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  • Page 1 Be inspired 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 www.my-siemens.com...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety precautions ..... 3 Location: .......23 Assign animation ....24 Overview of the phone ....5 Voicedialling ......25 Getting Started ......6 Groups ........26 Insert SIM card/battery ....7 SMS to group ......26 Charge battery ......8 Call to group ......26 General Instructions ....
  • Page 3 Contents Currency conv......52 Questions&Answers ....89 Voice message/Mailbox ... 53 Customer Care ......92 CB services ....... 54 Care and maintenance ..... 94 Profiles ........55 Specifications/maintenance ..95 Setup ........55 Accessories ......96 Car Kit ........56 Basics ........
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    (classification as per the pacemaker. For more infor- IEC 60825-1)]. mation consult your doctor. Only use original Siemens The SIM card may be removed. batteries (100 % mercury-free) Caution! Small parts like this and – charging devices.
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    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 Loudspeaker Integrated antenna Display indicators Signal strength/ GPRS available/ battery level. _ ª g Call key Do not interfere with the phone above the battery Dial displayed phone Service provider cover unnecessarily. This number or name, accept 01.10.2002 12:30 reduces the signal strength.
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    Getting Started The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit™ Covers, my-CLIPit™: p. 14 and p. 96) as well as the keypad can be changed in a matter of seconds - no tools required. Please switch the phone off first: To attach To remove Note...
  • Page 8: Ts Insert Sim Card/battery

    Getting Started Insert SIM card/battery • Insert SIM card in the opening, contacts pointing downwards The service provider supplies you (make sure the angled corner is in with a SIM card on which all the im- correct position ). Push gently portant data for your line is stored.
  • Page 9: Charge Battery

    Getting Started Charge battery Charge icon not visible If the battery is totally discharged no The battery is not fully charged charge icon is displayed when the when delivered. Plug in the charger charger is plugged in. It is displayed cable at the bottom of the phone, after 2 hours at most.
  • Page 10: General Instructions

    General Instructions User Guide This corresponds to: The following symbols are used to explain operation: Service provider 01.10.2002 12:30 Enter numbers or letters. Menu Games... On/Off/End key. Call key. Press control key at the top/ Open menu. §Menu§ at the bottom to scroll up and down.
  • Page 11 General Instructions +49892325678 Messages Z Records Office Carol Groups View Options Select §Select§ Press. Scroll to the required Press control key on the right entry. to open the Records submenu. Press control key at the bot- tom to scroll downwards. Missed calls Calls received +49892325678...
  • Page 12: Switch On, Off / Pin Entry

    Switch on, off / PIN entry Switch on/off Standby mode n, off Hold down On/Off/End key to switch on or off. Service provider 01.10.2002 12:30 Enter PIN Menu Games... The SIM card can be protected with a 4-8 digit PIN. When the name of the service pro- Enter the PIN code using vider/logo appears on the display,...
  • Page 13: Security

    Security The phone and SIM card are protect- Press. §Select§ ed against misuse by several security Enter PIN. codes. §OK§ Confirm input. Keep these confidential numbers in a Press. safe place where you can access them §Change§ again if required. Confirm.
  • Page 14: Prevent Accidental Activation

    Security Prevent accidental ChangePhonecode activation You define and enter the phone code (4 - 8 digits) when calling a Even if PIN use is deactivated (p. 12) phone code protected function confirmation is required to switch on (e.g. babysitter, p. 20) for the first the phone.
  • Page 15: My Phone

    (p. 60) that you create yourself. page 24: Screensaver www.my-siemens.com/city You can set an analogue clock, an in- The Siemens City Portal also offers a dividual picture or an animation as list of countries in which these serv- screensaver (p. 60). ices are available.
  • Page 16: Making A Phone Call

    Making a phone call Dialling with number Redial previous numbers keys To redial the phone number last called: The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Press the Call key twice. Enter the number (always To redial other numbers that were with prefix, if necessary dialled previously: with the international di-...
  • Page 17: When A Number Is Busy

