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  • Page 1 Be inspired Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2003 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Organiser........37 Safety precautions ...... 3 Phone overview ......5 Calendar .........37 Display symbols (selection) ..7 Appointments ......38 Getting started......8 Voice mail/mailbox ....40 Insert SIM card/battery ....8 SMS..........41 Charging the battery ....9 Writing and sending Switch on, off / PIN entry ..10 SMS messages......41 Switching on your phone SMS to Group ......43...
  • Page 3 Contents Fast access key......61 Notes A-Z ........76 Speed dialling keys ....62 Data Exchange Software ...81 My menu ........63 Questions & Answers ....82 Filesystem ......... 64 Customer Care ......85 Setup......... 65 Care and maintenance ....87 Display ........65 Product data ......88 Audio ........
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Keep at least 20 cm/9 Only use original Siemens bat- inches between phone and teries (100 % mercury-free) and pacemaker. When using the mo- –...
  • Page 5 If you wear the phone around your neck, please use only the Siemens original FCT- 500 Loop Case. In order to avoid any inju- ries or death from strangulation no other accessories are allowed for this purpose.
  • Page 6: Phone Overview

    Phone overview Integrated antenna Do not interfere the phone unnecces- sarily above the battery cover, this reduces the signal strength. Loudspeaker Display symbols Service provider Signal strength/GPRS available/ 05.11.2003 12:30 battery level. New MMS Menu Control key See next page Input keys Numbers, letters Microphone...
  • Page 7 Phone overview On/Off/End key • Switched off: hold down to switch on. • During a call or in an applica- tion: press briefly to finish. • In menus:press briefly: one level back. Press and hold: return to standby mode. Service provider •...
  • Page 8: Display Symbols (selection)

    Display symbols (selection) Display symbols No network access. Signal strength. Function activated/deactivated. Charging. ABC/ Indicates whether upper- or Abc/abc lowercase letters are active. Battery charging status, e.g. 50%. Text input with T9. è Addressbook. Activated and available. Records. Registered. É Surf &...
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Getting started Insert SIM card/battery • Place the battery into the block of the phone, with the contact area The service provider supplies you facing down. Push the battery with a SIM card on which all the im- carefully downwards. portant data for your account is stored.
  • Page 10: Charging The Battery

    Getting started Charging the battery Charge icon not visible If the battery was completely dis- The battery is not supplied fully charged, the charging symbol will charged. Plug the charger cable into not be immediately visible when the bottom of the phone, plug the connected to the charger.
  • Page 11: Switch On, Off / Pin Entry

    Switch on, off / PIN entry Activate/deactivate Switching on your phone n, off for the first time Hold down On/Off/End key to switch on or off. Time and date Enter PIN The clock must be set to the right time once at start-up. The SIM card can be protected with a Press.
  • Page 12: Standby Mode

    Switch on, off / PIN entry Standby mode Emergency number (SOS) Only to be used in real emergencies! By pressing the soft key, §SOS§ can make an emergency call on any network without a SIM card and Service provider without entering a PIN (not available in all countries).
  • Page 13: General Information

    General information User guide Menu controls The following symbols are used to In this user guide the steps needed explain an operation: to reach a function are shown in concise form, e.g. to display call list Enter numbers or for missed calls: letters.
  • Page 14 General information Messages Records Calls missed É è Calls received Calls dialled Erase records Ñ m Durat / charges Select Select My menu Press. §Select§ Select Records. Press right soft key to open the Press top of control key. Calls missed list.
  • Page 15 General information Calls missed View Office Carol +55523765489 +55523765489 Carol 05.11.2003 12:30 Garage Calls: 5 View Options Options Press. §View§ Press left soft key to show phone number with date, time and number of calls.
  • Page 16: Security

    Security Codes PIN control The PIN is usually requested each The phone and the SIM card are pro- time the phone is switched on. You tected against misuse by several se- can deactivate this feature but you curity codes. risk unauthorised use of the phone. Some service providers do not per- Keep these confidential numbers in a mit deactivating the control.
  • Page 17: E End Ser Clear Sim-card Barring

