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Be inspired
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Information and Communication mobile
Haidenauplatz 1
D-81667 Munich
© Siemens AG 2003
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Siemens Aktiengesellschaft


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  • Page 1 Be inspired Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2003 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety precautions ..... 3 Phonebook ........29 <New entry> ......29 Overview of the phone ....5 Call (search for an entry) ..30 Display symbols (selection) ..7 Change entry ......30 Getting started ......9 Addressbook ......32 Insert SIM card/battery ..... 9 <New entry>...
  • Page 3 Keys ........71 Send........107 Phone setup ......71 Notes A-Z ........108 Clock ........74 Siemens Data Suite ....116 Connectivity ......75 Questions & Answers ....118 Security ......... 78 Customer care ......121 Network ......... 80 Care and maintenance ...123 Accessories ......
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Keep at least 20 cm/9 inches between phone Only use original Siemens and pacemaker. When using batteries (100 % mercury-free) the mobile phone hold it to the and – charging devices.
  • Page 5 The phone may cause interference in the vicinity of TV sets, radios and PCs. Use only Siemens original accessories. This will avoid potential risks to health or property and ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.
  • Page 6: Overview Of The Phone

    Overview of the phone w of Call key Dial phone number /name displayed, take calls. Show last phone numbers dialled in standby mode. On/Off/End key • Switched off: hold down to switch on. • During a conversation or in an application (except for Surf &Fun): press briefly to finish.
  • Page 7 Overview of the phone Integrated antenna Do not interfere with the phone above the bat- tery cover unnecessarily. This reduces the signal quality. Loudspeaker Display icons _ ª g Signal strength/ GPRS available/ Service provider battery level. 01.06.2003 10:10 Soft keys NewMMS Menu The current functions of these keys are...
  • Page 8: Display Symbols (Selection)

    Display symbols (selection) ² Display symbols No network access. Signal strength. Function activated/deactivated. Charging. Phonebook/Addressbook. Battery charging status, ABC/ Indicates whether upper or lower- e.g., 50 %. Abc/abc case letters are active. è ™ Phonebook/Addressbook Text input with T9. « Records Activated and available.
  • Page 9 Display symbols (selection) Soft keys Message received. MMS received. MMS notification received. Voice mail received. Data received. — Picture received. – Melody received. Unanswered call. Store in Phonebook/ Addressbook. · Retrieve from Phonebook/ Addressbook. Change Phonebook/ Addressbook.
  • Page 10: Getting Started

    Getting started Insert SIM card/battery • Insert the battery sideways into the phone , then press down- The service provider supplies you wards until it engages. 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...
  • Page 11: Charge Battery

    Getting started Charge battery Charge symbol not visible If the battery has been discharged The battery is not fully charged fully the charge icon is not visible when delivered. Plug charger cable when the charger is plugged in. It into the bottom of the phone, plug will appear after up to two hours.
  • Page 12: Switch On, Off / Pin Entry

    Switch on, off / PIN entry Switch on/off Switching on for the n, off first time Hold down On/Off/End key to switch on or off. Time/date Enter PIN The clock must be set to the right time once at start-up. The SIM card can be protected with a 4- to 8-digit PIN.
  • Page 13: Standby Mode

    Switch on, off / PIN entry Emergency number Phonebook or Addressbook (SOS) You can choose whether you want to use the Phonebook on the SIM card Only to be used in real emergencies! or the internal Addressbook as stand- ard. By pressing the soft key you can §SOS§...
  • Page 14: General Instructions

    General instructions User guide This corresponds to: The following symbols are used to explain operation: Service provider Enter numbers or letters. 01.06.2003 10:10 On/Off/End key. NewMMS Menu Call key. Press the control key on the side indicated. < Open menu. §Menu§...
  • Page 15 General instructions Z Calls missed Records É è Office ç +55523765489 Ñ Carol View Options My menu Select Scroll to the required en- Press. §Select§ try. Press right soft key to open the Records submenu. Press control key at the bot- tom to scroll down.
  • Page 16: Security

    Security Codes Press. §Select§ The phone and SIM card are protect- Enter PIN. ed against misuse by several security §OK§ Confirm input. codes. Press. §Change§ Keep these confidential numbers in a Confirm. §OK§ safe place where you can access them again if required.
  • Page 17: Preventing Accidental Activation

    Following the third unsuccessful at- tempt, access to the phone code and the functions that use it is denied. If Please confirm switch on this happens please contact Siemens Service (p. 121). Clear SIM card barring Cancel If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred.
  • Page 18: My Phone

    Background image book) can be found at: Choose your own permanent back- ground image (p. 66). The Siemens City Portal also provides Applications a list of countries in which these Download your own applications services are available. from the Internet (p. 63).
  • Page 19: Calling

