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Personal Communicator COM-1
Operating
Instructions
2-668-393-12(2)
© 2006 Sony Corporation

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    Personal Communicator COM-1 Operating Instructions 2-668-393-12(2) © 2006 Sony Corporation...

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    Owner’s Record The serial number is located inside battery compartment. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. COM-1 Serial No._______________________ WARNING You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

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    FCC Rules. If you have any questions about this product: Visit: http://www.sony.com/mylo Contact: Sony Customer Information Services Center at 1-(866)-420-7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Services Center 12451 Gateway Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33913 For an accessory or part not available from your authorized dealer, call:...

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    Such anomalies are caused by the nature of the LCD and do not indicate a malfunction. Please note that Sony does not guarantee a replacement or refund for such cases. Do not expose the LCD to direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time. It may result in a malfunction.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Getting Started Parts and Controls ... 12 Using the supplied headset...15 Using the keyboard ...16 Preparing a Power Source... 18 Installing the battery ...18 Charging the battery using the supplied AC power adaptor ..19 Charging the battery using the supplied USB cable ...20 Checking the remaining battery power ...21 Starting the Unit ...

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    Table of Contents Communication — Skype Signing in Skype ... 42 Starting Skype ... 44 Signing in to Skype...44 Signing out of Skype...46 Switching between screens ...47 Checking the status bar ...50 Using the My Status Screen... 51 Selecting your status ...51 Entering comments ...53 Editing your profile...54 Adding a User to Your Contacts ...

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    Table of Contents Communication — Google Talk Starting Google Talk... 80 Signing in to Google Talk ...80 Signing out of Google Talk ...83 Switching between screens ...84 Checking the status bar ...86 Using the My Status Screen... 87 Selecting your status ...87 Entering comments ...88 Changing my picture...89 Adding a User to Your Contacts ...

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    Table of Contents Communication — Yahoo! Messenger (continued) Starting a Conversation... 110 Starting a new conversation ...110 Answering a new conversation...111 Returning to ongoing conversation ...112 Ending a conversation ...112 Adjusting Yahoo! Messenger Settings (Tools) ... 113 Items on the Tools screen...113 Context Menus in Yahoo! Messenger ...

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    Table of Contents Music Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer ... 134 Available software programs to transfer audio files ...134 Available audio codecs...134 Switching the USB mode...135 Connecting the unit to a computer ...136 Using SonicStage...137 Using Windows Media Player 10 ...138 Using Windows Explorer (Drag and drop)...138 About the folder structure ...139 Playing Music –...

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    Table of Contents Video Transferring Video Files from Your Computer... 160 Available video formats ...160 Connecting the unit to a computer ...160 Using Image Converter 2 ...161 Viewing Video Files ... 162 Basic playback operations...164 Context Menus on Video Screens ... 165 Text Transferring Text Files from Your Computer ...

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    Table of Contents Tool (continued) Using the File Manager ... 184 Copying a folder or a file ...184 Moving a folder or a file ...185 Using Multi Select mode ...186 Using the Hotspot Database ... 187 Viewing the Drop Box ... 188 Updating the Unit’s Software ...

  • Page 12: Getting Started

    Getting Started Parts and Controls Front “Memory Stick Duo” access indicator (  page 14) WIRELESS LAN switch/indicator (  INFO button ( Display*  (USB) connector ( HOME button ( Speaker (  page 59) POWER switch/indicator ( CHARGE indicator ( ...

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    Getting Started… Parts and Controls Front panel opened Back Loudspeaker Battery compartment  cover ( Jog lever ( VOL (volume) +/– buttons (  HOLD switch ( page 26) “Memory Stick Duo” slot (  page 14) page 18)  /  /  /  ) ( ...

  • Page 14: Memory Stick Duo" Access Indicator

    Getting Started… Parts and Controls To insert and remove a “Memory Stick Duo” Insert a “Memory Stick Duo” as illustrated below. When the unit accesses the “Memory Stick Duo,” the “Memory Stick Duo” access indicator lights up. Grip the groove with your finger, and gently pull in the direction indicated by the arrow.

  • Page 15: Using The Supplied Headset

    Getting Started… Parts and Controls Icon on the status bar Using the supplied headset Attach the supplied headset to the unit as illustrated below. One touch answer remote controller (supplied) To  (headset) jack Meanings Remaining battery power (  page 21) Wireless LAN signal strength ( ...

  • Page 16: Using The Keyboard

    Getting Started… Parts and Controls Using the keyboard Num key Fn key To enter capital letters, numbers, and symbols Press the modifier key (Shift, Num, Sym, or Fn) first, and then press another key. For the key arrangement, refer to the chart on  page 17. After modifier keys are pressed, the following icons appear on the status bar of the display.

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    Getting Started… Parts and Controls Key arrangement Display on the Normal key     Press Shift to Press Num to select select  Text selection  Text selection  Text selection  Text selection Press Sym to select &...

  • Page 18: Preparing A Power Source

    Getting Started Preparing a Power Source Make sure that the battery is inserted before using the unit. Installing the battery  Open the battery compartment cover by placing your thumb or finger on the word “Open” on one end of the cover and pressing towards the other end of the cover.

  • Page 19: Charging The Battery Using The Supplied Ac Power Adaptor

    Getting Started… Preparing a Power Source Charging the battery using the supplied AC power adaptor  Connect the supplied AC power adaptor to the DC IN 6V jack of the unit, and then connect the adaptor to a wall outlet. To DC IN 6V jack The unit automatically turns on.

  • Page 20: Charging The Battery Using The Supplied Usb Cable

    Getting Started… Preparing a Power Source Charging the battery using the supplied USB cable  Connect the supplied USB cable to the  (USB) connector of the unit, and then connect the USB cable to the computer. To  (USB) connector The unit automatically turns on.

  • Page 21: Checking The Remaining Battery Power

    Getting Started… Preparing a Power Source Checking the remaining battery power The remaining battery power is displayed on the status bar of the display. As the battery runs down, the black portion of the indicator becomes smaller. When the battery runs out, the unit turns off automatically after displaying “Low Battery! Please charge”...

  • Page 22: Starting The Unit

    Getting Started Starting the Unit Turning on the unit Make sure that the battery is fully charged first. For how to connect the unit, refer to  page 18. POWER switch/indicator  Slide down and hold the POWER switch. The unit turns on, and the POWER indicator lights up green. The Home menu appears after the start-up screen is displayed for about 30 seconds.

  • Page 23: Entering Initial Settings

    Getting Started… Starting the Unit  Hint • When “Auto Power Off” is set to “YES,” and you do not operate the unit for approximately ten minutes, the unit automatically turns itself off (Auto Power Off) unless the unit is performing one of the following operations: –...

  • Page 24: Displaying The Home Menu

    Getting Started… Starting the Unit Displaying the Home menu Use the Home menu to open applications and use various features of the unit. HOME button  Press HOME. The Home menu appears. Basic Home menu operations Move the cursor up or down. View Info screen Playback music Stop playback music...

  • Page 25: Viewing Details Of New Events And Viewing Music Information

    Getting Started… Starting the Unit Viewing details of new events and viewing music information When an event occurs, such as a new message being received or a chat invitation arriving, an event icon appears on the status bar of the display. When this happens, press INFO to view detailed information about the event.

  • Page 26: Locking The Controls (hold)

    Getting Started… Starting the Unit Locking the controls (HOLD) You can lock the unit’s controls/buttons to prevent accidental operation.  Slide the HOLD switch on the back of the unit in the direction of the arrow (). appears on the status bar of the display. To unlock the controls Slide the HOLD switch in the opposite direction of the arrow ( ...

  • Page 27: Setting The Connecting Method For Wireless Lan In Infrastructure Mode

    Getting Started Setting the Connecting Method for Wireless LAN in Infrastructure Mode If you usually use the same wireless network, you can set the unit to connect automatically to specific pre-registered wireless networks. If you often move between different wireless networks, you select a wireless network each time from a list of available wireless networks.

  • Page 28: Registering A Wireless Network For "auto Connect

    Getting Started… Setting the Connecting Method Registering a wireless network for “Auto Connect” When you select “ON” in “Auto Connect,” you must register wireless network you want to automatically connect to. Usually this will be wireless network you use most often. WIRELESS LAN switch/indicator ...

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    HTML page used for the test purposes only. There is no personal or network information sent from the unit. The Web server provided by Sony will not collect any information about the unit or the user.

