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© Siemens AG 2002
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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 Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone. We wish you a lot of enjoy- ment and pleasure with it. If you read through the user guide carefully, you will get to know all the func- tions of the phone.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety precautions ..... 3 Location .........22 Record no.......23 Overview phone ......4 Assign picture ......23 General instructions ....5 Message (SMS) ......24 User guide ....... 5 Read messages .......24 Soft keys ........5 Inbox/outbox ......25 Getting started ......7 Archive ........25 Insert SIM card/battery .....
  • Page 4 Notes A-Z ........73 Auto timezone ....... 53 Display symbols (selection) ..81 Profiles ........54 Questions & Answers ....82 Setup ........54 Siemens Service ......85 Car Kit ........55 Specifications/maintenance ..86 Headset ......... 55 Accessories .......87 Aircraft mode ......55 Basics ........87 My menu ........
  • Page 5: Ts Safety Precautions

    We recommend you use only the ear. original Siemens accessories to SIM card may be removed. avoid possible damage and to Caution! Small parts could be comply with the existing regula- swallowed by children.
  • Page 6: Overview Phone

    Overview phone Integrated antenna Loudspeaker Display indicators Signal strength/ battery level. Call key Select displayed phone Do not interfere with the number or name, accept phone above the battery calls. Display last calls in Service provider cover unnecessarily. This standby mode. 01.05.2002 12:30 reduces the signal strength.
  • Page 7: General Instructions

    General instructions User guide This corresponds to: The following symbols are used to < explain operation: Service provider 01.05.2002 12:30 Enter numbers or letters. New SMS Menu On/Off/End key. Phonebook key. Call key. Press on the inside to scroll Open menu. §Menu§...
  • Page 8 General instructions +49892325678 Messages Office š Records Carol Get in touch View Options Select Scroll to the required Press. §Select§ entry. Press right soft key on the right to open the Records sub- Press right soft key on the left menu.
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Getting started Insert SIM card/battery • Insert SIM card in the opening (contacts pointing downwards) The service provider supplies you and push gently until it engages with a SIM card on which all the im- (make sure the angled corner is in portant data for your line is stored.
  • Page 10: Charging

    Getting started Charging 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, so: charger is plugged in. It will appear • Plug in charger cable at the bot- after two hours at most.
  • Page 11: Switch On, Off/pin Entry

    Switch on, off/PIN entry Switch on, off Standby mode ntry Hold down On/Off/End < key to switch on or off. Service provider 01.05.2002 12:30 Enter PIN New SMS Menu The SIM card can be protected with a 4-8 digit PIN. When the name of the service pro- Enter your PIN code using vider appears on the display, the...
  • Page 12: 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 13: He Prevent Accidental Activation

    It is then valid for all functions. If you have forgotten it, please call This prevents accidental activation Siemens Service (p. 85). of the phone, e.g. when you are carrying it in a bag or when you are Clear SIM card barring travelling in an aircraft.
  • Page 14: My Phone

    Select a bitmap style (p. 38) and a greeting (p. 38) that you create www.my-siemens.com/city yourself. The Siemens City Portal also offers a list of countries in which these serv- Screensaver (p. 38) ices are available. You can set an analogue clock or an individual picture as screensaver.
  • Page 15: 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...
  • Page 16: 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 17: Hold Call

    Making a phone call Hold call Accept the waiting call Accept the waiting call §Swap§ You can call another number during and place the current call a call. on hold. < < < < To swap between the two calls, press each §Swap§...
  • Page 18: 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- ; menu§ Open menu.
  • Page 19: Babysitter

    Making a phone call Babysitter Switch off Only one phone number can be di- Hold down. alled. Hold down the right soft key on the right. Enter phone code. Press. §Change§ Confirm input. §OK Note Change phone code......p. 11 Switch on Records ¢...
  • Page 20: Erase Records

    Making a phone call ¢ Erase records §Menu Records ¢ Select function The contents of all call lists are delet- The following call lists are available: Missed calls Records menu The phone numbers of calls that you The call list menu can be called up if have received but not answered can an entry is highlighted.
  • Page 21: Phonebook

    Phonebook Enter frequently used phone num- Group bers in the Phonebook with a special The entry can be assigned to a name. To dial them, simply highlight group, for example: the name. If a phone number is VIP, Leisure, Office, Family stored with a name, it appears on the display when you are called.
  • Page 22: Phonebook Menu

    Phonebook Phonebook menu Text entry §Options Open menu. Press number key repeatedly until the required letter is displayed. The cursor View Display entry. advances after a short delay. Edit Display phone number and Press once for a, twice for b name for changes.
  • Page 23: Group

