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Haidenauplatz 1
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© Siemens AG 2004
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
Rights of modification reserved.
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
www.siemens-mobile.com/s65
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  • Page 1 Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich © Siemens AG 2004 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft www.siemens-mobile.com/s65...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Legal notices ......3 Addressbook ......41 New entry ......41 Safety precautions ..... 5 Change entry ......43 Antenna care ......7 Call entry ........ 43 Phone operation ...... 7 Groups ........44 Electronic devices ....8 Phonebook .......
  • Page 3 My menu ........ 108 Ten driving safety tips .... 145 Fast access ......109 Intellectual property ....147 Speed dialing keys ....110 SAR (S65) ........ 148 Organizer ....... 111 Calendar ......111 End user license agreement ... 150 Appointments ...... 112 Menu tree .......
  • Page 4: 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 S65 phone are VIDED "AS IS".
  • Page 5: Network Services

    Legal notices tions of the United States foreign tions and with the default settings as agencies or authorities, and may not set by the factory. However, playing export, or transfer for the purpose of games (particularly with the back- re-export, the mobile phone or any light continuously switched on) and part of the phone in violation of any listening to music will shorten the...
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    Use only original Siemens ation of the unit. batteries (100 % mercury-free) and charging devices. Other- wise you risk serious damage to health and property.
  • Page 7 Improper use will invalidate the warranty! These safety instructions also apply to Siemens original accessories. Product attributes are subject to changes in technology, design and availability. Siemens reserves the right to modify prod- ucts without prior notice.
  • Page 8: Antenna Care

    For areas where ments could damage the phone and the use of cellular phones while driv- may violate FCC regulations. ing is permitted, Siemens encourag- es persons to use their phones re- Phone operation sponsibly and to employ handsfree devices.
  • Page 9: Electronic Devices

    Safety precautions For vehicles equipped with Persons with pacemakers air bags • should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their An air bag inflates with great force. pacemaker when the phone is DO NOT place objects, including ei- turned ON;...
  • Page 10: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    Safety precautions Vehicles Potentially explosive atmospheres RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded Turn your phone OFF when in any electronic systems in motor vehicles. area with a potentially explosive Check with the manufacturer or atmosphere and obey all signs and their representative regarding your instructions.
  • Page 11: Batteries And Chargers

    911 and then press the key. Batteries and Chargers This phone, like any wireless phone, Only use original Siemens batteries operates using radio signals, wire- (100% mercury-free) and charging less and landline networks, and user- devices. Use of non-Siemens batter- programmed functions.
  • Page 12 Safety precautions 3. Do not dispose of the battery in a fire; it may explode. Dispose of used batteries and phones in accordance with applicable laws and safety regulations. Do not expose battery to water. Check with local codes for special dis- posal instructions.
  • Page 13: Overview Of Phone

    Overview of phone Overview of phone Call key During a call: Dial displayed/highlighted phone num- Set volume. bers/names, take calls. In standby Call options. mode, show last phone numbers dialed. On/Off/End key • Switched off: press and hold to switch •...
  • Page 14 Overview of phone Integrated antenna Do not unnecessarily obstruct the phone above the battery cover. This re- duces the signal quality. Loudspeaker 3 kl Plus-minus key £ • During a call: volume high – low. • In menus, lists, Internet sites: scroll up Service providers and down.
  • Page 15: Display Symbols

    Display symbols Display symbols Display symbols (selection) Auto answer feature on Å Strength of receiving signal Activated and available £ Charging Registered ¢ Battery charge level, e.g. 50 % Temporarily interrupted ¤ Phonebook Browser offline ± Call records Browser online ²...
  • Page 16 Display symbols Message symbols (selection) Camera symbols Unread Switch to photo mode È Read Switch to video mode É Brightness Draft Ù Sent Zoom factor Ú MMS not sent White balance Û MMS notification received Flash connected × MMS notification read MMS with DRM contents (p.
  • Page 17: Getting Started

    Getting started Getting started The phone is packaged in disassem- • Press the grooved area , then bled form and must be reassembled push the battery cover towards before using for the first time. the front in the direction indicated by the arrow Your phone's display is sup-...
  • Page 18: Inserting An Rs Multimediacard

    Getting started • Insert the battery sideways into Note the phone , then press down Keep SIM cards out of reach of small chil- until it clicks into place. dren. The SIM cards and its contacts are easily damaged by scratching or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or removing the SIM card.
  • Page 19: Charge Battery

    Getting started Charge battery • If necessary, use the battery cover Charging procedure The battery is not fully charged when delivered. Plug the charger cable into the bottom of the phone, plug the power supply unit into a mains power socket and charge for at least two hours.
  • Page 20: Operating Times

    Use only Siemens batteries and re- Leaving the battery in hot or cold charge your battery only with places, such as in a closed car in sum- Siemens chargers.
  • Page 21 Getting started Display while in service Batteries must be disposed of prop- erly. Comply with all local laws or Charge level display during opera- regulations in disposing of your bat- tion (empty – full): tery. V W X Charge icon not visible A beep sounds when the battery is nearly discharged.
  • Page 22: 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 23: Switching On Your Phone

