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A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19)
Safety precautions ..................... 3
Safety Information ..................... 4
Antenna care ........................... 4
Phone operation ...................... 4
Electronic devices ..................... 5
Overview of the phone ............ 10
Getting Started ........................ 11
Charge battery ....................... 13
General Instructions ................. 14
User Guide ............................. 14
Control key ............................ 14
Security .................................... 17
Codes .................................... 17
My phone ................................. 19
Making a phone call ................. 20
End call .................................. 20
Set volume ............................. 20
When a number is busy .......... 21
Accept call ............................. 21
Reject call .............................. 21
Held call ................................. 22
Call waiting/Swap ................... 22
Multi party ............................. 23
Call menu .............................. 23
Phonebook ............................... 24
.......................... 24
See also Index at the end of this User Guide
Contents
Call with Record no. ...............25
Edit entry ...............................25
Location: ...............................26
Assign animation ....................27
Groups ...................................................28
SMS to group ..........................28
Group setup ...........................29
Call log ......................................30
Messages (SMS) ........................31
Read messages ......................31
Inbox/outbox .........................32
Archive ...................................32
Compose a message ...............33
Predefined text .......................34
SMS to group ..........................34
Picture & Sound ......................35
Surf & fun .................................36
Internet (WAP) ........................36
Games ....................................39
Bitmap viewer ........................40
Sound manager ......................41
Organizer ..................................44
Alarm clock ............................44
Calculator ...............................44
Voice message/Mailbox ............45
CB services ................................46
Profiles ......................................47
Setup .....................................47
Car Kit ...................................48
Headset ..................................48
Aircraft mode .........................48
Favorites ...................................49
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Safety precautions ... 3 Safety Information ... 4 Antenna care ... 4 Phone operation ... 4 Electronic devices ... 5 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) .. 8 Overview of the phone ... 10 Getting Started ... 11 Insert SIM card/battery ...

  • Page 2

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Fast access key ... 50 Control key (on the left) ... 50 Speed dialing keys ... 51 Setup ... 52 Display ... 52 Audio ... 53 Keys ... 55 Phone setup ... 55 Clock ...

  • Page 3: Contents Safety Precautions

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Safety precautions NOTE: Review these operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Do not use mobile phone in hos- pitals or in the vicinity of medical devices, such as pacemakers or hearing aids. Mobile phones may interfere with the operation of these devices.

  • Page 4: Safety Information

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Safety Information Important Read this information before using your wireless handheld phone. As this mobile phone is equipped with a fixed (non-retractable) an- tenna, some paragraphs in the be- low text may not be applicable.

  • Page 5: Electronic Devices

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Safety Information For vehicles equipped with Air Bags An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including ei- ther installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment ar- ea.

  • Page 6: Posted Facilities

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Safety Information Vehicles RF signals may affect improperly in- stalled or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehi- cle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.

  • Page 7

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Safety Information be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers re- garding their network features. Always make certain that your phone is properly charged before at- tempting any emergency calls.

  • Page 8: Sar (specific Absorption Rate)

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) THIS SIEMENS A56 PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S RE- QUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES . Your wireless Siemens A56 phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to...

  • Page 9

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) For body worn operation, to main- tain compliance with 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.

  • Page 10: Overview Of The Phone

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Overview of the phone Speaker Display indicators Signal strength/ battery level. Call key Dial displayed phone number or name, accept calls. In standby mode: Display the last calls. Hold down In standby mode: Switch signal tones on and off (see also p.

  • Page 11: Getting Started

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit™ Covers, my-CLIPit™: p. 83) as well as the keypad can be changed in a matter of seconds - no tools required: To attach To remove Note Your phone's display and the display cover of the top shell are delivered with a protective film.

  • Page 12: Insert Sim Card/battery

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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 13: Charge Battery

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Charge battery The battery is not fully charged when delivered. Plug in the charger cable at the bottom of the phone, plug in the power supply unit to the main power socket and charge for at least two hours.

  • Page 14: See Also In-general Instructions

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) General Instructions User Guide The following symbols are used to explain operation: Enter numbers or letters. On/Off/End key. Call key. Press control key at the top/ at the bottom to scroll up and down.

