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Legal notices ...............................3
Safety precautions ......................5
Antenna care ............................7
Phone operation .......................7
Electronic devices .....................8
(schematic) ...............................12
Display symbols ........................14
Getting started .........................16
RS MultiMediaCard .................17
Charge battery ........................18
Entering the PIN .....................20
General instructions .................21
Signal strength .......................21
Standby mode ........................21
Main menu .............................21
Standard functions ...................23
Menu speed dialling ...............24
Security .....................................25
Codes .....................................25
Text entry .................................27
My phone ..................................31
Calling .......................................32
Set Default Book .......................37
Address Book ............................38
New Entry ..............................38
See also Index at the end of this User Guide

Table of Contents

Change entry ......................... 40
Call entry ............................... 40
Show Groups ......................... 41
SmartChip ................................ 42
New Entry .............................. 42
Change entry ......................... 43
....................... 44
Recent Calls .............................. 45
Camera ..................................... 46
Video mode ........................... 47
Main Inbox ............................... 49
Text Message ........................... 50
Write/send ............................. 50
Read ...................................... 52
Setting ................................... 54
Multimedia Msg ....................... 56
Create .................................... 56
Templates .............................. 58
Send ...................................... 59
Receive .................................. 60
Read ...................................... 61
Setting ................................... 62
E-Mail ....................................... 64
Write ...................................... 64
Receive/read .......................... 65
Setting ................................... 66
Voice message/mailbox ........... 67
IM ............................................. 68
Start menu ............................. 68
Sign on .................................. 69
Buddy list ............................... 69
Start chat ............................... 70


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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Legal notices .......3 Change entry ......40 Call entry ....... 40 Safety precautions ......5 Show Groups ......41 Antenna care ......7 Phone operation .......7 SmartChip ........ 42 Electronic devices .....8 New Entry ......42 Call (search for an entry) ..43 Overview of phone Change entry ......
  • Page 2 Stopwatch ......85 Intellectual property ....134 Countdown ......86 End user license agreement ... 135 Remote synchronisation ..86 SAR (S66) ........ 140 Device Manag......87 File System ......87 Menu tree ....... 142 My Stuff ........88 Index ........
  • Page 3: Legal Notices

    It is approved for use in the country where it was originally sold and may be approved for use in other countries. © 2004 Siemens Information and Communication Mobile, LLC. All rights reserved. Siemens and the S66 model phone are...
  • Page 4 Third party web sites Talk Time Information The phone contains links to the web pages of third parties. A link to a non-Siemens site The mobile phone incorporates features that does not imply that Siemens endorses the are new to the mobile phone world. These...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Explain the content and the hazards associated with using the phone to your children. Remember to comply with legal Only use original Siemens bat- requirements and local restric- teries (100 % mercury-free) and tions when using the phone.
  • Page 6 Product attributes are subject to changes in Bluetooth-enabled equipment. technology, design and availability. So that this results in a secure connection Siemens reserves the right to modify prod- between the equipment and so that, for ex- ucts without prior notice. ample, third parties cannot access your...
  • Page 7: Antenna Care

    Safety precautions • In order to minimise any security risks, Important connections should be made only with Read this information before using trustworthy equipment, in general. your wireless handheld phone. • Where possible, you should limit the "visi- bility" of your phone. You can make it As this mobile phone is equipped much more difficult for unknown equip- with a fixed (non-retractable) an-...
  • Page 8: Electronic Devices

    For areas where The Health Industry Manufacturers' the use of mobile phones while driv- Association recommends that a min- ing is permitted, Siemens encourag- imum separation of six inches (6") es persons to use their phones re- be maintained between a handheld...
  • Page 9: Posted Facilities

    Safety precautions Posted facilities • should turn the phone OFF imme- diately if there is any reason to Turn your phone OFF in any facility suspect that interference is taking where posted notices so require. place. Airplanes Hearing aids FCC and Airline Regulations prohibit Some digital wireless phones may using your phone while in the air.
  • Page 10 Batteries and Chargers cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, you should never rely solely on any Only use original Siemens batteries wireless phone for essential commu- (100% mercury-free) and charging nications (for example, medical devices. Use of non-Siemens batter- emergencies).
  • Page 11 Safety precautions NICKEL-METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED OR DIS- POSED OF PROPERLY. DO NOT DIS- POSE IN MUNICIPAL WASTE. 1. Only use the batteries specified for use with this mobile phone. 2. Do not use batteries of different sizes or from different manufac- turers in this mobile phone.
  • Page 12: Overview Of Phone (schematic)

    Overview of phone (schematic) Overview of phone (schematic) Call key During a call: Dial displayed/highlighted phone num- Set volume. bers/names, take calls. Show last Call options. phone numbers dialled in standby mode. On/Off/End key. • Switched off: press and hold to switch •...
  • Page 13 Overview of phone (schematic) Integrated antenna Connection for external antenna " Do not obstruct the phone above the Camera lens battery cover unnecessarily. This re- duces the signal quality. Loudspeaker 3 kl Plus-minus key • During a call: volume high – low. £...
  • Page 14: Display Symbols

