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  • Page 1 Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2002 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Be inspired...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Safety precautions ... 3 Overview of the phone... 4 General instructions ... 6 The User Guide... 6 Menu control ... 6 Getting Started ... 7 Insert SIM card/battery ... 7 Charge battery ... 8 Switch on, off/PIN entry... 9 Making a phone call ... 11 Dialling with number keys ...
  • Page 3 Data Exchange Software ... 85 XTNDConnect® PC... 86 Fax/Data mode using a PC ... 87 Send/Print.../Import... 88 Display symbols (selection) ... 89 Troubleshooting ... 90 Siemens Service... 93 Specifications ... 94 Maintenance... 95 Accessories ... 96 Basics ... 96 Car Solutions... 96 Data/Applications ...
  • Page 4: 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 5: Overview Of The Phone

    Overview of the phone Loudspeaker Display indicators Signal strength/ battery level. Menu navigation key see (p. 5) Enter keys Digits, letters. - Keys • During a call: Volume loud - quiet. • In menus and lists: Scroll up and down. •...
  • Page 6 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 calls.
  • Page 7: General Instructions

    General instructions The User Guide The following symbols are used: 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.
  • Page 8: 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 9: Charge Battery

    Charge battery The battery is not fully charged when delivered, so: • Plug in charger cable at the bot- tom of the phone and plug in the power supply unit to the mains power socket (only use the charg- er supplied; charge for at least two hours).
  • Page 10: Switch On, Off/pin Entry

    Switch on, off 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 your PIN code us- ing the digit keys (shown as a series of asterisks; if you make a mistake, press §Clear§).
  • Page 11 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 78).
  • Page 12: Making A Phone Call

    Dialling with number keys The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Enter the number (always with prefix, if necessary with the inter- national dialling code). §Clear§ A short press clears the last digit, a long press clears the en- tire number.
  • Page 13: When A Number Is Busy

    Making a phone call When a number is busy If the number called is busy or it can- not be reached because of network problems, the following options are available (depending on the service provider): Either Auto redial previous numbers §Auto dial§...
  • Page 14: During A Call

    During a call Call waiting You may need to register for this service with your service provider and set your phone accordingly (page 80). During a call, you may be advised that there is another call waiting. You will hear a special tone during the call.
  • Page 15: Handsfree

    Making a phone call Call menu The following functions are only available during a call: ; menu§§ Open menu. 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.
  • Page 16: Swap/conference

    Swap/Conference Some functions may not be supported by your service provider. You can call another number during a call. You can swap back and forth be- tween both calls or link all callers to- gether in a conference. During a call, inform the other party of your intention, then dial a new number.
  • Page 17: Babysitter

    Making a phone call Babysitter Calls are made to only one phone number that is dialled by holding down the right soft key. Switch on §Menu§ Setup Security Babysitter §Select§ Press. Enter phone code (see instructions below). §OK§ Confirm input. §Edit§...
  • Page 18: Addressbook

    You can store up to 500 entries, each with 3 phone numbers and one fax number, and additional address information in the Addressbook. These entries are managed sepa- rately from those in the Phonebook. However you can exchange data be- tween the Addressbook and the Phonebook.
  • Page 19: Read/change An Entry

    Phone number Always enter phone number with prefix, if necessary with the international dialling code (page 11). 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 20: Making A Call

    Making a call Open the Addressbook (in standby mode). Select a name by enter- ing the first letter and/or scroll. ¹ Addressbook <New entry> Carol Daniel View Press. The highlighted number is dialled. If several numbers are stored in this entry, they are displayed in a list.
  • Page 21: Store Control Code

    Store control code You can store phone numbers and control codes (DTMF signals) in the Addressbook as standard Address- book entries, e.g. for operating an answering machine by remote con- trol. Dial number. Hold down until a "+" ap- pears on the display (pause for connection setup).
  • Page 22: Phonebook