    Switch on/off, PIN entry Switching on your phone Copy SIM addresses for the first time The first time the SIM card is insert- ed, the entries on it can be copied to the Addressbook. Please do not inter- Time/date rupt this procedure. During this time, Set the clock correctly on a one-off do not accept incoming calls.
  • Page 24: General Instructions

    General instructions General instructions Standby mode Main menu The phone is in standby mode and is The main menu is displayed graphi- ready for use when the name of the cally with symbols: service provider appears on the dis- Call main menu up from play.
  • Page 25: User Guide Symbols

    General instructions User guide Symbols The following symbols are used to Menu controls explain operation: The steps required to reach a func- Enter numbers or letters. tion are shown in a condensed form in the user guide, e.g. to display record On/Off/End key of missed calls in condensed form: Call key...
  • Page 26: Standard Functions

    Standard functions Standard functions Option menus Sort Set sort criteria (alphabetical order, type, Functions that appear repeatedly in time). the options menu are listed here. Text input preferred: Activate/de- Open menu. §Options§ (p. 29) activate T9 input. Edit Open the entry to edit. Input language: Select language for text.
  • Page 27: Highlighting Mode

    Standard functions Highlighting mode Menu speed dialing With some applications (e.g. Phone- All menu functions are numbered in- book/Addressbook) one or more en- ternally. A function may be selected tries in a list can be highlighted to directly by entering these numbers carry out a function jointly.
  • Page 28: Security

    Security Security ¢ ¢ ¢ The phone and the SIM card are pro- Security Codes ¢ tected against misuse by several se- Select function. curity 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 29: Preventing Accidental Activation

    The phone does access to the phone code and the not switch on. functions that use it is denied. If this occurs, contact Siemens Service (p. 131). Clear SIM card barring If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is barred. Enter...
  • Page 30: Text Entry

    Text entry Text entry Text entry without T9 Press briefly: special characters are shown. Press the number key repeatedly un- Press and hold: open input til the required character appears. menu. After a brief interval the cursor will Press once/repeatedly: advance.
  • Page 31: Input Menu

    Text entry Input menu Writing with T9 The display changes as you proceed. For 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 where the (SMS only) Text format relevant letter is located.
  • Page 32 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 (a by word, until the re- word), the most probable is dis- quired word is played first.
  • Page 33: Text Modules

    Text entry Text modules Use text modules Write message Text modules can be stored in the (SMS, MMS, e-mail). phone for adding to your messages (SMS, MMS, e-mail). Open text menu. §Options§ Write text modules Select. §Insert§ ¢ ¢ Text modules Select Text modules.
  • Page 34: Calling

    Calling Calling Dialing with number keys Set volume The phone must be switched on It is only possible to adjust the (standby mode). volume during a call. Enter the number (always With the joystick. with area/international di- aling code). A short press clears With the plus/minus key.
  • Page 35: If The Number Is Busy

    Calling If the number is busy Reminder A beep reminds you to re- §Prompt§ If the called number is busy or can- dial the displayed phone not be reached because of network number after 15 minutes. problems several options are avail- able (depending on the service pro- Additional information vider).
  • Page 36: Accept Call

    Calling Accept call Handsfree The phone must be switched on. An You can put the phone down during incoming call will interrupt any other a call. You can then hear the caller use of the phone. via the loudspeaker. Press. Activate speakerphone §Handsfr.§...
  • Page 37 Calling Conference Incoming calls during a call You may need to register for this ser- Call up to 5 parties one by one and vice with your service provider and link them together in a multiparty set your phone accordingly (p. 92). call.
  • Page 38: Call Options

    Calling Call options Direct call The following functions are only If this is active, only one number can available during a call: be dialed. Press. Switch on Hold Hold current call. ¢ ¢ Security ¢ Direct call Microphone If switched off, the person on the other end of the line Confirm selection.
  • Page 39: Using The Phonebook

    Calling Tone sequences (DTMF) Using the Phonebook/ Addressbook 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 Phone- while another connection exists. These book/Addressbook in the same way entries are transmitted directly as as a normal entry.
  • Page 40: My Items

    You can purchase additional ring- Ringtones (p. 90) tones, logos, animations and Java applications from your service pro- Assign individual ringtones to caller vider or directly from Siemens. groups or special dates. Pictures (p. 124) Service provider portal Assign individual pictures or photos Depending on your service provider, to your Addressbook entries.
  • Page 41: Default Book

    Default book Default book ¢ ¢ Business card Select function. Show entries Create your own business card to send to another GSM-phone. If no The entries in the default book (Ad- business card has been created yet, dressbook or Phonebook) are you will be asked for your input.
  • Page 42: Addressbook