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    Getting Started… Setting the Connecting Method To add wireless network manually Select “Add Manually” on the Connection Manager screen (  page 180). The Wireless Network Settings screen appears. Fill in the listed items on the screen with the information about wireless network you want to register. To change to the infrastructure mode Press and hold HOME to display the What’s Up screen.

  • Page 31: Listing Your Friends For Ad Hoc Application - Contact List

    Getting Started Listing Your Friends for Ad Hoc Application — Contact List When using Ad Hoc Application features such as Music Streaming (  page 120), you must select a user from your Ad Hoc Contact List to communicate with. To prepare for this, add your friends to your Ad Hoc Contact List beforehand.

  • Page 32: Accepting A Registration Request From Other User

    Getting Started… Listing Your Friends for Ad Hoc  Press / to select a user with a status of “unknown,” and then press the center button. When the connection with the selected user is completed, continuously.  Follow the instructions on the display to send a registration request to the selected user.

  • Page 33: What's Up

    What’s Up Displaying the What’s Up Screen The What’s Up screen has 90 boxes you can assign to friends to make connecting to them virtually effortless. If a friend has accounts on multiple communication services, you can gather them into single box, from which you can select how you want to communicate with that friend.

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    What’s Up… Displaying the What’s Up screen To disconnect from wireless network Slide and hold the WIRELESS LAN switch upward. The unit disconnects from wireless network. The WIRELESS LAN indicator and status indicator turn off, and changes to “OFF” on the status bar. To check the signal strength of the network connection The signal strength of the connected network connection is displayed on the status bar of the display.

  • Page 35: Creating Entries On The What's Up Screen

    What’s Up Creating entries on the What’s Up screen  To add a friend’s user ID for a communication service, sign in to that communication service. To add an Ad Hoc Application user, start with step  Press and hold HOME. Or, on the Home menu, press / to select “What’s Up,”...

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    What’s Up… Creating entries on the What’s Up screen  Press / to select the application in which your friend’s ID is registered, and then press the center button. A user selection screen appears.  Press / to select the user ID you want to add, and then press the center button.

  • Page 37: Editing A What's Up Screen Entry

    What’s Up Editing a What’s Up screen entry If a friend has accounts on multiple communication services, you can gather all of the friend’s connection info in a single box, from which you can select how you want to connect with that friend. You can also add multiple friends into a single box.

  • Page 38: Copying And Pasting Entries On The What's Up Screen

    What’s Up… Editing a What’s Up screen entry Copying and pasting entries on the What’s Up screen  On the What’s Up screen, press / to select a page, and then press the center button.  Press /// to select the box you want to copy, and then press OPTION.

  • Page 39: Removing Entries From The What's Up Screen

    What’s Up… Editing a What’s Up screen entry Removing entries from the What’s Up screen  On the What’s Up screen, press / to select a page, and then press the center button.  Press /// to select the box you want to remove, and then press OPTION.

  • Page 40: Starting Communication With A Contact

    What’s Up Starting communication with a contact  On the What’s Up screen, press / to select a page, and then press the center button.  Press /// to select the box you want to start communication with, and then press the center button. A list of all of the IDs registered with the selected box appears.

  • Page 41: Context Menus On What's Up Screens

    What’s Up Context Menus on What’s Up Screens To display the Context menu from the What’s Up screen, press the OPTION button. You can select the following operations from the Context menu. Item Add an ID Remove Edit Copy Paste Switch Wireless LAN Mode Down View Profile...

  • Page 42: Signing In Skype

    Communication — Skype Signing in Skype If you already have a Skype Name, go to the next section “Starting Skype” (  page 44). If not, follow the steps below to create a Skype Name before using Skype.  On the Home menu, press / to select “Communication,” and then press the center button.

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    Communication – Skype…  Press / to select “Sign In,” and then press the center button. The unit turns on the wireless LAN in infrastructure mode. The WIRELESS LAN indicator lights up green, the status indicator lights up blue, and appears on the status bar.

  • Page 44: Starting Skype

    Communication – Skype Starting Skype Signing in to Skype Register for a Skype Name before using Skype (  page 42).  On the Home menu, press / to select “Communication,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “Skype,” and then press the center button. The Sign In screen appears.

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    Communication – Skype…  Press /// to select “Sign In,” and then press the center button. The unit turns on the wireless LAN in infrastructure mode. The WIRELESS LAN indicator lights up green, the status indicator lights up blue, and appears on the status bar.

  • Page 46: Signing Out Of Skype

    Communication – Skype… Signing out of Skype You cannot sign out of Skype even if you disconnect the unit from the wireless network. To sign out of Skype, follow the process below.  On any Skype screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 47: Switching Between Screens

    Communication – Skype… Switching between screens After signing in to Skype, you can switch between the following screens to access various features. Contacts screen After signing in to Skype, the Contacts screen appears. All of your contacts (  page 55) are displayed. When a contact is highlighted, his or her comment is displayed.

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    Communication – Skype… Chats screen The Chats screen appears when you select “Chats” on the Contacts screen by pressing / and then pressing the center button. To go back to the Contacts screen, press BACK. The Chats screen displays any ongoing chats you have. Each ongoing chat session has its own Chat screen.

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    Communication – Skype… Icon Meaning Missed call Outgoing call Incoming call Sent file Received file Played voicemail New voicemail Request to exchange contact details File transfer request Dial screen The Dial screen appears when you select “Dial” on the Contacts screen by pressing /...

  • Page 50: Checking The Status Bar

    Communication – Skype… Tools screen The Tools screen appears when you select “Tools” on the Contacts screen by pressing / and then pressing the center button. To go back to the Contacts screen, press BACK. The Tools screen displays and enables you to change the settings (  page 74). Checking the status bar When you successfully sign in to Skype, of the display.

  • Page 51: Using The My Status Screen

    Communication – Skype Using the My Status Screen Selecting your status  On any Skype screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “My Status,” and then press the center button. The My Status screen appears. ...

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    Communication – Skype About My status The following status options are available. Icon Status (Online) The default status when you have signed in to Skype. (Skype Me) You are letting everyone know that you are available and interested to Skype with them. This includes people whom you do not know or have not accepted.

  • Page 53: Entering Comments

    Communication – Skype Entering comments You can enter short comments, such as description of yourself or a message to your friends, into your profile to be viewed by other users.  On any Skype screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 54: Editing Your Profile

    Communication – Skype Editing your profile You can edit your profile to indicate details about yourself, such as your gender, birthday, or country.  On any Skype screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “My Status,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 55: Adding A User To Your Contacts

    Communication – Skype Adding a User to Your Contacts For many Skype features, such as making a call or starting a chat, your friends must be added in your Contacts. Adding a new contact A Skype Name with more than 300 contacts on its contact list cannot be used with the unit.

  • Page 56: Resending A Request To Exchange Contact Details To A Contact

    Communication – Skype  Press / to select “OK,” and then press the center button. The unit begins searching the Skype system for the Skype Name, full name, or e-mail address that you entered in step results of the search. If you entered a SkypeOut phone number in step the name input screen appears.

  • Page 57: Accepting A Request To Exchange Contact Details From Other Users

    Communication – Skype  Press / to select “Exchange Contact Details,” and then press the center button. The request to exchange contact details screen appears.  Enter messages to be sent to the selected contact using the keyboard.  Press /// to select “OK,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 58: Editing Your Contacts

    Communication – Skype To unblock a user To be able to contact a user on your Blocked Users list, use the “Manage Blocked Users” feature to remove the user from the list (  page 75). Editing your Contacts You can edit your Contacts using the Context menu. ...

  • Page 59: Making And Receiving A Call

    Communication – Skype Making and Receiving a Call First, sign in to Skype using your Skype Name. To talk on a Skype call, you can use either the speaker and microphone on the front of the unit or the supplied headset connected to the unit. Speaker To connect the supplied headset When you use the headset, press the Remote Call Control button to receive a...

  • Page 60: Calling A Skype User

    Communication – Skype… Calling a Skype user  On the Contacts screen or the Events screen, press / to select the contact you want to call, and then press the center button. A list of options appears. On the Contacts screen ...

  • Page 61: Calling A Regular Phone Number (skypeout)

    Communication – Skype… Calling a regular phone number (SkypeOut) To call a non-Skype number, you must have signed up for the SkypeOut feature and have purchased Skype Credit. For information about SkypeOut and about purchasing Skype Credit, visit <http://www.skype.com>.  On the Contacts screen, press /...