    Calling Dialling with number Redial previous numbers keys To redial the phone number last called: The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Press Call key twice. Enter number (always To redial other numbers that were with area code, if neces- dialled previously: sary with international di- alling code).
  • Page 20: If The Number Is Busy

    Calling If the number is busy Accept call If the number called is busy or can- The phone must be switched on not be reached, several options are (standby mode). An incoming call available (depending on the service will interrupt any other use of the provider).
  • Page 21: Reject Call

    Calling Reject call Use the control key to ad- just the volume. Press. The call will be di- §Reject§ verted if this has been set §Handsfr.§ Switch off. previously (p. 71). Warning! Always switch off "handsfree talking" Press briefly. before holding the phone to your ear! This will avoid damage to hearing! Additional information Call menu ......p.
  • Page 22 Calling • End current call • Reject waiting call End the current call and Reject the waiting call. §Reject§ press §Yes§. You are now connected to the caller. The waiting call is divert- §Divert§ ed, for example, to the Incoming calls during a call mailbox.
  • Page 23: Conference

    Calling Conference Call menu Call up to 5 parties one by one and The following functions are only link them together in a conference available during a call: call. Some of the functions described Open menu. y menu§ may not be supported by your serv- Hold ice provider or may have to be ena- (p.
  • Page 24: Babysitter

    Calling Babysitter Apply If this is active, only one number can be dialled. Service provider Enable 01.06.2003 10:10 §Menu§ Security Carol Babysitter > Press. §Select§ Use the right soft key and hold it down to dial (e.g. Enter phone code. Carol's phone number).
  • Page 25: Text Entry

    Text entry Text entry without T9 Press once/repeatedly: . , ? ! ’ " 0 - ( ) @ / : _ Press number key repeatedly until Hold down: Writes 0. the required letter appears. The cur- sor will jump forward after a brief in- Writes blank.
  • Page 26: Text Entry With T9

    Status shown in top line of download from the Internet as well as in- display. stallation instructions under: Hold down: All input modes are displayed. Press briefly: Select special characters (p. 24). Hold down: Open input menu (p. 24).
  • Page 27 Text entry T9 word suggestions Correct a word If several options are found in the Words written with T9: dictionary for a key sequence (a Move left or right, word), the most probable is dis- word by word, until played first. If the word you want has the required word is not been recognised, the next sug- §highlighted§.
  • Page 28: Text Modules

    Text entry Text modules Text modules can be stored in the phone for adding to your messages (SMS, MMS, e-mail). Write text modules Text modules §Menu§ Select §Options§ text. Write text module. Select Save. §Options§ Accept the default name or give it a new name, then save with §OK§.
  • Page 29: È Default Book

    è Default book Kè Businesscard §Menu§ Select function. Create your own business card. Show entries Send it as an SMS/MMS to another GSM-phone. Entries in the standard directory (Ad- If no business card has been created dressbook or Phonebook) are shown yet, you will be asked for your input.
  • Page 30: Phonebook

    Phonebook Name: Entries in the Phonebook (on the SIM card) are managed separately from Enter first and/or last names. those in the Addressbook. You can, however, exchange data between Location: the Phonebook and the Address- Default: book. Select the storage <New entry>...
  • Page 31: Call (Search For An Entry)

    Phonebook Call (search for an entry) Phonebook menu The following functions are availa- Open Phonebook. ble, depending on the current situa- tion. Some functions may be applied Select a name with the to the current entry as well as multi- first letter and/or scroll.
  • Page 32 Phonebook Location: An entry can be moved from one storage location to another. SIM (Standard) Entries stored in the Phonebook on the SIM card can also be used on oth- er GSM phones. Protected SIM On special SIM cards, phone numbers can be stored in a protected location.
  • Page 33: Addressbook

    Addressbook bookThe Addressbook can store up to Group 500 entries, each with a variety of Entries can be organised telephone and fax numbers as well by groups (p. 36). Select as additional address details. These with §Change§. entries are managed separately from Make further entries field those in the Phonebook in the phone by field.
  • Page 34: Change Entry

    Addressbook Additional information N Smith, John <Groups> Group functions (p. 36). §Smith§,§John ¿ 055512389 Birthday After entering the date of birth, the "reminder box" can be ac- v 0555987654 tivated. You can now enter the time for the reminder. The Change phone will then remind you with an accoustic tone and al-...
  • Page 35: Call (Search For An Entry)

    Addressbook Call (search for an entry) Copy to SIM Copy entry/entries with name and selected phone Open Addressbook (in number to SIM card. standby mode). Delete Delete entry. Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. Delete all Delete all entries after con- firmation.
  • Page 36: Voicedialling

    Addressbook Voicedialling Voice dialling menu Depending on the actual situation, Dial numbers by voice command. Up different functions will be offered. to 20 recorded names for voice dial- ling or voice commands (p. 100) can §Options§ Open menu. be saved on the mobile (not on the Play Play back a voice command.
  • Page 37: Groups

