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6.11.01
S46 US DRAFT
A31008-H5450-A5-*
Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone. We wish you much enjoyment
and pleasure with it.
If you read through the user guide carefully, you will get to know all the
functions of the phone. In particular, please observe the safety and PIN/Secu-
rity precautions).
The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use in TDMA 800,
TDMA 1900, GSM 900, and GSM 1900.
FCC/Industry Canada Notice
Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when using a
telephone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or Industry
Canada can require you to stop using your telephone if such interference can-
not be eliminated. If your require assistance, contact your local service facility.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.
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  • Page 1 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone. We wish you much enjoyment and pleasure with it. If you read through the user guide carefully, you will get to know all the functions of the phone. In particular, please observe the safety and PIN/Secu- rity precautions).
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Contents Safety precautions ........ 3 Location ..........31 Record no..........31 Safety Information......... 4 Store control code ......32 Electronic devices......... 5 Voice control........33 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) ..7 Message (SMS) ........35 Overview of the phone......
  • Page 3 Time zones.......... 65 Accessories ........85 Time/date ........... 65 Explorer..........86 Format date ........65 Siemens Quick Sync software ... 87 Auto phone off ........65 Fax/data mode using a PC ....88 Stopwatch/Countdown ....... 66 Send via .../Print via IrDA....89 Games ..........
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Safety precautions Switch off in hospitals or in the vi- cinity of medical devices, e.g. pacemakers or hearing aids. Mo- The voltage specified on the pow- bile phones can interfere with the er supply must not be exceeded.
  • Page 5: Safety Information

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Safety Information Important: Read this information times even from locality-to-locality before using your wireless handheld within states. For example, some phone. areas may allow persons to use their mobile phones only if they employ a...
  • Page 6: Electronic Devices

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Safety Information Hearing Aids Electronic devices Some digital wireless phones may Most modern electronic equipment interfere with some hearing aids. In is shielded from RF signals. Howev- the event of such interference, you er, certain electronic equipment may...
  • Page 7 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Safety Information Aircraft Emergency Calls FCC and Airline Regulations prohibit Your wireless phone can be used to using your phone while in the air. make emergency calls. Check to Switch OFF your phone before make sure you have a strong enough boarding an aircraft.
  • Page 8: Sar (specific Absorption Rate)

    In general, the TO RADIO WAVES. closer you are to a wireless base sta- tion antenna, the lower the power Your wireless Siemens S46 phone is output. a radio transmitter and receiver. It is Before a phone model is available for...
  • Page 9 A31008-H5450-A5-* SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) For body worn operation, to main- tain compliance with FCC RF expo- sure guidelines, use only Siemens approved accessories. When carry- ing the phone while it is on, use the specific Siemens belt-clip that has been tested for compliance.
  • Page 10: Overview Of The Phone

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Overview of the phone Infrared port (PC communication) Display indicators Signal strength/ battery level. Loudspeaker Left side keys Soft keys • During a call: (service provider) Voice Memo key Volume loud - quiet. Hold down: •...
  • Page 11: Display Symbols

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Display symbols On the phone display (selection): Infrared standby. Displays Infrared transmission. Strength of incoming signal. Headset mode. Charging completed. Additional handset mode. Battery indicator. Car Kit active. All calls are forwarded. Calendar icons Ringer off.
  • Page 12: Getting Started

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Getting Started The phone can be operated in TDMA or GSM mode. You can select one of these two modes as the standard or use automatic selection (p. 81). Not all features are available in any of both modes.
  • Page 13: Insert Sim Card

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Getting Started • Insert SIM card in the carrier Insert SIM card Make sure the angled corner is in The service provider may have sup- the correct position, contacts plied you with a SIM card for GSM pointing in the right direction.
  • Page 14: Remove Battery

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Getting Started Remove battery Insert battery • Unlock battery cover • Insert battery in the phone remove • Remove the battery • Replace battery cover and push gently in the direction of the arrow , until it engages.
  • Page 15: Charge Battery

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Getting Started Charge battery Standby time The battery is not fully charged A fully charged battery provides 60 to 300 when delivered. You should there- hours of standby time or 100 to 360 minutes fore: of talk time.
  • Page 16: Switch On, No Sim

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Getting Started Switch on, no SIM Switch on with SIM If you have no SIM card, the phone If you have inserted a SIM card you can be used only with a limited func- may be requested to enter your PIN tionality.
  • Page 17: After Switching On