    Addressbook Addressbook The Addressbook can store up to Possible input fields 1,000 entries, each with a variety of Last name: URL: phone and fax numbers as well as additional address details. These en- First name: Chat room >> tries are managed in the phone Phone number: Group: memory separately from those in the...
  • Page 43: Display Options

    Addressbook Display/find entry After activation, the date Birthday: of birth is entered. Open Addressbook Reminder: The phone re- (in standby mode). minds you at the time you Select a name with the set one day before the first letter and/or scroll. birthday.
  • Page 44: Change Entry

    Addressbook 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 selected as well as to multiple selected entries: Press.
  • Page 45: Groups

    Addressbook Groups Ringtone for group Assign a ring tone 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 46: Phonebook

    Phonebook Phonebook Entries in the Phonebook (on the SIM Phone number: card) are managed separately from Always enter phone number with those in the Addressbook. You can, dialing code. An entry will not be however, exchange data between saved without a phone number. the Phonebook and the Address- Name: book.
  • Page 47: Call (search For An Entry)

    Phonebook Call (search for an entry) Phonebook options Open Phonebook. 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 dialed. Copy to 9 Copy all highlighted en- Call using record no.
  • Page 48: Special Books

    Phonebook <Special books> <Service nos.>/<Info numbers> There might be phone numbers Open Phonebook saved in your Phonebook that have (in standby mode). been provided by your service pro- <Special 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 49: Call Records

    Call records Call records 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 call back purposes. Hide ID function and Symbol for missed call (in •...
  • Page 50: Dur./charges

    Dur./charges Dur./charges Account limit You can display the charges and du- ration during a call. You can set a (PIN2 prompt) unit limit for outgoing calls. Special SIM cards allow you or the ¢ ¢ Dur./charges service provider to define a credit Select limit or a period after which the phone is unable to be used for out-...
  • Page 51: 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 corner of the preview image. This number var- •...
  • Page 52: Photo Mode

    Camera Photo mode Video mode Take a photo. The video mode resolution is the same as the preview image resolu- Display the preview im- tion. You can set two different reso- age for the next photo. lutions. The photo is saved with a name, the date and the time.
  • Page 53: Camera Options

    Camera Camera options Additional information Insufficient memory available. The following functions are avail- Start the memory assistant to Ê able, depending on the current situ- delete specific data (p. 94). ation. Alternatively, you can transfer Open menu. §Options§ data to the RS MultiMedia- Card.
  • Page 54: Main Inbox

    Main Inbox Main Inbox Main Inbox options The inbox folder offers immediate access to currently received messag- Open menu. §Options§ es. This means that you no longer have to look through all your inbox Receive e-mail Select set account and folders for the various message send all e-mails.
  • Page 55: Sms

    Text options You can use your phone to transmit and receive very long messages (up Open menu. §Options§ to 760 characters). They are auto- matically composed of several "nor- Save Save composed text in draft mal" SMS messages (note higher list.
  • Page 56 Picture&sound Own anim./Own pictures/ sounds: Send pictures and sounds with or The selection is displayed/ without accompanying text. played back. Remember that these may be pro- The selection is added to tected (DRM, p. 23). the SMS. With the text input field open: The pictures that have been added Open menu.
  • Page 57: Read

    Read Reply options Open reply menu. §Reply§ Arrival of anew SMS an- nounced in the display. Write message Create a new reply Open (p. 53) Main Inbox text. with the soft key below it. Edit Edit received SMS or Reading the SMS. add new text.
  • Page 58 Lists List options Different functions are offered de- All SMS messages are archived in dif- pending on the list. ferent lists, according to their status. (For overview of message symbols, Open menu. §Options§ see p. 14): Send Send or forward entry. Inbox Send with...
  • Page 59: Setting

    Setting Message • Manual: Inquiry for all mes- type sages. SMS signature • Standard text: Normal SMS message. ¢ ¢ Msg settings • Fax: Transmission via SMS. ¢ ¢ SMS signature • E-mail: Transmission via SMS. You can enter a "signature" with up •...
  • Page 60 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 center you are of- animations and information about fered the chance to repeat the trans- applications with an SMS.
  • Page 61: Mms

    The Multimedia Messaging Service Sounds can be recorded with the enables you to send texts, pic- sound recorder and/or loaded from tures/videos and sounds in a com- (p. 124). My stuff bined message to another cellular First select an object for processing phone or to an e-mail address.
  • Page 62 Sounds Text <Sound> Select. <Text> Select and write the text. Display sound functions: The text functions are dis- played (see also p. 29): Insert sound Insert from Open list to select a sound. Choose any of the following for insertion: Text modules, Bookmark, Record...
  • Page 63: Templates

    Generation options Save as Save created MMS as a templ. template. See also below. Open menu. §Options§ Layout Select one of four possible Send MMS Send MMS. layouts: Play Play entire MMS on the Text above, below, beside display. (on left or right) picture. Picture...
  • Page 64: Send