    Groups Group menu Nine groups are specified in your phone to enable you to arrange your §Options§ Open menu. Addressbook entries clearly. You can rename seven groups. Open Display all members of the se- lected group. Open Addressbook (in standby mode). §View§...
  • Page 38: Z Records

    Z Records Your phone stores the phone num- Calls received bers of calls for convenient redial- Accepted calls are listed. ling. Calls dialed §Menu§ Access to the last numbers dialled. Press. §Select§ Fast access in standby mode. Select call list. Erase records Press.
  • Page 39: Durat/Charges

    Z Durat/charges You can display charge details and A/c limit the duration of different types of (PIN 2 prompt) calls while you speak, as well as set- Special SIM cards allow you or the ting a unit limit for outgoing calls. service provider to define a credit or K Z K §Menu§...
  • Page 40: Voice Mail/Mailbox

    ] Voice mail/mailbox Setup Save call divert number §Menu§ Voice message lbox Calls are diverted to this phone Most service providers supply an ex- number. K m K ternal voice mail service. A caller §Menu§ Phone setup may leave a voice message for you in Divert this mailbox e.g.,...
  • Page 41: Sms

    ] SMS You can transmit and receive very Confirm. Send the SMS to §OK§ long messages (up to the service centre for 760 characters) on your phone. They transmission. The sent are automatically composed of sev- SMS is saved in the "Sent" eral "normal"...
  • Page 42: Picture&Sound

    ] SMS Picture&sound Text menu Insert pictures and sounds into Open text menu. §Options§ message. Send Write message. Enter recipient's phone number/select from Phone- Open text menu at the book/Addressbook, then §Options§ send. end of a word. Save Save composed text in draft SelectPicture&sound list.
  • Page 43: Sms To Group

    ] SMS Read SMS Additional information Playback only occurs if the destination Arrival of new SMS an- phone supports the EMS standard (p. 110). nounced on display In input mode, a wildcard is shown when a melody is selected. Service provider SMS to group 01.06.2003 10:10...
  • Page 44: Ringtones, Icons

    ] SMS Lists Reply menu All SMS messages are archived in Open reply menu. §Reply§ four different lists, according to their status: Write mess. Create a new reply text. Inbox Change Edit received SMS or Inbox §Menu§ add new text. The list of received SMS messages is Answer is YES to the SMS.
  • Page 45: Sms Archive

    ] SMS SMS archive Lists menu Each list offers different functions: §Menu§ SMS archive The list of SMS messages stored in Open menu. §Options§ the phone is displayed. Ñ\SMS archive View View entry. INBOX Reply Answer incoming SMS mes- sages immediately. DRAFT UNSENT Delete...
  • Page 46: Mms

    ] MMS The Multimedia Messaging Service Music is sent and received in a MIDI enables you to send texts, pictures file, single tones/sounds in an AMR (also photos) and sounds in a com- file. bined message to another mobile Navigation phone or to an e-mail address.
  • Page 47: Send Mms

    ] MMS Sound: Press. You can now Check MMS §Insert§ select a stored melody Check the MMS message before (see also Filesystem, sending it: p. 105). Open menu. §Options§ Slide duration Enter length of display for Preview slide individual pages (mini- View a single page.
  • Page 48 ] MMS MMS menu Prev. mes- Playback of complete sage MMS. Use any key to Different functions are available, de- cancel. pending on the context: T9 input preferred:Activate/ Open menu. §Options§ (p. 25) deactivate T9. Input language: Choose Insert line Extend address field by language in which the text one line.
  • Page 49: Receive Mms

    ] MMS Receive MMS Attachment A single MMS can contain several at- Indicates receipt of an tachments. MMS/a notification Open menu. §Options§ Attachment Service provider Select. Select attachment. 01.06.2003 10:10 Menu The attachment is opened §Open§ < with the available applica- Press the left soft key to tion.
  • Page 50 ] MMS Lists Lists menu Each list offers different functions: All MMS messages are saved in four different lists: Open menu. §Options§ Inbox Play Play back MMS. §Menu§ Inbox Change Open edit mode for chang- The list of MMS messages and notifi- cations received is displayed.
  • Page 51 ] MMS Preview Play back current page. slide Slide list Display pages available for selection. Attachment Open list of attachments re- ceived. Content Selection of page contents to be archived, such as pic- ture or sound. Save Store MMS in outbox list. Icon Meaning ‰...
  • Page 52: E-Mail

    ] E-mail Add attachments Your phone has an e-mail program (client). You can use it to create and A file from the file system (e.g. ring- receive e-mails. tone) can be inserted in an e-mail as an attachment (p. 105). Write/send e-mails Open file system.
  • Page 53: Receive E-Mail

