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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction.............1 About this manual...............2 Address Book ............3 Overview................3 Creating a new Address Book entry ........6 Attaching a Note ..............7 Modifying an Address Book entry ........7 Duplicating an Address Book entry ........8 Deleting an Address Book entry .........8 Arranging the entry fields............8 Arranging the display items on the Index screen....9 Changing the sort order of the entry .........10...
  • Page 3 Deleting a Todo task entry..........34 Checking a completed entry on the Index screen ....35 ImagePad...............36 Overview................36 Writing memos by hand (creating new memos) ....40 Modifying a memo (image file) .........42 Deleting a memo (image file)..........42 Changing filenames............42 Rotating the image 90° degrees and saving it....43 Viewing a single image.............43 Displaying a slideshow of the files ........44 Changing Image view screen and slideshow settings,...
  • Page 4 Opera Browser ............66 Overview................66 Opening the specified Web page ........70 Using the Web Search function ........71 Using the bookmarks ............72 Creating a new folder in the bookmark list .......74 Saving the current page and viewing it offline ....74 Managing the window............75 Magnifying or reducing the page ........77 Switching the Screen layout ..........78 Searching for a word or phrase on the current page ..78...
  • Page 5 Voice Recorder ...........115 Overview.................115 Recording ...............117 Launching the Recorder with the Calendar key....118 Playing................119 Renaming a recorded file ..........119 Deleting a recorded file...........119 Setting up the preferences ..........120 Extras..............121 City Time ................121 Clock................123 Calculator ...............124 Help Browser ..............127 Games..............129 Asteroids.................129 Go...................129 Mindbreaker..............129 Mine Hunt ...............130...
  • Page 6 Tab Setting ..............162 PC Link ................166 Network Settings (Network) .......168 Overview.................168 Creating settings using the Wizard screen .....169 Creating a new setting without using the Wizard....184 Connecting/disconnecting to the Network ......195...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    The information and screens provided in the manuals of the SL-5600 are subject to change without notice. Copyright It is the intent of Sharp that this product be used in full compliance with the applicable copyright laws and that prior permission be obtained from copyright owners whenever necessary.
  • Page 8: About This Manual

    Introduction About this manual The SL-5600 can be operated by either pressing keys on the keyboard or tapping an item (buttons, etc.) on the screen using the stylus. • This operation manual mainly describes the stylus operation. Button or key operations are included, if they make it easier to carry out the function.
  • Page 9: Address Book

    Address Book Address Book The Address Book application allows you to manage contact information on friends, colleagues, etc. covering the items shown below. You can also add notes to help you remember contacts more easily. Entries can be organized into categories such as “Business”, “Personal”, or you can create your own categories.
  • Page 10 Address Book Index screen Index tab Direct Search field Full Name button Column buttons (center, right) Data area Scroll bar (for L/R) Index tab Each index tab contains two or three letters. Every time you tap on the tab, it will move to the next letter and start the listing with that letter.
  • Page 11 Address Book By *** (the right Sorts the entries by right column item in ascending or descending column item) order. Option menu List View Allows you to customize the center column item and/or right Settings column item(s) on the Index screen. Field Settings Arranges the item(s) to be displayed on the New/Edit Address screen.
  • Page 12: Creating A New Address Book Entry

    Address Book Creating a new Address Book entry You can add a new address using the New Address screen. On the Index or Detail screen, tap The New Address screen for a new entry appears. Enter the contact data in the fields. Pressing the tab key moves the cursor to the next entry field.
  • Page 13: Attaching A Note

    Address Book Attaching a Note You can enter a note to go with the address. On the New Address or Edit Address screen, tap the “Notes...” button. The Enter Note screen appears. Enter your note and tap (or press ) to save it. The Enter Note screen returns to the previous screen.
  • Page 14: Duplicating An Address Book Entry

    Address Book Duplicating an Address Book entry On the Index screen, highlight the entry you want to duplicate by using Tap the “Data” menu and then tap “Duplicate”. The duplicated entry will be added on the Index screen. Deleting an Address Book entry On the Index screen, highlight the entry you want to delete by using (or tap the “Data”...
  • Page 15: Arranging The Display Items On The Index Screen

    Address Book The Field Settings screen appears, and the fields following the Category field are listed in current order. “Up” button “Down” button “Default” button Tap to reset the setting. Check (or uncheck) the fields you (do not) want to display by tapping checkboxes.
  • Page 16: Changing The Sort Order Of The Entry

    Address Book Tap the “Option” menu and then tap “List View Settings”. The List View Settings screen will be displayed. Tap each drop-down list button and select the display item. to save the settings. Note: • On the Index screen, you can arrange the display item following the procedure below instead of using the Option menu.
  • Page 17: Registering/editing Your Personal Information (owner Information)

    Address Book Note: The items in the “Home Address” and “Work Address” cannot be sorted. If the center or right column items are set to “Home Address” and “Work Address”, sorting order in the menu are dimmed. Registering/Editing your personal information (Owner Information) On the Index screen, tap the “Data”...
  • Page 18: Calendar

    Calendar Calendar The Calendar application is used to store events you want to track and to set alarms. Using the Calendar screen, you can view files that have the same date information as the date displayed and that you transferred from your PC, created or modified in other applications.
  • Page 19 Calendar File link tab Event screen Agenda tab Event tab View icons (Today, Day, Week, Month, Year) Previous button Next button Date button Event indication (Focused status) Time buttons : Event with an Alarm setting : Repeating events : Events of less than one hour (indicated in red on the left of the...
  • Page 20 Calendar View icons Today Displays the selected view for today. Displays the Day view. Week Displays the Week view. Month Displays the Month view. Year Displays the Year view. Date button Tap to select the desired day from the mini-calendar that appears.
  • Page 21 Calendar Week view Tap the Week view icon ( The Week view has two tabs. Displays the Event screen in the timetable for the Event tab events of the week. Displays the Agenda screen listing the events of the Agenda tab week.
  • Page 22 Calendar Displays the start date of the selected week. Date button Tap to select the desired day from the mini-calendar. Select the week of the year. Week spinbox to move to the next week, or tap move to the previous week. Day of week buttons Tap to open the Day view of the selected day.
  • Page 23: Month View

    Calendar Month view The Month view is composed of two views: Text view and Graph view. In the Date cell, the Text view shows a part of the event description, and the Graph view shows events in symbol. To switch these two views, tap the “View” menu, then tap “Month View”, and then select “Text”...
  • Page 24 Calendar To January button Moves to January of the selected year. Previous button Moves to the previous month. Month drop-down list Tap to select the desired month. button Select the year. Year spinbox to move to the next year, or tap to move to the previous year.
  • Page 25 Calendar Detail screen Detailed information or press to close the Detail screen. Specific Menu commands of the Calendar application Data menu Delete period Deletes the selected daily, weekly, monthly events at once. View menu Today Displays the selected view for today. Displays the Day view.
  • Page 26: Viewing The Link Files

    • To change the dates that are linked to a file, see page 21. Selecting the link option for the memory card You can select to link files on the memory cards to the SL-5600. However, to reduce start-up time for the Calendar application and/or the display time for linked files, you may want to unlink excess files on your memory cards.
  • Page 27: Changing The Date To Link Files