  • Page 15

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) General Instructions Messages Z Call log Groups Select Press. §Select§ Press control key on the right to open the Call log Missed calls Received calls Dialed calls Select Press. §Select§ Press control key on the right to open the list of submenu.

  • Page 16: Switch On, Off / Pin Entry

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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 the PIN code using...

  • Page 17: Security

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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).

  • Page 18

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Change Phonecode You define and enter the phone code (4 - 8 digits) when calling up a phone code protected function for the first time. It is then valid for all protected functions.

  • Page 19: My Phone

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) My phone Your phone offers a number of func- My phone tions so that you can adapt it to meet your personal requirements. Ring tones Assign individual ring tones to caller groups (p. 54).

  • Page 20: Making A Phone Call

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Making a phone call Dialing with number keys The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Enter the number (always with prefix, if necessary with the international di- aling code). A short press clears §Clear§...

  • Page 21: When A Number Is Busy

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Making a phone call When a 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).

  • Page 22: Held Call

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Making a phone call Held call You can call another number during a call. y menu§ Open call menu. The current call is put on Hold hold. Call held Now dial the new phone number...

  • Page 23: Multi Party

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Making a phone call Multi party Call up to 5 parties one by one and link them together in a phone con- ference. Some of the functions de- scribed may not be supported by your service provider or may have to be enabled specially.

  • Page 24: Phonebook

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Enter frequently used phone num- bers in the Phonebook with a special name. To dial them, simply highlight the name. If a phone number is stored with a name, it appears on the display when you are called. En- tries that belong together can be combined to form a group.

  • Page 25: Call/search For An Entry

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Text entry Press number key repeatedly until the re- quired letter is displayed. The cursor ad- vances after a short delay. Press once for a, twice for b etc. The first letter of a name is automatically written in UP- PERCASE.

  • Page 26: Location

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Phonebook menu §Options Open menu. View Display entry. Edit Display entry for changes. Create a new Phonebook entry entry. Delete Delete entry from the Phone- book. Delete all Select storage location. Delete all entries after confirmation.

  • Page 27: Assign Animation

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Assign animation Assign an individual animation to phone numbers. This animation will appear in the display when there is a call from this number. Assign animation Open Phonebook. Select entry. §Options Open menu.

  • Page 28: Groups

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) If there are many Phonebook entries it is best to assign them to a group, e.g.: VIP, Friends, Business, Family §Menu§ Groups Select function: SMS to group A memo (SMS) can be sent as a "cir- cular"...

  • Page 29: Group Setup

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Group setup §Menu§ Groups Group setup Å VIP t Friends Ä Business Rename Select a group. Change group name. §Rename§ Display members of the §Select§ group. <New entry> Barbara Carol View <New entry>...

  • Page 30: Call Log

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Your phone stores the phone num- bers of calls for convenient redialing. Call log §Menu§ Press. §Select§ Choose call list. Press. §Select§ Select phone number. Dial phone number. §View§ Display information on the phone number.

  • Page 31: Messages (sms)

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Messages (SMS) You may transmit and receive very long messages (up to 760 charac- ters) on your phone, which are auto- matically composed from several "normal" SMS messages (note the accruing charges). Read messages...

  • Page 32: Inbox/outbox

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Messages (SMS) Inbox/outbox §Menu§ Messages Inbox / Outbox / The list of saved messages is shown. ƒ Barbara … Carol … 023598765432 View See below. §Options§ Symbol Inbox / Outbox / ƒ Read Not sent …...

  • Page 33: Compose A Message

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Messages (SMS) Archive menu §Options§ Open menu. View Read entry. Mark Highlight text to be edited. Delete Delete selected message. Delete all Delete all saved messages after confirmation. Rename Rename the entry. Sort Set sort criteria (alphabeti- cal, time).

  • Page 34: Predefined Text

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Messages (SMS) Text menu §Options§ Open the text menu. Send Dial the number or select from Phonebook, then send. Save Save SMS in the outbox list. Picture & Add pictures and sounds to Sound SMS (p.