    Making a phone call When a number is busy Accept call If the called number is busy or can- not be reached because of network problems several options are availa- +498912345 ble (depending on the service pro- vider). An incoming call or any other Reply Reject use of the phone interrupts these...
  • Page 18: Reject Call

    Making a phone call Reject call Deactivate. §Handsfr.§ Press. §Reject§ Note It is essential to switch off "Handsfree" before putting the telephone directly to your Press briefly. ear to avoid damage to hearing! y menu§ Call menu ......p. 19 Note Missed calls.......
  • Page 19: Call Waiting/swap

    Making a phone call Call waiting/Swap Reject waiting call Reject the waiting call. §Reject§ You may need to register for this The caller hears the busy function with the service provider tone. and set your phone accordingly (p. 64). During a call, you may be advised If this is set, the waiting §Divert§...
  • Page 20: Conference

    Making a phone call Conference Call menu Call up to 5 parties one by one and The following functions are only link them together in a phone con- available during a call: ference. Some of the functions de- Open menu. y menu§...
  • Page 21: Babysitter

    Making a phone call Babysitter Only one phone number can be di- alled. Hold down control key on the right. Switch on Setup Security §Menu§ Babysitter Press. §Select§ Enter phone code: When first prompted you define and enter the phone code (4 - 8 digits). Please do not forget this code! Confirm input.
  • Page 22: Phonebook

    Phonebook Group: Enter frequently used phone num- bers in the Phonebook with a special Default: No group name. To dial them, simply highlight Entries can be organised §Change§ the name. If a phone number is by groups (p. 26) for stored with a name, it appears on example: the display when you are called.
  • Page 23: Call/search For An Entry

    Phonebook Call/search for an entry Text entry Press number key repeatedly until the re- Open Phonebook. quired letter is displayed. The cursor ad- vances after a short delay. Select a name with the Press once for a, twice for b first letter and/or scroll.
  • Page 24: Location

    Phonebook Location: Phonebook menu An entry can be moved to different §Options Open menu. storage locations in the Phonebook (change entry, p. 22). View Display entry. ¢ SIM (standard) Change Display entry for changes. Entries that are stored in the Phone- Create a new Phonebook book on the SIM card can also be entry...
  • Page 25: Assign Animation

    An animation can be assigned to several opened and the anima- phone numbers. tion is displayed. Add pictures/animations....p. 43 §Select§ The animation is assigned Siemens City Portal......p. 14 to the phone number. It › appears with a symbol in the Phonebook.
  • Page 26: Voicedialling

    Phonebook Voicedialling Apply voice dialling Hold down. Start voice di- You can dial phone numbers by sim- alling (in standby mode). ply saying a name. Now say the name, the phone Up to 20 voice recordings for voice number is dialled. dialling or voice commands (p.
  • Page 27: Groups

    Groups If there are many Phonebook entries Each send operation must be con- it is best to assign them to a group, firmed. It is possible to skip individu- e.g.: al recipients. VIP, Leisure, Office, Family Select function: §Menu§ Groups Call to group SMS to group You can call up to 5 group members...
  • Page 28 Groups Confirm selection. The §OK§ Microphone Switch the microphone on/ first entry is dialled. When off. When this is switched the connection has been off the person on the other established, the call is put end of the line cannot hear on hold.
  • Page 29: Group Setup

    Groups Group setup Group entry menu §Menu§ Groups Group setup §Options Open menu. Å VIP View Display entry. Ã Leisure Change Ä Open entry for changes. Office (12) New entry Enter new member. Rename Select Remove Remove entry only from the group.
  • Page 30: Records

    Records Your phone stores the phone num- Calls dialled bers of calls for convenient redial- Access to the last ten numbers you ling. dialled. §Menu§ Records Fast access in standby mode. Press. §Select§ Erase records Choose call list. The contents of all call lists are deleted.
  • Page 31: Duration/charges

    Duration/charges Charge settings You can display the charge details and the duration of calls as you §Menu§ Records Duration/charges speak as well as setting a unit limit Charge settings for outgoing calls. Conv. §Menu§ Records Duration/charges (PIN 2 query) After you have made the charge de- Enter the currency in which the tail settings, you can display the call charge details are to be shown.
  • Page 32: Messages (sms)