    The entries in the Phonebook (SIM card) are managed separately from those in the Addressbook. You can, however, exchange data between the Phonebook and the Address- book. New entry §Menu§ Office Phonebook if the Phonebook is standard (page 9) ..
  • Page 23: Location

    Location: In the open Phonebook: Select entry. §Options§ Open the menu and Edit select Go to the input field Location:. An entry can be moved from the Phonebook to the other storage lo- cations. SIM (standard) Numbers that are stored in the Phonebook on the SIM card can also be used on another GSM Phone.
  • Page 24: Store Control Code

    Store control code You can store phone numbers and control codes (DTMF signals) in the Phonebook as standard Phonebook entries, e.g. for operating an an- swering machine by remote control. Dial number. Press until "+" appears on the display (pause for connection setup).
  • Page 25: Voice Control

    Up to 20 phone numbers or func- tions can be selected or started by simply saying a name. Voice dialling entries are stored in the phone (not on the SIM card!). Record Voicedialling (for phone numbers) §Menu§ Office Voice control Voicedialling A list with entries is displayed.
  • Page 26 Voice control-Menu Office §Menu§ Voice control Voicedialling Voice command Highlight required entry. §Options§ Open menu. Different functions are displayed depending on the voice control selected View Display selected entry. Edit Change name and phone number (voice dialling only). Then redo recording if necessary.
  • Page 27: Message (sms)

    You may transmit and receive extra long messages on your phone (up to 760 characters plus pictures and tones) (page 29). Depending on your service provider, e-mails and faxes can also be trans- mitted via SMS (change settings if necessary, page 33) and e-mails can also be received as SMS messages.
  • Page 28: Inbox/outbox

    Inbox/Outbox Messages §Menu§ Inbox Outbox The list of saved messages is shown. ¬ Inbox Є Barbara © Carol View §Options§ See right. Symbol Inbox Є Read © Unread Archive Messages §Menu§ Inbox Outbox Archive The list of messages recorded on the device is shown.
  • Page 29: Use Sms Sample

    Use SMS sample The following standard messages are stored in the phone. You only need to add time and date. §Menu§ Messages Use SMS sample Selection: Delay, Appointment, Congratulations The cursor appears at the first input point, e.g.: Sorry, I'll be - minutes late on --- Delete Complete the message.
  • Page 30: Text Menu

    Text Menu §Options§ Open the 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. Picture & Insert a picture and sounds Sound into an SMS (page 30).
  • Page 31: Picture & Sound (ems)

    Picture & Sound (EMS) Pictures and sounds can be inserted into a message. Playback only oc- curs if the destination phone sup- ports this EMS function. In input mode a wildcard is shown instead of the picture/sound. 15 pictures and 10 tones are stored in the phone.
  • Page 32: Text Entry With "t9

    Text entry with "T9" "T9" deduces the correct word from the individual key entries by making comparisons with an extensive dic- tionary. Select Input language Select the language in which you want to compose your message. §Options§ Open the text menu then T9 input select language.
  • Page 33 Words that have not been created using T9: §Delete§ Replace languages or buy more: §Save§ to add it 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 34: Setup

    Setup The transmission characteristics of an SMS are defined in a profile (maximum 5). The presetting depends on the SIM card used. §Menu§ Messages Message setup The list of available profiles is dis- played. You can select a profile from this list.
  • Page 35: E-mail

    Your phone has its own e-mail client so you can write and send e-mails. ® With XTNDConnect PC you can synchronise your e-mail inbox/out- box with your Outlook ® Lotus Notes mailbox, see page 86. Please first set the necessary profile and e-mail accounts so the connection can be set up to the e-mail server, see (p.
  • Page 36: Inbox/outbox

    E-mail editor menu §Options§ Open menu. Insert line Add a line to the address field. Delete line Reduce the address field by one line. Insert Open the address book to from... transfer an e-mail address. Attachment See page 34. Send Set up the connection to the server and send the e-mail.
  • Page 37: Read E-mail