    ] E-mail Receive e-mail Read new e-mail K ] K §Menu§ Inbox §Menu§ Inbox E-mail Receive e-mail Select e-mail. Before an e-mail can be read, it must be retrieved from the server. The §View§ The e-mail is displayed. service provider is dialled with the Switch between small, default access profile (p.
  • Page 54 ] E-mail Lists Read menu Different functions are possible, de- All e-mails are stored in four differ- pending on the context: ent lists: Open menu. §Options§ Inbox §Menu§ Inbox E-mail Reply The original e-mail is re- trieved. The sender is en- The list of received e-mails is dis- tered as recipient and can played.
  • Page 55 ] E-mail Sent Sort Sort • by subject §Menu§ Sent E-mail • by sender The list of transmitted e-mails is • by recipient displayed. • by date/time • by status Lists menu Not all sort criteria are possi- ble in all lists. Each list offers different functions: Send e-mail Establish connection with...
  • Page 56: Message Profiles

    ] Message profiles SMS profiles sage Validity Select the period in which the period service centre is to try to deliv- §Menu§ Setup er the message: Up to 5 SMS profiles can be set. Manual, 1 hour, 3 hours, The transmission characteristics of 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, an SMS are defined in these.
  • Page 57: Mms Profile

    ] Message profiles MMS profile MMS relay- MMS relay URL, e.g. srv. §Menu§ Setup A number of MMS profiles can be se- IP settings IP address: Enter IP ad- lected. The transmission characteris- dress. tics of an MMS are defined in these. Port: Enter port number.
  • Page 58: E-Mail Settings

    See also on User settings the Internet at: Provider Select provider. User name: Your name. Additional information E-mail addr.: * Your e-mail address, Your service provider must support the fol- e.g.,: name@do-...
  • Page 59: Voice Message

    ] Message profiles CB services POP3 Port: * (Default: 110) IMAP4 * These functions are described in a Enter Internet address if the server type is IMAP4 separate chapter (see p. 59). and SMTP. IMAP4 Port: * (Default: 143) SMTP server: * Enter Internet address.
  • Page 60: Cb Services

    ] CB services Setup Channel: Select §Menu§ CB services Open list menu. §Options§ Some service providers offer infor- If a topic is selected in the list you mation services (info channels, Cell can view it, activate/ deactivate it, Broadcast). If reception is activated, edit it or delete it.
  • Page 61: Internet Browser (Wap)

    É Surf & fun Internet browser (WAP) Start menu & fun Get the latest information from the Home The connection to the pro- Internet that is specifically adapted vider's portal is set up. This may be defined or pre-set to the display options of your phone. by your service provider.
  • Page 62: Browser Menu

    • Start menu • Browser menu Go to... Enter URL to access WAP • Home page directly, e.g. • Resume • Bookmarks Select from list of most Reset Restart session and clear recently visited WAP cache. addresses.
  • Page 63: Wap Profiles

    É Surf & fun Activate WAP profile Additional information Í You can change the current profile Browser menu. É each time you access the Internet. Offline. Ê Online. Select profile. Ë GPRS Online. Activate. The current pro- §Select§ Ì No network. file is selected.
  • Page 64: Games & More

    Sounds (ringer)/silent alert on/off ..p. 68 Runnable application can §Select§ Applications and games can be be started immediately. ¦ found at: Load game/application online Only description file §Select§ or on the Internet at: (p. 111); application has still to be loaded. É...
  • Page 65 É Surf & fun Receive information Delete all Delete all applications/fold- ers after confirmation. If information required, say, by an application that has already been in- Rename ¦ Rename highlighted appli- stalled, is received via SMS, the cations/folders. symbol appears in the display. By Move Move applications between pressing the left soft key, the rele-...
  • Page 66 If necessary, check with your service to download the application again or re-enable it. provider for details. Siemens does not offer any warranty, or guaran- tee or accept any liability for the customer's ability to download or enable applications again or to do so free of charge.
  • Page 67: Setup

    m Setup Display Logo Choose picture to be displayed in- §Menu§ Display stead of the provider logo. Select function. Color scheme Language Select colour scheme for the whole Set the language of the display text. service system. When "automatic" is set, the lan- guage of your service provider is Activate colour scheme used.
  • Page 68 m Setup Screensaver Start up anim. The screensaver shows a picture in Select animation to be shown when the display when a period set by you phone is switched on. has elapsed. The function is ended Shutdn anim. by an incoming call or by pressing any key.
  • Page 69: In-Audio

    m Setup Contrast The silent alert is activated if the loudest setting is set for the ring- Set display contrast. tone. This is to remind you not to hold Press the control key re- the phone to your ear when ringing in or- peatedly to adjust up or der to avoid damaging your hearing.
  • Page 70: Key Tones

    m Setup Incoming call Additional information You can assign different melodies to Please make sure you have accepted the Calls, and each group in Other calls call before holding the phone to your ear. the Addressbook. This will avoid damage to your hearing caused by a loud ringtone! Additional information If two independent phone numbers are...
  • Page 71: Dynamic Light