    Messages (SMS) You may transmit and receive very Delete selected message. §Delete§ long messages (up to 760 charac- Read nextmessage. §Next§ ters) on your phone, which are auto- matically composed from several Pictures and sounds in SMS "normal" SMS messages (note the Pictures or sounds can be part of mes- accruing charges).
  • Page 33: Inbox/outbox

    Messages (SMS) Inbox/outbox Reply menu §Menu§ Messages Open the reply menu. §Reply§ Inbox / Outbox / The list of saved messages is shown. Write message Create a new reply text. ƒ Change Edit message received Barbara … or assign a new text Carol …...
  • Page 34: Archive

    Messages (SMS) Archive menu Picture & List pictures and sounds in- sound cluded in the message. Open menu. §Options§ (p. 35) Capacity Display of the maximum View Read entry. and available memory space, plus the number of Mark Highlight text to be edited. segmentsthat make up the message.
  • Page 35: Text Menu

    Messages (SMS) Text menu Press. ¹ Enter number or select Open the text menu. §Options§ from the Phonebook. Send Confirm. The message is §OK§ Dial the number or select from Phonebook, then send. sent to the service centre for transmission. Save Save SMS in the outbox list.
  • Page 36: Predefined Text

    Messages (SMS) Predefined text Picture & sound Standard text fragments which can Insert pictures and sounds in the be added to messages are stored in message (EMS, p. 81). the phone. You can also create five Compose the message. additional text fragments yourself. Open the text menu at the §Options§...
  • Page 37 Messages (SMS) Note Playback only occurs on phones that sup- port this function. In input mode a wildcard is shown instead of the sound. Sending simultaneous multiple ring tones is not possible. Bitmap viewer ......... p. 42. Activate SMS profile You can change the current profile (change settings, p.
  • Page 38: Surf & Fun

    Surf & fun Internet (WAP) Start menu Get the latest WAP information from Homepage The connection to the In- the Internet that is specifically adapt- ternet provider's portal is established (may be set/ ed to the display options of your preset by the service pro- phone.
  • Page 39: Browser Menu

    Enter URL for directly ac- • Browser menu cessing an Internet ad- • Homepage dress, e.g. • Resume • Bookmarks wap.my-siemens.com Inbox Inbox for messages from Show URL Show the Internet ad- the WAP server. dress of the current page.
  • Page 40: Wap Profiles

    Surf & fun WAP profiles Note Preparation of the phone for Internet Homepage: The control key (left/right) may be assigned functions that are controlled access depends on the service pro- online from the homepage of your service vider currently used: provider such as "link"...
  • Page 41: Games & More

    Silent alert on/off ......p. 61 README only (p. 82); §Select§ Applications and games can be Application still has to be found at: downloaded. É wap.my-siemens.com Go to a link (optional) or on the Internet at: The selected Internet §Internet§ page is loaded. www.my-siemens.com/city...
  • Page 42 Surf & fun Receive information More info Download further instruc- tions via Internet (WAP), if If information which is required, say, available. by an application that has already been installed, is received via SMS ¦ Reinstall Reinstall an application symbol appears in the display. (update).
  • Page 43: Bitmap Viewer

    In these cases the purchaser will Select animation/picture. need to download the application again or re-ena- ble it. Siemens does not warranty or guarantee or The animation/picture is §Dwnload§ accept any liability for the customer's ability to displayed.
  • Page 44 Surf & fun Receive pictures Sort Set sort criteria. Attributes Display name and size in kByte. 01.10.2002 12:30 Capacity Display available capacity — (in kByte) for sound manag- Menu er, bitmap viewer, Games & More and SMS archive. If a picture (graphic/screensaver) has —...
  • Page 45: Sound Manager

    Surf & fun Sound manager Individual recording You can use the sound manager to You can use the microphone built in- record, play and manage sounds, to the telephone to record tones, ring tones and melodies (also melo- melodies or sounds. These record- dies for several voices).
  • Page 46: Playback

