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   Summary of Contents for SIEMENS CT56

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety precautions ..... 3 Phonebook ........25 <New entry> ......25 Safety Information ..... 4 Call/search for an entry ...26 Antenna care ......4 Call with Record no....26 Phone operation ...... 4 Edit entry .......26 Electronic devices ..... 5 Location: .......27 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) ..
  • Page 3 Contents Calculator ......51 Siemens Service ......92 Currency conv......52 Specifications ......93 Voice command ..... 53 Exposure to radiofrequency sig- Voice message/Mailbox ... 54 nals ........93 Play back messages ....54 Technical data .......93 Trademarks ......93 CB services ....... 55 Maintenance ......94...
  • Page 4: Ts Safety Precautions

    Review these operating instructions and supply unit. safety precautions carefully before use. Do not use mobile phone in hos- Only use original Siemens bat- pitals or in the vicinity of medical teries (100% mercury-free) and devices, such as pacemakers or charging devices.
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    For are- ments could damage the phone and as where the use of mobile phones may violate FCC regulations. while driving is permitted, Siemens encourages persons to use their Phone operation phones responsibly and to employ hands-free devices.
  • Page 6: Electronic Devices

    Safety Information For vehicles equipped with Air Persons with pacemakers: Bags • should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their An air bag inflates with great force. pacemaker when the phone is DO NOT place objects, including ei- turned ON;...
  • Page 7: Posted Facilities

    Safety Information Vehicles could cause an explosion or fire re- sulting in bodily injury or even RF signals may affect improperly in- death. stalled or inadequately shielded Areas with a potentially explosive at- electronic systems in motor vehicles. mosphere are often but not always Check with the manufacturer or its clearly marked.
  • Page 8 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 9: Sar (specific Absorption Rate)

    The guidelines each model. The highest SAR value are based on standards that were de- for this Siemens CT56 phone when veloped by independent scientific tested for use at the ear is 1.04 W/kg, organizations through periodic and...
  • Page 10 FCC RF expo- sure guidelines, use only Siemens approved accessories. When carry- ing the phone while it is on, use the specific Siemens belt clip that has been tested for compliance. Use of non-Siemens-approved acces- sories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.
  • Page 11: Overview Of The Phone

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

    Getting Started The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit™ Covers, my-CLIPit™: p. 95) 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. Remove this film before getting started.
  • Page 13: 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 14: 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 15: In-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 16 General Instructions +49892325678 Messages Z Call log Office Carol Groups View Options Select Press. §Select§ Scroll to the required Press control key on the right entry. to open the Call log submenu. Press control key at the bot- tom to scroll downwards. Missed calls Received calls +49892325678...
  • Page 17: 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/wallpaper appears on the dis-...
  • Page 18: Security

    Security The phone and SIM card are protect- Press. §Select§ ed against misuse by several security Enter PIN. codes. Confirm input. §OK§ Keep these confidential numbers in a Press. safe place where you can access them §Change§ again if required. Confirm.
  • Page 19 Security 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. Clear SIM card barring If the SIM card is barred, enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) provided by your service provider with the SIM card, according to instructions.
  • Page 20: My Phone

    My phone Your phone offers a number of func- tions so that you can adapt it to meet your personal requirements. Ring tones Assign individual ring tones to caller groups or anniversaries (p. 63). The sound manager is available for managing the ring tones (p.
  • Page 21: Making A Phone Call

    Making a phone call Dialing with number keys Redial previous numbers The phone must be switched on To redial the phone number last (standby mode). called: Enter the number (always Press the Call key twice. with prefix, if necessary with the international di- To redial other numbers that were aling code).
  • Page 22: 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 Answer Reject use of the phone interrupts these...
  • Page 23: Handsfree

    Making a phone call Handsfree Held call You can put the phone aside during You can call another number during a call. You can then hear the caller a call. via the loudspeaker. Open call menu. y menu§ The current call is put on Hold hold.
  • Page 24: Multi Party