  • Page 62: Receiving A Call

    Communication – Skype… Receiving a call When an incoming call is received, the unit rings, the status indicator flashes, and the calling window appears.  Press / to select “Answer,” and then press the center button.  Using the speaker and microphone on the front of the unit or the headset, begin your conversation.

  • Page 63: Ending A Call

    Communication – Skype…  Hints • If you receive a call while an audio file, a video file, or a photo slide show is playing, playback pauses until the call ends. After the call ends, playback of audio files and photo slide shows resumes from the point where playback stopped.

  • Page 64: Starting A Chat

    Communication – Skype Starting a Chat Starting a new chat  On the Contacts screen, press / to select the contact you want to chat with, and then press the center button. A list of options appears.  Press / to select “Chat,” and then press the center button. A chat screen appears, and you can begin your conversation with the selected contact.

  • Page 65: Answering A New Chat

    Communication – Skype… To insert emoticons in chat messages Press the  /  /  /  keys on the keyboard or the 4-way button (///) to move the cursor to the position where you want to insert the emoticons, and select “Insert Emoticon”...

  • Page 66: Returning To Ongoing Chat

    Communication – Skype… Returning to ongoing chat  On the Contacts screen, press / to select “Chats,” and then press the center button. The Chats screen appears. The users with whom you have ongoing chats are listed.  Press / to select “Chat,” and then press the center button. The chat screen appears, and you can type a message to the selected user.

  • Page 67: Chatting With Multiple Contacts (multi Chat)

    Communication – Skype… Chatting with multiple contacts (Multi Chat) You can add additional contacts to an ongoing chat.  While viewing the screen of the chat to which you want to add additional contacts, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

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    Communication – Skype… To close a multi chat Press OPTION to display the Context menu, and then select “Close Chat.” Closed Multi chats are listed in Recent chats.  Hints • You can reenter a closed multi chat by selecting it in Recent chats. •...

  • Page 69: Transferring Files (file Transfer)

    Communication – Skype Transferring Files (File Transfer) Sending a file You can send a file stored in the unit to other Skype contacts. Note • It may be prohibited to transfer content, without the copyright holders permission under applicable copyright law. ...

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    Communication – Skype  Select a file to send, and then press the center button. The file transfer process starts. To stop a file transfer Select “Cancel” during the file transfer. …Transferring Files Continued ...

  • Page 71: Receiving A File

    Communication – Skype Receiving a file When your contact attempts to send a file to you, a message appears, asking whether you want to receive the file.  Press / to select “OK,” and then press the center button. The file transfer process starts. The transferred file is stored in “Drop Box”...

  • Page 72: Playing A Voicemail

    Communication – Skype Playing a Voicemail To play a voicemail, you must have purchased Skype Credit. For information about purchasing Skype Credit, visit <http://www.skype.com>. When you receive a voicemail, the voicemail event is listed with the new voicemail icon on the Events screen. ...

  • Page 73: Sending A Voicemail

    Communication – Skype When another application window is displayed When another contact sends a voicemail to you, the display (  page 50). Press INFO. The communication panel appears. Press / to select the new voicemail event, and then press the center button.

  • Page 74: Adjusting Settings (tools)

    Communication – Skype Adjusting Settings (Tools)  On the Contacts screen, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button. The Tools screen appears.  Press / to select an item, and then press the center button. The options or settings display for the selected item appears. Example: “General”...

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    Communication – Skype Item Setting or operation Settings • Allow Calls: Selects users who are allowed to call you. The - Privacy options are “Anyone” (default setting), “Contacts Only,” and “Accepted Only.” • Allow Chats: Selects users who are allowed to start a chat with you.

  • Page 76: Context Menus In Skype

    Communication – Skype Context Menus in Skype Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the tables on  pages 76 to 79.

  • Page 77

    Communication – Skype Item Insert Emoticons (  page 65) Chat Call Send Voicemail (  page 73) Send File (  page 69) View Profile Delete Add User to This Chat Set Chat Topic View Chat History Bookmark This Chat Remove Bookmark...

  • Page 78

    Communication – Skype Item Cut (  page 79) Copy (  page 79) Paste (  page 79) My Status (  page 51) Sign Out (  page 46) …Context Menus in Skype Tools Chat View History Profile ...

  • Page 79

    Communication – Skype Item Cut (  below) Copy (  below) Paste (  below) My Status (  page 51) Sign Out (  page 46) To cut characters Press the Shift and /// keys on the keyboard to select the characters you want to cut, and select “Cut”...

  • Page 80: Starting Google Talk

    Signing in to Google Talk Register for a Gmail account before using Google Talk. If you have not yet signed up for Google Talk, visit <http://www.sony.com/mylo/partners> to get a Gmail account. If you already have a Gmail account, you can use your existing account with your unit.

  • Page 81

    Communication – Google Talk…  Press / to select “Sign In,” and then press the center button. The unit turns on the wireless LAN in infrastructure mode. The WIRELESS LAN indicator lights up green, the status indicator lights up blue, and appears on the status bar.

  • Page 82

    Communication – Google Talk… Starting Google To delete all personal information regarding your Gmail account Reset the settings of the unit to delete your personal information stored on the unit. For detailed information, see  page 174. To disconnect from wireless network Slide and hold the WIRELESS LAN switch upward.

  • Page 83: Signing Out Of Google Talk

    Communication – Google Talk… Signing out of Google Talk  On any Google Talk screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “Sign Out,” and then press the center button. After you successfully sign out of Google Talk, the Sign In screen appears, and To return to the Communication menu, press BACK.

  • Page 84: Switching Between Screens

    Communication – Google Talk… Switching between screens After signing in to Google Talk, you can switch between the following screens to access various features. Contacts screen After signing in to Google Talk, the Contacts screen appears. All of your contacts (  page 90) are displayed. When a contact is highlighted, his or her comment is displayed.

  • Page 85

    Communication – Google Talk… Chats screen The Chats screen appears when you select “Chats” on the Contacts screen by pressing / and then pressing the center button. To go back to the Contacts screen, press BACK. The Chats screen displays any ongoing chats you have. Each ongoing chat session has its own Chat screen.

  • Page 86: Checking The Status Bar

    Communication – Google Talk… Tools screen The Tools screen appears when you select “Tools” on the Contacts screen by pressing / and then pressing the center button. To go back to the Contacts screen, press BACK. The Tools screen displays and enables you to change the settings (  page 95). Checking the status bar When you successfully sign in to Google Talk, status bar of the display.

  • Page 87: Using The My Status Screen

    Communication – Google Talk Using the My Status Screen Selecting your status  On any Google Talk screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “My Status,” and then press the center button. The My Status screen appears. ...

  • Page 88: Entering Comments

    Communication – Google Talk About My status The following status options are available. Icon Meaning (Online) You appear online to your contacts. (Busy) You appear busy to your contacts. Entering comments You can enter short comments, such as description of yourself or a message to your friends, into your profile to be viewed by other users.

  • Page 89: Changing My Picture

    Communication – Google Talk Changing my picture  On any Google Talk screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “My Status,” and then press the center button. The My Status screen appears.  Press / to select “Change Picture,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 90: Adding A User To Your Contacts

    Communication – Google Talk Adding a User to Your Contacts For many Google Talk features, such as starting a chat, your friends must be added in your Google Talk Contacts.  On the Contacts screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 91: Accepting An Invitation From Other User

    Communication – Google Talk To invite again On the Contacts screen, press / to select the contact (unregistered contacts have a status of “Invited”), and then press OPTION. The Context menu appears. Press / to select “Invite Again,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 92: Starting A Chat

    Communication – Google Talk Starting a Chat Starting a new chat  On the Contacts screen, press / to select the contact you want to chat with, and then press the center button.  Press the center button. A chat screen appears, and you can begin your chat. Basic operations on the chat screen Scroll Move the cursor up or down...

  • Page 93: Answering A New Chat

    Communication – Google Talk Answering a new chat When another user sends a new message, the status bar of the display (  page 86).  Press INFO. The communication panel appears.  Press / to select the new incoming chat, and then press the center button.

  • Page 94: Ending A Chat

    Communication – Google Talk Ending a chat  On the chat screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “End Chat,” and then press the center button. The chat ends, and the chat screen disappears. …Starting a Chat...

