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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Safety precautions ... 3 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) .. 5 Overview of phone ... 7 Getting started ... 9 Insert SIM card/battery ... 9 Charge battery ... 10 Switch on, off / PIN entry ... 11 Switching on your phone for the first time ...
  • Page 3 Bluetooth™ ...106 Text entry ...109 Special characters ...109 Input menu ...109 Predef. text ...110 Display symbols (selection) ...113 Notes A-Z ...114 Siemens Data Suite ...122 Questions & Answers ...124 Customer Care ...127 Accessories ...129 Specifications ...131 Exposure to radiofrequency signals ...131 Technical data ...131...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Do not view the activated infra- red interface [Class 1 LED product (classification under IEC 60825-1)] with an optical magnifier. Only use original Siemens bat- teries (100% mercury-free) and charging devices. Otherwise, considerable health risks and damage to the product cannot be excluded: the battery could explode, for instance.
  • Page 5 Mobile phones can interfere with the operation of nearby TVs, radios or PCs. Only use original Siemens ac- cessories to avoid possible damage to health and property and to comply with the existing regulations.
  • Page 6: Sar (specific Absorption Rate)

    THIS SIEMENS S55 PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIRE- MENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your wireless Siemens S55 phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for expo- sure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S.
  • Page 7 FCC RF expo- sure guidelines, use only Siemens approved accessories. When carry- ing the phone while it is on, use the specific Siemens belt clip that has been tested for compliance. Use of non-Siemens-approved acces- sories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.
  • Page 8: Overview Of Phone

    Integrated antenna Do not interfere with the phone unnecessarily above the battery cover. This reduces the signal strength. Loudspeaker Display indicators Signal strength/GPRS available/battery level. Control key See next page Input keys Numbers, letters Microphone Plus-Minus key • During a call:volume loud-quiet. •...
  • Page 9 Soft keys The current functions of these keys are dis- played in the bottom line of the display as §text§/icons Call key Dial phone number/name selected, take calls. Display last calls in standby mode. Control key In lists and menus: Scroll up/down.
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    Insert SIM card/battery The service provider supplies you with a SIM card on which all the im- portant data for your line is stored. If the SIM card has been delivered in credit-card size, snap the smaller segment out and remove any rough edges.
  • Page 11: Charge Battery

    Charge battery The battery is not fully charged when delivered. Plug charger cable into the bottom of the phone, plug power supply unit into a power sock- et and charge for at least two hours. Display when charging is in progress During charging.
  • Page 12: Switch On, Off / Pin Entry

    Activate/deactivate Hold down On/Off/End key to switch on or off. Enter PIN The SIM card can be protected with a 4-8 digit PIN. Enter the PIN using the number keys. Input is shown as a series of aster- isks; if you make a mis- take, press §Clear§.
  • Page 13: Standby Mode

    Standby mode Service provider 11/05/2002 My menu When the name of the service pro- vider appears on the display, the phone is in standby mode and ready for use. The left soft key may have different functions pre-assigned. Press the On/Off/End key repeatedly to return to standby mode from any situation.
  • Page 14: General Instructions

    User guide The following icons are used to ex- plain operation: Enter numbers or letters. On/Off/End key. Call key. Press control key on the side indicated. < > Soft keys Displays a soft-key function. §Menu§ Function dependent on ser- vice provider, may require special registration.
  • Page 15: Calls Missed

    Z Records My menu Press. §Select§ Press right soft key to open the Records submenu. Z Records Calls missed Calls received Calls dialed §Select§ Press. Press right soft key to open the Calls missed É Ñ Select Select §View§ list. Z Calls missed Office +55523765489...
  • Page 16: Security

    Codes The phone and SIM card are protect- ed against misuse by several security codes. Keep these confidential numbers in a safe place where you can access them again if required. Protects your SIM card (person- al identification number). PIN2 This is needed to set the charge detail display and to access ad- ditional functions requiring spe-...
  • Page 17: Prevent Accidental Activation

    22). It is then valid for all phone code-protected functions. After three incorrect entries the phone is locked. If this happens please contact Siemens Service (page 127). Clear SIM-card barring If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred. Enter...
  • Page 18: My Phone

    Photo Logo Composer to create personal pictures for your Address Book) can be found at: The Siemens City Portal also provides a list of countries in which these ser- vices are available. My menu Create your own menu with fre- quently used functions, phone num- bers or WAP pages (page 83).
  • Page 19: Calling

    Dialing with number keys The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Enter number (always with area code, if neces- sary with international dialing code). A short press clears §Clear§ the last digit, a long press clears the entire phone number.
  • Page 20: When A Number Is Busy

    When a number is busy If the number called is busy or can- not be reached because of network problems, several options are avail- able (depending on the service pro- vider). An incoming call or any other use of the phone interrupts these functions.
  • Page 21: Reject Call