    Security Prevent accidental Chg.phonecode activation The preset phonecode is 0000 for all phonecode protected functions. Even if PIN entry is deactivated (see You are able to change it: page 15), confirmation is required to switch on the phone. Enter current phonecode. This prevents the phone from being Press.
  • Page 18: My Phone

    You can order additional ring tones, Ring tones logos and screensavers on the Inter- net and receive them by SMS/MMS: Assign individual ring tones to caller groups (page 67). Animations, screensavers, logos, applications My menu Adjust your phone in the following...
  • Page 19: 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. Dial number (always with To redial other numbers that were area code, if necessary dialled previously: with international dialling...
  • Page 20: Accept Call

    Making a phone call If number is busy Accept call If the number called is busy or can- The phone must be switched on not be reached because of network (standby mode). An incoming call problems, you are able to choose will interrupt any other use of the (depending on the service provider): phone.
  • Page 21: Handsfree

    Making a phone call Reject call Press. The call will be di- §Reject§ verted if this has been set previously (page 69). Press briefly. Handsfr. Menu Note Missed calls 32 Use the control key to ad- Accept call using any key.... page 68 just the volume.
  • Page 22: Hold Call

    Making a phone call Hold call Incoming calls during a call This function may require you Establish a second connection to register for this service with your You can call another number during service provider and set your phone a call. accordingly.
  • Page 23: 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 conference available during a call: call. Some of the functions described Open menu. §Menu§ may not be supported by your serv- Hold ice provider or may have to be ena-...
  • Page 24: Text Entry

    Text entry Enter text without T9 Press briefly: Special char- acters are shown. Press number key repeatedly until Hold down: All input lan- the required letter appears. The cur- guages are displayed. sor advances after a short delay. Press once/repeatedly: Example: .
  • Page 25 Press briefly: Switch be- ed installation instructions under: tween: abc, Abc, abc, Abc, 123. Status indicator in the top line of the display. Hold down: All input modes are displayed. Press briefly: Select special characters (page 23). Hold down: All input langua-...
  • Page 26 Text entry T9 word suggestions Correct a word If several options are found in the Words written with T9: dictionary for a key sequence Move left or right, (a word), the most probable is dis- word by word, until played first. the required word is The word must be §highlighted§.
  • Page 27: Text Modules

    Text entry Text modules Use text modules The phone contains predefined texts Write message (SMS). that you can add to your messages (SMS). You can also create and store Press. §Options§ your personal texts. Select Text modules. Write personal stored text Select predefined text ¢]¢...
  • Page 28: Addressbook

    Addressbook Picture bookThe Addressbook can store up to 500 entries that are managed in the pho- Assign a picture (calling face) to an ne memory. However you can ex- entry. It is displayed if you are called change data between the Address- by the corresponding phone book and the SIM card.
  • Page 29: Addressbook Menu

    Addressbook Call (search for an entry) Addressbook menu The following functions are availa- Open Addressbook. ble, depending on the current situa- tion: Select a name with the first letter and/or scroll. §Options§ Open menu. View The number is dialled. Display entry. Edit Open the entry for Edit entry...
  • Page 30: Groups

    Addressbook Groups Group menu §Options§ Open menu. 4 groups are preset in your phone to enable you to arrange your Address- Open Display all members of the se- book entries clearly. You can rename lected group. all groups: Display entry. §View§...
  • Page 31: Businesscard

    Addressbook Businesscard SIM card entry Create your own business card. Send SIM card entry can’t be used for cal- this via SMS to another GSM phone. ling. You are able to view, copy to Addressbook and delete SIM card è ¢...
  • Page 32: Special Books

    Addressbook Special books Special book menu Four special books are available: Open menu . §Options§ <Own numbers> View Display entry. <Service numb.> Copy into è Copy a highlighted entry <SIM phonebook> to the Addressbook. <Protected SIM> Copy all to è Copy all entries to the Addressbook.
  • Page 33: Records