    m Setup Info tones Incoming msgs Set service and alarm tones: Select a flash rhythm to signal that an SMS/MMS has been received. On/Off Activate/deactivate tones. If switched on, a wider Extended Alarm range of service tones is Select a flash rhythm to signal an available, e.g.: appointment.
  • Page 72: Keys

    m Setup Keys Phone setup §Menu§ Keys §Menu§ Phone setup Select function. Select function. Any to answer Call waiting Incoming calls can be accepted by If you are registered for this service, pressing any key you can check whether it is set and you can activate/deactivate it (see al- (except so p.
  • Page 73 m Setup Unanswered No reply A call is only diverted after a delay Select Unanswered. that is determined by the network. (Includes the conditions The period can be set to a maximum reachable, reply, of 30 seconds in 5 second intervals. Busy, see below) Busy Press.
  • Page 74 m Setup Clear all Phone setup §Menu§ Select function. All set diversions are cleared. Fact. settings Additional information The phone is reset to the default val- Note that the divert is stored in the network and not in the phone (e. g., when the SIM ues (factory setting) (does not apply card is changed).
  • Page 75: Clock

    m Setup Clock Phone setup §Menu§ Select function. §Menu§ Clock Phone identity Select function. The phone identity number (IMEI) is Time/date displayed. This information may be The clock must be set to the right useful for customer service. time once at start-up. Alternative input in standby mode: Press.
  • Page 76: Connectivity

    m Setup Connectivity §Options§ Open menu. Activate/deactivate daylight §Menu§ Connectivity saving. When daylight sav- Select function. ing is activated a sun icon appears on the display. GPRS View Display the selected time (General Packet Radio Service) zone with name and date. GPRS is a new method for transmit- Set time zone.
  • Page 77: Data Services

    m Setup Km K Connectivity For GPRS (General Packet Radio §Menu§ Select function. Service) GPRS settings Data services Select. For the MMS, Wap Mail,Java,Rms You can activate GPRS for the profile applications at least one connection and change the settings here. You profile must be set up and activated.
  • Page 78 m Setup • The access profiles must be set Send vce/fax manually. Set this function on the phone before If necessary, check with your service transmission so that you can switch provider for details. from voice mode to fax mode. While the connection is being set up, Fax/data mod.
  • Page 79: Security

    m Setup Security Last 10 only (Phone-code protected) §Menu§ Security Select function Only phone numbers from the call list of "dialled numbers" (p. 37) can The phone and SIM card are protect- be dialled. This list can be filled with ed against misuse by several security phone numbers specifically for this codes.
  • Page 80 m Setup Security Status check §Menu§ Select function The following information can be displayed after a status check: Barrings Barring set. Barring restricts the use of your SIM Barring not set. card (this is not supported by all serv- ice providers). You need a 4-digit Status unknown (e.g.
  • Page 81: Network

    m Setup Network Choose network Network search is restarted. This is §Menu§ Network useful if you are not on your home Select function network or want to register on a dif- Line ferent network. The network list is re- built when is set.
  • Page 82 m Setup Your service provider is displayed: Network §Menu§ Select function. Display list of preferred §List§ networks. User group Create new entry: Depending on service provider, you • Select empty line, press §Entry§, can create groups with this service. then select another entry from the These can have access to internal list of service providers and con- (company) information, for exam-...
  • Page 83: Accessories

    Car Kit • Charging the phone battery. Only in combination with an original • Auto. activation of the Car Kit Siemens handsfree Car Kit (p. 129). profile when phone is inserted The profile is activated automatically in cradle. as soon as the phone is inserted into the cradle.
  • Page 84: Profiles

    ~ Profiles Setup files Several settings can be stored in a phone profile in order, for example, Edit a default profile or create a new to adapt the phone to the surround- personal profile: ing level of noise. • Five standard profiles are provided Select profile.
  • Page 85: Aircraft Mode

    The phone switches itself Car Kit off automatically. If a Siemens original Car Kit is used Normal mode (p. 129) the profile is activated auto- matically as soon as the phone is in- When you switch on your phone serted into the cradle (p.
  • Page 86: My Menu

    My menu Change sett. Press. §Menu§ Press. §My menu§ You can replace each entry (1–10) Create your own menu with fre- with another entry from the selec- quently used functions, phone num- tion list. bers or WAP pages. Select the required entry. The list of 10 possible entries is pre- set.
  • Page 87: Calendar