    Reject call Press. The call will be for- §Reject§ warded if this has been set previously (page 90). Press briefly. Note Missed calls... page 33 Accept call using any key... page 90 Switch off ringer ... page 119 Handsfree You can put the phone aside during a call.
  • Page 22: Call Waiting/swap

    Call waiting/Swap You may need to register for this ser- vice with your service provider and set your phone accordingly (page 90). During a call, you may be advised that there is another call waiting. You will hear a special tone during the call.
  • Page 23: Babysitter

    Call menu The following functions are only available during a call: ; menu§ Open menu. Swap (page 21) Hold (page 21) Microphone Switch microphone on/off. If switched off, the person on the other end of the line cannot hear you (muting). Also: Handsfree (page 20)
  • Page 24: Switch Off

    Service provider 11/05/2002 Use the right soft key and hold it down to dial (e.g. Carol's phone number). Switch off Hold down. Enter phone code. §OK§ Confirm input. Press. §Change§ Confirm "Off". §OK§ Note Change phone code... page 16 12:30 Carol...
  • Page 25: Phonebook Or Addressbook

    §Menu§ Phonebook/Addressbook (Standard directory) Select function. Show entries Entries in standard directory (Addressbook or Phonebook) are shown. Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. The number is dialed. <New entry> Create new entry in standard directory. (see page 25) Phonebook (see page 28) Addressbook...
  • Page 26: 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 Addressbook. <New entry> If the Phonebook is set as standard (Addressbook as standard, page 24): Open Phonebook (in standby mode).
  • Page 27: Call (search For An Entry)

    Call (search for an entry) Open Phonebook. Select a name with first letter and/or scroll. Dial number. Icons in the open entry ¢,¡ Storage location (page 27) Call using record no. A record number is automatically assigned to every new entry in Phonebook.
  • Page 28 Phonebook Location: An entry can be moved from one storage location to another. ¢ SIM (standard) Entries stored in Phonebook on the SIM card can also be used on other GSM phones. ¡ Protected SIM Phone numbers can be stored in a protected location on a special SIM card.
  • Page 29: Addressbook

    500 entries, each with a variety of telephone and fax numbers as well as additional address details. These entries are managed separately from those in the Phonebook in the phone memory. However you can ex- change data between the Address- book and the Phonebook on the SIM card.
  • Page 30: Read/change An Entry

    Note <Groups> Group functions (page 32). Birthday After entering the date of birth, the "reminder box" can be ac- tivated. Now you can enter the date and time of the reminder in the organizer calendar. ¹ Copy data from another Ad- dressbook entry.
  • Page 31: Call (search For An Entry)

    Call (search for an entry) Open Addressbook (in standby mode). Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. The number is dialed. If an Addressbook entry has several numbers stored: R Addressbook ¿ 0555123454 v 0555987654 À 0555222345 Select phone number. The number is dialed.
  • Page 32: Voice Dialing

    Voice dialing Dial numbers by voice command. Up to 20 recorded names for voice dial- ing or voice commands (page 78) can be saved on the mobile (not on the SIM card). Record Open Addressbook (in standby mode). Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll.
  • Page 33: Groups

    9 groups are preset in your phone to enable you to arrange your Address- book entries clearly. You can rename seven groups. §Menu§ Addressbook Open Addressbook (in standby mode). Select (the number of en- <Groups> tries is listed behind the group name).
  • Page 34: Records

    Your phone stores the phone num- bers of calls for convenient redialing. §Menu§ Records Press. §Select§ Select call list. Press. §Select§ Select phone number. Dial phone number. Display information on §View§ the phone number. 10 phone numbers can be stored in each call list: Calls missed The phone numbers of calls that you...
  • Page 35: Durat/charges

    You can display charge details and the duration of different types of calls while you speak, as well as set- ting a unit limit for outgoing calls. §Menu§ Records Durat/charges Select type of call: Last call All calls Remain. units Display the data.
  • Page 36: Organizer

    Calendar Organizer Calendar §Menu§ You can enter appointments and tasks in the Calendar. It offers a • monthly overview, • weekly overview, • daily overview. Time and date must be set for the Calendar to work correctly (page 93). Monthly overview Nov 2002 Week Scroll between weeks.
  • Page 37: Calendar Options

    Agenda Select in the current over- §Agenda§ view. 11/05/2002 <New entry> 20:00 Movie i 13:00 Garage View Appointments (page 37) and, where applicable, any open tasks (page 39) for the current day are displayed in chronological order in the agenda. <New entry>...
  • Page 38: Alarm

