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Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference
2001 Frank Rhl. All rights reserved.
The present document specifies the proprietary AT commands of the Siemens S40 mobile phone. These AT commands are used to read and write address book items, address book groups, calendar events, greeting pictures, ring tones, and WAP settings from/to the phone. It is recommended that the following documents are consulted prior to applying the AT commands specified by this document: ETSI TS 100 916/GSM 07.07: Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); AT command set for GSM Mobile Equipment (ME), available from ETSI (http://www.etsi.org/) vCalendar - The Electronic Calendaring and Scheduling Exchange Format, Version 1.0, available from IMC (http://www.imc.org/) vCard - The Electronic Business Card, Version 2.1, available from IMC (http://www.imc.org/) The Siemens S40 proprietary AT commands have not been published by Siemens. The content of this document is the result of both insider information and intense research. However, some aspects are still unknown or unclear. If you have additional information useful for the purpose of this document please contact the author: email@example.com. Technical questions and developer issues related to the Siemens S40 can be discussed online: http://www.s40forum.de/developer.html.
The present document is provided as is. Using the information found in this document is at your own risk. In no event can the author be held responsible for any damages that result from the use or inability to use the content of this document. This document is neither approved nor supported by Siemens. The author is not affiliated with Siemens in any way.
For the purposes of the present document, the following abbreviations apply: AT ATtention; this two-character abbreviation is always used to start a command line to be sent from an application to the Siemens S40 DP ETSI FFS GSM IMC MS TS <Unknown> European Telecommunications Standards Institute <Unknown> Global System for Mobile Communication Internet Mail Consortium Mobile station Technical Specification
UCS2 Universal Character Set coded in 2 octets UID Unique identifier
For the purposes of this document, the following syntactical definitions apply: <CR> <LF> <.> Carriage return character (#13) Line feed character (#10) Name enclosed in angle brackets is a syntactical element. Brackets themselves do not appear in the command line. [.] Optional subparameter of a command or an optional part of the Siemens S40 information response is enclosed in square brackets. Brackets themselves do not appear in the command line.
5 Data transfer commands
5.1 +C#SMDE: Data transfer mode start and stop The +C#SMDE command is used to start and stop the data transfer mode.
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference Syntax: Command +C#SMDE=<mode> Possible response(s) + C#SMDE: <type>,<length> [Total records: <total>] [Maximum records: <x>] [IEL: <x>] [HD: <x>] [SAT: <x>] [DID: <x>] [ICL: <x>] [OCL: <x>] [MCL: <x>] [<Begin> X-SIEMENS-GROUP-ID:2 X-SIEMENS-NPI;TYPE=HOME;WORK;CELL;FAX;MODEM:1 <End>] [<Begin> X-SIEMENS-GROUP-NAME:20 X-SIEMENS-GROUP-SOUND-ID:2 X-SIEMENS-GROUP-ID:2 X-SIEMENS-GROUP-NOF-ENTRIES:<x> X-SIEMENS-NPI;TYPE=HOME;WORK;CELL;FAX;MODEM:1 <End>] [<x>] +CME ERROR: <err> +C#SMDE: list of supported <mode>s +C#SMDE: <mode>
+C#SMDE=? +C#SMDE? Supported values: <mode> 0 1
transfer stop/disabled transfer start/enabled
<type> Address book item Address book group Calendar event Greeting image Ring tone WAP setting
<length> Amount of bytes for the response
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference <total>
Number of stored entries (address book items, address book groups and calendar events only) <x> Data and/or value with unknown meaning <err> See section 6 for details. 5.2 +C#SLST: Request entry UID list The +C#SLST command is used to get a list of entry UIDs of a given type.
Syntax: Command +C#SLST=<type> Possible response(s) +C#SLST: <more>,<length><CR><LF> list of <UID>s +CME ERROR: <err> list of supported <type>s
+C#SLST=? Supported values: <type> 9 11
Address book item Address book group Calendar event Greeting image Ring tone WAP setting
<more> no more UIDs available more UIDs available, repeat previous +C#SLST command
<length> Size of list in bytes <UID> See section 7 for details. <err> See section 6 for details.
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference 5.3 +C#SPUT: Writing an entry to the phone
The +C#SPUT command is used to add a new entry or modify an existing entry of a given type. UIDs for new entries are automatically allocated by the phone. Existing entries can be replaced by adding their UID to the command.