    Phonebook Group Group menu If there are many Phonebook entries §Options Open menu. it is best to assign them to a group, e.g.: View Display all entries assigned to members the group. VIP, Leisure, Office, Family A special melody can sound (p. 40) Rename Change the current name of and/or a symbol can be displayed...
  • Page 24: Location

    Phonebook Location Group entry menu An entry can be moved from the §Options Open menu. Phonebook to the other storage locations. View Display entry. Open Phonebook. Edit Display the entry for changes. Select entry. Open Phonebook and add an entry entry to the current group.
  • Page 25: Record No

    Note Assign picture A picture can be assigned to several phone numbers. Open Phonebook. Add pictures to the picture list ...p. 37 Select entry. Siemens City Portal......p. 12 Open menu and select §Options Picture.
  • Page 26: Message (sms)

    Message (SMS) Pictures and sounds in SMS You may transmit and receive very long text messages (up to 760 char- Pictures or sounds can be part of acters) on your phone, which are au- messages you receive. tomatically composed from several Pictures are shown in the message, "normal"...
  • Page 27: Inbox/outbox

    Message (SMS) Inbox/outbox Picture & List pictures and sounds Sound included in the message. ¢ §Menu§ Messages (EMS, p. 74) ¢ Inbox Outbox Capacity Display maximum and The list of saved messages is shown. available capacity. Status (Outbox list only) Request Є...
  • Page 28: Compose A Message

    Message (SMS) Archive menu Press. Dial number or pick out Open menu. §Options§ from the Phonebook. Confirm. The message is §OK§ View Read entry. sent to the service centre Mark text Highlight text to be edited. for transmission. Return to the editor. §OK§...
  • Page 29: Predefined Text

    Message (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 the Phonebook, then send.
  • Page 30: Text Entry With "t9

    Set input language and text symbol. mode. T9 dictionaries for other languages can be Create a word using T9 found at: www.my-siemens.com/t9 Since the display changes as you pro- ceed it is best if you finish a word without looking at the display.
  • Page 31 Message (SMS) 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 32: Picture & Sound

    Message (SMS) Picture & Sound Message setup Insert pictures and sounds in the An SMS profile (maximum 5) defines message (EMS, p. 74). the transmission characteristics of an SMS. The presetting depends on Compose the message as the SIM card inserted. usual.
  • Page 33 Message (SMS) Message type SMS via GPRS When this function is activated, SMS Manual The message type is re- messages are automatically sent via quested for each message. GPRS (if available). Standard Normal SMS message. Requirement: GPRS is activated text (p.
  • Page 34: Surf & Fun

    Surf & fun Internet (WAP) Start menu Get the latest WAP information from Homepage The connection to the the Internet that is specifically adapt- Internet provider's portal is established (may be set/ ed to the display options of your preset by the service phone.
  • Page 35: Browser Menu

    • Encryption Go to URL Enter URL for directly ac- cessing an Internet address, Start with... e.g. • Start menu • Browser menu wap.my-siemens.com • Homepage Show URL • Resume Show the Internet address of • Bookmarks the current page. Inbox...
  • Page 36: Wap Profiles

    Surf & fun WAP profiles Notes Preparation of the phone for Internet access depends on the service pro- Homepage: The soft keys may be assigned vider currently used: functions that are controlled online from the homepage of your service provider such as •...
  • Page 37: Games & More

    Applications and games can be If information, which is required e.g. found at: by an application that has already been installed, is received via SMS, wap.my-siemens.com · symbol appears above the or on the Internet at: left soft key. www.my-siemens.com/city...
  • Page 38 Options stalled on your Java™-enabled mobile phone. menu: Siemens excludes all warranty and liability claims in respect of or in connection with any applica- Open menu. §Options§...
  • Page 39: Bitmap Viewer

    Surf & fun Activate Java profile Go to a link, surf online ™ The selected Internet §Internet§ ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Surf & fun Games & more page is loaded. ¢ Java Profiles Select the required pro- Store pictures file. Store pictures currently displayed in Press to activate.
  • Page 40: Select Bitmap Style

    Surf & fun Screensaver Bitmap viewer menu ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Setup Device Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ Display Screensaver The screensaver shows a picture on Save as... Store the current picture on one of the storage locations. the display once a user-definable time has elapsed.
  • Page 41: Melody Manager

    Surf & fun Melody manager Store ring tone Save ring tone currently loaded in You can use the melody manager to the melody manager on a new stro- manage your additional ring tones age location e.g. on Individual 1: and a folder with more of your own ring tones and links.
  • Page 42: Ringer Tones

