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We recommend using only Siemens Original Accessories to avoid

possible damages.

All functions of the phone are described in the enclosed detailed user

guide. In particular please observe the safety precautions which you

will find at the beginning of the guide.

Issued by

Information and Communication mobile

Haidenauplatz 1

D-81667 Munich

© Siemens AG 2001

All rights reserved. Subject to availability.

Rights of modification reserved.

Siemens Aktiengesellschaft

www.my-siemens.com

Ref.No.: A31008-H5100-A1-2-7619

*A5B00075001690*

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Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone. We wish you a lot of enjoyment

and pleasure with it.

If you read through the user guide carefully, you will get to know all the functions

of the phone. In particular, please observe the safety precautions (p. 3)

and PIN/security (p. 9).

The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit Covers) can be changed in a

matter of seconds - no tools required:

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Your phone’s display is delivered with a protective film. Remove this film before

getting started. In rare cases the static charge created by removing this

film may cause discoloration at the edges of the display. However, this will

disappear within 10 minutes.


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Setup ...................................... 29

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Setup ..................................... 32

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access depends on the service provider

currently used:

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made by your service provider you

may begin immediately.

If access profiles have already

been assigned by your service

provider select a profile and activate

it (p. 33).

The access profile must be set

and activated manually.

If necessary, check with your service

provider for details.

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profiles (may be barred by your service

provider). The entries and functions

may vary depending on your

service provider. You can change a

profile each time before accessing

the Internet (p. 33).

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by the service provider!):

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Internet addresses (URLs) in the

phone depending on the service provider:

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bookmark.

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URL and confirm.

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the stored bookmark in the list and

confirm. The connection is established.


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Most service providers offer you an

external answering service. In this

mailbox, a caller may leave a voice

message for you

if your phone is switched off or not

ready to receive,

if you do not want to answer,

if you are making a phone call (and

if &DOO ZDLWLQJ LV not active, (p. 12)).

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your service provider's user package,

you will need to register and the

settings must be made manually.

The following description may vary

slightly depending on the service

provider.

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with two numbers:

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to the voice mails left for you. To

set it up:

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with g2.g.

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number. To set it up:

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after some seconds.

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see (p. 40).

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Some service providers offer information

services (info channels) such

as area codes, stock markets etc.

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on the service provider. If reception

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All unread CB messages are displayed.

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line by line.

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You can add an unrestricted number

of topics to this personal list from

the topic index (see "Topic retrieval",

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with their channel number (ID) and, if

necessary, name. Five topics can be

active at one time.

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transmitted, select a topic and

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can have a look at it, activate/deactivate

it, edit it and delete it.

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mode, longer messages are automatically

scrolled.

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all messages or only new messages

or deactivated entirely.

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The list of the topics currently provided

by your service provider is displayed

for you to choose from.

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the channel numbers (ID) manually

(see “Topic list”, (p. 36)). Please contact

your service provider for details.

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You can define whether you want to

receive Cell Broadcast messages only

in a specific language or in all

languages.

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SIM card.

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name will appear at the top of the

main menu or directly above the left

soft key.

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they are displayed in the “SIM services”

menu.

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With the SIM services menu, your

phone is ready for the future and will

support additions to your service

provider’s user package. For further

information, please contact your

service provider.


Your phone stores the phone numbers

of calls for convenient redialling.

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list and select the

number there.

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or

& view information on the

phone number:

date, time, number

of calls.

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have not answered are recorded for

call back purposes.

Requirement:

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you dialled.

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deleted.

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speak, as well as setting a unit limit

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settings, you can display the call

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call types or you can display the

credit balance.

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period after which the phone is

blocked for outgoing calls.

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units and confirm

with g2. .

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counter. The display of Prepaid cards

may vary depending on the service

provider.

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units are displayed.

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unit, the costs incurred are

displayed.

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displayed after each call.


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calls are diverted to your mailbox or

other numbers.

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is:

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with:

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setting is confirmed by

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intervals.

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An alarm will remind you of the birthday

twice:

24 hours before the start date of

the birthday as entered,

Directly on the birthday with the

following options:

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VWDQGDUG �KDQJHDEOH WH[W

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If an alarm is missed (e.g. because

you are making a phone call) it appears

in the list of missed appointments

(p. 38) with the same options

as described above.


