Siemens SL56 user manual

User manual for the device Siemens SL56

Device: Siemens SL56
Size: 2,76 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-24 14:02:50
Number of pages: 147
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SL56
User Guide
Guide De L'Utilisateur
Guia Para El Usuario

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:55) 1 Contents Contents Safety precautions ..................... 3 Text entry .................................31 Text Modules ..........................34 Safety Information ..................... 5 è Default Book .......................35 Antenna care ........................... 5 Phone operation ...................... 5 Phonebook ................................36 Electronic devices ..................... 6 ...........

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:55) 2 Contents ] E-mail ................................. 59 Missed Alarms ......................100 Voice Memo .........................101 Write/send e-mails .................. 59 Receive e-mail ........................ 60 Time Zones ...........................102 Read new e-mail .................... 60 [ Extras ................................103 Lists ....................................... 61 Alarm Clock ......................

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 3 Safety precautions Safety pre- NOTE: Caution! SIM card may be cautions removed. Small parts could be Review these operating instructions and swallowed by children. safety precautions carefully before use. Do not use mobile phone in hos- Do not exceed the mains volt- pitals or in the vicinity of medical age (V) specified on the power devices, such as pacemakers or supply unit. hearing aids. Mobile phones may interfere

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 4 Safety precautions Mobile phones may interfere with the operation of nearby TVs, radios or PCs. For body worn operation, this mobile phone has been tested and meets FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with a carry accessory that contains no metal and that positions the handset at least 0.001 cm from the body. Use of other carry accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF expo- sure guidelines. Only use origi

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 5 Safety Information Safety Infor- Driving Important mation 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 paragraphs in the areas may allow persons t

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 6 Safety Information For vehicles equipped with Persons with pacemakers Air Bags • should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker An air bag inflates with great force. when the phone is turned ON; DO NOT place objects, including either installed or portable wireless • should not carry the phone in a breast equipment, in the area over the air pocket; bag or in the air bag deployment • should use t

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 7 Safety Information Vehicles Potentially explosive atmo- spheres RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded Turn your phone OFF when in any electronic systems in motor vehicles. area with a potentially explosive Check with the manufacturer or its atmosphere and obey all signs and representative regarding your vehi- instructions. Sparks in such areas cle. You should also consult the could cause

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 8 Safety Information nications (for example, medical emergencies). Remember - to make or receive any calls, the phone must be switched on and be used in a ser- vice area that has adequate signal strength. Emergency calls might not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services or phone features are in use. Check with local service providers regarding their network features. Always make

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 9 SAR (Cell Phone Designation) SAR (Cell RF EXPOSURE /SPECIFIC power level, the actual SAR level of ABSORPTION RATE (SAR) the phone while operating can be Phone Desig- INFORMATION well below the maximum value. This nation) is because the phone is designed to THIS SIEMENS SL56 PHONE MEETS operate at multiple power levels so THE GOVERNMENT'S REQUIRE- as to use only the power required to MENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO ELECTRO- reach

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 10 SAR (Cell Phone Designation) While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, all Siemens products meet the govern- mental requirements for safe RF exposure. + For body worn operation, this mobile phone has been tested and meets FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with a carry accessory that contains no metal and that positions the handset at least 0.001 cm fro

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 11 Overview of the phone Overview of Loudspeaker the phone Display icons Signal strength/GPRS available/battery level. Control key _ª g See next page. Service provider Input keys 04/25/2003 12:30 d Menu Numbers, letters. Microphone Integrated antenna Do not interfere unnecessarily with the phone above the battery cover. This reduces the sig- nal quality/signal strength. Dictation key (in standby mode): Hold down: reco

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 12 Overview of the phone Soft keys The current functions of these keys are shown in the bottom line of the display as §text§ or symbols (e.g. d). _ª g Control key Service provider In the main menu: 04/25/2003 12:30 I Navigation. d Menu In lists and menus: G Scroll up/down. D Select function. C Menu level back. During a call: D Open call menu. In standby mode: E Voice control (hold down). F Open Address/Phonebook. D Open men

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 13 Overview of the phone B On/Off/End key • Switched off: hold down to switch on. • During a conversation or in an application (except for Surf&Fun): press briefly to finish. • In menus: press briefly to go back a level. _ª g Hold down to go back to standby mode. Service provider • In standby mode: if the keylock is disabled, 04/25/2003 12:30 hold down to switch off the phone if the key- d Menu pad is closed. • Keylock in

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 14 Overview of the phone Open keypad: • Light on. • Keypad unlocked. • Opening melody on (if set). • The call is accepted. • Alarm sound off (appointment, alarm). Close keypad: • Back to standby mode. • Light off. • Keypad locked (if set). • Closing melody on (if set). • The call is ended. • The call is rejected. • Alarm sound off (appointment, alarm). © Siemens AG 2001, I:\Mobil\L55\SL56\long\von_[itl]\SL55_Overview.fm

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 15 Display symbols (selection) Display sym- Display symbols ² No network access. bols (selec- Signal strength. _ Function activated/deactivated. p,o tion) Charging. h N Phonebook/Addressbook. d Battery charging status. ABC/ Indicates whether upper or lower- Abc/ case letters are active. Standard directory è abc (Phonebook/Addressbook). Text input with T9. Call lists. Z ™ Surf & Fun. É IrDA activated. Organizer. ç IrDA during

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 16 Display symbols (selection) Soft keys ] Message received. \ Voice mail received. Data received. — Picture received. – Melody received. Unanswered call. Store in Phonebook/Address- book. · Retrieve from Phone/Address- book. O Change Phonebook/Address- book. © Siemens AG 2001, I:\Mobil\L55\SL56\long\von_[itl]\SL55_DisplaySymbols.fm

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 17 Getting started Getting • Insert the battery in the lower edge , Insert SIM card/battery then press downwards until it engages. started The service provider supplies you with a SIM card on which all the important data for your line is stored. If the SIM card has been delivered in credit-card size, snap the smaller segment out and remove any rough edges. • Press the lock , then remove the battery upwards in the d

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 18 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 charger cable charger is plugged in. It will appear into the bottom of the phone, plug after two hours at most. In this case power supply unit into a power the battery is fully charged after socket power socket and charge for 3–4 hour

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SL56 fug am. english, A31008-H4920-A40-1-4A19 (13. June 2003, 12:50) 19 Switch on, off/PIN entry Switch on, Activate/deactivate Switching on your phone off/PIN entry Hold down On/Off/End key for the first time B to switch on or off. Contrast Enter PIN Set display contrast. G The SIM card can be protected with a Time/Date 4–8 digit PIN. Open keypad. Enter the The clock can be set to the right time J PIN using the number once at start-up. keys. The characters **** §Yes§ Press. are shown, to


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