  • Page 35: Picture & Sound

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Messages (SMS) Picture & Sound Insert pictures and sounds in the message (EMS, p. 70). Compose the message. Open the text menu at the §Options§ end of a word. Select Picture & The Pictures&Sound...

  • Page 36: Surf & Fun

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Internet (WAP) Get the latest WAP information from the Internet that is specifically adapt- ed to the display options of your phone. In addition, you can down- load ringertones and logos to your phone via WAP.

  • Page 37: Browser Menu

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Browser menu If the browser is active, the menu can be activated as follows: Press Í confirm Homepage The first WAP Internet page that is displayed af- ter connection is estab- lished (may have been set/preset by the service provider).

  • Page 38

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Note Homepage: The control key (left/right) may be assigned functions that are controlled online from the homepage of your service provider such as "link" or "menu". The con- tents of the option menus are also variable.

  • Page 39: Games

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Games §Menu§ Surf & fun Games Select a game from the list and have fun! You will find the games “Stack Attack” and “Balloon Shooter” on your mobile phone. Game instructions You will find special instructions for each game in the option menu.

  • Page 40: Bitmap Viewer

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Bitmap viewer Set animations, wallpapers and screensaver as required in your phone. Start bitmap viewer You will find animations/pictures and links stored in the phone under: §Menu§ Surf & fun Bitmap viewer Select storage location or...

  • Page 41: Sound Manager

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Sort Set sort criteria. Attributes Display name and size in kByte. Capacity Display available capacity (in kByte) for sound manag- er, bitmap viewer and SMS archive. Picture menu Open menu. §Options§ Load ...

  • Page 42

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Sound manager menu Different functions are available de- pending on which entry is highlight- Open menu. §Options§ Play Play sound. Ring tone Assign a function/an anni- for... versary to the ring tone. Volume Set the playback volume.

  • Page 43

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Ring tone for... You can choose a special melody for the call types/functions listed below. §Menu§ Surf & fun Sound manager Open menu. §Options§ Select Ring tone Select call type/function: d Calls Group calls...

  • Page 44: Organizer

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Alarm clock §Menu§ Organizer Alarm clock Use this function to set a single time for the alarm call. The alarm sounds even when the phone is switched off. z 07:30 Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su...

  • Page 45: Voice Message/mailbox

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Voice message/Mailbox Most service providers offer you an external answering service. In this voicemail, a caller may leave a voice message for you • if your phone is switched off or not ready to receive, •...

  • Page 46: Cb Services

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Some service providers offer infor- mation services (info channels). If re- ception is activated, you receive messages on the activated topics in your "Topic list". §Menu§ Messages Cell broadcast Reception You can activate and deactivate the CB service.

  • Page 47: Profiles

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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 •...

  • Page 48: Car Kit

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Profile menu §Options§ Open menu. Change settings Change profile settings. Copy from Copy settings from another profile. Rename Rename personal profile. Car Kit If an original Siemens Car Kit is used (p. 83) the profile is activated auto- matically as soon as the phone is in- serted into the cradle (p.

  • Page 49: Favorites

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) §Menu§ Favorites Create your own menu with fre- quently used functions, phone num- bers or WAP pages. The list of 10 entries available is pre- set. However you can change it ac- cording to your wishes.

  • Page 50: Fast Access Key

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Fast access key You can program an important phone number or a function on the control key (on the left) and the number keys 2 to 9 (speed dialing numbers). The phone number can then be dialed or the function can be started at the touch of a button.

  • Page 51: Speed Dialing Keys

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Fast access key Speed dialing keys Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as speed dialing numbers for fast ac- cess. For available key assignments see p. 50. Number key 1 is reserved for the voicemail number (p.

  • Page 52: Setup

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Display §Menu§ Setup Display Select a function Language Set the language of the display text. When "automatic" is set, the lan- guage of your home service provider is used. If a language that you do not...

  • Page 53: Audio

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Big letters You can choose between two font sizes for the display. Illumination Can be switched on and off (switching it off increases the standby time). Contrast You can set the display contrast.

