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  • Page 1 Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2004 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Safety precautions ... 3 Overview of phone ... 5 Display symbols ... 7 Getting started ... 9 Insert SIM card/battery ... 9 Inserting an RS MultiMediaCard ... 10 Charge battery ... 11 Switch on/off, PIN entry ... 13 Entering the PIN ... 13 Emergency number (SOS) ...
  • Page 3 Table of Contents Contact lists ... 64 Start Inst. message ... 67 Msg. history ... 68 Setting ... 68 CB services ... 70 Text zoom ... 70 Surf & fun ... 71 Internet ... 71 Bookmarks ... 73 Games and Applications ... 74 Downl.
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Otherwise you risk serious permanent damage to your hearing. Only use original Siemens batteries (100 % mercury-free) and charging devices. Other- wise you risk serious damage to health and property. The battery could explode, for instance.
  • Page 5 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 6: Overview Of Phone

    Overview of phone Call key Dial displayed/highlighted phone num- bers/names, take calls. In standby mode, show last phone numbers dialled. On/Off/End key • Switched off: press and hold to switch on. • During a conversation or in an appli- cation: press briefly to finish. •...
  • Page 7 Overview of phone Integrated antenna Do not obstruct the phone above the battery cover unnecessarily. This reduces the signal quality. Loudspeaker 3 kl Plus-minus key • During a call: volume high – low. • In menus, lists, Internet sites: scroll up and down.
  • Page 8: Display Symbols

    Display symbols Display symbols (selection) Strength of receiving signal Charging Battery charge level, e.g. 50% Phonebook Call records Surf & fun/ Service provider portal Organiser Messages Camera Extras My stuff Setup All calls are diverted Ç Ringer (beep) off ¿ Short ring (beep) only ¾...
  • Page 9 Display symbols Message symbols (selection) Unread Read Draft Sent MMS not sent MMS notification received MMS notification read MMS with DRM contents (p. 14) E-mail forwarded E-mail with attachment Voice mail received À Camera symbols Switch to photo mode È Switch to video mode É...
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    Getting started The phone is packaged in dismantled form and must be re-assembled prior to using for the first time. Your phone's display is sup- plied with a protective film. Remove this film slowly before assembling the phone. In rare cases, static discharge may cause dis- colouration at the edges of the dis-...
  • Page 11: Inserting An Rs Multimediacard

    Getting started • Insert the battery sideways into the phone , then press it down- wards until it clicks into posi- tion. • To remove the battery, pull it out with the retaining tab on the side. • Place the cover in position and push it towards the front it latches into place.
  • Page 12: Charge Battery

    • If necessary, use the battery cover • Finally, close the cover again. • Before removing the RS MultiMedia- Card, carry out the tion in the My stuff This prevents any possible data loss. • To remove the RS MultiMedia- Card, open the cover and press the card briefly (if necessary, use the battery cover).
  • Page 13: Operating Times

    Getting started Operating times The operating time depends upon the respective conditions of use. Extreme temperatures considerably reduce the phone’s standby time. Avoid placing the phone in the sun or on a heater. Talktime: 100 to 300 minutes Standby time: 60 to 250 hours Charge icon not visible If the battery has been discharged fully, the charge icon is not immedi-...
  • Page 14: Switch On/Off, Pin Entry

    Switch on/off, PIN entry Switching phone on/off Press and hold the On/Off/ End key. Entering the PIN The SIM card can be protected with a 4 to 8-digit PIN. Enter the PIN using the number keys. The charac- ters appear to **** ensure nobody can read your PIN on the display.
  • Page 15: General Instructions

    General instructions General instructions Standby mode The phone is in standby mode and is ready for use when the name of the service provider appears on the dis- play. Press and hold the On/Off/ End key to return to standby mode from any situation.
  • Page 16: User Guide

    User guide Menu controls The steps needed to reach a function are shown in a condensed form in the user guide, e.g. to display record of missed calls in condensed form: ¢ ¢ Calls missed This comprises the following steps: Open main menu.
  • Page 17: Standard Functions

    Standard functions Standard functions Option menus Functions which appear repeatedly in the options menu are listed here. Open menu. §Options§ Edit Open the entry to edit. View Display entry. Delete/ Delete entry/delete all Delete all entries after confirmation. New entry Create new entry.
  • Page 18: Highlighting Mode

    Highlighting mode With some applications (e.g. Phone- book/Addressbook), you can high- light one or more entries in a list in order to carry out a function jointly. §Options§ Open menu. Activate highlighting Mark mode. If a non-highlighted entry is selected, this can be highlighted: The current entry is high- §Mark§...
  • Page 19: Security