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Î then select a function

1RWHV

T9 support makes writing memos,

e.g. shopping lists, easier for you

(p. 27). Protect confidential data with

the phone code (p. 62).

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1HZ HQWU\! Select.

$ Enter the text.

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6DYH Store the entry.

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Î then select a function

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g2SWLRQVg Open menu.

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(GLW HQWU\ 'LVSOD\ WKH HQWU\ IRU �KDQJHV

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Use this function to set D VLQJOH time

for the alarm call. The alarm sounds

even when the phone is switched

off.

g2Q RIIg Switch the alarm on

and off.

g(GLWg Display the set time and

date for the alarm call.

g7LPHg Set the time for the alarm

call (hh:mm:ss).

g'D\Vg Set the days for the alarm

call with g(GLWg.

0LVVHG DODUPV

Appointments with alarm which you

have missed are listed and can be

displayed.


g0HQXg Î *HW LQ WRX�K Î &OR�N

7LPH GDWH

The clock must be set correctly once

at start-up.

g(GLWg Press.

& First date

(day/month/year),

then time (24 hours including

seconds).

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S

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Setting of the date format:

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g0HQXg Î 6XUI IXQ Î *DPHV

Î %DWWOH0DLO

BattleMail Kung-Fu is an action

game where you must defeat an enemy

by combining attacking and defending

moves.

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You are playing against the “phone

enemy”. Registration is not needed

for this.

First select one of five warriors

which are to fight for you. Now set 6

attack and 6 defence moves each.

See “Key control” below.

g6WDUWg Press. The battle begins

and is shown on the

display.

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Provides information on how to play

the game.

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5HWXUQ 6HOH�W

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The attack and defence moves can

be executed in three directions:

Confirm move.

&

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1RWH

Select attack/defence.

Retract one move.

BattleMail Kung-Fu will soon be offered

by many service providers in a

multiplayer version to be played

worldwide via SMS and/or e-mail.

Your phone must be enabled (registered)

to use this play mode. Get the

relevant information from the Internet

under:

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g0HQXg Î 6XUI IXQ Î *DPHV

Î Select game

Select a game from the list and have

fun!

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You will find special instructions for

each game in the option menu.

g2SWLRQVg Provides tips on how to

play the game, shows

the saved scores and allows

you to set the level

of difficulty.

g6WDUWg Start game.

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use the keys

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and

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Î 6HWXS

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You can activate and deactivate the

following functions for the games:

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You can switch the sounds for the

games on and off.

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You can switch off the display illumination

to increase standby time.

6LOHQW DOHUW

You can switch the silent alert for the

games on and off.


If a profile is used, several settings

are made with RQH function.

Five profiles are standard with default

settings, they can be

changed however:

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1RLV\ HQYLURQ &DU .LW +HDGVHW

You may set two personal profiles

individually:

3URILO 3URILO

The special profile 1R DODUP is fixed

and cannot be changed (p. 53).

If the phone is used by several people,

they can each activate their own

settings by selecting their personal

profile.

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g0HQXg Î 3URILOHV

( Select default profile or a

personal profile.

g$�WLYDWHg Activate the profile.

n 1RUPDO HQYL

m 4XLHW HQYLURQ

n 1RLV\ HQYLURQ

$�WLYDWH 2SWLRQV

m Highlights the active

profile.

3URILOHV

6HWXS

Edit a default profile or create a new

personal profile:

( Select profile.

g2SWLRQVg Open menu.

&KDQJH VHWWLQJV Select.

The list of available functions is

displayed:

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9ROXPH S

0HORGLHV S

6LOHQW DOHUW S

&DOO V�UHHQLQJ S

,QIRUPDWLRQ WRQHV S

.H\ WRQHV S

%LWPDS VW\OH S

%LJ OHWWHUV S

,OOXPLQDWLRQ S

When you have finished setting a

function you return to the profile

menu where you can change a further

setting.

3URILOHV 0HQX

g2SWLRQVg Open menu.

$�WLYDWH $�WLYDWH SURILOH

&KDQJH VHW

WLQJV

&KDQJH SURILOH VHWWLQJV

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SURILOH


g0HQXg Î 3URILOHV

Î select a function:

&DU .LW

If an original Siemens Car Kit is used

the profile is activated automatically

as soon as the phone is inserted into

the cradle (see also p. 66).