    Display symbols Display symbols ³ Browser via GPRS online ´ Browser no network Display symbols (selection) ¯ IrDA activated Signal strength ® IrDA transmission Charging ¨ Bluetooth activated Battery charge level, e.g. 50 % ª Bluetooth transmission Address Book Events (selection) Recent Calls ã...
  • Page 15 Display symbols Camera symbols Joystick symbols î È Switch to photo mode Camera ñ É Switch to video mode Delete ð Ù Brightness Make call/accept call í Ú Zoom factor Menu Û ï White balance Zoom × ì Flash connected...
  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started The phone is packaged in dismantled form and must be re-assembled prior to using for the first time. Your phone's display is sup- plied with a protective film. Remove this film slowly before as- sembling the •...
  • Page 17: Inserting An Rs Multimediacard

    Getting started Inserting an RS MultiMediaCard When delivered, the RS MultiMedia- Card is not yet in the phone. • To insert the RS MultiMediaCard, fold the cover out and down • To remove the battery, pull it out with the retaining tab on the side. •...
  • Page 18: Charge Battery

    Getting started Charge battery • If necessary, use the battery cover Charging procedure The battery is not fully charged when delivered. Plug charger cable into the bottom of the phone, plug power supply unit into a mains pow- er socket and charge for at least two hours.
  • Page 19: Operating Times

    Getting started Operating times Display while in service The operating time depends upon Charge level display during opera- the respective conditions of use. Ex- tion (empty – full): V W X treme temperatures considerably re- duce the phone’s standby time. A beep sounds when the battery is Avoid placing the phone in the sun nearly empty.
  • Page 20: Switch On/off, Pin Entry

    Switch on/off, PIN entry Switch on/off, PIN entry Switching phone on/off Emergency number (SOS) Press and hold the On/Off/ End key. Only to be used in real emergencies! By pressing the soft key you can §SOS§ Entering the PIN make an emergency call on any net- work without a SIM card and without The SIM card can be protected with a entering a PIN (not available in all...
  • Page 21: General Instructions

    General instructions General instructions Signal strength Standby mode options Press §Options§. Strong receiving signal. A weak signal reduces the call quality and may lead press and hold keys 1 - 9. to loss of the connection. Different functions are available de- Change your location.
  • Page 22: Main Menu Options

    General instructions Main menu options This comprises the following steps: Open main menu. §Options§ Open menu. ¢ Select (highlight) Different functions are available de- moving the joystick up- pending on the context. wards, then press vertical- Ring Tones ly down on the joystick Takes you to Ringtones folder where you can select before using the joystick...
  • Page 23: Standard Functions

    Standard functions Standard functions Option menus Help Display help text. Functions which appear repeatedly Settings Open Settings menu. in the options menu are listed here. Set To Set to a specific group in Open menu. §Options§ Group the Addressbook. Edit Open the entry to edit.
  • Page 24: Menu Speed Dialling

    Standard functions Menu speed dialling All menu functions are numbered in- ternally. The number of a high- lighted menu item will appear in the top right corner of the display. The menu item can be selected by press- ing this number on the keypad. A function may also be selected di- rectly by entering these numbers in sequence.
  • Page 25: Security

    Security Security ¢ ¢ The phone and SIM card are protect- Security ¢ ed against misuse by several security Select PIN code. codes. PIN Control Keep these security codes in a safe The PIN is usually requested each place where you can access them again time the phone is switched on.
  • Page 26: Clear Sim Card Barring

    Following the third unsuccessful at- tempt, access to the phone code and the functions that use it is denied. If this occurs, contact the Siemens Service (p. 116). Clear SIM card barring If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred.
  • Page 27: Text Entry

    Text entry Text entry Text entry without T9 Press briefly: Special char- acters are shown. Press number key repeatedly until Press and hold: Open input the required letter appears. After a menu. brief interval the cursor will advance. Press once/repeatedly: Example: .
  • Page 28: Input Menu

    Text entry Input menu Writing with T9 The display changes as you proceed. With text input: It is therefore best if you finish a word Press and hold. The input without looking at the display. menu is displayed: Simply press the keys once only Set Text Format (SMS only) where the relevant letter is located.
  • Page 29 Text entry T9 word suggestions Correct a word If several options are found in the Move left or right, word dictionary for a key sequence by word, until the re- (a word), the most probable is dis- quired word is played first.
  • Page 30: Text Templates

    Text entry Text Templates Use Text Templates Write message can be stored in the Text Templates (SMS, MMS, e-mail). phone for adding to your messages (SMS, MMS, e-mail). Open text menu. §Options§ Write Text Templates Insert FromSelect. ¢ ¢ Options Select Text Templates.
  • Page 31: My Phone

    You can purchase additional ring- give it a personal touch: tones, logos, animations and Java Ring Tones (p. 96) applications from your service pro- vider or directly from Siemens. Assign individual ringtones to caller groups or special dates. Service provider portal Pictures (p. 88)
  • Page 32: Calling

