Siemens M55 user manual

User manual for the device Siemens M55

Device: Siemens M55
Size: 1,26 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-24 14:02:50
Number of pages: 75
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For further information about Orange products and
services please visit our website at the address below.
The information contained in this user guide is correct at
the time of going to press, but Orange reserves the right
to make subsequent changes to it and services may be
modified, supplemented or withdrawn. June 2003.
© Orange Personal Communications Services Limited
2003. Orange and wirefree™ and any other Orange
product or service names referred to in this user guide
are trade marks

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welcome This guide provides you with all the information you need to use your phone, from making a call to texting a colleague. You can also find out more about the wide range of services offered by Orange to keep you in touch and informed whether you’re at work, at home or abroad. So that you can make your first call please take a few moments to register with Orange. Thank you

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insert your SIM Card insert and charge your battery 1 Look for the plastic card that is in your 3 Insert the SIM Card under the metal catch insert the battery charge the battery Orange box. If you cannot find it, the so that the gold contacts are facing SIM Card may have already been downwards and the cut off corner is at 1 With the phone face down and the top The first charge must be for a minimum of inserted into your phone. If it is not in the visible end of your SIM Card. pointing away from

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registration if your phone wasn’t While speaking with Business Customer 2 The SIM Card number upgrade registration Services, you will be asked whether you This is on the SIM Card itself. If you are already an Orange customer and registered with Orange wish to receive any marketing material from wish to register an upgraded phone, please 8 9 4 4 1 2 when you bought it, follow Orange. By answering Yes, Orange will call 07973 100 158 from any other phone keep you informed of any special offers or 3

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inside with the M55 you can... introduction to your phone 4 decide how to manage 1.2 Make your way around the menus your calls n Use voice recognition to n send a text message to 1.2 Make a selection 4.1 Orange Answer Phone control your phone, make several contacts at the 1.2 Auto keylock 4.1 Answer Phone Call Return 1.3 Menu map 4.4 Line 2 calls and save notes same time or join them in 1.5 Symbols on your display 4.4 Call Divert without pressing the keys a conference call 2 calls 5 messaging 2.

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7 keep working on the move 10 ensure your phone is 7.1 Synchronise secure introduction to 7.3 Orange Fax and Data 10.1 Orange Care 7.2 Orange Answer Fax 10.2 SIM Card PIN 1 7.4 Orange Assistant 10.4 Babysitter 7.5 Conference Calling 10.5 Call Barring your phone 7.6 Accessories 10.6 Auto keyguard 8 personalise your phone 11 games and applications 8.1 Voice commands 11.1 Java™ n Make your way around the menus 8.1 Hotkeys 8.2 Profiles 12 International services n Make a selection 8.3 Change your al

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1 - introduction to your phone switch your phone on make your selection To switch your phone on press and The soft keys control how you choose a loudspeaker hold the key. After a few seconds you will function. On your display you will see what be asked to confirm switch on. Press OK. feature the soft key controls, depending on soft keys what you are doing at the time. So, for the function of these When you switch on your phone for the example, from the main display press the dynamic lights chang

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1 - introduction to your phone explore the menus 2 Records 5 Messages 1 Address/Phonebook 3 Surf & fun 4 Organiser 1 New SMS 1 Show entries 1 Calls missed 1 Internet 1 Calendar 2 Calls received 2 New MMS 2 New entry 2 Games & more 2 Appointments 3 Businesscard 3 Calls dialled 3 Tasks 3 New e-mail 4 Inbox 4 Groups 4 Erase records 4 Notes 5 Default book 5 Draft 5 Missed alarms 6 Unsent 6 Dictating mac 7 Sent 7 Time zones 8 SMS archive 8 Calendar setup 9 Text mo

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1 - introduction to your phone Where do I go for help? symbols on your display If you are having problems with your phone, or Below are some of the more common would like to know more about Orange business calls symbols that you might encounter on your products and services, please contact your 2 display. company’s Orange account holder, or call 158. Alternatively, visit the Orange Business Solutions Strength of incoming signal website at Battery being charged Charging

