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|rajbhaskar||8:06am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
|I bought a Siemens C45 based on the recommendation of the lecturer. Phone matching my height. The Siemens C45 is light, compact and you stand a chance of losing it in your handbag, so be careful!|
|mody||6:04pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|I bought this phone back in 2002 when I started at university, and have had it in use ever since. Despite not having many features.|
|peelseel2||1:12pm on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|The Siemens C45 is getting a bit long in the tooth as far as mobile phone technology is concerned.|
|lanasa||12:04pm on Friday, July 16th, 2010|
|A slow and unreliable phone The C45 is a lightweight phone which looks reasonably good. It also has a good array of functions.|
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Press the soft key below the letter symbol to read the message.
Date/time 02.05.2002 15:36 Phone number/ 017198987676 sender Do we meet tomorrow? Message
MN Scroll through the mes-
sage line by line. Reply Reply menu, see below. Options Inbox/outbox menu (p. 24).
Different functions are available depending on the context:
Options Open menu. View Reply Read entry. Directly answer incoming SMS messages. Send Dial number or select from the Phonebook, then send. Edit Open editor for changes. Delete Delete selected message. Delete all Delete all entries after confirmation. Picture & List the pictures and sounds contained in the message. Sound Capacity Display maximum and available capacity. Mark as Mark the message as unread. unread Status report (Outbox list only) Request delivery confirma~ tion for messages sent. Save no. to Copy a selected phone number to the Phonebook. d
The list of saved messages is displayed.
Barbara Carol 023598765432 View Options
Options See right. Symbol Inbox Read Unread Outbox Not sent Sent
Compose a message
Menu Format Messages New SMS
@ / J Dial number or pick out
from the Phonebook.
OK Confirm. The message is sent to the service centre for transmission. OK Return to the editor. Options Open menu and select Save to store the message. If Message type, Validity period or Service centre: are requested, see p. 30
Text input using "T9" (p. 27) allows you to quickly create long SMS messages using just a few key entries. Clear Press briefly to delete letter by letter, hold down to delete the entire word.
Line feed Small font, Medium font, Large font Underline Left, Right, Center Mark text T9 input T9 preferred Activate/dectivate T9 input. (p. 27) Input language Select the language in which the message is to be composed. Line feed Enter a line break. Clear text Delete the whole text. Insert text Insert standard text in the message. Insert from Open Phonebook and copy the phone number into the d text. Bookmarks Insert URL from the WAP bookmark in the text. Information on SMS If the phone was unable to send the message to the service centre a retry option is available. If this attempt also fails, contact your service provider. The Message sent! text only indicates that the message has been transmitted to the service centre which now tries to deliver the message within a certain period.
Options Open the text menu. Send Save Picture & Sound Dial the number of the address or select from the Phonebook, then send. Save the composed message in the outbox list. Add pictures and sounds to message (p. 26).
Picture & Sound (EMS)
Pictures and sounds can be inserted in the message. Playback only occurs on phones that support this function. In input mode a wildcard is shown instead of the picture/sound.
Standard text fragments which can be added to messages are stored in the phone. You can also create five additional text fragments yourself.
Write text fragments
Menu Messages Predefined text
Compose the message as usual.
<New entry> Select. Save Press.
Options Open the text menu at the end of a word. Picture & Sound The Pictures&Sound menu opens: Fix animations Fix sounds Own animat. Own sounds
Write text fragment.
Use text fragment
Compose message (p. 25).
Options Open the text menu. Insert text Select.
MN Select range.
Select text fragment from the list.
Select Confirm. The first entry of the selected range is displayed.
Select Confirm. The text fragment is inserted in the message at the cursor position.
MN Scroll in the list to the
Dwnload The picture, sound or animation is "inserted" in the text and shown there as a wildcard.
You can send messages (SMS) as "circulars" to all members of a group (p. 44).
Text entry with "T9"
"T9" deduces the correct word from the individual key entries by making comparisons with an extensive dictionary. Activate, deactivate T9
Options First select T9 input, then select T9 preferred.
Do not use special characters such as but write the standard character, e.g. A. T9 will do the rest for you see p. 29.
Activate T9 and confirm with Select.
Select Input language Select the language in which you want to compose the message. Options Open text menu, select T9 input, then select Input language. Select Confirm. The new language is set. Create a word using T9 Since the display changes as you proceed it is best if you finish a word without looking at the display. You simply press the keys where the relevant letter is located once only. For "hotel" for example type:
WAP IP address: * parameters Enter IP address.
