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Haidenauplatz 1
D-81667 Munich
© Siemens AG 2001
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
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Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
http://www.siemens.com/mobiles
Ref.No.: A31008-H4100-A1-6-7619
*A5B00025203891*
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User Guide
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  • Page 1 35 i User Guide Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2001 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft http://www.siemens.com/mobiles Ref.No.: A31008-H4100-A1-6-7619 Information and *A5B00025203891* Communications...
  • Page 2: Overview

    Overview Overview Overview Overview M M M M enu Infrared Interface Set the network and (PC communication) phone control functions. D D D D isplay Indicators Soft Keys Reception strength/ battery level. (see below) Left Side Keys Right Side Keys Set volume/scroll up Hold down to record and down in the menus...
  • Page 3 Precautions Precautions All radio transmitters are subject to We recommend you use restrictions such as: only original Siemens bat- teries (100% mercury-free) Switch off in hospitals or in and charging devices. Oth- the vicinity of medical de- erwise considerable health vices, e.g.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Contents Contents Overview........1 Voice Memo ......22 Recording........ 22 Introduction......... 5 Pause ........22 Symbols used ......5 Playback ........22 Menu Entry ....... 5 Main Menu Information ... 23 Getting Started ......6 Main Menu......23 1.
  • Page 5 Clock ........64 Car Use ........64 Headset........64 Fax/Data ........65 Display Symbols ....... 66 Tips on Use ........ 67 Siemens Service ....... 68 Troubleshooting......69 Specifications......72 Licensing ......... 72 Technical Specifications ..72 Care / Security ......73 Care of your SIM Card.....
  • Page 6: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction Symbols used Symbols used Symbols used Symbols used Go Back Go Back Go Back Go Back Press this button briefly to The following symbols are used to go back one menu level. simplify operation: Hold this button down to Input of numbers or let- return to standby mode.
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    Getting Started Getting Started Getting Started Getting Started 1. In 1. Insert SIM Car sert SIM Card d d d 1. In 1. In sert SIM Car sert SIM Car • Insert the SIM card in the carrier (5). Ensure the angled corner is Your service provider will supply a positioned correctly and that con- SIM card, containing all the key data...
  • Page 8: Charge Battery

    Getting Started Getting Started Getting Started Getting Started 2. Charge Battery 2. Charge Battery 2. Charge Battery 2. Charge Battery Usage Time Usage Time Usage Time Usage Time A fully charged battery can provide The lithium ion battery is not yet fully 60 to 220 hours standby time or charged, so: 100 to 360 minutes talk time.
  • Page 9: Enter Pin

    Getting Started Getting Started Getting Started Getting Started 4. Enter PIN 4. Enter PIN 4. Enter PIN 4. Enter PIN Info Info Info Info Your SIM card can be protected with Wrong PIN? Wrong PIN? Wrong PIN? Wrong PIN? a 4 - 8-digit PIN code to prevent mis- The SIM card will be blocked after use (depending on the SIM card).
  • Page 10: Making Calls

    Making Calls Making Calls Making Calls Making Calls Dialling a Number Dialling a Number Dialling a Number Dialling a Number Info Info Info Info The phone must be switched on Setting the date/time, see page 64. (standby mode). Setting the language, see page 56. Dial the required number International Dialling International Dialling...
  • Page 11: When A Number Is Busy

    Making Calls Making Calls Making Calls Making Calls When a Number is Busy When a Number is Busy Redialling Redialling When a Number is Busy When a Number is Busy Redialling Redialling The following functions are available The last numbers you called are if the number you dial is busy: stored.
  • Page 12: Incoming Calls

    Incoming Calls Incoming Calls Incoming Calls Incoming Calls Answering Calls Answering Calls Turning off Ringer Turning off Ringer Answering Calls Answering Calls Turning off Ringer Turning off Ringer To be able to receive calls, you must Hold down. The ringer is switch the phone on (standby deactivated for the current mode).
  • Page 13: Phonebook

    Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook You can enter frequently dialled Text Entry Text Entry Text Entry Text Entry numbers with a name in the phonebook. The number is then Press number keys repeatedly until dialled by simply selecting the entry. the required character appears. The cursor advances after a short delay.
  • Page 14: Calling From Phonebook

    Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Calling from Phonebook Calling from Phonebook Calling from Phonebook Calling from Phonebook Info Info Info Info Open the phonebook. Selection by Name in the Phonebook Selection by Name in the Phonebook Selection by Name in the Phonebook Selection by Name in the Phonebook Open the phonebook.
  • Page 15: Phonebook Menu

    Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Menu Phonebook Menu Phonebook Menu Phonebook Menu VIP Entry VIP Entry VIP Entry VIP Entry Only designate important numbers Open the phonebook. as VIP entries to ensure fast access (page 13). Write the first letter of re- quired name and/or scroll Voice Dialling Voice Dialling...
  • Page 16 Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Location Location Location Location Check Space Check Space Check Space Check Space A new phonebook entry can be You can check used and available stored as follows: capacity for: SIM Card SIM Card SIM Card SIM Card SIM card Entries are automatically stored in Special SIM card...
  • Page 17: Saving A Control Code

    Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Phonebook Saving a Control Code Saving a Control Code Saving a Control Code Saving a Control Code Info Info Info Info You can store phone numbers and Improved Phonebook Management Improved Phonebook Management Improved Phonebook Management Improved Phonebook Management control codes (digits) together in the You can use the “SoftDataLink 3”...
  • Page 18: Fast Access Keys

    Fast Access Keys Fast Access Keys Fast Access Keys Fast Access Keys The left soft key and the number Setting Setting Setting Setting keys 2 to 9 can each be assigned an When making initial settings: important phone number or one of the functions listed below.
  • Page 19: Digit Key

    Fast Access Keys Fast Access Keys Fast Access Keys Fast Access Keys Digit Key Digit Key Digit Key Digit Key Press. Press. Digit keys 2 to 9 can be used as speed dialling numbers for fast ac- cess. Digit key should be used for the phone number for checking the Press.
  • Page 20: During A Call

    During a Call During a Call During a Call During a Call Volume Control Volume Control Volume Control Volume Control Reject Waiting Call Reject Waiting Call Reject Waiting Call Reject Waiting Call Rejects the call; the caller The volume can be adjust- hears a busy tone.
  • Page 21: Conference/toggling

    During a Call During a Call During a Call During a Call Conference/Toggling Conference/Toggling Conference/Toggling Conference/Toggling Three options are now available: You can call an additional number Swap Swap Swap Swap during a call. You may swap back and You can swap back and forth be- forth between the two tween both calls or link all callers to- calls as required.
  • Page 22: In Call Menu

    During a Call During a Call During a Call During a Call In Call Menu In Call Menu In Call Menu In Call Menu Time/Cost Time/Cost Time/Cost Time/Cost You can check current call time and The following functions are only cost (if programmed, see page 53).
  • Page 23: Voice Memo

    Voice Memo Voice Memo Voice Memo Voice Memo Pause Pause The voice memo feature enables Pause Pause you to: Release the memo key to • Record a conversation - useful if pause, then press it again you are given a phone number or (within 10 seconds) to address.
  • Page 24: Main Menu Information

    Main Menu Information Main Menu Information Main Menu Information Main Menu Information Main Menu Main Menu SIM Services SIM Services Main Menu Main Menu SIM Services SIM Services (optional) The main menu gives you access to Your service provider can offer spe- important phone functions and set- cial applications through the SIM tings.
  • Page 25: Office & Fun

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Switch Key Switch Key Office & Fun contains the following Switch Key Switch Key functions: The right soft key can be used to ac- ########### tivate any of the functions depend- ing on the current situation.
  • Page 26: Browser Menu