    Security Security The phone and SIM card are pro- tected against misuse by several security codes. Keep these security codes in a safe place where you can access them again if required. Codes Protects your SIM card (Personal Identification Number). PIN2 This is needed to set the charge detail display and to access...
  • Page 20: Preventing Accidental Activation

    If this occurs, contact Siemens Service (p. 122). Clear SIM card barring If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred. Enter...
  • Page 21: Text Entry

    Text entry Text entry Text entry without T9 Press the number key repeatedly until the required character appears. After a brief interval the cursor will advance. Example: Press once briefly to write the letter a, twice to write b etc. Press and hold to write the number.
  • Page 22: Input Menu

    Input menu For text input: Press and hold. The input menu is displayed: Text format Input language Mark Copy/Insert Text entry with T9 “T9” deduces the correct word from the individual key entries by making comparisons with an extensive dic- tionary.
  • Page 23 Text entry T9 word suggestions If several options are found in the dictionary for a key sequence (a word), the most probable is dis- played first. If the word you want has not been recognised, the next sug- gestion from T9 may be correct. The word must be shown §highlighted§.
  • Page 24: Text Modules

    Text modules Text modules can be stored in the phone for adding to your messages (SMS, MMS, e-mail). Write text modules ¢ ¢ Text modules Select §Options§ Write text. Open menu and select §Options§ Save. Accept the sug- gested name or allocate a new one.
  • Page 25: Calling

    Calling Calling Dialling with number keys The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Enter the number (always with area/international dialling code). A short press clears the last digit, a long press clears the entire phone number. Press the Call key. The dis- played phone number is dialled.
  • Page 26: If The Number Is Busy

    If the number is busy If the called number is busy or can- not be reached because of network problems several options are availa- ble (depending on the service pro- vider). An incoming call or any other use of the phone interrupts these functions.
  • Page 27: Accept Call

    Calling Accept call The phone must be switched on. An incoming call will interrupt any other use of the phone. Press. Press. A phone number transmitted by the network plus the corresponding name (possibly with a picture) are displayed if they are stored in the Phonebook/Addressbook (p.
  • Page 28 When the new connection is established: Swap between calls. §Swap§ Incoming calls during a call You may need to register for this service with your service provider and set your phone accordingly (p. 83). During a call, you may be advised that there is another call waiting.
  • Page 29: Call Options

    Calling All calls in the conference are ended when you press the End key. Call options The following functions are only available during a call: Press. Hold Hold current call. Microphone If switched off, the person on the other end of the line cannot hear you (muting).
  • Page 30: Switch Off

    Apply To dial the phone number §Carola§ (e.g. Carola’s phone number), press and hold the right soft key. Switch off Press and hold. Enter phone code. Confirm input. Tone sequences (DTMF) You can, for example, enter control codes (numbers) for remote access to an automatic answering machine while another connection exists.
  • Page 31: My Items

    Where do I get what? You can purchase additional ring- tones, logos, animations and Java applications from your service pro- vider or directly from Siemens. Service provider portal Depending on your service provider, you will find direct access to his por- tal on your telephone via menu items or bookmarks.
  • Page 32: Default Book

    Default book ¢ ¢ Select function. Show entries The entries in the default book (Addressbook or Phonebook) are shown. Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. New entry Create new entry. (see also p. 32) Addressbook (see also p. 36) Phonebook Default book You can set which directory you pre-...
  • Page 33: Addressbook

    Addressbook Addressbook The Addressbook can store up to 1,000 entries, each with a variety of phone and fax numbers as well as additional address details. These entries are managed in the phone memory separately from those in the Phonebook. However, you can exchange data between the Addressbook and the Phonebook on the SIM card.
  • Page 34: Display Options

    With the mobile phone manager (p. 117) you can synchronise your Addressbook with Outlook ® , Lotus Notes™ and other Siemens phones. Using Remote syncr. you can synchronise your mobile with an organiser stored on the Internet (see also p. 112).
  • Page 35: Change Entry

    Addressbook Change entry Open Addressbook (in standby mode). Select required entry. Press. §Edit§ Select input field. §Edit§ Open entry. Make changes. Save. §Save§ Call entry Open Addressbook (in standby mode). Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. The number is dialled. If there are several numbers in the Addressbook entry, these are offered for selection.
  • Page 36: Groups

    Groups Nine groups are specified in your phone to enable you to arrange your Addressbook entries clearly. You can rename seven groups. Open Addressbook (in standby mode). Select (the number of <Groups> entries is listed after the group name). Select group. List entries in the group for viewing and editing.
  • Page 37: Phonebook