Profile name Name the profile or change it.
Port: * Enter port number. Homepage: Enter homepage (p. 33) if not set by the service provider.
You can set or change up to 5 access profiles (may be barred by your service provider). The entries and functions may vary depending on your service provider. You can change a profile each time before accessing the Internet (p. 34).
To create a new profile proceed as follows:
Menu Surf & fun Profiles Internet
Linger time: Enter time in seconds after which a connection should be terminated if no input or data transfer takes place. CSD settings Dial-up no.: Enter ISP number. Call type: Select ISDN or Analogue. Login name: Enter login name. Password: Enter password (shown as a series of asterisks). Save The settings are stored and the profile list is shown.
N Select a profile. Change The entry card is displayed. N Make your entries field by field. You may get further information on the entries from your service provider.
* depending on service provider, enter 2nd IP address and 2nd port if nec.
You can set what is to be displayed after Internet access:
Profiles 1 standard 2 * e-Commerce Edit Select
Activate a profile to establish the Internet connection:
Open the browser menu. Select. Select, then select from the list: Start menu (p. 31) Browser menu (p. 32) Homepage Resume (p. 32) Bookmarks
More. Start with.
Select the required profile. Select Press to activate. The connection is established. Your Internet browser is licensed by:
The address of the home page is set in the (access) profile. You can change it in standby mode (if permitted by the service provider!):
Select the profile, e.g.:
E-Commerce Select. Special characters (as with the SMS text editor)
Press 3 times for / Press 3 times for @ Press for. (full stop) Press repeatedly for : Press repeatedly for ~
The entry card is displayed. WAP parameters/Homepage Select.
Enter new address. Go to the end of the entry card. Press.
Enter the Internet address (URL)
Menu access is possible as soon as WAP pages are displayed (online or offline). A Open the browser menu. Go to URL Select. Enter URL and confirm. The connection is established.
Go To use a favourite
The selected call is set up.
Proceed as with "Save" then select the stored bookmark in the list and confirm. The connection is established.
The WAP Browser allows you to download content such as ringtones and bitmaps to your C45. For download simply select the desired content and confirm your entry with. Depending on the content selected, the corresponding management program is started automatically in your phone after confirmation (e.g. Melody Manager for ringtones).
You will find ring tones, operator bitmaps, screen savers and other services for your Siemens mobile telephone at: www.my-siemens.com/city This city portal (p. 77) also includes a list of countries in which this service is available. You will find a large selection of contents that can be downloaded to your telephone via WAP, such as ring tones or bitmaps for your C45, at wap.my-siemens.com
You can store a list of your favourite Internet addresses (URLs) in the phone depending on the service provider: Save
Bookmarks Select. Online: Add bookmark The current WAP address is added as a bookmark. Offline: the desired N Select(Empty). profile or Menu Open menu. Edit Delete Delete all Open entry for editing, enter or change name and URL, and confirm. Press Save. Delete the selected entry. Delete all entries (no confirmation requested!).
Most service providers offer you an external answering service. In this mailbox, a caller may leave a voice message for you if your phone is switched off or not ready to receive, if you do not want to answer, if you are making a phone call (and if Call waiting is not active, p. 12). If the voice mail service is not part of your service provider's user package, you will need to register and the settings must be made manually. The following description may vary slightly depending on the service provider.
Calls are diverted to this phone number. To set it up:
Menu Divert e.g. Unanswered Set
Dial the number of the mailbox. OK Registration at the network will be confirmed after some seconds. For further information on call divert, see (p. 41).
Your service provider supplies you with two numbers: You can call this phone number to listen to the voice mails left for you. To set it up:
Options Open the menu, e.g. to link the calls on hold in a conference
(2) Barbara Next: Carol Dial? Options
Call to group-Menu
Options Open menu. Dial Dial current entry. Skip Skip next number. Conference Link all calls on hold in a conference (p. 13). Swap Accept the waiting call and place the current call on hold. Microphone Switch the microphone on or off. If it is switched off, the on person on the other end of the line cannot hear you (muting). Alternatively: * Hold down. However, numbers being entered are audible when Send DTMF tones is active. Volume Adjust handset volume.
Menu Get in touch Groups
Normally a group is assigned to a Phonebook entry when it is entered (p. 16). To change the group assignment or to assign a group later, the following steps are necessary: When the Phonebook is open:
Select Press. The group is displayed for editing.