Syntax: Command +C#SPUT=<type>,<length>[,<UID>]<CR> <entry> is given +C#SPUT=? Possible response(s) +C#SPUT: <UID> +CME ERROR: <err> list of supported <type>s, list of supported <length>s, list of supported <UID>s
Supported values: <type> Address book item Address book group Calendar event Greeting image Ring tone WAP setting
<length> 1-4294967294 <UID> 0-4294967294 <entry> See section 8 for details. <err> See section 6 for details. 5.4 +C#SGET: Reading an entry from the phone The +C#SGET command is used to read an existing entry of a given type. Range of possible UIDs, see section 7 for details Size of entry in bytes
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference Command +C#SGET=<type>,<UID> Possible response(s) +C#SGET: <length><CR><LF> <entry> +CME ERROR: <err> list of supported <type>s, list of supported <UID>s
<UID> 0-4294967294 <length> 1-4294967294 <entry> See section 8 for details. <err> See section 6 for details. 5.5 +C#SDEL: Deleting an entry The +C#SDEL command is used to delete an existing entry of a given type. Size of entry in bytes Range of possible UIDs, see section 7 for details
Command +C#SDEL=<type>,<UID> +C#SDEL=?
Possible response(s) +CME ERROR: <err> list of supported <type>s, list of supported <UID>s
Supported values: <type> Address book item Address book group Version 1.1
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference Calendar event Greeting image Ring tone WAP setting
<UID> 0-4294967294 <err> See section 6 for details. Range of possible UIDs, see section 7 for details
6 Error result code +CME ERROR
Siemens S40 specific <err> values (numeric format followed by verbose format): +CME ERROR 256: Not enough memory +CME ERROR 257: Error deleting entry +CME ERROR 258: Entry does not exist +CME ERROR 259: Error transmitting entry +CME ERROR 260: Access denied +CME ERROR 261: MS busy +CME ERROR 262: Wrong amount of data transferred +CME ERROR 263: Entry type does not exist +CME ERROR 264: Data transfer stopped +CME ERROR 265: UPPB not ready +CME ERROR 266: Parse too complex +CME ERROR 267: Parse syntax error +CME ERROR 268: Parse RRULE +CME ERROR 269: Parse VEND +CME ERROR 270: Parse VERSION +CME ERROR 271: DP FFS create error +CME ERROR 272: DP FFS write error +CME ERROR 273: DP transfer timeout error +CME ERROR 274: DP transfer stop error +CME ERROR 275: DP FFS read error +CME ERROR 276: DP FFS fptr error +CME ERROR 277: DP FFS mail error
7 Unique Identifiers
Each entry of any type is identified by a unique integer. A list of UIDs of a given type can be obtained using the +C#SLST command. In case of address book items and address book groups the list is sorted alphabetically. Every UID returned after the +C#SLST command consists of 6 bytes. A list of n UIDs always consists of n * 6 bytes. There are no separators between UIDs. Of the 6 bytes only the first 4 bytes are relevant. The meaning of the last 2 bytes is unknown. The UID bytes are stored as hexadecimal values and in reverse order. To calculate the integer value of a UID first reverse the byte order and then convert from hexadecimal to decimal value.
Example: 1. +C#SLST returns 6 UID bytes: 0B 19 1C 00 2. Only the first 4 bytes are relevant: 0B 19 3. Reverse byte order: 00 0B 4. Convert hexadecimal 1902000B to decimal: 419561472
On a newly updated or reset phone address book item UIDs start from 419561472 address book group UIDs start from 419889152 calendar event UIDs start from 637534208 the greeting picture always has UID 1 the 42 factory ring tone UIDs range from 400 to 441 custom ring tone UIDs start from 442 WAP setting UIDs start from 687865872.
New UIDs of any type are ascending if allocated by the phone (i.e. no UID is specified in the +C#SPUT command). Whenever an entry is deleted its UID will not be reallocated automatically by the phone until it is updated or reset.
8 Entry type coding schemes
8.1 Address book items Address book items are stored in the vCard format. They are transferred from/to the phone as plain text. The following vCard extension properties are used in address book items: X-SIEMENS-GROUP-ID This property is used to assign address book items to address book groups. A property value of -1 indicates that an item is not assigned to any group. To assign an item to a group set the group ID (not the group UID, see details in section 8.2) as property value. X-SIEMENS-GROUP-SOUND-ID The meaning of this property in the address book item context is unknown. X-SIEMENS-GROUP-NOF-ENTRIES The meaning of this property in the address book item context is unknown. X-SIEMENS-NPI;HOME The use of this property is unknown. The property value is set to 1 if a home phone number is specified in the address book item, otherwise it is set to 0. X-SIEMENS-NPI;WORK The use of this property is unknown. The property value is set to 1 if an office phone number is specified in the address book item, otherwise it is set to 0. X-SIEMENS-NPI;CELL The use of this property is unknown. The property value is set to 1 if a mobile phone number is specified in the address book item, otherwise it is set to 0. X-SIEMENS-NPI;FAX The use of this property is unknown. The property value is set to 1 if a fax number is specified in the address book item, otherwise it is set to 0. X-SIEMENS-NPI;MODEM The use of this property is unknown. The property value is set to 1 if a data number is specified in the address book item, otherwise it is set to 0.