    Making a phone call Multi party Accept the waiting call Accept the waiting call §Swap§ Call up to 5 parties one by one and and place the current call link them together in a phone con- on hold. To swap be- ference.
  • Page 25: Call Menu

    Making a phone call Call menu The following functions are only available during a call: Open menu. y menu§ Swap (p. 22) Hold (p. 22) Mute Switch mute on/off. If switched on, the person on the other end of the line can- not hear you (muting).
  • Page 26: Phonebook

    Phonebook Group: Enter frequently used phone num- bers in the Phonebook with a special Default: No group name. To dial them, simply highlight §Change§ Entries can be organised the name. If a phone number is by groups (p. 30) for stored with a name, it appears on example: the display when you are called.
  • Page 27: 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 28: Location

    Phonebook Location: Phonebook menu An entry can be moved to different §Options Open menu. storage locations in the Phonebook (change entry, p. 26). View Display entry. ¢ SIM (standard) Edit 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 29: Assign Animation

    An animation can be assigned to several The preview p. 44 is §Load§ phone numbers. opened and the anima- Add pictures/animations....p. 45 tion is displayed. Siemens City Portal......p. 19 §Select§ The animation is assigned to the phone number. It appears with a symbol in the Phonebook.
  • Page 30: Voice Dialing

    Phonebook Voice dialing Apply voice dialing Hold down. Start voice di- You can dial phone numbers by sim- aling (in standby mode). ply saying a name. Now say the name, the phone Up to 20 voice recordings for voice number is dialed. dialing or voice commands (p.
  • Page 31: 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.: VIP, Friends, Business, Family al recipients. Select function: §Menu§ Groups Call to group SMS to group You can call up to 5 group members...
  • Page 32 Groups Confirm selection. The §OK§ Mute Switch mute on/off. If it is first entry is dialed. When switched on, the person on the connection has been the other end of the line established, the call is put cannot hear you (muting). on hold.
  • Page 33: Group Setup

    Groups Group setup Group entry menu Groups Group setup §Menu§ §Options Open menu. Å VIP View Display entry. t Friends Edit Ä Open entry for changes. Business (12) New entry Enter new member. Rename Select Remove Remove entry only from the group.
  • Page 34: Call Log

    Call log Your phone stores the phone num- Dialed calls bers of calls for convenient redialing. Access to the last ten numbers you dialed. §Menu§ Call log Fast access in standby Press. §Select§ mode. Choose call list. Erase records The contents of all call lists are Press.
  • Page 35: Messages (sms)

    Messages (SMS) Pictures and sounds in SMS You may transmit and receive very long messages (up to 760 charac- Pictures or sounds can be part of mes- ters) on your phone, which are auto- sages you receive. matically composed from several Pictures are shown in the message, "normal"...
  • Page 36: Inbox/outbox

    Messages (SMS) Inbox/outbox Capacity Display maximum and available capacity. Messages §Menu§ Inbox / Outbox / Mark as Mark the message as unread unread. The list of saved messages is shown. Save no. to Copy a selected phone ƒ number to the Phonebook. Barbara …...
  • Page 37: Compose A Message

    Messages (SMS) Archive menu Press. Dial number or pick out Open menu. §Options§ from the Phonebook. View Confirm. The message is Read entry. §OK§ sent to the service center Mark Highlight text to be edited. for transmission. Delete Delete selected message. Return to the message.
  • Page 38: Predefined Text

    Messages (SMS) Predefined text Text menu Standard text fragments which can Open the text menu. §Options§ be added to messages are stored in the phone. You can also create five Send Dial the number or select additional text fragments yourself. from Phonebook, then send.
  • Page 39: Picture & Sound

    Messages (SMS) Picture & Sound Note Playback only occurs on phones that sup- Insert pictures and sounds in the port this function. message (EMS, p. 81). In input mode a musical note is shown in- Compose the message. stead of the sound. Bitmap viewer ........p.
  • Page 40: 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 41: Browser Menu