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2 - calls make a call listen to calls at the right volume 1 press and hold this button When you are on a call press to to turn your phone on, then increase the earpiece volume or press Yes to confirm to decrease the volume. avoid accidental 4 press to end the call calls 3 press to make the call It’s a good idea to lock the keypad to avoid making calls by mistake. silence your ring 2 dial the number you want To lock the keypad, press and hold to call, don’t forget to use tone the # key. the full

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2 - calls choose to answer a call redialling a number If the number you called was engaged you call back a missed number can set your phone to notify you when the or not If you call someone and get disconnected number becomes free. To call back a missed call: or forget to tell them something, you can 1 When your phone rings, press call them straight back by redialling the 1 Press Call back. Your phone will ring 1 If you miss a call the icon will or Answer to answer the call. last dialled numbe

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2 - calls mute your call take two different calls To return to the call on hold, press know who is calling you, or Swap, or to end the active call. at the same time hide your number when Sometimes you may need to say something to another person that you Alternatively, press Reject, which will you make a call don’t want your caller to hear. In these When you are on a call, you can answer send the new caller to your Answer Phone. cases, you can mute your call and a second call without ending the f

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2 - calls manage your 3 contacts n Store names and numbers n Orange Directory Enquiries n Manage your contacts n Call your contacts quickly 2.7

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3 - manage your contacts Which phonebook should I save my Orange Directory Enquiries store the names and To choose the phonebook that you would numbers in? like to appear in your phone’s main menu: numbers of your colleagues The new number for Directory Enquiries is You can store up to 90 names and numbers 118 000. Oftel will be withdrawing 192 from all in your phone 1 Press Menu and then select on your SIM Card. Your phone’s internal landline and mobile networks in August 2003. Addressbook/Pho

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3 - manage your contacts 4 Enter the name of the contact, using the To call a number saved in a phonebook n New entry contact to another person as a appropriate keys on the keypad. See press and then enter the first letter of Lets you add a new contact to your contact card, or SMS as text to send page 5.1 for information on text input. the contact’s name. Press to call the phonebook. contact details as plain text. 5 When you have finished, press . number. n Copy into n Capacity 6 You can choose

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3 - manage your contacts n Voice dialling Note: To delete the contact select Delete copy contact details 2 Scroll to and select a contact. Add a voice tag to the contact. instead of Edit. Press Yes to confirm the 3 Press Options and select Copy to SIM. between memories n Field setup deletion. 4 Select the number that you would like to Select fields to be displayed when you copy and then select Save. The name next save a new entry. To add numbers to your special books: It’s easy to swap all your

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3 - manage your contacts 5 Scroll to the group that you want to call your contacts quickly Your phone also has a voice recognition Once the voice tag is saved, you can change and press Options. Choose feature, allowing you to make a call by re-record it at any time. without entering your one of the following options to adapt the saying the name of a contact. Groups to your requirements: phonebook To re-record a voice tag: n Open You can assign up to 20 voice tags to When you have set up your gr

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3 - manage your contacts create and send your 3 Choose to send the card Via SMS, to send the contact to another person as a virtual business card decide how to contact card, or SMS as text to send contact details as a plain text message. 4 You can store your own details on your phone, which you can then send to manage your calls another device. To create your business card: n Orange Answer Phone 1 Press Menu and select Phonebook/Addressbook. n Orange Answer Phone Call Return 2 Scroll down the li

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4 - decide how to manage your calls Answer Phone Call Return what happens when you use Answer Phone personalising your Answer get an Answer Phone You can use Answer Phone Call Return to shortcuts to manage your Phone greeting return a call after someone has left a message message? messages efficiently on your Answer Phone, without having to Your Answer Phone comes with a standard remember or make a note of their number. greeting, but you can record your own When someone leaves a message on your

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4 - decide how to manage your calls set up an Answer Phone Phone messages from any other phone keep your business and To switch between Line 1 and Line 2: even while abroad. To use this service you PIN personal lives separate by must set up an Answer Phone PIN. 1 Press 0 at the main display. using two different lines 2 Select Line 1/2. For added Answer Phone security, you can To access your Answer Phone set up your Answer Phone to request a PIN messages from any another phone With Line 2 you c

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