The following functions are applied to the group or all entries of a group:
Options Open menu. View members Rename group Remove entries Group symbol Display all entries assigned to the selected group. Change the current name of the group. Remove all members from the selected group. The entries in the Phonebook are not affected. Assign a symbol to a group (p. 22).
Change Press and select a new group. Save Confirm assignment.
Press once to open Phonebook Press twice to display groups Press 3 times to display 1st group entries
Get in touch Organiser then select a function Date: Enter start date. Time: Enter start time. Save Store the appointment.
Up to 50 appointments can be entered. An alarm sounds even when the phone is switched off (the phone does not switch to standby mode). To deactivate it press any key.
Appointment list Menu
Options Open menu. View Activate/ Deactivate Edit Display the selected entry. Activate or deactivate an appointment. Display the entry for changes. New entry See left. Delete Delete the selected entry. Delete all Delete all appointments after confirmation. Send SMS. as entry Send appointment entry. as text Send entry as text of an SMS message. Capacity Display number of appointments set. Deactivate all alarms (p. 53). Ringer setting (p. 58), Clock (p. 50). Display when alarm is active. $ Repeats the alarm after 5 minutes.
$ 15.05.2002 11:30 $ 16.05.2002 12:00
If an alarm is missed (e.g. because you are making a phone call) it appears in the list of missed appointments (p. 49).
<New entry> Select. N Make the entries field by field: Type: y Memo. A text with up to 20 letters may be added. Call. Enter phone number. Shown with alarm. v Meeting Description: A short description can be entered. Reoccurrence: Period for repeating.
Menu Get in touch Organiser then select a function
Your phone will remind you of special events so you do not to forget them any more.
Send SMS. as entry Send congratulations to recipient. as text Send congratulations as SMS message. Capacity Display number of entries made.
<New entry> Select. MN Make the entries field by field. Type: Birthday Anniversary Special event Name: Enter name. E.g. copy the name from the Phonebook @. Date: Enter start date. Time: Enter start time.
An alarm will remind you of the event twice: 24 hours before the date of the event as entered. Directly on the date of the event with the following options: Options Open the menu.
SMS Call Pause Off Send an SMS with standard (changeable) text. Dial the number. Repeat the alarm after 5 minutes. Stop the alarm.
Options Open menu. View Activate/ Deactivate Edit New entry Delete Delete all Display selected entry. Activate/deactivate alarm. Display entry for changes. Enter a new birthday. Delete the selected entry. Delete all events after confirmation.
If an alarm is missed (e.g. because you are making a phone call) it appears in the list of missed appointments (p. 49) with the same options as described above.
Get in touch Organiser then select a function
<New entry> Shopping list Holiday appointment View Options
T9 support (p. 27) makes writing memos, e.g. shopping lists, easier for you. Protect confidential data with the phone code (p. 63).
View Open memo.
Options Open menu. Save Store the entry.
Enter the text.
Options Open menu. Save T9 input (p. 27) Store the entry. T9 preferred Activate intelligent text entry or deactivate it. Input language Select the language in which the message is to be composed. Enter a line break. Delete the memo. Send entry as text of an SMS message.
See "Key control" below.
Start Press. The battle begins and is shown on the display. How to Play Provides information on how to play the game.
Surf & fun Games Select game Menu Surf & fun Setup Games
Select a game from the list and have fun!
You can activate and deactivate the following functions for the games: Sounds You can switch the sounds for the games on and off. Illumination You can switch off the display illumination to increase standby time. Silent alert You can switch the silent alert for the games on and off.
In addition to the interactive "BM Kung-Fu" you will also now find the games "Stack Attack" and "Balloon Shooter" on your mobile phone. English language instructions for "Stack Attack" and "Balloon Shooter" can be found at www.my-siemens.com/c45
You will find special instructions for each game in the option menu.
Options Provides tips on how to play the game, shows the saved scores and allows you to set the level of difficulty. Start Start game.
function depends on the game or
use the keys
If a profile is used, several settings are made with one function. Five profiles are standard with default settings, they can be changed however: Normal envi., Quiet environ., Noisy environ., Car Kit, Headset You may set two personal profiles individually (<No Title>). The special profile Aircraft mode is fixed and cannot be changed (p. 54). If the phone is used by several people, they can each activate their own settings by selecting their personal profile.
Edit a default profile or create a new personal profile:
Options Open menu. Change settings Select.