    ç Organiser Calendar Weekly overview KçK Aug 2003 §Menu§ Calendar M T W T F S S You can enter appointments and tasks in the Calendar. It offers a • monthly overview, Agenda • weekly overview, • daily overview. Scroll by the hour from Time and date must be set for the 0:00 to 24:00 hours.
  • Page 88 ç Organiser Agenda Filter Select feature: Select in the current over- §Agenda§ Memo, Speech memo, view. Call, Meeting, Birthday, All. Tue 05.08.03 All entries with the selected <New entry> feature are displayed. 20:00 Cinema Delete Delete selected recording. i 13:00 Garage Delete all Delete all entries after con- View...
  • Page 89: Alarm

    ç Organiser Alarm Additional information KçK For additional calendar settings see below §Menu§ Alarm under Calend. setup (p. 94). All appointment entries are dis- Appointment with alarm activated. played in chronological order. If an Appointment with alarm deactivated. alarm is missed it appears in the list Appointment with repeated alarm of missed appointments (p.
  • Page 90 ç Organiser Type: Alarm: Activate alarm. Memo. §ON§ Description with up to Enter start time of the 50 characters. alarm before the appoint- ment. Speech memo. Select: Record a voice memo at the end of the input pro- Minutes, Hours, Days. cedure (see also p.
  • Page 91: Tasks

    ç Organiser Tasks Alarm KçK When the set date and time are §Menu§ Tasks reached there is an audible and a vis- A task is displayed like an appoint- ual alarm. If an alarm is missed it ap- ment in the agenda of the selected pears in the list of missed appoint- day.
  • Page 92: Notes

    ç Organiser Notes Due time: Enter time. KçK §Menu§ Notes Alarm: Use your phone as a notepad. Enter a time (0–99) and a time unit ç Notes (minutes, hours, days) at which an audible/visual notification of an im- <New entry> pending task should be made.
  • Page 93: Missed Appointments

    ç Organiser Display entry Additional information Protect confidential data using a phone Select entry. code (p. 16). Please note that with the aid of suitable programs it is possible for confiden- Open note. §View§ tial notes to be read from the phone when connected to a PC.
  • Page 94: Dictating Machine

    ç Organiser Missed appointments menu New recording KçK §Menu§ Dictating machine Open menu. §Options§ The list of recordings is opened. View Display entry. x Dictating machine Delete <New record> Delete entry. Customer query Delete all Delete all entries after con- Shopping firmation.
  • Page 95: Time Zones

    ç Organiser Calend. setup Play back KçK KçK §Menu§ Dictating machine §Menu§ Calend. setup The list of recordings is opened. Show Birthd. Select recording. Switch birthdays display on/off. Birthdays are highlighted in colour Press. If Handsfree is set in §Play§ and shown in bold type.
  • Page 96: Extras

    [ Extras Calculator §Menu§ Select function. Enter number (up to Alarm clock 8 digits). The alarm will ring at the time set by you, even when the phone is — Select calculator func- switched off. tion. Setting Repeat procedure with Display options: alarm call §Edit§...
  • Page 97: Currency Conv

    [ Extras Currency conv Calculator functions §.§=§ Press right soft key §Menu§ Currency conv repeatedly. Ð You may calculate the exchange Retrieve a saved number from rates between three different cur- calculator. rencies. Convert Enter the currency Any combination of calculations can If no currency has yet been entered, be carried out between the curren- press...
  • Page 98: Stopwatch

    [ Extras Stopwatch menu Stopwatch §Menu§ Select function. Open menu. §Options§ Stopwatch Save Record the time(s) meas- Two intermediate times can be re- ured and assign a name to corded and saved. them. æ Stopwatch Reset Reset stopwatch. Stopwatch Display the stored times. list 00:00:00.000 View...
  • Page 99: Camera (Accessories)

    [ Extras Camera (Accessories) Picture A picture (especially in high resolu- Photos you have taken with the tion) requires a few seconds to be "QuickPic camera" (p. 128) may be processed. viewed, saved and sent immediately through the phone. The camera has Press.
  • Page 100: Camera Menu

    [ Extras Camera menu Additional information Toggle between reduced/full Open menu. §Options§ screen. Switch on display illumination with Use flash Use flashlight (only when any number keys. camera is plugged in) If the memory is full or the camera is not at- Full screen Switch to full screen mode.
  • Page 101: Voice Command

    [ Extras Voice command Voice command menu Highlight required entry. Functions can be started by a voice command. Up to 20 voice recordings can be saved in the phone for voice §Options§ Open menu. dialling or voice commands (not on Playing Play back the recording be- SIM card!).
  • Page 102: Remote Synchronisation

    The data can, for example, Slow: All data will be syn- chronised in both direc- be saved on a company computer tions. or the Internet (e.g., Provider Select or set access profile (p. 76). Synchronise Home E.g., http:// Computer is selected and §Sync§...
  • Page 103: Sim Services (Optional)

    [ Extras SIM services HTTP au- Depends on the service thent. (optional) provider, generally not required. Your service provider may offer spe- HTTP name: Enter user name. cial applications such as mobile banking, share prices, etc. via the HTTP Enter password. passw.: SIM card.
  • Page 104: Fast Access Key