    Send Expanded address fields Scroll down. The page(s) of the new MMS is (are) already created and the MMS is dis- More: Provide additional played. address fields. Open address entry. Address(es) of copy recipient(s). ç MMS Bcc: Address(es) of copy recip- Subject: ient(s) who are not visible Greetings from New York...
  • Page 65: Receive

    Receive Sending options Open menu. §Options§ Depending on the setting (p. 66), an MMS can be received in two ways: Send MMS Send MMS. Complete transmission Play Play entire MMS on the dis- play. The complete MMS is sent to your phone.
  • Page 66: Read

    Read Lists An MMS has been received in full. All MMS messages are saved in four different lists (for overview of mes- Select the MMS. sage symbols, see p. 14): Start automatic playing of Inbox the MMS. ¢ ¢ ¢ Inbox Key functions for playback: The list of MMS messages and notifi-...
  • Page 67: Setting

    Setting List options Different functions are offered de- ¢ ¢ ¢ Msg settings pending on the list/situation. ¢ Select function. Open menu. §Options§ MMS profile: Play Play MMS on the dis- Six MMS profiles can be set (5 in the play.
  • Page 68: User Settings

    User settings Default Length of display for an duration: MMS page (standard re- Set the MMS dispatch to suit your quirement). requirements: Retrieval: Receive complete MMS or Delivery Request delivery confirma- only notification of arrival. report: tion for sent messages. Immediate Read reply: Request confirmation that...
  • Page 69: 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 cur- sor. Write §Options§ Open menu. ¢ ¢ ¢ Create new E-mail Send e-mail Send e-mail.
  • Page 70: Receive/read

    E-mail Receive/read Lists ¢ ¢ All e-mails are saved in different lists Inbox ¢ depending on their status (for over- Select function. view of message symbols, see Before an e-mail can be read, it must p. 14): be retrieved from the server. You have two options: Inbox Retrieve email...
  • Page 71: Setting

    (p. 53). er. See also on the Internet at: Ret. content Retrieve the contents from www.siemens-mobile.com/s65 the server if only the mes- sage header was received. Accounts Del. on Delete the contents on the Select account.
  • Page 72: Voice Message/mailbox

    Voice message/mailbox Voice message/mailbox ¢ ¢ Setup Save call forwarding number ¢ Voice message Calls are forwarded to this phone Most service providers provide a number. mailbox in which a caller can leave a ¢ ¢ ¢ Phone setup Divert voice mail for you ¢...
  • Page 73: Chat Room

    Chat room Chat room Fast access ... With Chat room you can transfer text, audio clips, pictures and files straight to and from one or more terminals Select account (p. 77) (cellphone, PC). This function is not ¢ ¢ ¢ Chat room Login offered by all service providers.
  • Page 74: Login

    Chat room Login Manage contacts Select a contact. ¢ ¢ ¢ Chat room Login Select the last account used (see also Open menu. §Options§ p. 78). Automatic login: Select. Contacts Contact lists Different functions are offered de- When the connection has been es- pending on the selection: tablished, the contact list or the Add contact...
  • Page 75: Manage Groups

    Chat room Manage groups Create group Group ID: Select one of the groups Enter a unique group you set up yourself. name. Name: Open menu. §Options§ Name of group. Select. Topic: Topic of group. Group settings Searchable: Different functions are offered de- pending on the selection: Other people can look for the group.
  • Page 76: Contact List Options

    Chat room Create a new contact list Contact list options The current contact list is displayed. §Options§ Open menu. Open menu. §Options§ Details Additional information Contact lists about the contact or the group. Available contact lists are displayed. My settings Information on your cur- Open menu.
  • Page 77: Start Chat Room

    Chat room Start Chat room Options (individual contact) Open menu. §Options§ A contact list must be displayed. Send sound Select and send a melody/ Select a contact or group. sound from the list (DRM, p. 23). Start communication with the contact. Send Select and send a picture picture...
  • Page 78: Msg. History

    Chat room Setting Options (group contact) §Options§ Open menu. ¢ ¢ ¢ Chat room Setup ¢ Select function. Leave group Exit group. Account Details Information about the group: The list of available accounts is dis- Group ID:, Name:, Topic:, played. Owner: Select an account to es- Clear all...
  • Page 79 Chat room My settings App. settings Information on your current person- Settings for the application used: al status: Automatic Auto-reconnect to the login: Alias: last account used. Your own alias under which you can be found on the Timeout: Time without action after server.
  • Page 80: Cb Services

    CB services CB services Topic Select Open list menu. §Options§ ¢ ¢ Setup If a topic is selected in the list you ¢ CB services can view it, activate/ deactivate it, Some service providers offer infor- edit it or delete it. mation services (info channels, Cell CB languages Broadcast).
  • Page 81: Surf & Fun

    Direct call-up of the browser with Go to... Enter URL to dial an Inter- the URL from your service provider. net address directly, e.g. wap.siemens- Internet mobile.com ¢ ¢ Reload Reload current page.
  • Page 82: End Connection