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Getting Started Import SIM card Phonebook After switching on When you insert a SIM card for the first time and whenever you change Technology (TDMA/GSM) the SIM card, you are asked whether The phone can be operated in TDMA...
  • Page 18 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Legend The following symbols are used: Menu functions and option menus are represented as: Enter numbers or letters. Function Description On/Off/End key. View Display the selected entry. Hold down: Delete Delete an entry. In menus or lists, go back to standby mode.
  • Page 19: Menu Control Using The Soft Keys

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Menu control using the soft keys Example: Composing an SMS Menu To describe the steps for menu ac- settings cess in this user guide, the following Messages abbreviated notation is used: Î Î Call lists...
  • Page 20 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Menu control using the soft keys Options ------------------------------------ Meeting Send Save Select Write your message. g6HOHFWg Press. Using "T9" to quickly write a text (p. 39): "T9" deduces the correct word from the indi- vidual key entries. You simply press the key...
  • Page 21: Making A Phone Call

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Making a phone call Dialing with number keys End call The phone must be switched on Press the End key briefly. (standby mode). The call is ended. Enter the phone number Press this key even if the person on the (always with prefix, if other end of the line has hung up first.
  • Page 22: When A Number Is Busy

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Making a phone call When a number is busy Redial previous numbers If the called number is busy or can- To redial the phone number last not be reached because of network called: problems, the following options are...
  • Page 23: During A Call

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Making a phone call Set volume During a call You can adjust the hand- set volume with the keys Call waiting on the left-hand side of the phone. You may need to register for this service...
  • Page 24: Swap/conference

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Making a phone call Conference Swap/Conference Open call menu and sel- PHQXg Some functions may not be supported by ect Conference. your service provider. A held call is added (conference call with up to 5 subscribers).
  • Page 25: Send Dtmf Tones

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Making a phone call Call menu Send DTMF tones The following functions are only Activation via the call menu, see left. available during a call: You can enter control codes (digits) during a call so that an answering Open menu.
  • Page 26: Babysitter

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Making a phone call Babysitter Calls are made to only one phone number that is dialed by holding down the right soft key. Switch on Î Î Î Î g0HQXg Î Î Setup Sicherheit Babysitter g6HOHFWg Press.
  • Page 27: Addressbook

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Addressbook You can store up to 400 entries in URL:/SMS: the Addressbook. In TDMA mode, you can store the SMS ad- dress of this specific person at another ser- New entry vice provider here. Open the Addressbook Group: (in standby mode).
  • Page 28: Read/change An Entry

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Addressbook Read/change an entry Phone number Always enter the number with prefix, if nec- You can access all entries via the ad- essary with the international dialing code dress list. (p. 20). Open the Addressbook Text input (in standby mode).
  • Page 29: Call An Entry

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Addressbook Call an entry Addressbook-Menu Open the Addressbook The following functions are available (in standby mode). depending on the current situation: g2SWLRQVg Select a name by enter- Open menu. ing the first letter and/or Save Store entry in the Address- scroll to the name.
  • Page 30: Store Control Code

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Addressbook Store control code Extending numbers Using an external PC program such as Out- You can store phone numbers and ® look , parts of a phone number can be re- control codes (DTMF tones) in the placed by a "? "...
  • Page 31: Sim Phonebook

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* SIM Phonebook The entries in the Phonebook (SIM Phonebook-Menu card only) are managed separately from the Addressbook. You can, The following functions are available however, exchange data between depending on the current situation: the Phonebook and the Address- g2SWLRQVg Open menu.
  • Page 32: Location

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* SIM Phonebook Location Record no. A reference number that is automat- When the Phonebook is open: ically assigned for a new entry is as- Select an entry. signed to each phone number in the Phonebook. You can also dial with...
  • Page 33: Store Control Code

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* SIM Phonebook Store control code Service numbers Numbers that have been provided by your You can store phone numbers and service provider may be stored. With these control codes (DTMF tones) in the numbers you can call local or nationwide in- Phonebook like a normal entry e.g.
  • Page 34: Voice Control

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Voice control Up to 20 phone numbers or func- Voice command for tions can be selected or started by functions Î Î Î Î simply saying a name. Voice dialing g0HQXg Î Î entries are stored in the phone.
  • Page 35 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Voice control Voice control menu Î Î Î Î g0HQXg Î Î Office Voice control Voicedialling Voice command Highlight required entry. g2SWLRQVg Open menu. View Display name and phone number. New record Start a new recording.
  • Page 36: Message (sms)

