Siemens C56 user manual

User manual for the device Siemens C56

Device: Siemens C56
Size: 1,29 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-15 14:02:43
Number of pages: 114
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1 Contents nts Safety precautions ..................... 3 Phonebook ................................25 ..........................25 Safety Information ..................... 4 Call/search for an entry ...........26 Antenna care ........................... 4 Call with Record no. ...............26 Phone operation ...................... 4 Edit entry ...............................26 Electronic devices ..................... 5 Location: ...............................27 SAR (Specific Abs

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2 Contents Organizer .................................50 Text entry with "T9" ..................79 Alarm clock ............................ 50 Setup .....................................79 Appointments ........................50 Create a word using T9 ...........79 Special events ........................ 51 Display symbols (selection) ......81 Notes ..................................... 52 Notes A-Z ..................................82 Missed appointments ............. 53 Questions&Answers .....

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3 Safety precautions NOTE: Do not exceed the mains volt- ions age (V) specified on the power Review these operating instructions and supply unit. safety precautions carefully before use. Do not use mobile phone in hos- Only use original Siemens bat- pitals or in the vicinity of medical teries (100% mercury-free) and devices, such as pacemakers or charging devices. Use of non- hearing aids. Mobile phones Siemens batteries and/or charg- may interfere with the operation ing devices may caus

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4 Safety Information nfor- Driving Important Read this information before using Laws pertaining to the use of mobile your wireless handheld phone. phones while driving vary signifi- cantly from state-to-state and some- As this mobile phone is equipped times even from locality-to-locality with a fixed (non-retractable) an- within states. For example, some ar- tenna, some paragraphs in the be- eas may allow persons to use their low text may not be applicable. mobile phones only if they employ

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5 Safety Information For vehicles equipped with Air Persons with pacemakers: 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; ther installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air • should not carry the phone in a bag or in the air bag deployment ar- breast pocket; ea. If in-vehicle wireless equipment • should use the ear opposite the is i

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6 Safety Information could cause an explosion or fire re- Vehicles sulting in bodily injury or even RF signals may affect improperly in- death. stalled or inadequately shielded Areas with a potentially explosive at- electronic systems in motor vehicles. mosphere are often but not always Check with the manufacturer or its clearly marked. They include: fueling representative regarding your vehi- areas such as gasoline stations; be- cle. You should also consult the low deck on boats; fuel or

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7 Safety Information be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers re- garding their network features. Always make certain that your phone is properly charged before at- tempting any emergency calls. If you allow your battery to discharge, you will be unable to receive or make calls, including emergency calls. You must then wait a few minutes after the charging begins to place any emergenc

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8 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) THIS SIEMENS C56 PHONE MEETS tiple power levels so as to use only THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIRE- the power required to reach the net- c MENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO work. In general, the closer you are tion WAVES. to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. Your wireless Siemens C56 phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is Before a phone model is available for designed and manufactured not to sale to the public, it must be tested exc

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9 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) For body worn operation, to main- tain compliance with FCC RF expo- sure guidelines, use only Siemens approved accessories. When carry- ing the phone while it is on, use the specific Siemens belt clip that has been tested for compliance. Use of non-Siemens-approved acces- sories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided. * In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged o

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10 Overview of the phone w of Loudspeaker Integrated antenna ne Display indicators Signal strength/ GPRS available/ battery level. Do not interfere with the Call key phone above the battery Dial displayed phone cover unnecessarily. This Service provider number or name, accept reduces the signal strength. 01.10.2002 12:30 calls. Games... Menu On/Off/End key In standby mode: Display the last calls. Press briefly: End call/function or return to standby mode. In menus: Hold down one me

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11 Getting Started The front and back covers of the casing (CLIPit™ Covers, my-CLIPit™: p. 19 and p. 97) as well as the keypad can be changed in a matter of seconds - no tools required: To attach To remove Note Your phone's display and the display cover of the top shell are delivered with a protective film. Remove this film before getting started. In rare cases the static discharge may cause discolouration at the edges of the display. How- ever this will disappear within 10 minutes. To avoi

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12 Getting Started • Insert SIM card in the opening, Insert SIM card/battery contacts pointing downwards The service provider supplies you (make sure the angled corner is in with a SIM card on which all the im- correct position ). Push gently portant data for your line is stored. If until it engages . the SIM card has been delivered in credit card size, snap the smaller segment out and remove any rough edges. • Press grooved area , then lift cover in the direction indicated by th

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13 Getting Started Charge icon not visible Charge battery If the battery is totally discharged no The battery is not fully charged charge icon is displayed when the when delivered. Plug in the charger charger is plugged in. It is displayed cable at the bottom of the phone, after 2 hours at most. In this case plug in the power supply unit to the the battery is fully charged after main power socket and charge for at 3-4 hours. least two hours. Only use the charger provided! Display whil

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14 General Instructions This corresponds to: User Guide ions The following symbols are used to explain operation: Service provider 01.10.2002 12:30 Enter numbers or letters. Games... Menu On/Off/End key. Call key. Press control key at the top/ §Menu§ Open menu. at the bottom to scroll up and down. From standby mode: Press control key on the right. Press control key on the left/on the right to call a function. Phonebook §Menu Messages Displays a function. Call log Function depends

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15 General Instructions +49892325678 Messages Office Call log Carol Groups View Options Select §Select§ Press. Scroll to the required Press control key on the right entry. to open the Call log submenu. Press control key at the bot- tom to scroll downwards. Missed calls Received calls +49892325678 Dialed calls Office Select Carol View Options §Select§ Press. Press control key on the right §View§ Press. to open the list of Missed calls. Press control key on the left to display the phone n

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16 Switch on, off / PIN entry on, off Switch on/off Standby mode try Hold down On/Off/End key to switch on or off. Service provider 01.10.2002 12:30 Enter PIN Games... Menu The SIM card can be protected with a 4-8 digit PIN. When the name of the service pro- Enter the PIN code using vider/wallpaper appears on the dis- the number keys (the dis- play, the phone is in standby mode play shows a series of as- and ready for use. terisks, if you make a mistake press §Clear§). Note Enter PIN: S

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17 Security y The phone and SIM card are protect- §Select§ Press. ed against misuse by several security Enter PIN. codes. §OK§ Confirm input. Keep these confidential numbers in a safe place where you can access them §Change§ Press. again if required. §OK§ Confirm. PIN Protects your SIM card (person- Change PIN al identification number). You can change the PIN to any PIN2 This is needed to set the charge 4-8 digit number you may find detail display and to access ad- easier to remember. dit

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18 Security ChangePhonecode You define and enter the phone code (4 - 8 digits) when calling up a phone code protected function for the first time. It is then valid for all protected functions. Clear SIM card barring If the SIM card is barred, enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) provided by your service provider with the SIM card, according to instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, please contact your service provider. Note Screensaver...................................... p. 64 Au

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19 My phone ne Your phone offers a number of func- Where do I get what? tions so that you can adapt it to meet You can order additional ring tones, your personal requirements. wallpapers and screensavers on the Internet and receive them via SMS: Ring tones Assign individual ring tones to caller groups or anniversaries (p. 66). The sound manager is available for managing the ring tones (p. 47). Or you can d

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