    Surf & fun Sound manager menu End recording. §Stop§ Start new record- §Repeat§ Different functions are available de- ing. pending on which entry is highlight- Enter the name under §Save§ which the recording Open menu. §Options§ should be stored. Play Confirm.
  • Page 47 Surf & fun Receive melody Ring tone for... You can choose a special melody for the call types/functions listed below. §Menu§ Surf & fun Sound manager 01.10.2002 12:30 – Menu §Options§ Open menu. Select Ring tone for..When a melody is received via SMS –...
  • Page 48: Organiser

    Organiser Alarm clock Alarms §Menu§ Organiser Alarm clock §Menu§ Organiser Alarms Use this function to set a single time <New entry> for the alarm call. The alarm sounds 15.05.2002 11:30 u even when the phone is switched 16.05.2002 12:00 off. View Options z 07:30...
  • Page 49: Greetings

    Organiser Greetings List menu §Menu§ Organiser Greetings Open menu. §Options§ Your phone will remind you of spe- View cial events so you do not forget them Display entry. any more. Activate/ Activate or deactivate Deactivate alarm (only if the alarm has New event not elapsed yet or is a greeting).
  • Page 50: Notes

    Organiser Notes Reminder An alarm will remind you of the §Menu§ Organiser Notes event twice: Use your phone as a scratchpad. • 24 hours before the date of the New entry event as entered. • On the day of the event with the Select <New entry>.
  • Page 51: Missed Alarms

    Organiser Missed alarms Display entry §Menu§ Organiser Missed alarms Select entry Events with alarm which you have Open note. §View§ missed are listed and can be displayed. Notes menu Note Open menu. §Options§ 50 entries for appointments and greetings and 10 entries for notes can be made in the View Display entry.
  • Page 52: Calculator

    Organiser Calculator Apply Hold down. Start voice Organiser Calculator §Menu§ control (in standby Enter number mode). (up to 8 digits). When you now say the command, the function will be carried out. Function "+" or "-". Note Noisy environments may affect the recognisability.
  • Page 53: Currency Conv

    Organiser Currency conv. Calculator functions §§. =§§ Press control key repeatedly §Menu§ Organiser on the right. Currency conv. Set decimal point. You may calculate the exchange Calculator result. rates between three different cur- Ð rencies. Retrieve a saved number from the calculator.
  • Page 54: Voice Message/mailbox

    Voice message/Mailbox Most service providers offer you an Divert §Menu§ e.g. Unanswered external answering service. In this mailbox, a caller may leave a voice Dial the number of the message for you mailbox. • if your phone is switched off or Registration at the net- §OK§...
  • Page 55: Cb Services

    CB services Some service providers offer infor- Selection from a list mation services (info channels). If re- Open list menu. §Options§ ception is activated, you receive If a topic is selected in the list you messages on the activated topics in can have a look at it, activate, deacti- your "Topic...
  • Page 56: Profiles

    Profiles Setup If a profile is used, several settings are made with one function. Edit a default profile or create a new • Five profiles are standard with de- personal profile: fault settings, they can be changed however: Select profile. Normal envi.
  • Page 57: Car Kit

    §Select§ Activate the profile. Car Kit A security prompt must be If an original Siemens Car Kit is used confirmed. (p. 97) the profile is activated auto- The phone switches itself matically as soon as the phone is in- off automatically.
  • Page 58: My Menu

    My menu Change settings My menu §Menu§ Create your own menu with fre- You can replace any preset entry (1- quently used functions, phone num- 10) with another entry from the se- bers or WAP pages. lection list of menu. The list of 10 entries available is pre- set.
  • Page 59: Fast Access Key

    Fast access key Control key (on the left) You can program an important phone number or a function on the A function/number can be pro- control key (on the left) and the grammed on the control key (on the number keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling left) for fast access.
  • Page 60: 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. 58. Number key 1 is reserved In standby mode e.g.: for the mailbox number (p.
  • Page 61: Setup