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Navigation Navigation Navigation Navigation Please note that WAP utilisation incurs additional costs (see also Go to URL Go to URL Go to URL Go to URL below). Input option for direct Internet ad- Online, Offline dress selection.
  • Page 27: Profiles

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun About Phone.com About Phone.com About Phone.com About Phone.com You can leave the list once all entries have been made: Displays the current browser ver- sion. Press briefly. Terminate the Internet Your service provider will inform you connection.
  • Page 28 Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Activate Activate Activate Activate Overview of profile settings struc- tures: Activate a set profile. Select the required profile ,&.> and confirm with Marks the activated pro- file. Encryption Encryption Encryption Encryption...
  • Page 29: Phonebook Key

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Phonebook Key Phonebook Key Phonebook Key Phonebook Key A menu can be opened during a WAP session: Add Bookmark Add Bookmark Add Bookmark Add Bookmark Insert the current online page as a new bookmark.
  • Page 30: Calendar

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Calendar Functions Calendar Functions Calendar Functions Calendar Functions Highlight the required day. Î Î The highlighted day is dis- played in reverse video. The Calendar offers you Days with entries are •...
  • Page 31: Appointments

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Appointments Appointments Appointments Appointments Alarm Types Alarm Types Alarm Types Alarm Types Î Î You can enter several different ap- Short note pointments for each day in the ap- "...
  • Page 32 Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Deleting an Alarm Entry Deleting an Alarm Entry Deleting an Alarm Entry Deleting an Alarm Entry Clear List Clear List Clear List Clear List All entered appointments are deleted.
  • Page 33: Calculator

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Calculator Calculator Calculator Calculator Î Î Enter the first number. ›?›> sets the decimal point). Press the right end of the left soft key repeatedly un- til the required calculator function is displayed.
  • Page 34: Currency Conv

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Currency Conv. Currency Conv. Currency Conv. Currency Conv. Edit Exchange Rates Edit Exchange Rates Edit Exchange Rates Edit Exchange Rates Î Î Select the required pair from the list: You can use the currency converter Press.
  • Page 35: Business Card

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Business Card Business Card Business Card Business Card Business Card Menu Business Card Menu Business Card Menu Business Card Menu Î Î Press. The following menu appears: You can create your own business ########### card and send it as a message via SMS or using infrared technology to...
  • Page 36: Games

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Games Games Games Games Quattropoli Quattropoli Quattropoli Quattropoli Î Î Drop the counters into a field from above. The object of the game is to --------------------------------------------------------------- be the first to have four counters in a row (horizontal, vertical, diagonal).
  • Page 37: Chronometer

    Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Office & Fun Chronometer Chronometer Chronometer Chronometer Stopwatch Stopwatch Stopwatch Stopwatch Displays the time to 100th second. Î Î Start/stop stopwatch (you The following menu is displayed: can also use the key on the right side of the ########### phone).
  • Page 38: Messages

    Messages Messages Messages Messages You can use your phone to receive Deleting a Message Deleting a Message Deleting a Message Deleting a Message and send written messages (SMS) At the end of the message you will and to receive voice messages and be asked whether you want to info services.
  • Page 39: Creating A New Message

    Messages Messages Messages Messages Creating a New Message Creating a New Message Creating a New Message Creating a New Message Text Menu Text Menu Text Menu Text Menu Î Î The text menu offers additional Î word processing functions, such as: ########### Create the message (for text entry see...
  • Page 40 Messages Messages Messages Messages Insert Picture Insert Picture Insert Picture Insert Picture The message can include symbols. In this case, the message can only be played back via telephones that support this function. Print via IrDA Print via IrDA Print via IrDA Print via IrDA The message is transferred to a suitable printer using infrared...
  • Page 41: Text Input With "t9