    Records Your phone stores the phone num- Calls dialled bers of calls for convenient redial- Access to the last numbers dialled. ling. Fast access in standby ¢v mode. §Menu§ Erase records Choose a call list. The contents of all call lists are Press.
  • Page 34: Charge Settings

    Durat / charges Durat / charges Personal rate (PIN 2 query) You can display the charge details Enter the charges per unit/min. and the duration of different types of calls while you speak, as well as set- A/c limit ting a unit limit for outgoing calls. (PIN 2 query) ¢v¢...
  • Page 35: Surf & Fun

    Enter URL to access WAP page direct- menu you are able to Ed- §Options§ ly, e.g. it each bookmarks title and address, Delete and send a bookmark via or select from the most recently visit- SMS. ed WAP addresses that are displayed.
  • Page 36: Browser Menu

    Surf & fun Resume Browser Menu Call up recently visited pages that When the browser is active, the are still in phone’s memory. menu can be activated as: §Options§ Press. Push messages Homepage Enter homepage, if not set Messages from WAP server. by your service provider.
  • Page 37: Games

    Surf & fun Activate WAP profile Show images Activate/deactivate the You can change the active profile downloading of images at- tached to WAP pages. each time before you access the In- ternet (if the profile has been set al- Time in seconds after ready).
  • Page 38: Organiser

    Organiser Calendar Weekly overview Nov 2003 ¢ ¢ Calendar §Menu§ M T W T F S S You can enter appointments in the 5 6 7 8 9 10 Calendar. • monthly overview, • weekly overview, • Agenda. Agenda Month Time and date must be set for the Calendar to work correctly Scroll by the hour from...
  • Page 39: Appointments

    Organiser Agenda Delete all Delete all entries after con- firmation. Display daily agenda. §Agenda§ Send via Send entry via MMS. 05.11.2003 <New entry> Capacity Display available capacity. 20:00 Cinema 13:00 Garage Note Appointment with "alarm acti- vated". View Options Appointment with "alarm de- activated".
  • Page 40 Organiser Alarm Types of appointment: Memo. Description with up When the set date and time are to 128 characters. reached there is an audible and a vis- ual alarm. Call. Enter phone number. It is shown with alarm. Alarm type Memo/Meeting: the text is shown in the display.
  • Page 41: Voice Mail/mailbox

    Voice mail/mailbox ¢]¢ ail/ §Menu§ Msg. setup Save call divert number ¢ Change voice mail no. Calls are diverted to this phone number. Most service providers supply an ex- ternal voicemail service. A caller can ¢m¢ ¢ §Menu§ Phone setup Divert leave a voice message for you on ¢...
  • Page 42: Sms

    You can transmit / receive a very §OK§ Confirm. Send the SMS to long messages (up to 912/1368 the service centre for characters) on your phone: these are transmission. The sent automatically composed from sever- SMS is saved in the "Sent" al "normal"...
  • Page 43: Text Menu

    Picture&sound Text menu Open text menu. §Options§ Insert pictures and sounds into the message. Send Enter recipient's phone number or select it from Compose message. the Addressbook, then send. §Options§ Open text menu at the end of a word. Save Save composed text in Unsent list.
  • Page 44: Sms To Group

    < SMS to Group Press the left soft key to read message. You can send an SMS message as a "circular" to a recipient group. 05.11.2003 23:45 Date/time Open menu. §Options§ Tel. no./sender §+441932556712§ Select. Send Are we meeting tomorrow? Message Reply Options...
  • Page 45: Lists

    Ringtones, icons ... Unsent You can receive ringtones and icons ¢]¢ ¢ §Menu§ Unsent via SMS. The list of not yet successfully trans- Highlight the received mitted messages is displayed. Trans- item. mission can be restarted. Unsent Save and name the item. §Save§...
  • Page 46: Archive

    Lists menu Unread. Each list offers different functions: Read. Open menu. §Options§ Concatenated message. View View entry. Read concatenated mes- sage. Reply Directly answer incoming SMS messages. Incomplete unread concate- nated message. Delete Delete selected SMS Entry on SIM card. messages.
  • Page 47: Mms