+HDGVHW

If an original Siemens Headset is

used the profile is activated automatically

as soon as the headset is

plugged in (see also p. 66).

3URILOHV

1R DODUP

All alarms are deactivated.

It is QRW SRVVLEOH to modify this profile.

The phone will be switched off

when you select this profile.

In this status, alarms are QRW indicated

by the ringer or trembler

alarm.

$�WLYDWH

g0HQXg Î 3URILOHV

( Select 1R DODUP.

g$�WLYDWHg Activate the profile.

Profile selection must be

confirmed.

- Then switch off the

phone, otherwise the

phone switches itself

off automatically after

30 seconds.

1RUPDO RSHUDWLRQ

The next time you switch on the

phone and return to normal operation

the default profile 1RUPDO HQYL

will be activated.


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Create your own menu with frequently

used functions, phone numbers

or WAP pages.

The list of 10 entries available is preset,

however you can change it according

to your wishes.

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& 3UHVV WKHQ

' ... press WZL�H

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( Select the required entry.

g6HOH�Wg Press.

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QXPEHU \RX �DQ DOVR �DOO LW

ZLWK WKH &DOO NH\

0\ 0HQX

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You can replace each preset entry (1-

10) with another entry from the selection

list of 0\ 0HQX.

( Select the required entry.

g2SWLRQVg Press.

g(GLWg Press.

( Select the new entry in

the list of your favourites.

g6HWg Press.

If you have selected a phone number

or a WAP favourite as a new entry,

the relevant application opens to

choose from.

5HVHW

After confirmation and after entering

the phone code, the default entries

are set.


The left soft key and the keys 2 to 9

(speed dialling numbers) can each be

assigned an important phone

number or a function. The phone

number can then be dialled or the

function can be started at the touch

of a button.

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Key assignments available:

Internet .............................. (p. 30)

Phone number ................... (p. 16)

Alarm clock ........................(p. 48)

New SMS ..........................(p. 25)

Illumination ........................(p. 60)

Hide ID...............................(p. 65)

Games ...............................(p. 50)

Missed calls.......................(p. 38)

Calls received.....................(p. 38)

Inbox (SMS) .....................(p. 24)

Outbox (SMS) ....................(p. 24)

My Menu ...........................(p. 54)

Call screening ....................(p. 57)

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/HIW VRIW NH\

The OHIW soft key can be used for fast

access.

(GLW

g,QWHUQHWg Press EULHIO\.

g(GLWg Scroll to the application in

the list.

Assign the new application (e.g.

1HZ 606) to the soft key.

Special case 3KRQH QXPEHU. Pick

out a name from the Phonebook

(e.g. “Carol”) to assign to the

soft key.

g6HOH�Wg Confirm setting.

$SSO\

;

6HUYL�H SURYLGHU

,QWHUQHW 0HQX

The setting “Carol” is used here only

as an example.

g&DUROg Hold GRZQ.


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Digit keys 2 to 9 can be used as

speed dialling numbers for fast

access. For available key assignments,

see S .

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PDLOER[ QXPEHU S

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In standby mode:

$ Press digit key (2-9). If

the key is not assigned:

g6HWg Press.

RU

g606g press EULHIO\ (if assigned

with e.g. ´ 606 µ).

g(GLWg Scroll to application in the

list.

Special case SKRQH QXP

EHU. Select a name from

the Phonebook for assignment

to the key.

Special case ,QWHUQHW.

Scroll to an URL in the

bookmark list for assignment

to the key.

g6HOH�Wg Confirm setting.

)DVW D��HVV NH\

$SSO\

Select a stored phone number or

start a stored application (e.g.

Games).

In standby mode:

Press.

The assignment of digit key 2 is displayed

instead of the left soft key,

e.g.:

g606g hold GRZQ

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hold GRZQ.


You can set the tones that sound in

specific situations to suit your particular

tastes.

g0HQXg Î $XGLR

Î select a function:

5LQJHU VHWWLQJ

Activate/deactivate the ringer or reduce

it to a short beep.

Beep is active

9ROXPH

Ringer is deactivated.