    Surf & fun End connection Browser settings ¢ ¢ Press and hold to clear Internet down the connection and §Options§ Open menu. close the browser. Select. Settings Navigation in the browser • Select a link. Browser Set start option as well as •...
  • Page 83: Bookmarks

    Surf & fun Bookmarks Profiles Preparation of the phone for Internet ¢ ¢ Bookmarks access depends on the service pro- vider concerned: Display URL/call up page Profile preset List bookmarks In most cases, access profiles have Display list of bookmarks already been created for one or more stored in the phone.
  • Page 84: Games And Applications

    The description file is phone. You will find these described loaded for information Ì under purposes only. The appli- www.siemens-mobile.com/s65 cation/game itself must Requirements be loaded separately. or complete download Browser profile (p. 81) and access (p. 101) must be configured already.
  • Page 85: Additional Information

    (virtual joystick): not affect or change the software already in- stalled on your Java™-enabled cellular 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 86: Setup

    Setup Setup Profiles Profile settings Edit a default profile or create a new ¢ ¢ Profiles personal profile: Several settings can be stored in a Select profile. phone profile in order, for example, to adapt the phone to the surround- Open menu.
  • Page 87: 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 in again, the previously set profile will the cradle (also see accessories).
  • Page 88: Topics

    Setup Topics ¢ ¢ Topics Load a completely new visual pre- sentation onto your phone. At the press of a key various functions are re-organized by topics, e.g. Start up/shut down animation, wall- paper, screensaver, start up/shut- down melody, additional anima- tions.
  • Page 89: Display

    Setup Display Wallpaper Set wallpaper graphic for the display. ¢ ¢ Display ¢ Select function. Logo Language Choose graphic to be displayed in- stead of the provider logo. Set the language for the display text. When "automatic" is set, the lan- Color setting guage of your home service provider is used.
  • Page 90 Setup Greeting Timeout Set period after which the screensav- Enter greeting to be displayed in- er starts. stead of animation when phone is switched on. Security The phone code is requested to close Large letters the screensaver. You can choose between two font Auto key lock sizes for the display.
  • Page 91: Ring Tones

    Setup Ring tones Volume Set different volumes for different ¢ ¢ Ring tones types of call/functions. ¢ Select function. Set the signal tones on the phone to Select suit your requirements. Incoming call Ringer setting Messages Alarm clock Activate/deactivate all On/off tones.
  • Page 92: Assign Ringtone

    Setup Assign ringtone A ringtone that has already been se- lected will be played or the list of possible ringtones will be displayed for selection. d Calls Assign a single ringtone to all phone numbers in the Addressbook. Group calls Assign a different ringtone to each group.
  • Page 93: Call Setup

    Setup Call setup Condition set. Ö Not set. ¢ ¢ Call setup Õ ¢ Display if status is un- Select function. Ô known (e.g. with a new Hide ID SIM card). Clear all When you make a call, your phone number can be displayed on the re- All set forwarding is cleared.
  • Page 94: Minute Beep

    Setup Call screening All calls All calls are forwarded. Only calls from phone numbers that Symbol in the top line of are in the Phonebook/Addressbook the display in standby or are assigned to a group are Ç mode. signaled. Other calls are only dis- played.
  • Page 95: Phone Setup

    Setup Phone setup Phone identity The phone identity number (IMEI) is ¢ ¢ Phone setup displayed. This information may be ¢ Select function. useful for customer service. Key tones Device check Set the type of acoustic key After the last information page, a acknowledgement.
  • Page 96: File System

    Setup File system Master reset Format The phone is reset to the default val- ues (factory settings). This does not (Phone-code protected) affect the SIM card or the network The telephone memory is formatted settings. and all saved data such as ringtones, Alternatively, in standby mode pictures, games, etc.
  • Page 97: Clock

    Setup Clock §Options§ Open menu. ¢ ¢ Set time zone. Clock ¢ Select function. Auto time Have the time zone auto- zone matically set by the net- Time/date work. The clock must be set correctly once, Search city Search for a city. at startup.
  • Page 98: Connectivity

    Setup Connectivity GPRS info Display the transmitted volume. ¢ ¢ Connectivity ¢ Select function. IrDA GPRS Activate/deactivate IrDA. (General Packet Radio Service) Your phone has an infrared inter- face. With this interface, you can ex- Switch GPRS on/off change data such as pictures, ring- GPRS is a method for transmitting tones, Addressbook entries, data faster in the mobile network.
  • Page 99 Setup Bluetooth™ (BT) Activate/deactivate Bluetooth. Bluetooth™ is a short-range radio My BT name: You can give connection via which a headset or the phone a name when car kit, for example, can be connect- you activate Bluetooth for ed without the need for wires. Using the first time.
  • Page 100 Setup The search is ended and • Known devices the first 10 devices found To make selection easier, frequent are shown in a list. BT partners can be recorded in the Start new search. known device list. If entries are "con- §Repeat§...
  • Page 101 Setup • My BT name Shown in the display The phone is given a name (max. Bluetooth™ activated. ¨ 16 characters) – this is the name the Bluetooth™ visible to others. partner sees. If no name is given, the © Bluetooth™...
  • Page 102 Internet at If necessary, check with your service www.siemens-mobile.com/customercare provider for details. You will also find in the FAQ section. the current settings for the service provider on the Internet at Make the settings.
  • Page 103 Setup Fax/data End transmission End transmission with PC software Fax/data mode using a PC and/or press With the phone and a connected PC, Rec fax/data you can transmit and receive faxes and data. Appropriate software for Your service provider has given you a fax and data communication must number for telephoning and a be available on your PC and there...
  • Page 104: Security

