Siemens SX1 user manual

User manual for the device Siemens SX1

Device: Siemens SX1
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BA SX1.QXD 20.03.2003 10:08 Uhr Seite 1
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Be inspired
Issued by
Information and Communication mobile
Haidenauplatz 1
D-81667 Munich
© Siemens AG 2003
All rights reserved. Subject to availability.
Rights of modification reserved.
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
www.my-siemens.com
SX1
cyan magenta yellow black

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 1 Contents Contents Safety precautions ..................... 3 Voice Dialling .........................23 Overview of the phone .............. 4 Add a ringtone .......................24 Business Card .........................25 Getting Started .......................... 6 Insert SIM card/battery ............. 6 Records .....................................26 Emergency number (SOS) ........ 7 Recent calls ............................26 Ch

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 2 Contents Camera ..................................... 49 Connection .............................76 Snapshot ...............................49 Date and time settings ............78 Images ................................... 51 Security ..................................79 Call barring .............................80 Music ........................................ 55 Network .................................81 Radio .....................

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 3 Safety precautions Safety Information for parents precautions Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Explain the content and the hazards associated with using the phone to your children. Remember to comply with legal Do not use an optical magnifier requirements and local restric- to look at the activated infrared tions when using the phone. For interface [Class 1 LED product example in a

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 4 Overview of the phone Overview of Integrated antenna the phone Do not interfere with the phone above the battery cover unnecessarily. This reduces the signal strength. Loudspeaker Displays Signal strength/GPRS available/ battery level Number keys Digits, letters. Joystick/Other keys See next page. Microphone Infrared interface (IrDA, e.g. for communication between PC/ PDA and mobile phone) Push-to-talk key • In standby mode:

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 5 Overview of the phone # key Hold down In standby mode: switch key lock on/off. Soft keys The current functions of these keys are dis- played in the lowest display line as text or icons. key Hold down * In standby mode: Switch on/off the profile "Mute" (p. 71). Joystick Move the joystick left, right, up down for navigation on the display. Press the joystick to open folders or start applications. Menu key Press to display th

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 6 Getting Started Getting • Insert SIM card in the opening Insert SIM card/battery with contacts pointing downwards. Started The service provider supplies you First push at the phones edge , with a SIM card on which all the im- than push gently until it engages portant data for your line is stored. (make sure the angled corner is If the SIM card has been delivered in the correct position). in credit card size, snap the smaller

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 7 Getting Started Charging time Emergency number An empty battery is fully charged (SOS) after about 1 - 1.5 hours. Charging is Must only be used in real emergen- only possible in an ambient tempera- cies! ture of 5 °C to 40 °C (the charge icon Switch the phone on and check for flashes as a warning when the tem- adequate signal strength. perature is 5 °C above/below this range). The mains voltage specified Press to go to standby if

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 8 Getting Started User guide Navigation The following symbols are used to Joystick explain operation: M Enter numbers or letters. E On/Off/End key. D Call key. A B Soft keys. F Shift key. Move the cursor in menus, and lists by moving the joystick to the left, Clear key. G right, up, and down. Menu key. C Open selected folders or start applications by a short press on K Use joystick for navigation the joystick. on dis

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 9 Getting Started Menu Switching between In the Menu you can access all main applications applications. If there is more than one application running you can switch between Press the menu key to C them. display the Menu. Press and hold down the C Personalise your Menu Menu key. Organise all applications and folders A list with all active applications ap- in any order you like. Select the re- pears on the display. Scroll to the re-

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 10 Switch on, off / PIN entry Switch on, off Switch on, off Standby mode / PIN entry To switch on, hold down When the name of the service E On/Off/End key. provider appears at the top of the display, the phone is in standby mode To switch off, hold down and ready for use. On/Off/End key in standby mode. Enter PIN The SIM card can be protected with a 4-8 digit PIN. Enter your PIN code using M the number keys (shown as a series o

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 11 Security Security General PIN code The phone and SIM card are protect- You can change the PIN to any ed against misuse by several security 4-8 digit number you may find easier codes. to remember. Keep these confidential numbers in a PIN2 code safe place where you can access them again if required. (displayed only if PIN 2 is available) Change PIN2 proceed as with PIN PIN Protects your SIM card (person- code. code al identifica

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:20) 12 Making a phone call Making a Dialling with number Accept call phone call keys The phone must be switched on (standby mode). The phone must be switched on (standby mode). Press. D Enter the number (always M or with prefix). 0 Press to set the inter- A Press Answer. national prefix +. If the phone number has been trans- G A short press clears mitted by the network, it is dis- the last digit, a long press played. If it is stored i

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:20) 13 Making a phone call Reject call Conference Press the end key. The Call up to 5 parties one by one and E caller will hear a "line link them together in a phone con- busy" tone. ference. Some of the functions de- The call may be diverted if scribed may not be supported by this has been set previ- your service provider or may have to ously (p. 83). be enabled specially. Call waiting You may need to register for this service with you

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:20) 14 Making a phone call OptionsKConference Options during a call To add another person to BT handsfree on, End active call, Hold/ the conference, repeat Unhold, Mute/Unmute, New call, Add to procedure and then conference, Send DTMF, Answer, Reject, select: Mute OptionsKAdd to conference Most relevant functions: Mute/Unmute Private Switch microphone on/off. You can have a private conversation If switched off, the person on the with

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:20) 15 Making a phone call Note Handsfree To store DTMF tones as an Contacts To activate/deactivate the loud- entry, see p. 21. speaker during a call: Press sidekey Volume control Move the joystick left/right to de- crease/increase volume when a call is active or a sound plays. Do the same if a headset is connected. or OptionsKBT handsfree on/ Activate handset You can hear the caller via the built- in loudspeaker. Also useful when us- in

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 16 Writing Text Writing Text General T9 writing Your phone offers two ways of To switch to T9 writing: writing text: F Press. • The conventional method. You press a number key repeatedly T9 input on until the required character Select. appears. If T9 text input is switched on this • The T9 method. You write a word, icon is shown: pressing each number key only T9 deduces the correct word from once. the individual key entries by ma

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 17 Writing Text Press Spell to write the Writes a dot. 0 A new word. Press OK to Multiple short press save it to the dictionary. 0 inserts punctuation marks. * General rules Shows a table with special * characters (symbols) for For writing text, several modes are selection. available. For changing mode, use the # key. The status indicator is Navigate to the desired shown at the top line of the display. character by using the

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SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:34) 18 Writing Text Insert symbol Text options Shows a table with special During writing text, T9 options, oth- characters for selection. er mode options, and writing lan- Writing language guage can be changed. Depending Change the T9 input lan- on the current situation not all func- guage. If the required dic- tions are visible. tionary is not available, Press. see Writing language, p. 73. F Copy Selected text will be T9 input Select.

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

SX1 K1 en, A31008-H6500-A1-4-7619 (8. January 2004, 12:20) 19 Contacts Contacts General Insert SIM card In Contacts you can store and entries manage entries with names, phone You can copy entries from the SIM numbers and additional address in- card to the Contacts on the phone. formation. Add voice dialling, a per- Further data can be added to them sonal ringtone or a thumbnail image subsequently. to an entry. CKExtrasKSIM Open SIM phonebook and select the Open the Contacts name(s) you wa


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