    Surf & fun Ringer tones Melody manager menu For the ranges/functions listed be- Open menu. §Options§ low you can choose from 20 ring tones already stored in the phone Play Play the ring tones current- and from four own (p. 39) ring tones ly loaded.
  • Page 43: 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 mailbox. message for you Registration at the net- §OK§...
  • Page 44: Cell Broadcast

    Cell broadcast Some service providers offer infor- Selection from a list mation services (info channels). Open list menu. §Options§ If reception is activated, you receive If a topic is selected in the list you messages on the active topics in can have a look at it, activate it, your "Topic...
  • Page 45: Duration/charges

    Duration/charges You can display the charge details Account limit and the duration of calls as you (PIN 2 query) speak as well as setting a unit limit Special SIM cards allow you or the for outgoing calls. service provider to define a credit/ period after which the phone is Display blocked for outgoing calls.
  • Page 46: Divert

    Divert All calls You can set the conditions for which calls are diverted to your mailbox or All calls are diverted. other numbers. ¢ Symbol in the top line of §Menu§ Divert the display in standby Set divert: mode. The most common condition for divert is: Spec.
  • Page 47: Status Check

    Divert ¢ §Menu§ Divert Note ¢ Select a function. Note that the divert is stored in the network and not in the phone (when the SIM card is Status check changed for example). You can check the current divert sta- Check condition or delete it tus for all conditions.
  • Page 48: Groups

    Groups Call to group If there are many Phonebook entries it is best to assign them to a group You can call up to 5 members of a (p. 22), e.g.: VIP, Leisure, Office, Family group one by one and link them to- ¢...
  • Page 49 Groups §Options Open the menu e.g. to Send DTMF (p. 73) link the calls on hold in a tones conference . Call transfer (p. 16) ћ Main menu Direct access to the main menu. Barbara More: Carol Call status List all held and active calls (e.g.
  • Page 50: Group Setup

    Groups Group setup Change group assignment Normally a group is assigned to a ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Get in touch Groups Phonebook entry when it is entered Select a group. (p. 19). To change the group assignment or Press. The group is dis- §Select§...
  • Page 51: Organiser

    Organiser ¢ ¢ Appointments menu §Menu§ Get in touch Organiser ¢ Diary Open menu. §Options§ Diary View Display entry. Up to 50 appointments can be Activate/ entered. Activate or deactivate Deactivate appointment. <New entry> Edit Display the entry for chang- $ 15.05.2002 11:30 $ 16.05.2002 12:00 New entry...
  • Page 52: Greetings

    Organiser ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Get in touch Organiser Delete Delete entry. ¢ Greetings Delete all Delete all events after con- Greetings firmation. Send SMS... as entry: Send congratula- Your phone will remind you of spe- tions to recipient. cial events so you do not to forget- as text: Send congratula- them any more.
  • Page 53: Notes

    Organiser ¢ ¢ Display entry §Menu§ Get in touch Organiser ¢ Notes Select entry. Notes Open note. §View§ Notes menu T9 support (p. 28) makes writing notes such as shopping lists easier Open the menu. §Options§ for you. View Display the entry. New entry Edit Display the entry for chang-...
  • Page 54: Missed Alarms

    Organiser ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Get in touch Organiser §Menu§ Get in touch Alarm clock ¢ Missed alarms Alarm clock Missed alarms Use this function to set a single time Events with alarm which you have for the alarm call. The alarm sounds missed are listed and can be dis- even when the phone is switched played.
  • Page 55: Clock

    Clock ¢ ¢ Auto phone off §Menu§ Get in touch Clock The phone switches off each day at Time/date the set time. The clock must be set correctly once Activate: at start-up. Press. §Time§ Press. §Change§ Enter time (24 h clock). First enter the date (day/ month/year) then the Confirm.
  • 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 personal profile: default settings, they can be Select profile. changed however: Normal envi. Open menu.
  • Page 57: Car Kit

    Select a function: Activate the profile. §Activate§ Car Kit A security prompt must be If an original Siemens Car Kit is used confirmed. (p. 88) the profile is activated auto- The phone switches itself matically as soon as the phone is off automatically.
  • Page 58: My Menu

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

    Fast access key Left soft key The left soft key and the keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling numbers) can each A function/phone number may be be assigned an important phone assigned to the left soft key for fast number or a function. The phone 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. 57. Number key 1 is reserved In standby mode: for the mailbox number (p.
  • Page 61: Audio

    Audio Call screening You can set the tones that sound in specific situations to suit your partic- Only calls from numbers that are in ular tastes. the Phonebook or in a predefined ¢ §Menu§ Audio group are signalled audibly or by ¢...
  • Page 62: Minute Beep