    Calendar Changing the date to link files As you change the date of the files, they will be displayed on the File link screen of the date you change. You can then manage files according to your schedule of events. Open the File link screen with a file of the date you want to change.
  • Page 28: Adding Events

    Calendar Adding Events On any view screens of the Calendar application, tap The New Event screen appears. Start/End time combobox Start/End date buttons buttons All day checkbox Time zone drop-down City Time button list button Alarm sound on/off Alarm checkbox drop-down list button Repeat button Notes field...
  • Page 29 Tap the alarm sound on/off drop-down list button, and select “Silent” or “Loud”. • The alarm will ring and the Alarm screen will appear at the set time, even if the SL-5600 is off. (Tap “OK” to close the Alarm screen.) • The alarm will not ring with the following settings: –The alarm setting is “Silent”.
  • Page 30 Calendar Daily Events Repeating Event screen (Daily) Every spinbox No End Date checkbox End Date button Tap the Every spinbox to set the number of days between each repeat. If the event has an end date, uncheck the “No End Date”, then tap the End Date button, and choose an end date from the mini-calendar that pops up.
  • Page 31 Calendar Monthly Events Repeating Event screen (Monthly) Repeat By buttons Tap the Every spinbox to set the number of months between each repeat. If the event has an end date, uncheck the “No End Date”, then tap the End Date button, and choose an end date from the mini-calendar that pops up.
  • Page 32: Modifying An Event Entry

    Calendar Modifying an Event entry On the Event screen of the Day view, tap and hold the event entry you want to modify. The popup menu appears. Select “Edit event”. Or on the Detail screen, tap instead of performing steps 1 and 2. The Edit Event screen appears.
  • Page 33: Deleting An Event Entry

    Calendar Deleting an Event entry Deleting an event entry On the Event screen of the Day view, tap and hold the event entry you want to delete. The pop-up menu will be displayed. Select “Delete…”. Or instead of performing steps 1 and 2, tap on the Detail screen.
  • Page 34: Calendar Setup

    Calendar Note: • Events cannot be deleted from the File link screen in the Day view. On the File link screen, you will delete files, not events. • Repeating events cannot be deleted by periodic deletion. • Events over successive days, weeks and months within the specified date period will be deleted entirely.
  • Page 35 Calendar Start viewing events Start Time spinbox Set the earliest time you want to show when you open the Event screen in the Day or Week view mode. Alarm Settings Alarm Preset checkbox Check to set the Alarm preset time Alarm Preset spinbox Set the Alarm preset time.
  • Page 36: Todo List

    Todo List Todo List The Todo List application allows you to manage tasks you should not forget and reminds you to complete them before the due date. You can list them in the order of the checked status, the priority or description, and confirm them easily.
  • Page 37 Todo List Description combobox Select your choice from the list or enter the desired description. Entered items are added to the list. When items exceed 20 in number, the oldest one will be deleted. Start Date checkbox/ Turn the checkbox on and tap the Start date button to Start Date button select the start date.
  • Page 38: Creating A New Todo List Entry

    Todo List Checked status button Tap to sort the entries by checked status (completed or incomplete). Completed checkbox When unchecked, the task is not completed; when checked, the task is completed. Priority button Tap to sort the entries by priority. Description button Tap to sort the entries by description.
  • Page 39: Modifying A Todo List Entry

    Todo List • Tap the Priority drop-down list button and select the priority. • Tap the Category drop-down list button to set the task’s category. You can also enter a desired category name. For details, see the separate Start-up Guide. •...
  • Page 40: Duplicating A Todo Task Entry

    Todo List Duplicating a Todo task entry On the lndex screen, highlight the entry you want to duplicate by using Tap the “Data” menu and then tap “Duplicate”. The duplicated entry will be added on the Index screen. Deleting a Todo task entry Deleting a Todo task entry On the Index screen, tap and hold the entry you want to delete.
  • Page 41: Checking A Completed Entry On The Index Screen

    Todo List Checking a completed entry on the Index screen After completing a Todo task, check the Completed checkbox on the Index screen or the Todo task entry will be recognized as incomplete. On the Index screen, tap the Completed checkbox of the completed entry. To remove the check, tap the Completed checkbox again.
  • Page 42: Imagepad

    ImagePad ImagePad ImagePad allows you to handle image files. You can view and add comments to image files copied from your PC. You can easily handwrite memos. And, ImagePad can display BMP, JPEG, GIF and PNG formats. ImagePad files can be displayed on the Files Home screen too.
  • Page 43 ImagePad File menu Rename Renames the image file. (See page 42.) View menu List Lists the image files by name. (See page 47.) Thumbnails Lists the image files by thumbnails. (See page 47.) List View Settings Customizes the items to be displayed on the Index screen.
  • Page 44 (the image file itself will not be damaged). It will also take a long time to save or rotate the image. • When the same image is displayed on the SL-5600 and the PC, there may be differences such as variations in rendering colors.
  • Page 45 ImagePad New File/Edit screen On the Index or Image view screen, tap Shortcut icon for selecting Line Color Shortcut icons for selecting Tools File menu Save Saves the image file. Edit menu Undo Undoes the last operation. Clear image Deletes the selected part. Drawing Tools Selects the tool: Pen, Eraser, Line, Square, Circle and Select.
  • Page 46: Writing Memos By Hand (creating New Memos)

    To erase a portion, tap the Eraser icon and drag the stylus across the area to erase. When finished writing, tap When an expansion memory card is inserted in the SL-5600, the screen for selecting the destination will be displayed. Select the destination.
  • Page 47 ImagePad Drawing straight lines, square, and circles To draw a straight line in a newly created image, tap To draw a square, tap To draw a circle, tap Set the line color and fill color (see below). Use the stylus to draw the line, square, or circle. Note: Because the screen is made up of pixels, inclined lines will not be perfectly straight.
  • Page 48: Modifying A Memo (image File)

    ImagePad Modifying a memo (image file) You can edit files on the Edit screen. On the Index screen, highlight the file you want to edit by using The Edit screen will be displayed. When finished editing, tap Caution! Some image files may change to a lower resolution if edited. Make a copy before editing an important file, and edit the duplicated file.
  • Page 49: Rotating The Image 90° Degrees And Saving It

    ImagePad Rotating the image 90° degrees and saving it This procedure is used to rotate an image by 90° (counterclockwise) and save it in the rotated condition. When a horizontal image like a photograph is rotated by 90° and saved, it will appear larger in the full screen view. On the Index screen, highlight the file you want to rotate by using Tap the “Option”...
  • Page 50: Displaying A Slideshow Of The Files

    ImagePad Rotating or reversing images On the Image view screen, tap the “View” menu and then tap “Rotate by 180”, etc. The image file will be rotated or reversed according to the command. Displaying a slideshow of the files All image files in a folder will be opened once from the top of the list in the full screen mode.
  • Page 51: Changing Image View Screen And Slideshow Settings, And The Cancel Key Actions

