4 Kbit/s 19,2 Kbit/s Setup Authentication Time/date This function is identical to page 57. Î Setup Î Time/date Time/date...
  • Page 80 Accessories Î Setup Î Accessories Î Headset User-definable settings: Auto answer (factory default: off) Switch between the phone and the Headset Automatic settings: Setup Car kit Modifiable settings: Auto answer (factory default: on) Auto phone off (factory default: 2 hours) Automatic settings: HomeStation...
  • Page 81: Explorer

    Î Surf & fun Î Explorer Start Bitmap Start Bitmap viewer (page 69). Melodies Start melody manager (page 66). SMS messages (Out), SMS messages (In). The messages are displayed in the editor. Voice memo Use the dictaphone to play back voice memos (page 47).
  • Page 82: Siemens Quick Sync

    Siemens Quick Sync Siemens Quick Sync Software installation Operating instructions Connection Flexible memory Explorer Addressbook Dictaphone SMS Archive Melodies Pictures...
  • Page 83: Fax/data Mode Using A Pc

    Fax/Data mode using a PC Î Setup Î Connectivity Î Fax/data mod. Fax/data mod. Sending Receiving Speech/fax Send Î Setup Î Connectivity Î Fax/data mode Î Send vce/fax Send vce/fax Receive Î Setup Î Connectivity Î Fax/data mode Î Voice/fax rec End transmission...
  • Page 84: Send Via

    Send via .../ Print via IrDA Send via ... IrDA Print via IrDA...
  • Page 85: Display Symbols (selection )

    Display symbols (selection ) Displays Strength of incoming signal. Charging completed. Battery indicator. All calls are diverted. Ringer off. Short ringer (beep) only. Ringer only if caller is stored in the Addressbook/Phonebook. Alarm is set. Key lock active. Transmission unencrypted. Phone numbers/names: SIM Card.
  • Page 86: Siemens Service

    Siemens Service Internet: http://www.my-siemens.com Original Siemens accessories You can buy original Siemens accessories at http://www.my-siemens.com; in countries marked with an asterisk *, you can also call the phone number shown.
  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    If problems occur when using the phone, try to find a solution here first. Problem Possible causes Troubleshooting If the problem persists, check with your serv- ice provider or the Siemens Service. Possible corrective measures...
  • Page 88 Troubleshooting Problem Possible causes Possible corrective measures...
  • Page 89 Problem Possible causes Damage Reset all settings to the factory default: Further information can be found on the Internet under: http://www.my-siemens.com/productservice Troubleshooting # 9 9 9 9 # Possible corrective measures...
  • Page 90: Specifications/maintenance

    Specifications/maintenance Declaration of conformity Technical data GSM class: 4 (2 Watt) Frequency range: 880 - 960 MHz GSM class: 1 (1 Watt) Frequency range: 1,710 - 1,880 MHz Weight: 93 g Dimensions: 109x46x20 mm (69 ccm) Operating voltage: 3.6 Volt Operating temperature:-10°C - 55°C Standby time: Up to 300 h.
  • Page 91: Accessories

    Basics Li-Ion Battery (840 mAh): L36880-N4501-A100 Travel Charger: L36880-N4001-A103 (Euro) L36880-N4001-A104 (UK) Desk Top Charger: L36880-N4501-A101 Headset PTT: L36880-N4001-A123 Retractable Headset PTT: L36880-N4001-A160 Car Charger: L36880-N4001-A108 Mobile Holder: L36880-N4501-A102 Mobile Holder Antenna: L36880-N4501-A103 Carry Set: L36880-N4501-A105 Basic Car Pack: L36880-N4501-A107 Accessories Leather Holster: L36880-N4001-A154 Belt Case: L36880-N4801-A116...
  • Page 92 Car Kit Upgrade: L36880-N4501-A106 Optional Car Kit accessories L36880-N3015-A123 L36880-N4001-A121 L36880-N3101-A112 Data/Applications Soft Data Link 5.0: L36880-N4501-A115 Data Cable: L36880-N3101-A102 Innovations MP3-Player USB: L36880-N4501-A114 Accessories HomeStation L36880-N4501-A118 (Germany) L36880-N4501-A120 (Italy) L36880-N4501-A122 (Spain) L36880-N4501-A124 (France) L36880-N4501-A126 (Great Britain) L36880-N4501-A128 (Danmark) L36880-N4501-A130 (Norway/Finland) http://www.siemens.com/ mobilestore...
  • Page 93: Index

    Index...
  • Page 94 Index...
  • Page 95 Index...
  • Page 96 Help SIM Services (Optional) Messages New SMS Use SM-template Inbox Outbox Voice message Cell broadcast Setup Records Calls missed Calls received Calls dialled Time/Charge Charge settings Erase records Office Addressbook Phonebook Archive Read new CB Archive Broadcast Read new CB Topic list Auto display Topic index...
  • Page 97 Office Organiser Clock Businesscard Dictaphone Calculator Currency Conv. Voice control Surf & Fun Internet Games Stopwatch Countdown Bitmap viewer Melody manager Explorer Profiles Norm. Environ. Quiet Environ. Noisy Environ. Car Kit Headset Without Alarm Audio Ringer setting Volume Melodies Compose melody Filter Silent alert Key tones...
  • Page 98 Divert Unanswered All calls Specific divert Receiving fax Receiving data Status check Clear all Setup Device Security Network If n. reachable If no reply If busy Language Display Own Greeting Screensaver Bitmap viewer Illumination Big letters Contrast Keys Any key answer Auto key lock Key tones Status...
  • Page 99 Setup Network User group During calls Connectivity Time/Date Accessories Favorites Barrings All calls out Outgoing International Out.Int.x Home All calls in When roaming Status check Clear all User group Select Group Outgo. Access Preferred group Call waiting Conceal ID GPRS GPRS Info IrDA Data Services...

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