    Setup Security Only ‚ (PIN2 or phone-code protected) ¢ ¢ Security ¢ Dialing options are limited to SIM- Select function. protected phone numbers in the Auto key lock Phonebook. If only area codes are entered, relevant phone numbers The keypad is locked automatically if can be added to these manually be- no key has been pressed for one fore dialing.
  • Page 105 Setup 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 106: Network

    Setup Network Network info The list of GSM networks currently ¢ ¢ Network available is displayed. ¢ Select function. Indicates non-authorized Line service providers (de- Æ pending on SIM card). This function is only displayed if it is supported by the service provider. Choose netwrk Two separate phone numbers must be registered on the phone.
  • Page 107: Band Selection

    Setup User group Your service provider is displayed: Display list of preferred §List§ Depending on the service provider, networks. you can create groups with this ser- vice. These can have access to inter- Create/change entry: nal (company) information, for ex- or select an existing entry, <Empty>...
  • Page 108: Accessories

    ¢ ¢ Accessories Siemens headset (see accessories). If ¢ Select function. an original Siemens headset is used the profile is automatically activated Car Kit when the headset is plugged in. Only in combination with an original Auto answer Siemens speakerphone Car Kit (see (factory default: off) accessories).
  • Page 109: My Menu

    My menu My menu Change menu Press. Press. You can replace each entry (1–10) §My menu§ with another entry from the selec- Create your own menu tion list. with frequently used functions, Select the required entry. phone numbers or Internet pages. The list of 10 entries is preset.
  • Page 110: Fast Access

    Fast access Fast access Soft keys You can assign one important phone number or function to each of the two soft keys and to number keys 2 Change through 9 (speed dial numbers). The For example, the function is Internet phone number can then be dialed or assigned to the soft key.
  • Page 111: Speed Dialing Keys

    Fast access Speed dialing keys Apply Select a stored phone number or Number keys 2 to 9 can be used as start a stored application (e.g. Inter- speed dialing numbers for fast ac- net). cess. Number key 1 is reserved for the mailbox phone number (p.
  • Page 112: Organizer

    Organizer Organizer Calendar Daily view Special displays: ¢ ¢ Calendar Description of appointment. You can enter appointments in the calendar. Time and date must be set Navigation: for the calendar to work correctly. One day forward/back. The calendar offers you three views: To the start/end of the day or next/last entry.
  • Page 113: Appointments

    Organizer Appointments Different input/selection fields are displayed depending on the type. ¢ ¢ Appointments The number of fields can be restrict- ed, see at the end of the list. Default Appointments are displayed in chro- nological order in a list. Description: Description of nature of Enter new appointment...
  • Page 114: Tasks

    Organizer Information on the alarm Alarm time: On/off Silent alert. When the set date and time are reached there is an audio and a visu- Enter the time period be- al alarm. If an alarm is missed, it ap- fore the appointment and pears in the list of missed appoint- select the time unit: ments (p.
  • Page 115: Notes

    Organizer Missed appts. Status: Select or Outstanding. Done ¢ ¢ Missed appts. Priority: Events with an alarm (Appointments, Select 5 levels from Lowest to Highest. Tasks) to which you have not reacted are listed for reading. Use date If activated with Yes, the following Organizer options time input option is offered.
  • Page 116: Dictation Mac

    Organizer Dictation mac A brief beep sounds when the recording starts. Now ¢ ¢ Dictation mac dictate the text. Use the dictating machine to record Switch between pause/ short voice memos. record. • Use your phone as a dictating ma- End recording.
  • Page 117: Time Zones

    Organizer Time zones ¢ ¢ Time zones The time zone can be selected in the world map or a city list: World map Select the desired time zone. City list Select a city in the select- ed time zone. Time zone options §Options§...
  • Page 118: Extras

    Extras Extras SIM services (optional) Set alarm call time (hh:mm). ¢ ¢ SIM services Switch to weekdays. Your service provider may offer spe- Navigate to the various cial applications such as mobile days. banking, share prices, etc. via the Display options: alarm call SIM card.
  • Page 119: Sound Recorder

    Extras Sound recorder Playback Select the desired record- Use the sound recorder to record ing. noises and sounds for use as ring- tones. The sound recorder is usually Switch between play- started from other applications/func- back/pause. tions such as assigning a ringtone. Press and hold for rapid rewind and fast forward.
  • Page 120: Calc

