Contents Basics.....................3 Introduction..................3 Hardware overview................3 Understanding the display..............4 Interacting with the SmartBand Talk..........4 Charging your SmartBand Talk............4 Assembly...................5 Turning on and off................6 Setting up your SmartBand Talk............7 Preparing to use your SmartBand Talk..........7 Reconnecting your SmartBand Talk..........8 Resetting your SmartBand Talk............8 Settings for your SmartBand Talk..........9 Using the SmartBand Talk application..........9 SmartBand Talk alarm...............9...
Basics Introduction The SmartBand Talk is both a standalone device as well as a companion product that connects wirelessly via Bluetooth® with Android™ smartphones and tablets. Worn on your dominant wrist, it can monitor your body movements and interact with your Android™...
Charging your SmartBand Talk Before using your SmartBand Talk for the first time, you need to charge it for approximately 30 minutes. Sony chargers are recommended. If your SmartBand Talk is not used during charging, it takes 45 to 70 minutes to fully charge it depending on the type of charger used.
To charge your SmartBand Talk Plug one end of the USB cable into the charger or into the USB port of a computer. Plug the other end of the cable into the Micro USB port of your SmartBand Talk. If you are charging the device for the first time, make sure you charge it for at least 30 minutes.
To remove the wristband Insert a fingernail, or a similar object, into the gap near each attachment clip, then drag out and fully remove the clips. Remove the wristband straps from the core unit of the accessory. Turning on and off To turn on your SmartBand Talk •...
Setting up your SmartBand Talk Preparing to use your SmartBand Talk For your SmartBand Talk to work properly, you must install the latest version of the SmartBand Talk application on the Android™ device, and then pair and connect it with your Android™ device. You also need to install the Lifelog application, which adds extra features and functions that allow you to, for example, see more detailed information about your daily activities.
To set up your SmartBand Talk using Bluetooth® Make sure that your SmartBand Talk has been charged for at least 30 minutes. Android™ device: Make sure that you have installed or updated the SmartBand Talk application to the latest version. Turn on your SmartBand Talk.
Settings for your SmartBand Talk Using the SmartBand Talk application You can view and change settings for your SmartBand Talk by using the SmartBand Talk application on your Android™ device. Turn the smart wake up function on or off. Add, edit or delete smart wake up alarms. Turn the notifications function on or off.
Long press the function key. Smart wake up alarms You can set one or several smart wake up alarms in the SmartBand Talk SWR30 application. The smart wake up alarm wakes you up at the best time based on your sleep cycle.
Notifications All notifications that appear in the status bar on a connected Android™ device can be forwarded to your SmartBand Talk. You can use the SmartBand Talk application to select which notifications to forward. Your SmartBand Talk vibrates once when a notification comes in.
To hang up on an ongoing call using your SmartBand Talk • Short press the function key. To mute or unmute an ongoing call using your SmartBand Talk • During the call, long press the function key. Do not disturb You can turn off the notifications and events sounds by turning on the “do not disturb”...
To use the remote ring function From the main application screen of your Android™ device, find and tap SmartBand Talk > STATUS. Tap Locate SmartBand™. Your SmartBand Talk starts to ring loudly. To mute the ringer, press any key on your SmartBand Talk. Controlling applications with your SmartBand Talk You can add up to nine applications at a time for use with your SmartBand Talk.
Follow the instructions that appear on the screen and accept the terms and conditions. Create a new account or select to use an existing one. Sony PlayStation® Network accounts can also be used. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to create a Lifelog account.
View the time you have spent using communication applications from Google Play™ and some other applications such as the Phone and the Messaging applications from Sony View the amount of active calories that you have burned while exercising and the passive calories...
10 View your total time spent playing games using applications from Google Play™ and PlayStation® Store 11 View your total time spent browsing while using applications from Google Play™ and some other web browsers 12 View your total time spent reading books or comics using applications from Google Play™ and some other applications Activity overview Show data in a day, week, month or year view...
To create a life bookmark using your SmartBand Talk Make sure that your SmartBand Talk is turned on and the Life bookmark application is enabled in the SmartBand Talk application on your Android™ device. Using the function key, navigate to the Life bookmark screen. To log the place and time, and to record an audio note, firmly tap on the SmartBand Talk and speak into the SmartBand Talk.
Important information Using your SmartBand Talk in wet and dusty conditions Your SmartBand Talk is waterproof and dust tight in compliance with the Ingress Protection (IP) ratings IP65 and IP68, as explained in the table below. These specific IP ratings mean that your SmartBand Talk is dust resistant and is protected against low pressure water stream as well as against the effects of immersion for 30 minutes in fresh (non-saline) water up to 1.5 metres deep.
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(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Any change or modification not expressly approved by Sony may void the user's authority to operate the equipment.