    Send e-mails §Menu§ Messages Send e-mails Transfer to the server all e-mails that are waiting to be sent. Receive/send menu Different functions are possible de- pending on the situation. §Options§ Open menu. View Read e-mail. Edit Open e-mail for editing. Delete Delete selected e-mail.
  • Page 38 The left display key offers different functions depending on the text area highlighted: º E-mail address/phone number in the text are §inverted§ shown be stored in the address book. §Save§ Save attachment (e.g. bitmap). §Reply§ Reply to the sender. §Link§ Launch the WAP browser and call the URL.
  • Page 39: Mail Settings

    EMail_Parameters.pdf on the en- closed CDROM or on the internet, see also The following protocols must be supported by your provider so that data exchange can take place using the e-mail server: POP3 and SMTP or eSMTP.
  • Page 40: General Settings

    Enter data field by field: Providers Select the provider, change with §Edit§. Real name: Your name. E-mail Your e-mail address, e.g.: address: Reply-to addr.: A different e-mail address to which you can have re- plies sent. User ID: Your user ID. Password: * Your password.
  • Page 41: Bitmap Viewer

    Screensav- Delete... Discard Ringtones, operator bitmaps, screensavers Bitmap viewer and other services for your Siemens mobile phone can be found at: This city portal also includes a list of coun- tries where this service is available. Logo/ directly.
  • Page 42: Wap

    Get the latest WAP information from the Internet that is specifically adapted to the display options of your phone. Internet access may require registration with the service provider. Internet access §Menu§ Surf & fun You can select the Internet access Start with...
  • Page 43: Browser Menu

    All browser data rel- evant for security can be selected in this menu. For further information on security see: s45i Start with... Select the display for Inter- net access: Start menu Browser Menu Homepage...
  • Page 44: Setup

    Setup Preparation of the phone for Internet access depends on the service pro- vider currently used: • If the settings have already been made by the service provider you may begin immediately. • If access profiles have already been assigned by the service pro- vider, select a profile and activate it (page 43).
  • Page 45 Activate profile ћ Profiles 1 standard 2 * e-Commerce 3 profile 3 Edit Select Activate a profile to establish the In- ternet connection. Surf & fun §Menu§ Profiles Select the required pro- file. §Select§ Press to activate. The connection is estab- lished.
  • Page 46: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Changing the homepage The address of the homepage is set in the (access) profile. You can change it in standby mode (if permit- ted by the service provider!): Surf & fun §Menu§ Profiles Select the profile, e.g.: e-Commerce Select.
  • Page 47: Voice Message/mailbox

    Voice message/Mailbox Most service providers offer you an external answering service. In this mailbox, a caller may leave a voice message for you • if your phone is switched off or not ready to retrieve, • if you do not want to answer, •...
  • Page 48: Cell Broadcast

    Cell broadcast Some service providers offer infor- mation services (info channels) such as area codes, stock markets etc. The information available depends on the service provider. If reception is activated, you receive messages on the active topics in your "Topic list".
  • Page 49: Sim Services (optional)

    Cell broadcast/SIM services Topic index The list of the topics currently pro- vided by your service provider is dis- played for you to choose from. If they are not displayed, the channel numbers (ID) may be entered manu- ally ("Topic list", page 47). Please contact your service provider for details.
  • Page 50: Records

    Your phone stores the phone num- bers of calls for convenient redial- ling. §Menu§ Records Select required call list and select the number there. Select number View information on the phone number: date, time (not for dialled numbers). The following call lists are available: Missed calls The phone numbers of calls that you have received but not answered can...
  • Page 51: Duration/charges

    You can display the charge details and duration of calls as you speak, as well as setting a unit limit for out- going calls. Display §Menu§ Records Duration/charges After you have made the charge de- tail settings, you can display the call duration/charge details for the fol- lowing call types or you can display the credit balance.
  • Page 52: Divert