    Messages Messages Messages Messages Text Input with “T9” Text Input with “T9” Text Input with “T9” Text Input with “T9” Once you have completed your in- put, check whether the word dis- When using “T9” for entering mes- played is the one you want. If so, ter- sages, you only need to enter one minate it, otherwise correct it: keystroke for each letter.
  • Page 42 Messages Messages Messages Messages Words that were written with T9 Info Info Info Info can also be correct subsequently: In T9 mode the cursor Move left/right word by jumps from word to word. word until the desired Switch: Uppercase and word is highlighted.
  • Page 43 Messages Messages Messages Messages Preformatted Messages Preformatted Messages Preformatted Messages Preformatted Messages Info Info Info Info The phone contains a number of • A message is confirmed as sent preformatted messages that only by the phone with the text need to be supplemented with the “Message Sent”.
  • Page 44: Incoming / Outgoing

    Messages Messages Messages Messages Incoming / Outgoing Incoming / Outgoing Incoming / Outgoing Incoming / Outgoing Message Menu Message Menu Message Menu Message Menu A message is displayed. Your messages are stored in the in- coming and outgoing lists. The Select a function.
  • Page 45: Sending Business Cards

    Messages Messages Messages Messages Sending Business Cards Sending Business Cards Sending Business Cards Sending Business Cards Select the required type: ########### Î Î Enter phone number or se- lect one from phonebook and send as a normal mes- sage. For creating business cards, see page 34.
  • Page 46: Voice Message

    Messages Messages Messages Messages Voice Message Voice Message Voice Message Voice Message Setting Voice Mail Setting Voice Mail Setting Voice Mail Setting Voice Mail You will receive two phone numbers The service centre provides you from your service provider and with an external answering service these are entered as follows: (mailbox).
  • Page 47 Messages Messages Messages Messages Listening to Voice Mail Listening to Voice Mail Listening to Voice Mail Listening to Voice Mail Info Info Info Info A new voice mail will be displayed Set the mailbox phone as follows: number on the key indi- cated (see "Digit Key", page 18).
  • Page 48: Information Services

    Messages Messages Messages Messages Information Services Information Services Information Services Information Services New Topic New Topic New Topic New Topic Select. Your service provider may offer Cell • If there is no Topic Index as yet Broadcast where specific local infor- (see page 48), then mation is broadcast, e.g.
  • Page 49 Messages Messages Messages Messages Auto Display Auto Display Auto Display Auto Display Info Info Info Info CB messages are displayed in Displays Displays Displays Displays standby mode and long messages are automatically scrolled. Topic activated. Press. Topic deactivated. Switches to “Full page view”. New messages received Automatic display can be set for all on the topic.
  • Page 50: Records

    Records Records Records Records Calls dialled Calls dialled The phone records the phone num- Calls dialled Calls dialled bers of the most recent calls, ena- Fast access to the last phone num- bling you to call back. bers you dialled. In standby mode: Î...
  • Page 51: Profiles

    Profiles Profiles Profiles Profiles You can store individual settings for Profile Menu Profile Menu Profile Menu Profile Menu certain functions in a personal ########### profile, or select one of three standard profiles. If, for example, the phone is used by ########### different users, each one can acti- vate their settings by selecting their...
  • Page 52: Audio

    Audio Audio Audio Audio Î Any Call Any Call Any Call Any Call then select one of the fol- If two independent phone numbers lowing functions: are registered for your phone, you ########### have the following choice: ########### ########### Melodies Melodies Melodies Melodies...
  • Page 53: Service Tones

    Audio Audio Audio Audio Service Tones Service Tones Service Tones Service Tones The following service and alarm tones can be activated or deacti- vated: ########### ########### Record Melody Record Melody Record Melody Record Melody You can compose a melody of your own and then use it in the same way as the melodies provided (see page 51).
  • Page 54: Time/charge

    Time/Charge Time/Charge Time/Charge Time/Charge You can display the charge details AdviceOf Charge AdviceOf Charge AdviceOf Charge AdviceOf Charge and duration of calls as you speak, If your network supports charge as well as setting a unit limit for out- detail display, then the current units going calls are shown.
  • Page 55: Divert

