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Digital Media Player
How to Use
Getting Started
Customer Registration Website
Before Use
Parts and Controls
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NW-ZX2
Customer registration website [1]
Before first use [2]
Walkman instruction manuals [3]
About the operating explanations in this Help Guide [4]
Parts and controls [5]

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  • Page 1 NW-ZX2 Digital Media Player How to Use Getting Started Customer Registration Website Customer registration website [1] Before Use Before first use [2] Walkman instruction manuals [3] About the operating explanations in this Help Guide [4] Parts and Controls Parts and controls [5]...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Power/Charging Turning the power on [6] Turning the power off [7] Turning the screen on and off [8] Charging the battery [9] Extending the battery life [10] Notes on charging the battery [11] Flow of Initial Settings Flow of initial settings [12] Basic Operations How to Use the Buttons Using “Play/Pause,”...
  • Page 3 Notes on the touch screen [17] microSD Card Inserting a microSD card [18] Removing a microSD card [19] Selecting the storage to use [20] Formatting a microSD card [21] Notes on microSD cards [22] Home Screen Home screen [23] Basic operation keys [24] Switching Home screens [25] Main notification icons [26] Displaying the notification panel and shortcuts from the status bar [27]...
  • Page 4 Deleting a Google account [30] Location Information What is location information? [31] Enabling/disabling GPS [32] Setting to search for your current position with a wireless network [33] Notes on the GPS function [34] Connecting Your Walkman to Your Computer Connecting to a computer [35] Setting to automatically connect as USB storage [36] Exchanging data with a computer connected using USB [37] Disconnecting the USB cable [38]...
  • Page 5 Using the spacer [43] Transferring Content Operation Flow for Transferring Content to Your Walkman Preparing content using a Windows computer [44] Preparing content using a Mac computer [45] Installing Media Go About Media Go [46] Installing Media Go [47] Installing Content Transfer About Content Transfer [48] Installing Content Transfer [49] Importing Content to the Software...
  • Page 6 Transferring content using Media Go [53] Transferring iTunes content using Media Go [54] Transferring content using Content Transfer [55] Transferring content using Explorer [56] Transferring content using the Finder [57] Notes for transferring content such as music from your computer [58] Deleting Content from Your Walkman Deleting content from your Walkman using Media Go [59] Deleting content from your Walkman using Content Transfer [60]...
  • Page 7 What is the Bluetooth function? [66] Connecting with Bluetooth Audio Devices Making a Bluetooth connection using the NFC function [67] Making a Bluetooth Connection from the Menu Turning the Bluetooth function on/off [68] Making your Walkman detectable by Bluetooth audio devices [69] Pairing a Bluetooth audio device [70] Connecting to a Bluetooth audio device [71] Disconnecting a Bluetooth audio device [72]...
  • Page 8: Connecting To A

    What Is the NFC Function? What is the NFC function? [77] Connecting with One Touch (NFC) Making a Bluetooth connection using the NFC function [78] Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) What Is Wi-Fi Communications? What is Wi-Fi? [79] Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Turning Wi-Fi on/off [80] Connecting to a Wi-Fi network [81] Connecting to a Wi-Fi network from the settings screen [82]...
  • Page 9: Setting Wireless Playback

    Settings Sound Settings Enjoying various sound quality [87] Setting the sound quality with a single touch [88] Customizing sound quality settings [89] Presetting your equalizer settings [90] Adjusting the volume [91] Limiting the volume [92] Bluetooth Settings Setting wireless playback mode [93] Setting wireless playback quality [94] Common Settings Changing the settings [95]...
  • Page 10 Precautions Notes on handling your Walkman [98] Notes on headphones [99] Notes on the software [100] Maintenance of your Walkman [101] Customer Support Website Customer support website [102] Specifications Specifications Specifications [103] Battery life [104] Maximum recordable number of songs and time (Approx.) [105] Maximum recordable time of videos (Approx.) [106] Supported formats [107] System requirements [108]...
  • Page 11 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting What Can I Do to Solve a Problem? What can I do to solve a problem? [111] Customer support website [112] Q&A Operation Your Walkman does not operate or the power does not turn on. [113] Your Walkman does not work properly. [114] Your Walkman power turns off or on automatically.
  • Page 12 A drink (water, coffee, etc.) was spilled on your Walkman, or the Walkman was washed in the washing machine. [120] You want to back up the content such as music stored on your Walkman. [121] You cannot get your current position using the GPS. [122] An application does not start.
  • Page 13 The rechargeable battery needs to be replaced. [134] The battery life is short. [135] How long is the standard battery duration? [136] How long does it take to charge the battery? [137] Connection to a Computer The computer does not recognize your Walkman. [138] The computer does not recognize a microSD card inserted in your Walkman.
  • Page 14 You cannot hear sound from the Bluetooth audio device. [148] You cannot operate your Walkman from a Bluetooth audio device. [149] Sound skips or noise is generated during a Bluetooth connection. [150] Video sound is delayed when listening to sound via a Bluetooth audio device. [151] You cannot connect with one touch (NFC).
  • Page 15 Customer registration website We recommend that you register your Walkman so we can provide better customer support. Visit one of the following websites to register the Walkman. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/walkmanreg/ For customers in Canada: English http://www.Sony.ca/Registration French http://www.Sony.ca/Enregistrement...
  • Page 16 For customers in Asia/Oceania/Middle East/Africa: English/Korean/Traditional Chinese http://www.sony-asia.com/dmpwalkman/register/ Simplified Chinese https://www.sonystyle.com.cn/b2c_sony/b2c/productRegister.do [2] How to Use Getting Started Before Use Before first use Thank you for purchasing this Walkman. This “Help Guide” explains how to transfer content to your Walkman, and how to use the various functions.
  • Page 17: Charging The

    Attribution License. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. In this manual, TM and ® marks are not specified. About model names mentioned in this “Help Guide” Depending on the country/region in which you have purchased your Walkman, some models may not be available.
  • Page 18: Important Information