    You can set the conditions for which calls are diverted to your mailbox or other numbers. §Menu§ Divert You can set divert as follows: The most common condition for for- warding is: Unanswered Divert §Menu§ Select Unanswered. §Select§ Press. Select. Enter the phone number to which a call will be diverted (if not done...
  • Page 53: Status Check

    Status check You can check the current divert sta- tus for all conditions. After a short pause, the current situ- ation is transmitted by the network and displayed. Condition set. Not set. Displayed, if status is un- known (on a new SIM card for example).
  • Page 54: Dictating Machine

    With voice recording you can Dictating mach. 02.05.2002 15:35 Customer query Shopping Play • use your phone as a dictating ma- chine when on the move. • record a memo as a reminder or as a reminder for others. • add a voice memo to an alarm in the Calendar (page 56).
  • Page 55 Using the soft keys §Menu§ Office Dictating mach. The list of the recordings is opened. §Options§ Open menu. Select. §Record§ Start recording (§Pause§ recording pause). §Stop§ End recording. §Save§ Store and assign a name. Play §Play§ Press. Using the menu navigation key §Menu§...
  • Page 56: Organiser

    Calendar Office Organiser §Menu§ Calendar The Calendar offers a • monthly view • weekly view • daily view. The time and date must be set for the Calendar to work properly (page 63). Side keys Scroll between Back the weeks or months Forward depending on the...
  • Page 57: Appointments

    Appointments §Menu§ Office Organiser Appointments Displays all appointments as a list. 02.05.2002 <New entry> 11:30 Presentation 15:00 Meeting View New appointment <New entry> Select. Make the entries field by field: Type: Memo. A short text may be added (max. one line). Call.
  • Page 58: Tasks

    Tasks Office Organiser §Menu§ Tasks A task is displayed like an appoint- ment in the agenda of the day se- lected. However unlike the appoint- ment it does not need to have a time and date. When this is the case the task appears at the top of the list every day, until it is marked as done.
  • Page 59: Alarm Clock

    Alarm clock §Menu§ Office Organiser Alarm clock Use this function to set a single time for the alarm call. The alarm sounds even when the phone is switched off or all ringers are switched off. §On/off§ Switching on and switch- ing off the alarm.
  • Page 60: Notes

    Notes Office Organiser §Menu§ Notes T9 support (page 31) makes writing memos, e.g. shopping lists, easier for you. Protect confidential data with the phone code (page 76). New entry <New entry> Select. Enter the text. §Options§ Open menu. Save Store the entry. Editor menu §Options§...
  • Page 61: Businesscard

    You may create your own business card and transmit it as a message via SMS or you may transmit it to anoth- er GSM Phone (with IrDA capability) or a suitable PC/printer using infra- red technology. §Menu§ Office Businesscard If a business card has not been cre- ated, you are asked for input.
  • Page 62: Calculator

    §Menu§ Office Calculator Enter number (up to 8 digits). Select calculator function. Repeat procedure with other numbers. Result is displayed. ® Calculator Special functions Repeatedly press the right soft key §. =+ - * / ± 4567 . =+ - * / Special keys: (indicated in the display).
  • Page 63: Currency Conv

    §Menu§ Office Currency conv. You can calculate the exchange rates between three different currencies. Enter currency If no currency has yet been entered press §OK§. Otherwise: §Options§ Open the menu. New entry Select. Then: Euro currencies only: §List§ Press and select 1st euro currency: EUR ATS BEF DEM ESP FIM FRF IEP ITL LUF NLG PTE...
  • Page 64: Time Zones

    §Menu§ Office Clock Time zones Time zones Set the time zone for your area. Select the required time zone from the list ... §Set§ ... set it up. §Options§ Open menu. View Display the time zone select- ed with name and date. Set the time zone.
  • Page 65: Stopwatch/countdown

    Stopwatch/Countdown Stopwatch §Menu§ Surf & fun Display the time down to one thou- sandth of a second. Two intermedi- ate times can be clocked and stored. ± Stopwatch 00:00:00.000 Start §Reset§ Reset to zero. Start/stop. Intermediate time. Control using the side keys: Intermediate time Stopwatch-Menu...
  • Page 66: Games