    Phonebook Phonebook Entries in the Phonebook (on the SIM card) are managed separately from those in the Addressbook. You can, however, exchange data between the Phonebook and the Address- book. New entry If the Phonebook has been selected as the default book: Open Phonebook (in standby mode).
  • Page 38: Call (Search For An Entry)

    Call (search for an entry) Open Phonebook. Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. Phone number is dialled. Call using record no. A record number is automatically assigned to every new entry in the Phonebook. Enter record number. Press.
  • Page 39: Special Books

    Phonebook <Special books> Open Phonebook (in standby mode). <Special books> Select. <Own numbers> Enter “own” phone numbers in Phonebook (e.g., fax) for informa- tion. These numbers can be changed, deleted and also sent as an SMS message. <VIP numbers> Display the phone numbers saved in group.
  • Page 40: Call Records

    Call records The phone number of a caller is dis- played if • the caller has switched off the Hide ID function and • the network supports the “Caller Identity” function. Alternatively, a caller’s name is dis- played if it is stored in the Phone- book/Addressbook.
  • Page 41: Durat/Charges

    Durat./charge Durat./charge You can display the charges and duration during a call. You can set a unit limit for outgoing calls. ¢ ¢ Durat./charge Select Last call All outg. calls All incoming Remain. units Charge sett. Scroll through the display. Open item.
  • Page 42: Camera

    Camera You can view photos/videos record- ed on the integrated camera imme- diately and • use the photo as a background image, logo, a start-up/shutdown animation or a screensaver; • assign the photo to an Address- book entry; • send the photo/video via MMS or e-mail;...
  • Page 43: Photo Mode

    Camera Photo mode Take a photo. Display the preview image for the next photo. The photo is saved with a name, the date and the time. To enter the name, see in the options Setup menu. Settings prior to taking a photo: Set the brightness.
  • Page 44: Camera Options

    Camera options The following functions are availa- ble, depending on the current situa- tion. Open menu. §Options§ Settings • Name for recordings • Image resolution • Colour mode: normal, sepia, grey tones. • Storage medium: My stuff RS MultiMediaCard (p. 116) Pictures Display list of photos.
  • Page 45: Inbox

    Inbox Inbox The inbox folder offers immediate access to the messages currently received. This means that you no longer have to look through all inbox folders for the various message types. The entries are marked with a symbol to indicate their type and sta- tus.
  • Page 46: Sms

    You can use your phone to transmit and receive very long messages (up to 760 characters). They are auto- matically composed of several “nor- mal” SMS messages (note higher charges). Additionally, you can insert pictures and sounds in an SMS. Write/send ¢...
  • Page 47 Picture&sound Send pictures and sounds with or without accompanying text. Remember that these may be pro- tected (DRM, p. 14). With the text input field open: Open menu. §Options§ Select Picture&sound. The menu contains: Fix animations Fix sounds Own animat. Own pictures Own sounds Select list.
  • Page 48: Read

    Read Arrival of a new SMS announced in the display. Open Inbox the soft key beneath it. Reading the SMS. Scroll through message line by line. ç SMS 10.05.2004 + 12398765431 SMS text. . . Reply Reply You can answer the SMS that is cur- rently open immediately.
  • Page 49 Lists All SMS messages are archived in dif- ferent lists, according to their status. (For overview of message symbols, see p. 7): Inbox ¢ ¢ ¢ Inbox The list of received SMS messages is displayed. Draft ¢ ¢ ¢ Draft The list of not yet transmitted SMS messages is displayed.
  • Page 50: Setting

    Setting SMS signature ¢ ¢ Message setup ¢ ¢ SMS signature You can enter a “signature” with up to 16 characters. This signature will then be attached to each SMS except for a and when changes are §Reply§ made to an existing SMS. SMS profiles ¢...
  • Page 51 More information on SMS SMS status report If the message cannot be transmit- ted to the service centre you are offered the chance to repeat the transmission. If this also fails, con- tact your service provider. The message only indicates sage sent! transmission to the service centre.
  • Page 52: Mms

    The Multimedia Messaging Service enables you to send texts, pic- tures/videos and sounds in a com- bined message to another mobile phone or to an e-mail address. All elements of an MMS message are merged to form a “slide show”. Depending on your phone's settings, you will receive either the complete message automatically or notifica-...
  • Page 53 Sounds Select. <Sound> Display sound functions: Insert sound Open list to select a sound. Record Activate sound recording to record sounds (p. 109). Also possible. Open Play back sound. Delete Delete inserted sound. Save Save sound to use later on. Msg.
  • Page 54: Templates