    [3] How to Use Getting Started Before Use Walkman instruction manuals The operations of this Walkman are explained in the following instruction manuals. Quick Start Guide (paper) Describes the basic operating instructions (provided only in some languages). Help Guide You are currently viewing the Help Guide. This contains information such as explanations of Walkman operations and software.
  • Page 19 This Help Guide shows icons displayed on your Walkman screen as follows: Items such as menus on the screen are shown as follows: [ Storage], [USB storage settings]. Some of the operating explanations assume that you are starting from the Home screen.
  • Page 20 1. Screen (touch screen) Touch (tap) icons, items, etc., on the screen to operate your Walkman. 2. Built-in microphone 3. Headphone jack Push the headphone plug all the way in. If the headphones are connected improperly, the sound from the headphones will be impaired. Sound is not emitted from the headphones connected to the headphone jack when a Bluetooth connection is active.
  • Page 21: Inserting A Microsd

    5. Access lamp The access lamp is located under the microSD card slot cover. 6. microSD card slot The microSD card slot is located under the microSD card slot cover. Open the cover before inserting a microSD card (not supplied). Insert a microSD card until it clicks into place to increase the available storage of your Walkman.
  • Page 22: Turning The Power

    videos are fast-rewound. 14. Strap hole This is used to attach a strap (not supplied). 15. N-mark Touch a Bluetooth audio device equipped with the NFC function to this mark. [6] How to Use Getting Started Power/Charging Turning the power on Turn on the power to start your Walkman.
  • Page 23 Note It may take some time before the lock screen is displayed. Charge the battery if your Walkman cannot be turned on. The lock screen differs depending on the screen lock type you have set on the security setting screen. [7] How to Use Getting Started Power/Charging...
  • Page 24: Turning The Screen On And

    Turn off the power when not using your Walkman for an extended period of time. 1. Press and hold the button ( 2. Tap [ Power off] - [OK]. The power will then turn off. [8] How to Use Getting Started Power/Charging Turning the screen on and off You can turn off the screen when not using your Walkman in order to prevent the...
  • Page 25: Charging The Battery

    The screen will turn off. Press the button ( ) again to turn the screen on. Hint The default setting is for the screen to be turned off automatically after no operations are performed for a certain length of time. You can set the time after which the screen is turned off.
  • Page 26: Extending The Battery

    storage] on the notification panel. Tap [Turn off USB storage] displayed on the screen of the Walkman. Hint For information about the time to fully charge the battery, see “Specifications.” Note When you charge your Walkman when it has not been used for a long period of time or when you use it for the first time, your computer may not recognize it.
  • Page 27: Notes On Charging The

    If the battery life is reduced to about half of its normal life even if sufficiently charged, it has probably worn out. Please contact your nearest Sony dealer. If you charge your Walkman when it has not been used for a long period of time, your computer may not recognize it, or the Walkman may not respond.
  • Page 28: Flow Of Initial

    To prevent battery deterioration, charge the battery at least once every six months to one year. Charging is not guaranteed with homebuilt or modified computers. Operation with a USB port extended with a USB hub is only guaranteed when a self-powered USB hub that carries an authorized logo is used.
  • Page 29 Your Walkman may not turn on if the battery power is insufficient. Connect the Walkman to your computer with the USB cable (supplied) and wait about 10 minutes before turning it on. 2. Tap a language to view the software license agreement in that language. 3.
  • Page 30 4. Tap [Start]. The initial setup begins. 5. Tap [Skip]. Hint The settings for Wi-Fi connections can be set as necessary later. Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 31 6. Tap [Skip anyway]. 7. Tap to confirm the entire content, and then tap Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 32 8. Set the date and time, and then tap 9. Confirm the content or enter content as necessary, tap , and then tap Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 33 10. Tap [Finish] on the completion screen. Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 34 11. Confirm the content, and then tap [OK]. 12. Tap [OK] to confirm the content of [Guide to quality sound]. Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 35 [Guide to quality sound] contains information on how to get even more enjoyment from high quality sound. Tap [Next ], [Back] or [Exit] to navigate through [Guide to quality sound]. 13. Confirm the content, and then tap [OK]. 14. Confirm that the Home screen is displayed. Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 36: Using "Play/Pause," "Next" And "Previous"

    This completes the initial settings of your Walkman. [13] How to Use Basic Operations How to Use the Buttons Using “Play/Pause,” “Next” and “Previous” buttons You can operate Music player, Video player, etc. using the buttons ( on the side of your Walkman. Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 37: Using The Volume "+" And "-"

    button During music playback, press this button to skip to the beginning of the previous (or current) song. During video playback, press this button to skip to the beginning of the previous (or current) chapter or scene (5 minutes rewind). During music or video playback, press and hold this button to fast-rewind.
  • Page 38 Adjust the master volume quickly using the buttons ( ) on your Walkman. For more customized volume control, see “Adjusting the volume.” Hint If there is no sound even if you press the buttons ( ), swipe the status bar down, [SETTINGS] - [ Sound] - [Volumes], and then slide [Music, video, games, &...
  • Page 39: How To Use The Touch

    Volume operation (Only for countries/areas complying with European Directives) An alarm (beep) and a warning [Check the volume level] are meant to protect your ears when you turn the volume up to a level that is harmful for your ears for the first time.
  • Page 40 Lightly touch an item such as an icon or menu with your finger and immediately remove your finger. Tapping twice quickly is called “double tapping.” Press and hold Keep pressing an item such as an icon or menu. Flick (Swipe) Lightly move your finger across the touch screen.
  • Page 41 Drag Keeping your finger on the touch panel, move to the desired point and release. This moves icons, etc. and scrolls the screen. Pinch in/pinch out Touch the screen with two fingers, and move the fingers apart (pinch out) or together (pinch in).
  • Page 42: Notes On The Touch

    [17] How to Use Basic Operations How to Use the Touch Screen Notes on the touch screen Your Walkman uses a capacitive touch screen. Tap the screen directly with your fingertip. Do not scratch it or tap it with sharp objects such as a needle, pen, or fingernail.
  • Page 43 1. Pull the microSD card slot cover ( ) all the way out. 2. Swing the microSD card slot cover ( ) downwards to expose the microSD card slot ( 3. Insert a microSD card into the microSD card slot ( ) with the gold contact pins side facing up until it clicks into place.
  • Page 44: Removing A Microsd