    Fast access key Left soft key The left soft key and the number keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling numbers) Assign a function/phone number to can each be assigned an important the left soft key for fast access. phone number or a function. The phone number can then be dialled or Edit the function started at the touch of a...
  • Page 105: Speed Dialling Keys

    Fast access key Speed dialling keys Apply Select a stored phone number or Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as start a stored application (e. g. speed dialling numbers for fast ac- SMS). cess. For available key assignments see p.
  • Page 106: Filesystem

    Ñ Filesystem To organise your files, you can use Sub-folders: *.smo the file system like a PC file manager. archive *.smi Inbox: The file system assigns special fold- Incoming mail ers to different data types. Draft: KÑ §Menu§ Drafted messages A list of the folders and files is dis- Unsent: played.
  • Page 107 Ñ Filesystem File system menu Open menu §Options§ Open Open folder. Move Place highlighted file or folder in temporary memory. Copy Copy highlighted file into temporary memory. Paste Transfer content of tempo- rary memory into current fold- Delete Delete current entry. Delete all Delete all entries.
  • Page 108: Send

    Send... The phone provides you with several methods for sending texts and data via different transmission routes. Ac- cess to these functions is available in the option menu of the relevant ap- plication. These menu items can vary depending on the application. Via SMS Send...
  • Page 109: Notes A-Z

    Notes A-Z Activate/deactivate tones Completing phone numbers in the Phonebook/Addressbook Hold down. Digits may be replaced by a "?" when phone numbers are entered in the In standby mode Phonebook/Addressbook: All audible signals (including the ringtone) can be switched off and on Hold down.
  • Page 110 These entries are transmitted direct- your PC using the "Siemens Data ly as DTMF codes (control codes). Suite" (p. 116). Open call menu. y menu§...
  • Page 111: International Dialling Codes

    Notes A-Z HTTP (Enhanced Messaging Service) (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) In addition to (formatted) texts, you HTTP indicates the protocol which can also use this service to send governs the transfer of data on the Internet. You can download applica- • pictures (bitmaps) up to tions and games (Games &...
  • Page 112: Highlighting Mode

    Internet and the exe- structions. cutable application is loaded. Siemens, however, does not guaran- The JAR file (Java Archive) tee that downloaded and installed Java applications will work perfectly This file contains the executable ap- on your mobile phone (p.
  • Page 113 Notes A-Z Operating time If a highlighted entry is selected, the highlighting can be deleted: A full battery will deliver 60 to Unmark the current entry. §Unmark§ 250 hours of standby time or 100 to 300 minutes of talktime. Highlighting functions in options menu: The operating time depends upon the use:...
  • Page 114: Sim Card Problems

    Notes A-Z Phone number memo SIM card problems You can use the keypad to enter a You have inserted your SIM card. phone number during a conversa- Nonetheless, the following message tion. The person to whom you are appears: speaking can hear these entries. Please insert your SIM card When the connection has ended you Please check whether the card has...
  • Page 115: Software Version

    Notes A-Z Software version WAP operation Display the software version for your Start with... phone in standby mode: Set which functions are to be shown # 0 6 # , then press §Info§. in the display after the Internet call. Two phone numbers Open browser menu.
  • Page 116 Notes A-Z Change homepage Add bookmark The current WAP address The homepage address is entered in is imported as a book- the WAP profiles (p. 62). mark. A WAP page must be shown in the Online (save): display (online or offline): Select.
  • Page 117: Siemens Data Suite

    Siemens Data Suite Siemens Data Suite is a software pack- Warning! age with which you can increase the When you access the file system, please functionality of your mobile togeth- ensure that no files are deleted that are es- er with a Windows® PC. Phone and...
  • Page 118: Contacts Management

    GPRS Modem Assistant with other phones (including your GPRS Modem Assistant allows you to Siemens DECT handset) or Outlook ® establish GPRS connections from on your PC. your laptop. This means you can ac- You can create new entries on your...
  • Page 119: Questions & Answers

    Questions & Answers ns & If you have any questions about using your phone, visit us at tomercare anytime. As further help we have listed below some frequently asked questions and answers. Problem Possible causes Possible solution Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
  • Page 120 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution No network connec- Weak signal. Move higher, to a window or an open space. tion. Outside GSM range. Check service provider's coverage area. Invalid SIM card. Complain to the service provider. New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network (p.
  • Page 121 SIM card according to the instruc- tions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, please contact your service provider. Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 121). Service provider No authorisation for this service. Contact your service provider. code error.
  • Page 122: Customer Care

    # 0 6 #, then §Info§) and, if applica- ble, your Siemens Service customer number. Qualified Siemens employees are waiting to offer you expert information about our products and installation. In some countries repair and replace services are impossible where the products are not sold through our authorised dealers.
  • Page 123: Customer Care