    §Menu§ Surf & fun Select a game from the list and have fun! Game instructions You will find special instructions for each game in the option menu. §Options§ Provides tips on how to play the game, shows the saved scores and al- lows you to set the diffi- culty level.
  • Page 67: Profiles

    If a profile is used, several settings are made with one function. • Five profiles are standard with de- fault settings, they can be changed however: Normal envi., Quiet environ., Noisy environ., Car Kit, Headset • You may set two personal profiles Title>).
  • Page 68: Car Kit

    Car Kit If an original Siemens Car Kit is used the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is inserted into the cradle (see also page 83). Headset If an original Siemens Headset is used the profile is activated auto- matically as soon as the headset is plugged in (see also page 83).
  • Page 69: Favourites

    §Menu§ Favourites Combine your own menu with fre- quently used functions, phone num- bers or WAP pages. The list of the 10 entries available is preset. However you can change it as you wish. For fast access: Press then ..
  • Page 70: Fast Access Key

    The left soft key and the keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling numbers) can each be assigned an important phone number or a function. The phone number can then be dialled or the function can be started at the touch of a button.
  • Page 71: Speed Dialling Numbers

    Speed dialling numbers Digit keys 2 to 9 can be used as speed dialling numbers for fast access. For available key assign- ments see page 69. The following key is reserved: = mailbox number (page 46) Edit In standby mode: Press digit key (2-9).
  • Page 72: Audio

    You can set the tones that sound in specific situations to suit your particular tastes. §Menu§ Audio then select a function: Ringer setting Activate, deactivate the ringer or re- duce it to a short beep and confirm this as the basic setting. Beep is activate.
  • Page 73: Minute Beep

    Individual 1 ten as soon as a new melody is stored there. Ringtones, operator bitmaps, screensavers and other services for your Siemens mobile phone can be found at: This city portal also includes a list of coun- tries where this service is available.
  • Page 74: Compose Melody

    Load §Load§ Press and open the mel- Explorer ody in Individual 1 under Individual §Play§ The melody is played. Save The melody to be saved must be currently loaded. §Options§ Open the menu. Save as... Select and assign stor- age location. Only melodies stored under Individual 1 Individual 4...
  • Page 75: Setup

    • Activate/deactivate security set- ting using the phone code. Ringtones, operator bitmaps, screensavers and other services for your Siemens mobile phone can be found at: This city portal also includes a list of coun- tries where this service is available.
  • Page 76 §Menu§ Setup Device Select a function: Keys Any to answer You can answer incoming calls using any key (except Auto key lock Auto key lock Provided the keypad locks itself automatically if you don’t press any key for one minute. This prevents the phone from being used accidentally.
  • Page 77: Security

    Security The phone and SIM card are protect- ed against misuse by several securi- ty codes and should be treated with the same care as a cheque guaran- tee card. Keep these confidential numbers in a safe place where you can access them again if required.
  • Page 78: Network

    §Menu§ Setup Security select a function: Only (PIN 2 protected) The dialling options are restricted to SIM protected phone numbers. If only area codes are entered, the rel- evant phone numbers can be added to these manually before dialling. Last 10 only (phone code protected) Calls are limited to the call list of di- alled numbers (page 49).
  • Page 79 §Menu§ Setup Network then select a function: Configuration Network info The list of GSM networks currently available is shown. Indicates forbidden serv- ice providers (depending on SIM card). Choose netwrk Network search is restarted. This is useful if you are not in your home network or want to register in a different network.
  • Page 80: User Group

    §Menu§ Setup Network then select a function: Barrings Barring restricts the use of your SIM card (not supported by all service providers). You need a 4 digit pass- word that your service provider sup- plies you. You may need to be regis- tered separately for each barring.
  • Page 81: During Calls