Select default profile or a personal profile.
Activate Activate the profile.
Normal envi. Quiet environ. Noisy environ. Activate Options
The list of available functions is displayed: Ringer setting p. 58 Volume p. 58 Melodies p. 58 Call screening p. 58 Silent alert p. 58 Key tones p. 59 Info tones p. 59 Illumination p. 61 Big letters p. 61 Bitmap style p. 61 When you have finished setting a function you return to the profile menu where you can change a further setting.
Options Open menu. Activate Activate profile. Change set- Change profile settings. tings Copy from Copy settings from another profile. Rename Rename personal profile.
The greeting is displayed when you switch on the phone.
Edit Activate and deactivate.
Delete old message and compose new message.
OK Confirm changes. Screensaver The screensaver shows a graphic on the display once a user-definable time has elapsed. An incoming call and any key press ends the function. Receive and save screensaver as for receive and save logo, see right. You will find screensavers at: www.my-siemens.com/screensaver
Show stored graphic. Bitmap viewer Open. Select N Logo. Screensaver or Load Graphic is shown. Receive graphic. A graphic can be transmitted to the Bitmap viewer via SMS from a provider or downloaded via WAP. A received graphic is indicated by a symbol above the left soft key. By pressing this key, the Bitmap viewer is started and the graphic is displayed. Store graphic. Store current graphic in the Bitmap viewer: Save Press. Select N Logo. Screensaver or Save Press.
Bitmap viewer-Menu Options Open menu. Save Send Load Discard Delete Store the current graphic on one of the storage locations. Send graphic via SMS. * Load graphic to the Bitmap viewer. The current graphic is discarded. Delete a graphic from Screensaver or Logo.
Any key to answer
You can press any key to accept an incoming call (except S ).
Auto key lock
* Your C45 provides you with the option of sending a graphic or a screensaver via SMS.
You can find operator graphics at: www.my-siemens.com/logos See also City portal (p. 77). Illumination
If Auto key lock is activated, the keypad is locked automatically if no key has been pressed for one minute in standby mode. This prevents unintentional activation of the phone keys, however you still remain reachable and can make an emergency call. The keypad can also be directly locked and unlocked. As follows:
# Hold down.
The display illumination can be switched on and off (switching it off increases the standby time).
Set the type of acoustic key tone: Click or Tone or Silent
You can choose between two font sizes for the display.
Setting of the display contrast.
Select between two animations that are shown in different situations, e.g. when entering a PIN.
(only if a NiMH battery is used) This function allows the NiMH battery to be regenerated in the event of reducing operating times (eliminating memory effect). To do this, connect the phone as for charging (p. 7) and then call up this function. The battery is now fully discharged and recharged. Depending on the state of the battery, this can take up to 5 hours.
This function is only displayed if it is supported by your service provider. Two independent phone numbers must be registered on the phone.
Indicates forbidden service providers (depending on SIM card).
Select the currently used phone number.
Display the active phone number.
The network search is restarted. This is useful if you are not on your home network or want to register on a different network. The network info list is rebuilt when Auto network is set.
Special settings can be made for each phone number (e.g. melody, call divert etc). Switch to the required phone number first. To switch the phone number/line (in standby mode): 0 Press. Line 1 Press. Block line (Phonecode protected) You may limit usage to one phone number.
Activate or deactivate, see also "Choose network" above. If "Automatic network" is activated, the next network is dialled in the order of your "preferred service providers". Otherwise a different network can be selected manually from the list of available GSM networks.
A list of all known GSM Networks worldwide is displayed with the current codes.
Select either GSM 900 and GSM 1800.
Menu Setup Network select a function: Pref. network The service providers you prefer after your home service provider are displayed in this list (e.g. if there are several service providers that differ in price). If the signal strength of your preferred network is not strong enough when you switch the phone on, the phone may log on to another network. This can change when the telephone is next switched on or if you manually select another network (p. 64).
Your service provider is displayed.
List Display list of preferred networks.
Create new entry: Select empty line, press Entry, then select an entry from the list of service providers and confirm it. Change/delete entry: Select an entry, press Change then select another entry from the list of service providers and confirm it. or press Delete.