    If you insert a microSD card that contains a lot of content, it may take 10 or more minutes for the database to be rebuilt on your Walkman. Rebuilding the database takes longer when the content is stored on a microSD card than when it is stored in the system storage.
  • Page 45: Selecting The Storage To

    5. Push the microSD card into the microSD card slot ( ). When the microSD card pops out, remove it from the slot ( Your Walkman starts updating the database and playback of music or videos stops. 6. Close the microSD card slot cover ( Note Check that the access lamp ( ) is off before you remove the microSD card.
  • Page 46: Formatting A Microsd

    1. Swipe the status bar down and tap [SETTINGS]. 2. Tap [ Storage] - [USB storage settings] - [System storage] or [SD card]. Hint [System storage] is selected at the time of purchase. You can switch the storage while your Walkman is connected to a computer. Swipe down the status bar at the top of the screen and tap [System storage selected] or [SD card selected] to put a checkmark in [System storage] or [SD card].
  • Page 47: Notes On Microsd

    2. Tap [ Storage], scroll down and then tap [Erase SD card] - [Erase data] - [Erase everything]. All data stored on the microSD card is deleted. Note Be sure to format the microSD card using your Walkman when you use it on the Walkman for the first time.
  • Page 48: Home

    operation. When a microSD card is used in locations subject to static electricity or electrical noise. We assume no responsibility for any loss or damage of stored data. We recommend that you save a backup copy of important data. Do not touch the terminal of a microSD card with your hand or a metal object. Do not strike, bend or drop a microSD card.
  • Page 49 1. Status bar Displays the status of your Walkman and notifications. 2. [Music player] widget Plays back music. 3. Application shortcuts Starts application individually. 4. [Music player] shortcut Plays back music transferred by Media Go or drag-and-drop. 5. [Sound adjustment] shortcut Starts the sound adjustment application.
  • Page 50: Basic Operation

    [24] How to Use Basic Operations Home Screen Basic operation keys The following explains the basic operation keys at the bottom of your Walkman screen. (Back) Returns to the previous screen. (Home) Returns to the Home screen. (Recent Apps) Displays recently used applications. [25] How to Use Basic Operations Home Screen...
  • Page 51: Main Notification

    screen left or right. 1. Flick the Home screen left or right. The Home screen will be switched. Hint You can check which Home screen currently is displayed by the location of displayed at the bottom of the screen. [26] How to Use Basic Operations Home Screen Main notification icons...
  • Page 52: Displaying The Notification Panel And Shortcuts From The Status

    New e-mail New e-mail (Gmail™) Receiving/downloading data Sending/uploading data Communicating data using Bluetooth function Installation complete (when an application is installed via Google Play™, etc.) System update notification Application update (when an update for an installed application is available) Event scheduled on calendar Song playing back USB connection active Error message...
  • Page 53 Swipe the status bar ( ) with one finger to display the notification panel ( ) on which you can check the details of notifications. You can also start the relevant application directly by tapping a notification on the panel. If you swipe the status bar down with two fingers, shortcuts to various settings ( are displayed.
  • Page 54 Hint Tap the icon ( ) to close the notification panel. [28] How to Use Basic Operations Microphone Using the microphone The built-in microphone of your Walkman can be used to input sound. Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 55: Setting Up A Google

    1. Built-in microphone Do not cover the microphone when using it for functions such as voice recognition. [29] How to Use Basic Operations Google™ Account Setting up a Google account Set up a Google account to use services provided by Google. Multiple accounts can be registered on your Walkman.
  • Page 56: Deleting A Google

    Note Make sure your Walkman is connected to the Internet through a Wi-Fi connection when setting up or logging in to your Google account. You can also use your Walkman without setting up a Google account; however, in this case, services provided by Google are not available. [30] How to Use Basic Operations Google™...
  • Page 57: Enabling/Disabling

    wireless network (Wi-Fi). Using GPS allows you to find your position accurately, but the process may take some time. Using a wireless network allows you to find your position quickly, but accuracy may vary. Using GPS and a wireless network together allows you to make the most of the merits of both methods.
  • Page 58: Notes On The Gps

    If [Access to my location] is set to [OFF] in step 2 above, tap [Access to my location] to turn it [ON]. [33] How to Use Basic Operations Location Information Setting to search for your current position with a wireless network Set to search for your current position with a wireless network (Wi-Fi).
  • Page 59 Move your Walkman as little as possible in an area where there are no tall buildings and trees around until the current location is displayed by the GPS function. The current location can be displayed more quickly when stationary than while moving.
  • Page 60: Connecting To A Computer

    [35] How to Use Basic Operations Connecting Your Walkman to Your Computer Connecting to a computer Connect your Walkman to a computer via USB to charge the Walkman or transfer data. 1. Connect your Walkman to a running computer via USB. The [USB storage in use] screen is displayed and your Walkman is connected automatically as a mass storage device.
  • Page 61: Exchanging Data With A Computer Connected Using

    If [USB connected] is displayed on the screen, tap [Turn on USB storage] to complete the connection. If you are prompted to make a Windows operation, click “Cancel” or “×.” When you exchange data between your Walkman and a computer, select the storage to use ([System storage] or [SD card]) on the Walkman.
  • Page 62: Disconnecting The Usb

    USB by drag-and-drop. 1. Use the USB cable (supplied) to connect your Walkman to a computer. Your Walkman will be recognized by the computer, and you will be able to drag- and-drop data. Drag-and-drop music data to the “Music” folder, video data to the “Video,” “Movies”...
  • Page 63: Notes On Connecting Your Walkman To A

    If this message is not displayed on the screen, swipe the status bar down, and then tap [Turn off USB storage] on the notification panel. [39] How to Use Basic Operations Connecting Your Walkman to Your Computer Notes on connecting your Walkman to a computer Do not disconnect your Walkman from your computer when transferring data between the Walkman and the computer via USB.
  • Page 64: Resetting Your

    [40] How to Use Basic Operations Initializing/Updating Resetting your Walkman Try resetting your Walkman if operations become unstable. Before resetting the Walkman, disconnect the Walkman from your computer and check that no content such as music is being played. Otherwise, the data may be damaged. 1.
  • Page 65: Updating Your

    tapping [Erase system storage], the following data will be erased: Music and photo data transferred to the Walkman, preinstalled content, the Help_Guide_Installer.exe or Help_Guide_Installer_for_mac file stored on [System storage] for installation on your computer. Be careful because the preinstalled content and the files in the “FOR_WINDOWS”...
  • Page 66: Transferring Content Using