    Customer care Mexico ........01 80 07 11 00 03 Morocco..........22 66 92 09 Netherlands .........0 90 03 33 31 00 New Zealand........08 00 27 43 63 Nigeria ..........0 14 50 05 00 Norway..........22 70 84 00 Oman............79 10 12 Pakistan..........02 15 66 22 00 Paraguay ..........8 00 10 20 04 Philippines ........0 27 57 11 18 Poland..........08 01 30 00 30...
  • Page 124: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and The suggestions given above apply crafted with great care and attention equally to your phone, battery, ance and should also be treated with care. charger and all accessories. If any of The suggestions below will help you these parts are not working properly, to enjoy your phone for many years.
  • Page 125: Product Data

    Product data Declaration of conformity data Phone ID You will need the following details if you Siemens Information and Communi- lose your phone or SIM card. Please enter cation mobile hereby declares that here: the phone described in this user...
  • Page 126: Sar - European Union (Rtte)

    0.64W/kg****. of age and health. The SAR information can also be Before a radio equipment may be found on the Siemens web site at placed on the market, compliance with the European laws and the re- While there may be differences...
  • Page 127 Euro- pean internal market. *** averaged over 10g body tissue. **** SAR values may vary depen- ding on national requirements and frequency bands. SAR information for different regions can be found at
  • Page 128: Sar - International (Icnirp)

    0.64W/kg***. cy (RF) energy recommended by in- SAR information can also be found at ternational guidelines from the In- ternational Commission on Non- While there may be differences bet- Ionizing Radiation Protection (IC- ween the SAR levels of various pho- NIRP).
  • Page 129: Accessories

    MMS or via email to a PC. Integrated Carrying Cases flashlight that can be switched on or off as A range of carry cases is available at spe- required. cialist shops or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online: Original Siemens Accessories mobilestore...
  • Page 130: Car Solutions

    Push To Talk Key HKO-520 Products can be obtained in specialist shops Mobile Holder Antenna HMH-550 or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store Cradle for connecting an outside antenna. online: Ideal for use with a Headset PTT or Car Kit Portable.
  • Page 131: Battery Quality Statement

    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 batteries.
  • Page 132: Guarantee Certificate (Uk)

    Siemens shall vest in Siemens. 24 months of purchase, Siemens • This Guarantee shall apply to new shall, at its own option and free of...
  • Page 133 Guarantee certificate (UK) To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the Siemens telephone serv- ice. The relevant number is to be found in the accompanying user guide.
  • Page 134: Guarantee Certificate (Irl)

    Union. For Products sold in the persons not authorised by Sie- Republic of Ireland the Guarantee mens. is issued by Siemens Ireland Limit- • Components on the printed cir- ed, Ballymoss Road, Sandyford In- cuit board are manipulated dustrial Estate, Dublin 18 - The Republic of Ireland.
  • Page 135 Guarantee. • Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Siemens reserves the right to charge the customer for re- placement or repair. • The above provisions does not im-...
  • Page 136: Index

    Index Battery operating time ....112 Big letters (message on display)..67 A/c limit........38 Birthday Accessories....... 128 Addressbook ......33 Addressbook Calendar .........94 Dial entry ........ 34 Bitmap Editor ......116 New entry....... 32 Bookmarks (WAP)......60 Read entry ......33 Browser, WAP......61 Agenda........87 Business card ......28 Alarm Alarm clock......
  • Page 137 CSD ........109, 110 Addressbook entries ....34 Data ........76 Incoming calls ......69 Currency converter ..... 96 Flashlight........98 Customer service, Siemens ..121 Folder (file system) ....106 Forwarding (call)......22 Data exchange (settings) .... 75 Data Exchange Software ... 116 Games & More ......63 Data objects ......
  • Page 138 Index Minute beep .......69 Missed appointments ....92 Identity number (IMEI)....74 Missed calls (call list) ....37 Illumination (display) ....67 IMEI number....... 74 Lists ........49 Inbox Profile ........56 E-mail ........53 Receiving ........48 MMS........49 Writing........45 SMS ........43 Muting (microphone) ....22 Index (file system) ....
  • Page 139 Second phone number ....80 SOS..........12 Security ........ 15, 78 Special characters .......24 Service centre (SMS)....55 Speech time (battery)....112 Service numbers, Siemens ..121 Speed dialling keys....104 Service tones ......70 Standard values ......73 Set ringtone ....... 68 Set time/date ......74...
  • Page 140 Index Standby mode ......12 Standby time ......112 Validity period Start animation......67 MMS ........56 Start menu (WAP) ....... 60 SMS ........55 Stopwatch ........97 Voice command ......100 Surf & Fun ........60 Voice dialling ......35 Switch off phone Voice mail (mailbox) ....39 Automatic.......