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference 8.2. Address book groups
Address book groups are stored in the vCard format. They are transferred to/from the phone as plain text. The following vCard property extensions are used in address book groups: X-SIEMENS-GROUP-NAME The value of this property contains the address book group name. (Note: The built-in editor of the S40 displays up to 20 characters.) X-SIEMENS-GROUP-ID The value of this property contains the address book group ID. The group ID can be computed by the formula group ID = group UID - 419889152 with 419889152 being the value of the first allocated group UID (see section 7 for details). Thus the first group stored after a reset or an update has group ID 0, the second has group ID 1, etc. X-SIEMENS-GROUP-SOUND-ID This property is used to assign ring tones to groups. A property value of -1 indicates the standard ring tone as specified in the S40 tones setup. To assign a different ring tone set its UID as property value. X-SIEMENS-GROUP-NOF-ENTRIES The value of this property contains the number of address book items that are assigned to the group. X-SIEMENS-NPI;HOME The meaning of this property in the address book group context is unknown. X-SIEMENS-NPI;WORK The meaning of this property in the address book group context is unknown. X-SIEMENS-NPI;CELL The meaning of this property in the address book group context is unknown. X-SIEMENS-NPI;FAX The meaning of this property in the address book group context is unknown. X-SIEMENS-NPI;MODEM The meaning of this property in the address book group context is unknown.
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference 8.3 Calendar events
Calendar events are stored in the vCalendar format. They are transferred to/from the phone as plain text. The Siemens S40 accepts only one vEvent in each vCalendar. 8.4 Greeting picture The Siemens S40 shows a user-defined greeting logo during network search. (Note: Permanently shown operator logos are not supported.) The greeting logo is an image with a size of 104 * 64 = 6656 pixels and 4 colours (2 bit colour depth) that are displayed as black, dark grey, light grey, and white. The greeting logo data has a fixed size of 1670 bytes: The first 6 bytes compose the UID (always 1). They are followed by 1664 bytes of pixel data with every pixel data byte covering 4 pixels. 8.5 Ring tones The Siemens S40 ring tones consist of a maximum of 255 tones. Each tone is defined by a frequency and a duration. The frequency range is from 440 Hz to 3520 Hz. Duration is specified in milliseconds. Trailing tones with the same frequency are played as one tone with duration added up. A pause is a tone with a frequency of 0 and a given duration. The first 4 bytes (1 to 4) of the ring tone data compose the ring tone UID (see section 7 for details). The next 42 bytes (5 to 46) contain the ring tone name in UCS2 format (i.e. 2 bytes per character). Ring tone names can have up to 20 characters and are null terminated (42 bytes = 20 characters * 2 bytes + #0 * 2 bytes). If ring tone names are shorter than 20 characters the remaining name bytes are undefined but must be present. The following byte (47) must always be set to 1 in custom ring tones. (Note: It is set to 0 in factory ring tones.) The next byte (48) specifies the number of tones. The ring tone data ends with pairs of 2 frequency bytes (low byte and high byte) and 2 duration bytes (low byte and high byte) for each tone.
Siemens S40 proprietary AT command reference 8.6 WAP settings The coding scheme of WAP settings is unknown.
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Applications Outgoing calls Answered calls Missed calls Phone books Status Calculator Dictaphone Calendar IrDA operation WAP Browser Messages
Network services Call divert Call barring Call waiting Call back Calling name presentation Call deflection Closed user group Network selection Selection mode Preferred list Country list Network types Tones setup Ringing tone Message tone Broadcast tone Your own ring tone Key tone Silent mode Trembler Factory settings Phone setup Language IrDA Backlight Handsfree Greeting Signal diode Graphics Owner ID Call setup Caller ID Speed dialling Caller access Automatic redialling Any key answer Call timers and charge Incoming call setup Line selection Message setup Send SMS setup Broadcast setup Sorting of messages WAP browser setup Text input setup Calendar setup Set time Set date Display time and date Set start of day Remove entries Security PIN code on/off and change Change PIN 2 code SIM lock Change network password Encryption indication Fixed dialling on/off Barred dialling on/off Keypad lock Line lock
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Learn how to get your phone ready for action, and how to make and receive calls.