    You cannot update your Walkman if you have selected [SD card] as the storage to use. Change the storage setting to [System storage]. [43] How to Use Basic Operations Using the Contents Using the spacer When using your Walkman with a portable headphone amplifier (not supplied), you can make the Walkman level using the spacer ( ) (supplied) by placing it between the portable headphone amplifier and the Walkman as shown in the figure.
  • Page 67: Preparing Content Using A Mac

    Installing Media Go (built into the system storage of your Walkman) enables you to import CDs, download and manage content from online music services, and transfer them to the Walkman. 1. Install Media Go (built into the system storage of your Walkman) on your Windows computer.
  • Page 68: About Media

    1. Install Content Transfer (built into the system storage of your Walkman) on your Mac computer. 2. Drag-and-drop the content on your Mac computer to Content Transfer. The content is transferred to your Walkman. Hint You can also transfer content directly from iTunes or the Finder to your Walkman by drag-and-drop.
  • Page 69 Install Media Go to your Windows computer. 1. Connect your Walkman to your Windows computer via USB. 2. Make sure that [USB storage in use] is displayed on the screen. Hint If [USB connected] is displayed, tap [Turn on USB storage]. 3.
  • Page 70 “WALKMAN” folder. 4. Double-click “FOR_WINDOWS.” 5. Double-click “MediaGo_WM(.exe)” in the folder. The setup file is extracted. Depending on the version of Windows, a “User Account Control” screen may appear. In this case, click “Yes.” 6. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Media Go. When you click “Finish”...
  • Page 71: About Content

    the on-screen instructions. [48] How to Use Transferring Content Installing Content Transfer About Content Transfer Content Transfer is software for your Mac computer that allows you to transfer content such as music, photos or videos managed with iTunes or the Finder to your Walkman easily.
  • Page 72 Hint If [USB connected] is displayed, tap [Turn on USB storage]. 3. Select “WALKMAN” in the sidebar of the Finder. 4. Double-click the “FOR_MAC” folder. 5. Double-click “ContentTransfer.pkg.” The installer starts. 6. Follow the on-screen instructions to install Content Transfer. is displayed in the Dock when the installation is completed.
  • Page 73 storage to use. [50] How to Use Transferring Content Importing Content to the Software Importing and transferring content from media using Media Use Media Go to import and transfer content such as music on your Windows computer. This section explains how to import and transfer music from CDs. Your computer must be connected to the Internet to obtain CD information such as song names and artist names automatically.
  • Page 74 4. Insert an audio CD into the CD drive of your Windows computer. 5. Confirm the music content on the audio CD. 6. Transfer the music content on the audio CD to your Walkman. Drag-and-drop the cover art of the desired CD ( ) to “WALKMAN (model name)”...
  • Page 75 Import content such as music imported to your Windows computer into Media Go. 1. Start Media Go. 2. Select the type of content you want to import from “Library.” 3. Drag-and-drop the content into the Content List area. Hint You can also import data organized by programs such as iTunes by selecting “File”...
  • Page 76: Transferring Content Using Media

    [52] How to Use Transferring Content Importing Content to the Software Importing podcasts into Media Go Media Go has a wide range of podcast functions on Windows, and you can use Media Go to manage your podcast subscriptions. The podcast directory is also convenient for finding the latest content or content you are interested in.
  • Page 77: Transferring Itunes Content Using Media

    2. Connect your Walkman to a running computer via USB, and then start Media 3. Select the desired content ( ) on Music Library of Media Go, and drag-and- drop it to your “WALKMAN (model name)” ( Media Go recognizes the type of data by the filename extension and sends it to the appropriate folder of your Walkman.
  • Page 78: Transferring Content Using Content

    1. On your Walkman, select the storage ([System storage] or [SD card]) as the destination for transferring content. 2. Connect your Walkman to a running computer via USB, and then start Media 3. Start iTunes. 4. Select the desired content from iTunes ( ), and drag-and-drop it to your “Walkman (model name)”...
  • Page 79 Transfer content such as music or playlists on your Mac computer or managed with iTunes to your Walkman. Content with copyright protection cannot be transferred. 1. On your Walkman, select the storage ([System storage] or [SD card]) as the destination for transferring content. 2.
  • Page 80 Transferring content using Explorer Content such as music can be directly transferred by drag-and-drop using Windows Explorer. 1. On your Walkman, select the storage ([System storage] or [SD card]) as the destination for transferring content. 2. Connect your Walkman to a running computer via USB. 3.
  • Page 81 “WALKMAN” folder. 4. Open the folder to which you want to transfer content. To transfer music files or folders: “Music” folder To transfer photo files or folders: “Picture,” “Pictures,” or “DCIM” folder To transfer video files or folders: “Video,” “Movies” or “DCIM” folder 5.
  • Page 82 Content such as music can be directly transferred by drag-and-drop using the Finder. 1. On your Walkman, select the storage ([System storage] or [SD card]) as the destination for transferring content. 2. Connect your Walkman to a running computer via USB. 3.
  • Page 83: Notes For Transferring Content Such As Music From Your

    Note Do not change folder name or delete the “Music” folder. Some songs may not be played back on your Walkman due to copyright protection. Do not disconnect your Walkman while the data is transferred. Otherwise, data being transferred or stored on the Walkman may be damaged. If the Walkman is disconnected while files are being transferred, unnecessary files may be left in the Walkman.
  • Page 84: Deleting Content From Your Walkman Using

    Note Do not rename the following default folders. Music Picture, Pictures and DCIM Video, Movies and DCIM Otherwise, they will not be recognized by your Walkman anymore. Some songs may not be played back on your Walkman due to copyright protection.
  • Page 85: Deleting Content From Your Walkman Using Content

