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Siemens GSM 900, GSM 1900 User Manual

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31.5.02
01-S46 Intro.fm i 37 U2,Eagle,Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619
Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone.
This user guide is designed to familiarize you with all the functions of your
new phone. While reviewing this guide, please pay particular attention to the
safety and PIN/Security 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 you require assistance, please 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 31.5.02 01-S46 Intro.fm i 37 U2,Eagle,Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Thank you for buying a Siemens mobile phone. This user guide is designed to familiarize you with all the functions of your new phone. While reviewing this guide, please pay particular attention to the safety and PIN/Security precautions.
  • Page 2 31.5.02 S46TOC.FM I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 Contents See also Index at the end of this User Guide...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 Safety Precautions... 1 Safety Information... 2 Electronic devices ...3 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) ... 5 Overview of the phone... 7 ... 7 Display Symbols ... 8 Legend ... 9 Getting Started ... 10 Remove battery cover ...11 Insert SIM card ...11 Insert battery ...12 Charge battery ...12...
  • Page 4 Time/Date ... 83 Accessories ... 84 Flex Memory...85 XTNDConnect Sync Software...86 Fax/Data Mode Using a PC ...87 Send/Print...88 Troubleshooting ...89 Siemens Service ...93 Specifications ...94 Maintenance...96 Accessories ...97 U.S. FDA ...98 Ten Driving Safety Tips...104 Intellectual Property ...106 Index ...107...
  • Page 5 I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 S46TOC.FM 31.5.02...
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    The voltage specified on the power supply must not be exceeded. We recommend you use original Siemens batteries (100% mercu- ry-free) and charging devices. Otherwise, considerable health risks and damage to the product cannot be excluded. Neither the phone nor the...
  • Page 7: Safety Information

    For ar- eas where the use of mobile phones while driving is permitted, Siemens encourages persons to use their phones responsibly and to employ hands-free devices. Also, if using your phone while driving, please: •...
  • Page 8: Electronic Devices

    31.5.02 03-S46 Safe- i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Safety Information Electronic devices Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone. Pacemakers The Health Industry Manufacturer’s Association recommends that a min-...
  • Page 9: Emergency Calls

    31.5.02 03-S46 Safety.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Safety Information Airplanes FCC and Airline Regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Turn your phone OFF before boarding an airplane. Check and comply with the policy of your airline regarding the use of your phone while the airplane is on the ground.
  • Page 10: Sar (specific Absorption Rate)

    THIS SIEMENS S46 PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S RE- QUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your wireless Siemens S46 phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF)
  • Page 11 FCC RF exposure guidelines, use only Siemens approved accessories. When carrying the phone while it is on, use the specific Siemens belt clip that has been tested for compliance. Use of non-Siemens-approved accessories may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.
  • Page 12: Overview Of The Phone

    31.5.02 05-S46 Overview of the phone Infrared port PC communication Display indicators Signal strength, battery level, status icons. Left side buttons During a call: Adjust volume. In menus and lists: Scroll up and down. In standby mode: Press and hold lower button to activate voice control.
  • Page 13: Display Symbols

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 On the phone display (selection): Displays Signal strength. Charging completed. Battery level indicator. All calls are forwarded. Ringer off. Short ringer (beep) only. Ringer sounds only if incoming number is in the address book. Alarm is set.
  • Page 14: Legend

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 This User Guide uses the following symbols: Enter numbers or letters. On/Off/End key. Press: End call or go back one menu level. Press and hold: Turn phone on or off (in standby mode).
  • Page 15: Getting Started

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Your phone operates in either TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) or GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) mode. You can select one of these modes as the standard or use automatic selection (p.
  • Page 16: Remove Battery Cover

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Remove battery cover • Unlock battery cover remove Insert SIM card Your service provider has supplied you with a SIM card for your phone. The SIM card is required for the phone to operate in TDMA or GSM, and it contains important data for your GSM subscription.
  • Page 17: Insert Battery

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Insert battery • Insert battery into the phone • Replace battery cover and push gently in the direction of the arrow until it clicks. Getting Started Charge battery The battery is not fully charged when delivered.
  • Page 18: Turn Phone On