    ImagePad Changing Image view screen and slideshow settings, and the Cancel key actions You can remove or display the scroll bar or status bar in the Image view screen and change the action of the key in the Index screen. Changing the action of the Cancel key is useful when you have files sorted into various folders, because it allows you to search for files using key operations.
  • Page 52 ImagePad Slideshow settings Auto-play checkbox If checked, files will be automatically opened after the present file has displayed a preset amount of time. Repeat checkbox If checked, files will be automatically opened repeatedly after the present file has displayed a preset amount of time.
  • Page 53: Switching The View Mode On The Index Screen

    ImagePad Switching the view mode on the Index Screen Changing from Thumbnail view to List view On the Index screen, tap the “View” menu, then tap “List”. Tapping “Thumbnails” on the “View” menu will return to the thumbnail view. List view Column buttons Tap to sort the files by the column item.
  • Page 54: Text Editor

    Text Editor Text Editor The Text Editor application allows you to manage (create, edit) a simple text file and ® ® synchronize with Microsoft Outlook to transfer its note entries. This application has two Index screens: Text Index screen and Notes Index screen. By default, created text files are saved in the Text_Files folder in the Internal Flash memory.
  • Page 55 Text Editor Folder menu Tap to switch folders to display text files stored in other folders or on a memory card. History button Tap to list the files you have previously opened. File menu Rename Renames the file name. Convert to Copies a text file and saves it as a Notes file.
  • Page 56 Text Editor Index screen (Notes tab) On the Text Index screen, tap the Notes tab. The Notes Index screen (grounded in yellow) appears displaying a list of note entries for synchronizing with Microsoft Outlook on a PC. File menu Convert to Text Copies a note entry and saves it as a text file. Note: To view a note entry, tap the file and it will be opened allowing you to edit...
  • Page 57 Text Editor New/Edit screen (Text/Notes) to create a new file/entry or tap the file on the Index screen (with the Text or Notes tab). The New/Edit screen according to the tab will be displayed. (Screens for Notes are displayed in yellow.) View menu File menu Edit area...
  • Page 58: Creating A New Text File (text Index Screen)

    Text Editor Creating a new text file (Text Index screen) Tap the Text tab. The Text Index screen will be displayed. The New Text screen will be displayed. Enter text, then tap The screen for entering a new file name will be displayed. Folder menu File name entry field Creates a new folder.
  • Page 59: Modifying A Text File/note Entry

    Text Editor Note: • The new note entry will be named automatically with the first character(s) (up to 20) entered in the body of the note. • Note entries are created for data synchronization and cannot be shown on the Files Home screen.
  • Page 60: Setting Up The Wrap Lines

    Text Editor When you select “Convert to Notes”: The created note entry will be displayed in the Notes Index screen. When you select “Convert to Text”: The screen for entering a file name appears. Modify the file name, if necessary and then tap to save the text file.
  • Page 61: Defining The Cancel Key Function For The Text Index Screen

    Text Editor Defining the Cancel key function for the Text Index screen You can define how the Cancel key operates on the Text Index screen. There are three choices of actions. On the Text Index screen, tap the “Option” menu and then tap “Preferences...”. The Preferences screen will be displayed.
  • Page 62: Selecting The Character Code For Opening Or Saving Files

    Text Editor Selecting the character code for opening or saving files Set up the type of character code used when transferring files between this unit and a PC. Select “Latin-1” for transferring files with a Windows PC. The Latin-1 can also be selected if the unit is used without a PC.
  • Page 63: Media Player

    Media Player Media Player The Media Player application allows you to play MPEG1 video files, MP3 and WAV music files in the Internal Flash memory or on a memory card. You can hear the media sound from the built-in speaker on the back of the unit or from a headphone attached to the stereo headphone jack (diameter of the plug: 3.5 mm).
  • Page 64 Media Player The Index screen appears. Index screen (Video/Music tab) Playlist screen Video tab Play button Up button Music tab (for Playlist) Add to playlist button Down button (for Playlist) Remove from playlist button Size button Playlist tab Media button Title button File List area Video tab...
  • Page 65 Media Player File menu Play Plays the file in the Video, Music, or Playlist Index screen. Info Displays the file information. Add to playlist Adds a file to the Playlist. Moves the selected file up in the Playlist. Down Moves the selected file down in the Playlist. Remove from Removes a file from the Playlist.
  • Page 66 Media Player For video files Normal mode Fullscreen mode Current playback Playback time/total locator playback time •If you tap on the screen, the display returns to the Index screen. Press (left) When pressed after a file plays more than 2 seconds, the current file will be played again from the beginning.
  • Page 67 Media Player For music files File information File name, artist name, sampling rate, etc. Playback control buttons Tap to turn off the display to be power- thrifty during playback. Press to turn Current playback time/ the display on. total playback time Playback Control (Play) Plays the current file from the top or resumes playback if...
  • Page 68: Playing A File

    Before playing files, insert the memory card that contains the music or video file into the appropriate card slot of the SL-5600, or copy the audio files to the Internal Flash folder of the unit using the Zaurus File Transfer application.
  • Page 69: Playing A File In The Playlist

    Adding files to the Playlist On the Index screen, tap the Video or Music tab. All files stored in the SL-5600 and memory card will be displayed according to the file type to be played. Tap the desired file in the list.
  • Page 70: Other Functions

    Media Player To playback files in the Playlist tab Tap the Playlist tab. , press , or press the SELECT key. Files in the Playlist will be played starting with the highlighted file. Playback will stop at the bottom of the list. Note: If the Repeat mode is selected in the Option menu, all files in the Playlist will be played continuously.
  • Page 71 Media Player • When video files are selected, the following will be displayed: Picture size, Frame rate, etc. • When music files are selected, the following will be displayed: Sampling rate, Channel, etc. to close the screen. Note: You can extend the use of MP3 playback using the “Display off” mode. (See the “Disp OFF”...
  • Page 72: Opera Browser

    Opera Browser Opera Browser The Opera Browser application allows you to browse the Internet. To browse the Internet, you must set up the communication method (modem card, LAN card, etc.) and network preferences. (For connection method, see page 168.) Note: •...
  • Page 73 Displays online help. Tap to close. Main menu Open local file Displays a file list stored in the SL-5600 or on a memory card. Tap a file to open it using the Opera Browser. Navigation Back [Z] Returns to the previous page.
  • Page 74 New window Opens a new empty window on the current open window. Save current Saves the current page in the SL-5600 or on the memory card. To open the page, use the “Open local file” menu. Full screen Displays the current page in full screen.
  • Page 75 Opera Browser Preferences [P] General Displays the screen for setting up the General preferences. (homepage address, etc.) Security Displays the screen for setting up the Security preferences. (cookies, etc.) File types Displays the screen for setting up the preferences for file types.
  • Page 76: Opening The Specified Web Page

    Opera Browser Saving Web Contents Tap and hold an image on the page to initiate a pop up menu. Save or open the image, copy the image URL, etc, by selecting the menu command in the menu. Tap and hold a link to pop up the link context menu, allowing you to save the links contexts directly to a file, etc., by selecting the menu command in the menu.
  • Page 77: Using The Web Search Function