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) You may transmit and receive mes- The archive function is sages with your phone (up to 160 displayed at the end of a characters in length). message. This moves the message to the ar- Depending on your service provider, chive (p.
  • Page 37: Inbox/outbox

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) Inbox/outbox/archive-Menu Inbox/Outbox Î Î Depending on the situation, diffe- g0HQXg Î Messages rent functions are available Inbox/Outbox g2SWLRQVg Open menu. The list of the saved messages is shown. Reply Open reply menu. View Display entry.
  • Page 38: Use Sms Sample

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) Use SMS sample Compose message Î Î Î Î g0HQXg The following standard messages Messages New SMS are stored in the phone. You only Text input using "T9" need to add the time and date.
  • Page 39 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) Text Menu Information on SMS g2.g Transmission of an SMS is confirmed with Open the text menu. Message sent. Send Dial the number of the ad- Message sent text only indicates that dress or select from the Ad- the message has been transmitted to the dressbook, then send.
  • Page 40: Text Input With "t9

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) Text input with "T9" Press before the word for UP- PERCASE/lowercase or let- "T9" deduces the correct word from ters/digits. the individual key entries by making Blank. Ends a word. comparisons with an extensive dic- tionary.
  • Page 41 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) T9 word suggestions Correct a word If several options are found in the Words that have been created using dictionary for a key sequence (a word), the most frequent one is dis- Move word by word to played first.
  • Page 42: Setup

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Message (SMS) Setup You may need to obtain the re- quired code number from your The transmission characteristics of service provider.. an SMS are defined in a profile (up Validity period to 5). Select the period in which the ser-...
  • Page 43: Bitmap Viewer

    Send via ... (see p. 89) home network's service provider. Load graphic Î Î Ringertones, operator bitmaps, screen- g0HQXg savers and other services for your Siemens Surf & fun Bitmap viewer Mobile Phone can be found at: Bitmap viewer Open. http://www.my-siemens.com/city g2SWLRQVg The menu is opened.
  • Page 44: Wap

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* From the Internet, get the latest Start menu WAP information that is specifically Homepage The connection to the Inter- adapted to the display options of net provider's portal is estab- your phone. Internet access may re-...
  • Page 45: Browser Menu

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* More ... Browser menu Profile Set up to 5 access Menu access is only made when a profiles (p. 45). WAP page is displayed (online or of- Reset Delete the pages last visited fline): (cache).
  • Page 46: Setup

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* You may get further information on Setup the entries from your service provid- Preparation of the phone for Internet access depends on the service pro- Profile Name the profile or rename a vider currently used: name: default name.
  • Page 47 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Activate profile Your Internet browser is licensed by: Profiles 1 standard H&RPPHUFH 3 profile 3 Options Activate Activate a profile to establish the In- ternet connection. Î Î Î Surf & fun g0HQXg Surf also with GPRS (p. 83).
  • Page 48: Operating Instructions

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Enter the Internet address (URL) Operating instructions Menu access is made as soon as WAP pages are displayed (online or Changing the home page offline). The address of the home page is set Open the browser in the (access) profile.
  • Page 49: Voice Message/mailbox

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Voice message/Mailbox Most service providers offer you an Forwarding number external answering service. In this Calls are diverted to this phone num- mailbox, a caller may leave a voice ber. To set it up: Î...
  • Page 50: Cell Broadcast

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Cell broadcast New topic Cell broadcast New topic Select. Some service providers offer infor- • If no topic index is available (see mation services (info channels) such "Topic retrieval", page 50), enter a as area codes, stock markets etc.
  • Page 51: Sim Services

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Cell broadcast/SIM services Topic index SIM services The list of the topics currently pro- Your service provider can offer spe- vided by your service provider is dis- cial applications such as homebank- played for you to choose from.
  • Page 52: Records

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Records Your phone stores the phone num- Calls dialled bers of calls for convenient redialing. Î g0HQXg Access the last phone numbers you Records dialed. Select required call list Fast access in standby and select the number mode.
  • Page 53: Time/charge

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Time/charge You can display the charge details Charge/unit and the duration of calls as you (PIN 2 needed) speak as well as setting a unit limit Enter the charges per unit/period. for outgoing calls. Account limit...
  • Page 54: Divert

