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Siemens S40 User Manual

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Siemens Information And
Communication Mobile, LLC
16745 West Bernardo Drive
San Diego, CA 92127
© Siemens AG 2000
All rights reserved.
Subject to availability.
Rights of modification reserved.
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
Ref. No.: A31008-H6400-A19-1-4A19
Printed in Germany
(7910.2425 US/ 08.01)

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Siemens Information And Communication Mobile, LLC 16745 West Bernardo Drive San Diego, CA 92127 © Siemens AG 2000 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft Ref. No.: A31008-H6400-A19-1-4A19 Printed in Germany (7910.2425 US/ 08.01)
  • Page 2: Menu Overview

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Important safety Calculator Voice Memo Instructions Calendar TIA Safety language Missed events CTIA Driving safety tips IrDA operation WAP browser Information on SAR Messages Getting started Setup menu Battery and charging Overview SIM card Network services Calling Network selection Redialing a number Tones setup Silent mode...
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    Keep the phone in a safe place out of children’s reach. Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc. Use only ORIGINAL Siemens accessories to Avoid pointing active avoid potential injuries infrared port at eyes. and/or damage to your phone.
  • Page 5 TIA Safety language Electronic devices • Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket; Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. • Should use the ear opposite the However, certain electronic equip- pacemaker to minimize the poten- ment may not be shielded against tial for interference.
  • Page 6: Ctia Driving Safety Tips

    CTIA Driving safety tips Your wireless telephone gives you Position your wireless phone the powerful ability to communicate within easy reach. by voice – almost anywhere, any- Be able to access your wireless time. But an important responsibility phone without removing your eyes accompanies the benefits of wire- from the road.
  • Page 7: Information On Sar

    Information on SAR THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE in all tested frequency bands. Al- GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS though the SAR is determined at FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone while Your wireless phone is a radio trans- operating can be well below the mitter and receiver.
  • Page 8: Battery And Charging

    Battery and charging Slide the battery lid back into Insert battery position. Remove the battery lid by pressing and sliding it towards yourself. Insert the battery. Please make sure that the contact pins are facing against each other. Getting started Getting started Charge battery Insert the charger plug at the...
  • Page 9: Sim Card

    SIM card Close the holder and slide the Insert SIM card catch back into place. Before you can make a call with Insert the battery, attach the your mobile phone, you need to battery lid to the phone and insert the SIM card. switch the phone on.
  • Page 10: Redialing A Number

    Redialing a number Press (»MENU«) Press Press for one second, and the latest dialed number will be The keypad lock is, however, auto- redialed automatically. matically disabled: If you wish to use this feature, activate the speed dial function • during an incoming call until you first.
  • Page 11: Text Input

    Text input wheel mode Using the keypad The characters available on each Each key on your phone’s keypad key will depend on the keypad lan- contains a number of characters. guage you have selected for your The keypad can be operated in 4 phone (see p.
  • Page 12: Address Book

    Address book Your telephone contains a com- Press »SELECT« to access the plete address book similar to the name box. address book on a PC. Enter the name and press Just follow the instructions below »OK«. to store an entry. See on p. 18 how to use the keypad on your phone.
  • Page 13: Finding An Entry

    Phone books Prefix phone numbers Barred numbers In prefix numbers the first digits in In this phone book you can store the number are the prefix (the numbers that it should not be pos- same for e.g. the whole company), sible to call from the phone.
  • Page 14: Reset Phone Memory

    Reset phone memory Because your phone can synchro- ringing tones and own WAP profile nize with different platforms, out- settings are lost. However, this is side factors might spoil the phone’s also an easy way to delete all of functioning. If this happens, you the above-mentioned items if you can reset the phone memory.
  • Page 15 List menu General SIM Application toolkit (SAT) Enter the List menu: Scroll through the options: • The availability, name and func- tions of this menu depend com- Select an option: pletely on your network operator Press »SELECT« or »OK« and/or your SIM card. If this Go back one level: Press »EXIT«...
  • Page 16: Call Lists

    Call lists Direct access to the list of First missed calls Enter the List menu When you have missed one or by pressing more calls, the symbol Select one of the following shown in your standby display options together with the number of missed calls.
  • Page 17 Address and phone book editing books to the address book or to First another phone book. When copying Enter the List menu an entry you will always be able to by pressing edit the name. Select »Phone books« Select »Address book« or one •...
  • Page 18: Status