    Opera Browser Enter the desired Web page address. Tap “Go to page”. The specified Web page will be displayed. Note: • Entering “www” or “.com” in the Web page address field can be omitted. • To display the Web page on a new window, tap “New window” in step 3. Using the Web Search function Search allows you to find information using the search engine you select.
  • Page 78: Using The Bookmarks

    Opera Browser Using the bookmarks Tap the Bookmarks icon ( The Bookmarks screen will be displayed. Go radio button Del radio button Move radio button Edit radio button Bookmark list Add current page button New folder button Go radio button Displays the page selected in the bookmark list.
  • Page 79 Opera Browser The Edit bookmark screen will be displayed. Web page address field will contain the address of the latest successfully loaded Web page. Modify the bookmark title and Web page address, etc. and then tap “OK”. The registered Web page will be added to the bookmark list. Displaying the bookmarked page using bookmarks On the Bookmarks screen, tap the “Go”...
  • Page 80: Creating A New Folder In The Bookmark List

    Opera Browser Changing the bookmark order On the Bookmarks screen, tap the “Move” radio button. Drag the selected bookmark up or down the Bookmark list to the desired position. Creating a new folder in the bookmark list On the Bookmarks screen, tap “New folder”. The Edit folder screen appears.
  • Page 81: Managing The Window

    Opera Browser On the Window list screen, tap “Save current”. The screen for entering the destination and file name appears. The “Save to” field displays the default file name. If desired, modify the file name and then tap the “Storage” drop-down list button to change the destination.
  • Page 82 Opera Browser The Window list screen appears. Windows icon Window list showing all open windows. The window you tap will be placed on the top and become active. Function buttons These functions can also be carried out from the “Windows” menu commands in the “Menu”.
  • Page 83: Magnifying Or Reducing The Page

    Opera Browser Displaying the current window on the full screen On the Window list screen, tap “Full screen”. The current window will be displayed in the full screen. Note: • To return to the normal screen, press Shift ( ) + Return ( ) on the hardware keyboard.
  • Page 84: Switching The Screen Layout

    Opera Browser Switching the scaling of the page Tap the “Menu” icon and then tap “Viewing” to select “Toggle scaling”. Or tap the “Scale page” icon. The page view switches between 100% and the selected scaled value. Repeating step 1 toggles the page view. Switching the Screen layout Opera Browser has two types of layout: Traditional (normal screen) layout and Content column (small screen) layout.
  • Page 85 Opera Browser The Find screen appears. Find icon Keyword field Enter here the keyword. Enter the keyword in the keyword field. Place the checkmark on the desired Find option. Tap “Find” to start searching. If the selection is found, it will be highlighted. Tap the “Find”...
  • Page 86: Setting Up The Opera Browser Preferences

    Opera Browser Setting up the Opera Browser preferences Setting up the General preferences Tap the “Menu” icon and then tap “Preferences” to select “General”. The General preferences screen appears. OK button Apply button Tap here to save the Tap here to save the settings and close settings but leave the the screen.
  • Page 87 Opera Browser Notes on the Popup window When “Accept popup windows” is selected, a full screen popup window will open on the Web page. The following popup control dialog box also will be displayed in the popup window. Tap to accept the popup window. Hide Tap to keep the popup window in the background.
  • Page 88 Accept cookies When checked, only the information you entered or selected on the Web page will be saved. The cookie will be sent back the next time when the SL-5600 browses the same Web page. Enable javascript Tap to activate the Javascript. (ECMAScript)
  • Page 89 Opera Browser Setting the Filetype preferences Opera Browser handles some file types itself, such as Web page documents. Others are passed on to plug-ins and external applications, or just saved on your PC. The Filetype preferences let you control Opera Browser's behavior when it encounters different file types.
  • Page 90 Ask for file Opera Browser asks you to enter a name and save the name page to the SL-5600. Automatic Opera Browser downloads and saves the page to the SL- download 5600 with its original file name.
  • Page 91: Keyboard Shortcuts

    Opera Browser Keyboard shortcuts Use the following single key or combination key shortcuts from the hardware keyboard: Shift+ cursor: Scrolls pages to one of the indicated directions. Shift+Return: Toggles view mode between normal and full screen. Pops up the main menu. Goes to the page viewed before the current page.
  • Page 92: Email

    EMail EMail Overview The EMail application allows you to send and receive e-mail messages and features: • POP3/POP3(APOP)/IMAP4/SMTP protocols • Multiple e-mail accounts • Converts attachment files using the MIME format • The Mail light (LED) flashes for an e-mail receipt •...
  • Page 93 EMail Index screen On the Applications Home screen, tap the “EMail” application icon. The EMail Index screen has five tabs. Folders tab Browses the Inbox, Outbox, Sent and Draft folders, etc. of each account in the tree format. Synchronization folders are used for synchronization with a PC.
  • Page 94 EMail Inbox tab Sort by folder button Send mail icon Get all mails icon Storage New mail icon switch button Reply mail icon Delete icon Folders tab Sort by status Double- button tapping the folder in the tree displays the Index screen for the folder.
  • Page 95 EMail Storage switch Switches the storage between the Internal Flash memory and button memory card to save the created or received e-mail messages. Send mail icon Sends all unsent e-mail messages in the Outbox. Get all mails icon Receives all e-mail messages that are saved in the mail server.
  • Page 96 EMail Option New account Opens the New account screen. (See page 93.) Edit account Opens the Edit account screen selected in the submenu. Delete account Deletes the selected account selected in the submenu. Font Changes the display font size. Show summary Selects whether or not to display the e-mail messages in details on the Index screen.
  • Page 97 EMail Deletion checkbox Deletes e-mail messages checked by the “Delete mail” menu on the Index screen. (This option does not work for unsent or unread messages.) Previous icon Displays the previous message. Next icon Displays the next message. Send mail icon Sends the e-mail message displayed on the Examine (Outbox, Draft) screen.
  • Page 98 EMail to close the Examine screen and return to the Index screen. New mail screen On the Index screen, tap Address Book icon Direction drop-down Attachments icon list button E-mail address field Subject field Message area Direction drop-down Tap to select the e-mail address direction (To, Cc, Bcc and list button From).
  • Page 99: E-mail Accounts

    EMail E-mail accounts The EMail application allows multiple e-mail accounts to be registered. Note: If you have already registered e-mail accounts in the Network application, they apply to the e-mail accounts for the EMail application. To configure detailed settings, tap the “Option” menu on the Index screen and then tap the account from the “Edit account”...
  • Page 100 EMail Server settings Authentication Check this box if your SMTP server needs sending checkbox authentication. Settings button If the Authentication checkbox is on, tap to create settings. If your server needs Authentication certification, turn the Authentication checkbox on and then tap the “Settings” button. Make necessary setting changes on the Authentication settings screen that will be displayed, and then tap Tap the Incoming tab to set the receiving options.
  • Page 101 EMail When you have finished settings, tap to save them. Note: • You can view the e-mail messages for each e-mail account even if multiple accounts are registered. • When multiple e-mail accounts are registered, specify the account in which to create a new e-mail message by tapping the account name on the Folders tab before tapping Editing the e-mail account...
  • Page 102: Creating An E-mail Message