    Generation options Open menu. §Options§ Send MMS Send MMS. Play Play entire MMS on the display. Picture... See p. 51. Sound... See p. 52. Text... See p. 52. Page page: Insert new page after current one. Delete page: Delete cur- rent page.
  • Page 55: Send

    Send The page(s) of the new MMS is (are) already created and the MMS is dis- played. Open address entry. ç MMS Subject: Greetings from London Send to: +1234567654321 | Size: 85 KB Þ ß á ] ì Enter a brief description. Subject: Enter one or more phone Send to:...
  • Page 56: Receive

    Sending options Open menu. §Options§ Send MMS Send MMS. Play Play entire MMS on the dis- play. Edit Display object selection so that object can be changed. Add recipient from the cur- recipient rent address directory. Delete Delete individual recipient. recip.
  • Page 57: Read

    Read An MMS has been received in full. Select the MMS. Start automatic playing of the MMS. Key functions for playback: To the next page. Press briefly once to return to the start of the current page; press briefly twice to return to the start of the previous page.
  • Page 58: Setting

    List options Different functions are offered depending on the list/situation. Open menu. §Options§ Play Play MMS on the dis- play. Edit Display MMS for processing. View Display MMS for view- ing only (write-pro- tected). Send MMS Send MMS. Reply MMS Reply to MMS immediately.
  • Page 59: User Settings

    User settings Set the MMS dispatch to suit your requirements: Delivery Request delivery confirma- report: tion for sent messages. Read reply: Request confirmation that the MMS has been read. Default Send priority: priority: Normal, High, Validity: Select the period of time in which the service centre is to try to deliver the mes- sage:...
  • Page 60: E-Mail

    E-mail Your phone has an e-mail program (client). You can use it to create and receive e-mails. Write ¢ ¢ Create new Enter the address details for the e-mail: Enter one or more e-mail Send to: address(es). Insert from Address- Ï...
  • Page 61: Receive/Read

    E-mail Receive/read ¢ ¢ Inbox ¢ Select function. Before an e-mail can be read, it must be retrieved from the server. You have two options: Retr. e-mail Only the message header in the (p. 44) is sent. You can then Inbox decide if you also want to receive the contents:...
  • Page 62: Setting

    Most of this data has Inbox already been entered. If not, you can obtain this from your service pro- vider. See also on the Internet at: Accounts Activate access Set access §Edit§ General sett.
  • Page 63: Voice Message/Mailbox

    Voice message/mailbox Voice message/mailbox ¢ ¢ ¢ Setup Most service providers provide a mailbox in which a caller can leave a voice mail for you • if your phone is switched off or not ready to receive, • if you do not want to answer, •...
  • Page 64: Inst. Message

    Inst. message With you can transfer Inst. message text, audio clips, pictures and files straight to and from one or more ter- minals (mobile phone, PC). This function is not offered by all service providers. Please ask your service provider about this. Your dialogue partners are entered in contact lists.
  • Page 65: Login

    Inst. message Login ¢ ¢ Inst. message Select the last account used (see also Automatic login: p. 69). Contact lists When the connection has been established, the contact list or the overview of the contact lists is shown for selection. In the contact list, you will find a list of the most recently used contacts.
  • Page 66: Manage Groups

    Manage groups Select one of the groups you set up yourself. Open menu. §Options§ Select. Manage Manage group Different functions are offered depending on the selection: Add member Add a new group member, see also Search Search for group member. memb.
  • Page 67: Contact List Options

    Inst. message Create a new contact list The current contact list is displayed. Open menu. §Options§ Contact lists Available contact lists are displayed. Open menu. §Options§ Create Select. Contact list ID: Give the contact list an unambiguous name. Name: Allocate self-explanatory name.
  • Page 68: Start Inst. Message

    Start Inst. message A contact list must be displayed. Select a contact or a group. Start communication with the contact. The page with the is displayed. message When a group is engaged in a dialogue, the name of the sender is placed in front of each contribu- tion.
  • Page 69: Msg. History

    Inst. message Options (group contact) Open menu. §Options§ Leave group Exit group. Details Information about the group: Group ID:, Name:, Topic:, Owner: Clear all Delete all texts in the cur- rent Inst. Message. Receiving objects If sounds or pictures are sent to you during a dialogue, you will be informed of such in the display.
  • Page 70 My settings Information on your current per- sonal status: Alias: Your own alias under which you can be found on the server. Screen Name to be displayed in name: the group. Mood: Information about your own mood, e.g. Happy, Sad, Status text: General text information, e.g.
  • Page 71: Cb Services

    CB services CB services ¢ ¢ ¢ Setup Some service providers offer infor- mation services (info channels, Cell Broadcast). If reception is activated, you will receive messages on the activated topics in your CB messages are displayed in standby mode; longer messages are scrolled automatically.
  • Page 72: Surf & Fun