    Setup Display Screensaver menu. Enable Activate screensaver. §Menu§ Setup Display Select a function Style Analog clock Bitmap/ Animation. Language Animation Assign a Bitmap/Animati- Set the language of the display text. to the screensaver. The When "automatic" is set, the lan- screensaver is activated guage of your home service provider automatically.
  • Page 62: Audio

    Setup Big letters Silent alert You can choose between two font Switch the silent alert on/off (also in sizes for the display. addition to ringer). Illumination Select: Can be switched on and off (switching it off increases the Standard standby time). Helicopter Contrast Shock...
  • Page 63: Volume

    Setup Silent alert Ring tones To avoid being disturbed by the ring- You can assign special ring tones to er, you can activate the silent alert the call types/functions listed below . instead.. Select: Note d Calls Please make sure that you have accepted the call before putting the telephone to your Group calls ear.
  • Page 64: Keys

    Setup Keys Call screening Only calls from numbers that are in §Menu§ Setup Keys the Phonebook or in a predefined Select a function. group are signalled audibly or by si- Any to answer lent alert. Other calls are only dis- played.
  • Page 65: Device

    Setup Device Unanswered calls Select Unanswered. §Menu§ Setup Device Select a function. (covers the reachable, Call waiting conditions, reply, Busy see right) If you are registered for this service, you can check whether it is set and Press. §Select§ you can activate/deactivate it (p.
  • Page 66 Setup Spec. divert After a short pause, the current situ- ation is transmitted by the network Not reachable and displayed. Divert if the phone is switched off or Condition set. out of range. Not set. No reply A call is only diverted after a delay Display, if status is un- (depends on the network).
  • Page 67: Clock

    Setup Setup Device §Menu§ Note Select a function. If the battery is removed for longer than about 30 seconds the clock must be reset. Fact. settings Setting the date: The phone is reset to the default val- Day (2-digit) ues (factory setting) (does not apply Month (2-digit) to SIM card and network settings).
  • Page 68: Connectivity

    Setup Connectivity Auto display The time display in standby mode §Menu§ Setup Connectivity can be switched on and off. Select a function. Buddhist year GPRS Switch to the Buddhistic calendar (General Packet Radio Service) (not available in all models). GPRS is a new method for transmit- ting data faster in the mobile net- Auto off work.
  • Page 69: Wap Profile Settings

    Setup WAP profile settings CSD set- Dial-up no.: Enter ISP tings number. Up to 5 WAP profiles can be set (may (Circuit be barred by the service provider). Call type: Select ISDN or Switched Analogue. The entries may vary depending on Data) your service provider.
  • Page 70 Setup Set HTTP profiles CSD set- Dial-up no.: Enter ISP tings number. Up to 5 profiles can be defined (may (Circuit have been barred by the service pro- Call type: Select ISDN or An- Switched alogue. vider). The settings have normally Data) been carried out by the service pro- Login name:...
  • Page 71 Setup Set SMS profiles Validity Select the period in which the period service centre tries to deliver §Menu§ Setup Connectivity the message: Select a function. Manual, 1 hour, 3 hours, A maximum of 5 SMS profiles can be 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, set.
  • Page 72 Setup Fax/data mode using a PC Send vce/fax Set this function on the phone before §Menu§ Setup Connectivity transmission so that you can switch Fax/data mod. from voice mode to fax mode. Select a function. With the phone and a connected PC, While the connection is being setup, you can transmit and receive faxes the following function is available...
  • Page 73: Security

    Setup Security Only ‚ (PIN 2 protected) §Menu§ Setup Security Select a function. The dialling options are restricted to SIM protected numbers in the The phone and SIM card are protect- Phonebook. If only area codes are ed against misuse by several security entered, the relevant phone num- codes.
  • Page 74 Setup Barrings Status check The following information can be Barring restricts the use of your SIM displayed after a status check: card (not supported by all service providers). You need a 4 digit pass- Barring set. word which your service provider Barring not set.
  • Page 75: Network