    Note: • Selecting “Synchronization” only creates an e-mail for synchronization with a PC. To send e-mails from your SL-5600, select e-mail accounts other than “Synchronization”. • To save created e-mail messages to memory cards, insert the memory cards into the specified card slots. Tap the Storage switch button and select the desired storage before performing step 2.
  • Page 103 EMail The selected recipient will be displayed at the top of the screen. Tap and hold the recipient to display the pop-up menu. This menu allows you to edit or delete the recipient. To manually enter an e-mail address: Tap “Input...” on the Select recipients screen to display the Recipients screen. Enter only one address in the field, and select “To”, “Cc”...
  • Page 104 EMail After entering/selecting the e-mail address(es), tap The display returns to the New mail screen. Enter the subject and body. If you want to attach one or more files, tap the Attachments icon ( File type drop-down list button Narrow the category by switching the file types: “image”, “text”, etc.
  • Page 105: Sending E-mail Messages

    EMail • You can enter the e-mail address in the Email address field directly. To add “Cc” or “Bcc”, tap the Direction drop-down list button and then tap “Cc” or “Bcc”. When entering multiple addresses, insert a comma between each. •...
  • Page 106: Receiving E-mail Messages

    100 EMail Sending a single e-mail message In the EMail application, tap the desired e-mail message on the Outbox Index screen. The Examine screen appears. Tap the Send mail icon ( ) on the Examine screen. The pop-up screen for network connection appears. Tap “Connect”...
  • Page 107 EMail 101 Receiving e-mail messages from one e-mail account Tap the Inbox tab. Tap the “Mail” menu and then tap “Get mail in”. Tap the desired account. The pop-up screen for network connection appears. Tap “Connect” to start connection. The received e-mail messages will be displayed on the Inbox Index screen. Caution! No operations are allowed during receiving e-mails.
  • Page 108: Opening An E-mail Message

    102 EMail Opening an e-mail message Tap the Inbox tab. The Inbox Index screen will appear. Storage switch button Sort by folder button Sort by status button Column buttons If necessary, tap the Storage switch button to select the desired Storage. Note: •...
  • Page 109: Opening Or Arranging Attachments

    EMail 103 to close the Examine screen. Note: For read and sent e-mail messages : If the Deletion checkbox is selected, you can delete them at a time from the “Mail” menu of the Index screen. (See page 105.) The checked e-mail messages will be displayed in gray on the Inbox/ Sent Index screen.
  • Page 110: Replying/forwarding To An E-mail Message

    104 EMail to return to the Examine screen. Note: The memory cards are not case-sensitive to file names. Files such as “ABC.txt” and “aBC.txt” attached to the same e-mail will be treated as the same file when received. The contents of the first file will be overwritten with the second one.
  • Page 111: Deleting E-mail Messages

    EMail 105 Deleting e-mail messages Deleting an e-mail message Tap the desired tab. Move the focus to the e-mail message you want to delete. Tap the drop-down list button and then tap “This mail“. Tap “Yes” to delete the message. Note: Or on the Examine screen, tap and then tap “Yes”...
  • Page 112: Registering The E-mail Address Of The Sender In The Address Book Application

    106 EMail Tap the drop-down list button and then tap “All mails”. Double-tapping the account name in step 2 displays “All mails in this account” instead of “All mails”. With that command, you can delete all e-mail messages received within that account. Tap “Yes”...
  • Page 113: Changing The View Pattern

    EMail 107 The selected e-mail address will be registered to the Address Book application and the display turns to the Index screen of the Address Book application. Editing can be done at this time. Changing the view pattern Displaying the e-mail message on the Index screen On the Index screen, you can display each e-mail message.
  • Page 114: Creating A New Folder And Organizing E-mail Messages

    108 EMail Switching the e-mail status between Sent and Unsent On the Outbox or Sent Index screen, move the focus to the e-mail message you want to switch. Or open the Examine screen of the e-mail message. Tap the “Mail” menu and tap “Set status”, then select “Sent” or “Unsent”. The status switches between Sent and Unsent.
  • Page 115 EMail 109 Moving an e-mail message to another folder This function allows you to move an e-mail message to another created folder. On the Index screen, move the focus to the e-mail message you want to move. Tap the “Option” menu and then tap “Move to”. The folder name will be listed in the “Move to”...
  • Page 116: Filtering Received E-mail Messages

    110 EMail Note: The default folders (“Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Sent” and “Draft”) cannot be renamed or deleted. Filtering received e-mail messages you can classify e-mail messages by specifying conditions for a created folder. You can also classify incoming e-mail messages automatically. Creating a new filter On the Index screen, tap the “Option”...
  • Page 117 EMail application and save the created filter settings. Caution! Be sure to carry out step 6 (closes the EMail application) to save the created filter settings. Resetting or restarting the SL-5600 without closing the EMail application will clear the new filter conditions.
  • Page 118 EMail application. Caution! Be sure to carry out step 6 (close the EMail application) to save the modified filter settings. Resetting or restarting the SL-5600 without closing the EMail application will not save the modification. Deleting a filter On the Filter settings screen, tap the desired filter you want to delete.
  • Page 119: Searching For Received E-mail Messages

    EMail 113 Searching for received e-mail messages You can display specific e-mail messages, such as by subject, by date, etc. On the Inbox Index screen, tap the “Option” menu and then tap “Search”. Specify the search conditions. Arrived date option Date button From combobox Searches for e-mail messages by the selected or entered...
  • Page 120: Moving Or Duplicating E-mails Between The Internal Flash And Memory Cards

    114 EMail Moving or duplicating e-mails between the Internal Flash and memory cards You can move or duplicate e-mail messages between the Internal Flash memory and CF card and SD memory card. Insert the memory card. On the Index screen, select the e-mail messages you want to move or duplicate, tap the “Mail”...
  • Page 121: Voice Recorder

    You can record and save audio files in the Internal Flash memory or on an expansion memory card by using the built-in microphone (on the left and back) of the SL-5600. Recorded data can be heard from the built-in speaker (on the back of the unit) or by a commercially available stereo headphone (diameter of the plug: 3.5 mm).
  • Page 122 When the Voice Recorder is stopped, tap to open the Preferences screen. (See page 120.) Adjust the slide to change the Input Gain. • Recorded voice can also be saved on the expansion memory card inserted into the SL-5600. (See page 120.)
  • Page 123: Recording

    Voice Recorder 117 Recording On the Applications Home screen, tap the “Voice Recorder” application icon. The Control (Index) screen appears. • If you want to record files on a CF or SD/MMC memory card, select it from the Preferences screen on the Option menu. (See page 120.) The time indicator shows the available recordable length of time (right) and the actual recording length (left).
  • Page 124: Launching The Recorder With The Calendar Key

    • Alarm setting will be disabled during recording. Launching the Recorder with the Calendar key You can launch the Voice Recorder when the SL-5600 is turned off or while closing the Voice Recorder and running other applications. Press and hold the Calendar key ( ( )) a few seconds.
  • Page 125: Playing