Battery and charging
Remove the battery lid by pressing and sliding it towards yourself. Slide the battery lid back into position.
Insert the charger plug at the bottom of the telephone, and it will start charging immediately. Fully charging the battery takes up to 120 minutes, depending on the type of charger used.
Facts & Tips
When your battery needs recharging, the phone will emit a short warn During charging the top icon of the battery indicator will animate a charging sequence changinging from to. When the battery is fully and the indicators charged, the top icon will turn permanently into beneath it will be filled. In the Setup menu under Graphics you can choose other kinds of battery indicator symbols. To maintain an accurate battery capacity indication, it is recommended to let the battery discharge completely from time to time. It is possible to use your phone during charging.
Insert the battery. Please make sure that the contact pins are facing against each other.
ing tone and inform you in the display that the battery needs charging, and the LED on top of the telephone will emit a fast red flash. If you dont connect the charger within a short while, the telephone will switch off automatically. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take up to 15 minutes
When removing the battery your phone should always be switched off. The on/off key is the left-hand function key on your phone.
before any information is shown in the display.
Press 1 and pull out the charger plug.
The phone will inform you when the charger has been connected correctly.
Insert SIM card
Before you can make a call with your mobile phone, you need to insert the SIM card. Switch off your phone. Remove the battery lid and the battery. Open the SIM card holder by sliding the catch towards yourself and lifting the holder. Insert the SIM card in the holder with its cut-off corner pointing up and left. Close the holder and slide the catch back into place. Insert the battery, attach the battery lid to the phone and switch the phone on. Enter PUK or PIN code, if requested, and confirm by pressing (OK). The phone will display a welcome greeting.
To avoid making calls accidentally while carrying your phone, you can lock the keypad: Press Press (MENU)
Using the keypad
Each key on your phones keypad contains a number of characters. The keypad can be operated in 4 ways: Alphanumeric grid and wheel mode, T9 mode, which is very useful in connection with SMS messages, plus digit-only mode. Switching between the different modes is done by pressing the side key on the right-hand of the phone. Press CLEAR briefly to delete one character. Press CLEAR for one second to delete the entire text. grid mode Press the relevant key for the intended letter, e.g. B. Now a table is shown in the display. Press the key corresponding to the intended letter (B = 2). Which characters available on each key will depend on the keypad language you have selected for your phone (see p. 64). Additional language specific characters are accessed by pressing. The first letter will always be capitalized, which is indicated by the symbol in the upper right-hand corner of the display. The second letter will automatically be lowercase. Press if you want to enter a capital letter again. The caps lock function is enabled by pressing twice. As long as the caps lock is active, the symbol will be seen in the upper right-hand corner of the display. Press again to disable the caps lock function. Press if you want to enter digits. Press the relevant key to enter the intended digit. To get punctuation and symbols press. You now have access to five different pages, each containing up to 9 symbols. You can scroll through the pages using the arrow keys. Press the relevant key to enter the intended symbol, e.g. on page one, 7 corresponds to @. wheel mode The characters available on each key can be seen in the table below. 4 times. Press it once again to deactivate the function. mode T9 Text Input is a feature enabling you to more easily use SMS messaging. The T9 feature allows you to compose text messages with only one keypress per letter. See p. 40. mode In this mode you can enter only digits.
Press once to enter the first character, twice to enter the second character, etc. Press 3 times if you want to enter a capital letter. To activate the caps lock function, press
Your telephone contains a complete address book similar to the address book on a PC. Just follow the instructions below to store an entry. See on p. 12 how to use the keypad on your phone. Press SELECT to access the name box. Enter the name and press OK. Press box. to move to the next The telephone will now ask you whether you want to store the new entry. If you press YES, the phone will store the new entry. If you press NO, the phone will ask you whether you want to go back to the entry. If you press NO at this stage, all new data will be discarded and deleted. If you press YES, the phone will revert to for possible changes.
The availability, name and functions of this menu depend completely on your network operator and/or your SIM card. If this menu item is available on your SIM card, you will always see it as the first menu in the List menu. The menu is typically used for providing information like news, weather forecasts, lottery or banking services.