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ZLWK

+ROG GRZQ

( Select the range:

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&DOOV

*URXS �DOOV

$SSRLQWPHQWV

0HVVDJHV

&HOO EURDG�DVW VHUYL�HV

Set volume.

g2.g Confirm.

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,I WZR VHSDUDWH SKRQH QXPEHUV DUH UHJLV

WHUHG IRU \RXU SKRQH \RX �DQ VHW GLIIHUHQW

YROXPHV IRU WKHP S

$XGLR

6LOHQW DOHUW

To avoid acoustic interference by the

ringer, you can activate the trembler

instead. It can also be active in addition

to the ringer (e.g. in noisy environments).

The trembler is deactivated

when the phone is inserted into

the desktop charger or into the

Car Kit.

&DOO V�UHHQLQJ

Only calls from numbers that are in

the Phonebook are signalled audibly

or by the trembler. Any other calls

are merely displayed.

If you do not accept these calls they

are diverted to your mailbox (if set,

(p. 40)).

Display when activated.

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Set service and alarm tones:

g6HOH�Wg On or Off.

(GLW On and Extended.

.H\ WRQHV

Set the the acoustic key tone:

&OL�N or 7RQH or 6LOHQW

U


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During a call you hear a beep after

every minute as a reminder of the

time elapsed.

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You can choose from 20 stored melodies

and four individual melodies

that are loaded (,QGLYLGXDO to ).

( Select the type:

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&DOOV

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$SSRLQWPHQWV

0HVVDJHV

&HOO EURDG�DVW VHUYL�HV

0HO PDQDJHU VHH EHORZ

( Select the melody.

g2.g Confirm.

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'DWD /LQN IURP \RXU 3& S

0HORG\ 0DQDJHU

You can use this function to manage

your melodies.

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g0HQXg Î $XGLR Î 0HORGLHV

Î 0HORG\ 0DQDJHU

g/RDGg Select.

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Select memory location

,QGLYLGXDO to .

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g6HOH�Wg Load melody to the

buffer.

g3OD\g Play melody.

5H�HLYH DQG VDYH PHORGLHV

A melody is transferred to the buffer

via SMS/WAP. When a melody has

been received an icon appears above

the left soft key. Press this key to

start the melody manager.

A loaded melody must be stored on

,QGLYLGXDO to for later use:

g2SWLRQVg Open menu.

Select memory location

,QGLYLGXDO to .

g6DYHg Store melody.

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0HORG\ 0DQDJHU 0HQX

g2SWLRQVg Open menu.

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6DYH 6WRUH PHORG\ RQ WKH PHPRU\ OR

�DWLRQ ,QGLYLGXDO WR

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WR

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WR

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g0HQXg Î 6HWXS Î 'HYL�H

Î Select a function.

/DQJXDJH

Set the language of the display texts.

When “automatic” is set the language

of your service provider is

used. If a language that you do not

understand happens to be set, the

phone can be reset to the language

of your service provider with the following

input:

'LVSOD\

6�UHHQVDYHU

The Screensaver shows a graphic after

a period of time which the user

can set. It protects the phone against

unauthourised use (p. 60), like the

key lock. An incoming call or a long

press on and confirmation with

g2.g will end the function.

You have the following options:

Activate/deactivate the function.

Set style: Graphic, analogue clock

Load graphic via %LWPDS YLHZHU.

Test Screensaver.

Set period after which the Screensaver

starts.

Activate password query as a security

setting.

6HWXS

%LWPDS YLHZHU

A graphic can be transmitted to the

Bitmap viewer via SMS from a provider

or downloaded via WAP.

Show stored graphic

%LWPDS YLHZHU Open.

g/RDGg Select 6�UHHQVDYHU or

/RJR.

g6HOH�Wg Graphic is shown.

Receive graphic

A received graphic is indicated by a

symbol above the left soft key. By

pressing this key, the Bitmap viewer

is started and the graphic is displayed.

Store graphic

Store current graphic in the Bitmap

viewer:

g6DYHg Select 6�UHHQVDYHU or /RJR.

%LWPDS YLHZHU 0HQX

g2SWLRQVg Open menu.

6DYH DV 6WRUH WKH �XUUHQW JUDSKL� RQ RQH

RI WKH VWRUDJH OR�DWLRQV

/RDG /RDG JUDSKL� WR WKH %LWPDS

YLHZHU

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GLV�DUGHG

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VDYHU RU /RJR

6HQG YLD 6HQG JUDSKL� YLD 606

606


g0HQXg Î 6HWXS Î 'HYL�H

Î Select a function.

