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Sony PEG-NZ90 CLIE Handbook (primary manual) Handbook

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Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic
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  • Page 1 Using “Memory Stick ” media Beaming Using the Bluetooth™ function Using the Calculator and finding records Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data Protecting your data with a password Enhancing features with add-on applications Exchanging data with another Sony CLIÉ™ handheld A-BG5-100-11 (1) ®...
  • Page 2 Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Explains the basic operations of your CLIÉ handheld and how to use the applications. Entering data in your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Explains how to enter data in your CLIÉ handheld. Exchanging and updating data using a HotSync Explains how to use your CLIÉ...
  • Page 3 Refer to the following together with this manual. Read This First (Operating Instructions) Please read this manual first. The manual explains what you need to prepare prior to operating your CLIÉ handheld, basic operations, or supplied applications in your CLIÉ handheld. CLIÉ...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Basic operations ........10 Using the stylus .
  • Page 5 Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld ....41 Practicing entering data using the on-screen keyboard ..42 Entering data .
  • Page 6 Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) What you can do with Preferences ....67 Setting the Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)......69 Turning the Bluetooth™...
  • Page 7 CLIE Files application..143 Notes on starting applications from a “Memory Stick” media ..144 Beaming Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ ® ” handheld and another Palm OS PDA......146 What you can do with beaming .
  • Page 8 Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data ..... . . 160 Backing up data to your computer ®...
  • Page 9 Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations This chapter explains the basic operations of your CLIÉ handheld such as using the stylus, using the Jog Dial™ navigator, locating the components and starting the applications. The chapter also gives an overview of menus that are common to the applications and explains how to select the font of characters.
  • Page 10: Basic Operations

    Where is the stylus located? The stylus is stored in your CLIÉ handheld. The exact location of the storage varies depending on your model. For details, refer to “Sony CLIÉ™ handheld components” of the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).” Note To prevent losing the stylus, always put it back in its holder on your CLIÉ...
  • Page 11 “Dragging.” Just as you “drag” the mouse on your computer, use the stylus to “drag” the scroll bar to scroll the screen or “drag” characters to highlight them. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations...
  • Page 12: Using The Jog Dial™ Navigator

    CLIÉ handheld, which enables you to perform major operations one- handed without the stylus. Rotating the Jog Dial™ navigator Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select various items or to start applications. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Continued on next page...
  • Page 13 For details on the operations of each application, refer to the “CLIÉ Application Manual” installed on your computer. Rotating while holding down the Jog Dial™ navigator Some applications support operations executed by pressing and rotating the Jog Dial™ navigator. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations...
  • Page 14: Starting An Application

    Application Launcher screen. The CLIÉ specific screen “CLIE Launcher” is displayed by default. Starting an application in the Application Launcher screen (“CLIE Launcher”) Tap the Home Launcher screen. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon to display the CLIE Continued on next page...
  • Page 15: Quitting An Application

    For some applications, you need to tap Finish or Save. For details, refer to the “CLIÉ Application Manual” installed on your computer. You can return to the CLIE Launcher screen by holding down the BACK button. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations...
  • Page 16: Using "clie Launcher

    C Application manager icons (page 23) You can manage your applications. Functions may be added when you install certain applications. D Application icon list Displays application names and icons. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon to display the CLIE Launcher screen if it is not...
  • Page 17: Clie Launcher Group

    Select Edit CLIE Launcher Group from the CLIE Launcher menu. The CLIE Launcher Group setting screen is displayed. Note CLIE Launcher groups differ from Palm OS categories. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon. ® standard screen Continued on next page...
  • Page 18 Removing applications: Select an application to remove and tap Remove. Applications removed will be listed in the Unfiled group. Note The Unfiled group cannot be renamed. Tap Done. The CLIE Launcher Group setting screen is displayed. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Continued on next page...
  • Page 19: Creating A New Group

    Creating a new group Tap New on the CLIE Launcher Group setting screen. Enter a new group name and then tap OK. Note Groups that do not include an application are not listed in the main screen. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations...
  • Page 20: Deleting A Group

    • You can select the next group by tapping the Home You can also tap the F/f icon or group names on the screen to select a group. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. Card group. icon.
  • Page 21: Using Favorite Applications (shortcuts)

    CLIE Launcher menu. The Favorite Application screen is displayed. On the CLIE Launcher screen, you can also tap the empty Favorite Application (shortcut) area to display the Favorite Application screen. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon. Continued on next page...
  • Page 22 You can also delete a Favorite Application (shortcut) for an application by dragging an icon and dropping it in of the screen (page 178) when the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher Preferences screen (page 26) is on. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations in the top right-hand corner...
  • Page 23: Application Manager Icon

    • You can also manage an application by dragging an icon and dropping it in the each application manager icon when the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher Preferences screen (page 26) is displayed. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations...
  • Page 24: Displaying Information About Applications

    You can also display information about an application by dragging an icon and dropping it in screen when the Use Drag&Drop check box on the CLIE Launcher Preferences screen (page 26) is displayed. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. in the top right-hand of the CLIE Launcher...
  • Page 25: Menu List

    Group Edit Favorite Applications Info… Copy… Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Delete an application (page 178). Send an application to another Palm OS PDA device via the IR port (page 146). Send an application or data to another Bluetooth™ compliant Palm OS PDA device by wireless communication (page 150).
  • Page 26 Options menu in the CLIE Launcher screen Preferences… Go To Standard View About Applications Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Make settings for CLIE Launcher. Show Expansion Cards Check the box to display the applications on the “Memory Stick” media. (Default: On)
  • Page 27: Using The Palm Os ® Standard Screen

    You can display categories in sequence by tapping the Home icon. Note Palm OS standard screen categories differ from CLIE Launcher groups. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations ® standard screen ® standard screen icon. To switch to the icon.
  • Page 28: Options Menu