    Address and phone book editing • Change group: This option is First available only if you have created Enter the List menu more than one group. by pressing If the selected entry is assigned Select »Phone books« and to a group, the option »Change then »Groups«...
  • Page 19: Calculator

    Calculator M+ or decimal point (press First briefly) Enter the List menu by pressing MR or -/+ (neg./pos.) (press Select »Calculator« briefly) In this mode, your telephone acts If you store a number in the memo- as a normal calculator. The equals ry, this is indicated in the upper left sign (=) is found on the right-hand corner of the display by M= and...
  • Page 20: Calendar

    Calendar Press »SELECT« to read the event First details. Enter the List menu by pressing In addition to reading the event Select »Calendar« details, you can press »OPTION« and : Calendar • Delete the event. Use your phone to remind you of •...
  • Page 21: Missed Events

    Missed events you do not want to read the first First one. Enter the List menu Press »SELECT« again and then by pressing »OK«. The event will now be delet- Select »Missed events« ed from »Missed events«, but you can always find it again in »View events«...
  • Page 22: Wap Browser

    WAP browser In the following description, a First ‘ »card« refers to what you see in Enter the List menu by one screen on the display. You can pressing scroll through different cards by Select »Browser Menu« means of the arrow keys. A collec- tion of cards which belong together is referred to as a »deck«.
  • Page 23: Messages

    WAP browser First Set UP link Select WAP gateway in profiles with more than one gate- Enter the List menu by way. Depends on your network pressing operator. Select »Browser Menu« and press the volume-down side key on the right-hand side of the Offline service Specific download- phone.
  • Page 24 Messages Options with your messages First In addition to reading your mes- Enter the List menu sages, you can select the mes- by pressing sage, press »OPTION« and: Select »Messages« • Delete it • Send a reply (only in inbox) Outbox If you have entered an •...
  • Page 25 Messages T9®text input feature As you saw, the displayed word changed as you typed it. Therefore, This is a feature enabling you to always type to the end of the word more easily use SMS messaging. before you start editing. Unlike the conventional way of en- If the displayed word is the one tering/editing texts where you have...
  • Page 26 Messages If you do not store a broadcast First message, it will be deleted when Enter the List menu you switch off your telephone – by pressing even if the message has not been Select »Messages« read. In addition to reading a broadcast, Favourites Instead of entering your you can select it, press »OPTION«...
  • Page 27 SIM card and therefore may not be available. • Siemens asks that you remember that safety is your first responsibility, and that the more familiar you are with your phone, the more safely you can use it under various circum- stances.
  • Page 28: Network Services

    Network services Different options First of call divert Enter the Setup menu by pressing »MENU« All calls Divert all calls made to Select »Network services« your phone. Call divert If unanswered This is an umbrella function that covers the next three If you want to divert your incoming options at the same time;...
  • Page 29 Network services Different options for call First barring Enter the Setup menu by pressing »MENU« Outgoing calls gives you three Select »Network services« new options: • All calls: Bar all outgoing calls Call barring • International: Bar all outgoing You can set up call barring for dif- international calls ferent types of outgoing and •...
  • Page 30: Network Selection

    Network selection First Manual Your phone will always start searching for the network Enter the Setup menu with which it was in contact when by pressing »MENU« it was last switched off. If the Select »Network selection« phone cannot locate this network, it may present some alternative Selection mode networks in the display, and you...
  • Page 31: Tones Setup

    Tones setup First Composer Enter the Setup menu You can compose up to 20 melo- by pressing »MENU« dies to be used as additional ring- Select »Tones setup« ing tones. The Tones menu offers you differ- View melodies To edit or delete an ent options in relation to the follow- existing melody, select the melody, ing tones:...
  • Page 32 Tones setup First Key tone Enter the Setup menu Select whether you want a tone to by pressing »MENU« be heard when you press a key. You Select »Tones setup« can select between 7 different tones, DTMF and off. Create melody (Continued) Silent mode •...
  • Page 33: Phone Setup

    Phone setup First Backlight Enter the Setup menu To save your battery and thus by pressing »MENU« increase both conversation and Select »Phone setup« standby times you can choose to have the backlight permanently switched off. Language Select »Language« to change the Handsfree (Car kit &...
  • Page 34: Call Setup