View names/phone numbers of you latest calls received but not answered
View your events New event View week planner Go to other date Delete events automatically
Inbox for received SMS messages Outbox for SMS messages ready to be sent Sent messages Drafts for unspecified messages ready to be sent Favourite messages Send new messages Read broadcast messages Check your voice mail
Access to different options with your address and phone books
Receiving Synchronization and data Send business card
View the status of your SIM card, address and phone books, voice memos, and messages
View names/phone numbers of your latest outgoing calls
Access to the Internet
Use your phone as a standard calculator
View names/phone numbers of your latest answered calls
Find, add or delete voice memos
Remember that indicates that the option depends on your SIM card and therefore may not be available.
Enter the List menu by pressing Select one of the following options Direct access to the list of missed calls When you have missed one or more calls, the symbol is shown in your standby display together with the number of missed calls. You get direct access to the list of missed calls simply by pressing.
Phone book editing
Enter the List menu by pressing Select Phone books Select Address book or one of the phone books Press OPTION Select one of the following options. Call: If the entry is stored in your address book and contains more than one number, you will have to specify whether you want to call the home, the office or the mobile phone number. Edit: You can edit the contents of the entry, e.g. change the office phone number. Use the arrow keys to move from one edit box of the entry to another. Select the edit box you want to edit, make your corrections and press OK. Use CLEAR to delete faulty characters and enter the correct ones via the keypad. Press SAVE when you have finished your corrections. The telephone will ask you to confirm the changes. If you press YES the changes are stored automatically. If you press NO, the phone will ask you whether you want to go back to the entry. If you press NO at this stage, all new data will be discarded and deleted. If you press YES, the phone will revert to
Choose a group name which is short and unambiguous as like Business, Family or Friends. Groups are marked by a front of them. When calling a number or receiving a call from a number which is assigned to a group, both the names of the caller and the group will be shown in the display. in
Enter the List menu by pressing Select Status Dictaphone This submenu shows you the status of your voice memos. See how many voice memos you have stored and the total time consumption. The free capacity will be shown as a percentage.
Enter the List menu by pressing Select Calculator In this mode, your telephone acts as a normal calculator. The equals sign (=) is found on the right-hand function key. Enter the first number you want to use in your calculation and hold down the relevant key for one second to access the desired arithmetic operation. Key 9 Operation Addition (+) Multiplication (*) Square function (x2) Subtraction (-) Division (/) Square root () Percentage (%) Fractions (1/x) Exponent (E) 0 M+ or decimal point (press briefly) MC MR or -/+ (neg./pos.) (press briefly)
In this menu you can see the status of your SIM card, address and phone books, voice memos, and messages. SIM card This submenu shows you the status of your phone books and SMS messages. See how many entries you have stored and how many storage locations are free. Phone This submenu shows you the status of your address book, your messages, and your calendar. See how many entries, messages, and events you have stored, and how many groups you have created. The free capacity will be shown as a percentage.
If you store a number in the memory, this is indicated in the display by an M. You can access the memory by pressing or the key (MR). The number will remain in the memory after you switch off your phone.
By pressing you can open a list showing which arithmetic operator is placed on which key. An arithmetic operation can then be selected directly from the list by briefly pressing the assigned key. Press in the list to see the speand keys
cial functions of the when pressed briefly.
The calculator will remain active in the display for 3 minutes. If you want to get back to standby mode, press
Enter the List menu by pressing Select Messages If you do not store a broadcast message, it will be deleted when you switch off your telephone even if the message has not been read. In addition to reading a broadcast, you can select it, press OPTION and: delete it store it for reading it later on forward it to another phone number If you want to receive broadcast messages, you have to enter the Setup menu (see p. 62) to set up this feature. Voice mail Some networks offer a voice mail function where you can listen to your voice mails just by selecting the submenu Voice mail. Other networks send you an SMS message when you receive a new voice mail, and you will then have to call your network operators voice mail number to listen to it.
Favourites Instead of entering your own message you can make use of the "Favourites" which are standard messages already stored in your phone. You only need to insert the name, place or time in the empty spaces. The cursor automatically points to the first empty space. Once you have filled this in, you can move the cursor to the next empty space simply by pressing NEXT. Broadcasts Broadcasts are general messages which are sent to a group of subscribers, typically containing local weather reports, sports results, etc. A broadcast message is scrolled twice over the display. If you do not see the message when it is received, you can read it later on by selecting Broadcasts.
Find out how to set your phone according to your own personal wishes and needs.
If you have selected Roaming, i.e. if you are abroad and connected to a foreign network, you may be able to receive broadcasts from other networks, too. The phone will show the broadcast ID number, allowing you to identify the kind of message received. The phone will show on which line your voice mail is located.