    Switching to the CLIE Launcher screen Tap the Home Tap the Menu Tap Go To CLIE Launcher View from the Options menu. The screen is switched to the CLIE Launcher screen. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon.
  • Page 29: Starting An Application

    Starting an application with the Jog Dial™ navigator Tap the Home standard screen. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the application you want to start, and then press the Jog Dial™ navigator. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon to display the Palm OS ®...
  • Page 30 Tap the Menu screen. The menu is displayed. Tap Preferences from the Options menu. The Preferences screen is displayed. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon on the Palm OS standard Continued on next page...
  • Page 31 Tap the arrow V next to Jog Select and select Popup. Tap OK. When the Jog Dial™ navigator is rotated, the list of applications are automatically displayed on the left of the screen. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations...
  • Page 32 Using the Palm OS standard screen Starting an application by tapping an application icon Tap the Home standard screen. Tap the icon of the application you want to start. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon to open the Palm OS...
  • Page 33: Changing The Display Style Of The Palm Os Standard Screen

    Tap Preferences from the Options menu. Tap the arrow V next to the right of View By and select List, List (Small) or Icon (Small). Tap OK. List view Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon. List (Small) view Icon (Small) view...
  • Page 34 Applications are not recognized as the last-used applications and categories in the following cases. • Pressing an application button to start an application or category. • Switching the screen from the Palm OS standard view to the CLIE Launcher view. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon.
  • Page 35: Displaying Application By Category

    Application Launcher screen and then tap Edit Categories to open the Edit Categories dialog box. And tap New, enter a category name, and tap OK. Tap OK again when the new category is added. Tap Done. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon.
  • Page 36 It is useful to select All when you start an application with the Jog Dial™ navigator. Note CLIE Launcher groups differ from Palm OS categories. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon. icon or repeatedly press the in the top right-hand corner of the screen ®...
  • Page 37: Changing Fonts

    The Select Font dialog box is displayed. Tap the font style you want to use. Tap OK. The text in the application is displayed in the font style you selected. Note Font style is not available for all applications. Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon.
  • Page 38: Common Menus

    Edit Menu Undo Copy Paste Select All Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations icon while starting the Reverses the action of the last edit command. For example, if you used Cut to remove text, Undo restores the text you removed. Removes the selected text and stores it temporarily in the memory of your CLIÉ...
  • Page 39 Common menus Keyboard Graffiti Help Sony CLIÉ™ handheld basic operations Opens the on-screen keyboard. Opens the list of the Graffiti strokes. You can view a stroke for a character as needed. ® character...
  • Page 40: Entering Data On Your Sony CliÉ™ Handheld

    This chapter explains how to enter data on your CLIÉ handheld. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld . . . 41 Practicing entering data using the on-screen keyboard ......42 ®...
  • Page 41: Entering Data On Your Sony CliÉ™ Handheld

    ® Graffiti (page 45) Enter data using the freehand input characters called Graffiti. Once you get used to entering data using Graffiti, it is much faster than entering data with the on-screen keyboard. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld...
  • Page 42: Practicing Entering Data Using The On-screen Keyboard

    Date Book application. Tap the Date Book Launcher screen. Date Book starts up. Today's schedule is displayed. Tap the time line in the Date Book screen. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld icon on the Application Continued on next page...
  • Page 43 You can use the on-screen keyboard in the same way as in the keyboard of your computer. To enter a capital letter, tap “cap” and then tap the character button. To delete a character, tap <. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Alphabetic Tap here to display alphabetic keyboard International...
  • Page 44 Practicing entering data using the on-screen keyboard When you have finished, tap Done to close the on-screen keyboard and place the text in the record. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld...
  • Page 45: Using Graffiti ® Writing To Enter Data

    Start stroke from dot Note You do not need to create the dot; it is only there to show you where to begin the stroke. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld ® writing to enter data (Graffiti writing examples...
  • Page 46 The small marks at the top and bottom of the Graffiti writing area separate the two areas. Write letters here Graffiti character list Alphabet Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Write numbers here Division marks Continued on next page...
  • Page 47 ® Using Graffiti writing to enter data Numbers Keyboard symbols Space Back Space Carriage Return Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Period Tap twice Shift Caps Continued on next page...
  • Page 48 Tap once on the Graffiti writing area to activate Punctuation Shift. The next stroke you make anywhere in the Graffiti area (the letters or numbers side) creates a punctuation mark. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Caps Shift Caps Lock...
  • Page 49 (>) Right angle bracket (_) Under bar ) Ditto " To undo punctuation shift Enter (Back Space). Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (—) Dash ( ( ) Left parenthesis ( ) ) Right parenthesis (/) Slash ($) Dollar...
  • Page 50 (§) Section (°) Degree – To undo symbol shift mode Enter (Back Space). Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld on the Graffiti writing area to Symbol Shift ÷ (¢) Cent (¥) Yen (£) Pound ( ) Euro ¿...
  • Page 51 ç Note You must write these non-English characters on the left side of the Graffiti writing area. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld and then á é í ó ú ´ y ã õ ñ å...
  • Page 52 Displaying the Graffiti on-screen help Drag the stylus from the bottom of the writing area to the top of the screen. Graffiti Help opens a series of screens that show the complete Graffiti character set. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld...
  • Page 53: Entering Characters With Graffiti

    Position the stylus in the left-hand side of the Graffiti writing area. Start your stroke at the dot and draw the stroke shape as it appears in the tables. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld icon on the Application Position the stylus Continued on next page...
  • Page 54 • Write at natural speed. Writing too slowly can generate recognition errors. • Do not write on a slant. Vertical strokes should be parallel to the sides of the Graffiti writing area. Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld...
  • Page 55: Using Navigation Strokes And Shortcuts