    Call setup number from the allocated speed First dial key, select »Remove«. Enter the Setup menu by pressing »MENU« Caller access Select »Call setup« This feature allows you to limit the number of callers from which you Outgoing call ID will accept calls.
  • Page 35: Message Setup

    IrDA or by means of a separate data cable (optional). At you will find a modem setup pro- gramme enabling you to change the receiving data transfer speed into high speed (HSCSD).
  • Page 36 Message setup The period during which you can First receive this kind of confirmation Enter the Setup menu corresponds to the validity time by pressing »MENU« selected by you in the Message Select »Message setup« setup menu. Signature You can add a signature Send SMS setup (Continued) to be sent automatically at the end...
  • Page 37: Calendar Setup

    Message setup First Keypad alphabet Set the keypad to a language corresponding to the Enter the Setup menu alphabet of your local language or by pressing »MENU« another language of your own Select »Message setup« choice. Text input setup In this submenu you have various options related to the different text editors and to the keypad.
  • Page 38: Security

    Security First Change PIN2 Enter the Setup menu Change your PIN2 code (used on by pressing »MENU« some SIM cards to access special Select »Security« functions). Entering the Security menu gives SIM lock you different possibilities of pre- Link your telephone and your SIM venting misuse of your SIM card card together by activating the SIM and your telephone, e.g.
  • Page 39: Conversation Menu

    Security First Line lock Enter the Setup menu If you have Alternate Line Service by pressing »MENU« on your SIM card, you can restrict Select »Security« outgoing calls to use only one of these lines. Activate the line lock in this sub Keypad lock menu and enter a 4 to 16 digit lock To avoid making calls accidentally,...
  • Page 40 Conversation menu First Hold a call This menu is available only You can make a second call with- when you are actually talking out having to end a call that is cur- on the phone. rently active. Enter the second Enter the Conversation menu: phone number and press »CALL«.
  • Page 41: Further Information

    Further information Get an overview of the keypad functions and the display symbols on your phone.
  • Page 42: Keypad Functions

    Keypad functions Function keys with text line in display The left-hand function key turns your phone on and off. When the phone is on, the function of these keys varies, depending on whether you are in standby or menu mode. The text line at the bottom of the display will inform you of the current function of each key at any time.
  • Page 43: Display Symbols

    Display symbols Battery level Scrolling The more bars displayed, the Arrows mean that there are more better the battery capacity. functions which you can access by See page 13 for more scrolling up or down. information. Calling indicators Battery low Incoming call Your battery needs recharging.
  • Page 44: Technical Specifications

    Further information Declaration of Conformity • The capacity and lifetime of your battery will be reduced by leaving it Siemens Mobile Phones A/S in hot or cold places, such as in a Industrivej 30 closed car in summer or winter DK-9490 Pandrup conditions.
  • Page 45: Fda Update On Mobile Phone Safety

    FDA Update on mobile phone safety The U.S. Food and Drug biological damage through heating Administration’s Center for effects (this is how your microwave Devices and Radiological Health oven is able to cook food). Consumer Update on Mobile However, it is not known whether, Phones to what extent, or through what mechanism, lower levels of RF...
  • Page 46 The cells in this mendations. assay showed changes after expo- Two other studies of interest sure to simulated cell phone radia- have been reported recently in the tion, but only after 24 hours of literature: exposure. It is possible that expos- •...
  • Page 47 FDA Update on mobile phone safety safety. The agency has recom- • Federal Communications mended that the industry: Commission • Occupational Health and Safety • Support needed research into Administration possible biological effects of RF of the type emitted by mobile •...
  • Page 48: Accessories

    Accessories Original Siemens accessories • Car Kit Comfort Plus • Car Charger • Data Cable • Li-Ion 650 mAh Battery • Desktop Charger • Talk and Carry Pack You can buy original Siemens accessories at Further information Index...
  • Page 49 Index Address book Call waiting Adjust contrast Caller access Alarm (events) Calling Answered calls Calling Line ID (CLI) Answering a call Calling name presentation Any key answer Car kit Automatic redial Change group Change PIN code Backlight 62, 83 Charge battery Barring calls Clock Barred dialing...
  • Page 50 Quick scrolling Send message via IrDA Sending a new message Reading a message Sent items - Broadcast Service centre (SMS) - SMS Service numbers Recording a conversation 35, 77 Set date Recurring event Set time Redialing a number 16, 65 Set start/end of day Remaining call charge Setup menu...

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