Enter the Setup menu: Press MENU Scroll through the options: and Select an option: Press SELECT or OK Go back one level: Press EXIT Go back to standby: Hold down EXIT Here is a brief overview of the options that may be available when you enter the Setup menu. The options are described in detail on the following pages.
Call divert Call barring Call waiting Call back Calling name presentation Call deflection Closed user group
Language IrDA Backlight Handsfree Greeting Signal diode Graphics Owner ID
Send SMS setup Broadcast setup Sorting of messages WAP browser setup Text input setup
Set time Set date Display time and date Define start of day Remove events automatically
Automatic/manual selection Preferred list Country selection Selection of network type
Outgoing call ID Speed dial Caller access Automatic redial Any key answer Timer & charge Incoming call setup (fax/data) Line selection
PIN code on/off and change of PIN code Change PIN2 code SIM lock on/off Change network password Encryption indication on/off Fixed dialling on/off Barred dialling on/off Keypad lock Line lock
Ringing tone Message tone Broadcast tone Composer (your own tone) Key tone Silent mode Trembler Factory settings
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Network services
Different options of call divert
All calls Divert all calls made to your phone. If unanswered This is an umbrella function that covers the next three options at the same time; i.e. it diverts calls to your phone: if your line is busy if you do not reply if there is no contact to the network If busy Divert your calls if your phone is busy. If no reply Divert your calls if you do not reply. If no contact Divert your calls if there is no contact to the network.
Status Check if your phone is diverted in any of the possible ways. Cancel all Cancel all your call diverts.
If you want to divert your incoming calls to another phone number, you have to: Select one of the five call divert options. Register your call divert.
Register your call divert
Having selected one of the five above call divert options, you must select Register to register it with the network operator. Your telephone will guide you through the following steps: Teleservice type Specify whether you want the call divert to apply to all services, speech, data or fax services. Divert delay (only if you have selected to divert If no reply or If unanswered). Specify the period of time that should elapse before the call is diverted. You can choose Default delay or select a period from 5 to 30 seconds.
This feature allows you to limit the number of callers from which you will accept calls. You can select whether you want to receive calls from All callers, from a Single caller or from a Group of callers. You will then be asked to define the entries from which you will accept calls. As long as the caller access feature is activated, you will see this symbol in the display. If you receive a call from a number from which you dont allow calls, the call will automatically be rejected. You will be informed about the rejected call by the symbol in the display
Outgoing call ID
Select Outgoing call ID to choose whether or not the persons you call should be able to see your phone number.
Deactivating Speed dial enables you to enter letters, symbols and digits in the standby display and thus enter a USSD message containing both letters and digits. USSD (Unstructured Supple-
Activate Speed dial to make it possible to call numbers in your address or phone books from the standby display by pressing only one key. Select Define and specify which phone number you want to assign to the keys 1 to 9. If you should later want to change something in the sequence of the allocated speed dial numbers, press SELECT and then select Modify. If you want to remove the phone
Any key answer
You can answer an incoming call by pressing any key you like, except the left-hand function key and the arrow key, by selecting Any key answer on.
Do not confuse Auto redial with the call back function described on p. 49. In the Call back function, the network automatically connects you to the busy subscriber when he is no longer engaged. Resetting of timers and setup of call charge may require you to enter your PIN2 code.
mentary Service Data) is a feature completely defined by your network awhich allows direct communication between you and your network. An example of using USSD could be if entering a certain code of digits and/or letters terminated by # tells your network to send you a list of charges.
Time and charge
The time and charge menu offers you the possibility of checking the duration and cost of your calls.
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Call setup
Some network operators offer Alternate Line Service. This allows you to use two separate speech lines and phone numbers on the same telephone. If you have two separate lines, you can switch between these by entering this sub menu
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Message setup
Call types (fax/data)
This menu is relevant only if you are using your phone for fax and data communications! The settings on this menu should be changed only in connection with fax and data transmissions, if necessary. Fax and data capability will require a separate data interface kit (optional).
Send SMS setup
To be able to send and receive SMS messages you must store the name and number of the service centre of your network operator. However, many network operators will already have stored this information and some other necessary parameters for you on your SIM card. Service centre The service centre is where your SMS messages are forwarded to the recipient. Selecting this submenu gives you the following options: View centres: A list of already defined service centres will be presented to you. Press OPTION if you want to edit or delete one of the service centres.