    Move cursor left Copy or delete data (depending on your settings) Go to the previous field (Address Book only) Go to the next field (Address Book only) Open Address Record (Address Book only) Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld...
  • Page 56: Using Shortcuts

    Meeting For example, when you enter “dts” using the Graffiti Shortcut, you can enter the current date and time. You can also create your own Shortcuts (page 97). Entering data on your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Breakfast Lunch Dinner followed by the...
  • Page 57: Exchanging And Updating Data Using A Hotsync ® Operation

    Exchanging and updating data using ® a HotSync operation ® This chapter explains how to perform a HotSync operation with your computer. ® What is a HotSync operation? ... . 58 ®...
  • Page 58: What Is A Hotsync ® Operation

    What is a HotSync ® A HotSync operation is a one-step operation that enables you to synchronize data between your CLIÉ handheld and your computer. With just one press of the HotSync button, you can synchronize your CLIÉ handheld application data with the Palm™...
  • Page 59 ® What is a HotSync operation? You can save a backup of the data on your CLIÉ handheld onto a “Memory Stick” media. For details, refer to “Backing up data to a “Memory Stick” media using the Memory Stick Backup application” (161 page). 3 Using the data created in Microsoft applications in your CLIÉ...
  • Page 60: Performing A Hotsync ® Operation

    Performing a HotSync To perform a HotSync CLIÉ software must be installed on your computer and the cradle should be connected to the computer. For details on how to prepare for a HotSync procedure as described in “Using your CLIÉ handheld with your computer”...
  • Page 61 Refer to the “Troubleshooting Q&A.” Exchanging and updating data using a HotSync operation ® operation does not start icon is displayed in the icon is not displayed in the task tray, click ® operation ® operation ® XP), Sony ®...
  • Page 62: Using The Palm™ Desktop For CliÉ Software

    Double-click the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software icon on the Windows desktop. Or click Start, select Programs (All Programs in Windows XP), Sony Handheld, and Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software. The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software starts. To quit the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software Click the close select Exit from the File menu.
  • Page 63: Locating The Palm™ Desktop For CliÉ Software Components

    Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software Locating the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software components A List pane Displays the records in the current Desktop application. B Application Launch bar Click an icon to open the associated application. C Install Tool icon Click this icon to display the Install Tool dialog box.
  • Page 64: Basic Operations Of The Palm™ Desktop For CliÉ Software

    Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software E Record pane Displays full details of the record that is selected in the List pane. The information displayed here is the same as that displayed on your CLIÉ handheld’s Details screen. Basic operations of the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software Click the icon of the application you want to use.
  • Page 65 Using the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software ® ® When using the Microsoft Windows XP operating system When you start Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software on your computer and select Custom, File Link, View Log, or Setup from the HotSync menu, the configuration window may open behind the Palm™...
  • Page 66 Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) This chapter explains how to customize your CLIÉ handheld by changing the Preferences settings. What you can do with Preferences ..67 Setting the Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™...
  • Page 67: Customizing Your Sony CliÉ™ Handheld (preferences)

    Owner ShortCuts For the setting options not mentioned in the list, refer to the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).” Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) Details Sets the configuration for the Bluetooth™ function. For details, refer to page 69. (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only)
  • Page 68 The Preferences screen is displayed. You can also tap the Prefs icon to display the Preferences screen. Tap the arrow V in the top right-hand corner of the screen and select the Preferences menu you want to configure. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 69: Setting The Bluetooth™ Function (for Bluetooth™ Built-in Models Only)

    The Bluetooth Preferences screen is displayed. Tap the arrow V next to Bluetooth and select Enabled or Disabled. • Enabled: Turns on the Bluetooth™ function. The Bluetooth LED lights up. • Disabled: Turns off the Bluetooth™ function. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 70: Viewing/customizing Bluetooth™ Information

    Discovered Allow Wake Up Device Address Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) You can enter a name for your CLIÉ handheld. The device name is required for each CLIÉ handheld to be identified. You can display the name setup window by tapping the square box.
  • Page 71: Displaying/deleting The Information Of Target Bluetooth™ Compatible Devices

    When the confirmation dialog box is displayed, tap OK. Tap Done to return to the Bluetooth Preferences screen. Adding information of target Bluetooth™ compatible devices Tap Add Device in the Trusted Devices dialog box and follow the on- screen instructions. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 72: Assigning Applications To Application Buttons

    For example, you can assign the Date Book button to start Calculator. The position of the application buttons varies depending on your model. For details, refer to “Locating the parts of your Sony CLIÉ handheld” in the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).”...
  • Page 73: Customizing The Full-screen Pen Stroke Activities

    Keyboard Graffiti Help Turn Off & Lock Beam Data Tap OK. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) Drag the stylus from the bottom of the writing area to the top on the screen. ® Turns on the backlight of your CLIÉ handheld without using the POWER button.
  • Page 74: Assigning Applications To Hotsync Buttons

    Tap the arrow V next to a button and select the application you want to assign. Tap OK. The Buttons Preferences screen is displayed. You can start the selected application by pressing the HotSync button. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 75: Adding/changing Communication Device Preferences

    7 Tap OK. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) next to Dialing and select the type of line you want next to Volume and select the volume of the modem...
  • Page 76 Adding/Changing communication device preferences Tap OK. The configuration for the communication device is changed and the Preferences screen is displayed. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 77: Setting The Date & Time Preferences

    The Set Date screen is displayed. Tap the each arrow b or B beside the year at the top of the screen to set the year. Tap the current month. Tap the current date. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 78: Setting The Time

    The Set Time screen is displayed. Tap the arrow V or v to set the hour. Tap the minute box and tap the arrow V or v to set the minute. Tap AM or PM. Tap OK. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 79: Setting The Time Zone And Daylight Saving Time

