Siemens A35 user manual

User manual for the device Siemens A35

Device: Siemens A35
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Date of adding : 2014-07-15 14:02:43
Number of pages: 43
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12.02.2001 b35n_bIVZ.fm A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 1 Contents Overview ............................................. 2 CB Cell Broadcast ............................. 20 CB Setup ........................................ 20 Safety................................................... 3 Reading Introduction ........................................ 4 Cell Broadcast Messages............... 20 Icons Used ....................................... 4 Voice Mail ................................

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abc def ghi jkl mno pqrs tuv wxyz 8 9 0 01.03.2001 B35_01_over.fm A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 2 Overview Battery level Reception strength Menu Navigation key Set the telephone and network functions. Scroll through menus and lists. Open the Phonebook in Softkey   standby. Execute the function Adjust volume during call. shown on the display 17:35 [Menu] (see note below). Call key On, Off, Disconnect key Answer calls. • Long press: Dial displayed number or

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 3 Safety All radio transmitters are subject to restrictions such as: Please note: Switch off in hospitals and Neither the phone nor the in the vicinity of medical battery may be opened un- electronic devices, e.g. der any circumstances. pacemakers or hearing aids. While driving: We recommend you use Do not hold the phone in only Original Siemens bat- your hand teries and charging devices. (Accessories,  p. 35). Otherwise cons

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 4 Introduction Icons Used Icons on the Display The following icons appear in the User The most important display icons: Guide: Status/Events Use the keypad to write  Local network area numbers or letters. New text message, new voice mail,  Navigation key new missed call. To scroll, press the key at All calls diverted.  the right or left as indicated. Ringer off Use the softkey for the func-  tion disp

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 5 Menu Control Step 5: Confirm selection Example: Setting the Language in standby Select the Language sub- menu item with the  Step 1: Open the menu key. Press  to call up the   [Menu]. Language   [Select] 11:35 [Menu] Step 6: Open the menu Select the Language sub- Step 2: Scroll through menu menu item with the  key.  Use the key to scroll  between the main menu   items (e.g. to Setup).

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 6 Getting Started  Turn the card and holder over (the 1. Insert SIM Card SIM card contacts are face down) and insert into the device as indicat- Your service provider will supply you ed by the arrow. with a SIM card, which stores informa- tion regarding your connection and bill- ing details. "Care of Your SIM Card",  p. 34. Older SIM cards are only compatible if they are 3 V mini SIM cards. Contact your service provider if

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abc def ghi jkl mno pqrs tuv 9 wxyz 8 0 01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 7 Getting Started To Charge the Battery: 3. Switch Telephone On Your new battery will not be fully Hold down to switch on. charged: If Insert SIM Card is displayed, check  Insert the plug ot the charger into that the SIM card is correctly inserted the socket in the phone ( p. 32). (see illustration below).  Plug the charging unit into the mains 4. Emergency Call power socket (firs

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 8 Getting Started 6. Standby Mode 7. Switch Telephone Off If the name of the network provider is Hold down displayed, the telephone is on standby: (in standby mode). X  11:35 [Menu] You can now make calls, answer calls and use the other telephone functions. If the Date/Time function is on ( p. 27), you will see the time dis- played. Strong reception signal. ! If the signal is weak, call quality or conti

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 9 Making Calls Dialling with the Keypad International Number The telephone must be switched on An international number comprises the (standby). international prefix, the country code (e.g. 49 for Germany) and the national Always enter the number  number (often without the first digit): with the area code (where Hold down until "+" appears. applicable with the interna- # tional code). Enter the country code and  number. 

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 10 Making Calls  Redialling Answering Calls The last numbers dialled are stored In certain cases, the caller’s name or (max. ten, depending on your SIM number is displayed ( p. 11). card).  Press.  Press. Unwanted Calls A list is opened of the last numbers dialled. You can reject unwanted calls. If you Scroll to the required receive a call:  number. Press. The caller hears the  Press. The number dis- busy tone. played

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 11 Phonebook You can enter frequently dialled num- Writing Names bers along with the associated names Press the digit keys repeatedly until in the Phonebook, enabling you to dial the character you want appears. The quickly and without errors. cursor advances after a short delay. If caller number transmission is activat- Press once briefly for A, ed, the name of the caller is shown on $ twice for B, etc. the display, providing

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 12 Phonebook New Entry Calling from Phonebook [Menu]  Phonebook  You can access the Phonebook directly from standby mode ( p. 5): Always enter the number  with the area code. Press to open the Phone-  For frequent travel abroad, book. enter the international code ( p. 9). Select a name by entering / the first letter and/or [OK] Confirm entry. scrolling.  Enter the name.   [OK] Confirm entry. Ann Andre

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 13 Phonebook Information Numbers  Saving the Tone Your service provider can equip your Sequence SIM card with information numbers. These numbers can be stored together You can save your numbers in your in directories (e.g. hotels, weather). Phonebook together with tone se- The numbers or directories are auto- quences (digits), e.g. for remote reply matically available as entries in the of an answering machine. Phonebook.

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 14 Fast access dialling To accelerate dialling, you can define Next Speed Dialling Number speed dialling numbers for the entries in your Phonebook. You can use the   digit keys 2 - 9 for this purpose. 3 The number for checking the mailbox [Ann An...] is assigned to the digit key &. Press . Assigning Speed Dialling   Numbers Ann Andrews This is how to allocate a speed dialling number (in this case 3): < 3 > [Reset] ' Pres

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 15 During a Call Changing the Volume Rejecting Calls You can set the handset volume while You can reject a new call: a call is in progress. There are Press. five volume settings. If you have activated Divert to the mail-   box, then the call is diverted. 0172987654321  Conducting  [Menu] a Second Call  Press to change the volume. You are on a call and make a call to a second subscriber.  Time/Units  Enter the number. T

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 16 Text Messages (SMS) Your phone can receive and send text Options While Reading messages (Short Message Service, You can access the following functions SMS). Your service provider will advise when reading a message: you concerning service availability and operation. [Options] Press. Scroll to the required func-  Reading New Messages tion and then: A new text message is indicated by the [Select] Press to execute a function

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 17 Text Messages (SMS) Writing and Sending Writing Text Press the digit keys repeatedly until Messages the character you want appears. The cursor advances after a short delay. You can create text message contain- ing up to 160 characters. Press once briefly for A, twice $ for B, etc. To send a text message, this must first be forwarded to the Service Centre. Press briefly to erase the char-  The number of your Service Centre

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 18 Text Messages (SMS) Options While Writing Message Lists When writing a message, other func- Your messages are saved in an incom- tions are available in addition to the ing or outgoing list. send function: Save message Inbox Saves the message. In the incoming list, there are several options when a message is displayed: Insert from:  Opens the Phonebook to select a New Message number. [Menu]  Messages  Incoming List 

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01.03.2001 B35_02_main.f A35 mv englisch A31008-H4350-A101-3-7619 19 Text Messages (SMS) Outbox Replying to Messages If you select a sent message in the out- A received message can be read as fol- going list, the text is displayed. lows: If you select an unsent message which [Options] Press. contains a number, the number is dis- played. Scroll to the Reply to sender  The following options are available: option. [Menu] Messages Outgoing List    [Select] Press.