    §Menu§ Setup User group Outgo. access In addition to network control for a user group, it is possible to set whether outgoing calls outside the group are permitted. If the function is deactivated, only calls within the group are permitted. Preferred grp If activated, only calls within this standard user group can be made...
  • Page 82: Connectivity

    Connectivity Setup Connectivity §Menu§ select a function: GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) GPRS is a new method to transmit data in the mobile network faster. If you use GPRS, you can be connect- ed to the Internet permanently if the network capacities suffice.
  • Page 83: Time/date

    PC and phone is automatically set to the best possible value. To ensure optimum data flow when the phone is connected to a computer by cable, please use only original Siemens Data- Cable (order number L36880-N4501-A148). Authentication §Edit§...
  • Page 84: Accessories

    • Swap using the PTT key. • End call using the PTT key (hold down). Car Kit If an original Siemens Car Kit is used the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is inserted into the cradle.
  • Page 85: Explorer

    To organise your files, you can use Explorer like a PC file manager. Explorer assigns special folders to different data types: §Menu§ Surf & fun A list of the folders and files is dis- played. Navigate through this list as usual using the menu navigation key: Scroll up and down.
  • Page 86: Data Exchange Software

    Data Exchange Software The Data Exchange Software generates an additional drive in Windows®Explorer. This allows you to manage the ex- tensive storage options of Explorer in the phone from the PC. Software installation Insert the CD-ROM into the drive on your PC and select Data Exchange Software.
  • Page 87: Xtndconnect┬« Pc

    Windows®2000) or cable. In order to ensure optimum data flow when the telephone is connect- ed to a computer by cable, please use only original Siemens accesso- ries: Data Cable with the order number L36880-N4501-A148. Explorer The memory of your phone (approx.
  • Page 88: Fax/data Mode Using A Pc

    §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Fax/data mod. With the phone connected to a PC, you can transmit and receive faxes (class 2) and data. Appropriate soft- ware for data communication/fax communication must be available on your PC and there must be a con- nection (e.g.
  • Page 89: Send/print

    Send/Print.../Import Send/Print... Send via ... The phone offers several options to transmit or receive messages and data via various transmission routes, or to print them out. The relevant op- tion menus offer access to this func- tion. These menu items may vary depending on the application.
  • Page 90: Display Symbols (selection)

    Displays < Strength of incoming signal. Charging completed. Battery indicator. All calls are diverted. & Ringer off (except alarm). 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 91: Troubleshooting

    Should you have any questions when using the phone, we are available 24 hours a day at We have also printed some of our frequently asked questions. Problem Possible causes Phone cannot be On/Off key not pressed long switched on.
  • Page 92 Problem Possible causes No connection to Signal weak. network. Outside GSM range. SIM card not valid. New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network Network barring is set. Network overloaded. Phone loses Signal too weak. network. Communication dif- Ambient noise level too high.
  • Page 93 Enter the MASTER PIN (PUK) provided with the SIM according to the instructions. If MASTER PIN or PIN has been lost, contact your service provider. Contact Siemens Service (p. 93). Contact your service provider. Check with your service provider. Check settings (p. 87).
  • Page 94: Siemens Service

    Simple, straightforward support for technical and operational queries is available from our online support service on the internet: or in the Troubleshooting (page 90) section of this User Guide. If repair work is necessary, please contact one of our service centres: Abu Dhabi ...
  • Page 95: Specifications

    Declaration of conformity Siemens Information and Communi- cation Mobile hereby declares that the mobile phone described in this User Guide is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of European Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE). If required, a copy of the signed orig-...
  • Page 96: Maintenance

    Following this six-month period, we recommend replacing your battery if you experience a significant drop in performance. Please purchase only Siemens original batteries.
  • Page 97: 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 Enables simultaneous charging of the phone battery and a spare bat- tery. Headset PTT: L36880-N4001-A123 Optimum freedom of movement with excellent call quality. Including PTT (Push To Talk) key to accept calls and to activate voice dialling.
  • Page 98: Data/applications