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Standby and talk times A completely charged battery provides up to 200 hours of standby time in GSM mode and up to 150 hours of standby time in TDMA mode. Talk time in GSM mode is up to 360 minutes and up to 150 minutes in TDMA mode.
  • Page 19 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 (service provider) 03/12/02 When the service provider is displayed and the screen appears as above, the phone is in standby mode and ready for use. To return to standby mode, simply press and hold the end key until the standby screen is displayed.
  • Page 20: Phone Settings

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Phone settings Network connection The phone may be operated in either TDMA or GSM networks. When your phone is turned on, it automatically searches for the currently available network (p. 80). Signal strength After the network search has started, your phone’s signal strength...
  • Page 21: Menu Navigation

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 To describe the steps for menu access in this user guide, the following abbreviated notation is used: §Menu§ Messages New SMS Here is an example of composing an SMS (short message): (service provider) 03/12/02 ˆ...
  • Page 22 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Meeting at 08a h Options Start the OK§OK§ submenu by selecting the soft key. Options Meeting at 08a h Send Save T9 input ˆ §Select§ Select the option. Menu Navigation ‡ §OK§...
  • Page 23: Making A Call

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Dialing To dial a phone number, the phone must be on and in standby mode. When the screensaver is activated (p. 75), press any key to return to standby mode before dialing. Enter the phone number with prefix (for example, 1-858-555-1234).
  • Page 24: Busy Signal

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Busy signal If the number you call is busy or cannot be reached, the following options are available (depending on your service provider): §Call back§ Select soft key. Your phone will ring when the busy number becomes available.
  • Page 25: During A Call

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 During a call Call waiting You may need to register for this service with your service provider and set your phone accordingly (p. 81). If an incoming call arrives while you are on another call, a special beep alerts you to the new incoming call.
  • Page 26: Swap/conference

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Phone number memo You can enter a number with the keypad during a call. (The person on the other end of the line will hear the key beeps as you enter the number.) The number can be saved or dialed after the current call has ended.
  • Page 27: Send Dtmf Tones

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Call transfer ; menu§ Select to open call menu, then select Call transfer. The original call is joined to the second one. For you, both calls are now ended. Call menu The following functions are available only during a call: ;...
  • Page 28: International Calling

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 International Calling Your phone has been designed to simplify making calls between countries and to be used when travelling from country to country. International Dialing Codes Many international dialing codes (country codes) are stored in your phone.
  • Page 29: Babysitter

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Babysitter Babysitter With activated, calls may be made to only one, user-defined phone number, which is dialed by pressing and holding the right soft key. Activate Babysitter §Menu§ Setup Security Babysitter §Select§...
  • Page 30: Address Book

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 The entries in your phone’s address book are managed separately from those in the SIM phone book. Data may be exchanged between the address book and the SIM phone book. Copy to SIM For details see address book menu (p.
  • Page 31: View And Edit Entries

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Phone number Enter the complete phone number including the prefix, area code, and long distance or international dialing code if necessary (p. 23). This will simplify using the address book to place calls when outside of the area code.
  • Page 32: Call An Entry

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Call an entry Press to open address book (in standby mode). … Select a name by entering the first few letters or scrolling to the desired entry. Address book <New entry> Carol Daniel Press to dial the number...
  • Page 33: Store Control Code

    Synchronizing with Outlook With the Siemens Quick Sync software (p. 85), you can synchronize the address book with your Outlook Siemens Quick Sync software is available for download at the Siemens web site . In www.icm.siemens.com. ® , parts of a phone ®...
  • Page 34: Sim Phone Book

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 The entries in the SIM phone book (SIM card only) are managed separately from those in the address book. However, data can be exchanged between the SIM phone book and the address book. New entry §Menu§...
  • Page 35: Location

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Location To move an entry from the SIM phone book to another storage location (SIM phone book must be open): … Select an entry. §Options§ Select soft key to open options menu, then Edit entry.
  • Page 36: Store Control Code

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Store control code Phone numbers and control codes (DTMF tones) may be stored together in the SIM phone book as standard entries. Control codes may be used to access answering machines or voicemail or to respond to any other system that requires a touch tone response.
  • Page 37: Voice Control

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Up to 20 phone numbers or functions may be activated through the phone’s voice control feature. Record voice controls Voice dialing phone numbers §Menu§ Office Voice control Voice dialing A list of voice dial entries is displayed (if any have been recorded).
  • Page 38 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Voice control menu §Menu§ Office Voice control Voice dialing (or Voice command) … Highlight an entry. §Options§ Select soft key to open options menu. View Display name and phone number. New record Start a new recording.
  • Page 39: Text Messaging