    Calling Calling Dialling with number Redial previous numbers keys To redial the phone number last called: The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Press the Call key twice. Enter the number (always To redial other numbers that were with dialling code/inter- dialled previously: national dialling code).
  • Page 33: Accept Call

    Calling Accept call Callback The phone must be switched on. An incoming call will interrupt any other Your phone rings when §Callback§ use of the phone. the busy number is free. Press the Call key to dial Press. the number. Reminder Press.
  • Page 34: Swap Between Two Calls

    Calling Speakerphone Incoming calls during a call You may need to register for this ser- You can put the phone down during vice with your service provider and a call. You can then use the loud- set your phone accordingly (p. 97). speaker to hear the caller.
  • Page 35: Call Options

    Calling Call options After the display, Return to held call? you have the following selection: The following functions are only You accept the call on §Yes§ available during a call: hold. Open menu. §Options§ You end the second call. §No§ Hold Hold current call.
  • Page 36 Calling Control codes (DTMF) Using the SmartChip/ Addressbook for DTMF codes You can, for example, enter control codes (numbers) for remote access Store phone numbers and control to an automatic answering machine codes (DTMF codes) in the Smart- while another connection exists. These Chip/Addressbook in the same way entries are transmitted directly as as a normal entry, see p.
  • Page 37: Set Default Book

    Set Default Book Set Default Book ¢ ¢ Show Biz Card Select function. Show Entries Create your own business card to send to a different GSM-phone. If no The entries in the default book (Ad- business card has been created yet, dressbook or SmartChip) are shown.
  • Page 38: Address Book

    Address Book Address Book The Addressbook can store up to Possible input fields 1000 entries, each with a variety of Last name: URL: phone and fax numbers and addi- tional address details. These entries First name: IM >> are managed separately from those Phone number: Group: in the SmartChip in the phone mem-...
  • Page 39: Display Options

    Text Message, Multime- You can use the mobile phone manager dia Msg or IrDA. (p. 110) to synchronise your Addressbook with Outlook ® and other Siemens Copy To d Copies name and one telephones. phone number to the SIM card (SmartChip).
  • Page 40: Change Entry

    Address Book Change entry Addressbook options Open Addressbook Depending on the actual situation, (in standby mode). different functions will be offered. These functions can be applied to Select required entry. the entry currently highlighted as well as to multiple highlighted Press.
  • Page 41: Show Groups

    Address Book Show Groups Ringtone for group Assign a ringtone to a group that Nine groups are specified in your plays when one of its members calls phone to enable you to arrange your you. Addressbook entries clearly. You can ¢...
  • Page 42: Smartchip

    SmartChip SmartChip Entries in the SmartChip (on the Phone number: SIM card) are managed separately Always enter phone number with from the Addressbook. You can, how- dialling code. An entry is not saved ever, exchange data between the without a phone number. SmartChip and the Addressbook.
  • Page 43: Call (search For An Entry)

    SmartChip Call (search for an entry) SmartChip options Open SmartChip. The following functions are avail- able, depending on the current Select a name with the situation. first letter and/or scroll. §Options§ Open menu. Phone number is dialled. Copy To 9 Copy all highlighted en- Call using record no.
  • Page 44: Other Books

    SmartChip <Other Books> <Service No.>/<Info Numbers> There might be phone numbers Open SmartChip saved in your SmartChip that have (in standby mode). been provided by your service pro- <Other Books> vider. They may be used to call local Select. or national information services or to use services offered by your service <Own Numbers>...
  • Page 45: Recent Calls

    Recent Calls Recent Calls The phone number of a caller is dis- Missed Calls played if The phone numbers of calls that you have received but not answered are • the caller has switched off the stored for callback purposes. Incognito function and Â...
  • Page 46: Camera

    Camera Camera You can view photos/videos record- The number of photos that can still ed on the integrated camera imme- be taken in the selected resolution is diately and displayed in the top right-hand cor- ner of the preview image. This num- •...
  • Page 47: Video Mode

    Camera Photo mode Video mode Takes a photo. The video mode resolution is the same as the preview image resolu- Returns to the view finder tion. You can set two different mode. resolutions. The photo is saved with a name, the Start the video recording.
  • Page 48: Camera Options

    Camera Camera options Additional information Ê Insufficient memory available. The following functions are available, Start the delete assistant to depending on the current situation. delete data (p. 98). Open menu. §Options§ Alternatively, you can transfer data to the Settings • Name for recordings RS MultiMediaCard.
  • Page 49: Main Inbox

    Main Inbox Main Inbox The inbox folder offers immediate When you open an entry, access to the messages just received. the relevant application This means that you no longer have also starts. to look through all inbox folders for After a set period of time, entries the various message types.
  • Page 50: Text Message

    Text Message Text Message You can transmit and receive very Confirm. The SMS is trans- long messages (up to 760 charac- mitted to the service cen- ters) on your phone. They are auto- tre to be sent and saved in matically composed of several "nor- list.
  • Page 51 Text Message Picture&Sound Own Animations/Own Graphics/ Sounds: Send simple pictures and tones with The selection is displayed/ or without accompanying text. played back. Remember that these may be pro- The selection is added to tected (DRM, p. 21). the SMS. With the text input field open: The pictures which have been added Open menu.
  • Page 52: Read