  • Page 95: Adjusting Settings (tools)

    Communication – Google Talk Adjusting Settings (Tools)  On the Contacts screen, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button. The Tools screen appears.  Press / to select an item, and then press the center button. The options appear.

  • Page 96: Context Menus In Google Talk

    Communication – Google Talk Context Menus in Google Talk Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the tables on  pages 96 to 97.

  • Page 97

    Communication – Google Talk Item Cut (  below) Copy (  below) Paste (  below) My Status (  page 87) Sign Out (  page 83) To cut characters Press the Shift and /// keys on the keyboard to select the characters you want to cut, and select “Cut”...

  • Page 98: Starting Yahoo! Messenger

    Signing in to Yahoo! Messenger Register for a Yahoo! ID before using Yahoo! Messenger If you have not yet signed up for Yahoo! Messenger, visit <http://www.sony.com/mylo/partners> to get a Yahoo! ID. If you already have a Yahoo! ID, you can use your existing ID with your unit.

  • Page 99

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger…  Press /// to select “Sign In,” and then press the center button. The unit turns on the wireless LAN in infrastructure mode. The WIRELESS LAN indicator lights up green, the status indicator lights up blue, and appears on the status bar.

  • Page 100

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger… Starting Yahoo! To delete all personal information regarding your Yahoo! ID Reset the settings of the unit to delete your personal information stored on the unit. For detailed information, see  page 174. To disconnect from wireless network Slide and hold the WIRELESS LAN switch upward.

  • Page 101: Signing Out Of Yahoo! Messenger

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger… Signing out of Yahoo! Messenger  On any Yahoo! Messenger screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “Sign Out,” and then press the center button. After you successfully sign out of Yahoo! Messenger, the Sign In screen appears, and To return to the menu, press BACK.

  • Page 102: Switching Between Screens

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger… Switching between screens After signing in to Yahoo! Messenger, you can switch between the following screens to access various features. Contacts screen After signing in to Yahoo! Messenger, the Contacts screen appears. All of your contacts (  page 108) are displayed. When a contact is highlighted, his or her comment is displayed.

  • Page 103

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger… Conversations screen The Conversations screen appears when you select “Conversations” on the Contacts screen by pressing / and then pressing the center button. To go back to the Contacts screen, press BACK. The Conversations screen displays any ongoing conversations you have. Each ongoing conversation session has its own Conversation screen.

  • Page 104: Checking The Status Bar

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger… Checking the status bar When you successfully sign in to Yahoo! Messenger, the status bar of the display. When a Yahoo! Messenger event occurs, (online) changes to the following event icon. To display detailed information about the event when viewing another application window, press INFO, and navigate to the communication panel to view additional information about the event.

  • Page 105: Using The My Status Screen

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Using the My Status Screen Selecting your status  On any Yahoo! Messenger screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “My Status,” and then press the center button. The My Status screen appears. ...

  • Page 106: Entering Comments

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Entering comments You can enter short comments, such as description of yourself or a message to your friends, into your profile to be viewed by other users.  On any Yahoo! Messenger screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 107: Changing My Picture

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Changing my picture  On any Yahoo! Messenger screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “My Status,” and then press the center button. The My Status screen appears.  Press / to select “Change Picture,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 108: Adding A User To Your Contacts

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Adding a User to Your Contacts For many features, such as starting a conversation or sending an e-mail, your friends must be added to your Contacts.  On the Contacts screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 109: Accepting "add A Contact" Requests From Other User

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Accepting “Add a Contact” requests from other user When another user sends you an “Add a Contact” request, status bar of the display (  page 104).  Press INFO. The communication panel appears.  Press / to select the new “Add a Contact” request event, and then press the center button.

  • Page 110: Starting A Conversation

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Starting a Conversation Starting a new conversation  On the Contacts screen, press / to select the contact you want to chat with, and then press the center button. A list of options appears.  Press the center button. A conversation screen appears, and you can begin your conversation.

  • Page 111: Answering A New Conversation

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger To insert emoticons in chat messages Press the 4-way button (///) to move the cursor to the position where you want to insert the emoticons, and select “Insert Emoticon” from the Context menu. Select an emoticon from the emoticon list. The selected emoticon is inserted to the right of the cursor.

  • Page 112: Returning To Ongoing Conversation

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Returning to ongoing conversation  On the Contacts screen, press / to select “Conversations,” and then press the center button. The conversation screen appears. The contacts with whom you have ongoing chats are listed.  Press / to select the contact you want to chat with, and then press the center button.

  • Page 113: Adjusting Yahoo! Messenger Settings (tools)

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Adjusting Yahoo! Messenger Settings (Tools)  On the Contacts screen, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button. The Tools screen appears.  Press / to select an item, and then press the center button. The options appear.

  • Page 114

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Item Setting or operation Ignore List You can remove a user from the Ignore list by selecting the user’s check box. Users on the Ignore list cannot view your status or send you messages. …Adjusting...

  • Page 115: Context Menus In Yahoo! Messenger

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Context Menus in Yahoo! Messenger Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the tables on  pages 115 to 116.

  • Page 116

    Communication – Yahoo! Messenger Item Cut ( below)  Copy ( below)  Paste ( below)  My Status page 105)  Sign Out page 101)  To cut characters Press the Shift and /// keys on the keyboard to select the characters you want to cut, and select “Cut”...

  • Page 117: Starting The Ad Hoc Application

    Communication — Ad Hoc Application Starting the Ad Hoc Application The unit’s Ad Hoc Application enable you to stream audio files between units communicating over a one-to-one wireless connection. Note • The settings in “Profile” of “General Settings” in the Tool menu are visible to other users when you use the Ad Hoc Application.

  • Page 118: Registering A User To Your Ad Hoc Contact List

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application… To disconnect from wireless network Slide and hold the WIRELESS LAN switch upward. The unit disconnects from wireless network, the WIRELESS LAN indicator and the status indicator turn off. Registering a user to your Ad Hoc Contact List To share music with other users, you must register the users to your Ad Hoc Contact List.

  • Page 119

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application…  Press / to select a user with a status of “Unknown,” and then press the center button.  Follow the instructions on the display to send a registration request to the selected user. If the selected user agrees to be registered to your Ad Hoc Contact List, the user’s profile information is registered in your Contact List, and your profile information is registered in his or her Contact List.

  • Page 120: Enjoying Audio Files With Another User (music Streaming)

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application Enjoying Audio Files with Another User (Music Streaming) The Music Streaming feature of the Ad Hoc Application enables you to share music with your friend’s Personal Communicators in the following way: • Enjoying music on other user’s unit •...

  • Page 121

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application…  Press / to select a user with a status of online, and then press the center button. Your unit connects to the unit of the selected user, and a list of the user’s shared playlists is displayed. ...

  • Page 122: Sharing Music On Your Unit For Other Users To Stream

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application… To start playback from the first track of a playlist  After step , above, select the playlist, and then press the jog lever ( Playback starts with the first track of the selected playlist and continues through all tracks on the list.

  • Page 123

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application…  Press / to select “Settings,” and then press the center button. The settings menu appears.  Press / to select “Communication Settings,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “Ad Hoc Application,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 124: Quitting The Ad Hoc Application

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application… When other users start streaming your playlists When you connect your unit to the wireless network in the Ad Hoc mode, other users who are already registered in your Ad Hoc Contact List can start streaming your shared playlist.

  • Page 125: Viewing Your Unit's Streaming Log

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application… To quit the Ad Hoc Application from the Context menu On the Ad Hoc Contact screen, press OPTION to display the Context menu. Press / to select “End Connection,” and then press the center button. Note •...

  • Page 126: Context Menus In Ad Hoc Application

    Communication – Ad Hoc Application Context Menus in Ad Hoc Application Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the tables below. Item End Connection page 125)

  • Page 127: Web

    Viewing Websites  On the Home menu, press / to select “Web,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select one of the following items from the Web menu, and then press the center button. When the web browser application is launched, the unit turns on the wireless LAN in infrastructure mode.

  • Page 128: Adding A Bookmark For The Currently Displayed Web Page

    Web… Viewing Websites To disconnect from wireless network Slide and hold the WIRELESS LAN switch upward. The unit disconnects from wireless network. The WIRELESS LAN indicator and status indicator turn off, and changes to “OFF” on the status bar. To check the signal strength of the network connection The signal strength of the connected network connection is displayed on the status bar of the display.