    1. Connect your Walkman to a running computer via USB. 2. Start Media Go. 3. Double-click “WALKMAN (model name)” and select the type of content you want to delete. The content list is displayed. 4. Select the content you want to delete. 5.
  • Page 86 4. Click the icon of the folder (such as “Music”) that contains the content you want to delete. The content list is displayed. 5. Select the content you want to delete. 6. Click “Delete.” The selected content is deleted. [61] How to Use Transferring Content Deleting Content from Your Walkman Deleting content from your Walkman using Explorer...
  • Page 87: Deleting Content From Your Walkman Using The

    “WALKMAN” folder. 3. Open the folder containing the file(s) you want to delete. To delete a music file or a folder that contains music: “Music” folder To delete a photo file or a folder that contains photos: “Picture,” “Pictures” or “DCIM”...
  • Page 88: Playing Live Albums With No Gaps In Between

    To delete a music file or a folder that contains music: “Music” folder To delete a photo file or a folder that contains photos: “Picture,” “Pictures” or “DCIM” folder To delete a video file or a folder that contains videos: “Video,” “Movies” or “DCIM”...
  • Page 89 You can delete content imported to Media Go. 1. Start Media Go. 2. Select the type of content you want to delete from “Library.” The content list is displayed. 3. Select the content you want to delete. 4. Click “Edit” - “Delete.” A “Confirm Delete”...
  • Page 90 3. Input the lyrics information. For details about how to input the lyrics, refer to the help of Media Go. Hint For details about how to use Media Go, refer to the help of Media Go. Note If lyrics information input using Media Go is not displayed on your Walkman, delete the song from the Walkman and transfer it again.
  • Page 91: Making A Bluetooth Connection Using The Nfc

    [67] How to Use Bluetooth Connecting with Bluetooth Audio Devices Making a Bluetooth connection using the NFC function Simply touch your Walkman to a Bluetooth audio device that has the NFC function to automatically turn on the power of the Bluetooth audio device, pair the Walkman and the Bluetooth audio device, and make a Bluetooth connection.
  • Page 92 Hint Touch the devices together again to disconnect. Take the following measures if the connection is poor. Slowly move your Walkman over the mark of the Bluetooth audio device ( If your Walkman is in a case, remove the case. To turn off the NFC function, swipe the status bar down, tap [SETTINGS] - [More] - [NFC] and remove the check mark.
  • Page 93: Making Your Walkman Detectable By Bluetooth Audio

    OFF]. 2. Tap to switch [ON]/[OFF]. Hint To reduce battery consumption, turn off the Bluetooth function when not in use. Note The Bluetooth communications antenna ( ) is built in to your Walkman. If you cover the antenna ( ) with your hands or other objects while using Bluetooth communications, the communication quality may be affected.
  • Page 94: Pairing A Bluetooth Audio

    seconds. [70] How to Use Bluetooth Making a Bluetooth Connection from the Menu Pairing a Bluetooth audio device To connect with a new Bluetooth audio device, you need to pair with it while the Bluetooth function of your Walkman is on. You only need to do this once between the Walkman and the new Bluetooth audio device.
  • Page 95: Connecting To A Bluetooth Audio

    With some devices, a connection is established after pairing. Hint If the Bluetooth audio device you want to connect with has an NFC function, pairing and connection can be made with one touch. Note A passkey (*1) input screen is displayed for some devices. Check the passkey of the other device, and input the passkey.
  • Page 96: Disconnecting A Bluetooth Audio

    If the [PAIRED DEVICES] list is not displayed, or the device you want to connect with is not displayed in the [PAIRED DEVICES] list, pair the devices first. Hint If the Bluetooth audio device you want to connect with has an NFC function, pairing and connection can be made with one touch.
  • Page 97: Deleting A Paired Bluetooth Audio

    Deleting a paired Bluetooth audio device When the Bluetooth function is on, you can delete the pairing information of a Bluetooth audio device. 1. Swipe the status bar down and tap [BLUETOOTH]. is displayed on the right of the name of the device you want to unpair in the list.
  • Page 98 connect with has an LDAC function. [Always use SBC] The Bluetooth connection is made using SBC even if the Bluetooth device you want to connect with has an LDAC function. Note The [Wireless playback mode] setting cannot be changed while your Walkman is connected to a Bluetooth audio device.
  • Page 99 [Prioritize connection] The sound quality may not be as good as in other modes, but the connection status will most likely be stable. This setting is recommended if the connection is unstable. Hint If the sound is interrupted, select [Prioritize connection]. Note Changing the wireless playback quality setting of your Walkman may not have any effect depending on the settings of the Bluetooth audio device.
  • Page 100 When using inside a backpack or shoulder bag. When using in an area with a wireless LAN, in an area where devices such as microwave ovens, mobile phones and mobile gaming devices with a communication function are in use nearby, or in other areas where electromagnetic waves are being emitted. When the antenna (aerial) built into your Walkman is covered by your hand or blocked by people in situations such as riding in a crowded train.
  • Page 101 Sony bears no responsibility whatsoever for information leaks that occur as a result of using Bluetooth technology. Your Walkman is not guaranteed to connect with all Bluetooth devices. Bluetooth devices you connect to must conform to the Bluetooth standard specified by Bluetooth SIG and be certified.
  • Page 102 1. Swipe the status bar down, tap [SETTINGS] - [More] and check that [NFC] is checked. 2. If the Bluetooth audio device has an NFC switch, set the NFC switch to on. 3. Touch your Walkman to the Bluetooth audio device. Touch the mark of your Walkman ( ) to the mark of the Bluetooth audio device ).
  • Page 103 [More] - [NFC] and remove the check mark. [79] How to Use Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) What Is Wi-Fi Communications? What is Wi-Fi? Wi-Fi (*1) communication is communications technology which allows you to connect wireless LAN devices displaying the Wi-Fi logo and use public wireless LAN service. You can use Wi-Fi to browse the Internet on your Walkman or connect to other communications devices.
  • Page 104 2. Tap to switch [ON]/[OFF]. Hint To reduce battery consumption, turn off the Wi-Fi function when not in use. Wi-Fi (*1) communications is communications technology which allows you to connect wireless LAN devices displaying the Wi-Fi logo and use public wireless LAN service.
  • Page 105 1. Internet 2. Modem 3. Wi-Fi router 4. Computer 5. Walkman Question: Does your Wi-Fi router have a WPS button? Yes. Go to “Connecting to a Wi-Fi network using the WPS button.” Go to “Connecting to a Wi-Fi network from the settings screen.” Note For information about your wireless LAN environment, please contact the manufacturer of your Wi-Fi device, the wireless LAN service provider that you...
  • Page 106 If your Wi-Fi router does not support WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), turn on the Wi-Fi function, and then make a Wi-Fi connection by selecting a network from the list of available networks. 1. Swipe the status bar down and tap [WI-FI].
  • Page 107 Connecting to a Wi-Fi network using the WPS button If your Wi-Fi router supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), turn on the Wi-Fi function, and then make a Wi-Fi connection easily by pressing the button. 1. Swipe the status bar down and tap [WI-FI].
  • Page 108 [84] How to Use Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN) Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Adding a Wi-Fi network manually You can add a Wi-Fi network manually if the Wi-Fi network you want to use is not detected automatically when Wi-Fi is on. 1.
  • Page 109 You can check the status of a Wi-Fi network by the icon shown in the status bar. : Connected to a Wi-Fi network. : An open network is detected (when Wi-Fi network notification is set to on). Hint You can check the troubleshooting when your Walkman has problems with the Wi- Fi connection, using [Wi-Fi checker].
  • Page 110 conditions. Distance between devices Presence of obstructions between devices Device configuration Signal conditions Surrounding environment (wall material, etc.) Software in use Communications may be cut off depending on signal conditions. The data transfer rate is the theoretical maximum, and may not reflect the actual data transfer rate.
  • Page 111 Enjoy music by either setting the optimum sound quality with a single touch of a button, or set the sound quality to your own preferences. To set the sound quality easily with a single touch Turn on the [ClearAudio+] function. To set the sound quality yourself Change the settings of various functions.
  • Page 112 You can set sound effects and enrich the sound reproduction quality of the audio playback. VPT, which stands for Virtualphones Technology, is a proprietary sound processing technology developed by Sony. DSEE HX function This function upscales the audio file to a High-Resolution Audio file (*1) and reproduces the clear high-range sound that is often lost.
  • Page 113 playback time of the fully charged battery may be reduced when this function is used. Dynamic normalizer function Moderates the volume between songs to minimize the differences in volume level. (*1) The file is expanded to an equivalent of a maximum of 192 kHz/24 bits. Note [Sound Settings] is not applied if [ClearAudio+] is turned on.
  • Page 114: Adjusting The Volume