    Text Message Read Reply options Open reply menu. §Reply§ Arrival of a new SMS an- nounced in the display. Write Message Create a new reply Open Main Inbox (p. 49) text. using the soft key posi- Edit tioned beneath it. Edit received SMS or add new text.
  • Page 53 Text Message Lists Sent Messages ¢ ¢ Sent Messages All SMS messages are archived in dif- ¢ Text Message ferent lists, according to their status. (For overview of message symbols, The list of sent SMS messages is see p. 14): displayed.
  • Page 54: Setting

    Text Message Setting Recipient Enter a standard recipient for the profile. Text Signature Message • Manual: Inquiry for all ¢ ¢ Type messages. Options ¢ • Standard Text: Normal Msg Settings ¢ SMS message. Text Msg Settings ¢ • Fax: Transmission via SMS. Text Signature •...
  • Page 55 Text Message More information on SMS Downloading ringtones and logos SMS status report You can receive links for download- If the message cannot be transmit- ing ringtones, logos, screensavers, ted to the service centre you are of- animations and information about fered the chance to repeat the trans- applications with an SMS.
  • Page 56: Multimedia Msg

    Multimedia Msg Multimedia Msg The Multimedia Messaging Service Sounds may be recorded using the enables you to send texts, pic- and/or loaded from Record Audio tures/videos and sounds in a com- (p. 88). My Stuff bined message to another mobile First select an object for processing phone or to an e-mail address.
  • Page 57 Multimedia Msg Sounds Text <Sound> Select. <Text> Select and write the text. The text functions are dis- Display sound functions: played (see also p. 27): Insert Sound Insert Open list to select a sound. Choose any of the following for in- sertion: Text Templates, Bookmark,...
  • Page 58: Templates

    Multimedia Msg Sending options Save As Save created MMS as a Templ template. See also below. Open menu. §Options§ Layout Select one of four possible Send Send MMS. layouts: Play Play back entire MMS on Text above, beneath, be- the display. side (on left or right of) picture.
  • Page 59: Send

    Multimedia Msg Send Expanded address fields Scroll downwards. The page(s) of the new MMS is (are) already created and the MMS is Provide additional ad- More: displayed. dress fields. Address(es) of copy Open address entry. recipient(s). Attachments: ç MMS Insert attachments. Subject: Creation date.
  • Page 60: Receive

    Multimedia Msg Receive Sending options Open menu. §Options§ Depending on the setting (p. 62) an MMS can be received in two ways: Send Send MMS. Complete transmission Play Play back entire MMS on the display. The complete MMS is sent to your phone.
  • Page 61: Read

    Multimedia Msg Read Lists An MMS has been received in full. All MMS messages are saved in four different lists (for list of message Select the MMS. icons, see p. 14). Start automatic playing of Inbox the MMS. ¢ ¢ Key functions for playback: Inbox ¢...
  • Page 62: Setting

    Multimedia Msg Setting List options Different functions are offered de- ¢ ¢ Options pending on the list/situation. ¢ Msg Settings ¢ Open menu. §Options§ MMS Settings ¢ Select profile. Play Play MMS on the display. MM Msg profile: Edit Display MMS for processing. Six MMS profiles can be set (5 in the View Display MMS for viewing...
  • Page 63: User Settings

    Multimedia Msg User Settings Set the MMS dispatch to suit your requirements: Delivery Request delivery confirma- report: tion for sent messages. Default Send priority: priority: Normal, High, Expiry time: Select the period in which the service centre is to try to deliver the message: Manual, hour,...
  • Page 64: E-mail

    E-Mail E-Mail Options Your phone has an e-mail program (client). You can use it to create and Different functions are offered de- receive e-mails. pending on the position of the cursor. Write Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ Create New Send E-Mail Send e-mail.
  • Page 65: Receive/read

    E-Mail Receive/read Attachments ¢ ¢ Contains the e-mail attachments; Inbox ¢ these can be saved in My Stuff (p. 88). Select function. Open menu and select §Options§ Before an e-mail can be read, it must Save Attach. be retrieved from the server. You have two options: Lists Retrieve Email...
  • Page 66: Setting

    Retrieve the contents from obtain this from your service provid- the server if only the mes- er. See also on the Internet at: sage header was received. Del. On Delete the contents on the Server server if only the message Accounts header was received.
  • Page 67: Voice Message/mailbox

    Voice message/mailbox Voice message/mailbox In idle mode, press Save call divert number ¢ ¢ ¢ Calls are diverted to this phone Options Msg Settings ¢ number. Voice Mail ¢ ¢ Most service providers provide a Options ¢ mailbox in which a caller can leave a Msg Settings ¢...
  • Page 68: Start Menu

    Rapid access ... With this function you can transfer Select the access text straight to and from one or mo- ¢ ¢ ¢ Sign on re terminals (mobile phone, PC). This function is not offered by all service The current buddy list or the list is providers.
  • Page 69: Sign On