    Tap the arrow V in the top right-hand corner of the Preferences screen and select Date & Time. The Date & Time Preferences screen is displayed. Tap the arrow V next to Daylight saving. Tap On or Off. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 80: Adjusting The Digitizer

    This Digitizer calibration screen is exactly the same as the screen displayed the first time you turn on your CLIÉ handheld. Follow the on-screen instructions to adjust the digitizer. Use the stylus perpendicular to the screen to tap targets. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 81: Setting The Display Format Of The Time, Date, And Numbers

    However, you can customize your own settings for each unit such as time or date. Tap the arrow V in the top right-hand corner of the Preferences screen and select Formats. Tap the arrow V next to Preset to and select a region name. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 82: Customizing Your Own Settings For Each Unit

    Monday. This setting is applied to the Day, Week, Month, and Agenda views in Date Book and all other applications displaying calendars. Tap the arrow V next to Numbers and select the desired format. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 83: Setting The Automatic Power-off Time

    You can select 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, or 3 minutes. If you want to leave your CLIÉ handheld turned on while it is connected to the cradle, tap the Stay on in Cradle check box. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 84: Setting Sounds

    Off. Tap the arrow V next to Game Sound and select the desired volume level or Off. The Game Sound setting is only applied to the games programmed to respond to this setting. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 85: Turning The Alarm Led On Or Off

    Tap the arrow V in the top right-hand corner of the Preferences screen and select General. The General Preferences screen is displayed. Tap the arrow V next to Alarm LED and select On or Off. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 86: Turning The Beam Receive Feature On Or Off

    Tap the arrow V in the top right-hand corner of the Preferences screen and select General. Tap the arrow V next to Beam Receive and select On or Off. • On: Enables the Beam Receive feature. • Off: Disables the Beam Receive feature. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 87: Changing The Network Preferences

    “So-net1” and “So-net2.” It is useful when you use your Internet Service Provider by access point or setting. • If you want to copy an existing service template without changing, select Duplicate from the Service menu. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 88: Entering A User Name

    If you are concerned about security, select the Prompt option and do not enter a password. On the Network Preferences screen, tap the Password field. Enter the password you use to log into your server. Tap OK. The Password field updates to display the word -Assigned-. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 89: Selecting A Connection

    On the Network Preferences screen, tap the Phone field. The Phone Setup screen is displayed. Enter the phone number for your ISP or dial-in server in the Phone # field. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) Continued on next page...
  • Page 90: Adding Detailed Information To A Service Template

    Use the Details dialog box to add additional information to a selected service template. To select a connection type On the Network Preferences screen, tap the service field. Tap Details. The Details screen is displayed. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) ® operation. Continued on next page...
  • Page 91 Normally, you do not have to enter this IP address. If you are not sure, select Automatic and go to step 9. Enter the CLIÉ handheld’s IP Address. Tap OK. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 92: Creating Additional Service Templates

    Tap the Menu Tap Delete from the Service menu. The Delete Service dialog box is displayed. Tap OK. The selected service template is deleted. When you want to cancel deleting, tap Cancel. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) icon. icon.
  • Page 93: Creating Log-in Scripts

    Wait For Wait For Prompt Send Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) Tells your CLIÉ handheld to wait for specific characters from the TCP/IP server before executing the next command. Detects a challenge-response prompt coming from the server and displays the dynamically generated challenge value.
  • Page 94 The Details screen is displayed. Tap OK. The Network Preferences screen is displayed. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) Transmits a carriage return or LF character to the TCP/IP server to which you are connecting. Transmits the User ID information entered in the User ID field of the Network Preferences screen.
  • Page 95: Carriage Return And Line Feed

    • \^ : Includes a caret as part of the string • \< : Includes a < as part of the string • \ \ : Includes a backslash as part of the string Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences)
  • Page 96: Using The Network Preferences Menus

    Service menus Delete... Duplicate Option menus View Log Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) Creates a new service template. Deletes the current service template. Duplicates the current service template. Displays the Network Log that lists the history of your Internet connection.
  • Page 97: Creating Graffiti ® Shortcuts

    To Delete a ShortCut Tap the ShortCut you want to delete and tap Delete. The confirmation message is displayed. Tap Yes. The selected ShortCut is deleted. Customizing your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld (Preferences) ® ShortCuts ® ShortCuts, refer to “Using Shortcuts” on...
  • Page 98 Exchanging and updating data using a ® HotSync operation (Other HotSync operations) This chapter explains how to select HotSync options and how to perform a HotSync cradle, infrared communications port, or network. Other ® advanced HotSync operations include how to use file link functions and how to import data from Windows applications.
  • Page 99: Exchanging And Updating Data Using A Hotsync Operation (other Hotsync Operations)

    Customizing HotSync (Conduit) The programs handling data of an application during a HotSync operation are called “conduit”. For each application, you can define a set of options that determine how data are handled during synchronization. By default, a HotSync synchronizes all data between your CLIÉ handheld and the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ...
  • Page 100 ® Customizing HotSync Click Change. The Change HotSync Action dialog box is displayed. Click to select one of the following: • Synchronize the files • Desktop overwrites handheld • Handheld overwrites Desktop • Do nothing Click OK. Repeat steps 2 to 6 to customize conduit settings for other applications (or other users).
  • Page 101: Synchronizing With External Data (file Link)

    Synchronizing with external data (File Link) You can synchronize Address Book or Memo Pad data in your CLIÉ handheld with external files such as address book data in your computer (File Link). ® HotSync Manager stores the file data in your computer in a separate category on your Palm™...
  • Page 102: Customizing Hotsync Manager Startup And Hotsync Setup Options