    Divert Divert Divert Divert This network function diverts calls Divert Conditions Divert Conditions Divert Conditions Divert Conditions to your mailbox or to other numbers chosen by yourself. This means that All Unanswered All Unanswered All Unanswered All Unanswered you are always reachable. This covers the key conditions (see Î...
  • Page 56: Status Check

    Divert Divert Divert Divert Status Check Status Check Clear all Diverts Clear all Diverts Status Check Status Check Clear all Diverts Clear all Diverts A check is made in the service All set call diversions are deleted. centre to see which call diversions are set.
  • Page 57: Setup

    Setup Setup Setup Setup Menu Mode Menu Mode Phone Phone Menu Mode Menu Mode Phone Phone Î Î Î Î then select a function. To make it easier for new users to learn how to operate the phone, the Language Language Language Language...
  • Page 58 Setup Setup Setup Setup Display Display Display Display Status Status Status Status Illumination Illumination Master Reset Master Reset Illumination Illumination Master Reset Master Reset Display illumination can be activated The phone is reset to default values and deactivated (to prolong standby (does not apply to SIM card and net- time).
  • Page 59: Security

    Setup Setup Setup Setup Security Security Security Security Allow only Allow only Allow only Allow only (PIN 2/phone code) The phone and SIM card are protect- ed from misuse by several security Dialling options are limited to codes. numbers in the phonebook; new entries cannot be made.
  • Page 60: Network

    Setup Setup Setup Setup Network Network PIN Control PIN Control PIN Control PIN Control Network Network The PIN is normally requested each Î Î time the phone is switched on. You then select a function: can deactivate this control here, but this would risk unauthorised use of Line Line...
  • Page 61 Setup Setup Setup Setup Configuration Configuration Configuration Configuration Preferred Netw Preferred Netw Preferred Netw Preferred Netw The networks you prefer after your Network Info Network Info Network Info Network Info home network are displayed in this The list of currently available GSM list (e.g.
  • Page 62 Setup Setup Setup Setup Barring Barring Barring Barring User Groups User Groups User Groups User Groups Barring restricts the usage of your If offered by the service provider, phone (not supported by all service this service enables groups to be providers).
  • Page 63: During Calls

    Setup Setup Setup Setup During Calls During Calls During Calls During Calls Î Î then select a function: Call Waiting Call Waiting Call Waiting Call Waiting If you are registered for this service, you can check whether it is set and activate or deactivate it (see also page 19).
  • Page 64: Fax/data Mode

    Setup Setup Setup Setup FAX/Data Mode FAX/Data Mode FAX/Data Mode FAX/Data Mode Receive Sp/FAX Receive Sp/FAX Receive Sp/FAX Receive Sp/FAX (Only if the phone numbers for Î Î speech and fax reception are identical.) then select a function: Switch to fax mode during a call. You can use the phone and a con- nected PC to send and receive faxes Rec.
  • Page 65: Clock

    Setup Setup Setup Setup Clock Clock Car Use Car Use Clock Clock Car Use Car Use Î Î Î Î then select a function: then select a function: Auto Answer Auto Answer Auto Answer Auto Answer Time&Date Time&Date Time&Date Time&Date Calls are answered after the 3rd sig- The clock must be set correctly dur- nal tone if the phone is connected to...
  • Page 66: Fax/data

    Fax/Data Fax/Data Fax/Data Fax/Data Technical Information Technical Information Technical Information Technical Information Sending Fax or Data Sending Fax or Data Sending Fax or Data Sending Fax or Data • During a call: Fax/Data Prerequisites Fax/Data Prerequisites Fax/Data Prerequisites Fax/Data Prerequisites First set the function (page 63) and then start your PC’s...
  • Page 67: Display Symbols