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 You may send and receive SMS (Short Message Service) messages of up to 160 characters in length with your new phone. Depending on the service provider, e-mails and faxes may also be transmitted via SMS (see “Setup”...
  • Page 40: Inbox/outbox

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Inbox/Outbox §Menu§ Messages Inbox (or Outbox) The list of saved messages is displayed. Inbox Barbara Carol §Options§ Select soft key. Icon Inbox Outbox Read Not sent Unread Sent Archive §Menu§ Messages Inbox (or Outbox) Archive The list of the archived messages...
  • Page 41: Use Sms Sample

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Use SMS sample Several standard messages are stored in the phone. You only need to fill in the incomplete information such as time and date. §Menu§ Messages Use SMS sample Delay, Appointment or Thanks The cursor appears at the first input point (for example, before...
  • Page 42: Create New E-mail

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Create new e-mail §Menu§ Messages Create new email E-mail Address From: Enter recipient’s e-mail address or select entry from the address book. Compose message by tapping the keypad to enter letters and numbers.
  • Page 43: Text Entry Tips

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Text Entry Tips When entering text for address book listings, SIM phone book entries, e- mails, SMS messages or for any other application, please keep in mind the following helpful hints: Press before entering text to toggle between UPPERCASE and lowercase...
  • Page 44 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 T9 word suggestions Several word options exist in the T9 dictionary for various key press combinations. The most commonly used word is displayed first. If this is not the intended word, scroll through additional T9 options.
  • Page 45: Message Setup

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Message setup SMS transmission characteristics are defined within profiles (there may be up to five separate profiles). GSM and TDMA profiles are preset. §Menu§ Messages Message setup A list of available profiles is displayed.
  • Page 46: Voice Mail Notification

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Most service providers offer voice mail service. A voice message may be left when: • the phone is off or not currently in service, • a call is being made on the phone, •...
  • Page 47: Voice Mailbox

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Voice mail notification A new voice mail may be signaled as follows: ” Icon and beep. The text message icon. You receive an automatic announcement call. To retrieve your voice messages: Press and hold.
  • Page 48: Cell Broadcast

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Cell Broadcast Cell broadcast messages Some service providers offer information services or channels that provide information such as news, stock quotes, sports scores and more. This information is sent via a broadcast message which can appear on your phone’s display.
  • Page 49: Cell Broadcast/sim Services

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Cell Broadcast/SIM Services Topic index A list of currently available topics may be supplied by your service provider. If not, CB channel numbers may be entered manually (see “Topic list” , page 43).
  • Page 50: Bitmap Viewer

    See page 88. Load Load graphic from storage location or Flex. Memory. Discard Discard the current graphic. Bitmap viewer You may find custom ring tones, operator bitmaps, screensavers, logos and other options for your Siemens Mobile Phone at: http://www.icm.siemens.com Bitmap viewer...
  • Page 51: Wap

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Use your phone’s WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) capability to access the wireless Internet. Internet access may require registration with your service provider. Internet access §Menu§ Surf & fun You can select the Internet access Start with...
  • Page 52: Browser Menu

    All to enter a browser data relevant for security can be selected in this menu. Further information on security is found at: www.icm.siemens.com Font size Switch between small and standard font size. Start with... Select the display for Internet access:...
  • Page 53: Setup

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Setup Preparation of the phone for Internet access depends on the service provider currently used: • If the settings have already been made by your service provider you may begin immediately. •...
  • Page 54 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Activate profile – Profiles 1 Standard * e-Commerce 3 Profile 3 Edit Activate Activate a profile to establish the Internet connection. §Menu§ Surf & fun Internet Profile … Select the desired profile.
  • Page 55: Operating Instructions

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Operating instructions Changing the home page 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!): §Menu§...
  • Page 56: Call Information

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 The numbers of incoming calls, outgoing calls and missed calls may be stored for convenient redialing. §Menu§ Call info … Select desired call list and select a number. Press to dial number. The following call lists are available: Calls missed The phone numbers of missed calls...
  • Page 57: Duration

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Your phone keeps a record of call duration and phone charge details, which you may access through the Records menu. Duration §Menu§ Call info Call timer Call duration details for the following types of calls may be displayed: Last call All calls...
  • Page 58: Call Forward