    Customizing HotSync ® HotSync setup options Click the HotSync select Setup from the shortcut menu. The Setup dialog box is displayed. Click the General tab and select the setting as needed. If you are not sure which option to use, select Always available. •...
  • Page 103: Performing An Ir Hotsync Operation

    Performing an IR HotSync You can use the IR (infrared) port of your CLIÉ handheld to perform an IR ® HotSync operation with a computer equipped with an IrDA (Infrared Data Association) IR port. An IR HotSync ® HotSync operation without using the cradle. Prior to performing an IR HotSync Check the following items.
  • Page 104 Performing an IR HotSync Click the HotSync again and select Setup from the shortcut menu. The Setup dialog box is displayed. Click the Local tab. Adjust the following settings as needed. • Serial port: Specifies a virtual port for an infrared port. If you are not sure of the connection port, refer to the Infrared Monitor in the Windows Control Panel.
  • Page 105 Performing an IR HotSync Performing an IR HotSync You can perform an IR HotSync computer settings, CLIÉ handheld settings, and Conduit Setup. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon and press the Jog Dial™ navigator. The HotSync screen is displayed. You can also tap the HotSync icon on the Application Launcher screen to display the HotSync screen.
  • Page 106: Performing A Hotsync ® Operation Using The Bluetooth™ Function

    Performing a HotSync Bluetooth™ function If you are using a Bluetooth compatible computer, you can perform a wireless ® HotSync operation between your CLIÉ handheld and computer. Prior to performing a HotSync Bluetooth™ function To perform a HotSync using the Bluetooth™ function, you need to configure a new connection setting for Bluetooth™...
  • Page 107 ® Performing a HotSync (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only) If you have renamed a target Bluetooth™ compatible device registered on CLIÉ handheld, the device may be listed in the previous name when you detect target Bluetooth™ compatible devices. In this case, follow the procedure below. 1 Tap the Menu 2 Tap Disable device name cache from the Options menu.
  • Page 108 Windows task tray (bottom right-hand corner of the taskbar) on your computer. If the HotSync menu, click Programs (All Programs in Windows XP), Sony CLIE, and HotSync Manager to start the HotSync manager. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon and press the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 109 ® Performing a HotSync (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only) Tap the arrow V below the icon and select a connection you want to use. Select the connection name you created in step 3 in “Preparing your CLIÉ handheld” on page 106. Tap the HotSync ®...
  • Page 110: Performing A Hotsync Operation Via A Modem

    Performing a HotSync You can perform a HotSync your computer. modem Your CLIÉ handheld away from your PC Notes • For the first HotSync using the cradle (page 60). • It may take some time to complete a HotSync the time required to synchronize data with a modem, define the files and/or applications you synchronize with a modem HotSync details, refer to “Selecting the conduits for a modem HotSync 114.
  • Page 111 ® Performing a HotSync Preparing your computer To perform a HotSync below to set your computer to receive a call from your CLIÉ handheld. Check the following items. • The modem is connected to your computer and both the modem and computer are turned on.
  • Page 112 ® Performing a HotSync Adjust the following settings as needed. • Serial port: Specifies the port for the modem. If you are not sure of the port settings, check the Modem Properties (Phone and Modem Options for Windows 2000 Professional/XP) in the Windows Control Panel.
  • Page 113 ® Performing a HotSync Tap the Enter phone # field beneath the modem name. The Phone Setup dialog box is displayed. Adjust the following settings if necessary: 1 Enter the telephone number used to access the modem connected to your computer. 2 Enter a dial prefix (such as “9”) to access an outside line, and tap the Dial prefix check box as needed.
  • Page 114 ® Performing a HotSync Selecting the conduits for a modem HotSync You can specify files and/or applications to be synchronized to shorten the time required to synchronize data with a modem. For details, refer to “Customizing HotSync on page 99. Note If your CLIÉ...
  • Page 115 ® Performing a HotSync Tap the check boxes to deselect the files and applications that you do not want to synchronize during a modem ® HotSync operation. By the default setting, all files are selected to be synchronized. The data of applications that do not have a database (such as games) cannot be synchronized.
  • Page 116: Performing A Hotsync Operation Via A Network

    Performing a HotSync network To operate HotSync administrator skills. You can perform a HotSync handheld and the computer in the LAN of your office depending on the network environment of your office. For details, contact the administrator of the remote access server. Prior to performing a HotSync Check the following items.
  • Page 117 ® Performing a HotSync Place your CLIÉ handheld on the cradle and press the HotSync The computer information (Primary PC name and Primary PC address (IP address)) is transferred to your CLIÉ handheld. When you perform a HotSync handheld identifies the computer based on the information transferred. Exchanging and updating data using a HotSync ®...
  • Page 118 ® Performing a HotSync Preparing your CLIÉ handheld Follow the steps below to set up your CLIÉ handheld for a HotSync via a network. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon and press the Jog Dial™ navigator on the Application Launcher screen.
  • Page 119 ® Performing a HotSync Tap Select Service beneath the icon. The Network Preferences screen is displayed. Tap the arrow V next to Service and select Unix or Windows RAS from the drop-down list. For details, refer to “Changing the Network preferences” on page 87 and contact the administrator of the remote access server.
  • Page 120 ® Performing a HotSync Performing a HotSync You can perform a HotSync your computer setting, CLIÉ handheld setting, and Conduit Setup. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the HotSync icon and press the Jog Dial™ navigator on the Application Launcher screen.
  • Page 121: Performing A Hotsync Operation Via Lan (lansync)