    Note For additional Calendar settings, see below under Setup. Appointment with "alarm activated". Appointment with "alarm deactivated". Task. Priority task. Task completed. Task deadline exceeded. Synchronize with PC ® With XTNDConnect PC (page 122) you can synchronize your appointments with Outlook ®...
  • Page 39 Type: Memo. Description with up to 50 characters. Call. Enter phone number. Shown with alarm. Meeting. Description with up to 50 characters. Speech memo. Recording a voice memo at the end of input proce- dure (see also page 42). Description: Display in the agenda list.
  • Page 40: Tasks

    Alarm When the set date and time are reached there is an audible and a vi- sual alarm. If an alarm is missed it ap- pears in the list of missed appoint- ments (page 41). Alarm type Memo/Meeting: the text is shown in the display.
  • Page 41: Notes

    Priority: Select between 1 (high) - 5 (low). Default is 3. Use date When is selected, the following option is provided. Expire time: Enter date and time. Alarm: Enter a time (0-99) and a time unit (minutes, hours, days) at which an audible/visual notification of an im- pending task should be made.
  • Page 42: Missed Appointments

    Display entry Select entry. Open note. §View§ Notes menu §Options§ Open menu. View Display entry. Confidential Protect note with phone code (page 15). Change Display entry for editing. New entry Create new note. Delete Delete entry. Delete all Delete all notes after confirmation.
  • Page 43: Dictating Machine

    Dictating machine Use the dictating machine to record short voice memos. • Use your phone as a dictating ma- chine when on the move. • Record a memo as a reminder or as a note for others. • Add a voice memo to an alarm in the Calendar (page 38).
  • Page 44: Time Zones

    Play back In standby mode, press dictation key briefly. If the Options menu is set up accordingly, Handsfree (see following). Operation with display keys New recording §Menu§ Organizer Dictating machine The list of recordings is opened. Select. Start recording §Record§ Recording pause.
  • Page 45: Sms

    You can transmit and receive very long messages (up to 760 charac- ters) on your phone: these are auto- matically composed from several "normal" SMS messages (note higher charges). In addition, you can insert pictures and sounds in an SMS. Depending on the service provider, e-mails and faxes can also be sent and e-mails received via SMS...
  • Page 46: Picture&sound

    Text menu Open text menu. §Options§ Send Enter recipient's phone num- ber/select from Phonebook/ Addressbook, then send. Save Save composed text in draft list. Picture& Add pictures, animations Sound and sounds into message (see following text). Insert text Insert text blocks (page 110).
  • Page 47: Sms To Group

    Note Playback only occurs if the destination phone supports the EMS standard (page 115). In input mode, when sound is selected, it is shown as a wildcard. SMS to group You can send an SMS message as a "circular" to a recipient group. Open menu.
  • Page 48: Ringtones, Icons

    Reply menu Open reply menu. §Reply§ Write mess. Create a new reply text. Change Edit received SMS or add new text. Answer is YES Answer is NO Call back Add a standard text as a reply to the SMS. Delay Thanks When the SMS has been edited in the edit mode, it can be saved or...
  • Page 49: Archive

    Lists menu Each list offers different functions: Open menu. §Options§ View View entry. Reply Directly answer incoming SMS messages. Delete Delete selected SMS mes- sages. Delete all Delete all SMS messages af- ter confirmation. Send Dial number or select from Phonebook, then send.
  • Page 50: Mms

    The Multimedia Messaging Service enables you to send texts, pictures (including photos) and sounds in a combined message to another mo- bile phone or 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 51 Create MMS content An MMS message can consist of a se- ries of pages, each one of which may include a combination of text, sounds and pictures. Texts can be written with the help of T9 (page 110). Pictures and graphics produced with accessories such as digital cameras can be attached in JPEG, BMP, WBMP, PMG or GIF format.
  • Page 52: Text Menu

    Text menu Open menu. §Options§ Line feed Start new line. Save Save MMS text. Insert text Insert text block (page 110). Delete text Delete the whole text. T9 input preferred: Activate/ (page 109) deactivate T9. Input language: Select language for text. MMS menu Different functions are available, depending on context:...
  • Page 53: Receive/read Mms

    Receive/read MMS ‰ Indicates reception or no- tification of an MMS Service provider ‰ 11/05/2002 To read the MMS press the left soft key. Depending on the setting, (page 60) • complete MMS is played back or • the notification is opened. Press to receive the §Receiving§...
  • Page 54: Lists

    Lists All MMS messages are saved in various lists: Inbox Messages Inbox §Menu§ The list of MMS messages and notifi- cations received is displayed. To re- ceive an MMS subsequently, open notification and press §Receiving§. Draft §Menu§ Messages Draft The list of stored drafts is displayed. Unsent §Menu§...
  • Page 55 Capacity Size of current MMS as well as capacity still available are shown. Preview Play back current page. slide Slide list Display pages available for selection. Attachment Open list of attachments received. Content Selection of page contents to be archived, such as picture or sound.
  • Page 56: E-mail