(Display continued)

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The display illumination can be

switched on and off (this affects the

standby time).

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You can choose between two font

sizes for the display.

%LWPDS VW\OH

Select between two animations that

are shown in different situations, e.g.

when entering a PIN.

2ZQ JUHHWLQJ

The greeting is displayed when you

switch on the phone.

g(GLWg Activate/deactivate.

$ Delete old message and

compose new message.

g2.g Confirm changes.

&RQWUDVW

Setting of the display contrast.

6HWXS

.H\V

$Q\ NH\ WR DQVZHU

You can press any key to accept an

incoming call (except -).

$XWR NH\ OR�N

The automatic key lock activates automatically

when no key has been

pressed for one minute. This prevents

unintentional activation of the

phone key, however you still remain

reachable and can make an emergency

call.

The keypad can also be directly

locked and unlocked.

As follows:

Hold down.

g2.g Confirm (switching off

only).

.H\ WRQHV

Set the type of acoustic key tone:

&OL�N or 7RQH or 6LOHQW


g0HQXg Î 6HWXS Î 'HYL�H

Î Select a function.

6WDWXV

)D�WRU\ VHWWLQJV

The phone is reset to the default values

(does not apply to SIM card and

network settings).

3KRQH LGHQWLW\

The phone identity number (IMEI) is

displayed. This information can be

helpful for customer service.

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When this function is active, network

reconnection is speeded up

(standby time is reduced).

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7 SUHIHUUHG

Activate intelligent text entry or deactivate

it.

7 ODQJXDJH

Select language in which the message

is to be composed.

6HWXS


6H�XULW\

The phone and SIM card are protected

against misuse by several security

codes and should be treated with

the same care as a cheque guarantee

card.

g0HQXg Î 6HWXS Î 6H�XULW\

Î select a function:

&RGHV

3,1 �RQWURO &KDQJH 3,1 &KDQJH 3,1

&KDQJH SKRQH�RGH

(p. 9)

%DE\VLWWHU

3KRQH�RGH SURWH�WHG

Only RQH number can be dialled. Hold

GRZQ the right soft key on the outside

right (p. 15).

$OORZ RQO\

3,1 3KRQH�RGH SURWH�WHG

Dialling is restricted to the numbers

in the Phonebook, new numbers are

not available. If only area codes are

entered, the relevant phone numbers

can be added to these manually

before dialling.

Depending on whether the Phonebook

is stored on the SIM card or in

the phone, the PIN 2 or the phone

code is requested before changes

can be made.

6HWXS

2QO\

3,1 SURWH�WHG

The dialling options are restricted to

SIM protected phone numbers. If

only area codes are entered, the relevant

phone numbers can be added

to these manually before dialling.

/DVW RQO\

3KRQH�RGH SURWH�WHG

Calls are limited to the call list (p. 38)

of “dialled numbers”. This list can be

filled with phone numbers specifically

for this purpose:

First delete the call list, then create

“new entries” by dialling phone

numbers and cancelling before the

connection is established.

7KLV 6,0 RQO\

3KRQH�RGH SURWH�WHG

Your phone is prevented from being

operated with a different SIM card.


1HWZRUN

g0HQXg Î 6HWXS Î 1HWZRUN Î

select a function:

This function is only displayed if it is

supported by your service provider.

7ZR LQGHSHQGHQW phone numbers

must be registered on the phone.

6HOH�W

Select the currently used phone

number.

Display the active phone

number.

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SKRQH QXPEHU H J PHORG\ �DOO GLYHUW HW�

6ZLW�K WR WKH UHTXLUHG SKRQH QXPEHU ILUVW

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PRGH

3UHVV

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3KRQH�RGH SURWH�WHG

You may limit usage to one phone

number.

6HWXS

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The list of GSM networks currently

available is shown.

B Indicates forbidden service

providers (depending

on SIM card).

&KRRVH QHWZRUN

The network search is restarted. This

is useful if you are QRW on your home

network or want to register on a GLI

IHUHQW network. The network info list

is rebuilt.