    Performing a HotSync (LANSync) To operate LANSync, you must have network manager skills. Consult a network manager prior to setting LANSync. You can perform a HotSync another computer connected to your CLIÉ handheld. Prior to performing a LANSync operation Check the following items. •...
  • Page 122 ® Performing a HotSync Place your CLIÉ handheld in the cradle and press the HotSync The computer information (Primary PC name and Primary PC address (IP address)) is transferred to your CLIÉ handheld. When you perform a HotSync identifies the computer based on the information transferred. Preparing your CLIÉ...
  • Page 123 ® Performing a HotSync Tap OK. The HotSync screen is displayed. Performing a LANSync operation You can perform a LANSync operation when you have prepared your computer setting, CLIÉ handheld setting, and Conduit Setup. Turn on the computers and start the HotSync Note To perform a LANSync operation, both computers connected to the cradle and performing a HotSync...
  • Page 124: Using "memory Stick Media

    ® Using “Memory Stick ” media This chapter explains how to communicate with another ® Palm OS PDA device via “Memory Stick” media, how to handle “Memory Stick” media, and how to use the CLIE Files application for managing the data on “Memory Stick” media. ®...
  • Page 125: Using "memory Stick ® " Media

    Using “Memory Stick What is “Memory Stick” media? “Memory Stick” media is a new, compact, and portable Integrated Circuit recording medium with a data capacity that exceeds a floppy disk. “Memory Stick” media is specially designed for exchanging and sharing data among “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 126 ® Using “Memory Stick Notes When you use a “Memory Stick Duo” with your CLIÉ handheld • Make sure you use a “Memory Stick Duo” adapter. • Make sure you insert a “Memory Stick Duo” into the “Memory Stick Duo” adapter in the right direction.
  • Page 127: Inserting And Removing A "memory Stick" Media

    ® Using “Memory Stick Inserting and removing a “Memory Stick” media Insert a “Memory Stick” media into the “Memory Stick” slot. The “Memory Stick” LED blinks in orange while your CLIÉ handheld is accessing “Memory Stick” media While the power of your CLIÉ handheld is on, the applications in the “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 128 ® Using “Memory Stick Notes on using “Memory Stick” media When you use “Memory Stick” media, follow the precautions below. • Avoid touching the terminals of “Memory Stick” media or touching it with a metal object. • Do not drop, bend, or expose “Memory Stick” media to external shock. •...
  • Page 129: Protecting The Data On "memory Stick" Media

    ® Using “Memory Stick Protecting the data on “Memory Stick” media To prevent accidental erasure of important data, you can use the write protect tab of “Memory Stick” media. Write enable position Slide the tab to the left to select the write enable position. You can read and write data on the “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 130: Starting An Application On "memory Stick" Media

    ® Using “Memory Stick Starting an application on “Memory Stick” media You can start the applications in “Memory Stick” media in the same way as the applications of your CLIÉ handheld. While the power of your CLIÉ handheld is on, the applications in the “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 131: Viewing Information Of A "memory Stick" Media (card Info)

    ® Using “Memory Stick Viewing information of a “Memory Stick” media (Card Info) You can view the information (such as the remaining memory space) of the “Memory Stick” media with the Card Info application. Insert the “Memory Stick” media into your CLIÉ handheld. Rotate the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 132: Assigning A Name To A "memory Stick" Media

    ® Using “Memory Stick Assigning a name to a “Memory Stick” media You can assign a name to each “Memory Stick” media with the Card Info application. Insert the “Memory Stick” media into your CLIÉ handheld. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Card Info icon and press the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 133: Formatting "memory Stick" Media

    ® Using “Memory Stick Formatting “Memory Stick” media A “Memory Stick” media produced commercially is already formatted for use. If you need to format your “Memory Stick” media, use the CLIE Files or Card Info application. The following explains how to format a “Memory Stick” media with the CLIE Files application.
  • Page 134: Exchanging Data Via "memory Stick" Media

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Starting CLIE Files You can copy, move, or delete data between a “Memory Stick” media and your CLIÉ handheld with the CLIE Files application. For details on the CLIE Files application, refer to “CLIE Files” in the “CLIÉ Application Manual”...
  • Page 135 In some cases when you move or delete a specific file using the CLIE Files application, some CLIÉ applications may not be operated properly or some data may be formatted. Sony is not liable for any trouble with applications or data that arises out of your moving or deleting a file.
  • Page 136: Copying Your CliÉ Handheld Data To A "memory Stick" Media

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media • CLIE Launcher XXX: Saves the database for CLIE Launcher. If this file is deleted, you may not be able to operate CLIE Launcher. • NetworkDB: Saves network settings. If this file is deleted, network connection is disabled.
  • Page 137 Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select CLIE Files and press the Jog Dial™ navigator. The CLIE Files application starts and the list of data on the “Memory Stick” media is displayed. You can also tap the CLIE Files icon to start the application. Press the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 138 Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media To copy all the data at once Tap Select in step 5 and select Select all. To cancel the selection • To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear all. • To clear only specific items: tap the selected item once again. When you want to select data other than the one specified After following step 5, tap Select and select Invert.
  • Page 139: Copying Data On "memory Stick" Media To Your CliÉ Handheld

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Copying data on “Memory Stick” media to your CLIÉ handheld You can copy the data saved on a “Memory Stick” media to your CLIÉ handheld. Prior to copying data, make sure that the memory space of your CLIÉ...
  • Page 140 Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Tap OK. The data selected in step 4 is copied to Internal. To copy all the data at once Tap Select in step 4 and select Select all. To cancel the selection • To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear all. •...
  • Page 141: Deleting Data On "memory Stick" Media

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Deleting data on “Memory Stick” media You can delete the data from a “Memory Stick” media with the CLIE Files application. Insert “Memory Stick” media on your CLIÉ handheld. Tap the Home Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select CLIE Files and press the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 142: Clie Files Menus