    Voice Recorder 119 Playing Recorded data will be played back from the built-in speaker on the back of the SL- 5600, or from a headphone attached to the stereo headphone jack. From the file Index on the Control screen, tap the desired file. , press , or press the SELECT key.
  • Page 126: Setting Up The Preferences

    Adjust the input gain (sensitivity of the built-in slider microphone). Turn on by Calendar key When unchecked, the SL-5600 will not turn on even if checkbox you press and hold the Calendar key. To prevent the recording function from launching by mistake, uncheck this box.
  • Page 127: Extras

    Extras 121 Extras City Time You can select from six world times in this application. On the Applications Home screen, tap the “City Time” application icon. The City Time screen will be displayed. Night zone (dark area) Time Zone Map Daytime zone (bright area) Magnify button ( Date and time indicators...
  • Page 128 122 Extras Note: To find the desired region’s name, press the first character of the region’s name on the hardware keyboard. The focus moves to the matching region’s name. Tap the desired region’s name and then the city name. on the Select City screen. The selected city name appears on the button you tapped in step 1, and the setting will be saved.
  • Page 129: Clock

    Extras 123 Clock The Clock application shows the current time and date and can be used as a stopwatch. On the Applications Home screen, tap the “Clock” application icon. The Clock screen appears. Clock mode radio button Start (Stop) button Stopwatch mode Reset button radio button...
  • Page 130: Calculator

    124 Extras Calculator The Calculator application allows you to perform mathematical operations, including conversions. It functions in exactly the same way as a standard calculator. Note: Be sure to tap “C.CE” before starting calculations. On the Applications Home screen, tap the “Calculator” application icon. The Calculator screen appears.
  • Page 131 Extras 125 Rate Conversion In the conversion mode, you can convert currencies. Using this function, you first set the conversion rate, then perform conversions based on the set rate. To set the Rate Tap “Conv.”. The on-screen keyboard changes to the conversion layout. Tap “C.CE”.
  • Page 132 126 Extras Rate Calculation In this example, the rate is set to $1 equals 125 yen. Calculating a foreign currency amount for a certain number of dollars (For example, how many Japanese yen for $15) Enter “15” then tap “ratemult”. “1875”...
  • Page 133: Help Browser

    Extras 127 Help Browser The Help Browser is a hypertext help system that works in a similar way to a Web browser. On the Applications Home screen, tap the “Help Browser” icon. Tap a blue word to jump to the page concerning the word. Note: With the following methods, you can open the context-sensitive help screen of the Help Browser (not available for all applications).
  • Page 134 128 Extras Registering bookmarks By registering frequently-used pages, you can easily jump to that page. You can register up to 14 bookmarks in the Help Browser application. Display the Help Browser page you want to register to the bookmarks. Tap the “Bookmarks” menu, and then tap “Add Bookmark”. The title of the page will be registered.
  • Page 135: Games

    Games 129 Games You can launch the following games from the “Games” Home screen. To exit each game, tap or press Asteroids Destroy asteroids while avoiding collision. Press to launch a new ship. Press to move the ship. Press the SELECT key or the Space key on the keyboard to shoot.
  • Page 136: Mine Hunt

    130 Games Mine Hunt Quickly mark all the squares that contain mines. Select a game level of “Beginner”, “Advanced”, or “Expert” from the “Game” menu. Tap and hold a square to mark (or unmark) it. Marked squares have a flag. Tap a square to clear it.
  • Page 137: Settings

    In addition to the application software that has been pre-installed on the SL-5600, you can install additional applications (Linux/Qt/Java) which have been downloaded from the Internet, etc. to the SL-5600. To install software to the SL-5600, copy the desired software packages (.ipk) to the SL-5600 and then install them using the Add/Remove Software application.
  • Page 138 PC. If the Zaurus File Transfer application has been already installed to a PC, copy them to the SL-5600 by using this application. For details on how to use the Zaurus File Transfer application, refer to the online manual (Zaurus File Transfer application).
  • Page 139 Settings 133 The Index screen for file installation appears displaying the list of software packages. Column buttons Tap to sort software packages by name or version. Icons : not installed : installed Software packages in the Internal Flash memory and memory cards are displayed.
  • Page 140 (Without rebooting the SL-5600, you cannot complete installation. Be sure to reboot.) Installing Packages via networks You can copy and install software packages to the SL-5600 directly from a server on the Internet. Be sure to establish a connection to the Internet before installing software packages via networks.
  • Page 141 Settings 135 Server setup Configure the server from which you want to install packages. On the Index screen for installation via networks, tap the Server Setting icon. The Package Servers screen appears. Servers list “Remove” button Removes the selected server from the list. “New”...
  • Page 142 136 Settings On the Index screen, double-tap the package you want to install. Or move the focus to the package you want to install and then tap the Package Information icon ( The Package information screen appears. “Remove” button Makes this package “Ignore”...
  • Page 143 Settings 137 Note: • Be sure to perform step 5 to complete installation. • If an error message appears during installation, follow the instructions displayed on the screen. Searching for a package You can search for a desired software package by keyword. On the Index screen for installation via networks, tap the Package Search icon The Search Packages screen appears.
  • Page 144 138 Settings Uninstalling packages If you uninstall a package, all information about the application (such as data and settings) are also deleted. On the Add/Remove Select screen, tap the “Uninstall packages” button. The Index screen for uninstallation appears. “Uninstall” button Tap the package file you want to uninstall.
  • Page 145 Settings 139 Removing packages installed via networks The Index screen for installation via networks allows you to remove packages. On the Index screen, double-tap the installed package you want to remove. Or move the focus to the package you want to remove and then tap the Package Information icon.
  • Page 146: Setting The Appearance (appearance)

    Design tab Wallpaper select button Theme screen Design Setting screen Theme tab Select the design theme for the SL-5600 screen. Design tab Customizes the screen properties in detail. Use Wallpaper checkbox When checked, applies the selected file to the wallpaper.
  • Page 147 Settings 141 On the Theme screen, tap the desired design theme. To change the theme details, tap the Design tab. See the section below for information on how to set the wallpaper to the Home screen. After making the necessary changes, tap to save the settings.
  • Page 148: Using The Application Key (application Key)

    142 Settings Using the Application Key (Application Key) This application allows you to assign the following keys on the sliding cover to other keys: Home key, Calendar key, Address Book key, Menu key, EMail key. On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Application Key” application icon. The Set Application Key screen appears.
  • Page 149: Backup Restore (using Memory Card)

    • The passcode entered for security will also be backed up and restored. • When the storage area in your SL-5600 is less than approximately 1.5 MB, you cannot perform backup operations. Make space by deleting unnecessary files, etc.
  • Page 150 Caution! Restoring backup files will overwrite all files and passcode. Insert the expansion memory card containing backup files into the card slot while the SL-5600 turned on. On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Backup Restore” application icon. The Backup/Restore screen appears.
  • Page 151: Beam Receive