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Divert You can set the conditions for which All calls calls are forwarded to your mailbox All calls are diverted. or other numbers. Î Symbol in the top line of g0HQXg Divert the display in standby mode.
  • Page 55 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Divert Status check Note that the divert is stored in the network and not in the phone (when the SIM card is You can check the current divert sta- changed for example). tus for all conditions.
  • Page 56: Dictaphone

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Dictaphone With voice recording you can Using the side keys We recommend using the keys on Dictaphone the side of the phone to control the 03/12/2002 05:30p voice functions. Customer query Shopping Options Loud Recording/ •...
  • Page 57 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Dictaphone Using the soft keys Î Î g0HQXg Office Dictaphone The list of the recordings is opened. g2SWLRQVg Open menu. New record Select. g5HFRUGg Start recording g3DXVHg recording pause). g6WRSg End recording. g6DYHg Store and assign a name.
  • Page 58: Organiser

    When an appointment with alarm is weeks. reached, you will hear a beep. Display the weekly view. ® Synchronizing with Outlook Display the daily view With the Siemens Quick Sync software, you (agenda). can synchronize your organizer with your ® Outlook Calendar (p. 86).
  • Page 59: Appointments

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Organiser Date:/End date: Appointments Î Î Î Start date, end date if necessary. g0HQXg Office Organiser Reoccurrence: Appointments Select periods for repeating the ap- pointment. All appointments/tasks of the day are displayed in chronological order.
  • Page 60: Tasks

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Organiser Describe the task briefly. A total of 50 appointments can be entered. An alarm sounds even when the phone is If necessary, enter date switched off. To deactivate it, press any key. and time.
  • Page 61: Alarm Clock

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Organiser Alarm clock Missed alarms Î Î Î Î Î Î Office Organiser Office g0HQXg g0HQXg Alarm clock Organiser Missed alarms Use this function to set a single time for the alarm call. The alarm sounds...
  • Page 62: Notes

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Organiser Read entry Notes Î Î Î Notes g0HQXg Office Organiser <New entry> Notes Shopping list T9 support (p. 39) makes writing memos, e.g. shopping lists, easier Office for you. Protect confidential data Options with the phone code (p. 78).
  • Page 63: Businesscard

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Businesscard You may create your own business Businesscard-Menu card and transmit it to another GSM g2SWLRQVg Phone (with IrDA capability) or a suit- Open menu. able PC/printer using infrared tech- Send via ... (see p. 89) nology.
  • Page 64: Calculator

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Calculator Î Î Office Calculator g0HQXg Calculator functions Enter number (up to 8 press repeatedly for: g  g digits). Decimal point. Select calculator func-  g tion (repeatedly press Result. the right soft key). Addition. Repeat procedure with other numbers if neces- Subtraction.
  • Page 65: Currency Conv

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Currency conv. Î Î Office Currency conv. Convert g0HQXg You may store up to three different Any combination of calculations may currencies. be made between the entered cur- rencies. Enter exchange rate Select a combination of To convert, enter at least two curren- currencies.
  • Page 66: Clock

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Clock Î Î g0HQXg Office Clock Format date Time zones Set the date format with 24h or 12h clock: Set the time zone for your area. DD.MM.YYYY a/p Select the required time zone from the list.
  • Page 67: Stopwatch/countdown

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Stopwatch/Countdown Stopwatch-Menu Stopwatch Î Î g2SWLRQVg Open menu. g0HQXg Surf & fun Stopwatch Save Record the time(s) taken and Display the time down to one thou- assign a symbol to them. sandth of a second. Two intermedi- Rename Rename the entry selected.
  • Page 68: Games

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Games Î Î Î Î g0HQXg Surf & fun Games Select a game in the list and have fun! Game instructions You will find special instructions for each game in the option menu. g2SWLRQVg Provides tips on how to...
  • Page 69: Profiles

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Profiles If a profile is used, several settings Setup are made with one function. Edit a default profile or create a new • Five profiles are standard with de- personal profile: fault settings. However, they can be changed: Select profile.
  • Page 70: Headset

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Profiles Headset Airplane mode If an original Siemens Headset is All alarms are deactivated. used, the profile is activated auto- It is not possible to modify this profile matically as soon as the phone is •...
  • Page 71: Favourites