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media To delete all the data at once Tap Select in step 4 and select Select all. To cancel the selection • To cancel all the selections: tap Select and select Clear all. • To clear only specific items: tap the selected item once again. To change the folder to be deleted to select the folder you want to delete.
  • Page 143: Exchanging Data Without Using The Clie Files Application

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Exchanging data without using the CLIE Files application You can exchange the data between a “Memory Stick” media and your CLIÉ handheld from the menu of the Application Launcher screen. However, problems may occur depending on the application. Note the following.
  • Page 144: Notes On Starting Applications From A "memory Stick" Media

    Exchanging data via “Memory Stick” media Notes on starting applications from a “Memory Stick” media You can start an application (files with extensions such as .prc,.pdb) from a “Memory Stick” media. However, note the following prior to starting them. • You can start only applications. Related files such as image files or movie files may not be opened (played back).
  • Page 145: Beaming

    This chapter explains how to communicate with another ® Palm OS PDA device via the infrared communications port. Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ handheld and ® another Palm OS PDA ... . . 146...
  • Page 146: Beaming Between Your Sony CliÉ Handheld And Another Palm Os Pda

    Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ handheld and another Palm OS What you can do with beaming Your CLIÉ handheld is equipped with an IR (infrared) port that enables you to exchange data with another Palm OS port is located at the top of your CLIÉ handheld, behind the small dark shield.
  • Page 147: Beaming Information

    Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ handheld and another Palm OS Beaming information You can beam the data on your CLIÉ handheld to another Palm OS PDA device that has an IR port. Select the data, category, or business card you want to beam.
  • Page 148: Tips On Beaming Information

    Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ handheld and another Palm OS Receiving beamed information Turn on your CLIÉ handheld and point the IR port of your CLIÉ handheld directly to the IR port of another Palm OS PDA device. The Beam dialog box is displayed and beaming of data starts.
  • Page 149: Using The Bluetooth™ Function

    Using the Bluetooth™ function (for Bluetooth™ built-in models only) This chapter explains how to exchange information such as applications or data with another Bluetooth compatible device using the Bluetooth™ function. Exchanging data using the Bluetooth™ function .......150 What you can do with the Bluetooth™...
  • Page 150: Exchanging Data Using The Bluetooth™ Function

    Exchanging data using the Bluetooth™ function What you can do with the Bluetooth™ function The Bluetooth function enables wireless communication within a range of approximately 10 meters. You can use the function to exchange data between your CLIÉ handheld and other Bluetooth compliant devices. Sending data such as image files or Date Book data to another CLIÉ...
  • Page 151 Exchanging data using the Bluetooth™ function Sending image files You can select a method of sending data in the dialog box. (The dialog box below may not be displayed depending on your operating environment) 2 Sending Date Book data or Address Book data Tap schedule data or address data you want to send, tap the Menu icon, and then select Send Event (for Date Book application) or Send Address (for Address application) from the menu.
  • Page 152: Performing A Wireless Hotsync ® Operation With A Computer

    Exchanging data using the Bluetooth™ function If you have renamed a target Bluetooth™ compatible device registered on CLIÉ handheld, the device may be listed in the previous name when you detect target Bluetooth™ compatible devices. In this case, follow the procedure below. 1 Tap the Menu 2 Tap Disable device name cache from the Options menu.
  • Page 153: Using The Calculator And Finding Records

    Using the Calculator and finding records This chapter explains how to efficiently search for records and how to use the calculator. Using the Calculator (Calc) ....154 Finding records .
  • Page 154: Using The Calculator (calc)

    Using the Calculator (Calc) Calculating with the Calculator You can perform basic calculations with the calculator. Moreover, you can save the numbers in the calculator memory and recall it from the memory. Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select the Calculator icon and press the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 155: The Functions Of The Calculator Buttons

    Using the Calculator (Calc) The functions of the Calculator buttons The calculator has several buttons to help you perform calculations. +/– Using the Calculator and finding records Clears the last number you entered. Use this button if you make a mistake while entering numbers.
  • Page 156: Using The Calculator Menus

    Using the Calculator (Calc) Using the Calculator menus Edit menus Copy, Paste Options menus Recent Calculations About Calculator Using the Calculator and finding records Copies values from Calculator and pastes it into another application. You can also paste numeric values you copied from another application such as Memo Pad into Calculator.
  • Page 157: Finding Records

    Finding records Using the Find option You can find records, such as Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, or Memo Pad data, in your CLIÉ handheld by entering the whole word or first few letters. The search results are displayed by application. This feature helps if you do not remember which application you used to create a record you search for.
  • Page 158 To resume the search, tap Find More. Note The Find option is not case sensitive; searching for “sony” also finds “Sony”. Select text in an application prior to tapping the Find icon to automatically place the text in the Find dialog box.
  • Page 159 Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data This chapter explains how to take a back-up of your CLIÉ handheld data. Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data . . 160 Backing up data to your computer through a ® HotSync operation .
  • Page 160: Backing Up Your Sony CliÉ™ Handheld Data

    Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data You can create backup of your CLIÉ handheld data by one of the following methods: • Back up data to your computer through a HotSync • Back up data to a “Memory Stick” media using the Memory Stick Backup...
  • Page 161: Backing Up Data To A "memory Stick" Media Using The Memory Stick Backup Application

    Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data Backing up data to a “Memory Stick” media using the Memory Stick Backup application With the Memory Stick Backup application, you can back up the following applications and data to a “Memory Stick” media.
  • Page 162 • You can only restore data to the CLIÉ handheld from which you took that backup. Perform a hard reset on your CLIÉ handheld. For details on a hard reset, refer to “Basic operations of your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld: Restarting your Sony CLIÉ handheld” in the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).”...
  • Page 163 Backing up your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld data Tap the Restore The Restore All Files dialog box is displayed. Tap OK. The Confirm Restore dialog box is displayed. Tap OK. The Restore Process dialog box is displayed. If there are initial data automatically created by each application when you performed a hard reset or if you created or updated data after a hard reset, the Overwrite Confirm dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 164 Protecting your data with a password This chapter explains how to manage your personal details using the various applications of your CLIÉ handheld and how to protect your data with a password. Entering personal information ... . 165 Locking your CLIÉ...
  • Page 165: Protecting Your Data With A Password