    Sign on Managing the buddies Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ ¢ Sign on Press, then: Manage Select the last access to be used (see also Automatic login: p. 71). Buddies Different functions are offered de- Buddy list pending on the selection: When the connection has been es- Add buddy User ID:...
  • Page 70: Start Chat

    Start chat Buddy list options Open menu. §Options§ A buddy list must be displayed. Send IM Send Instant messages. Select a buddy. Buddy info Additional information Start communication with about the buddy. the buddy. Send IM to... To send Instant messag- The page is displayed.
  • Page 71: Msg. History

    Msg. History App. Settings Settings for the application used: ¢ ¢ ¢ Msg. History The messages from the last meeting Auto-sign in Auto-reconnect to the are displayed. You can read and de- last access to be used. Only possible, if Auto- lete the contributions.
  • Page 72: Cb Messages

    CB Messages Select Topic Open list menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ ¢ Inbox CB Messages If a topic is selected in the list you Some service providers offer infor- can view it, activate/ deactivate it, mation services (info channels, Cell edit it or delete it. Broadcast).
  • Page 73: Surf & Fun

    Bookmarks • List Bookmarks Dis- play list of bookmarks stored in the phone. • Bookmark Site current page is saved as a bookmark. Go to... Enter URL for direct dial to an Internet address, e.g. Reload Reload current page.
  • Page 74: End Connection

    Surf & Fun End connection Browser settings ¢ ¢ Press and hold to clear Internet down the connection and Open menu. §Options§ close the browser. Select. Settings Navigation in the browser • Select a link. Browser Set start option as well as •...
  • Page 75: Bookmarks

    Surf & Fun Bookmarks Profile Settings Preparation of the phone for Internet ¢ ¢ Bookmarks access depends on the service pro- vider concerned: Display URL/call up page Profile pre-set List Bookmarks In most cases, access profiles have Display list of bookmarks already been created for one or more stored in the phone.
  • Page 76: Games And Applications

    Ì your phone. You will find these listed The description file is here: loaded for information purposes only. The appli- cation/game itself must be loaded separately. Requirements or complete download Browser profile (p. 75) and the ac- Ë...
  • Page 77: Download Wiz

    Java™-enabled mobile phone. Siemens excludes all warranty and liability claims in respect of or in connection with any applica- tions subsequently installed by the customer and any software not included in the original delivery package.
  • Page 78: Organizer

    Organizer Organizer Daily view Special displays: Description of appointment. Calendar Navigation: ¢ ¢ Calendar One day forward/back. You can enter appointments in the To the start/end of the day calendar. Time and date must be set or next/last entry. for the calendar to work correctly. The calendar offers you three views: Appointments Monthly view...
  • Page 79 Organizer Holiday Alarm time: On/Off Vibrating Alert. Enter start and end date. Enter the period of time Birthday before the appointment Enter name and date. and select the time unit: Different input/selection fields are Minutes, Hours, Days displayed depending on the type. Recurrence: The number of fields can be restrict- Select a timeframe for re-...
  • Page 80: Tasks

    Organizer Tasks Information on the alarm When the set date and time are ¢ ¢ Tasks reached there is an audio and a A task is displayed like an appoint- visual alarm. If an alarm is missed it ment in the agenda of the selected appears in the list of missed day.
  • Page 81: Notes

    Organizer Notes Voice Recording ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ Notes Voice Recording Write and administer brief text Use the dictating machine to record memos. short voice memos. • Use your phone as a dictating ma- Enter a new memo chine when on the move. <New Entry>...
  • Page 82: Using The Plus/minus Key

    Organizer Using the plus/minus key New recording Record New (in standby mode) Select. Press and hold for the du- The remaining time avail- ration of the recording. able, as well as the record- Press briefly to play back ing time, are shown in the the most recent display.
  • Page 83: Calend. Settings

    Organizer Calend. Settings Organizer options ¢ ¢ Depending on the application used Calend. Settings (Calendar, Appointments, Tasks, Notes) Start of day: and the current situation, different Time when the working day begins. functions are offered. Start of week: Open menu. §Options§...
  • Page 84: Extras

    Extras Extras Set alarm call time (hh:mm). Switch to the week days. Navigate to the various ¢ ¢ days. SmartChip Services Display options: alarm call Your service provider may offer spe- time and days. cial applications such as mobile banking, share prices, etc. via the é...
  • Page 85: Calculator

    Extras Calculator Calculator options Open menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ Calculator The calculator can be used in a basic Convert Call up the unit con- version and with an advanced range verter with the current result. of functions. The input line and two calculation lines (including the ma- Clear All Delete all units.
  • Page 86: Countdown

    If no time has been entered: phone. The data can, for example, Open input window. be saved on a company computer or the Internet, e. g.: Set period of time. Confirm. Synchronise If a countdown time is specified: The computer is selected §Sync§...
  • Page 87: Device Manag

    Last sync: Time of the last synchronisation. Providers Display the current service provider. Sync. Mode • Sync data: Modified Data All Data Homepage: e.g. • Sync instruction: Two-Way, Device Port: Enter port number. Update Server Update e.g. 80. Sync items:...
  • Page 88: My Stuff