    Your phone has its own e-mail client. You can use it to create and receive e-mails. Write/send e-mails §Menu§ Messages New e-mail Enter e-mail address E-mail address of recipient(s). E-mail address for the copy recipient. Bcc: E-mail address for blind copy recipient. Attach.: See below.
  • Page 57: Receive E-mail

    Receive e-mail Messages Inbox §Menu§ Receive e-mail Before an e-mail can be read, it must be retrieved from the server. The ser- vice provider is dialed with the set access profile and all e-mails are transmitted to the inbox list (page 98).
  • Page 58: Lists

    Read menu Depending on the situation, differ- ent functions are available. Open menu. §Options§ Reply The original e-mail is re- trieved. The sender is en- tered as recipient and can be changed as can the header and CC. Reply to all As above, but all recipients are listed in "Send to"...
  • Page 59 Sent §Menu§ Messages Sent The list of transmitted e-mails is displayed. List menu Each list offers different functions: Open menu. §Options§ View (page 56) Change Edit e-mail. Reply The original e-mail is re- trieved. The sender is en- tered as recipient and can be changed, as can the header and CC.
  • Page 60: Message Profiles

    SMS profile Messages Setup §Menu§ Up to5 SMS profiles can be set. The transmission characteristics of an SMS are defined in these. The pre- setting depends on the SIM card inserted. Select profile. Open menu. §Options§ Change sett. Select. Service Enter or change the service- center center phone numbers as...
  • Page 61: Mms Profile

    MMS profile Messages Setup §Menu§ A number of MMS profiles can be se- lected. The transmission characteris- tics of an MMS are defined in these. Select profile. Open menu. §Options§ Change sett.Select. Validity Select the period in which period the service center should try to deliver the message: Manual, 1 hour, Three hours, Six hours, 12...
  • Page 62: E-mail Profile

    If not, your service provider will supply you with the relevant information. See also the Internet at: Note Your service provider must support the fol- lowing protocols for successful data ex- change with the e-mail server: POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP or eSMTP.
  • Page 63: Select Profile

    IMAP4 Enter Internet address if the server type is IMAP4 and SMTP. IMAP4 Port: (Standard value: 143) SMTP server: * Enter Internet address. SMTP port: (default value: 25) SMTP Authen- Authentication: Yes/No tic.: SMTP A user password will be Password: required if "Authentica- tion"...
  • Page 64: Voice Mail/mailbox

    §Menu§ Messages Setup Voice message Most service providers supply an ex- ternal voicemail service. A caller can leave a voice message for you using this service if • your phone is switched off or not ready to receive, • you do not want to answer, •...
  • Page 65: Cell Broadcast

    §Menu§ Messages Cell broadcast Some service providers offer infor- mation services (info channels). If re- ception is activated, your will supply you with messages on the activated topics. Broadcast You can activate and deactivate the Cell Broadcast (CB) service. If the CB service is activated, standby time for the phone will be reduced.
  • Page 66: Surf & Fun

    Internet browser (WAP) Get the latest WAP information from the Internet, specifically adapted to the display options of your phone. You can also download games and applications onto your phone. Inter- net access may require registration with the service provider. Internet access §Menu§...
  • Page 67: Browser Menu

    Resume Call up most recently visited page still in memory. Go to... Enter URL to access WAP page directly, e.g. Select from list of most re- cently visited WAP address- Show URL Show URL of current page. Reload Reload page.
  • Page 68: Wap Profiles

    Notes Í Browser menu É Offline. Ê Online. Ë GPRS Online. Ì No network. Select special characters, such as @, ~, press repeatedly for: . ,? ! @ / & ~ + - = WAP profiles §Menu§ Surf & fun Internet Profiles Preparation of the phone for WAP In-...
  • Page 69: Games & More

    Java™ information ... page 117 Sounds (ringer)/ silent alert on/off... page 88 Applications and games can be found at: or on the Internet at: Games and applications Applications and links that are already stored on the phone are found under: §Menu§...
  • Page 70 Receive information If information required by an appli- cation that has already been in- stalled is received via SMS, the symbol appears in the display. By pressing the control key (on the left), the relevant application is started and the information is processed. Note The following key control is used for many games (virtual joystick):...
  • Page 71 In these cases, the pur- chaser will need to download the application again or re-enable it. Siemens does not warranty or guarantee or accept any liability for the cus- tomer's ability to download or enable applications...
  • Page 72: Profiles

    A profile allows several settings to be made with one function in order, for example, to adapt the phone to the surrounding level of noise. • Five standard profiles are provided with default settings. They can however be changed: Normal envi. Quiet environ.
  • Page 73: Aircraft Mode

    Rename Change personal pro- file (except default profiles). Car Kit If a Siemens original Car Kit is used, (page 130) the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is inserted into the cradle (page 104). Headset...
  • Page 74: Extras