  • Page 54

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Ring tones You can assign special ring tones to the call types/functions listed below . Select: d Calls Group calls Other calls Alarms Messages Cell broadcast §Select§ Press. Choose ring tone. §Select§ Confirm.

  • Page 55: Keys

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Keys §Menu§ Setup Keys Select a function. Any to answer Use any key to accept incoming calls (except Auto key lock If Auto key lock is activated, the key- pad is locked automatically if no key has been pressed for one minute in standby mode.

  • Page 56

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Unanswered calls Select Unanswered. (covers the conditions, reply, Busy see right) §Select§ Press. Select. Enter the phone number to which the caller will be forwarded (if not done already) · select this phone number from the Phonebook or via §Mailbox§.

  • Page 57: Phone Identity

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) After a short pause, the current situ- ation is transmitted by the network and displayed. Condition set. Not set. Display, if status is un- known (e.g. on a new SIM card). Clear all All set forwardings are cleared.

  • Page 58: Clock

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Clock §Menu§ Setup Clock Select a function. Time/date The clock must be set correctly once at start-up. §Edit§ Press. First enter the date (day/ month/year), then the time (24 hours, including seconds). Note If the battery is removed for more than about 30 seconds, the clock must be reset.

  • Page 59: Connectivity

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Connectivity §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Select a function. WAP profile settings Up to 5 WAP profiles can be set (may be barred by the service provider). The entries may vary depending on your service provider. To set a new profile: Select profile.

  • Page 60

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Set HTTP profiles Up to 5 profiles can be defined (may have been barred by the service pro- vider). The settings have normally been carried out by the service pro- vider in advance. To set a new pro- file: Select profile.

  • Page 61

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Set SMS profiles §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Select a function. A maximum of 5 SMS profiles can be set. They define the transmission characteristics for an SMS. The pre- setting depends on the SIM card in- serted.

  • Page 62: Security

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Security §Menu§ Setup Security Select a function. The phone and SIM card are protect- ed against misuse by several security codes. Codes PIN control, Change PIN, Change PIN 2, Chg.phonecode, see p. 17.

  • Page 63: Network

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Network §Menu§ Setup Network Select a function. Line This function is only displayed if it is supported by the service provider. Two independent phone numbers must be registered on the phone. Select Select the currently used phone number.

  • Page 64

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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.

  • Page 65: Accessories

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Accessories §Menu§ Setup Accessories Select a function. Car Kit If an original Siemens Car Kit is used (p. 83) the profile is activated auto- matically as soon as the phone is in- serted into the cradle.

  • Page 66: Text Entry With "t9

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Text entry with "T9" "T9" deduces the correct word from the individual key entries by making comparisons with an extensive dic- tionary. Setup §Menu§ Setup Display Activate, deactivate T9 T9 preferred Select. Activate T9.

  • Page 67

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Text entry with "T9" 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.

  • Page 68: Display Symbols (selection)

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Display symbols (selection) Display indicators Signal strength. Charging. Battery level. All calls are forwarded. Ringer off. Short ringer (beep) only. Ringer only, if the caller is stored in the Phonebook. Alarm set. Alarm clock active.

  • Page 69: Notes A-z

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Control codes (DTMF) Send control code You can enter control codes (digits) during a call so that an answering machine can be controlled remotely. These digits are directly transmitted as DTMF tones (control codes). The sounds can also be heard when the microphone is switched off.

  • Page 70

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) (Enhanced Messaging Service) Besides (formatted) texts, you can also send • pictures (bitmaps), • sounds, • animations (sequence of 4 pic- tures) using the EMS. The segments specified above can be together or transmitted individu- ally on an SMS.

  • Page 71

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) HTTP is the name for the protocol that controls transmission of data in the Internet. Via HTTP connections, you can download applications, games and ring tones (sound man- ager, p. 41) for several voices (poly- phone ring tones) from the Internet.

  • Page 72

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Operating times The operating times depend on the operating conditions: Operation Time Decrease in the carried out (min) standby time by Calling 30 to 60 minutes Display back 30 minutes light * Network...