    Extras Calc. Calculator options §Options§ Open menu. ¢ ¢ Calc. 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 121: Stopwatch

    Currency data is available only on an converted. 'AS IS' basis without any warranty. Switch to the selection Siemens obtains currency data from field. third party sources and is not respon- sible for the timeliness, accuracy, re- Select the target mea- liability or completeness of the cur- surement unit/currency.
  • Page 122: Countdown

    If no time has been entered: phone. The data can be saved, for Open input window. example, on a company computer or the Internet e.g.: Set period of time. www.siemens-mobile.com/s65syncml Confirm. Synchronize If a countdown time is specified: The computer is selected §Sync§...
  • Page 123 Last sync: Time of the last synchronization. Providers Display the current service provider. Sync. mode • Sync data: Modified data All data Homepage: e.g. www.siemens- mobile.com/s65syncml • Sync instruction: Two-way, Device up- date Server update Port: Enter port number. e.g. 80.
  • Page 124: Media Player

    Media player Media player Melodies/video When you are viewing a picture/vid- eo or listening to a melody, the appli- The media playback offers the fol- cation starts a media playback. lowing functions for melody and Press briefly to scroll to the video playback: next media file.
  • Page 125: My Stuff

    My stuff My stuff My stuff options To organize your files, you can use the file system like a PC file manager. Open menu. §Options§ There are separate folders for the various data types in stuff. Move Place highlighted file(s) ¢...
  • Page 126: Rs Multimediacard

    My stuff Directory structure RS MultiMediaCard Separate 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 127: Mobile Phone Manager

    DRM-protected data (p. 23). have stored in your phone, add new ones, and to edit and delete them. You can compare and copy contacts between your phone, Outlook®, Lotus Notes™ and other Siemens phones (including Gigaset).
  • Page 128: Phone Explorer

    Mobile Phone Manager Bookmark management Processing pictures and photos (browser & bookmarks) (images) Use your PC to browse the Internet Picture/photo processing offers the and define your preferred sites. Save user the opportunity to conveniently Internet addresses as bookmarks on create, edit and manage pictures your phone so that you can quickly and photos.
  • Page 129: Questions & Answers

    Questions & Answers Questions & Answers If you have any questions on the use of your phone, you can contact us at www.siemens-mobile.com/customercare around the clock. As further help we have listed below some frequently asked questions and answers. Problem...
  • Page 130 Questions & Answers Problem Possible causes Possible solution No network connec- Signal weak. Move higher, to a window or an open space. tion. Outside GSM range. Check service provider's coverage area. Invalid SIM card. Notify the service provider. New network not authorized. Try manual selection or select a different net- work (p.
  • Page 131 SIM card according to the instructions. If you have lost the PUK (MASTER PIN), contact your service provider. Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 131). Service provider code No authorization for this service. Contact your service provider. error. Too few/too many Functions may have been add- Check with your service provider.
  • Page 132: Customer Care

    Ivory Coast.......... 05 02 02 59 software version (to display, press # 0 6 #, Jordan..........0 64 39 86 42 then info) and if available, your Siemens Kenya............ 2 72 37 17 Service customer number. Kuwait ........... 2 45 41 78 Latvia ............
  • Page 133 Customer Care Netherlands .........0 90 03 33 31 00 New Zealand........08 00 27 43 63 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 Philippines ........0 27 57 11 18 Poland..........08 01 30 00 30 Portugal ..........8 08 20 15 21...
  • Page 134: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Care and maintenance Your phone has been designed and • Do not use harsh chemicals, clean- crafted with great care and attention ing solvents, or strong detergents and should also be treated with care. to clean the phone! The suggestions below will help you The above suggestions apply equally to enjoy your phone for many years.
  • Page 135: Product Data

    You will need the following information if you lose your phone or SIM card: Declaration of conformity the number of the SIM card (on the card): Siemens Information and Communi- .............. cation mobile hereby declares that 15-digit serial number of the phone...
  • Page 136: Accessories

    Carry Cases Headset HHS-500 A range of carry cases is available from Simple headset without PTT key specialist stores or you can visit the Siemens Headset HHS-510 Mobile Store online at: Headset with PTT key to accept and end Siemens Original Accessories calls.
  • Page 137: Car Solutions

    Phone-In Adapter HKO-570 Mobile Holder Antenna HMH-670 Products can be obtained in specialist stores The cradle for connecting an external anten- or you can visit the Siemens Mobile Store na. Ideal for use with headset PTT or car kit online: portable.
  • Page 138: 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 139: U.s. Fda