    Surf & fun Browser menu More ... If the browser is active, the menu Profiles Set up to 5 access profiles can be activated as follows: (p. 68). Reset Press Delete the pages last visit- ed (cache). Setup Font size Í...
  • Page 42: Wap Profiles

    Surf & fun WAP profiles Note Homepage: The control key (left/right) may Preparation of the phone for Internet 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 43: Games & More

    Surf & fun Games & more Games and applications Applications and games that are al- Download games and other applica- ready stored in the phone are found tions via WAP/HTTP (p. 86, p. 82). under: You are advised about relevant appli- cations on the Internet.
  • Page 44 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 ¦ Capacity Display available capacity symbol appears in the display. (in kByte) for sound manag- By pressing the control key (on the er, bitmap viewer, Games &...
  • Page 45: Bitmap Viewer

    POSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED Press. §Select§ AS TO ANY AND ALL APPLICATIONS, SOFTWARE AND/OR UPGRADES NOT Select animation/picture. INSTALLED BY SIEMENS. Installed ap- plications, software and/or upgrades may The animation/picture is §Load§ be lost or deleted in the event your mobile displayed.
  • Page 46 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 47: Sound Manager

    Surf & fun Sound manager Sound manager menu Different functions are available de- You can use the sound manager to pending on which entry is highlight- play and manage ring tones and mel- odies. If you wish, you can also download further ring tones from Open menu.
  • Page 48 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 12:30p – Menu Open menu. §Options§ Select Ring tone for..If a melody has been received via SMS a note appears in the display.
  • Page 49: Organizer

    Organizer Alarm clock Appointments Organizer Alarm clock Organizer Appointments §Menu§ §Menu§ Use this function to set a single time <New entry> for the alarm call. The alarm sounds 12/22 05:41p u even when the phone is switched 12/23 6:00p off. View Options z 07:30...
  • Page 50: Special Events

    Organizer Special events List menu Organizer Special events §Menu§ 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 51: Notes

    Organizer Notes Reminder An alarm will remind you of the Organizer Notes §Menu§ 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 52: Missed Appointments

    Organizer Missed appointments Display entry Organizer Missed appmt. §Menu§ 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 special events and 10 entries for notes can be View Display entry.
  • Page 53: Currency Conv

    Organizer Select, then if: New entry Press and select First cur- §List§ Calculator functions rency. §. =+ - * /§ Press control key repeatedly on the right: Confirm. §Select§ Set decimal point. Select second field. Result. Press and select Second §List§...
  • Page 54: Voice Command

    Organizer Calculator menu Apply Hold down. Start voice §Options§ Open menu. control (in standby New entry Enter two new currencies. mode). Change Change the two currencies. When you now say the command, the function will be carried out. Delete Delete the two currencies. Note Delete all Delete all currency...
  • Page 55: Voice Message/mailbox

    Voice message/Mailbox Play back messages Most service providers offer you an external answering service. In this A new voicemail can be announced voicemail, a caller may leave a voice as follows: message for you • if your phone is switched off or Icon including beep.
  • Page 56: 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 57: 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 58: Car Kit

    Activate the profile. §Select§ Car Kit A security prompt must be If an original Siemens Car Kit is used confirmed. (p. 96) the profile is activated auto- The phone switches itself matically as soon as the phone is in- off automatically.
  • Page 59: Favorites

    Favorites Change settings §Menu§ Favorites 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 Favorites. The list of 10 entries available is pre- set.
  • Page 60: Fast Access Key

    Fast access key You can program an important Screensaver ........p. 61 phone number or a function on the Illumination ........p. 62 control key (on the left) and the Call screening........p. 63 number keys 2 to 9 (speed dialing Call forward ........p. 64 numbers).
  • Page 61: Speed Dialing Keys