    Setup Network Choose network The network search is restarted. This §Menu§ Setup Network is useful if you are not on your home Select a function. network or want to register on a dif- Line ferent network. The network info list is rebuilt when is set.
  • Page 76 Setup User group Your service provider is displayed: Display list of preferred §List§ §Menu§ Setup Network networks. Select a function. Create new entry: If offered by the service provider, this service enables groups to be • Select empty line, press §Entry§, formed.
  • Page 77: Accessories

    • Auto key lock: switched off. Car Kit • Charging the phone battery. If an original Siemens Car Kit is used • Automatic activation of the Car Kit (p. 97) the profile is activated auto- profile (p. 56) when the phone is matically as soon as the phone is in- inserted.
  • Page 78: Text Entry With "t9

    Hold down to open the input Create a word using T9 menu (p. 82). T9 dictionaries for other languages can be Since the display changes as you found at: www.my-siemens.com/t9 proceed it is best if you finish a word without looking at the display.
  • Page 79 Text entry with "T9" T9 word suggestions Correct a word If several options are found in the Words created using T9: dictionary for a key sequence (a Move word by word to the word), the most probable is dis- left/right until the re- played first.
  • Page 80: Display Symbols (selection)

    Display symbols (selection) Ë Display indicators WAP via GPRS Online. Ì Signal strength. WAP No network. Charging. Headset mode. ® Battery level. Loudspeaker Car Kit. All calls are diverted. œ Additional handset mode. ³ Ringer off. Car Kit active. Short ringer (beep) only. ±...
  • Page 81: Notes A-z

    Notes A-Z Control codes (DTMF) (Circuit Switched Data) Send control code You can enter control codes (digits) Data transfer is made via a data con- during a call so that an answering nection to a default IP address of machine can be controlled remotely. your network provider or service pro- These digits are directly transmitted vider.
  • Page 82 Notes A-Z Extending numbers in the Phonebook (Enhanced Messaging Service) When entering a phone number in Besides (formatted) texts, you can the Phonebook, digits can be re- also send placed by a question mark "?": • pictures (bitmaps), Press down. •...
  • Page 83: International Dialling Codes

    Notes A-Z HTTP International dialling codes (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) Many international dialling codes are stored in your phone. HTTP is the name for the protocol that controls transmission of data in In standby mode ( is not neces- the Internet. Via HTTP connections, sary when dialling from the Phone- you can download applications and book):...
  • Page 84: Operating Times

    Avoid exposing the phone to tion. direct sunlight or placing it on a radi- Siemens does not guarantee that the ator. downloaded and installed Java appli- Outside the home network cations work well with your mobile phone (see also p.
  • Page 85: Service Numbers

    Following this six-month pe- Change your location. riod, we recommend replacing your battery if you experience a signifi- cant drop in performance. Only pur- chase original Siemens batteries.
  • Page 86: Sim Card Problems

    Notes A-Z SIM card problems SMS status report You have inserted your SIM card, but If the phone was unable to send the the following message appears: message to the service centre a retry option is available. If this attempt Please insert SIM card also fails, contact your service Please ensure that the card is correct-...
  • Page 87 If you want to load another diction- ary (T9 language version) to support writing SMS in a different language, a comprehensive selection of dic- tionaries to be downloaded via the Internet and the relevant installation notes can be found at: www.my-siemens.com/t9...
  • Page 88 Notes A-Z WAP usage Bookmarks (URL) You can store a list of your fa- Start with... vourite Internet addresses (URL) You can set which functions are to in the phone (available offline and be displayed after Internet access: online, depending on the service provider): Open the browser menu.
  • Page 89 Notes A-Z Changing the home page The address of the homepage is en- tered in the (access) profile (p. 70). You can change it in standby mode (if permitted by the service provider!): Setup §Menu§ Connectivity WAP profiles Select the profile for example: Select.
  • Page 90: Questions&answers

    Questions&Answers ns&A 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 Possible solution Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
  • Page 91 Questions&Answers Question Possible causes Possible solution No connection to Signal weak. Move higher, to a window or open space. network. Outside GSM range. Check service provider coverage map. SIM card not valid. Contact the service provider. New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network (p.
  • Page 92 SIM card according to the instruc- tions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, contact your service provider. Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 92). Service provider code No authorisation for this service. Contact your service provider. error.
  • Page 93: Customer Care