    You can transfer a single entry created in the Address Book, Calendar, or Todo List applications, or an image file, etc. using the IR port (IrDA) on the left side of the unit. This section describes how to transfer data between the same models. The SL-5600 can transfer data with SL-5500.
  • Page 152 146 Settings Beam Receive screen The Beam Receive screen allows you to set up preferences for IR communication. On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Beam Receive” application icon. The Beam Receive screen appears. Beam receive mode Manual radio button (recommended) Automatic radio button Manual beam receive...
  • Page 153 Settings 147 Transferring data between the same models (SL-5600) Receiving data in Manual mode Receiving Unit On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Beam Receive” application icon. The Beam Receive screen appears. Tap the Manual radio button and then tap “Start” to enter receiving mode.
  • Page 154 For example, when a completed task entry of the Todo List application is sent from the SL-5500 to the SL-5600, the “Completed Date” item is replaced by the date of transmission (as this item does not exist on the SL-5500).
  • Page 155: Adjusting The Date And Time (date/time)

    Settings 149 Adjusting the date and time (Date/Time) The date and time setting allows you to set the current time zone, date and time. For time-critical functions to work properly, the built-in clock application must be set to the current date and time. Tap the “Date/Time”...
  • Page 156 150 Settings Tap the Weeks start on drop-down list button and tap the day you wish to start the weekly calendar: Sunday or Monday. Tap the Date Format drop-down list button and then tap the desired format. The selected format applies to the Date column displayed on the Index screen of the application, etc.
  • Page 157: Managing Power (light & Power)

    Light & Power setting allows you to control the brightness of the frontlight and auto power-off time for the following cases to save the battery power. • when the SL-5600 is not connected with the AC adapter (driven with the rechargeable battery) •...
  • Page 158 152 Settings For AC adapter (lower section) Tap the “+” or “−” button of the spinbox to set the desired time. On External Power Screen saver The screen saver will be activated if no operation is performed in the specified time. (The display background will turn white and the current time will be displayed.
  • Page 159: Adjusting The Touch Panel (recalibrate)

    Adjusting the touch panel (Recalibrate) Calibration setting allows you to calibrate the screen. To ensure that your SL-5600 correctly matches the positions you tap on the screen with the screen’s contents you may occasionally need to recalibrate. On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Recalibrate” application icon.
  • Page 160: Setting The Security (security)

    “Format”, refer to the separate Start-up Guide. Note: When you have set or changed the passcode on the SL-5600, enter and save the same passcode on the “Zaurus Manager” screen on your PC.
  • Page 161 Settings 155 Setting the passcode By default, the passcode is not registered. Use the on-screen-numeric keyboard to enter the passcode. Tap the “Set passcode” button. Enter your passcode. Up to 8 characters can be entered. The passcode you enter will be replaced with “*”...
  • Page 162 156 Settings Changing the passcode Tap the “Change passcode” button. The current passcode will be cleared. Enter the new passcode and then tap “OK”. Enter the same passcode again and then tap “OK”. You will return to the Security Settings screen. on the Security Settings screen to save the passcode.
  • Page 163: Shutting Down (shutdown)

    Terminate Qtopia button Restart Qtopia button Restarts the Qtopia system. Reboot button Resets the SL-5600. The progress bar reaches 100% and then the screen will be changed after approximately 20 seconds. Terminate Qtopia button Terminates and then launches the Qtopia system automatically.
  • Page 164: Sound Settings

    158 Settings Sound Settings You can customize the sound for start-up, received e-mail, etc. On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Sound Settings” application icon. Sound select drop-down list button Play button Select the sound from Plays the selected the list that appears. sound.
  • Page 165 Settings 159 Assigning other WAVE files In addition to the default sound files of the SL-5600, you can select WAVE files stored on the Internal Flash and the memory cards inserted. On the Sound Settings screen, tap the Select File button.
  • Page 166: System Info

    160 Settings System Info This application presents a set of information each presenting a different aspect of the system’s state. On the Settings Home screen, tap the “System Info” application icon. The System Information screen will appear. Memory tab Shows memory usage for the system and application software. Storage tab Shows storage usage.
  • Page 167 Information on memory fragmentation Edited data will be saved in the memory (where the system or application software operates) of the SL-5600. Due to accumulated operations, memory fragmentation may occur, causing a memory shortage warning to be displayed, and turning the SL- 5600 off.
  • Page 168: Tab Setting

    162 Settings Tab Setting Tab setting lets you create original Home screens. Overview On the Settings Home screen, tap the “Tab Setting” application icon. The Tab Setting screen appears. Focus Tapping the Tab area or Application area moves the focus. Application area Tab area Displays the...
  • Page 169 Settings 163 Adding tabs and application icons You can add Home screens or add application icons to existing Home screens. Tap in the area (Tab or Application) where you want to add a tab or icon, moving the focus there. Tap the New button ( The New Tab or New Application screen will be displayed.
  • Page 170 164 Settings Editing the tabs and application icons You can change Navigation tabs for the Home screen, application icons and names. On the Tab Setting screen, tap the tab or application you want to edit. Tap the Edit button ( Editing is accomplished by following Steps 3 through 7 for “Adding tabs and application icons”.
  • Page 171 Settings 165 A confirmation screen will be displayed. Tap “Yes”. The setting will be saved and the display will return to the Home screen. Returning to the Initial Configuration You can return your edited Home screen and application icons back to their initial configuration.
  • Page 172: Pc Link

    • If you changed the connection method in this PC Link application, also change the setting on the “Zaurus Manager” screen on your PC, into the same method as on the SL-5600. Otherwise communication between the SL-5600 and your PC cannot be performed.
  • Page 173 Settings 167 USB-TCP/IP (advanced) Connection method options include “USB-TCP/IP (advanced)” for functional extension. If “USB-TCP/IP (advanced)” is selected, the Hostname and USB IP fields are selectable. Do not change the hostname and IP address unless you need to change them. Changing the preset values does not allow you to connect with the currently used •...
  • Page 174: Network Settings (network)

    168 Network Settings (Network) Network Settings (Network) The Network application allows you to set up dial-up and LAN preferences. • Dial-up (via Modem): for dial-up connection using a modem card • Dial-up (via IrDA): for dial-up connection using the IrDA port •...
  • Page 175: Creating Settings Using The Wizard Screen