Under the edit option you can change the name and number of the service centre, enter a destination number to which you want your messages to be sent, change the validity time and teleservice type. Default centre: Select the service centre through which you want your messages to be sent. If you select No default, you will be asked to enter the service centre number, validity time and teleservice type each time you send a message. Contact your network operator to get the service centre number if it is not stored on your SIM card, and then proceed as follows: Select Add new centre and press OK. Press EDIT. Enter the service centre name and press OK.
Enter the service centre number, destination number, and select the validity time and teleservice type in the same way. Press SAVE.
Remember to add "+" and the national code before the number of your service centre so you can also send SMS messages from abroad. If you often send messages to the same number it is an advantage to store this as your Destination num-
ber. You will thus only have to confirm and not reenter the number each time you want to send a message. The validity time is the period of time that an SMS message will remain with your service centre if for some reason it cannot be delivered right away.
In the standby display a small number on the left or right-hand side of the signal strength indicator informs you whether you are on line one or line two (only if you have Alternate Line Service).
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Message setup The period during which you can receive this kind of confirmation corresponds to the validity time selected by you in the Message setup menu. Activation Select whether you want the broadcast function to be activated.
For more information on broadcasts, see p. 42.
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Message setup Keypad alphabet Set the keypad to a language corresponding to the alphabet of your local language or another language of your own choice.
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Calendar setup Date Select Set date to set and/or edit the current date. Enter the current date or use the arrow keys to edit the displayed date. Press NEXT and enter the month or use the arrow keys to change it. Press NEXT to jump to the year and enter/edit it. Select Set date format to specify the sequence in which you want the date to be shown, e.g. date, month and year. Display Select whether you want the time and/or the date to be shown in the display. Start of day If the start and end times of the day in your calendar do not fit with your actual working day, you can change them according to your wishes by selecting Start of day and then End of day Remove events You can choose that all events should be removed automatically from your calendar after a certain period specified by you.
Text input setup
In this submenu you have various options related to the different text editors and to the keypad. T9 editor Select whether you want the T9 text input feature to be activated or deactivated. T9 language Here you can change the language of the T9 text input. Startup mode Select the text editor mode which you want to be the default for entering information in your address and phone books or writing messages. If you have deactivated the T9 text input feature it will not be an option here.
You can select to have the time and date shown in the standby display by entering this menu. You have the following options: Time Select Set time to set and/or edit the current time. Enter the current hour or use the arrow keys to edit the displayed hour. Press NEXT and enter the minutes or use the arrow keys to edit them. Select Set time format to specify whether you want a 12- or 24-hour display. If you have selected a 12-hour display, you can switch between am and pm with the arrow keys.
As long as the time/date function is active, all outgoing, incoming and missed calls as well as messages, voice memos and events will be time/date stamped. The time/date indication in the display will disappear if the battery runs completely out of power. You must then set time and date again. A recurring event cannot be removed automatically. You will not be notified when an event is removed automatically.
To benefit the most from the T9 text input you should choose the same language for T9 and for the keypad. Otherwise T9 will not be able to store new words in the linguistic database.
Enter the Setup menu by pressing MENU Select Security Entering the Security menu gives you different possibilities of preventing misuse of your SIM card and your telephone, e.g. if your phone is lost or stolen.
Change your PIN2 code (used on some SIM cards to access special functions).
Get a warning in the display and a sound alarm, if you connect to a network which does not support encryption.
Select whether you want the barred dialling function to be on or off (only available if you have defined and stored numbers in the barred dialling phone book (p. 16).
Link your telephone and your SIM card together by activating the SIM lock. You will be asked to enter a 6 to 16 digit code of your own choice. This means that if for instance your phone is stolen, it cannot be used together with another SIM card.
If you enter an invalid PIN code three times, your SIM card will be blocked, and to unblock it you have to enter the PUK code supplied by your network operator. This procedure prevents unauthorised persons from working out your PIN code by repeatedly entering different combinations of numbers. For your own sake, remember to write down your SIM lock code to be able to deactivate the lock at a later time. You have 10 attempts before the phone is blocked. The phone will inform you how many tries you have left before the SIM card is blocked. If you enter an invalid PUK code 10 times, your SIM card will be permanently blocked and you have to contact your network operator.
Arrows mean that there are more functions which you can access by scrolling up or down.
New SMS message New voice mail Unread message On: There are still unread messages. Flashing: The memory is full. SMS message
Occurring/Missed event The digit indicates how many events you have missed. Recurring event Event occurs today
Microphone off Volume level
Indicates volume level when adjusting.
Text input symbols
Alphanumeric grid mode Alphanumeric wheel mode T9 text input mode Numeric mode Caps lock indicator Upper case indicator
Calling indicators Battery low
Your battery needs recharging. The percentage tells you how much capacity you have left. Incoming call Incoming fax Incoming data call Missed calls The digit indicates how many calls you have missed. Caller access The Caller access feature is activated.