    Fast access key Speed dialing keys Apply Select a stored phone number or Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as start a stored application (e.g. speed dialing numbers for fast ac- SMS). cess. For available key assignments see p. 59. Number key 1 is reserved In standby mode e.g.: for the voicemail number (p.
  • Page 62: Setup

    Setup Display Screensaver menu Open menu. §Options§ Setup Display §Menu§ Select a function Enable Activate screensaver. Language Style Analog clock Bitmap/ Set the language of the display text. Animation. When "automatic" is set, the lan- Animation Assign a Bitmap/Animati- guage of your home service provider to the screensaver.
  • Page 63: Audio

    Setup Big letters Vibra. alert You can choose between two font To avoid being disturbed by the ring- sizes for the display. er, you can activate the vibrating alert instead. The vibrating alert can Illumination also be activated in addition to the ringer (e.g.
  • Page 64: Ring Tones

    Setup Ring tones Call screening You can assign special ring tones to Only calls from numbers that are in the call types/functions listed below . the Phonebook or in a predefined group are signalled audibly or by vi- Select: brating alert. Other calls are only dis- played.
  • Page 65: Keys

    Setup Keys Phone setup Setup Keys Setup Phone setup §Menu§ §Menu§ Select a function. Select a function. Any to answer Call waiting Use any key to accept incoming calls If you are registered for this service, you can check whether it is set and (except you can activate/deactivate it (p.
  • Page 66 Setup After a short pause, the current situ- Receiving data ation is transmitted by the network Data calls are forwarded to a and displayed. phone number with a PC connec- tion. Condition set. Status check Not set. You can check the current call for- Display, if status is un- warding status for all conditions.
  • Page 67: Clock

    Setup Clock §Menu§ Setup Phone setup Select a function. Setup Clock §Menu§ Fact. settings Select a function. The phone is reset to the default val- Time/date ues (factory setting) (does not apply The clock can be set correctly at to SIM card and network settings). start-up.
  • Page 68: Connectivity

    Setup Connectivity Auto off The phone switches off each day at Setup Connectivity §Menu§ the set time. Select a function. Activate: GPRS Press. §Time§ (General Packet Radio Service) GPRS is a new method for transmit- Enter time (24 h clock). ting data faster in the mobile net- Confirm.
  • Page 69: Wap Profile Settings

    Setup cation Procedure). CSD set- Dial-up no.: Enter ISP tings number. WAP profile settings (Circuit Call type: Select ISDN or Up to 5 WAP profiles can be set (may Switched Analogue. Data) be barred by the service provider). Login name: Enter login The entries may vary depending on name.
  • Page 70: Select Profile

    Setup Set SMS profiles Select profile range and make your settings/en- Setup Connectivity §Menu§ tries field by field. Select a function. The entry card is §Edit§ A maximum of 5 SMS profiles can be displayed. set. They define the transmission If necessary, check with your service characteristics for an SMS.
  • Page 71 Setup Fax/data mode using a PC Validity Select the period in which the period service center tries to deliver Setup Connectivity §Menu§ the message: Fax/data mod. Select a function. Manual, 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 With the phone and a connected PC, week, Maximum* you can transmit and receive faxes...
  • Page 72: Security

    Setup Security Voice/fax rec (Only if a special fax or data number Setup Security §Menu§ is not available). Select a function. Start the required communication The phone and SIM card are protect- program in your PC and switch on ed against misuse by several security the function at the phone during the codes.
  • Page 73 Setup Only Barrings ‚ (PIN 2 protected) Barring restricts the use of your SIM card (not supported by all service The dialing options are restricted to providers). You need a 4 digit pass- SIM protected numbers in the word which your service provider Phonebook.
  • Page 74: Network

    Setup Network Status check The following information can be Setup Network §Menu§ displayed after a status check: Select a function. Barring set. Line Barring not set. This function is only displayed if it is Status unknown supported by the service provider. (e.g.
  • Page 75: Choose Network

