Siemens Mobile user manual

User manual for the device Siemens Mobile

Device: Siemens Mobile
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Date of adding : 2014-07-24 14:02:50
Number of pages: 99
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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413
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Contents 1
Contents
Legal notices .............................. 2 Ring Tones ................................43
Safety precautions ..................... 4 Internet ....................................44
Antenna care ........................... 6
Settings ....................................45
Phone operation ...................... 6
Profiles ............................

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (2) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:09) 2 Legal notices Legal notices The mobile phone described in this guide is approved for use on the GSM and GPRS networks operating on the GSM 900, 1800 (DCS/PCN) and 1900 (PCS) bands. 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 res

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (3) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:09) Legal notices 3 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

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (4) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 4 Safety precautions Safety precautions Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Information for parents Explain the content and the hazards associated with using the phone to your children. Remember to comply with The ringtone (p. 43), info tones legal requirements and local (p. 43) and speakerphone talk- restrictions when us

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (5) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Safety precautions 5 Important Please dispose of unwanted batteries and phones as speci- fied by the laws in your country. The phone may cause interfer- ence close to TVs, radios and PCs. Use only Siemens original accessories. This will avoid potential risks to health or prop- erty and ensure compliance with all relevant regulations. Improper use will invalidate t

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (6) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 6 Safety precautions 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) within states. For example, some antenna, some paragra

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (7) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Safety precautions 7 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 turned ON; either installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air • should not carry the phone in a bag

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (8) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 8 Safety precautions ties may be using equipment that Potentially explosive could be sensitive to external RF atmospheres energy. Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive Vehicles atmosphere and obey all signs and RF signals may affect improperly instructions. Sparks in such areas installed or inadequately shielded could cause an explosi

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (9) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Safety precautions 9 possible. Remember that your wire- Emergency calls (SOS) less phone might be the only means Your wireless phone can be used of communication at the scene of an to make emergency calls. You can accident, therefore you should not make an emergency call from the terminate the call until given permis- main display screen. Enter the local sion to d

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (10) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 10 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. 4. Do not open or mutilate the bat- tery. Doing so may cause damage to the eyes or skin. 5. Ex

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (11) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Phone overview 11 Phone overview 1 A Call key Dial phone number/name displayed/selected, take calls. Show last phone numbers dialed in standby mode. _g 2 B On/Off/End key Service provider • Switched off: hold down to switch on. 01.05.2004 10:10 • During a conversation or in an application: Pict. Msg Menu press briefly to finish. • In menus: Press briefly to go bac

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (12) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 12 Phone overview 1 Loudspeaker 2 Color Display _g 3 Soft keys Service provider The current functions of these keys are shown 01.05.2004 10:10 in the bottom line of the display as §Text§/ Pict. Msg Menu symbol (e.g., ). Q 4 Input keys 5 Ringtone * • Hold down in standby mode: Switch all audible signals on/off (except alarm). • Hold down on incoming call: Switch

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (13) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Phone overview 13 1 Antenna Do not unnecessarily obstruct the antenna. 2 2nd display Displays time, incoming calls, screensaver and certain other information when the clam- shell is closed. In addition, symbols are used to indicate the following events: ¿ Missed incoming call Ø Missed alarm Missed appointment _g … Missed message 10:10 3 Clamshell In standby mode, op

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (14) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:09) 14 Display symbols Display symbols Display symbols (selection) ™ Text input with T9. Signal strength. _ « Activated and available. Charging. h ª Registered. Battery charge level, e.g. 50 %. d Temporarily interrupted. Addressbook/Phonebook è Ê WAP online. Call Log Z Ë WAP via GPRS online. Surf & Fun/Service provider É Ì WAP no network. portal ±

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (15) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Getting started 15 • Insert the battery into the phone Getting started sideways 4, then press down- wards 5 until it snaps into place. Insert SIM card/battery The service provider supplies you with a SIM card on which all the important data for your line is 4 stored. If the SIM card has been delivered in credit card size, snap the 5 smaller segment out and remo

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (16) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 16 Getting started flashes a warning. The mains voltage Note specified on the power supply unit Keep SIM cards out of reach of small chil- must not be exceeded (Operating dren. The SIM cards and its contacts are time, page 71). easily damaged by scratching or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or Charging and Discharging removing the SIM card. Note t

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (17) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Getting started 17 Charge icon not visible Note If the battery has been fully dis- Use the battery only for its intended charged, the charge icon is not purpose. immediately visible when the power Never use any charger or battery that is supply unit is plugged in. It will damaged or worn out. appear after up to two hours. In this case the battery, is fully charged

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (18) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 18 Switch on, off/PIN entry Switch on, off/PIN entry Switch on/off Emergency number Open the clamshell to access the (SOS) keypad. Only to be used in real emergencies! Hold down On/Off/ By pressing the soft key §SOS§ you can B End key. make an emergency call on any net- work without a SIM card and without entering a PIN (not available in all Enter PIN countries). Th

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VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (19) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) Switch on, off/PIN entry 19 Phonebook or Addressbook Switching on your phone You can choose whether you want for the first time to use the Phonebook on the SIM card or the internal Addressbook as Time/Date standard. Set the clock to the right time once You can copy the SIM card Phone- at start-up. book to the Addressbook on the §Yes§ Press. phone. Please do not i

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

VAR Language: en; VAR issue date: 040413 left page (20) of CF62 Leopard TMO SUG us, A31008-H6050-A40-1-4A19 (02.06.2004, 16:08) 20 General instructions General instructions User guide Menu controls The following symbols are used to The steps for reaching a function are explain operation: shown in a condensed form in this user guide. Enter numbers or letters. J For example, To display call list for missed calls in B On/Off/End key. condensed form: Call key. A §Menu§ K ZKMissed Calls Thi


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