Siemens TDMA 1900 user manual

User manual for the device Siemens TDMA 1900

Device: Siemens TDMA 1900
Size: 1,64 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-24 14:02:50
Number of pages: 115
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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

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31.5.02 S46TOC.FM I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 Contents See also Index at the end of this User Guide

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I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 S46TOC.FM 31.5.02 Contents Safety Precautions................................. 1 SIM phone book menu ...................... 29 Location .............................................30 Safety Information.................................. 2 Record Number .................................. 30 Electronic devices .................................3 Store control code ............................. 31 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) ........... 5 Voice Control ........

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31.5.02 S46TOC.FM I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 Organizer .............................................. 57 Calendar .............................................57 Device ................................................ 75 Appointments .....................................58 Security .............................................. 77 Alarm clock ........................................59 Network ............................................. 79 Missed alarms ..............................

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I 37Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 S46TOC.FM 31.5.02

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31.5.02 03-S46 Safe- i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 1 Safety Precautions Switch off in hospitals or in the vi- The voltage specified on cinity of medical devices (e.g., the power supply must not pacemakers or hearing aids). be exceeded. Mobile phones can interfere with the function of these devices. We recommend you use original Siemens batteries (100% mercu- Always use the hands-free kit for ry-free) and charging devices. calls while driving! (p. 97) Otherwise, considerable h

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31.5.02 03-S46 Safety.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 2 Safety Information Important: Read this information phones while driving vary before using your wireless significantly from state to state and handheld phone. sometimes even from locality to lo- cality within states. For example, As this mobile phone is equipped some areas may allow persons to with a fixed (non-retractable) anten- use their mobile phones only if they na, some paragraphs in the below employ a hands-free

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31.5.02 03-S46 Safe- i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 3 Safety Information Hearing Aids Electronic devices Some digital wireless phones may Most modern electronic equipment interfere with some hearing aids. In is shielded from radio frequency (RF) the event of such interference, you signals. However, certain electronic may want to consult your service equipment may not be shielded provider or your hearing aid manu- against the RF signals from your facturer to discuss alternat

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31.5.02 03-S46 Safety.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 4 Safety Information you would normally be advised to Airplanes turn off your vehicle engine. FCC and Airline Regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Emergency Calls Turn your phone OFF before Your wireless phone can be used to boarding an airplane. make emergency calls. Check to en- Check and comply with the policy sure you have a strong enough sig- of your airline regarding the use of nal and that th

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31.5.02 04-S46 SAR.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 5 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) THIS SIEMENS S46 PHONE maximum value. This is because MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S RE- the phone is designed to operate QUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE at multiple power levels so as to TO RADIO WAVES. use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the Your wireless Siemens S46 phone is closer you are to a wireless base a radio transmitter and receiver. It is station antenna, the lower the

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31.5.02 04-S46 SAR.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 6 SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) The FCC has granted an Equipment Additional information on Specific Authorization for this Siemens S46 Absorption Rates (SAR) can be phone with all reported SAR levels found on the Cellular evaluated as in compliance with the Telecommunications Industry FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR Association (CTIA) web-site at: information on this Siemens S46 http://www.wow-com.com. phone is on file with

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31.5.02 05-S46 i 37 Am Engl, A31008-H5450-A5-1-4A19 7 Overview of the phone Infrared port PC communication Display indicators Earpiece Signal strength, battery level, Soft keys status icons. Left side buttons Voice memo button During a call: Press and hold: M t Adjust volume. Start the recording. (service provider) In menus and lists: Press: Scroll up and down. Play recording back. 3/15/2002 4:00p In standby mode: On/Off/End key Set Menu Press and hold lower button Press: to activate

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31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 8 Display Symbols On the phone display (selection): GPRS attached but no  connection currently possible. Displays Infrared standby. X M Signal strength. r Charging completed. Infrared transmission. Y v Battery level indicator. Headset mode. ¦ p All calls are forwarded. Car kit active. ¥ U Ringer off. Calendar icons T Short ringer (beep) only. Weekly view. Ringer sounds only if incoming

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31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 9 Legend This User Guide uses the User instructions apply the following symbols: following format: Press (key): Enter numbers or letters. J Briefly press the key indicated On/Off/End key. (normal key press). - Press and hold (key): Press: Press down and hold the indicated key to End call or go back one launch action. menu level. Select soft key: Press and hold: Press the soft key corresponding to the Turn phone o

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31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 10 Getting Started 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. 80). Availability of certain features depends on the mode in which the phone is currently operating. Before using your phone: Insert the SIM card (p. 11) Your service provider has supplied you with a SI

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31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 11 Getting Started  Slide out the red SIM holder Remove battery cover and turn it in the direction  Unlock battery cover and indicated by the arrow . remove . Insert SIM card  Insert SIM card in the holder . Your service provider has supplied Make sure the angled corner is in you with a SIM card for your phone. the correct position and the The SIM card is required for the contacts are facing upward. phone

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31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 12 Getting Started Insert battery Charge battery  Insert battery into the phone The battery is not fully charged ( and ). when delivered. To charge your phone’s battery:  Plug the supplied charger into the device interface at the bottom of the phone and plug the power supply into the outlet. (Use only the charger supplied with your phone and charge for at least two hours).  After charging, disconnect the charger

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 13 Getting Started Standby and talk times Turn phone on A completely charged battery provides up Press and hold to 200 hours of standby time in GSM mode - On/Off/End key to and up to 150 hours of standby time in turn phone on. TDMA mode. Talk time in GSM mode is up After turning on your phone with the to 360 minutes and up to 150 minutes in SIM card inserted, you may need to TDMA mode. The standby and talk times

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 14 Getting Started Demonstration Games M t Clock (service provider) Alarm clock Calculator 03/12/02 12:34p Currency converter Set Menu Calendar Appointments When the service provider is Stopwatch 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. SIM problems If you see Please insert

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31.5.02 06-S46 Body.fm i 37 Eagle Am Engl, A31008-H4500-A1-4-7619 15 Getting Started Phone settings The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card contains a phone book which is available in addition to your phone’s address book. The Network connection entries in the SIM phone book and the The phone may be operated in either address book are managed separately; TDMA or GSM networks. When however, data may be exchanged between your phone is turned on, it the two. automatically searches f


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