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Call Forward You can set the conditions for which calls are forwarded to your mailbox or other numbers. §Menu§ Call Forward Set call forwarding as follows: In GSM mode, there are several settings for call forwarding.
  • Page 59: Status Check

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Call Forward Status check You can check your phone’s current call forward status. After a short pause, the current situation is transmitted by the network and displayed. « Option set. ¬ Option not set.
  • Page 60: Voice Memo

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Voice recordings may be used to: • Record voice memos (such as reminders or ideas). • Add a voice memo to an alarm in the Calendar (p. 58). • Record a call, which may be useful for remembering numbers or addresses.
  • Page 61: Using The Soft Keys

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Using the soft keys §Menu§ Office Voice Memo The list of recorded memos is displayed. §Options§ Open menu. New record Select. §Record§ Start recording (§Pause§ Pause recording). §Stop§ End recording. §Save§ Store and assign a name.
  • Page 62: Organizer

    The agenda displays a single day’s appointments in chronological order. When an appointment with alarm is reached, you will hear a beep. Synchronizing with Outlook With the Siemens Quick Sync software, you can synchronize your organizer with your Outlook ® Calendar (p. 86).
  • Page 63: Appointments

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Appointments §Menu§ Office Organizer Appointments All schedule items are displayed in chronological order. ® Appointments <New entry> 11:30a Presentation 03:00 p Meeting New appointment <New entry> Select option. … Fill in the entries field by field: Type: ‘...
  • Page 64: Alarm Clock

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Alarm clock §Menu§ Office Organizer Alarm clock Use this function to set a daily repeating alarm. Alarms sound even when the phone is switched off (except when the phone is in Aircraft mode, p.
  • Page 65: Business Card

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 You may create your own business card and transmit it to another GSM phone (with IrDA capability) or a suitable PC/printer using infrared technology. §Menu§ Office Business card If a business card has not been created, you are prompted for input.
  • Page 66: Calculator

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Office Calculator Enter number (up to 8 digits). §. = + - * / § Select calculator function (repeatedly press the left soft key). Repeat procedure with additional numbers (if necessary). The result is displayed.
  • Page 67: Currency Converter

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Currency Converter §Menu§ Office Currency conv. You may store up to three different currency conversion combinations. Enter exchange rate Enter at least two currencies to be converted. If no currency has yet been entered, the procedure begins at this point.
  • Page 68: Clock

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Office Clock §Menu§ Setup Time/date Time zones Set the time zone for your area. … Select the appropriate time zone from the list. §Options§ Open menu. Set the time zone. Time zone menu §Options§...
  • Page 69: Stopwatch/countdown

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Stopwatch/Countdown Stopwatch §Menu§ Surf & fun Times can be measured to one thousandth of a second. Stopwatch 00:00:00.000 Start §Reset§ Resets the display to zero (after completion of a timing). Start/stop. Intermediate time.
  • Page 70: Games

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Surf & fun Select a game and have fun! Game instructions 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 difficulty level.
  • Page 71: Profiles

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 A profile allows you to adjust your phone’s settings to better suit your immediate surroundings. For example, when you are in a meeting or at the movies, you can select the “Quiet environment”...
  • Page 72: Headset

    Car Kit If an original Siemens car kit is used, the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is inserted in the cradle. Profiles Aircraft mode All alarms are deactivated.
  • Page 73: Favorites

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Favorites Combine your own menu with frequently-used functions and phone numbers. The list of the 10 entries is preset, but you can change them. Apply … Select the desired entry. Options Select soft key, then select Activate.
  • Page 74: Fast Access Keys

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Fast Access Keys The left soft key and keys 2 - 9 can be assigned to quickly call a phone number or to launch a phone feature simply by pressing and holding a single key.
  • Page 75: Speed Dialing Keys

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Fast Access Keys Speed dialing keys Digit keys 2 through 8 may be set to speed dial important or frequently called numbers. For available key assignment see page 69. The following keys are reserved: = Voice mailbox (p.
  • Page 76: Quick Menu Selection

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Fast Access Keys First store the emergency number in your address or SIM phonebook (p. 25, p. 29). Press and hold the phone number and then select the emergency number to be assigned. To activate the red key: §Menu§...
  • Page 77: Audio