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Favourites Î Favourites Change g0HQXg Combine your own menu with fre- You can replace each preset entry (1- quently-used functions and phone 10) with another entry from the list numbers. of your favorites. The list of the 10 entries available is Select the required entry.
  • Page 72: Fast Access Key

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Fast access key The left soft key and the keys 2 to 9 Left soft key (speed dialing numbers) can each be assigned an important phone num- The left soft key can be used for fast ber or a function.
  • Page 73: Speed Dialing Keys

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Fast access key Apply Speed dialing keys Select a stored phone number or Digit keys 2 to 9 can be used as start a stored application speed dialing numbers for fast ac- (e.g. Games). cess. For available key assignment In standby mode: see page 71.
  • Page 74: Audio

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Audio You can set the tones that sound in Silent alert specific situations to suit your partic- ular taste. To avoid being disturbed by the ring- Î Î er, you can activate the vibration g0HQXg Audio alarm of the phone instead.
  • Page 75: Minute Beep

    When a melody has been received, an icon appears above the left soft key. Press this key to start the melody manager. Ringertones, operator bitmaps, screen- savers and other services for your Siemens Mobile Phone can be found at: http://www. my-siemens.com/city...
  • Page 76: Compose Melody

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Audio Î Î g0HQXg Melody manager-Menu Audio select a function: g2SWLRQVg Open menu. Play Play the current melody. Compose melody Save as... Store melody on Individual Individual 4 or on the Explorer You can also compose one-voice melodies yourself.
  • Page 77: Setup

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Screensaver Device Î Î The screensaver shows a graphic on g0HQXg Î Setup the display after a period of time Device which the user can set. It protects Select a function. the phone against unauthorized use, like the key lock (p.
  • Page 78 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Î Î g0HQXg Î Setup Status Device Select a function. Factory settings The phone is reset to the default val- Keys ues (does not apply to SIM card and network settings). Any key to answer...
  • Page 79: Security

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Change PIN Security You can change the PIN to any The phone and SIM card can be pro- 4 to 8 digit number (i.e. a number tected against misuse by several se- you may find easier to remember).
  • Page 80 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Î Î C03:C Î Setup This SIM only Security (phone code protected) select a function: Your phone cannot be operated with a different SIM card. Babysitter (phone code protected) Calls can only be made to one phone...
  • Page 81: Network

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Preferred network Network The service providers you prefer af- Depending on the technology (GSM ter your home service provider are or TDMA) used, the descriptions of displayed in this list (e.g. if there are individual functions may vary.
  • Page 82 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Î Î Î C03:C Setup Network Outgo. access then select a function: All outgoing calls except emergency number 112 are barred. Mode of operation Outgoing international The phone can be operated in TDMA Only national calls can be made.
  • Page 83: User Group

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup User group Call Î Î Î Î C03:C C03:C Î Î Setup Setup User group Call select a function: select a function: If offered by the service provider, Call waiting this service enables groups to be formed.
  • Page 84: Datenaustausch

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Setup Data services Datenaustausch Î Î Select Browser (p. 45). Select the re- C03:C Î Setup quired profile from the list. Datenaustausch GPRS settings or select settings: select a function: GPRS set- APN: GPRS tings Enter the address of your service provider.
  • Page 85: Time/date

    PC and the phone: 115,2 Kbit/s 57,6 Kbit/s 38,4 Kbit/s 19,2 Kbit/s To ensure optimum data flow when connecting your phone to a comput- er with a cable, we recommend you use only the original Siemens acces- sories: Datacable Professional...
  • Page 86: Accessories

    Î C03:C Î Setup Accessories select a function: Headset If an original Siemens headset is used, the profile is activated auto- matically as soon as the headset is plugged in. User-definable settings: Auto answer (factory default: off) Calls are automatically accepted af- ter the 3rd ring.
  • Page 87: Explorer

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Explorer To organize your files, you can use Flex. Memory menu the Flex. Memory just like a PC file g2SWLRQVg Open menu manager. The Flex. Memory assigns Depending on whether you have special folders to different data...
  • Page 88: Siemens Quick Sync Software

    Connection Phone and PC must be intercon- nected via infrared or cable. To ensure optimum data flow when connecting your phone to a comput- er with a cable, we recommend you use only the original Siemens acces- sories: Datacable Professional...
  • Page 89: Fax/data Mode Using A Pc