  • Page 129: Setting The Currently Displayed Web Page As The Home Website

    Web… Viewing Websites Setting the currently displayed Web page as the Home website  Open the Web page you want to set as the Home website.  Press OPTION to display the Context menu.  Press / to select “Set to Home Page,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 130: Basic Operation Of The Web Browser

    Basic Operation of the Web Browser Button operation View the Press OPTION to display the previous page Context menu, and select “Back.” View the next Press OPTION to display the page Context menu, and select “Forward.” Stop loading a Press OPTION to display the page Context menu, and select “Stop Loading.”...

  • Page 131

    …Basic Operations of the Web Browser Button operation Change the view Press OPTION to display the mode Context menu, and select “View Mode.” Cut characters – Copy characters – Paste characters – Create a new – line Keyboard operation – Press the Shift and ///...

  • Page 132: Context Menus On Web Screens

    Context Menus on Web Screens Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the table on  pages 132 to 133.

  • Page 133

    …Context Menus on Web Screens Item Delete Delete Multiple All Delete Saved page list Web history list     Input address, Edit...

  • Page 134: Transferring Audio Files From Your Computer

    Music Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer Note • Before transferring audio files or using the unit for the first time, fully charge the battery (  page 18). Available software programs to transfer audio files For details on importing audio files into your computer using the software programs listed below, refer to the Help supplied with each program.

  • Page 135: Switching The Usb Mode

    Music… Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer Switching the USB mode Before connecting the unit to the computer, set the unit’s USB mode as shown below based on the software program you want to use to transfer audio files. Software program •...

  • Page 136: Connecting The Unit To A Computer

    Music… Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer Connecting the unit to a computer Before transferring audio files from a computer, connect the unit to the computer with the supplied USB cable. While the unit is connected to the computer, controls on the unit do not work. To ...

  • Page 137: Using Sonicstage

    Music… Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer Using SonicStage Transfer tracks (audio files) stored in the SonicStage “My Library” to the unit’s internal memory. Before transferring audio files, be sure to set the unit’s USB mode to “MSC” ( page 136). My Library pane (computer) ...

  • Page 138: Using Windows Media Player 10

    Music… Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer Using Windows Media Player 10 Transfer audio files from Windows Media Player 10 to the unit. Before transferring audio files, be sure to set the unit’s USB mode to “MTP” ( 135) and connect the unit to the computer ( ...

  • Page 139: About The Folder Structure

    Music… Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer About the folder structure The folder structures of the unit’s internal memory and “Memory Stick Duo” are shown below. Folder structure of the internal memory Audio files are stored in different folders, based on the software program or feature used to transfer the files to the internal memory, as shown in the table below.

  • Page 140

    Music… Transferring Audio Files from Your Computer Folder structure of a “Memory Stick Duo” Only the following “Memory Stick Duo” folders can be used with this unit. The “MUSIC” folder contains audio files (and folders containing audio files) that were transferred from a computer by using either Windows Media Player 10 or Windows Explorer (drag and drop).

  • Page 141: Playing Music - Basic Operations

    Music Playing Music – Basic Operations Connect the supplied headset to the unit as illustrated below. To  (headset) jack Basic playback operations Play Stop playback Adjust the volume Find the beginning of the current track Find the beginning of previous tracks Find the beginning of the next track...

  • Page 142: About The Now Playing Screen

    Music… Basic Operations About the Now Playing screen The Now Playing screen displays information about the currently playing track. To view the Now Playing screen, select “Music” from the Home menu, and then select “Now Playing” from the Music menu. Cover art Play mode To enlarge the cover art...

  • Page 143: Playing Selected Tracks

    Music… Basic Operations Playing selected tracks You can select the track from which playback begins.  On the Home menu, press / to select “Music,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select one of the following items from the Music menu, and then press the center button.

  • Page 144

    Music… Basic Operations Scope of tracks to be played The set of tracks that will play depends on the item that is selected when you press the jog lever () to start playback. When you select “All Tracks” A track in “All Tracks”...

  • Page 145

    Music… Basic Operations Example of the Music menu for “Memory Stick Duo” Note • Tracks stored in the internal memory and tracks stored in “Memory Stick Duo” are separate and are not included in the same playback scope. Playlist 1 Track 1 ...

  • Page 146: Changing The Play Mode

    Music… Basic Operations Changing the play mode The unit offers the following play modes. Play mode Repeat 1 Repeat SHUF Repeat To change the play mode from the Tools menu  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 147

    Music… Basic Operations To change the play mode from the Now Playing screen  Press OPTION on the Now Playing screen. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “Play Mode,” and then press the center button. The play mode options appear. ...

  • Page 148: Creating My Playlist

    Music Creating My Playlist My playlist is a custom playlist of tracks that you can create right on the unit. (Other playlists are imported from other sources, such as from SonicStage on your computer.)  On the Home menu, press / to select “Music,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 149: Playing The Tracks In My Playlist

    Music… Creating My Playlist Playing the tracks in My Playlist  On the My Playlist screen, press / to select a track, and then press the center button. Playback starts from the selected track and continues through all tracks on the list.

  • Page 150: Context Menus On Music Screens

    Music Context Menus on Music Screens Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the tables below. Item Add to My Playlist...

  • Page 151: Photo

    Photo Transferring Photo Files from Your Computer Note • Before transferring photo files or using the unit for the first time, fully charge the battery (  page 18). Available image formats • JPEG format • PNG format • BMP format Connecting the unit to a computer Before transferring photo files from a computer, connect the unit to the computer with the supplied USB cable.

  • Page 152: Using Mylo Image Transfer

    Photo… Transferring Photo Files from Your Computer Using mylo Image Transfer The mylo Image Transfer program enables you to transfer images from your computer to the internal memory of the unit. Before transferring photo files, be sure to set the unit’s USB mode to “MSC” ( to the computer ( ...

  • Page 153: Using Windows Explorer (drag And Drop)

    Photo… Transferring Photo Files from Your Computer Using Windows Explorer (Drag and drop) Transfer photo files by dragging and dropping them to the unit in Windows Explorer. Before starting a transfer, make sure the unit’s USB mode is set to “MSC”...

  • Page 154: About The Folder Structure

    Photo… Transferring Photo Files from Your Computer About the folder structure The folder structures of the unit’s internal memory and “Memory Stick Duo” are shown below. Folder structure of the internal memory The “PICTURE” folder contains photo files (and folders containing photo files) that were transferred from a computer by using either mylo Image Transfer program or Windows Explorer (drag and drop).

  • Page 155

    Photo… Transferring Photo Files from Your Computer Folder structure of a “Memory Stick Duo” Only the following “Memory Stick Duo” folders can be used with this unit. The “PICTURE” folder contains photo files (and folders containing photo files) that were transferred from a computer by dragging and dropping in Windows Explorer.

  • Page 156: Displaying Photo Files

    Photo Displaying Photo Files  On the Home menu, press / to select “Photo,” and then press the center button. The photo file and folder list appears.  Press / to select a folder, a photo file, or “M.S.Duo,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 157: Playing A Slideshow

    Photo… Displaying Photo Files Playing a slideshow  From the photo file and folder list, press OPTION. The Context menu appears.  Press / to select “Slideshow,” and then press the center button. A slideshow of photos is displayed. To end the slide show Press the center button or BACK.

  • Page 158: Adding A Photo To Wallpaper

    Photo… Displaying Photo Files Adding a photo to Wallpaper You can add a photo to the Wallpaper list.  From the photo file and folder list, select the photo you want to add, and then press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 159: Context Menus On Photo Screens

    Photo Context Menus on Photo Screens Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the table below. Item Slideshow page 157)

  • Page 160: Transferring Video Files From Your Computer

    Video Transferring Video Files from Your Computer Note • Before transferring video files or using the unit for the first time, fully charge the battery (  page 18). Available video formats MPEG4 format video files that can be transferred using the Image Converter •...

  • Page 161: Using Image Converter 2

    Video… Transferring Video Files from Your Computer Using Image Converter 2 The Image Converter 2 program (not supplied) enables you to convert video files to the proper format for the unit and then transfer them to the internal memory of the unit—all in one step. Before transferring video files, be sure to set the unit’s USB mode to “MSC”...

  • Page 162: Viewing Video Files

    Video Viewing Video Files Connect the supplied headset to the unit as illustrated below. To  (headset) jack  On the Home menu, press / to select “Video,” and then press the center button. The video file list appears. One touch answer remote controller (supplied) Headphones (supplied) Continued ...