    Bookmark site The current page is saved as a bookmark. Enter URL to dial an Inter- net address directly, e.g. wap.siemens- Reload current page. Display the URL of the page currently loaded for sending via SMS/MME/ e-mail.
  • Page 73: End Connection

    Surf & fun End connection Press and hold to clear down the connection and close the browser. Navigation in the browser • Select a link. • Settings, status on/off. • Press briefly: one page back. • One input field/link forward/back. •...
  • Page 74: Bookmarks

    Profiles Preparation of the phone for Internet access depends on the service pro- vider concerned: Profil pre-set In most cases, access profiles have already been created for one or more service provider(s). Select profile. Activate profile. Set profile manually If necessary, please contact your service provider.
  • Page 75: Games And Applications

    Most applications include instruc- tions. Some applications and games are already pre-installed on your phone. You will find these described under Requirements Browser profile (p. 72) and access (p. 92) must be configured already. Download Select the correct access depending...
  • Page 76: Additional Information

    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 77: Setup

    Setup Setup Profiles ¢ ¢ Profiles Several settings can be stored in a phone profile in order, for example, to adapt the phone to the surround- ing level of noise. • Five standard profiles are provided with default settings. They can be changed however: Normal environment Quiet environment...
  • Page 78: Aircraft Mode

    Rename Change personal profile (except default profiles). Car Kit If an original Siemens car kit is used, the profile is switched on automati- cally when the phone is inserted into the cradle (also see accessories). Headset The profile is only switched on auto-...
  • Page 79: Themes

    Setup Themes ¢ ¢ Themes Load a completely new visual pres- entation onto your phone. At the press of a key various functions are re-organised on a theme basis, e.g. Start up/shut down animation, wall- paper, screensaver, start up/shut- down melody, additional anima- tions.
  • Page 80: Display

    Display ¢ ¢ Display ¢ Select function. Language Set the language for the display text. When “automatic” is set, the lan- guage of your home service provider is used. If a language that you do not under- stand happens to be set, the phone can be reset to the language of your home service provider with the fol- lowing input (in standby mode):...
  • Page 81: Own Greeting

    Setup Timeout Set period after which the screen- saver starts. Security The phone code is requested to close the screensaver. Auto key lock Automatic keypad locking if no key has been pressed for one minute in standby mode. Unlocking: Press and hold. Note The animated Bitmap...
  • Page 82: Ringtones

    Ringtones ¢ ¢ Ringtones ¢ Select function. Set the signal tones on the phone to suit your requirements. Ringer setting Activate/deactivate all On/off tones. Reduce ringtone to a Beep short signal (beep). Silent alert To avoid the disturbance caused by a ringing phone, you can activate the silent alert function as an alterna- tive.
  • Page 83: Assign Ringtone

    Setup Assign ringtone A ringtone which has already been selected will be played or the list of possible ringtones will be displayed for selection. d Calls Assign a single ringtone to all phone numbers in the Addressbook. Group calls Assign a different ringtone to each group.
  • Page 84: Call Setup

    Call setup ¢ ¢ Call setup ¢ Select function. Hide ID When you make a call, your phone number can be displayed on the recipient's display (depending on the service providers). To suppress this display, you can enable the “Hide ID” mode for all sub- sequent calls or just for the next call.
  • Page 85: Minute Beep

    Setup All calls All calls are diverted. Symbol in the top line of the display in standby Ç mode. Not reachable Divert occurs if phone is switched off or is out of range. No reply A call is only diverted after a delay that is determined by the network.
  • Page 86: Phone Setup

    Phone setup ¢ ¢ Phone setup ¢ Select function. Key tones Set the type of acoustic key acknowledgement. Info tones Set service and alarm tones: Activate/deactivate tones. On/off Extended If switched on, a wider range of service tones is available, e.g. end of menu reached, network connection interrupted.
  • Page 87: File System

    Setup File system Format (Phone-code protected) The telephone memory is formatted and all saved data such as ringtones, pictures, games, etc. is deleted. Formatting may take longer than one minute. Clean up Create more memory by deleting temporary files no longer required. Master reset The phone is reset to default values (factory setting).
  • Page 88: Clock

    Clock ¢ ¢ Clock ¢ Select function. Time/date The clock must be set correctly once, at start-up. Press. §Change§ First enter the date (day/ month/year), then the time (hours/minutes/sec- onds). Additional information If the battery is removed for longer than 30 seconds, the clock must be reset.
  • Page 89: Connectivity