    Setup Choose network Your service provider is displayed: Display list of preferred §List§ The network search is restarted. This networks. is useful if you are not on your home network or want to register on a dif- Fast search ferent network. The network info list is rebuilt when networkis set.
  • Page 76: Accessories

    Car Kit this service enables groups to be formed. These have access for exam- If an original Siemens Car Kit is used ple to internal (company) informa- (p. 96) the profile is activated auto- tion or special tariffs apply to them.
  • Page 77 • Charging the phone battery. • Automatic activation of the Car Kit profile (p. 57) when the phone is inserted. Headset If an original Siemens Headset is used (p. 95) the profile is automati- cally activated when the headset is plugged in. User-definable settings...
  • Page 78: Text Entry With "t9

    Text entry with "T9" "T9" deduces the correct word from You simply press the keys where the the individual key entries by making relevant letter is located once only. " comparisons with an extensive dic- For "hotel", for example: tionary. Press briefly for then 4 6 8 3 5...
  • 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) Display indicators ¦ WAP Online. Ë Signal strength. WAP via GPRS Online. Ì Charging. WAP No network. Battery level. Headset mode. ® All calls are forwarded. Loudspeaker Car Kit. œ Ringer off. Additional handset mode. ³ Short ringer (beep) only. Car Kit active.
  • 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), Hold down. •...
  • Page 83: International Dialing Codes

    Notes A-Z HTTP International dialing codes (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) Many international dialing 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 dialing from the Phone- you can download applications and book):...
  • Page 84: Operating Times

    Outside the home network tion. If you are outside your "home net- Siemens does not guarantee that the work" your phone automatically se- downloaded and installed Java appli- lects a different GSM network cations work well with your mobile (p.
  • Page 85: Phone Number Memo

    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, b ut If the phone was unable to send the the following message appears: message to the service center 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 Notes A-Z Switch off ringer Two phone numbers Switch off the ringer only for the Special settings can be made for current call/alarm (not if "Any key an- each phone number (e.g. melody, swer" p. 64, is active): call forward etc.). Switch to the re- quired number first.
  • 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. 69). You can change it in standby mode (if permitted by the service provider!): §Menu§ Setup Connectivity WAP profiles Select the profile for example: Select.
  • Page 90: Questions&answers

    No mains voltage. Use different mains power socket, check mains voltage. Wrong charger. Only use original Siemens accessories. Battery faulty. Replace battery. SIM error. SIM card not correctly inserted. Make sure that the SIM card is correctly inserted (p.
  • 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. Unlimited entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 92). Service provider code No authorization for this service. Contact your service provider. error.
  • Page 93: Siemens Service

    Malaysia..........03 21 63 11 18 and operational queries is available from our Malta ........00 35 32 14 94 06 32 Siemens Service support below or in the Mauritius ..........2 11 62 13 "Questions&Answers" section, (p. 89). Mexico ........01 80 07 11 00 03 Morocco..........22 66 92 09...
  • Page 94: Specifications

    Specifications Exposure to The design of your phone complies with the FCC guidelines (and those radiofrequency signals standards). For additional informa- tion concerning exposure to radio Your wireless handheld portable frequency signal, see the statement telephone is a low power radio trans- by the FDA at the end of this user mitter and receiver.
  • Page 95: Maintenance

    Maintenance Maintenance tips ance • 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 96: Accessories

    To connect the mobile phone to the serial RS232 port of the PC. Note Data Cable USB Siemens warns against the use of non-li- To connect the mobile phone to the USB censed and non-approved third-party bat- port of your PC. With load function.
  • Page 97: Car Solutions

    Accessories Car Solutions Car Charger Charger for the cigarette lighter socket in your car. Car Kit Portable Handsfree kit with integrated loudspeaker and microphone and auto answer feature. Simply plug into the cigarette lighter socket. Ideal for mobility between vehicles. Mobile Holder Cradle without antenna port.
  • Page 98: U.s. Fda