$XWR QHWZRUN

Activate or deactivate, see also

“&KRRVH QHWZRUN” above.

If "Automatic network" is activated,

the next network is dialled in the order

of your "preferred service providers".

Otherwise a different network

can be selected manually from the

list of available GSM networks.

1HW RSHUDWRU

A list of all known GSM Networks

worldwide is displayed with the current

codes.

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Q

Select either GSM 900 and

GSM 1800.


g0HQXg Î 6HWXS Î 1HWZRUN

Î select a function:

3UHIHUUHG QHWZRUN

The service providers you prefer after

your home service provider are

displayed in this list (e.g. if there are

several service providers that differ

in price).

When this function is activated, the

list of your service provider is displayed

first. You can edit it as

required:

g/LVWg Display list of preferred

networks.

Create new entry:

1HZ HQWU\ Select,

then scroll to an entry in the list of

the service providers and confirm.

Change/delete old entry:

Select existing entry and delete it or

select an entry from the list of networks

and confirm.

%DUULQJV

Barring restricts the use of your SIM

card (not supported by all service

providers). You need a 4 digit password

that your service provider supplies

you. You may need to be registered

separately for each barring.

6HWXS

Q

2XWJR D��HVV

All outgoing calls except emergency

number 112 are barred.

2XWJR LQWHUQDW

Only national calls can be made.

2XW LQW [ KRPH

International calls are not permitted.

However you can make calls to your

home country when abroad.

$OO LQ�RPLQJ

The phone is barred for all incoming

calls (the forwarding of all calls to the

mailbox offers a similar effect).

:KHQ URDPLQJ

You do not receive calls when you

are outside your home network. This

means that no charges are incurred

for incoming calls.

6WDWXV �KH�N

The following info can be displayed

after a status check:

6 Barring set.

7 Barring not set.

"

Status unknown (e.g.

new SIM card).

&OHDU DOO

All barrings are cleared.


8VHU JURXS

g0HQXg Î 6HWXS

Î 8VHU JURXS

If offered by the service provider, this

service enables groups to be

formed. These have access for example

to internal (company) information

or special tariffs apply to them.

Check with your service provider for

details.

8VHU JURXS

Activate or deactivate the function.

“User group ” must be deactivated

for normal use of the phone (phone

code, (p. 62)).

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You may select or add groups other

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groups.

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be switched on. enough.

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error”

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Standby time Frequent use of the organiser and Restrict use if necessary.

too short. games.

Speed search active. Deactivate speed search (p. 61).

Display illumination on. Switch off display illumination (p. 60).

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Activate key lock (p. 60).

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them if necessary, then insert battery again.

No mains voltage. Plug in to a different socket or check voltage.

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SIM error. SIM card not correctly inserted. Make sure that the SIM card is correctly inserted (p. 6).

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(p. 63).

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network.

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(p. 63). Switching the phone on and off may speed

this up.

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Charge limit reached. Reset limit with PIN 2 (p. 62).

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Check barrings (p. 63).

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service.

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phone.

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the SIM according to the instructions. If

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service provider.

Phone code error. Three wrong entries. Contact Siemens Service (p. 72).

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menu entries. moved by the service provider via the

SIM card.

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Argentina .......... Siemens............. 0 80 08 88 98 78

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Bahrain.............. Siemens.......................... 40 42 34