    Setup Connectivity ¢ ¢ Connectivity ¢ Select function. GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) Switch GPRS on/off. GPRS is a method for transmitting data faster in the mobile network. Use GPRS and if the network has suf- ficient capacity, you can be con- nected to the Internet permanently.
  • Page 90 Bluetooth™ (BT) Bluetooth™ is a short-range radio connection by means of which a headset or car kit, for example, can be connected without the need for wires. Using the Send/print in the options menu for the applica- tion concerned you can also use this route to send data.
  • Page 91 Setup The search is ended and the first 10 devices found are shown in a list. Start new search. §Retry§ Scroll to entry required. Dial the device or start the procedure for acceptance as a “confidential” device (see below). Open menu. §Options§...
  • Page 92 • My BT name The phone is given a name (max. 16 characters) – this is the name the partner sees. If no name is given, the phone uses the non-changeable device address. • others Set how your phone should respond to other BT devices.
  • Page 93: Data Services

    If necessary, check with your service provider for details. You will also find the current settings for the service provider on the Internet at in the FAQ section. Select profile Select the profile. Confirm selection. Set profile Select the profile.
  • Page 94 Fax/data Fax/data mode using a PC With the phone and a connected PC, you can transmit and receive faxes and data. Appropriate software for fax and data communication must be available on your PC and there must be a connection to the phone. Fax and data services must be ena- bled by the service provider.
  • Page 95: Security

    Setup Security ¢ ¢ Security ¢ Select function. Auto key lock The keypad is locked automatically if no key has been pressed for one minute in standby mode. This pre- vents the phone from being used accidentally. However, you can still be called and you can still make an emergency call.
  • Page 96 Barrings Barring restricts the use of your SIM card (not supported by all service providers). You need a 4-digit net- work password for network barring. Your service provider will give you this password. You may need to be registered separately for each barring.
  • Page 97: Network

    Setup Network ¢ ¢ Network ¢ Select function. Line This function is only displayed if it is supported by the service provider. Two separate phone numbers must be registered on the phone. Select line Select the currently used phone number. Display current phone number.
  • Page 98: Band Selection

    Your service provider is displayed: Display list of preferred §List§ networks. Create/change entry: or select an existing entry, <Empty> then select a new service provider in the list and confirm. Record new service provider (last entry in the list): Select, enter the provider data and save it.
  • Page 99: Accessories

    Headset Only in conjunction with an original Siemens headset (see accessories). If an original Siemens headset is used the profile is automatically activated when the headset is plugged in. Auto answer (factory default: off)
  • Page 100: My Menu

    My menu Press. Press. §My menu§ Create your own menu with fre- quently used functions, phone num- bers or Internet pages. The list of 10 entries is preset. You can, however, change it as you wish. Select the required entry. Confirm.
  • Page 101: Fast Access

    Fast access Fast access You can assign one important phone number or function to each of the two soft keys and number keys 2 to 9 (speed-dial numbers). The phone number can then be dialled or the function can be started at the touch of a button.
  • Page 102: Speed Dialling Keys

    Speed dialling keys Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as speed dialling numbers for fast access. Number key 1 is reserved for the mailbox phone number (p. 62) and number key 0 is reserved for switching between two connections during use (p.
  • Page 103: Organiser

    Organiser Organiser Calendar ¢ ¢ Calendar You can enter appointments in the calendar. Time and date must be set for the calendar to work correctly. The calendar offers you three views: Monthly view Special colour coding: Day with entries for appointments, day-long appointments, weekends.
  • Page 104: Appointments

    Appointments ¢ ¢ Appointments Appointments are displayed in chronological order in a list. Enter new appointment <New entry> Select. Types: Memo Text input for description. Voice memo Enter voice memo. Shown with alarm. Call Enter phone number to be displayed with the alarm.
  • Page 105: Tasks

    Organiser Alarm time: On/off Silent alert. Enter the period of time before the appointment and select the time unit: Minutes, Hours, Reoccurrence: Select a timeframe for repeating the appointment: No, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Enter a parameter for repeating: Forever, Until, Occurrences is selected, certain week- Weekly...
  • Page 106: Notes

    Status: Select or Outstanding. Done Priority: Select 5 levels from Lowest Use date If activated with Yes, the following time input option is offered. Due date:/Expiry time: Enter the date and time by which the task is to be completed. Alarm: and Standard as for ments.
  • Page 107: Dictating Mac

    Organiser Dictat.machine ¢ ¢ Dictat.machine Use the dictating machine to record short voice memos. • Use your phone as a dictating machine when on the move. • Record a memo as a reminder or as a note for others. • Add a voice memo to an appoint- ment in the calendar.
  • Page 108: Time Zones