    3. On the [Equalizer] tab, select [Custom], [User-defined 1] or [User-defined 2], and then tap [OK]. 4. Drag the sliders to adjust the frequency range and the CLEAR BASS setting. Presetting is complete. Note To change the equalizer setting, set the [ClearAudio+] function to off. [91] How to Use Settings Sound Settings...
  • Page 115 If you set the volume level of [Music, video, games, & other media], [Notifications], or [Alarms] to zero (silent), the sound will remain silent even if you increase the [Master] volume. [92] How to Use Settings Sound Settings Limiting the volume You can use AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) to limit the maximum volume.
  • Page 116 1. Swipe the status bar down and tap [BLUETOOTH]. 2. Tap - [Wireless playback mode] - desired playback quality. [Use LDAC if possible] The Bluetooth connection is made using LDAC if the Bluetooth device you want to connect with has an LDAC function. [Always use SBC] The Bluetooth connection is made using SBC even if the Bluetooth device you want to connect with has an LDAC function.
  • Page 117: Changing The Settings

    [Prioritize sound quality] Sound is transmitted in high quality, but the connection may become unstable. [Standard] Stabilizes both connection and sound quality. [Prioritize connection] The sound quality may not be as good as in other modes, but the connection status will most likely be stable.
  • Page 118 [96] How to Use Settings Common Settings Changing the language You can change the language used for screen displays etc. on your Walkman. 1. Swipe the status bar down and tap [SETTINGS]. 2. Tap [ Language & input] - [Language] - the desired language. [97] How to Use Settings Common Settings...
  • Page 119 Do not spill water on your Walkman or allow any foreign object to enter it. This may cause fire or electric shock. If this occurs, turn off the Walkman immediately, disconnect the Walkman from your computer, and consult your nearest Sony dealer or Sony Service Center.
  • Page 120 Do not touch the rechargeable battery with bare hands if it is leaking. Consult your nearest Sony dealer if the battery has leaked as battery liquid may remain in your Walkman. If the liquid gets into your eyes, do not rub your eyes as this may lead to blindness.
  • Page 121 around them. This is not a malfunction of the Walkman. If your Walkman causes interference to radio or television reception, turn the Walkman off and move it away from the radio or television. Mild tingling may be felt on your ears in particularly dry air conditions. This is a result of static electricity accumulated in the body, and it is not a malfunction of your Walkman.
  • Page 122 Sample data is not installed in some countries/regions. If you delete the sample data, you cannot restore it, and we will not supply any replacement data. Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or damaged data Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 123 due to problems with your Walkman or computer. Notes on storing lithium-ion rechargeable batteries A lithium-ion rechargeable battery is built into your Walkman. When you store it for a long period of time, be sure to follow the storage instructions below. Leaving a charged battery unused for a long period of time causes deterioration of the battery and results in a decrease of battery capacity.
  • Page 124 In no event will Sony be liable for any financial damage or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the supplied software.
  • Page 125 specifications may be changed without notice. Operation of your Walkman with software other than that supplied is not covered by the warranty. The explanations in this manual assume that you are familiar with the basic operations of your computer. For details on the use of your computer and operating system, please refer to the respective manuals.
  • Page 126 If you have any questions or issues with your Walkman, or would like information on compatible items with the Walkman, visit one of the following websites. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/walkmansupport For customers in Canada: English http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ French http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ For customers in Latin America: http://www.sony-latin.com/index.crp...
  • Page 127 Traditional Chinese http://service.sony.com.tw/ For customers who purchased the overseas models: http://www.sony.co.jp/overseas/support/ [103] How to Use Specifications Specifications Specifications Platform Android™ 4.2 Display Size/resolution 4.0-inch (10.2 cm)/FWVGA (854 × 480 Pixels) Panel type TFT color display Interface Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compliant)
  • Page 128 Stereo mini-jack WM-PORT WM-PORT (multiple connecting terminal): 22 pins External memory microSD (up to 2 GB) microSDHC (up to 32 GB) microSDXC (64 GB and more) Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n Bluetooth Communication system: Bluetooth specification version 3.0 Sensor GPS receiver Accelerometer Microphone Monaural...
  • Page 129: Operating Temperature