    Incoming GSM calls are diverted to the phone on the fixed network without additional charges and can be handled from there. Products can be obtained in special- ist shops. Visit our online shop under: Original Siemens accessories mobilestore...
  • Page 99: City Portal

    City portal The Siemens City portal offers a number of ringtones, bitmaps and screensavers for adapting your S45 to suit your particular requirements. The City portal is on the internet at: The portal also includes a list of countries where this service is avail- able.
  • Page 100: Menu Tree

    SIM services 1 Messages 1-1 New SMS 1-2 Create new e-mail 1-3 Inbox 1-4 Outbox 1-5 Voice message 1-6 Cell broadcast 1-7 Message setup 2 Records 2-1 Missed calls 2-2 Calls received 2-3 Calls dialled 2-4 Duration/charges 2-5 Charge settings 2-6 Erase records 1-3-1 SMS 1-3-2 Archive...
  • Page 101: 3-3-3 Alarm Clock

    3 Office 3-1 Addressbook 3-2 Phonebook 3-3 Organiser 3-4 Clock 3-5 Businesscard 3-6 Dictating mach. 3-7 Calculator 3-8 Currency conv. 3-9 Voice control 4 Surf & fun 4-1 Internet 4-2 Games 4-3 Stopwatch 4-4 Countdown 4-5 Explorer 4-6 Bitmap viewer 4-7 Melody manager 5 Profiles 5-1 Normal envi.
  • Page 102 7 Divert 7-1 Unanswered 7-2 All calls 7-3 Spec. divert 7-4 Receiving fax 7-5 Receiving data 7-6 Status check 7-7 Clear all 8 Setup 8-1 Device 8-2 Security 8-3 Network 7-3-1 Not reachable 7-3-2 No reply 7-3-3 Busy 8-1-1 Language 8-1-2 Display 8-1-2-1 Own greeting 8-1-2-2 Screensaver...
  • Page 103 8 Setup 8-4 User group 8-5 During a call 8-6 Connectivity 8-7 Time/date 8-8 Accessories 9 Favourites 10 Help Please note: The numbering may change if your service provider has integrated additional functions into the menu system. Menu tree 8-4-1 User group 8-4-2 Select group 8-4-3 Outgo.
  • Page 104: Sar

    SAR for this phone, measured ac- cording to this standard, is 0.95 W/kg. The SAR value for the S45i can be found on the internet at While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.
  • Page 105 SAR (international) THIS S45i PHONE MEETS REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your mobile phone S45i is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is de- signed and manufactured not to ex- ceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) recommended by in- ternational guidelines (ICNIRP).
  • Page 106: Index

    Numerics 1 minute beep ... 72 Accessories ... 96 Addressbook call entry ... 19 make entry ... 17 read entry/change ... 18 search entry ... 18 Agenda ... 55 Aircraft mode profile ... 67 Alarm clock ... 58 All incoming calls (duration/charges) ...
  • Page 107 Contrast (display) ... 74 Control codes (DTMF) ... 14, 20, 23 Countdown ... 64 Create folder (Explorer) ... 84 CSD ... 81 Currency conv..62 Daily view ... 55 Data Exchange Software ... 85 Date set ... 63 Date format ... 63 Device number (IMEI) ...
  • Page 108 Information tones ... 71 Infrared (IrDA) ... 81 International prefix ... 11 Internet (WAP) ... 41 Key lock ... 75 Key tone ... 71 Language (display) ... 74 Last call (duration/charges) ... 50 Limit (charge) ... 50 Loss of phone, SIM card ... 95 Mailbox ...
  • Page 109 Language ... 74 Network ... 77 Security ... 76 Status ... 75 T9 input ... 75 Siemens City Portal ... 98 Siemens Service ... 93 Silent alert ... 71 SIM services ... 10, 48 Archive ... 27 capacity ... 27 delivery confirmation ...
  • Page 110 access ... 41 browser ... 42 profiles ... 43 setup ... 43 Weekly view ... 55...

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