    Display Symbols Display Symbols Display Symbols Display Symbols The following symbols are displayed during operation: Display Indicators Display Indicators Organizer Icons Organizer Icons Display Indicators Display Indicators Organizer Icons Organizer Icons Memo. Incoming signal strength. Battery being charged. Meeting. Battery indicator. Call.
  • Page 68: Tips On Use

    Tips on Use Tips on Use Tips on Use Tips on Use Deactivate Ringer Deactivate Ringer Deactivate Ringer Deactivate Ringer Call Mailbox Call Mailbox Call Mailbox Call Mailbox Hold down in standby This digit key is reserved mode. All signal tones are for the mailbox (see activated/deactivated tem- page 46).
  • Page 69: Siemens Service

    Siemens Service Siemens Service Siemens Service Siemens Service Worldwide support from Siemens partners is just a phone call away. Alternatively, use the Internet Internet: http://www.siemens.com/cd.service Internet: http://www.siemens.com/cd.service Internet: http://www.siemens.com/cd.service Internet: http://www.siemens.com/cd.service Luxembourg..Siemens ....43 84 33 99 Abu Dhabi ..Siemens Service Malaysia....Siemens ....03 79 52 51 84...
  • Page 70: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If you encounter problems using your phone, please try to find a solution us- ing the “Troubleshooting” table below. If the problem persists, contact your service provider or Siemens Service (see page 68). Problem Problem Possible Causes...
  • Page 71 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Problem Problem Possible Causes Possible Causes Possible Corrective Measures Possible Corrective Measures Problem Problem Possible Causes Possible Causes Possible Corrective Measures Possible Corrective Measures No connection Signal weak. Move higher, to a window or to network open space.
  • Page 72 SIM as in- structed. If you have lost the MASTER PIN or PIN, contact the service provider. Phone CODE 3 incorrect entries. Contact Siemens Service error (see page 68). Service provider No authorisation for this service. Contact service provider.
  • Page 73: Specifications

    Usage times A fully charged battery can provide Siemens Information and Communi- the following usage times: cation mobile hereby declares that the mobile S35i is in conformity Standby time: 60 - 220 hours with the essential requirements and Talk time: 100 - 360 minutes.
  • Page 74: Care / Security

    Care / Security Care / Security Care / Security Care / Security Care of your SIM Card Care of your SIM Card Care of your SIM Card Care of your SIM Card Phone ID Phone ID Phone ID Phone ID •...
  • Page 75: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Accessories Accessories Li-Ion Battery (600mAh) Li-Ion Battery (600mAh) Talk & Carry Pack Talk & Carry Pack Li-Ion Battery (600mAh) Li-Ion Battery (600mAh) Talk & Carry Pack Talk & Carry Pack L36880-N4001-A101 L36880-N4001-A126 Features a belt clip and a headset for NiMH Battery (500mAh) NiMH Battery (500mAh) NiMH Battery (500mAh)
  • Page 76: Car Solutions

    (including route-related information), breakdown and SOS service at any All products are available from your time. Moreover, GPServicePilot can specialist dealer or from our online be enhanced with appropriate add- shop at: on software to create a professional www.siemens.com/mobileproducts fleet management system.
  • Page 77: Index

    Index Index Index Index Conceal ID ........62 Conference ........ 20 Accessories ........ 74 Control codes Advice of charge ......53 saving ........16 Alarm clock ......... 36 Control codes (DTMF) ..16, 21 Allow last 10 ....... 58 Countdown ........ 36 Appointments ......
  • Page 78 Settings, resetting ...... 67 Setup .......... 56 Network connection ..... 8 Show URL ........25 Network info ......60 Siemens Service ......68 Notebook ........19 Signal tone, ringer ...... 51 Silent alarm ........ 52 Own numbers ......13 SIM card ........6 SIM services ......
  • Page 79 Index Index Index Index Standby time ......7, 72 Stopwatch ........36 Swap .......... 20 Talk time ........ 7, 72 Technical specifications ..... 72 Text entry ........12 Text input ........40 Text input with "T9" ....40 Text menu ........38 Time/charge .......

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