    Network Settings (Network) 169 Services tab Network service list Lists all settings. New button Tap to create a new setting. Edit button Tap to edit the selected setting. Delete button Tap to delete the selected setting. Wizard button Tap to create a new setting by following the on- screen instructions.
  • Page 176 170 Network Settings (Network) This screen allows you to check the current connection settings, edit them, etc. Select Connection Lists all settings created. Tap to select the desired one. drop-down list button Connection This area lists the following examples depending on your Information area settings: •...
  • Page 177 Network Settings (Network) 171 Connection type radio Select the connection type. buttons Make mail setting Check if you want to set up e-mail preferences. checkbox Next button Moves to the next screen after saving settings made on the current screen. Back button Moves to previous screen, if available.
  • Page 178 172 Network Settings (Network) Enter the necessary item. If necessary, tap the “Advanced Setting...” button to enter more settings. The Advanced setting screen appears. Init commands field Speed drop-down list button Hardware flow control checkbox Wait time slider Init-commands field Enter if you add a special command.
  • Page 179 Network Settings (Network) 173 Tap “Next”. The next screen appears telling you to set the connection ID and connection Password. Connection ID field Save Password Password field checkbox “Auto-detect name servers” checkbox Primary DNS field Secondary DNS field Connection ID field Enter your account.
  • Page 180 174 Network Settings (Network) Tap the Proxy drop-down list button and then tap the desired type. There are two types of setting options. No Proxy Select when you do not set a proxy server. Set Proxy Select when you set it manually. No Proxy Proxy drop-down list button...
  • Page 181 Network Settings (Network) 175 Tap “Next”. The next screen for e-mail settings appears, if you have checked the “Make mail setting” checkbox on the New Connection screen in step 1. Enter the e-mail settings. If you have not, the confirmation screen appears (step 11). User Name field Save Password Password field...
  • Page 182 176 Network Settings (Network) Tap “Next”. The confirmation screen appears. Register button Confirm the contents of the setting and then tap “Register” to save the settings. The display turns to Internet Setting Wizard screen. Tapping the Select Connection drop-down list button displays the created setting.
  • Page 183 Network Settings (Network) 177 Connection type radio Select the connection type. buttons Make mail setting Check if you want to set up e-mail preferences. checkbox Next button Moves to the next screen after saving settings made on the current screen. Back button Moves to previous screen, if available.
  • Page 184 178 Network Settings (Network) Connection Name field Enter the desired name for the current connection. Network “Obtain IP address When checked, the IP address is automatically obtained Automatically” from the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) checkbox server. IP Address Enter the IP Address, if necessary. Dimmed if the “Obtain IP address Automatically”...
  • Page 185 Network Settings (Network) 179 For Wireless LAN settings, the next screen for ESS-ID setting appears. Enter the ESS-ID settings. ESS-ID checkbox ESS-ID field ESS-ID checkbox Uncheck to specify the ESS-ID. ESS-ID field Enter the ESS-ID when the “ESS-ID checkbox” is unchecked. Tap “Next”.
  • Page 186 180 Network Settings (Network) Key Type drop-down Selects the encryption key length from the following: list button Disabled, 40bit (64bit), 104bit (128bit). WEP key WEP Key Type radio Selects the encryption key format, Text or Hex and enter buttons the characters as follows: Text: 5 characters for 40 bit (64 bit), or 13 characters for 104 bit (128 bit).
  • Page 187 Network Settings (Network) 181 No Proxy Select when you do not set a proxy server. Set Proxy Select when you set it manually. No Proxy Proxy drop-down list button Set Proxy Host (HTTP/ FTP) Enter the URL for HTTP/FTP proxy server. Port (HTTP/ FTP) Enter the port number for HTTP/FTP proxy server.
  • Page 188 182 Network Settings (Network) If you have not, the confirmation screen appears (step 12). User Name field Save Password Password field checkbox Account Type drop-down list button Account Name field Enter the account name, which will be displayed in the Accounts menu of the EMail application.
  • Page 189 Network Settings (Network) 183 Tap “Next”. The confirmation screen will appear. Register button Confirm the contents of the setting and then tap “Register” to save the settings. The display turns to Internet Setting Wizard screen. Tapping the Select Connection drop-down list button displays the created setting.
  • Page 190: Creating A New Setting Without Using The Wizard

    184 Network Settings (Network) Creating a new setting without using the Wizard The Wizard screen allows you to complete necessary network settings including EMail settings, such as e-mail addresses and mail server. Without the Wizard screen, you can only make settings for Internet connections. The EMail settings will be made in the EMail application.
  • Page 191 Network Settings (Network) 185 The Dial-up Modem or IrDA screen will be displayed consisting of four tabs: Account, Network, Modem, and Proxy. Name field Username field Password field Phone field Set the necessary items in the Account screen. Name field Enter the desired name for the current connection.
  • Page 192 186 Network Settings (Network) Auto-detect name Check if you want to set the DNS address assigned by the servers checkbox server. Primary DNS field Enter the primary and secondary DNS by deselecting the Secondary DNS Auto-detect name servers checkbox. field Tap the “Modem”...
  • Page 193 Network Settings (Network) 187 Tap the “Proxy” tab. Tap the Proxy drop-down list button and then tap the desired type. There are two types of setting options. No Proxy Select when you do not set a proxy server. Set Proxy Select when you set it manually.
  • Page 194 188 Network Settings (Network) The new setting will be added to the Network Service list on the Network screen. Creating a new LAN/Wireless LAN setting On the Add Network Service screen, tap “LAN” or “Wireless LAN” in the Network type list and then tap “Add”. When the LAN is selected, the LAN screen will be displayed consisting of four tabs: Account, TCP/IP, DNS, and Proxy.
  • Page 195 Network Settings (Network) 189 For the Wireless LAN settings, tap the “Config” tab and set the ESS-ID. ESS-ID checkbox ESS-ID field Network Type drop-down list button Channel spinbox ESS-ID checkbox Uncheck this checkbox to specify the ESS-ID. ESS-ID field Enter the ESS-ID when the “ESS-ID checkbox” is unchecked.
  • Page 196 190 Network Settings (Network) For the Wireless LAN settings, tap the “WEP” tab to set the encryption key. The encryption key (WEP) is used for data security for wireless communications. Enter the same settings as the access point. Key Type drop-down list button WEP Key field WEP Key Type radio...
  • Page 197 Network Settings (Network) 191 If necessary, tap “Detail” to enter the WEP keys. On the Detail screen, enter the WEP keys and tap the radio button of the selected WEP key and then tap . The Detail screen returns to the previous WEP setting screen where you can edit the selected WEP key.
  • Page 198 192 Network Settings (Network) If necessary, tap and tap the “DNS” tab and set the necessary items. Primary DNS field Secondary DNS field Default domain field “Obtain DNS Information When selected, the DNS information will be Automatically” radio automatically assigned from the server. button “Specify DNS When selected, specify the following DNS information.
  • Page 199 Network Settings (Network) 193 No Proxy Proxy drop-down list button Set Proxy Host (HTTP/FTP) Enter the URL for HTTP/FTP proxy server. Port (HTTP/FTP) Enter the port number for HTTP/FTP proxy server. Tap the up or down arrow to change the port number. “No Proxy for”...
  • Page 200 194 Network Settings (Network) Modifying settings Using Wizard: On the Internet Setting Wizard screen, tap the Select Connection drop-down list button and then tap the setting you want to modify. Without using Wizard: On the Network screen, tap the setting you want to modify. Tap “Edit”.
  • Page 201: Connecting/disconnecting To The Network

    Network Settings (Network) 195 Connecting/disconnecting to the Network Be sure that you have completed your settings following the procedure of “Network Settings (Network)” on page 168. Insert the communication card into the Card slot. The Connection Status icon (disconnected ) appears on the task bar. Note: Be sure to insert the card with the unit turned on.
  • Page 202 196 Network Settings (Network) Note: While the connection is established, “Connect” turns to “Disconnect” in the pop-up screen for network connection.
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