    Audio ¢ §Menu§ Audio ¢ Select a function: Minute beep During the call, you hear a beep after every minute as a reminder of the time elapsed. Information tones Set service and alarm tones: On/Off. §Select§ If activated, service tones §Change§...
  • Page 63: Setup

    Setup Device Keys ¢ ¢ Any key to answer §Menu§ Setup Device ¢ Select a function. You can press any key to accept an incoming call (except Language Auto key lock Set the language of the display text. Auto key lock is activated, the key- When "automatic"...
  • Page 64: Battery Care

    Setup ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Setup Device §Menu§ Setup Device ¢ ¢ Select a function. Select a function. Status Battery care (only if a NiMH battery is used) Fact. settings The phone is reset to the default val- This function allows the NiMH bat- ues (factory setting) (does not apply tery to be regenerated when the to SIM card and network settings):...
  • Page 65: Security

    Setup ¢ ¢ Security §Menu§ Setup Security ¢ Select a function: The phone and SIM card are protect- Only ed against misuse by several security codes. (PIN 2 protected) ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Setup Security The dialling options are restricted to ¢...
  • Page 66: Network

    Setup ¢ ¢ Network §Menu§ Setup Network ¢ Configuration ¢ ¢ ¢ Select a function: §Menu§ Setup Network ¢ Select a function: Choose network The network search is restarted. This Line is useful if you are not on your home This function is only displayed if it is network or want to register on a supported by the service provider.
  • Page 67 Setup ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Setup Network §Menu§ Setup Network ¢ ¢ Configuration Barrings ¢ ¢ Select a function: Select a function: Pref. network Barrings The service providers you prefer af- Barring restricts the use of your SIM ter your home network are displayed card (not supported by all service here (e.g.
  • Page 68: User Group

    Setup ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Setup Network Select group ¢ Barrings You may select or add groups other ¢ Select a function: than the preferred groups (see be- Status check low). The service provider supplies The following information can be you with code numbers for the displayed after a status check: groups.
  • Page 69: During A Call

    Setup During a call Connectivity ¢ ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Setup During a call §Menu§ Setup ¢ ¢ Select a function: Connectivity ¢ Select a function: Call waiting GPRS If you are registered for this service, you can check whether it is (General Packet Radio Service) set and you can activate/deactivate it GPRS is a new method for transmit-...
  • Page 70: Wap Profile Settings

    Setup ¢ §Menu§ Setup Dial-up no.: Enter ISP ¢ Connectivity settings number. ¢ Select a function: (Circuit Call type: Select ISDN or An- Switched WAP profile settings alogue. Data) Login name: Enter login You can set or change up to 5 WAP name.
  • Page 71 Setup ¢ §Menu§ Setup GPRS APN: Enter the address of ¢ Connectivity settings your service provider. ¢ Select a function: (General Login name: Enter login Packet Set Java™ profiles name. Radio Password: Enter password Service) Up to 5 profiles can be defined. (shown as a series of aster- The settings have normally been isks).
  • Page 72: Accessories

    Accessories ¢ Select a function: Fax/data mod. Car Kit (p. 72). If an original Siemens Car Kit is used Authentication (p. 88) the profile is activated auto- matically as soon as the phone is Activate encrypted WAP §Change§ inserted into the cradle.
  • Page 73 ¢ §Menu§ Setup Accessories ¢ Select a function: Headset If an original Siemens Headset is used (p. 87) the profile is activated automatically as soon as the headset is plugged in. User-defineable settings Auto answer (factory default: off) Calls are accepted automatically af- ter a few seconds (except where the ringer is switched off or set to beep).
  • Page 74: Fax/data Mode Using A Pc

    Fax/data mode using a PC ¢ ¢ Send vce/fax §Menu§ Setup Connectivity ¢ Fax/data mod. ing a Set this function on the phone before With the phone and a connected PC, transmission so that you can switch you can transmit and receive faxes from voice mode to fax mode.
  • Page 75: Notes A-z

    Notes A-Z Control codes (DTMF) (Circuit Switched Data) Send DTMF tones 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 76: Enter Special Characters

    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 77: International Dialling Codes

    Java™: for each application. The JAD file (Java Descriptor) Siemens does not guarantee that the These files contain information on downloaded and installed Java™ ap- the application (JAR file) and its ad- plications work well with your mo- dress for download.
  • Page 78 Following this six-month pe- as SMS. riod, we recommend replacing your battery if you experience a signifi- cant drop in performance. Please purchase only original Siemens bat- teries.
  • Page 79: Quick Menu Selection