Bangladesh....... Siemens.................. 0 17 52 74 47

Belgium ............. Siemens.................. 0 78 15 22 21

Brunei................ incomm ..................... 02 43 08 01

Bulgaria............. Omnitel ...................... 02 73 94 88

Cambodia.......... Siemens..................... 12 80 05 00

Canada.............. Siemens............. 1 88 87 77 02 11

China................. Siemens............. 0 21 50 31 81 49

Croatia .............. Siemens.................. 0 16 10 53 81

Czech Republic.. Siemens................ 02 33 03 27 27

Denmark* ......... Siemens..................... 35 25 86 00

Dubai*............... Siemens.................. 0 43 96 64 33

Egypt ................. Siemens.................. 0 23 33 41 11

Estonia .............. Siemens....................... 6 30 47 35

Finland*............. Siemens................ 09 22 94 37 00

France* ............. Siemens................ 01 56 38 42 00

Germany*, ** ... Siemens............. 0 18 05 33 32 26

Greece............... Siemens.................. 0 16 86 43 89

Hong Kong ........ Siemens..................... 22 58 36 36

Hungary ............ Siemens................ 06 14 71 24 44

Iceland .............. Smith & Norland.......... 5 11 30 00

India .................. Siemens................ 01 16 92 39 88

Indonesia .......... Dian Graha Elektr. 02 14 61 50 81

Ireland*............. Siemens................ 18 50 77 72 77

Italy ................... Siemens................ 02 66 76 44 00

Ivory Coast ........ Siemens..................... 80 00 03 33

Jordan............... Siemens.................. 0 64 39 86 42

Kuwait............... NGEECO....................... 2 45 41 78

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Luxembourg.......Siemens ................... 43 84 33 99

Malaysia............Siemens ............... 03 79 52 51 84

Malta .................Siemens ..... 00 35 32 14 94 06 32

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Morocco ............Setel S.A. .................. 22 66 92 32

Netherlands*.....Siemens ............ 0 90 03 33 31 00

Norway*............Siemens .................... 22 70 84 00

Oman .................Siemens ........................ 79 10 12

Pakistan.............Siemens ............... 02 15 66 22 00

Philippines .........Siemens .................... 28 14 98 88

Poland................Siemens ............... 08 00 22 09 90

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Qatar..................Siemens .................... 04 32 20 10

Russia................Siemens ............... 09 57 37 29 51

Saudi Arabia......Siemens ................. 0 22 26 00 43

Sharjah ..............Siemens ................. 0 65 33 66 42

Singapore ..........Siemens ...................... 8 45 48 18

Slovak Republic .Siemens ............... 07 59 68 22 66

Slovenia.............Siemens ................. 0 14 74 63 36

South Africa.......Siemens ............... 08 60 10 11 57

Spain .................Siemens ................. 9 02 11 50 61

Sweden* ...........Siemens ................. 0 87 50 99 11

Switzerland........Siemens ................. 0 12 12 00 90

Taiwan...............Siemens ............... 02 25 18 65 04

Thailand.............Siemens ................. 0 27 15 51 00

Tunisia ...............Siemens .................... 01 86 19 02

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SURE TO RADIO WAVES.

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(RF) energy

recommended by The Council of the

European Union. These limits are

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phones employs a unit of measurement

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bands. Although the SAR is

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the phone while operating can be

well below the maximum value. This

is because the phone is designed to

operate at multiple power levels so

as to use only the power required to

reach the network. In general, the

closer you are to a base station antenna,

the lower the power output.

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one essential requirement the protection

of the health and the safety

for the user and any other person.

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phone C45 when tested for compliance

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TO RADIO WAVES.

Your mobile phone C45 is a radio

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and manufactured not to exceed

the limits for exposure to radio

frequency (RF) recommended by international

guidelines (ICNIRP).

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phones employs a unit of measurement

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in the international guidelines is

2.0 W/kg*. Tests for SAR are conducted

using standard operating positions

with the phone transmitting

at its highest certified power level in

all tested frequency bands. Although

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certified power level, the actual SAR

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various positions, they all meet the

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Accessories ......................... 74, 75

Alarm clock ................................ 48

Alarms missed ........................... 48

Answering service (external) ..... 35

Appointments ............................ 45

Auto answer (in the car) ............ 66

Auto redial ................................. 11

%

Babysitter .................................. 15

Band selection ........................... 63

BattleMail Kung-Fu ................. 50

Beep, ringer ............................... 57

Big letters .................................. 60

Birthdays ................................... 46

Bitmap viewer ........................... 59

Bitmap, load .............................. 59

Browser (WAP) .......................... 31

&

Calender .................................... 45

Call

accept/end ............................. 10

charges .................................. 39

holding ................................... 13

menu ..................................... 14

not possible ............................. 8

reject ...................................... 12

several simultaneously .......... 12

Call back .................................... 11

Call divert ................................... 40

Call lists ..................................... 38

Call screening ............................ 57

Call to group .............................. 42

Call transfer ............................... 13

Calling faces .............................. 22

Calling symbol ........................... 22

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Calls dialled (call list) .................. 38