    The Multimedia Messaging Service Pictures and graphics that have been enables you to send texts, pictures produced with accessories such as (also photos) and sounds in a com- digital cameras, can be attached in bined message to another mobile JPEG, WBMP or GIF format. See also phone or to an e-mail address.
  • Page 48: Edit Menu

    Edit menu To send MMS Open menu. Press. §Edit§ §Options§ Send Select. Add Text Write text. Add Picture The picture list is opened for selection. Press. Add Sound Select a stored melody from the list. Enter MMS address Phone number/ e-mail Remove Text/ Remove text, picture or address of recipient(s).
  • Page 49: Receive/read Mms

    Receive/read MMS Attachment A single MMS can contain several at- Arrival of new MMS/notifi- tachments. cation announced on display. When MMS slide show is ended the message content/attachments can be saved (text, sound-, picture- or other attachments e.g. vCard). Scroll the MMS content Service provider with control key and se- lect the attachments you...
  • Page 50: Lists

    Sent Attachment Select a attachment icon ¢]¢ ¢ §Menu§ Sent (vCal, vCard). The list of sent MMS messages is Select. §Options§ displayed. Save attach. Select and save the at- Icon Importance tachment to the specific MMS unread folder. MMS read Lists MMS sent All MMS messages are stored in one...
  • Page 51 Delete all Delete all MMS messages. Information Information on MMS is displayed: • Sender • Recipient • Arrival time • Subject • Size • Priority Capacity Size of current MMS as well as capacity still avail- able are shown.
  • Page 52: Message Profiles

    Message profiles SMS profile Validity period Select period in which the service centre is to try to ¢]¢ Msg. setup deliver the message: §Menu§ ¢ Manual, 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours, A number of SMS profiles can be set. 12 hours, 1 day, The transmission characteristics of 1 week,...
  • Page 53: Mms Profile

    Message profiles MMS profile Sent Items ON/OFF If activated,the sent messages are ¢]¢ ¢ Msg. setup saved. §Menu§ A number of MMS profiles can be de- Messageserver MMS relay URL, e.g. fined. The transmission characteris- tics of an MMS are defined in these. WAP Profile Select a profile.
  • Page 54: Cell Broadcast

    Cell broadcast ¢]¢ §Menu§ Msg. setup Selection from a list ¢ CB services Open list menu. §Options§ Some service providers offer infor- If a topic is selected in the list you mation services (info channels). If re- can view it, activate/deactivate it, ception is activated, your Topic lists...
  • Page 55: Profiles

    Profiles Setup A profile allows several settings to be made with one function in order, for Edit a default profile or create a new example, to adapt the phone to the personal profile: surrounding level of noise. • Five standard profiles are provided Select profile.
  • Page 56: Aircraft Mode

    Profiles Car Kit If an original Siemens Car Kit is used (page 75) the profile is activated au- tomatically. Headset If an original Siemens headset is used (page 75) the profile is activat- ed automatically as soon as the headset is in operation.
  • Page 57: Extras

    Extras ¢y Alarm clock §Menu§ ¢ Select function. The alarm will ring at the time set by you, even when the phone is SAT menu switched off. Your service provider may offer spe- y Alarm clock cial applications such as mobile banking, share prices, etc.
  • Page 58: Calculator

    Extras Calculator Recorder Enter number You can use this application to (up to 8 digits). record, play and manage sounds and voice messages. ¢y¢ §Menu§ Recorder Select calculate function. Repeat procedure with ¢]¢ §Menu§ New MMS other numbers. ¢ New Recording Result is displayed.
  • Page 59: Stopwatch

    Extras Stopwatch Playback ¢y¢ <New record> Stopwatch §Menu§ 0722_230515 Two intermediate times can be re- My sound 1 corded and saved. Play Options Stopwatch Select recording. The file is played. §Play§ 00:00:00:000 With Handsfree mode You are asked if you want to hear the recording via loudspeaker, §No§/§Yes§.
  • Page 60: Countdown