    Time zones ¢ ¢ Time zones The time zone can be selected in the world map or a city list: World map Select the desired time zone. City list Select a city in the selected time zone. Time zone options §Options§...
  • Page 109: Extras

    Extras Extras SIM services (optional) ¢ ¢ SIM services Your service provider may offer spe- cial applications such as mobile banking, share prices, etc. via the SIM card. If you have such a SIM card, the SIM services will appear in the main menu under “Extras”...
  • Page 110: Sound Recorder

    Sound recorder Use the sound recorder to record noises and sounds for use as ring- tones. The sound recorder is usually started from other applications/func- tions such as assigning a ringtone. New recording Start from main menu ¢ ¢ Sound recorder <New entry>...
  • Page 111: Calc

    Extras Calc. ¢ ¢ Calc. The calculator can be used in a basic version and with an advanced range of functions. The input line and two calculation lines (including the matrix with the calculation func- tions) are located in the top half of the display.
  • Page 112: Stopwatch

    Example for units: Velocity Type Units Velocity Kilometres/h, Metres/sec, Miles/h, Miles/sec, Knots, Mach Converting the units/currency Select the source unit/ currency. Switch to the input field. Enter the quantity to be converted. Switch to the selection field. Select the target meas- urement unit/currency.
  • Page 113: Countdown

    (addresses, calendar, etc.) and syn- chronise these with the data on your phone. The data can, for example, be saved on a company computer or the Internet e.g.: Synchronise The computer is selected §Sync§ and synchronisation started. When completed,...
  • Page 114 Server sett. Providers Display the current service provider. Homepage: e.g. www.siemens- Port: Enter port number. e.g. 80. Login: Enter user name (login name). Password: Enter password (shown as a series of asterisks). Calendar path e.g. events Contacts path e.g. contacts Notes path e.g.
  • Page 115: Media Player

    Media player Media player When you are viewing a picture/ video or listening to a melody, the application starts a media playback. Press briefly to scroll to the next media file. Switch on display illumi- – nation. Pictures The following functions can be applied to a displayed picture: Zoom function if the dis- played picture has a...
  • Page 116: My Stuff

    My stuff To organise your files, you can use the file system like a PC file manager. There are separate folders for the various data types in ¢ The list of the folders and files is dis- played. The first entry in always the RS MultiMediaCard (p.
  • Page 117: Rs Multimediacard

    My stuff Directory structure Separate folders have already been created for different data types in stuff. These folders cannot be changed. Folder Description Pictures Pictures Videos Videos Anima- Start up/shut down tions animations Sounds Melodies Themes Loaded theme (zipped) Theme configura- tion (unzipped) Skins Loaded user inter-...
  • Page 118: Mobile Phone Manager

    You can compare and copy contacts between your phone, Outlook®, Lotus Notes™ and other Siemens phones (including Gigaset). Mobile Phone Manager SMS and MMS management (messages) Write MMS and SMS messages from the convenience of your PC.
  • Page 119 Mobile Phone Manager Bookmark management (browser & bookmarks) Use your PC to browse through the Internet and define your preferred sites. Save the Internet addresses as bookmarks on your phone so that you can quickly call them up at a later time when you are on the move.
  • Page 120: 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 below some frequently asked questions and answers. Problem Possible causes Phone cannot be On/Off key not pressed long switched on.
  • Page 121 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes No network connec- Weak signal. tion. Outside GSM range. Invalid SIM card. New network not authorised. Network call barring is set. Network overloaded. Phone loses network. Signal too weak. Calls not possible. Second line set. New SIM card inserted.
  • Page 122 Enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) supplied with the SIM card according to the instructions. If you have lost the PUK (MASTER PIN), contact your service provider. Contact Siemens Service (p. 122). Check with your service provider. Check settings (p. 93). Contact your service provider.
  • Page 123: Customer Care

    When calling customer service, please have ready your receipt and the phone identity number (IMEI, to display press software version (to display, press then §Info§) and if available, your Siemens Service customer number. If repair work is necessary, please contact one of our service centres: Abu Dhabi ...0 26 42 38 00...
  • Page 124 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 125: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and crafted with great care and attention and should also be treated with care. The suggestions below will help you to enjoy your phone for many years. • Protect your phone from moisture and humidity! Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain min- erals that will corrode electronic...
  • Page 126: Product Data

    Product data Declaration of conformity Siemens Information and Communi- cation mobile hereby declares that the phone described in this user guide is in compliance with the essential requirements and other rel- evant provisions of European Direc- tive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE). The declara- tion of conformity (DoC) concerned has been signed.
  • Page 127: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Fashion & Carry Carrying Cases A range of carry cases is available at spe- cialist shops or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online at: Siemens Original Accessories shop Energy Li-Ion Battery (750 mAh) EBA-660 Spare battery...
  • Page 128: Car Solutions