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Fax/data mode using a PC Î Î Î Î Î Î Setup Setup g0HQXg g0HQXg Î Connectivity Connectivity Fax/data mode Fax/data mod. Send vce/fax With the phone connected to a PC, you can transmit and receive faxes Set this function on the phone before and data.
  • Page 90: Send Via

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Send via .../Print via IrDA Send via ... The phone offers several options to transmit or receive messages and data via various transmission routes. The relevant option menus offer ac- cess to this function: Addressbook entries, appoint- ments, memos, etc.
  • Page 91: Siemens Service

    Argentinien ..Siemens..... 0 80 08 88 98 78 Malaysia....Siemens ....03 79 52 51 84 Australien..Siemens....18 00 62 24 14 Malta ....Siemens ..00 35 32 14 94 06 32 Bahrain....Siemens......40 42 34 Marokko ....Setel S.A....22 66 92 32 Bangladesch ..
  • Page 92: Troubleshooting

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Troubleshooting If problems occur when using the phone, try to find a solution here first. If the problem persists, contact your service provider or the Siemens Service. Problem Possible causes Possible corrective measures Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long Press On/Off key for at least two seconds.
  • Page 93 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Troubleshooting Problem Possible causes Possible corrective measures No connection to Signal weak. Move higher, to a window or open space. network. Outside range. Check service provider coverage map. Fixed mode. Switch mode or it to automatic (p. 81).
  • Page 94 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Troubleshooting Problem Possible causes Possible corrective measures Message cannot be Some service providers do not support Check with your service provider. sent. this service. Phone number of the service center is Set service center (p. 41).
  • Page 95: Specifications

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Specifications with the FCC guidelines (and those Declaration of conformity standards). For additional informati- on concerning exposure to radio fre- Exposure to radio frequency sig- quency signal, see the statement by nals the FDA at the end of this user gui-...
  • Page 96: Maintenance

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Maintenance Maintenance tips • The SIM card should be treated with the same care as a credit card. Do not bend or scratch it or expose it to static electricity. • Clean the card with a damp cloth or an anti-static wipe without chemical cleaning agents.
  • Page 97: Accessories

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Accessories Basics Car Solutions Li-Ion Battery (850 mAh) Car Charger Connection to dashboard (12/24 Volt) by Travel Charger simply plugging into the cigarette lighter Like a standard charger, but with automatic socket. Kit with cradles.
  • Page 98: U.s. Fda

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* U.S. FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health Con- sumer Update on Mobile Phones FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mo- bile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following sum-...
  • Page 99 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* U.S. FDA How much evidence is there that hand-held mobile phones might be harmful? Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; however, research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence is conflicting and many of the studies that have been done to date have suffered from flaws in their research methods.
  • Page 100 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* U.S. FDA 2. Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess the ef- fects of exposure to mobile phone RF on genetic material. These included tests for sever-al kinds of abnormalities, including mutations, chromosomal aberrations, DNA strand breaks, and structural changes in the genetic materi- al of blood cells called lymphocytes.
  • Page 101 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* U.S. FDA In summary, we do not have enough information at this point to assure the public that there are, or are not, any low incident health problems associated with use of mobile phones. FDA continues to work with all parties, including...
  • Page 102 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* U.S. FDA Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions at this time, FDA has urged the mobile phone industry to take a number of steps to assure public safety. The agency has recommended that the industry: •...
  • Page 103 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* U.S. FDA People who must conduct extended conversations in their cars every day could switch to a type of mobile phone that places more distance between their bodies and the source of the RF , since the exposure level drops off dra- matically with distance.
  • Page 104: Index

    6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Index Car Kit (headset) ....69, 85 Car solutions ......96 Accepted calls ......51 CB services ........ 49 Accessories ....... 96 Charge display ......52 Addressbook Charging (battery) ...... 14 call entry ........ 28 Clock ........
  • Page 105 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Index Folders (explorer) ....... 86 load ........74 Forwarding ........ 23 select ........74 Frequency range ......80 Melody manager ......74 Menu quick selection ....... 72 Games ........67 Messages (SMS) ....... 35 Getting started ......13 Microphone off ......
  • Page 106 6.11.01 S46 US DRAFT A31008-H5450-A5-* Index Service center ......41 Service tones ......73 Uppercase and lowercase ... 27, 39 Siemens Service ......90 User group (network) ....82 SIM services ......50 archive ........39 Validity (SMS) ......41 capacity ........

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