All outgoing All outgoing calls except emergency number 112 and 999 are barred. Outgo internat Only national calls can be made. Out.int.x home International calls are not permitted. However you can make calls to your home country when abroad. All incoming The phone is barred for all incoming calls (the forwarding of all calls to the mailbox offers a similar effect). When roaming You do not receive calls when you are outside your home network. This means that no charges are incurred for incoming calls. Status check The following info can be displayed after a status check: Barring set. ^
% Indication on the display.
Switch to headset during a call (if the phone is connected to the Car Kit Portable).
Accept call with the Call key or PTT key (Push To Talk) when the key lock is activated.
Automatic answer If you fail to notice an incoming call there is a risk that it may be overheard by others.
(factory default: 2 hours) The phone is powered by the car's power supply. The time between switching off the ignition and deactivation of the phone can be adjusted.
These functions are only available with the appropriate original Siemens accessories (p. 75).
Fax/data mode using a PC
Setup Fax/data mod.
Menu Setup Fax/data mod. Send vce/fax
With the phone and a connected PC, you can transmit and receive faxes and data. Appropriate software for data communication/fax communication must be available on your PC and there must be a connection to the phone. Fax and data services must be enabled by the service provider. Different networks support different types of fax/data reception, contact your service provider for details.
Set this function on the phone before transmission so that you can switch from voice mode to fax mode. While the connection is being set up, the following soft key is available for two seconds: Voice/fx Switch to Send vce/fax mode. You may now send a fax.
Your service provider has given you a number for telephoning and a fax/data number. Start your PC communication program and enter the required destination phone number in the program.
(Only if a special fax or data number is available) Start the required communication program in your PC and switch on the function at the phone during the call (the PC accepts the connection).
Menu Setup Fax/data mod. Voice/fax rec
The call is signalled by a special ringer and the type (fax or data) is displayed. Now start the communication program in your PC to receive the fax/data.
End transmission with PC software and/or press S.
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Display symbols (selection)
Display indicators < e b Strength of incoming signal. Charging completed. Battery indicator. All calls are diverted. Ringer off. Short ringer (beep) only. Ringer only if caller is stored in the Phonebook. Alarm is set. Alarm clock active. ] Key lock active. *!* Transmission unencrypted.
Charging error Battery totally discharged. (charge icon not displayed). Temperature out of range: 5 C to 40 C Contact problem.
No mains voltage. Wrong charger. Battery fault. SIM error. SIM card not correctly inserted. SIM card contacts dirty. SIM card with wrong voltage.
SIM card damaged (e.g. broken). Inspect the damage. Return the SIM card to service provider.
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No connection to network.
Signal weak. Outside GSM range. SIM card not valid. New network not authorised. Network barring is set. Network overloaded. Signal too weak.
Move higher, to a window or open space. Check service provider coverage map. Reclaim at the service provider. Try manual selection or select a different network (p. 64). Check barrings (p. 64). Try again later. Reconnection to another service provider is automatic (p. 64). Switching the phone on and off may speed this up. Set line 1 = (p. 64). Check for new restrictions. Reset limit with PIN 2 (p. 63). Load credit. Barrings may have been set by your service provider. Check barrings (p. 64). Delete entries in Phonebook (p. 18). Set call divert to the mailbox (p. 36). Delete messages (SMS) to make room (p. 24). Contact your Service Provider.
Phone loses network. Calls not possible.
2nd line set. New SIM card inserted. Charge limit reached. Credit used up. Certain uses of the Call restrictions are set. phone not possible. Entries cannot be Phonebook is full. made in Phonebook. Voice mail does not Call divert to the mailbox not work. set. SMS (text message) SMS memory full. flashes. Function cannot be Not supported by your servset. ice provider or registration required. Charge counter Charge pulse not transmitted. does not work.
Contact your Service Provider.
Service provider does not support this service. Phone number of the service centre is not set or is wrong. SIM card contract does not support this service. Service centre overloaded. Addressee does not have a compatible phone. Three wrong entries.
Message cannot be sent.
Check with your Service Provider. Set service centre (p. 30). Contact your Service Provider. Repeat message. Check. Enter the PUK (MASTER PIN) provided with the SIM card according to the instructions. If the PUK (MASTER PIN) has been lost, contact your service provider. Contact Siemens Service (p. 73). Contact your Service Provider.
Unanswered calls (divert).. 41 Upper-, lowercase. 17, 27, 28 User group All outgoing.. 66 preferred group. 66 Select group. 66 User group (network). 66
Validity period (SMS).. Voice send.. Voice message. Volume (ringer). 33 33
WAP.. Internet access.. profiles.. setup..
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