  • Page 73: Service Numbers

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Quick menu selection All menu functions are numbered in- ternally. By entering these numbers one after the other the function may be started at once. For example, to compose a new SMS: Press.

  • Page 74: Software Version

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) SMS status report If the phone was unable to send the message to the service center a retry option is available. If this attempt also fails, contact your service provider. text only indicates...

  • Page 75

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Two phone numbers Special settings can be made for each phone number (e.g. melody, call forward etc.). Switch to the re- quired number first. To switch the phone number/line in standby mode: Press.

  • Page 76

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Bookmarks (URL) You can store a list of your fa- vourite Internet addresses (URL) in the phone (available offline and online, depending on the service provider): Save: Open the browser menu. Bookmarks Select.

  • Page 77: Questions&answers

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Questions&Answers If you have any questions about using your phone, visit us at www.my-siemens.com/customercare anytime. In addition we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below. Question Possible causes Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long be switched on.

  • Page 78

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Questions&Answers Question 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.

  • Page 79

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Questions&Answers Question Possible causes Message cannot Some service providers do not sup- be sent. port this service. Phone number of the service center is not set or is wrong. SIM card contract does not support this service.

  • Page 80: Siemens Service

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Siemens Service Simple, straightforward support for techni- cal and operational queries is available from our online support service on the In- ternet: www.my-siemens.com/customercare or in the "Questions&Answers" section (p. 77). If repair work is necessary please contact one of our service centers: Abu Dhabi ...0 26 42 38 00...

  • Page 81: Specifications

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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-...

  • Page 82: Maintenance

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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 83: Accessories

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Basics Li-Ion Battery (700 mAh) Spare battery. Travel Charger Travel charger with an extended input volt- age rate of 100-240V. Desk Top Charger The desktop charger enables convenient charging of the mobile phone and an addi- tional battery.

  • Page 84: U.s. Fda

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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.

  • Page 85

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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...

  • Page 86

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 2. Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess the effects of exposure to mobile phone RF on genetic material. These included tests for several kinds of ab- normalities, including mutations,...

  • Page 87

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) ties, including other federal agencies 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...

  • Page 88

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) • 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...

  • Page 89

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): http://www.who.int/emf • United Kingdom, National Radio- logical Protection Board: http://www.nrpb.org.uk • Cellular Telecommunications In- dustry Association (CTIA): http://www.wow-com.com •...

  • Page 90: Fcc/industry Canada Notice

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) FCC/Industry Canada Notice FCC/Industry Your phone may cause TV or radio in- Canada terference (for example, when using a telephone in close proximity to re- Notice ceiving equipment). The FCC or In- dustry Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such in- terference cannot be eliminated.

  • Page 91: Ten Driving Safety Tips

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) 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.

  • Page 92

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Ten Driving Safety Tips 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-...

  • Page 93: Intellectual Property

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Intellectual Property Intellectual Property Restrictions All Intellectual Property, as defined below, which is owned by or other- wise the property of Siemens Infor- mation and Communications Mo- bile, LLC (“Siemens”), its affiliates, partners or suppliers, relating to the...

  • Page 94: Index

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Accepted calls, call list ... 30 Accessories ... 83 Activate HTTP profile ... 38 phone profile ... 47 Aircraft mode, profile ... 48 Alarm clock ... 44 Alarm tones ... 54 All calls, forward ...

  • Page 95

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Favorites ... 49 Frequency range ... 81 Getting Started ... 11 Group setup ... 29 SMS to group ... 28 Headset ...65 Headset volume ... 20 Held call ... 22 Hide ID ... 55 Home network ...

  • Page 96

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) receive/send ... 40 Pictures & Sounds (EMS) ... 35 change ... 17 control ... 17 enter ... 16 error ... 79 PIN 2 ... 17 Prefix ... 20 Profiles ... 47 HTTP (optional) ...

  • Page 97

    A56 AE, A31008-H5320-A100-1-4A19 (31. October 2002, 18:19) Switch off phone auto phone off ... 58 manually ... 16 Switch on phone ... 16 Symbols ... 68 activate/deactivate ... 66 word suggestions ... 67 Technical data ... 81 Text entry ... 25 Text entry with T9 ...

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