Ringing tone off All tones off
Indicates that all tones have been disabled.
WAP connection indicators
Ongoing data call
The more signal bars displayed, the better the radio connection.
Calculator Call diversion
On: All calls to your mobile phone are diverted to another telephone number. Flashing: The status of your call diverts is unknown. Network available Network not available List of arithmetic operators in the calculator menu.
List menu Address and phone book entries
The individual entries have different identification symbols. Address book entry Phone book entry Group folder for address book entries
Display and keypad backlight
The backlight switches on automatically when you press a key. In standby mode, the light will automatically switch off if no key is pressed for 10 seconds or more.
This product uses frequency bands whose use is harmonized within the European Community area. This product is intended to be connected to the Pan-European GSM public telecommunications network. GSM900 Class 4 (2 Watts) Frequency range 880-960 MHz GSM1800 Class 1 (1 Watt) Frequency range 1710-1880 Mhz GSM1900 Class 1 (1 Watt) Frequency range 1850-1990 Mhz Weight: 97 g Size: 112 x 44 x 22 mm Operating voltage: 3.7 V Any attempt to modify, translate, reverse-engineer, de-compile or disassemble any part of the Phone.Com Software is prohibited. Power consumption: Max. 650 mAh Operating temperature: -10 +55 celcius Standby time: Up to 260 hours Talk time: Up to 360 minutes Licenses: T9 Text Input is a registered trademark of Tegic Communications. T9 is licensed under one or more of the following U.S. Patents: 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928, 6,011,554 and additional patents are pending worldwide. Your WAP browser is licensed from:
Declaration of Conformity
We, Siemens Mobile Phones A/S Industrivej 30 DK-9490 Pandrup Denmark declare under sole responsibility that the products: Siemens S40 Siemens S42 manufactured by Flextronics International Danmark A/S Industrivej 30 DK-9490 Pandrup Denmark to which this declaration relates, are in conformity with the following standards and/or other normative documents: EN 301 419-1 EN 301 419-2 Draft EN EN ETS 300 342-1 ES (following the provisions of EC Council Recommendation 1999/519/EEC) We hereby declare that tests have been conducted, test results evaluated and that the above named products are in conformity with the essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EEC. The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10(5) and detailed in Annex V of Directive 1999/5/EEC has been followed with the involvement of the Notified Body: BABT Claremont House 34 Molesey Road Walton-on-Thames KT 12 4RQ United Kingdom Identification mark: 0168 The technical documentation relevant to the above equipment will be held at Siemens Mobile Phones A/S Industrivej 30 DK-9490 Pandrup Denmark
Pandrup, October 16, 2000
Oluf Kristensen Regulatory Affairs
Manfred Heier Managing Director
Car Kit Comfort Plus Car Charger Data Cable Li-Ion 650 mAh Battery Travel Charger Desktop Charger Headset with PTT
See the enclosed accessory folder for more detailed information.
Address book Add to group Answered calls Answering a call Any key answer Applications (SAT) Automatic redial Backlight Barring calls Barred dialling Barred numbers Battery Battery indicator Bookmarks Broadcast setup Broadcast tone Broadcasts Business card Calculator Calendar Call back Call barring Call deflection Call divert 59 56, 46 Call setup Charge Call waiting Caller access Calling Calling Line ID (CLI) Calling name presentation Change group Change PIN code Charge battery Clock Closed user group Composer Conference calls Confirmation Continuing calls Conversation menu Copy an entry Country selection Create a group Currency/Call charge Data/fax transmission Date and time Delete a group Delete a message 37 Delete an entry Delete events Dictaphone Disabling all tones Display date Display symbols Display texts Display time Diverting calls Drafts Dropping a held call Dropping an active call Duration of last call Duration of total calls Edit an old message Edit an entry Emergency calls Encryption indication Events Extension numbers Factory settings, tones Find an entry Fixed dialling Fixed numbers 24 32, 10, 23 8, Getting started Graphics Greeting Go to date Groups Handsfree Holding a call 70 Line selection List menu Options during conversation Outgoing calls Outgoing call identity Own numbers Own ringing tone Owner ID Phone book editing Phone books Phone setup PIN code PIN2 code Plain numbers Preferred list Prefix telephone numbers Private calls PUK code PUK2 code Putting a call on hold Quick scrolling Reading a message - Broadcast - SMS Recording a conversation 30, 71
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