    Extras Countdown Camera (Accessories) You can use the phone to immedi- ¢y¢ Countdown §Menu§ ately view, save and send photos you A set time elapses. The last have taken with the QuickPic cam- 3 seconds are indicated by a beep. era.
  • Page 61: Camera Menu

    Extras Picture Camera menu A picture requires a few seconds to Open menu. §Options§ be processed. Use Flash Use flashlight (only when §Take§ Press. You will hear an ad- camera is plugged in). vicing tone when the ex- Full screen Switch to full screen mode.
  • Page 62: Fast Access Key

    Fast access key The left soft key and the number 37 keys 2 to 9 (speed dialling numbers) Appointments 38 can each be assigned an important Alarm 56 phone number or a function. The Calculator 57 phone number can then be dialled or Camera 59 the function started at the touch of...
  • Page 63: Speed Dialling Keys

    Fast access key Apply Apply The setting "Carol" is used here only Select a stored phone number as an example. or start a stored application (e.g. SMS). Hold down. §Carol§ In standby mode: Speed dialling keys Press briefly. Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as The assignment of the number key 3 speed dialling numbers for fast ac- is displayed above the right soft key...
  • Page 64: My Menu

    My menu Change sett. §My menu§ Create your own menu with frequently used You can replace each preset entry functions, phone num- (1-10) with another entry from the bers or WAP pages. selection list. The list with 10 possible entries is preset.
  • Page 65: Filesystem

    Filesystem File system menu To organise your files, you can use the file system like a PC file manager. Open menu §Options§ The file system assigns special fold- ers to different data types. Open Open folder. With Color scheme you are able to ¢Ñ...
  • Page 66: Setup

    Display §Menu§ instead of the provider logo. ¢ Select a function. Additional logos: Language Colour scheme Set the language of the display text. "Automatic" will set the language of Select colour scheme for the whole your home service provider.
  • Page 67 The screensaver function is ended by an incoming call or by pressing any Contrast key. Set display contrast. Additional screensavers: Press the control key re- peatedly to adjust display contrast up or down.
  • Page 68: Audio

    Setup Audio §Select§ Press. Set volume. ¢m¢ Audio §Menu§ ¢ Select function. If two independent phone numbers are registered You can set the tones to match your on your phone, you can needs. set different volumes for Ringer setting them (page 79). On/Off Activate/deactivate all Note...
  • Page 69: Keys

    Setup Keys Call screening Only calls from numbers that are in ¢m¢ Keys §Menu§ the Addressbook or in a group are ¢ Select function. signalled audibly or by silent alert. Other calls are only displayed. Any to answer Key tones You can press any key to accept an incoming call.
  • Page 70: Phone Setup

    Setup Phone setup All calls Divert all calls. Symbol in ¢m¢ Phone setup §Menu§ the top line of the display ¢ Select function. in standby mode. Not reachable Call waiting Divert occurs if phone is switched off If you are registered for this service, or is out of range.
  • Page 71: Phone Identity

    Setup Fact. settings Clear all All set diversions are cleared. Reset phone to default values (factory setting). Note Note that the divert is stored in the network # 9 9 9 9 # and not in the phone (for example when the SIM card is changed).
  • Page 72: Clock

    Setup Clock Time zones Set the time zone for your area. ¢m¢ Clock §Menu§ Select the required time ¢ Select function. zone from list. Time Select. §Select§ Date format Select Time or Date. Select DD.MM.YYYY MM/DD/YYYY Press and edit the right §Change§...
  • Page 73: Connectivity

    (shown as a series The current settings for a service of asterisks). provider can be found on the Inter- net at GPRS settings (General Packet Radio Service) under "FAQ". APN: Enter your Access Point To modify a profile Name.
  • Page 74: Security

    Setup Security Barrings Barring restricts the use of your SIM ¢m¢ Security §Menu§ card (this is not supported by all ¢ Select function. service providers). You need a 4-digit password which your service Both phone and SIM card are pro- provider will give you.
  • Page 75: Network