    Optional car kit accessories Car Data Adapter HKO-690 Phone-In Adapter HKO-570 Products can be obtained in specialist shops or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online: Siemens Original Accessories shop...
  • Page 129: Quality

    After six months, if the battery is clearly suffering from loss of performance, we recommend that you replace it. Please buy only Siemens original batteries. Display quality declaration For technological reasons, some small dots in other colours may appear in the display in rare cases.
  • Page 130: Guarantee Certificate (Uk)

    • In the case of new devices and their com- ponents exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the said device.
  • Page 131: Guarantee Certificate (Irl)

    • In the case of new devices and their com- ponents exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the said device.
  • Page 132: Sar - European Union (Rtte)

    While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, all Siemens products meet the legal requirements. * The World Health Organization (WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland) states that present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for use of mobile phones.
  • Page 133 European internal market. *** averaged over 10 g body tissue. **** SAR values may vary depending on national requirements and frequency bands. SAR information for different regions can be found at
  • Page 134: Sar - International (Icnirp)

    The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at the ear 0.48 W/kg***. SAR information can also be found at While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the international guidelines for safe RF exposure.
  • Page 135: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree > Show entries Default book <New entry> Business card Groups Default book <Info numbers> > Call records Calls missed Calls received Calls dialled Delete records Time/charge > URL/service provider Surf & fun Games Applications Downl. assist. Bookmarks Internet Camera...
  • Page 136 > Inbox Messages Draft Unsent Sent MMS templates SMS archive Text modules Message setup > E-mail WAP push Retr. e-mail Send/rec. mail CB services > E-mail > E-mail Retr. e-mail Send/rec. mail > E-mail > Text zoom Menu tree > SMS profiles SMS signature >...
  • Page 137 Menu tree > Message setup Messages > Organiser Calendar Appointments Tasks Notes Missed appts. Dictat.machine Time zones Calendar setup > SIM services Extras Alarm clock Sound recorder Calc. Unit converter Stopwatch Countdown Remote syncr. My stuff > Profiles Setup Themes Display >...
  • Page 138 > Display Setup Ringtones Call setup > Screensaver Start up anim. Shutdn anim. Own greeting Big letters Illumination Contrast > Ringer setting Silent alert Volume Calls Group calls Other calls More melodies > Hide ID Call waiting Divert Call screening Any key answ.
  • Page 139 Menu tree > Phone setup Setup Clock Connectivity Security > Key tones Info tones Automatic switch off Phone identity Memory assis. My stuff Master reset > Time/date Time zones Date format Time format Buddhist year Show clock Auto time zone >...
  • Page 140 > Security Setup Network Accessories > Codes This SIM only Barrings > Line Network info Choose netwrk Auto network Pref. network Band selection Fast search User group > Car Kit Headset Menu tree > PIN control Change PIN Change PIN2 Chg.phonecode >...
  • Page 141: Index

    Index Index Accessories... 126 Addressbook Dial entry... 34 Groups ... 35 New entry... 32 Read entry ... 34 Aircraft mode ... 77 Alarm Alarm clock... 108 Type ... 104 Alarm clock ... 108 All calls (diversion) ... 84 All incoming (barrings) ... 95 Answering service (external)...
  • Page 142 Conference... 27 Connection profiles ... 92 Connectivity ... 88 Contact list ... 64 Control code (DTMF) ... 29 Converter ... 110 Countdown ... 112 Credit limit ... 40 CSD settings ... 92 Currency converter ... 111 Customer care ... 122 Date format...
  • Page 143 Index Language ... 79 Limit (duration/charges) ... 40 Logo... 79 Loss of phone, SIM card ... 125 Mailbox ... 62 Maintenance of phone... 124 Master reset ... 86 Media player ... 114 Memory assistant ... 85 Menu Controls... 15 My menu ... 99 Speed dialling ...
  • Page 144 Set time/date... 87 Settings... 76 Short message (SMS)... 45 Shown in the display ... 7 Shut down animation ... 80 Siemens City Portal ... 30 Signal strength ... 14 Silent alert... 81 SIM card Clear barring ... 19 Insert ... 9 Problems...
  • Page 145 Index T9 text input... 21 Tasks ... 104 Technical data ... 125 Text entry With T9... 21 Without T9 ... 20 Text module ... 23 Themes ... 78 This SIM only ... 94 Time zones ...13, 87, 107 Unanswered ... 83 Upper and lowercase letters (T9) ...