    U.S. FDA been done to address these ques- tions, no clear picture of the biologi- cal effects of this type of radiation has emerged to date. Thus, the avail- able science does not allow us to The U.S. Food and Drug conclude that mobile phones are ab- Administration's (FDA) Center solutely safe, or that they are unsafe.
  • Page 140 U.S. FDA How much evidence is there that hand- ty of mobile phones. This research 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 141 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 142 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- sary answers to the outstanding cers by the National Cancer Institute, questions about the safety of mobile as well as the follow-up research to phones.
  • Page 143 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 144 U.S. FDA • World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): http://www.who.int/emf • United Kingdom, National Radio- logical Protection Board: http://www.nrpb.org.uk • Cellular Telecommunications In- dustry Association (CTIA): http://www.wow-com.com • U.S. Food and Drug Administra- tion (FDA) Center for devices and Radiological Health: http://www.fda.gov/cdhr/consumer/...
  • Page 145: 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 146: 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 147 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 Your wireless phone provides you a not moving or before pulling into perfect opportunity to be a "good traffic.
  • Page 148: 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 149: Sar (s65)

    FCC and available for review entific organizations through period- by Industry Canada. The highest SAR ic and thorough evaluation of scien- value for this Siemens S65 when tific studies*. The limits include a tested for use at the ear is substantial safety margin designed 0.43 W/kg***...
  • Page 150 SAR (S65) Grant section of The World Health Organization http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid (WHO, CH-1211 Geneva 27, after searching on FCC ID PWX-S65. Switzerland), on the basis of the current knowledge, does not see While there may be differences any necessity for special...
  • Page 151: 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 152 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 erwise attempt to discover the or derivative works thereof. 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 153 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 sion for ninety (90) days after You SOFTWARE WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY receive the Update in order to assist THIRD PARTY PATENTS, COPY- You in the transition to the Update.
  • Page 154 End user license agreement COVER, PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR CON- limitation. Licensor is acting on be- SEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, HOWEVER half of its software suppliers and CAUSED AND WHETHER ARISING UN- their respective employees and affili- 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 155 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 156: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree > Show entries Default book <New entry> Business card Groups Default book <Info numbers> > Call records Missed calls Calls received Calls dialed Delete records > Time/charges All calls All incom.calls All outgoing Remain. units > Charge setting Charge/Unit Charge limit...
  • Page 157 Menu tree > > Inbox Messages E-mail WAP push Retrieve email Send/receive CB services > Draft E-mail > Unsent E-mail Retrieve email Send/receive > Sent E-mail MMS template SMS archive Text modules > Msg settings Zoom in > SMS profiles SMS signature >...
  • Page 158 Menu tree > > > Msg settings E-mail Accounts Messages General sett. Help > WAP push set. Security sett. Help Voice message > CB services Receive CB > Calendar Topic list Organizer Appointments CB languages Tasks Notes Missed appts. Dictation mac Time zones Calend.
  • Page 159 Menu tree > > Display Screensaver Setup Start up anim. Shutdn anim. Greeting Large letters Illumination Contrast > Ring tones Ringer setting Silent alert > Volume Incoming call Messages Alarm clock Organizer System Calls Applications Group calls Other calls > More melodies Messages Alarm clock...
  • Page 160 Menu tree > > Phone setup Key tones Setup Info tones Automatic switch off Phone identity Memory assis. > My stuff Format Master reset Clean up Format card > Clock Time/date Eject card Time zones Date format Time format Buddhist year Show clock Auto time zone >...
  • Page 161 Menu tree > > > Security Codes PIN control Setup This SIM only Change PIN Change PIN2 Chg.phonecode > Barring All outgoing Outgo internat Out.int.x home All incoming When roaming Status check Clear all > > Network Line Select line Network info Protected Choose netwrk...
  • Page 162: Index

    Index Index Bookmarks (WAP)....80, 82 Accessories....... 135 Browser ........81 Addressbook Buddh. year ........ 96 Dial entry........ 43 Business card ......40 Groups ........44 Busy number....... 34 New entry....... 41 Read entry ......43 Calculator ......... 119 Aircraft mode ......86 Calendar ........
  • Page 163 Index Charging the battery....18 Clock.......... 96 Fast access........ 109 Color skin ........88 Fast network search ....106 Conference......... 36 Fax/data mode ......102 Connection profiles ....101 Flash........... 51 Connectivity ....... 97 Formatting (phone memory)..95 Contact list ......... 73 Formatting (SMS text)....
  • Page 164 Index Mobile Phone Manager ..... 126 Joystick ........12 MultiMediaCard ......125 Muting (microphone).... 37, 52 My items........39 Key tones ........94 My menu ........108 My stuff ........124 Language ........88 Legal notices ........ 3 Network Limit (duration/charges) ..... 49 Barring........
  • Page 165 Short message (SMS) ....54 Change........27 Shown in the display ....14 Control ........27 Shutdown animation ....89 Enter ........21 Siemens City Portal ..... 39 Error ........130 Signal strength ......23 PIN2 ........... 27 SIM card: Preferred network..... 105 Clear barring ......
  • Page 166 Index Switch on phone ......21 Symbols ........14 Synchronization ....... 121 T9 text input....... 30 Tasks........113 Technical data ......134 Text entry With T9........30 Without T9 ......29 Text module ....... 32 Themes ........87 This SIM only ......103 Time zones....22, 96, 116 Touch tones (tone sequences) ..

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