    Setup Network Auto network Activate/deactivate, see also ¢m¢ Network §Menu§ Choose network above. ¢ Select function. If "Automatic network" is activated, the next network on the list is dialled Line in ranking order of your "preferred networks". Alternatively select a dif- Two independent phone numbers ferent network manually from the have to be registered.
  • Page 76: Accessories

    Setup Accessories Headset Only in conjunction with an original ¢m¢ Accessories §Menu§ Siemens headset. The profile is auto- ¢ Select function. matically activated when headset is plugged in. Car Kit Accept call with Call key or PTT key Only in combination with an original (Push To Talk), even when key lock is Siemens handsfree Car Kit.
  • Page 77: Notes A-z

    Enter a name. recommend that you replace it. Please buy only Siemens original Press. §Save§ batteries. You can also store just the DTMF Control codes (DTMF)
  • Page 78: International Dialling Codes

    Notes A-Z Dial-up access CSD The elements listed above can be transmitted individually or together (Circuit Switched Data) in an SMS. Data transfer is made via a data With EMS, pictures and sounds can connection to a default IP address also be sent (e.g.
  • Page 79: Own Numbers

    Notes A-Z Outside your own home network Phone number memo If you are outside your "home" net- You can type in a phone number on work your phone will automatically the keypad during a phone call. The dial a different GSM network person you are talking to will hear (page 74).
  • Page 80: Software Version

    Notes A-Z Set Divert Software version Diverts the caller to the To display the software version of §Divert§ mailbox, for example, if your phone in standby mode enter: divert Busy (page 69) is # 0 6 #, then press §Info§. set and the Call waiting function (page 69) is...
  • Page 81 Notes A-Z (Wireless Application Protocol) WAP is a technical standard that provides the basis for connecting mobile radio networks with the Internet. WAP allows you to surf the Internet using a mobile phone, download games and applications and to use WAP services such as news, stock market data and information services.
  • Page 82: Data Exchange Software

    Data Exchange Software Data Exchange Software With Data Exchange Software you can increase the functionality of your phone together with a Windows® PC. Phone and PC are connected with one another via data cable. The Data Exchange software works with Windows® Explorer like an ext- ra drive and mirrors the contents of the file system (page 64) on your phone.
  • Page 83: Questions & Answers

    Questions & Answers ns & If you have questions regarding the use of your phone, you can contact us at at any time. In addition to this we have listed some frequently asked questions and answers below. Problem Possible causes...
  • Page 84 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution No connection Weak signal. Move to higher location, to a window or an open to network. space. Outside GSM range. Check coverage area of the service provider. SIM card not valid. Contact the service provider. New network not authorised.
  • Page 85 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution Message can- Service provider does not support Contact your service provider. not be sent. this service. Phone number of the service cen- Set service centre (page 51). tre is not set or it is wrong. SIM card contract does not sup- Contact your service provider.
  • Page 86: Customer Care

    Latvia .............7 50 11 18 software version (to display, press * # 0 6 #, Lebanon..........01 44 30 43 then info) and if available, your Siemens Libya ..........02 13 50 28 82 Service customer number. Lithuania ...........8 52 74 20 10 Luxembourg........
  • Page 87 Customer Care Mexico ........01 80 07 11 00 03 Singapore ..........62 27 11 18 Morocco..........22 66 92 09 Slovak Republic ......02 59 68 22 66 Netherlands .........0 90 03 33 31 00 Slovenia ..........0 14 74 63 36 New Zealand........08 00 27 43 63 South Africa ........08 60 10 11 57 Nigeria ..........0 14 50 05 00 Spain..........9 02 11 50 61...
  • Page 88: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and The suggestions given above apply crafted with great care and attention equally to your phone, battery, ance and should also be treated with care. charger and all accessories. If any of The suggestions below will help you these parts are not working properly, to enjoy your phone for many years.
  • Page 89: Product Data

    Product data Declaration of conformity data Operating temp.: -10 °C … 55 °C Siemens Information and Communi- Standby time: 60...250 h cation mobile hereby declares that Talk time: 1,5...4,5 h the phone described in this user guide is in compliance with the es-...
  • Page 90: Accessories