    Entering personal information You can enter personal information such as name, company name and telephone number in your CLIÉ handheld. If you assign a password, the personal information will be displayed when the CLIÉ handheld is turned on next time. Rotate the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 166 Entering personal information If you have already assigned a password to protect your data As the information is already protected, the personal information cannot be entered or edited. Follow the steps below to unlock the protection to enter/edit personal information. Rotate the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 167: Locking Your CliÉ Handheld With A Password (data Protection)

    For details on how to reset your CLIÉ handheld, refer to “Basic operations of your Sony CLIÉ™ handheld: Restarting your Sony CLIÉ handheld” of the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).” Turn off your CLIÉ handheld after locking This feature locks and turns off your CLIÉ...
  • Page 168 Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a password (Data protection) Rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator to select Security and press the Jog Dial™ navigator, on the Application Launcher screen. The Security screen is displayed. You can also tap the Security icon to display the Security screen. Tap Lock &...
  • Page 169: Setting Your CliÉ Handheld To Be Locked Automatically

    Locking your CLIÉ handheld with a password (Data protection) Setting your CLIÉ handheld to be locked automatically You can set a time for your CLIÉ handheld to be locked automatically. Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Turn off your CLIÉ handheld after locking”...
  • Page 170: Protecting Data

    Protecting data You can protect your data from unauthorized users by assigning a password. Additionally, you can create private data which will not be shown even if a password is entered. Assigning a password You can assign a password to protect your private data or to lock your CLIÉ handheld.
  • Page 171: Changing Or Deleting A Password

    Protecting data In step 3, you can enter a hint to remember your password. The hint will be displayed to remind you the correct password when you enter the incorrect password. Changing or deleting a password You can change or delete the assigned password. Rotate the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 172: Hiding Or Masking Private Data

    Protecting data Hiding or masking private data You can choose to hide or mask your private data in applications such as Address Book or Memo Pad. To view the private data, you need to enter the password. Even if the data is invisible, it is saved. Rotate the Jog Dial™...
  • Page 173: Enhancing Features With Add-on Applications

    Enhancing features with add-on applications This chapter explains how to enhance features of your CLIÉ handheld by installing applications from your computer, Internet and “Memory Stick” media. Enhancing features with add-on applications ..... 174 Installing .
  • Page 174: Applications

    Enhancing features with add-on applications To install the applications from the supplied CD-ROM, refer to “Using applications” of the “Read This First (Operating Instructions).” You can enhance the features of your CLIÉ handheld by installing applications such as games or other software that run on Palm OS (Add-on applications). For the latest information on the applications that can be used in your CLIÉ...
  • Page 175: Installing

    Select the user from the User selector. Click Add. The Open dialog box is displayed. The supplied applications are saved in the folder: Program Files/Sony Handheld/Add-on/PEG-*** (model name of your CLIÉ handheld). Enhancing features with add-on applications Continued on next page...
  • Page 176 Windows To display the Install Tool screen, click Start, Programs (All Programs for Windows XP), Sony Handheld, and Installation Tool. You can also double-click files that can be installed such as .prc or .pdb format files. Enhancing features with add-on applications ®...
  • Page 177: Installing Applications On A "memory Stick" Media

    In the procedure mentioned above, select “Memory Stick” media and install the data or application onto the “Memory Stick” media by a HotSync They are installed in /PALM/Launcher folder. Some Sony applications only support data in the designated folder. The data installed in /PALM/Launcher folder in a “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 178: Deleting The Installed Add-on Applications

    Installing Deleting the installed add-on applications You can only delete the applications that you installed yourself. Default applications such as Address Book, Memo Pad cannot be deleted. Tap the Home Tap the Delete The Delete dialog box is displayed. You can also delete an application by dragging an icon and dropping it over the icon on the CLIE Launcher screen when the Use Drag&Drop check Delete box on the CLIE Launcher Preferences screen (page 26) is on.
  • Page 179 This chapter explains how to transfer data from your CLIÉ handheld to other CLIÉ handhelds. Exchanging data with another Sony CLIÉ™ handheld ......180 Transferring data using the Palm™...
  • Page 180: Exchanging Data With Another Sony CliÉ™ Handheld

    Windows desktop. You can also click Start, Programs (All Programs for Windows XP), Sony Handheld, and Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ in Windows. The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software starts. Click the user name of your previous CLIÉ handheld from the User name list in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
  • Page 181 Exchanging data with another Sony CLIÉ™ handheld Repeat step 3 through 5 to export data of other applications. Click the user name of your new CLIÉ handheld from the User name list in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
  • Page 182 Exchanging data with another Sony CLIÉ™ handheld ® Note on performing a HotSync operation on another CLIÉ handheld When using another CLIÉ handheld, install (overwrite) the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software that is supplied with the newly purchased CLIÉ handheld without deleting the Palm™...
  • Page 183: Index

    INDEX Application Add-on applications ... . .174 Deleting the add-on applications . . .178 Enhancing the features ..174 Installing from the Internet ..177 Installing from your computer .
  • Page 184: Graffiti Writing

    Connection ..... .75 Customizing the full-screen pen stroke activities ......73 Data protection .
  • Page 185 Basic operations ....64 Exchanging data of another Sony CLIÉ handheld .....180 Locating the components .
  • Page 186 For the latest information on support and accessories, check our official Sony CLIÉ website http //www.sony.com/clie/...

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