Calls missed (call list) ................. 38

Calls received ............................ 38

Car kit (profiles) .......................... 53

Car kit accessories ..................... 66

Car solutions .............................. 75

CB services ................................ 36

Charge display ........................... 39

Charging (battery) ........................ 7

CLIPit Covers ...................... 1, 74

Clock .......................................... 49

Conceal ID ................................. 65

Conference ................................ 13

Confidential numbers ............ 9, 62

Connection (2nd phone number) 63

Connection, select ..................... 63

Contrast (display) ....................... 60

Control codes (DTMF) ......... 14, 21

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Date, set .................................... 49

Display

big letters ............................... 60

contrast .................................. 60

settings .................................. 59

Display symbols ......................... 68

Divert ......................................... 40

DTMF tones ............................... 14

DTMF tones (control code)

store ....................................... 21

(

E-mail via SMS ........................... 29

Emergency call ............................ 8

)

Factory settings ......................... 61

Fast access ................................ 55

Fast search (network) ................ 61


Favorites .................................... 54

Fax via SMS ............................... 29

Fax/data mode ........................... 67

Fontsize ..................................... 31

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Games ....................................... 51

Games (Battle Mail) ................... 50

Gehäuseschale .......................... 74

Getting started ............................ 6

Greeting ..................................... 60

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Handset volume ........................ 12

Headset ..................................... 66

Holding a call ............................. 13

Home network .......................... 63

,

IMEI number .............................. 61

Information services (CB) .......... 36

Information tones ...................... 57

International prefix ..................... 10

Internet (WAP) ........................... 30

.

Key lock ..................................... 60

Key tone .............................. 57, 60

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Language (display) ..................... 59

Limit (charge) ............................. 39

Loss of phone, SIM card ........... 73

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Mailbox ...................................... 35

Maintenance of the phone ........ 73

Melodies .................................... 58

Melody Manager ....................... 58

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Menu

control ...................................... 5

speed dialling ......................... 56

Message (SMS) ......................... 23

Microphone off .................... 14, 43

1

Network

fast search ............................. 61

settings .................................. 63

Notes ......................................... 47

2

Outbox (SMS) ............................ 24

Own numbers ............................ 16

3

Phone identity number (IMEI) .... 61

Phone memory .......................... 20

Phonebook

call entry ................................ 18

group ...................................... 19

input aid ................................. 16

insert picture .......................... 22

new entry ............................... 16

store control code (DTMF) ..... 21

Phonecode ................................... 9

Picture & sound ......................... 26

PIN

ändern .................................... 62

change ..................................... 9

enter ........................................ 8

error ....................................... 71

PIN 2 ............................................ 9

Prefix ......................................... 10

Prevent new SIM ....................... 62

Profiles ....................................... 52

PUK .............................................. 9


5

Record number .......................... 21

Redial ......................................... 11

Reminder ................................... 11

Ringer

deactivate .............................. 57

setting .................................... 57

6

Safety precautions ....................... 3

SAR ........................................... 76

Second phone number .............. 63

Security ................................. 9, 62

Service centre ........................... 29

Siemens Service ........................ 72

Silent alert ................................. 57

SIM services .......................... 8, 37

SMS

capacity ............................ 24, 45

delivery confirmation ............. 24

insert picture .................... 25, 26

setup ...................................... 29

status report .......................... 29

T9 input ............................ 25, 47

to group ................................. 42

Soft keys

function .................................... 5

set .......................................... 55

SOS ............................................. 8

Special characters ............... 17, 27

Speech/fax ................................. 67

Speed dialling numbers ............. 56

Standby mode ............................. 8

Standby time ............................... 7

Swapping ................................... 12

Switching off phone .................... 8

automatically .......................... 49

Switching on phone ..................... 8

Symbols ..................................... 68

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activate, deactivate .......... 25, 47

text entry ............................... 27

Technical data ............................ 73

Text entry ............................ 17, 27

Text message ............................ 23

Text message (SMS) ................. 23

Time/charge ............................... 39

Time/date ................................... 49

Timezones ................................. 49

Topic list (CB) ............................. 36

Troubleshooting ......................... 69

8

Uppercase and lowercase ... 17, 27

User group (network) ................. 65

9

Validity period (SMS) ................. 29

Voice message .......................... 35

Volume (ringer) .......................... 57

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WAP

Internet access ...................... 30

profiles ................................... 32

setup ...................................... 32

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