  • Page 163

    Video… Viewing Video Files  Press / to select a video file or “M.S.Duo,” and then press the center button. When a video file is selected, playback of the selected video starts. To resume playback Video files that have been stopped in the middle are displayed with video file list.

  • Page 164: Basic Playback Operations

    Video… Viewing Video Files Basic playback operations There are two playback modes for video. To change the mode, select “Operation Mode” in the Context menu or Video Settings (  page 179) while a video is playing. • Mode A (default setting): Suitable for long videos, such as TV programs and movies •...

  • Page 165: Context Menus On Video Screens

    Video Context Menus on Video Screens Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the table below. Item Delete Delete Multiple...

  • Page 166: Text

    Text Transferring Text Files from Your Computer Note • Before transferring text files or using the unit for the first time, fully charge the battery (  page 18). Connecting the unit to a computer Before transferring text files from a computer, connect the unit to the computer with the supplied USB cable.

  • Page 167: Using Windows Explorer (drag And Drop)

    Text… Transferring Text Files from Your Computer Using Windows Explorer (Drag and drop) Transfer text files by dragging and dropping them to the unit in Windows Explorer. Before starting a transfer, make sure the unit’s USB mode is set to “MSC”...

  • Page 168: Creating A New Text File

    Text Creating a New Text File  On the Home menu, press / to select “Text,” and then press the center button. The Text file list appears.  Press / to select “New,” and then press the center button. A blank text editing screen appears. ...

  • Page 169: Opening A Text File

    Text Opening a Text File  On the Home menu, press / to select “Text,” and then press the center button. The Text file list appears.  Press / to select a text file or “M.S.Duo,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 170: Context Menus On Text Screens

    Text Context Menus on Text Screens Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the table below. Item Rename Delete...

  • Page 171: Tools

    Tools Using the Settings Menu  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “Settings,” and then press the center button. The Settings menu appears. For details about each settings item, see  pages 172 to 179.

  • Page 172: General Settings

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu  Press / to select an item, and then press the center button. The options or settings are displayed for the selected item. Example: “Backlight Brightness” General Settings Item Date & Time Options • Set Time: Sets date and clock. •...

  • Page 173

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu Item Profile Wallpaper USB Mode (  page 135) Backlight Brightness Auto Backlight Auto Power Off Key Sound Options Note The following information is shared with other users when you use the Ad Hoc Application (  page 117). Information entered in this item is viewed by other users when communicating using the Ad Hoc Application.

  • Page 174: Network Settings

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu Item AVLS Text Input Assist (  below) Reset Settings Format Storage To use Text Input Assist Enter characters using the keyboard. Predictions of the word you are entering appear at the bottom of the display. Press /...

  • Page 175: Communication Settings

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu Communication Settings Item Status Indicator Ad Hoc Application To release a user from the Ad Hoc Application Blocked Users list On the Blocked Users list, press / to select the user you want to unblock. Press the center button to select the user, checking or unchecking the box next to the name.

  • Page 176: Web Settings

    View Mode Options The address of the page set as the Home page. The default setting is “http://www.sony.com/mylo”. Sets the character encoding from among “Auto” (default setting), “Unicode,” “Shift-JIS,” “EUC-JP,” or “ISO8859-1.” If set to “ON” (default setting), JavaScript code in web pages is executed by the WEB browser.

  • Page 177: Music Settings

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu Music Settings Item Play Mode Equalizer Reset WMA Rights To create a custom sound quality setting From the Equalizer options screen under Music Settings, press / to select “Custom1” or “Custom2,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 178: Photo Settings

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu Photo Settings Item Slideshow Interval Slideshow Shuffle Options Sets the time delay between successive photos in a slide show from among “Fast,” “Normal” (default setting), or “Slow.” If set to “ON,” photos in slide shows are displayed in random order.

  • Page 179: Video Settings

    Tools… Using the Settings Menu Video Settings Item Skip Interval Screen Mode Audio Options Operation Mode (  page 164) Text Settings Item Text Size Options Sets the time interval that the video skipped forward or backward when the instant advance or replay keys are pressed during playback.

  • Page 180: Using The Connection Manager

    Tools Using the Connection Manager The Connection Manager lists the following types of wireless network: • Wireless networks already registered to the Connection Manager • Wireless networks not registered, but currently available (Such wireless networks are displayed only when the unit is connected to wireless network and are listed as “Unknown.”) For each wireless network, the following information is displayed.

  • Page 181: Displaying The Connection Manager

    Tools… Using the Connection Manager Displaying the Connection Manager  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “Connection Manager,” and then press the center button. The unit turns on the wireless LAN in infrastructure mode. After scanning for nearby wireless networks, a list of available wireless networks appears.

  • Page 182: Registering A Wireless Network

    Tools… Using the Connection Manager Registering a wireless network  From the Connection Manager, press / to select the unregistered wireless network you want to register. Follow the on-screen instructions to register the selected wireless network. If you select a wireless network that requires a WEP/WPA-PSK key, the Wireless Network Settings screen appears ( ...

  • Page 183

    Tools… Using the Connection Manager About the Wireless Network settings screen Some of these settings will be filled in automatically when you register a new wireless network. After configuring the following settings, you can turn on the wireless LAN (if you are registering a new wireless network) or return to the Connection Manager screen (if you are editing the settings for a registered wireless network by selecting the wireless network and selecting “Edit”...

  • Page 184: Using The File Manager

    Tools Using the File Manager You can manage the folders and files stored in the unit’s internal memory and on an inserted “Memory Stick Duo.”  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button. ...

  • Page 185: Moving A Folder Or A File

    Tools… Using the File Manager  Press /// to select the directory into which you want to copy the folder or file.  Press / to select “Copy here,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “OK,” and then press the center button. Moving a folder or a file ...

  • Page 186: Using Multi Select Mode

    Tools… Using the File Manager Using Multi Select mode Multi select mode allows you to select multiple files and folders, and then copy, move, or delete them together.  On the File Manager screen, press OPTION. The Context menu appears. ...

  • Page 187: Using The Hotspot Database

    Tools Using the Hotspot Database You can use the Hotspot Database to find nearby wireless hotspots.  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “Hotspot Database,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 188: Viewing The Drop Box

    Tools Viewing the Drop Box The Drop Box screen lists files received via the File Transfer feature.  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “Drop Box,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 189: Updating The Unit's Software

    Tools can also be used to update the unit. For more detailed information about mylo Tools, refer to the Help supplied with mylo Tools.  Download an update file from http://www.sony.com/mylo to your computer.  Connect the unit to the computer using the USB cable ( ...

  • Page 190: Displaying The System Information

    Tools Displaying the System Information The System Information displays the MAC address and the firmware version of the unit.  On the Home menu, press / to select “Tools,” and then press the center button.  Press / to select “System Information,” and then press the center button.

  • Page 191: Context Menus On Tools Screens

    Tools Context Menus on Tools Screens Context menus appear when you press the OPTION button, enabling you to perform various operations. What options appear on a Context menu depends upon what screen you are currently viewing, as described in the tables on  pages 191 to 192.

  • Page 192

    Tools …Context Menus on Tools Item Scan Edit Delete Delete Multiple Move Up (  page 180) Move Down (  page 180) Copy to … (  page 184) Move to … (  page 185) Multi Select Mode/ Exit Multi Select Mode ( ...

  • Page 193: Additional Information Troubleshooting

    If the unit does not start properly, and an error message is displayed, write down the 4 digit error code shown on the display to report to your Sony dealer. Check for information about the issue in the help of the software used to transfer audio files.

  • Page 194

     The battery may have reached the end of its useful life. Replace it with a new one. To get a new battery, call 1-800-488-SONY (7669).  Set “Auto Backlight Off” to “YES,” and set “Auto Power Off” to “YES.”...

  • Page 195

    Additional Information… Wireless network/Connection Symptom The unit will not connect to wireless network. Troubleshooting Cause or corrective action  If the unit does not connect to wireless network, or does not appear on the status bar of the display, slide and hold down the WIRELESS LAN switch to disconnect the unit from the wireless network, and then connect to wireless network again.

  • Page 196

    Additional Information… What’s Up Symptom ID cannot be added. Skype Symptom Your Contacts list does not display correctly. The Signing In screen does not disappear. The unit does not sign in to Skype automatically. The Sign In screen appears, even though you have selected the “Remember Password”...