    Alarm clock Extras §Menu§ Select function. The alarm will ring at the time you set, even when the phone is switched off. y Alarm clock Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su Edit Activate/deactivate the §On§ §Off§ alarm. Setting Display selected time and §Edit§...
  • Page 75: Currency Converter

    Currency converter Extras Currency converter §Menu§ You may calculate the exchange rates between three different currencies. Enter the currency If no currency has yet been entered, press for first input. §OK§ Otherwise: §Options§ Open menu Select, then if: New entry •...
  • Page 76: Stopwatch

    Stopwatch Extras Stopwatch §Menu§ Two intermediate times can be recorded and saved. ç Stopwatch 00:00:00,000 Start Reset to zero. §Reset§ Start/stop. Intermediate time. Control using side keys: Intermed. time Ò Key at top) Stopwatch menu §Options§ Save Reset Stopwatch list Options Start/stop Open menu.
  • Page 77: Countdown

    Countdown Extras Countdown §Menu§ A set time elapses. The last 3 sec- onds are indicated by a beep. At the end a special beep sounds. §Set§ Set period of time. Start counter. §Start§ Interrupt counter. §Stop§ §Edit§ Change period of time. Reset counter to starting §Reset§...
  • Page 78: Camera Menu

    Shot A shot (especially in high resolution) requires a few seconds to be pro- cessed. Ò Press side key on left; a new shot is taken, shown in the display and auto- matically saved. Flashlight The flash function can be activated/ deactivated in the options menu.
  • Page 79: Voice Command

    Voice command Functions can be started by a voice command. Up to 20 voice recordings for voice dialing or voice commands can be saved in the phone (not on SIM card!). Record §Menu§ Extras Voice command A list with available functions is displayed.
  • Page 80: Remote Synchronization

    Remote synchronization Extras Remote sync. §Menu§ You can use this function remotely to access externally filed data (ad- dresses, calendar, etc.) and synchro- nize these with the data on your phone. The data can, for example, be saved on a company computer or the Internet.
  • Page 81: Sim Services (optional)

    Activate remote sync. profile Sync. setup Select. Sync. Profile Select. Select profile. Activate. The current §Select§ profile is selected. SIM services (optional) 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 82: Fast Access Key

    The left soft key and the number keys 2 to 9 (speed dialing numbers) can each be assigned an important phone number or a function. The phone number can then be dialed or the function started at the touch of a button.
  • Page 83: Speed Dialing Keys

    Speed dialing keys Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as speed dialing numbers for fast ac- cess. For available key assignments see page 81. Number key 1 is re- served for the mailbox number (page 63). Edit In standby mode: Press a number key (2- 9).
  • Page 84: My Menu

    §Menu§ My menu Createn menu with frequently used functions, phone numbers or WAP pages. The list with 10 possible entries is preset. You can, however, change it as much as you want. Note For fast access from standby mode you can set the functionMy menu key (page 81).
  • Page 85: Filesystem

    To organize your files, you can use the file system like a PC file manager. The file system assigns special fold- ers to different data types. §Menu§ Filesystem A list of the folders and files is displayed. Navigate through this list using the control key: Scroll up and down.
  • Page 86 File system menu Open menu §Options Open Open folder. Mark See highlighting mode (page 116). Mark all All entries highlighted, see highlight mode (page 116). Move Place highlighted file or folder in temporary memory. Copy Copy highlighted file into temporary memory. Paste Transfer content of tempo- rary memory to current...
  • Page 87: Setup

    Display Setup Display §Menu§ Select function. Language Set display text language. When "au- tomatic" is set, the language of your service provider is used. If a lan- guage that you do not understand happens to be set, the phone can be reset to the language of your service provider with the following input (in standby mode):...
  • Page 88: Own Greeting

    Screensaver Menu Enable Activate/deactivate screen- saver. Style Analog clock Bitmap Select picture in file system. Preview Display screensaver. Timeout Set period after which the screensaver starts. Security Phone-code protected ter- mination of screensaver. Start anim. Select animation to be shown when phone is switched on.
  • Page 89: Audio

    Audio Setup Audio §Menu§ Select function You can set the tones to match your needs. Ringer setting Activate/deactivate all On/Off tones. Reduce ringtone to a Beep short signal (beep). Note Display: Beep. Display: Ringer off. Switch ringtones on/off... page 119 Silent alert To avoid the disturbance caused by a ringing phone, you can activate the...
  • Page 90: Key Tones

    §Menu§ Setup Audio Select a function. Melodies Set different ringtones for types of call/functions. Select: d Calls Group calls All calls Alarm Alarm clock Messages Cell broadcast §Select§ Press. Choose ringtone. Confirm. §Select§ Note Individual ringtones can be sent to you via (page 44) or you can download them (page 65).
  • Page 91: Keys