    Abu Dhabi .........0 26 42 38 00 Our online support on the Internet: Argentina ........0 80 08 88 98 78 Australia..........13 00 66 53 66 www.my-siemens.com/customercare Austria..........05 17 07 50 04 We can be reached any time, any place. Bahrain ............ 40 42 34 You are given 24 hour support on all Bangladesh........0 17 52 74 47...
  • Page 94 Norway..........22 70 84 00 software version (to display press #06#, Oman............79 10 12 then §Info§) and, if applicable, your Siemens Pakistan..........02 15 66 22 00 Service customer number. Paraguay ..........8 00 10 20 04 Philippines ........0 27 57 11 18 Poland..........08 01 30 00 30...
  • Page 95: 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 96: Specifications/maintenance

    Specifications/maintenance Declaration of conformity Maintenance tips inte- Siemens Information and Communi- • The SIM card should be treated cation mobile hereby declares that with the same care as a cheque the phone described in this user guarantee card. Do not bend or...
  • Page 97: Accessories

    Accessories Basics ries Carrying Cases Several carrier bags can be obtained in spe- Li-Ion Battery (700 mAh) cialist shops. Visit our online shop under: L36880-N5601-A100 Original Siemens Accessories Spare battery. www.siemens.com/ Travel Charger mobilestore L36880-N5601-A104 (Euro) L36880-N5601-A105 (UK) Data/Applications Travel charger with an extended input volt- age rate of 100-240V.
  • Page 98: Car Solutions

    Products can be obtained in specialist L36880-N5701-A100 shops. Visit our online shop under: Handsfree kit with first-class digital call qual- Original Siemens Accessories ity and utmost ease of use. Includes all com- ponents needed for installation. The www.siemens.com/ individual antenna solution can be obtained mobilestore from your specialist dealer.
  • Page 99: 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 100 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 101: 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 102 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 103: Sar (european Union)

    0,49 W/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 www.my-siemens.com. While there with the European laws and the re-...
  • Page 104 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 www.my-siemens.com.
  • Page 105: Sar (icnirp)

    0.49 W/kg***. cy (RF) energy recommended by in- SAR information can also be found at ternational guidelines from the In- www.my-siemens.com. While there ternational Commission on Non- may be differences between the SAR Ionizing Radiation Protection (IC- levels of various phones and at va- NIRP).
  • Page 106: Index

    Index operating times ......83 quality declaration ..... 80 Accepted calls, call list ....29 Big letters ......... 61 Accessories ........96 Bitmap style ........60 Account limit ........30 Bitmap viewer ......... 42 Activate Bookmarks, WAP ......37 HTTP profile .........
  • Page 107 ........... 17 Dialling with number keys Hide ID ..... 15 ..........64 Display Home network ..........60 ........ 74 big letters Hotline Siemens ........61 ......92 contrast HTTP ........61 ..........82 illumination HTTP profiles ......... 61 ........69 symbols ........
  • Page 108 Index Maintenance of phone Phone ID (IMEI) ....94 ....... 66 Maintenance tips Phone identity number (IMEI) ......95 ..66 Menu Phone memory ....... 23 control Phone number transfer on/off ..........9 ..64 my menu Phonebook ........57 Message (SMS) assign animation ........
  • Page 109 ..........63 Symbols ........... 79 phone ........... 63 security ......... 72 Short message (SMS) ..... 31 Siemens City Portal activate/deactivate ......14 ..... 77 Signal strength word suggestions ........ 84 ....... 78 Silent alert Talk time (battery) ........62 ......
  • Page 110 Index Validity, SMS ........70 Vibration .......... 61 Voice command ......50 Voice dialling ........25 Voice message (mailbox) ....53 Volume, handset ......15 Volume, profiles ......55 Volume, ringer ........ 62 browser ........37 information ........86 parameters ........

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