    Notes A-Z Quick menu selection SIM card problems All menu functions are numbered in- You have inserted your SIM card, but ternally. The current numerical order the following message appears: is shown in the upper right-hand cor- Please insert SIM card ner of the display.
  • Page 80 Internet Internet and the relevant installation address is called up. notes can be found at: www.my-siemens.com/t9 SMS status report Two phone numbers If the phone was unable to send the message to the service centre a retry Special settings can be made for option is available.
  • Page 81 Notes A-Z WAP usage Bookmarks (URL) You can store a list of your favourite Start with... Internet addresses (URLs) in the You can set which functions are to phone (offline and online available, be displayed after Internet access: depending on the service provider): Open the browser menu.
  • Page 82: Without Sim Card

    Notes A-Z Changing the home page The address of the home page is set in the (access) profile (p. 68). You can change it in standby mode (if permitted by the service provid- er!): ¢ ¢ §Menu§ Surf & fun Internet ¢...
  • Page 83: Display Symbols (selection)

    Display symbols (selection) £ Displays WAP via GPRS Online. < Signal strength. ¤ WAP No network. Charging completed. Headset mode. Battery indicator. À Loudspeaker Car Kit. All calls are diverted. Additional handset mode. & Ringer off. Е HomeStation active. Short ringer (beep) only. Ж...
  • Page 84: 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 85 Questions & Answers Question Causes available 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. Reclaim at the service provider. New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network (p.
  • Page 86 SIM card according to the instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, con- tact your service provider. Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 85). Service provider code No authorisation for this service. Contact your service provider. error.
  • Page 87: Siemens Service

    Siemens Service Simple, straightforward support for technical and operational queries is available from our online support service on the Internet: www.my-siemens.com/customercare or in the "Questions&Answers" section, p. 82, of this user guide. If repair work is necessary please contact one of our service centres: Abu Dhabi ..........
  • Page 88: 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 89: Accessories

    Exchangeable top and bottom covers can be L36880-N4001-A103 (Euro) obtained in specialist shops. Visit our online L36880-N4001-A104 (UK) shop under: Desk Top Charger Original Siemens Accessories L36880-N4501-A101 www.siemens.com/ Enables simultaneous charging of the phone mobilestore battery and a spare battery.
  • Page 90: Car Solutions

    Car Kit Upgrade charges and can be handled from there. L36880-N4501-A106 Products can be obtained in specialist shops. Visit our online shop under: Cradle for upgrading your handsfree kit for the C25/28/35, M35, S25/35, SL45 models. Original Siemens Accessories www.siemens.com/ mobilestore...
  • Page 91: Index

    Index Auto network search ....64 Auto redial previous numbers..14 Accessories......70, 87 Auto timezone ......53 Account limit ......43 Activate phone profile ......54 Babysitter........17 WAP profile ......34 Band selection ......64 Aircraft mode ......55 Battery Alarm clock......... 52 care.........62 Alarm tones........
  • Page 92 Index Car Kit Divert..........44 accessories ......70 DTMF tones (control codes)..73 profile........55 Duration/charges......43 Car solutions ......88 During a call, setup .....67 CB languages......42 CB services ......... 42 E-mail via SMS......31 Cell Broadcast ......42 Emergency call......73 Charge display ......43 EMS ........
  • Page 93 Index Hold call ........15 Message store ......75 Home network......64 Message, SMS ......24 Home page......... 32 Microphone off ......47 HomeStation ......71, 88 Microphone on/off ......16 Hotline ........85 Minute beep .......60 Missed appointments ....52 Missed calls, call list ....18 Illumination, display ....
  • Page 94 Index Record No........23 Records........17 Phone code ........ 10 Redial previous numbers .....13 Phone identity no. (IMEI) .... 62 Remaining units, Phone memory ......22 duration/charges ......43 Phonebook Reminder ........14 assign picture ......23 Ring melodies, ring tones ....39 call ......... 19 Ring tone call to group ......
  • Page 95 Index Show URL, WAP ......33 Standby time ......76 Siemens City Portal ..... 12 Start menu........32 Signal strength ......77 Status check Signal tone, ringer ...... 59 divert ........45 Silent alert ........59 network barring ......66 SIM card Status report, SMS.......25 clear barrings ......
  • Page 96 Index Unanswered calls......44 Upper-, lowercase....20, 28 User group all outgoing ......66 preferred group ...... 66 select group......66 User guide, symbols...... 5 Validity,SMS ....... 31 Voice message (Mailbox) .... 41 Voice/fax ........72 Volume ringer ......59 Volume, handset volume ....

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