    Keys Setup Keys §Menu§ Select a function Any to answer You can press any key to accept an incoming call. (except Auto key lock When the key lock is activated, the keypad locks automatically if no key has been pressed for one minute in standby mode.
  • Page 92 Unanswered Select Unanswered. (covers the reply, Busy see right). §Select§ Press. Select. Enter the phone number to which the caller will be forwarded (if not already done). · select this phone number from the Addressbook/ Phonebook or via §Mailbox§. Confirm. After a short §OK§...
  • Page 93 Clear all All set diversions are cleared. Note Note that the forward is stored in the net- work and not in the phone (for example when the SIM card is changed). Check condition or delete it First select the condition. §Select§...
  • Page 94: Clock

    §Menu§ Setup Mobile Select function. Phone identity The phone identity number (IMEI) is displayed. This information may be useful for customer service. Alternative input in standby mode: # 0 6 # Checking software version page 119. Auto off The phone switches off each day at the set time.
  • Page 95: Connectivity

    §Options§ Open menu. Activate/deactivate daylight saving time. When daylight saving time is activated, a sun icon appears on the display. View Display the selected time zone with name and date. Set time zone. Rename Assign a new name to time zone.
  • Page 96 §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Select function. IrDA Your phone has an infrared inter- face. You can use this to exchange data (Addressbook entries, business card, SMS, organizer entries) with other devices that are also equipped with an infrared interface. The infrared interface is on the left side of the phone.
  • Page 97 Visib.t.others If this function is activated, then the address of this device or its Bluetooth™ name is transmitted if requested by other Bluetooth™ de- vices. Your phone can be "seen" by other Bluetooth™ devices. Under these circumstances, data can be sent or received.
  • Page 98 §Accessories§ Search for Bluetooth™ headsets, along with de- vices that use the "open speech protocol" for a Bluetooth™ connection, e.g. Car Kit, certain PCs. The number of devices found (a maximum of 10) is shown. Display of devices §View§ found so far. If the device you are looking for is not on the list, repeat the pro- cedure with...
  • Page 99: Data Services

    Data services §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Data services Select function. For the MMS, Wap applications, at least one connection profile must be set up and activated. If it has not been pre-installed, enter the data or enter the required set- tings (your service provider will sup- ply you with information on this): CSD settings (Circuit Switched Data)
  • Page 100 §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Data services Select function. 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.
  • Page 101: Security

    Security Setup Security §Menu§ Select a function Both phone and SIM card are pro- tected against misuse by several security codes. Codes PIN control, Change PIN, Change PIN2, Chg.phonecode, (page 15). Babysitter (Phone code protected) Only one phone number can be di- aled.
  • Page 102 Barrings Barring restricts the use of your SIM card (this is not supported by all ser- vice providers). You need a 4-digit password, which your service pro- vider will give you. You may need to register each barring separately with your service provider.
  • Page 103: Network

    Network Setup Network §Menu§ 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 Select phone number in current use. ‘ Display current phone number.
  • Page 104 Your service provider is displayed: Display list of preferred §List§ networks. Create new entry: • Select empty line, press §Entry§, then select another entry from the list of service providers and con- firm. Change/delete entry: • Select entry, press §Change§, then select another entry from the list of service providers and confirm or press §Clear§.
  • Page 105: Accessories

    • Automatic activation of the Car Kit profile when phone is inserted in cradle. Headset Only in conjunction with an original Siemens headset (page 129). The profile is automatically activated when headset is plugged in. User-definable settings Auto answer (factory default: off)
  • Page 106: Print Via

    The phone provides you with several methods for sending, receiving or printing texts and data via different transmission routes. Access to these functions is available in the option menu of the relevant application. These menu items can vary depend- ing on the application. Infrared (IrDA) By IrDA Application option:...
  • Page 107: Bluetooth

    Bluetooth™ Bluetooth™ is a short-range radio link. It permits wireless communica- tion between different terminal de- vices equipped with Bluetooth™ such as phones, phone accessories, printers and PCs. Every Bluetooth™ device has a unique address and a name. This guarantees a connection between the intended communication part- ners.
  • Page 108 Search device Search for Bluetooth™ devices. The device just found is shown in the display. • Device sought is found: Search is ended and de- §View§ vices that have been found are displayed. Select device. §Select§ Send. • More than 10 devices found: The search will finish when 10 devic- es have been found.
  • Page 109 The unknown device can be added to the list of known devices. Confirm query. §OK§ Shown in the display: ß Bluetooth™ switched on. â Bluetooth™ visible to others. á Bluetooth™ with data transfer. ã Call takes place via Bluetooth™. Phonebook and Addressbook entries and appointments can be sent as an SMS to other suitable mobile phones.
  • Page 110: Text Entry