  • Page 197

    Additional Information… Symptom The unit does not sign in to Google Talk automatically. The Sign In screen appears, even though you have selected the “Remember Password” and “Auto Sign In” check boxes. Yahoo! Messenger Symptom The Signing In screen does not disappear. The unit does not sign in to Yahoo! Messenger...

  • Page 198

    Additional Information… Ad Hoc Application Symptom Online users near you are not displayed in your Ad Hoc Contact List. A Personal Communicator disappears from your Ad Hoc Contact List. Music Streaming is interrupted while you are listening to music from a friend’s Personal Communicator.

  • Page 199

    Additional Information… Symptom A particular Web page is not displayed correctly. Music Symptom Music cannot be played. The unit does not recognize music data. The unit produces no sound or produces only noise. Audio files transferred with SonicStage do not display cover art.

  • Page 200

    Additional Information… Photo Symptom It takes some time to display an image file. A particular image cannot be displayed The unit does not recognize an image file as an image file. A folder on a “Memory Stick Duo” cannot be deleted. Video Symptom It takes some time to...

  • Page 201

    Additional Information… Text Symptom Text file cannot be opened. Connection with the computer Symptom The connecting screen is not displayed when the unit is connected to a computer with the USB cable. The unit is not recognized by the computer when connected to the computer.

  • Page 202

    Additional Information… Symptom The supplied software does not start up. System suspend, sleep, or hibernation does not work on your computer. Others Symptom Home button does not work. The unit does not function properly The unit or AC adaptor is warm. The unit is turned on, but does not operate When the buttons are...

  • Page 203

    Troubleshooting If you have any questions about this product: Visit: http://www.sony.com/mylo Contact: Sony Customer Information Services Center at 1-(866)-420-7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Services Center 12451 Gateway Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33913 For an accessory or part not available from your authorized dealer, call:...

  • Page 204: Precautions

    Such anomalies are caused by the nature of the LCD and do not indicate a malfunction. Please note that Sony does not guarantee a replacement or refund for such cases. Do not expose the LCD to direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time. It may result in a malfunction.

  • Page 205: On The Headphones

    • The recorded music is limited to private use only. Use of the music beyond this limit requires permission of the copyright holders. • Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or damaged data due to problems of the unit or computer.

  • Page 206: On Software

    • 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 software supplied with this unit.

  • Page 207: On Servicing

    – The ID3 TAG information for the track is written in the language or the character that is not supported by the unit. About the customer support website If you have any questions about or issue with this product, visit the following website. Visit: http://www.sony.com/mylo Precautions...

  • Page 208: On The "memory Stick

    Additional Information On the “Memory Stick” A “Memory Stick” is a compact, portable IC recording medium. The types of “Memory Stick” that can be used with this unit are listed in the table below. However, proper operation cannot be guaranteed for all “Memory Stick” functions.

  • Page 209

    Additional Information… Notes on using a “Memory Stick Duo” (not supplied) • Do not remove the “Memory Stick Duo” while reading or writing data. • Data may be corrupted in the following cases: – When the “Memory Stick Duo” is removed or this unit is turned off during a read or write operation –...

  • Page 210: On Copyrights And Licenses

    Additional Information On Copyrights and Licenses • “mylo” and • SonicStage and SonicStage logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. • OpenMG, “MagicGate”, “MagicGate Memory Stick”, “Memory Stick”, “Memory Stick PRO” ,“Memory Stick Duo” ,“Memory Stick PRO Duo” , ATRAC3plus, ATRAC Advanced Lossless and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

  • Page 211

    Additional Information… On Copyrights and Licenses Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY...

  • Page 212

    Additional Information… Number-to-string and string-to-number conversions are covered by the following notice: The author of this software is David M. Gay. Copyright (c) 1991, 2000, 2001 by Lucent Technologies. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any purpose without fee is hereby granted, provided that this entire notice is included in all copies of any software which is or includes a copy or modification of this software and in all copies of the supporting documentation for such software.

  • Page 213

    Additional Information… • The G.729 speech compression algorithm contained in this equipment uses patented technologies belonging to France Telecom, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Nippon Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, Université de Sherbrooke and NEC for which Licensee has obtained a license. • Portions of the Yahoo! Messenger application software in this product uses technology provided by Zipit LLC., a part of Aeronix Inc., and is copyrighted work of, and licensed from Aeronix Inc.

  • Page 214

    Additional Information… THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS’’ AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF...

  • Page 215

    Additional Information… • QGbkCodec Copyright 2000 TurboLinux, Inc. Written by Justin Yu and Sean Chen. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

  • Page 216

    Additional Information… • libjpeg this software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group • libpng libpng version 1.0.9 - January 31, 2001 Copyright (c) 1998-2001 Glenn Randers-Pehrson Copyright (c) 1996, 1997 Andreas Dilger Copyright (c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc. •...

  • Page 217

    Additional Information… THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT ‘’AS IS’’ AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF...

  • Page 218

    Additional Information… THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG ‘’AS IS’’ AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE...

  • Page 219

    Additional Information… On Copyrights and Licenses Definitions. “License” shall mean the terms and conditions for use, reproduction, and distribution as defined by Sections 1 through 9 of this document. “Licensor” shall mean the copyright owner or entity authorized by the copyright owner that is granting the License.

  • Page 220

    Additional Information… Grant of Copyright License. Subject to the terms and conditions of this License, each Contributor hereby grants to You a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, no- charge, royalty-free, irrevocable copyright license to reproduce, prepare Derivative Works of, publicly display, publicly perform, sublicense, and distribute the Work and such Derivative Works in Source or Object form.

  • Page 221

    Additional Information… Submission of Contributions. Unless You explicitly state otherwise, any Contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the Work by You to the Licensor shall be under the terms and conditions of this License, without any additional terms or conditions. Notwithstanding the above, nothing herein shall supersede or modify the terms of any separate license agreement you may have executed with Licensor regarding such Contributions.

  • Page 222

    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. Program ©2006 Sony Corporation Documentation ©2006 Sony Corporation On Copyrights and Licenses...

  • Page 223: Skype End User License Agreement

    Additional Information Skype End User License Agreement IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Review the latest version of Skype End User License Agreement at www.skype.com/eula. Translations are available www.skype.com. Before reading the articles below, please note the following preliminary terms, which use some of the definitions specified in Article 1 below: No Emergency Calls: by entering into this Agreement You acknowledge and agree that the Skype Software does not and does not intend to support or carry emergency calls.

  • Page 224

    Additional Information… Article 1 Definitions In this Agreement the following capitalized definitions are being used, singular as well as plural. Affiliate: any corporation, company or other entity that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with, Skype. For the purpose of this definition, the word “control”...

  • Page 225

    Additional Information… 1.20 You: you, the end user of the Skype Software, also used in the form “Your” where applicable. Article 2 License and Restrictions License. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, Skype hereby grants You a limited, personal, non-commercial, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, non- assignable, free of charge license to download, install and use the Skype Software on Your computer, phone or PDA for the sole purpose of personally using the internet communication applications provided by Skype and any other applications...

  • Page 226

    Additional Information… Article 3 Definitions to License Restrictions and Additional Terms Distribution of Skype Software. You are not allowed to distribute the Skype Software under this Agreement. For the right to distribute You will have to agree to and meet with the Distribution Terms as published on the Skype Website. Distribution of Skype API.

  • Page 227

    Additional Information… Your Confidential Information and Your Privacy. Skype is committed to respecting Your privacy and the confidentiality of Your personal data. The “Privacy Policy” that is published on the Skype Website at www.skype.com/go/ privacy applies to the use of Your personal data, the traffic data as well as the content contained in Your communication(s).

  • Page 228

    Additional Information… Article 7 Communication and Your Use of the Skype Software Communication. Installing Skype Software enables You to communicate with other Skype Software users. No Warranties. Skype cannot guarantee that You will always be able to communicate with other Skype Software users, nor can Skype guarantee that You can communicate without disruptions, delays or communication-related flaws or that all Your communication shall always be delivered to other Skype Software users.

  • Page 229

    Additional Information… Termination by Skype. Without limiting other remedies, Skype may limit, suspend, or terminate this license and Your use of Skype Software, prohibit access to Skype Website and delete Your User Account and/or User ID, with immediate effect, if we think that You are in breach of this Agreement, creating problems, possible legal liabilities, acting inconsistently with the letter or spirit of our policies, which can be found at www.skype.com/company/legal/terms/etiquette.