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Use the audio menu to customize your phone’s sounds. §Menu§ Audio select a function: Ringer setting Turn the ringer on or off (or shorten it to a beep). Displays when beep is activated.
  • Page 78: Compose Melody

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Compose melody You can also use your keypad to compose your own melodies. Keys 1 to 7 correspond to whole notes: C, D, E, F, G, A, B. Go back and forward in the melody by one note.
  • Page 79: Call Screening

    Select this key to start the melody manager. Ringer tones, operator bitmaps, screensavers and other services for your Siemens Mobile Phone can be found at: http://www.icm.siemens.com Melody manager menu §Options§ Open menu. Play Play the current melody.
  • Page 80: Setup

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 The Setup menu allows you to set up a variety of your phone’s most basic settings. Device §Menu§ Setup Device select a function: Language Set the language of the display text. When “automatic”...
  • Page 81 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Setup Device Select a function: Keys Any to answer You can use any key to accept incoming calls (except key). Auto key lock The key pad is automatically locked if one minute elapses since any key was last pressed.
  • Page 82: Security

    It is then valid for all functions. You can change it to any 4 to 8 digit number. If you forget it, please call Siemens Service (p. 93). Clear SIM card barring If the PIN is entered incorrectly three times, the SIM card is locked.
  • Page 83 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Setup Security select a function: Babysitter (phone code protected) Calls can be made only to a single, user-defined phone number, which is dialed by selecting and holding the soft key. (For more information, see page 24).
  • Page 84: Network

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Network Depending on the technology (GSM or TDMA) used, the descriptions of individual functions may vary. §Menu§ Setup Network select a function: Configuration Network info The list of networks currently available is displayed. Indicates forbidden service providers.
  • Page 85 31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 §Menu§ Setup Network Configuration User settings User settings Your phone can be operated in TDMA networks as well as in GSM networks. You can set one of these operational modes as standard or switch between the two modes automatically.
  • Page 86: User Group

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 User group §Menu§ Setup User group select a function: If offered by the service provider, this service enables groups to be formed. These have access, for example, to internal (company) information or special tariffs which apply to them.
  • Page 87: Connectivity

    In the coming months, further increases in performance are planned. In order to ensure the GPRS functionality of your phone, Siemens is offering a software update free-of-charge, which you can easily carry out yourself. Your phone is then fit for the future.
  • Page 88: Time/date

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 GPRS info Displays information on your GPRS connectivity status. GPRS APN: settings Enter the address of your service provider. Login name: Enter login name. Password: Enter password (displayed as a series of asterisks) CSD settings Dial-up no.: (Circuit...
  • Page 89: Accessories

    Accessories §Menu§ Setup Accessories select a function: Car Kit If an original Siemens car kit is used, the profile is activated automatically as soon as the phone is connected to the car kit. Adjustable settings: Auto answer (factory default: on) Calls are automatically accepted after the third ring when the car’s...
  • Page 90: Flex Memory

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 To organize your files, you can use Flex Memory just like a PC file manager. Flex Memory assigns special folders to different data types: §Menu§ Surf & fun A list of folders and files is displayed. …...
  • Page 91: Xtndconnect Sync Software

    To ensure optimum data flow when connecting your phone to a computer with a cable, we recommend you use only original Siemens accessories (for example, Datacable). Flexible memory The phone has flexible memory is which may be used by various applications and adapts itself to your personal user profile.
  • Page 92: Fax/data Mode Using A Pc

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Fax/Data Mode Using a PC §Menu§ Setup Connectivity Fax/data mod. Faxes and data may be transmitted and received when the phone is connected to a PC. In order to do this, the phone must be connected via infrared or a data cable to a PC installed with data/fax communication software (available...
  • Page 93: Send/print

    31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Send/Print Send via ... The phone offers several options to transmit or receive messages and data. Address book entries, Business cards, appointments, memos and other data can be sent as an SMS to other compatible mobile phones.
  • Page 94: Troubleshooting