    Enter text without T9 Press number key repeatedly until the required letter appears. The cur- sor will jump forward after a brief in- terval. Example: Press once briefly for a, twice for b etc. The first letter in each name is automatically written in UPPER CASE.
  • Page 111: Predef. Text

    T9 language versions If you want to load a dictionary in another language, you will find a large selection to download, plus related installation instruc- tions, in the Internet under: Open text menu. Select. Select. Activate T9. Open text menu.
  • Page 112 Write a word using T9 Since the display changes as you proceed it is best to finish a word without looking at the display. Simply press the keys once only where the relevant letter is located. For "hotel," for example, type: press briefly then 4 6 8 3 5...
  • Page 113 Correct a word Words written using T9: Move left or right, word by word, until the required word is §highlighted§. » Scroll through the T9 word suggestions again. §Clear§ Deletes the character to the left of the cursor and displays a new possible word! Words not written using T9: Move letter by letter to...
  • Page 114: Display Symbols (selection)

    Display indicators Signal strength. Charging. Loading status, e.g. 50%. All calls are fowarded. Ringer off. Short ringtone (beep) only. Ringer only, if caller is stored in the Phonebook/Addressbook. Alarm set. Alarm active. µ Key lock activated. Phone numbers/names: ¢ On the SIM card ¡...
  • Page 115: Notes A-z

    After six months, if the battery is clearly suf- fering from loss of performance, we recommend that you replace it. Please buy only Siemens original bat- teries. Control codes (DTMF) Sending conrol codes You can enter control codes (digits) during a call so that an answering machine can be controlled remotely.
  • Page 116 Dial-up access GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) GPRS is a new method for transmit- ting data faster in the mobile net- work. If you use GPRS and if the net- work has sufficient capacity, you can be connected to the Internet perma- nently.
  • Page 117: Highlighting Mode

    Highlighting mode With some applications (e.g. Ad- dressbook) one or more entries in a list can be highlighted to carry out a function jointly. §Options§ Open menu. Mark text Activate marking mode. N Addressbook o Anne o Barbara p Carol Mark text If an unmarked entry is selected, this can be highlighted:...
  • Page 118 The application can be started after installation. Please refer to the operating instructions for each application. Siemens does not guarantee that the downloaded and installed Java applications will work well with your mobile phone (page 70). Message memory full The SIM memory is full when the message icon flashes.
  • Page 119 Performance A full battery will deliver between 60 to 300 hours of standby time or 100 to 360 minutes of talktime. The length of performance depends on the operating conditions: Operation Time Decrease in the carried out (mins) standby time by Calling 30 - 60 minutes Display...
  • Page 120: Signal Strength

    Signal strength < Strong signal. > A weak signal reduces the call quality and may lead to loss of connection. Change your location. SIM card problems You have inserted your SIM card. Despite this, the following message appears: Please insert your SIM card Please ensure that the card is correct- ly inserted and the contacts are clean;...
  • Page 121 Two phone numbers Special settings can be given to each phone number (e.g. ringtone, call forwarding etc.). Switch to the re- quired number first. To switch the phone number/line in standby mode: Press. §Line 1§ Press. (Wireless Application Protocol) WAP is a technical standard that pro- vides the basis for connecting mo- bile radio networks with the Inter- net.
  • Page 122 Changing the home page The address of the homepage is set in WAP parameters (page 67). A WAP page must be shown in the display (online or offline): Open the browser menu. More ... Press. Profiles Select. Select the profile, for example: e-Commerce Select.
  • Page 123: Siemens Data Suite

    Siemens Data Suite age on the CD-ROM enclosed in this pack. You can use it to increase the functionality of your mobile togeth- er with a Windows® PC. Phone and PC are connected with one another via infrared (IrDA) or Bluetooth™...
  • Page 124: Contacts Management

    Addressbook and Phone- book and even synchronize these with other phones (including your Siemens DECT handset) or Outlook ® on your PC. You can create new entries on your PC, delete or change entries, and copy these onto your phone.
  • Page 125: Questions & Answers

    If you have questions relating to use of your handset, we are ready to help you at our website around the clock. For your information we have list- ed below some frequently asked questions and answers. Problem Possible causes...
  • Page 126 Problem Possible causes No network Weak signal. connection. Outside GSM range. Invalid SIM card. New network not authorized. Try manual selection or select a different network Network barred. Network overloaded. Phone loses Signal too weak. network. Calls not possible. Second line set. New SIM card inserted.
  • Page 127 SIM card according to the instruc- tions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, please contact your service provider. Contact Siemens Service (page 127). Contact your service provider. Check with your service provider. Check settings (page 99).
  • Page 128: Customer Care

    Simple, straightforward support for technical and operational queries is available from our online support service on the Internet: or in the "Questions & Answers" section, page 124. If repair work is necessary please contact one of our service centres. In some countries repair and replace services are impossible where the products are not sold through our authorised dealers.
  • Page 129: Customer Care