    Includes a belt clip and a retaining clip for discretely fastening the mobile phone on clothes or in a bag. Carrying Cases A range of carry cases is available at specialist shops or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store online: Original Siemens Accessories mobilestore...
  • Page 91: Car Solutions

    Handsfree kit with integrated loudspeaker Products can be obtained in specialist shops and microphone and auto answer feature. or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store Simply plug into the cigarette lighter socket. online: Ideal for easy transfer between vehicles.
  • Page 92: Guarantee Certificate (uk)

    • The duration of the Guarantee shall not be 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at extended by services rendered under the its own option and free of charge, either re- terms of the Guarantee.
  • Page 93: Guarantee Certificate (irl)

    Guarantee. manufacturing and/or material faults within • The purchase receipt, together with the 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at date of purchase, shall be required as evi- its own option and free of charge, either re- dence for invoking the Guarantee.
  • Page 94: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Addressbook > Show entries > <New entry> è New entry <Groups> Businesscard Groups SIM Entries > Calls missed Records Calls received Calls dialled Erase records > Last call Durat / charges All outgoing calls All incoming Remain. units >...
  • Page 95: Messages Sent

    Menu tree > SMS Sent Messages SMS archive Text module Call voice mail > SMS Msg. setup > Normal envi. Change voice mail no. Profiles Quiet environ. CB services Noisy environ. Car Kit Headset <Empty> <Empty> Aircraft mode > SAT menu (optional) Extras Calculator Recorder...
  • Page 96 Menu tree > Display > Colour scheme Setup > Style Screensaver Start up anim. Picture Shutdn anim. Preview Own greeting Illumination Contrast > Ringer setting Audio Silent alert Volume > Calls Melodies Call screening Group calls Key tones Alarm Minute beep Alarm clock Info tones Messages...
  • Page 97 Menu tree > Clock > Show clock Setup > GPRS Connectivity GPRS info > MMS, WAP Data services > Codes > PIN control Security Change PIN Only ‚ Change PIN2 Chg.phonecode > All outgoing Barrings Outgo internat home All incoming When roaming Status check >...
  • Page 98: Sar- European Union (rtte)

    0,72 W/kg****. gardless of age and health. The SAR information can also be Before a radio equipment may be found on the Siemens web site at placed on the market, compliance with the European laws and the re- While there may be differences...
  • Page 99 Euro- pean internal market. *** averaged over 10g body tissue. **** SAR values may vary depend- ing on national requirements and frequency bands. SAR information for different regions can be found at
  • Page 100: Sar - International (icnirp)

    0,72 W/kg***. cy (RF) energy recommended by in- SAR information can also be found at ternational guidelines from the In- ternational Commission on Non- While there may be differences be- Ionizing Radiation Protection tween the SAR levels of various (ICNIRP).
  • Page 101: Index

    Index Camera ........58 Address book......27 Car accessories......90 Agenda........38 Car Kit........75 Aircraft mode ......55 Cell Broadcast (CB) ..... 53 Alarm ........56 Charging battery ......9 appointment...... 39 Conference ........ 22 type........39 Control codes (DTMF)....76 Alarm clock........
  • Page 102 Index Games & More......36 Mailbox........40 Getting started ......8 Maintenance tips ....... 88 GPRS ......... 72 Menu settings ......72 control ....... 12 Group........29 My menu ......63 SMS to group..... 43 quick selection ....78 Message Handset volume ......
  • Page 103 Index Signal strength......78 Performance of battery ....78 SIM card Phone (settings) ......69 entry ........30 Phone barring......73 insert ........8 Phone code ......15, 16 problems...... 79, 82 Phone data ........ 88 remove barring ....16 Phone identity number (IMEI) ..
  • Page 104 Index Validity MMS........52 browser ......35 SMS........51 parameters......36 Voice mail (mailbox) ....40 Warning tones ......68 Volume handset ......18 profiles ......54 ringtone ......67...

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