    My Stuff My Stuff My Stuff options Open menu. §Options§ To organise your files, you can use the file system like a PC file manager. Move Place highlighted file(s) or There are some folders for the folder in temporary various data types in for this My Stuff memory.
  • Page 89: Rs Multimediacard

    My Stuff RS MultiMediaCard™ Index structure Some folders have already been The RS MultiMediaCard gives your created for different data types in phone a very large memory capacity. Stuff. These folders cannot be This allows you to save picture/video changed. files, and sound recordings, for ex- ample.
  • Page 90: Favorites

    My Stuff Favorites ¢ ¢ Favorite Create your own menu with fre- quently used functions, phone numbers or WAP pages. The list of 10 entries is preset. You can, however, change it as you wish. Select the required entry. Confirm. If the entry selected is a phone number, you can also call it with the Call...
  • Page 91: Settings

    Settings Settings Profile settings ¢ ¢ Edit a default profile or create a new Profile Settings personal profile: Several settings can be stored in a phone profile in order, for example, Select profile. to adapt the phone to the surround- ing level of noise.
  • Page 92: Airplane Mode

    The phone switches Car Kit itself off automatically. If an original Siemens Car Kit is used, Normal mode the profile is switched on automati- When you switch on your phone cally when the phone is inserted into again, the previously set profile will the cradle (also see accessories).
  • Page 93: Themes

    Settings Themes ¢ ¢ Themes Load a completely new visual pre- sentation onto your phone. At the press of a key, various functions are re-organised on a theme basis, e. g. Startup Anim., Shutdn Anim., Wallpaper, Screen Saver, Startup Melody, Shutdn Melody.
  • Page 94: Display Setting

    Settings Display Setting Startup Anim. ¢ ¢ Select animation to be shown when Display Settings ¢ the phone is switched on. Select function. Shutdn Anim. Language Select animation to be shown when Set the language for the display text. phone is switched off. When "automatic"...
  • Page 95: Ring Tones

    Settings Ring Tones Volume ¢ ¢ Set different volumes for types of Ring Tones ¢ call/functions. Select function. Select Set the signal tones on the phone to suit your requirements. Calls Messaging Ringer Setting CB Services Activate/deactivate all On/Off Alarm Clock tones.
  • Page 96: Ring Tones Options

    Settings Minute Beep Group Calls Assign a different ringtone to each During a call you have initiated you, group. and only you, will hear a beep every minute so you can check the Other Calls call’s duration. The recipient does Assign one ringtone to the remain- not hear this beep.
  • Page 97: Call Settings

    Settings Call Settings Call Forward ¢ ¢ You can specify the conditions under Call Settings ¢ which calls should be diverted to Select function. your mailbox or other numbers. Status Check Clear All You can check the current divert sta- All set diversions are cleared.
  • Page 98: Phone Settings

    Settings Phone Settings Memory Assis. ¢ ¢ The memory assistant will help you if Phone Settings ¢ there is insufficient phone memory. Select function. It is also started automatically from Auto Off applications if necessary. After capacity has been checked, all The phone switches off each day at files and folders are displayed along the set time.
  • Page 99: Clock Setup

    Settings Clock Setup Set Date Format ¢ ¢ Select the display format for the Date/Time Settings ¢ date. Select function. Time Format Set Date/Time Select or 12h. The clock must be set correctly once at start-up. Show Clock Press. §Change§ Activate/deactivate time display in First enter the date (day/ standby mode.
  • Page 100: Connectivity

    ¢ Select function. owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Siemens are under li- Data Counter cense. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. Display the transmitted volume.
  • Page 101 Settings Activate/deactivate The search is ended and Bluetooth. the first 10 devices found are shown in a list. Name: You can give My BT the phone a name when Start new search. §Repeat§ you activate Bluetooth for Scroll to entry required. the first time.
  • Page 102 Settings • Known Devices • My BT Name To make selection easier, frequent The phone is given a name (max. BT partners can be recorded in the 16 characters) – this is the name the known device list. If entries are partner sees.
  • Page 103 You will also find provider on the Internet at this the current settings for the service address: provider on the Internet at this address: mobilephonescustomercare in the FAQ section. mobilephonescustomercare in the FAQ section.
  • Page 104 Settings Fax/Data Mode Rec Voice/Fax (Only if no special fax or data number Fax/data mode using a PC is available) With the phone and a connected PC, Start the required communication you can transmit and receive faxes program on your PC and activate and data.
  • Page 105: Security

    Settings Security Only ‚ ¢ ¢ (PIN2 or phone-code protected) Security ¢ Select function. Dialling options are restricted to SIM- protected phone numbers in the Auto Key Lock SmartChip. If only area codes are en- tered, relevant phone numbers can The keypad is locked automatically if be added to these manually before no key has been pressed for one...
  • Page 106 Settings Barring When Roaming You do not receive calls when you Barring restricts the use of your SIM are outside your home network. This card (not supported by all service means that no charges are incurred providers). You need a 4-digit net- for incoming calls.
  • Page 107: Network Setup