    31.5.02 07-S46 Troubleshooting Should you have any questions when using the phone, we are available 24 hours a day at www.icm.siemens.com. Below, we have also listed some of our frequently asked questions. Problem Possible causes Phone cannot On/Off key not pressed long be switched on.
  • Page 95 31.5.02 07-S46 Problem Possible causes No connection to Signal weak. network. Outside range. Fixed mode. SIM card not valid. New network not authorized. Try manual selection or select a different Network barring is set. Network overloaded. Phone loses Signal too weak. network.
  • Page 96 31.5.02 07-S46 Charge counter Charge pulse not does not work transmitted. (GSM). i 37 Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 Contact your service provider.
  • Page 97 Enter the MASTER PIN (PUK) provided with the SIM according to the instructions. If MASTER PIN or PIN has been lost, contact your service provider. Contact Siemens Service (p. 93). Contact your service provider. Contact your service provider. Check settings (p. 87).
  • Page 98: Siemens Service

    31.5.02 08-S46 Siemens Service Simple, straightforward support for technical and operational questions is available from our online support service on the Internet: or in the Troubleshooting section of this User Guide (p. 89). If repair work is necessary, please contact one of our service centers: Abu Dhabi ...
  • Page 99: Specifications

    31.5.02 09-S46 Specs.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Declaration of conformity Siemens Information and Communication Mobile hereby declares that the phone described in this user guide is in compliance with essential requirements and other relevant provisions of European Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
  • Page 100: Technical Data

    31.5.02 09-S46 i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Technical data GSM 900 class: 4 (33 dBm) GSM 1900 class: 1 (30 dBm) TDMA 800 class IV: (0.6 W ERP) TDMA 1900 class IV: (0.6 W ERP) Weight: 123g/4.3OZ Dimensions: 118 x 46 x 21mm (94 cm Operating voltage: 3.8 Volts...
  • Page 101: Maintenance

    31.5.02 09-S46 Specs.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 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 102: Accessories

    To connect the phone with the RS 232 port on a PC. For more information or to purchase accessories, visit our online shop at: www.icm.siemens.com We recommend you use only original Siemens accessories to avoid possible damage and en- sure that the phone complies with all relevant regulations.
  • Page 103: U.s. Fda

    31.5.02 10-S46 FDA.fm i 37Am Engl, A31008-H4600-A2-1-19 U.S. FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Mobile Phones FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes what is know —...
  • Page 104 31.5.02 10-S46 FDA.fm i 37 Am Engl, A31008-H4600-A2-1-19 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 105 RF except for the micronucleus assay, which detects structural effects on the genetic material. The cells in this assay showed changes after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation, but only after 24 hours of exposure. It is possible that exposing the test cells to radiation for this long resulted in heating.
  • Page 106 31.5.02 10-S46 FDA.fm i 37 Am Engl, A31008-H4600-A2-1-19 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 other federal agencies and industry, to assure that research is undertaken to provide the necessary answers to the outstanding questions about the safety of mobile phones.
  • Page 107 31.5.02 10-S46 FDA.fm 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 108 31.5.02 10-S46 FDA.fm 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 dramatically with distance.
  • Page 109: Ten Driving Safety Tips

    31.5.02 11-S46 Driving i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Ten Driving Safety Tips Your Siemens wireless phone gives you the power to communicate by voice — almost anywhere, anytime. But an important responsibility accompanies the benefits of wireless phones, one that every user must uphold.
  • Page 110 31.5.02 11-S46 Driving i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 Ten Driving Safety Tips Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may be distracting. Stressful or emotional conversations and driving do not mix — they are distracting and even dangerous when you are behind the wheel.
  • Page 111: Intellectual Property

    Phone or its components. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with Siemens, its affiliates, partners or suppliers. Siemens will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or...
  • Page 112: Index

    i 37 Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 31.5.02 S46SIX.FM Index Index...
  • Page 113 31.5.02 S46SIX.FM Accessories ... 97 Address book ... 27 call entry ... 27 make entry ... 25 view/edit entry ... 26 Agenda ... 57 Alarm clock ... 59 Alarms missed ... 59 Appointments ... 58 Auto answer ... 84 Auto off ... 63 Auto redial ...
  • Page 114 31.5.02 S46SIX.FM Fax via SMS ... 40 Fax/data mode ... 87 Flex memory ... 85 Flexible memory ... 86 Games ... 65 Getting started ... 11 GPRS ... 82 GSM only ... 80 Handset volume ... 20 Headset ... 84 Hide ID ...
  • Page 115 31.5.02 S46SIX.FM Siemens Service ... 93 Silent alert ... 74 SIM services ... 44 archive ... 35 capacity ... 35 delivery confirmation ... 35 setup ... 40 standard messages ... 36 status report ... 40 T9 text entry ... 37 validity period ...

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