    ClearAudio+ (On/Off) Equalizer Clear Bass Surround sound DSEE HX (On/Off) Dynamic normalizer (On/Off) Power Source Built-in Rechargeable lithium-ion Battery USB power (from a computer via a USB connector of the player) Charging Time USB-based charging Approx. 4.5 hours Operating temperature 5 °C to 35 °C (41 ºF to 95 ºF) Dimensions w/h/d, projecting parts not included...
  • Page 130 Mass 235 g (8.3 oz) Capacity (User available capacity) (*1) 128 GB Actual available memory for other contents (*1) approx. 113 GB 121,269,354,496 bytes Actual available memory for application software (*2) approx. 1.97 GB 2,147,483,648 bytes (*1) Available capacity may vary. A portion of the memory is used for data management functions. (*2) Actual available memory for application software includes the memory space which is used for factory-preinstalled applications.
  • Page 131 Actual battery life may vary depending on settings. The estimated battery usage hours shown below are based on typical usage conditions with “Settings for battery life measurement” as shown below. Music MP3 128 kbps Approx. 60 Hrs Linear PCM 1,411 kbps Approx.
  • Page 132: Sound Adjustment

    Note Even if the player is turned off for an extended period, a small amount of battery power is still consumed. Battery life may vary depending on volume setting, conditions of use and ambient temperature. Settings for battery life measurement Display Brightness (*1): Default Sound adjustment...
  • Page 133 codec. [105] How to Use Specifications Specifications Maximum recordable number of songs and time (Approx.) The approximate times are based on the case in which you transfer or record only 4 minute songs. Number MP3 128 kbps: Approx. 20,000 songs Linear PCM 1,411 kbps: Approx.
  • Page 134: Supported Formats

    Maximum recordable time of videos (Approx.) The approximate times are estimated in the case where only videos are transferred. The time may differ, depending on the conditions under which the player is used. Video: 384 kbps/Music: 128 kbps Approx. 462 hr. 20 min. [107] How to Use Specifications Specifications...
  • Page 135 FLAC Media File format: FLAC file format File extension: .flac Bit depth : 16 bit, 24 bit Sampling frequency (*1): 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz Linear PCM Media File format: Wave-Riff file format File extension: .wav Bit depth : 16 bit, 24 bit Sampling frequency (*1): 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4,...
  • Page 136 Apple Lossless (*6) Media File format: MP4 file format File extension: .m4a, .mp4 Bit depth: 16 bit, 24 bit Sampling frequency (*1): 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz AIFF Media File format: AIFF file format File extension: .aif, .aiff, .afc, .aifc Bit depth: 16 bit, 24 bit Sampling frequency (*1): 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4,...
  • Page 137 Bitrate: Max. 20 Mbps Frame rate: Max. 30 fps Resolution: Max. 1,920 × 1,080 (*7) MPEG-4 Media File format: MP4 file format, “Memory Stick” video format File extension: .mp4, .m4v Profile: Simple Profile/Advanced Simple Profile Bitrate: Max. 20 Mbps Frame rate: Max. 30 fps Resolution: Max.
  • Page 138: System Requirements