    Settings Network Setup User Group ¢ ¢ Depending on the service provider, Network Setup ¢ you can create groups with this ser- Select function. vice. These can have access to inter- Choose Netwrk nal (company) information, for ex- ample, or special tariffs apply. The Network search is restarted.
  • Page 108: Accessories

    Only in conjunction with an original Accessories ¢ Siemens headset (see accessories). If Select function. an original Siemens headset is used Car Kit the profile is activated automatically when the headset is plugged in. Only in combination with an original...
  • Page 109: Wallpaper

    Settings Wallpaper Auto key lock: Automatic keypad locking if no key ¢ ¢ Options Wallpaper has been pressed for one minute in Set wallpaper graphic for the display. standby mode. If you have already defined a wallpa- Unlocking: per, the selected one will autamati- Press and hold.
  • Page 110: Mobile Phone Manager

    122). them. You can compare and copy contacts between your phone, Outlook®, Lotus Notes™ and other Siemens phones (including Gigaset). SMS and MMS management (messages) Mobile Phone Manager You can download the software from the Internet:
  • Page 111: Phone Explorer

    Mobile Phone Manager Backup and restore Phone explorer With the back-up function, you can You can use the phone explorer to regularly make a back-up copy of read your phone’s file system. Files your telephone data on the PC. If you such as pictures, sounds and much ever lose the data on your phone or more can easily be copied between...
  • Page 112 Mobile Phone Manager Processing pictures and photos Ringtone management (sound) (images) The sound module allows the user to Picture/photo processing offers the manage nearly all sound formats user the opportunity to conveniently easily and to save them on the create, edit and manage pictures phone.
  • Page 113: Questions & Answers

    Questions & Answers Questions & Answers If you have any questions on the use of your phone, you can contact us at around the clock. As further help we have listed below some frequently asked questions and answers. Problem...
  • Page 114 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution No network Weak signal. Move higher, to a window or an open space. connection. Outside GSM range. Check service provider’s coverage area. Invalid SIM card. Complain to the service provider. New network not authorised. Try manual selection or select a different network (p.
  • Page 115 SIM card according to the instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, contact your service provider. Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 116). Service provider No authorisation for this service. Contact your service provider. code error. Too few/too many Functions may have been add- Check with your service provider.
  • Page 116: Customer Care

    113. Indonesia ........0 21 46 82 60 81 Ireland..........18 50 77 72 77 Qualified Siemens employees are waiting to Italy ..........02 24 36 44 00 offer you expert information about our Ivory Coast.......... 05 02 02 59 products and installation.
  • Page 117 Customer Care Nigeria ..........0 14 50 05 00 Norway..........22 70 84 00 Oman ............79 10 12 Pakistan ..........02 15 66 22 00 Paraguay ..........8 00 10 20 04 Peru ..........0 80 05 24 00 Philippines ........0 27 57 11 18 Poland..........08 01 30 00 30 Portugal ..........8 08 20 15 21 Qatar............04 32 20 10...
  • Page 118: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and • Do not drop, knock or shake your crafted with great care and attention phone. Rough handling can dam- and should also be treated with care. age components inside the The suggestions below will help you device! to enjoy your phone for many years.
  • Page 119: Limited Warranty

    Product, or other acts which are not the fault of Siemens and which the Product is not specified to tolerate, including damage caused by mishandling or blown fuses.
  • Page 120 Phone System or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not furnished by Siemens, nor will Siemens have any liability for the use of ancillary equipment or software not furnished by Siemens which is attached to or used in connection with the Phone System. The foregoing states the entire liability of Siemens with respect to infringement of patents by the Phone System or any parts thereof.
  • Page 121: Product Data

    Product data Declaration of conformity Phone ID You will need the following details if you Siemens Information and Communi- lose your phone or SIM card: cation mobile hereby declares that the number of the SIM card (on the card): the phone described in this user guide is in compliance with the es- ..............
  • Page 122: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Handsfree Portable Original Siemens Accessories Headset HHS-510 Activate speech recognition or receive and end calls using the activation button. Energy Headset Plus HHS-620 Premium designed headset with full-duplex Li-Ion battery EBA-660 speech quality and optimum carrying Replace one battery with the next and keep comfort.
  • Page 123: Car Solutions

    Provides convenient wireless communica- tion in high-quality digital sound. Features an external display for remote control of the mobile phone. Professional installation required. Products can be obtained in specialist shops or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online: Original Siemens Accessories
  • Page 124: Quality

    After six months, if the battery is clearly suffering from loss of performance, we recommend that you replace it. Please buy only Siemens original batteries.
  • Page 125: 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 126 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 127 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 128 U.S. FDA and industry, to assure that research called a case-control study. The cur- is undertaken to provide the neces- rent case-control study of brain can- cers by the National Cancer Institute, sary answers to the outstanding questions about the safety of mobile as well as the follow-up research to phones.
  • Page 129 U.S. FDA • Cooperate in providing mobile spend long periods of time on their phone users with the best possible hand-held mobile phones could con- information on what is known sider holding lengthy conversations about possible effects of mobile on conventional phones and reserv- phone use on human health.
  • Page 130 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 131: Fcc/industry Canada Notice

