HP iPAQ H5100 Series, iPAQ H5500 Series, h5100 Quick start guide
getting acquainted Front Panel 1. Speaker: Alarms, voice, music 2. Power Button: Turn unit on and off 3. Power Indicator: amber flash = charging amber solid = charged green flash = alarm, calendar, event 4. Color Display: High contrast color screen 5. Inbox Button*: Access your Inbox for sending and receiving e-mail 6. iTask Button*: Open, close, and switch between applications, run utilities, and change settings 7. 5-Way Navigation Button: Scroll through a list and push to select (similar to using a joystick) 8. Fingerprint Reader: Biometric enhanced security (h5500 only) 9. Microphone: Record your voice or other sounds 10. Calendar Button*: Schedule appointments, set reminders, or view your calendar 11. Contacts Button*: Display a list of your contacts from the category you select 12. Light Sensor: Automatically adjusts the backlight when selected 13. Active Bluetooth Indicator: Flashes “blue” when Bluetooth is on 14. Wireless LAN Indicator: green flash = wireless link amber flash = no wireless link (h5500 only) * Top & Back Panel 1. Slim Removable Battery: Removable/ rechargeable battery 2. Battery Latch: Slide up to remove the battery 3. Stylus: Push to eject, push to lock 4. Infrared: Beams information to/from other infrared-enabled devices 5. Secure Digital I/O (SDIO) Expansion Slot: Supports Secure Digital (SD) storage and expansion cards 6. Antenna: Transmits and receives signals (h5500 only) 7. Volume: Up or Down Voice and Record Bottom Panel 1. 3.5 mm Stereo/Microphone Headphone Jack: Connect your headphone or headset or earpiece 2. Microphone: Record your voice or other sounds 3. Charging/Communications Port: Connect to universal cradle, synchronization cable, or charging adapter 4. Expansion Pack Connector: Connect to an optional Expansion Pack 5. Reset Button: Resets your iPAQ Pocket PC for information on... see this source... Using your Pocket PC hp iPAQ Pocket PC h5100 and h5500 Series User’s Guide on the CD Connecting to and synchronizing with a computer ActiveSync Help on your computer. To view Help, start ActiveSync, click Help>Microsoft ActiveSync Help. Troubleshooting on ActiveSync connections ActiveSync troubleshooter on your computer. Click Help>Troubleshooter. Programs that are on your Pocket PC hp iPAQ Pocket PC h5100 and h5500 Series User’s Guide on the CD and Help located on Pocket PC. Tap Start, then Help. Additional programs that can be installed on your Pocket PC Companion CD or http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/ pocketpc/downloads Updates on Windows-powered devices http://www.microsoft.com/pocketpc Safety precautions Important Safety Information document on the CD Worldwide Limited Warranty Worldwide Limited Warranty and Technical Support document in the box Your Pocket PC and accessory products Accessories information brochure included with your Pocket PC or http://www.hp.com/products/pocketpc Support for your Pocket PC http://www.hp.com/support/pocketpc Worldwide telephone support phone numbers Companion CD or http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/ wwcontact.html Registering your Pocket PC in order to receive e-mail from HP regarding special offers and promotions http://www.register.hp.com Note: This is a Class B digital, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Refer to the documentation CD for Class B information. These buttons are programmable but at startup they are assigned by default. Note: Model shown is hp iPAQ Pocket PC h5500 Series. troubleshooting and support information Universal Desktop Cradle 1. Stabilizers: Stabilizes 1 the iPAQ Pocket PC when cradled without an Expansion Pack 2. Release Button: Releases 2 the stabilizers from the locked (down) position © 2003 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L. P. Microsoft, Windows, the Windows logo, Outlook and ActiveSync are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S, and other countries. hp iPAQ Pocket PC is Powered by Microsoft® Windows®. First Edition, May 2003. 304921-001 304921-001 Getting Started Guide.p65 1 5/20/2003, 2:55 PM getting started hp iPAQ Pocket PC h5100 and h5500 series 1 Install the battery: 5 Install ActiveSync 3.7 (or greater): Click to install the latest version of ActiveSync from your Companion CD and follow the instructions. 6 2 Connect Pocket PC to personal computer: Today Screen When you turn on your HP iPAQ Pocket PC for the first time each day (or after 4 hours of inactivity), you see the Today screen. You can also display it by tapping and then Today. On the Today screen, you can see at a glance important information for the day. Connect either USB or serial connector to appropriate port on your personal computer and insert Pocket PC in cradle. Connect AC Adapter to cradle to charge unit. Note: It takes about 4 hours to fully charge the unit. Tap to switch to a program. Set up: Tap to set ISP or work connections. Tap to change volume or mute all sounds. Reset the device by using the stylus to lightly press the reset button on the bottom of the unit. Tap to change date and time. Tap to open an item. Your day at a glance. Important: Do not insert Pocket PC into cradle until ActiveSync requests it. the Companion CD into 3 Insert personal computer: 7 Establish a partnership: Follow the on-screen ActiveSync instructions to establish a connection between your Pocket PC and your personal computer. Insert the Companion CD into your personal computer and click Start Here. 4 Install Microsoft Outlook: Bluetooth power on/off. Check This Out! To learn more about Bluetooth, Wireless LAN (h5500 only), Fingerprint Reader (h5500 only), and much more, refer to the User’s Guide on the Companion CD. Install Microsoft Outlook from your Companion CD onto your personal computer, if necessary. Note: Install Outlook if you plan to synchronize e-mail, contacts, calendar or tasks on your personal computer with your Pocket PC. 304921-001 Getting Started Guide.p65 2 Note: Model shown is hp iPAQ Pocket PC h5500 Series. 5/20/2003, 2:55 PM Tap to create a new item. Tap to view connection status.
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