    Photo (*8) (Photo Viewer) Photo Formats JPEG Media File format: Compatible with DCF 2.0/Exif 2.21 file format File extension: .jpg, .jpeg Profile: Baseline Profile Number of pixels: Max. 6,048 × 4,032 pixels (24,385,536 pixels) File extension: .png Number of pixels: Max. 2,048 × 2,048 pixels (4,194,304 pixels) (*1) Sampling frequency may not correspond to all encoders.
  • Page 139 Computer Windows Vista® Home Basic (Service Pack 2 or later) Windows Vista® Home Premium (Service Pack 2 or later) Windows Vista® Business (Service Pack 2 or later) Windows Vista® Ultimate (Service Pack 2 or later) Windows® 7 Starter (Service Pack 1 or later) Windows®...
  • Page 140 An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturer-installed operating system Multi-boot environment We do not guarantee operation for all computers even if they meet the above System Requirements. [109] How to Use Specifications Specifications Contents List of accessories and manuals supplied with your Walkman. Walkman (1) USB cable (1) Leather Carrying Case (1)
  • Page 141 When using cleaner, read the instructions carefully and try it on an inconspicuous part first. Do not use any type of solvents such as alcohol or thinner for cleaning. Doing so will cause color fading, deformation or degradation which may damage the leather carrying case.
  • Page 142 Play back video files by intuitive operations. Photo viewer View photos and slide shows. Original apps Display a list of applications provided by Sony. Wi-Fi checker (*1) Check the Wi-Fi connection status of your Walkman when problems occur with the Wi-Fi connection.
  • Page 143 4. Check information on the issue in the help of the software having problems. 5. Look up information on the issue on one of the customer support websites. 6. If the approaches listed above fail to resolve the issue, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Note Do you need professional PDFs? Try PDFmyURL!
  • Page 144 Customer support website If you have any questions or issues with your Walkman, or would like information on compatible items with the Walkman, visit one of the following websites. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/walkmansupport For customers in Canada: English http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ French http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/...
  • Page 145 English http://www.sony-asia.com/support Korean https://scs.sony.co.kr/scs/handler/ProductSupport Simplified Chinese http://service.sony.com.cn/KB/ Traditional Chinese http://service.sony.com.tw/ For customers who purchased the overseas models: http://www.sony.co.jp/overseas/support/ [113] Troubleshooting Q&A Operation Your Walkman does not operate or the power does not turn If you transfer a lot of content such as music to your Walkman at once, it will take time to build the database on the Walkman.
  • Page 146 button for about 8 seconds to reset the Walkman. [114] Troubleshooting Q&A Operation Your Walkman does not work properly. Your Walkman may not work properly if the USB device (e.g. computer) to which it is connected is turned on or off without disconnecting the Walkman. Press and hold the button for about 8 seconds to reset your Walkman.
  • Page 147 If you have set up a Google account, you can unlock the screen by tapping [OK] - [Forgot Pattern] and either tapping [Security question] to answer the security question or tapping [Enter Google account details] to enter your Google account and password.
  • Page 148 Walkman was washed in the washing machine. If you spill a drink on your Walkman or wash it in a washing machine, liquid may get inside the Walkman. Stop using the Walkman immediately and consult your nearest Sony dealer. [121] Troubleshooting Q&A...
  • Page 149 If you have already deleted content transferred to your Walkman from Media Go, transfer the content from the Walkman to Media Go again. [122] Troubleshooting Q&A Operation You cannot get your current position using the GPS. Swipe the status bar down, tap [SETTINGS] - [ Location access] and check that [Access to my location] is [ON].
  • Page 150 An application does not start. You cannot use some of the applications while your Walkman is connected to a computer as USB storage. Swipe the status bar down and then tap [Turn off USB storage] on the notification panel. Tap [Turn off USB storage] displayed on the screen of the Walkman.
  • Page 151 You can turn up the volume after canceling the alarm and warning. After the initial warning, the alarm and warning repeat every 20 cumulative hours that the volume is set to a level that is harmful for your ears. When this happens, the volume is turned down automatically.
  • Page 152 [128] Troubleshooting Q&A Sound Noise is generated. If using your Walkman near a device that emits radio waves such as a mobile phone, move the Walkman away from the device. The content such as music on your Walkman may be corrupted. Connect the Walkman to a Windows computer and use Media Go or Windows Explorer to delete the content in which the noise occurred from the Walkman.
  • Page 153 If the AVLS (Volume Limit) setting is activated, deactivate it. When listening on a Bluetooth audio device, turn up the volume control of the Bluetooth audio device. If the volume level cannot be adjusted directly on the Bluetooth audio device, increase the volume on your Walkman.
  • Page 154 Walkman. The battery may have deteriorated if you have not used your Walkman for more than a year. Contact your nearest Sony dealer. If the remedies above do not solve the problem, press and hold the button for about 8 seconds to reset your Walkman, and then connect again using USB.
  • Page 155 When the usable battery life is half the usual time even when the battery is fully charged, the battery should be replaced. Consult your nearest Sony dealer for more details on the life of the built-in battery. [134] Troubleshooting Q&A Power The rechargeable battery needs to be replaced.
  • Page 156 Depending on the environment in which your Walkman is used, the battery may deteriorate if it is not used for over a year. Contact your nearest Sony dealer. If the usable battery life is half that when new even after sufficiently charging the battery, your battery may have deteriorated.
  • Page 157 [138] Troubleshooting Q&A Connection to a Computer The computer does not recognize your Walkman. If the remaining battery power is low, charge the battery. When you use your Walkman for the first time, or if you have not used the Walkman for a long time, it may take a few minutes to be recognized by the computer.
  • Page 158 “MediaGo_WM(.exe)” file or the installation does not start even though you double-clicked the file, download Media Go from the following website and install it by following the on-screen instructions. http://mediago.sony.com/enu/ If other software is running, it may interfere with the installation. Be sure to quit all other software before installing this software.
  • Page 159 name. With a Windows computer, a message dialog may be hidden by the install screen, making the install process seem stopped. Press and hold the “Alt” key while pressing the “Tab” key several times. When the dialog is displayed, follow the instructions in the dialog box.
  • Page 160 may not be inserted. Insert a microSD card. If the remedies above do not solve the problem, press and hold the button for about 8 seconds to reset your Walkman, and then connect again via USB. [143] Troubleshooting Q&A Connection to a Computer Content such as music cannot be transferred from the computer to your Walkman.
  • Page 161 contact the distributor. Some of the content on your Walkman may be damaged. Copy the content that you need onto the computer and initialize (format) the Walkman. If the software is not compatible with your Walkman, install compatible software and use the compatible software to transfer content. You may be attempting to transfer corrupted content.
  • Page 162 on the Walkman back to the computer in order to increase the available space. [145] Troubleshooting Q&A Bluetooth Pairing cannot be done. Pair the devices within the Bluetooth communications range. If the supported profiles are different, your Walkman and Bluetooth device cannot be paired.
  • Page 163 again. If your Walkman and the Bluetooth device are too far from each other, a Bluetooth connection may not be established or may be interrupted. Place the Walkman and Bluetooth device closer. [147] Troubleshooting Q&A Bluetooth The screen to enter the passkey appears when pairing with a Bluetooth device.
  • Page 164 function is activated. Make sure the Bluetooth connection is not disconnected. If your Walkman does not recognize playback operations on the Bluetooth audio device, the profile of the connected Bluetooth audio device may not support AVRCP. Perform the operations on the Walkman. [149] Troubleshooting Q&A Bluetooth...
  • Page 165 people. Remove any obstructions or change the location to enable proper communication. The Bluetooth connection status becomes unstable depending on the combination of the bit rate settings of transmission to the connected Bluetooth audio device and the usage environment. The Bluetooth connection may be stabilized by performing the following measures. Set [Wireless playback quality] to [Prioritize connection].
  • Page 166 also to pair the devices. If your Walkman does not recognize the Bluetooth audio device, slowly move the Walkman in all directions with the N-mark touching over the N-mark of the Bluetooth audio device. If a clip or case is attached to the device to connect with or to your Walkman, remove the clip or case.
  • Page 167 Restart the Wi-Fi function. Restart your Walkman. Restart the access point (router). Re-enter the encryption key for the Wi-Fi settings. Reset your Walkman. Initialize (Format) the data on your Walkman. [154] Troubleshooting Q&A Wi-Fi You want to turn the Wi-Fi function off at the same time the Walkman screen is turned off.
  • Page 168 the microSD card onto your computer and format the microSD card again using your Walkman. [156] Troubleshooting Q&A microSD Card The computer does not recognize a microSD card inserted in your Walkman. Change the setting to [SD card] as the storage to use. Make sure that no data is being transferred by checking your Walkman screen.
  • Page 169 [Check the volume level] is displayed. An alarm (beep) and a warning [Check the volume level] are used to protect your ears when you turn the volume up to a level that is harmful for your ears for the first time. You can cancel the alarm and warning by tapping the [OK] button on the alert dialog.