    U.S. FDA been done to address these ques- tions, no clear picture of the biologi- cal effects of this type of radiation has emerged to date. Thus, the avail- able science does not allow us to The U.S. Food and Drug conclude that mobile phones are ab- Administration's (FDA) Center solutely safe, or that they are unsafe.
  • Page 99 U.S. FDA ty of mobile phones. This research How much evidence is there that hand- held mobile phones might be harmful? has resulted in two findings in partic- ular that merit additional study: Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; howev- 1.
  • Page 100 U.S. FDA 2. Researchers conducted a large Two other studies of interest have battery of laboratory tests to assess been reported recently in the litera- the effects of exposure to mobile ture: phone RF on genetic material. These • Two groups of 18 people were ex- included tests for several kinds of ab- posed to simulated mobile phone normalities, including mutations,...
  • Page 101 U.S. FDA is undertaken to provide the neces- rent case-control study of brain can- sary answers to the outstanding cers by the National Cancer Institute, questions about the safety of mobile as well as the follow-up research to phones. be sponsored by industry, will begin to generate this type of information.
  • Page 102 U.S. FDA • Cooperate in providing mobile hand-held mobile phones could con- phone users with the best possible sider holding lengthy conversations information on what is known on conventional phones and reserv- about possible effects of mobile ing the hand-held models for shorter phone use on human health.
  • Page 103 U.S. FDA • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): • United Kingdom, National Radio- logical Protection Board: • Cellular Telecommunications In- dustry Association (CTIA): • U.S. Food and Drug Administra- tion (FDA) Center for devices and Radiological Health:
  • Page 104: Fcc/industry Canada Notice

    FCC/Industry Canada Notice ustry Your phone may cause TV or radio in- terference (for example, when using a telephone in close proximity to re- ceiving equipment). The FCC or In- dustry Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such in- terference cannot be eliminated.
  • Page 105: Ten Driving Safety Tips

    Whether you choose an installed mounted device for your phone or a speaker phone accessory, take advantage of these devices if Your Siemens wireless phone gives they are available to you. you the power to communicate by Position your phone within easy reach.
  • Page 106 Ten Driving Safety Tips Dial sensibly and assess the traffic. Use your phone to help others in emer- gencies. If possible, place calls when you are not moving or before pulling into Your wireless phone provides you a traffic. Try to plan your calls before perfect opportunity to be a “good you begin your trip, or attempt to co- Samaritan”...
  • Page 107: Intellectual Property

    Intellectual Property shall remain with Siemens, its affiliates, partners or suppliers. Siemens will have no liability with re- spect to any claim of patent infringe- ment which is based upon the com- bination of the Product or parts...
  • Page 108: Index

    Index Accepted calls, call list Calculator functions ....33 ....... 51 Accessories Call ........95 Activate accept/end ........21 HTTP profile barrings ......... 44 ........72 phone profile ....... 56 ..........20 Aircraft mode, profile forward ..... 57 ........64 Alarm held ..........
  • Page 109 Multi party ..........22 ........23 Hide ID Mute ..........64 ..........24 Home network Muting, microphone ........ 74 ...... 24 Hotline Siemens My phone ......92 ........19 HTTP ..........82 HTTP profiles ........68 Network barrings ........72...
  • Page 110 Index Only Record No., Phonebook ‚ ........... 72 ....26 Only this SIM Redial previous numbers ........72 ....20 Operating times of the battery Reminder ..80 ......... 21 Organizer Ring tones, melodies ......... 49 Own (phone) numbers assign ....
  • Page 111 Index set profiles Vibrating alert ........69 ......... 62 status report Voice command ........ 70 ......53 text entry with T9 Voice dialing ....... 77 ........29 to group Voice message ........30 ........ 54 Software version Volume, handset ......85 ......

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