    FCC/Industry Canada Notice Your phone may cause TV or radio in- ustry 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 132: 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 133 Ten driving safety tips Dial sensibly and assess the traffic. Use your phone to help others in emergencies. 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 Sa- you begin your trip, or attempt to co- maritan”...
  • Page 134: Intellectual Property

    Intellectual copyrights. 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 135: End User License Agreement

    This Software License Agreement works ("Stock Files") (iv) related ex- ("Agreement") is between You and planatory written materials Siemens Information and Communi- ("Documentation"); (v) fonts (vi) up- cation Mobile, LLC and/or one of its grades, modified versions, updates, affiliates ("Licensor"). The Agree-...
  • Page 136 End user license agreement (d) You may not reverse engineer, rights. You may not register or claim reverse compile, disassemble or oth- any rights in the pre-loaded content or derivative works thereof. erwise attempt to discover the source code of the Software (except (g) You agree that You shall only use to the extent that this restriction is the Software in a manner that com-...
  • Page 137 End user license agreement version in order to use the Update ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICU- and You may use the previous ver- LAR PURPOSE OR THAT THE SOFTWARE WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY sion for ninety (90) days after You receive the Update in order to assist THIRD PARTY PATENTS, COPY- You in the transition to the Update.
  • Page 138 End user license agreement COVER, PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR CON- limitation. Licensor is acting on be- SEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, HOWEVER half of its software suppliers and their respective employees and affili- CAUSED AND WHETHER ARISING UN- DER CONTRACT, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, ates for the purpose of disclaiming, OR OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY excluding and/or restricting obliga- ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF OR IN-...
  • Page 139 End user license agreement 12. Applicable law & general provisions. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California without regard to its conflicts of laws rules. This is the entire agreement between Licensor and You relating to the Software and it supersedes any prior representations, discus-...
  • Page 140: Sar (s66)

    The lim- by Industry Canada. The highest SAR its include a substantial safety mar- value for this Siemens S66 when gin designed to assure the safety of tested for use at the ear is all persons, regardless of age and health.
  • Page 141 SAR (S66) SAR information on this Siemens S66 phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of after searching on FCC ID PWX-S66. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various...
  • Page 142: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree > <Address Book> SmartChip <Other Books> <Add New Name> > <Show SmartChip> Address Book <Show Groups> <Add New Name> > Calls Made Recent Calls Calls Received Missed Calls Voice Mail Speed Dial List Address Book > Games Surf &...
  • Page 143 Menu tree > > Inbox Text Message Messaging Multimedia Msg E-Mail WAP Push Retrieve Email Send/Rec. Mail CB Messages > Sent Messages Text Message Multimedia Msg E-Mail > Outbox Text Message Multimedia Msg E-Mail Send E-Mail Send/Rec. Mail > Saved Msgs Text Message Multimedia Msg E-Mail...
  • Page 144 Menu tree > Extras Alarm Clock Calculator Stopwatch Countdown Remote Sync. File System > Favorites My Stuff > > Profile Settings Normal Environment Settings Quiet Environment Noisy Environment Car Kit Headset <Name> <Name> Airplane Mode Themes > > Display Setting Language Automatic English...
  • Page 145 Menu tree > > Ring Tones Ringer Setting Settings Vibrating Alert Volume Call Screening > Ring Tones Minute Beep Info Tones Key Tones > Call Settings Hide ID Call Waiting Call Forward Any Key Answ. > Phone Settings Auto Off Phone Identity Memory Assis.
  • Page 146 Menu tree > > Security Auto Key Lock Settings ‚ Only PIN Codes This Chip Only Barring > Network Setup Choose Netwrk Auto Network Fast Search > Accessories Car Kit Headset...
  • Page 147: Index

    Index Index Business card ......37 Busy number....... 32 Accessories....... 122 Addressbook Dial entry........ 40 Calculator ........85 Groups ........41 Calendar ........78 New entry....... 38 Call ..........32 Read entry ......40 Accept/end......33 Aircraft mode ......92 Barring........
  • Page 148 Index Headset Setting ........108 Date format........ 99 Headset, Accessories....122 Default book ......37 Hide ID ........97 Delete assistant ......98 Hold call ....... 34, 35 Desk Top Charger, Accessories .. 122 Home network......107 Dialling code ......32 Hotline ........
  • Page 149 Index Message Phone number transmission CB .......... 72 on/off ......... 97 Phonebook (see SmartChip) E-mail ........64 MMS........56 Photo.......... 47 SMS........50, 52 Picture & sound (SMS)....51 Message memory full ....55 Message type ......54 Change ........25 Microphone on/off....
  • Page 150 Storage location (SmartChip) ..42 Shown in the display ....14 Surf & Fan........73 Shutdown animation ....94 Swap .......... 34 Siemens City Portal ..... 31 Switch off phone Signal strength ......21 Automatic ....... 98 SIM card Manually......... 20 Clear barring......

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