    Zimbabwe ...04 36 94 24 Note When calling customer service, please have ready your receipt and the phone identity number (IMEI, to display press #06#), the software version (to display press #06#, then §Info§) and if available, your Siemens Service customer number.
  • Page 130: Accessories

    Includes a belt clip and a retaining clip for discreetly fastening the mobile phone on clothes or in a bag. Carrying Cases A range of carrying cases is available at spe- cialty shops or you can visit the Siemens Mo- bile Store online: Original Siemens Accessories mobilestore...
  • Page 131: Car Solutions

    Car Handset HKO-550: L36880-N3015-A123 VDA Adapter Cable HKO-560: L36880-N4001-A121 Car Data Adapter HKO-530: L36880-N5701-A108 Push To Talk Key HKO-520: L36880-N4501-A135 Products can be obtained in specialty shops or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online: Original Siemens Accessories mobilestore...
  • Page 132: Specifications

    Exposure to radiofrequency signals Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio trans- mitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radiofre- quency (RF) signals. In August 1996, The Federal Com- munications Commission (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for hand-held wireless phones.
  • Page 133: Maintenance

    Maintenance tips • The SIM card should be treated with the same care as a cheque guarantee card. Do not bend or scratch it or expose it to static electricity. • Clean the card with a damp cloth or an antistatic wipe without chemical cleaning agents.
  • Page 134: U.s. Fda

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Mobile Phones FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes what is know — and what remains unknown —...
  • Page 135 How much evidence is there that hand- held mobile phones might be harmful? Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; howev- er, research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence is conflicting and many of the studies that have been done to date have suffered from flaws in their research methods.
  • Page 136 The cells in this assay showed changes after expo- sure to simulated cell phone radia- tion, but only after 24 hours of expo- sure. It is possible that exposing the test cells to radiation for this long re- sulted in heating.
  • Page 137 and industry, to assure that research is undertaken to provide the neces- sary answers to the outstanding questions about the safety of mobile phones. What is known about cases of human cancer that have been reported in users of hand-held mobile phones? Some people who have used mobile phones have been diagnosed with brain cancer.
  • Page 138 • Cooperate in providing mobile phone users with the best possible information on what is known about possible effects of mobile phone use on human health. At the same time, FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies that have responsi- bility for different aspects of mobile phone safety to ensure a coordinat- ed effort at the federal level.
  • Page 139 • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): • United Kingdom, National Radio- logical Protection Board: • Cellular Telecommunications In- dustry Association (CTIA): • U.S. Food and Drug Administra- tion (FDA) Center for devices and Radiological Health: consumer/...
  • Page 140: Fcc/industry Canada Notice

    FCC/Industry Canada Notice ustry 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 141: Ten Driving Safety Tips

    Your Siemens wireless phone gives you the power to communicate by voice — almost anywhere, anytime. But an important responsibility ac- companies the benefits of wireless phones, one that every user must uphold. When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility.
  • Page 142 Dial sensibly and assess the traffic. If possible, place calls when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to plan your calls before you begin your trip, or attempt to co- incide your calls with times you may be stopped at a stop sign, red light or otherwise stationary.
  • Page 143: Intellectual Property

    Intellectual 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 144: Index

    Accepted calls (call list) Accessories ... 129 Addressbook call entry ... 30 new entry ... 28 read entry ... 29 Agenda ... 36 Alarm ... 73 appointment ... 38 switch off ... 39 type ... 39 All calls (diversion) ... 91 All calls (Duration/costs) All incoming (network barring) Answering service (external)
  • Page 145 SMS to group Handset volume ... 114 Handsfree function Headset accessories setting Hide ID Highlighting mode Hold call Home network Hotline Siemens HTTP ... 115 ... 25 ... 73 ... 92 ... 81 ... 103 ... 99 ... 84 ... 30 ...
  • Page 146 HTTP profile ... 70 Icons ... 113 Identity number (IMEI) Illumination (display) Import via IrDA, Bluetooth™ Inbox e-mail ... 57 ... 53 ... 47 Index (file system) ... 84 Information services (CB) Infrared (IrDA) ...95 Input language (T9) ... 110 International dialing code Internet ...
  • Page 147 ... 3 Screensaver ... 90 Second call Second phone number Security Security numbers Send via ... Service center (SMS) Service numbers (Siemens) ... 45 Service tones Set ringtone Set time/date Settings ... 24 ... 16 Siemens City portal Siemens Data Suite...
  • Page 148 write ... 44 SMTP ... 62 Software version ... 119 ... 115 Special characters ... 109 Speed dialing keys ... 82 Standard values ... 92 Standby mode ... 12 Standby time ... 118 Start menu (WAP) ... 65 Start-up animation ...

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