  • Page 230

    Additional Information… U.S. Withholding Tax. United States-based end users and/or customers only: Skype and all affiliated non-U.S. Skype entities (including, but not limited to, Skype Software S.a.r.l., Skype Technologies, S.A., and Skype Communications S.a.r.l.) intend to fully comply with all applicable U.S. federal tax rules and regulations as provided by the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the “Code”) and the Treasury Regulations promulgated thereunder.

  • Page 231

    Additional Information… 10.3 Your own Risk. You acknowledge and agree that the entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the Skype Software remains with You, to the maximum extent permitted by law. 10.4 Jurisdiction’s Limitations. As some jurisdictions do not allow some of the exclusions or limitations as set forth above, some of these exclusions or limitations may not apply to You.

  • Page 232

    Additional Information… 12.3 Partial Invalidity. Should any term or provision hereof be deemed invalid, void or unenforceable either in its entirety or in a particular application, the remainder of this Agreement shall nonetheless remain in full force and effect. 12.4 No waiver. The failure of Skype at any time or times to require performance of any provisions hereof shall in no manner affect its right at a later time to enforce the same unless the same is explicitly waived in writing and signed by Skype.

  • Page 233: Skype Terms Of Service

    Additional Information… Skype End User License Skype Terms of Service IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Review the latest version of Skype Terms of Service at www.skype.com/tos. Translations are available at www.skype.com. Before reading the articles below, please note the following preliminary terms, which use some of the definitions specified in Article 1 below: No Emergency Calls: by entering into this Agreement You acknowledge and agree that the SkypeOut service does not and does not intend to support or carry emergency calls.

  • Page 234

    Additional Information… Affiliate: any corporation, company or other entity that directly or indirectly 1.2. controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with, Skype. For the purpose of this definition, the word “control” shall mean the direct or indirect ownership of more than fifty percent (50%) of the outstanding voting stock of the corporation, company, or other entity.

  • Page 235

    Additional Information… 1.21. Terms of Service: means these general terms and conditions, irrespective of the form in which these general terms and conditions are presented to You, which cover and form part of the Agreement; 1.22. User ID: refers to an identification code You selected, which in combination with the Password, gives access to Your Account;...

  • Page 236

    Additional Information… No traditional telephone service. You acknowledge and understand that the VoIP service is not a traditional telephone service or a replacement for Your primary telephone service. Important distinctions (some, but not necessarily all, of which are described in this Terms of Service) exist between the traditional telephone service and the VoIP service provided by Skype.

  • Page 237

    Additional Information… Notification and Indemnification. You agree to immediately notify Skype in writing of any unauthorised and/or fraudulent use of Your User ID, Password, Account and/or Skype Group Account. You agree to indemnify Skype against any and all third party claims and all related liabilities arising out of, or relating to, the use of Your User ID, Password, Account and/or Skype Group Account.

  • Page 238

    Additional Information… All refunds shall be paid either through the original payment method used, or any other reasonable payment method to be determined by Skype, and addressed to such person that deposited the credit initially or Your Skype Credit shall be adjusted accordingly.

  • Page 239

    Additional Information… 5.2.1.1.1 Article 8 Privacy Policy. Skype is committed to respecting Your privacy and the confidentiality of Your personal and traffic data. The Privacy Policy, published on Skype’s website at www.skype.com/go/privacy, applies to the use of personal data and the traffic data, as well as the confidential information transmitted via the VoIP services.

  • Page 240

    Additional Information… 10.4 No incidental consequential damages. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Skype shall not be liable for any special, incidental or consequential damages whatsoever (including but not limited to, damages for loss of profits or confidential or other information, for business interruption, for loss of privacy arising out of or in any way related to the use of or inability to use the VoIP service), even if Skype has been advised of the possibility of such damages and even if the remedy fails of its essential purpose.

  • Page 241

    Additional Information… 11.2 Consequences of force majeure. In the event Skype is affected by a force majeure event, it shall promptly notify You of the estimated extent and duration of its inability to perform or delay in performing its obligations, on a best efforts basis. Skype will not accept any liability for the consequences arising out of a force majeure event.

  • Page 242

    Additional Information… 13.3 Entire Agreement. These Terms of Service together with the End User License Agreement constitute the entire agreement between You and Skype with respect to the subject matter hereof and will supersede and replace all prior understandings and agreements, in whatever form, regarding the subject matter. 13.4 Partial Invalidity.

  • Page 243

    Additional Information… 5.2.1.1.8 Article 15 15.1 Charges. Charges for SkypeOut services shall be calculated by multiplying the duration of the call by the applicable tariff. The duration of a call shall be based on one-minute increments. Fractions of minutes will be rounded up to the next minute for every call 5 seconds or longer.

  • Page 244

    Additional Information… 5.2.1.1.10 Article 17 17.1 Instructions and Number plan. You guarantee that You will comply with any reasonable instructions given by Skype or the SkypeIn number provider with regard to the use of the SkypeIn numbers and that You will comply with the requirements of the relevant national numbering plan.

  • Page 245

    Additional Information… 5.2.1.1.14 Article 21 21.1 Creation of the Skype Group Account. To make use of the Skype Group Service, a Skype Group Administrator shall register for a Skype Group Account with Skype, appoint Skype Group members and more Skype Group Administrators (optional). All Skype Group Administrators shall have the same rights to manage the Skype Group Account, and they shall be jointly and severally responsible for the administration and control of the Skype Group Account and Skype Group members...

  • Page 246

    Additional Information… 5.2.1.1.16 Article 23 23.1 Termination. In the event that a member wishes to terminate its membership in a Skype Group, it has to send the Skype Group Administrator a request thereto. The Skype Group Administrator will ensure that members are removed from the Skype Group within 14 days after receiving the request of termination.

  • Page 247: Yahoo! Terms Of Service

    Additional Information Yahoo! Terms of Service Welcome to Yahoo!. The Yahoo! services on this device are provided by Yahoo! By clicking “Accept” you agree that your use of the Yahoo! services on this device will be governed by the Yahoo! Terms of Service viewable at http://us.wap.yahoo.com/ymx/ tos and the Yahoo! Privacy Policy viewable at http://privacy.yahoo.com/privacy/us/.

  • Page 248: Specifications

    Additional Information Specifications Unit LCD screen: 2.4 inches, TFT drive, 320 × 240 pixels, 65536 colors Internal memory: 1 GB (a portion of which is used for data management functions.) Sample data are stored in the internal memory. You can delete them to make more space for your own data ( ...

  • Page 249

    Additional Information… Photo Supported formats: JPEG (DCF 2.0/Exif 2.21 compliant) Video Supported codec: MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profile Audio codec: MPEG-4 AAC-LC File Format: MP4 (Memory Stick Video Format compliant) Audio Supported codecs: ATRAC Supported bit rates: MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer3): 32 to 320 kbps (supports variable bite rate (VBR)) ATRAC: 48/64/96/128/132/160/192/256/320/352 kbps WMA: 32 to 320 kbps (supports variable bite rate (VBR))

  • Page 250: Index

    Additional Information Index Ad Hoc ...117 Auto Block ...175 Blocked Users ...119, 175 Contact ...31, 118, 126 End Connection...122, 124, 125 Icons Ad Hoc User status ...118 Music streaming ...121, 124 Registration request ...119 Status icon ...31 Music streaming...120, 126 My playlist ...126, 148 Profile...126, 173 Select shared music.122, 175, 176...

  • Page 251

    Additional Information… “Memory Stick Duo” ...14, 140, 145, MSC ...135 MTP ...135 Music...134 Equalizer ...177 My playlist ...148, 150 OMGAUDIO...139 Play Mode ...146, 147, 177 Reset WMA Rights ...177 SonicStage...135, 137, 139 Windows Media Player 10 ...135, 138, 139 Music Info...74, 95, 113 My color...121, 142, 173 My picture...75, 89, 107, 157, 173 Nickname ...173...

  • Page 252

    Additional Information… Text...166 Text size setting...179 Text input assist...174 USB connection ...20, 136, 151, 160, MSC ...135 MTP ...135 USB mode...135, 173 Video ...160 Audio Options...179 Image Converter 2...161 MPEG4 ...160 Operation Mode setting...179 Screen mode setting ...179 Skip interval setting ...179 Wallpaper ...158, 173 Web Settings ...176 Cookies ...176...

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