Sharp Touch Display Launcher User guide

007SH User Guide
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Introduction
Introduction.........................................................................3
Getting Started
Package Contents............................................................... 6
Parts & Functions.............................................................. 6
About USIM Card................................................................ 7
SD Card................................................................................ 9
007SH User Guide Contents
Battery Installation..........................................................12
Charging Battery.............................................................. 14
Handset Power On/Off.................................................... 15
Display Positions.............................................................. 16
Using Handset Keys..........................................................17
Using Touch Panel............................................................ 18
Basic Operations
Handset Interface.............................................................20
Applications.......................................................................22
My Phone Number............................................................. 23
Mobile Manners................................................................. 24
Text Entry (Handset Keys).............................................. 25
Text Entry (Touch Panel).................................................26
Using Google Accounts.....................................................28
Android Market................................................................. 30
Security Codes.................................................................. 31
USIM PIN............................................................................32
Activating Sleep Mode..................................................... 33
Software Update.............................................................. 33
Handset Interface
Standby Basics.................................................................. 36
Home Screen Basics.......................................................... 37
Status Bar......................................................................... 39
Notifications Panel...........................................................40
Customizing Home Screen................................................ 41
Launcher Basics................................................................ 43
Using Sub Display............................................................. 44
Phone
Placing/Answering Calls................................................... 46
Optional Services..............................................................47
Using Address Book..........................................................52
Messaging & Browser
Mail Types......................................................................... 56
Sending S! Mail/SMS.........................................................56
Receiving & Replying S! Mail/SMS...................................58
Handling S! Mail/SMS....................................................... 59
Creating/Sending Gmail....................................................60
Opening Received Gmail................................................... 61
Email Settings...................................................................62
Opening Received Email....................................................63
Browsing the Internet......................................................64
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Creating/Sending Email.................................................... 62
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Camera
Photo Camera & Video Camera........................................68
Capturing 3D Images........................................................ 70
Music & Images
Music.................................................................................. 72
Still Images & Video.........................................................72
Connectivity
Connecting to Wi-Fi......................................................... 74
Using Bluetooth ® ..............................................................77
Global Services
Global Roaming................................................................. 82
Calling from Outside Japan............................................. 83
Settings
Wireless & Networks........................................................86
Sound Settings..................................................................88
Applications.......................................................................90
Accounts & Sync...............................................................92
Privacy............................................................................... 92
Language & Keyboard.......................................................93
Date & Time......................................................................94
About Phone......................................................................95
Appendix
Specifications....................................................................98
Customer Service.............................................................. 99
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions......................................................... 102
General Use..................................................................... 109
Handset & Hardware Care............................................. 111
General Notes................................................................. 113
FCC Notice...................................................................... 114
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).....................................115
Water & Dust Resistance.............................................. 115
Introduction
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Introduction
Guide Usage Notes
・Most operation descriptions are based on default settings.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing SoftBank 007SH.
・Unless noted otherwise, descriptions are for Home Screen.
・Some operation descriptions may be omitted.
・In this guide and on handset, "abroad" means "outside Japan"
with regard to handset/service usage.
・In this guide, microSD/microSDHC Card is referred to as "SD
Card."
Screenshots & Key Labels
Actual handset windows, menus, etc. may differ in appearance.
Key labels are provided for reference only.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Package Contents............................................................... 6
Parts & Functions.............................................................. 6
About USIM Card................................................................ 7
SD Card................................................................................ 9
Battery Installation..........................................................12
Charging Battery.............................................................. 14
Handset Power On/Off.................................................... 15
Display Positions.............................................................. 16
Using Handset Keys..........................................................17
Using Touch Panel............................................................ 18
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Package Contents
Package Contents
Parts & Functions
Handset Parts
・Handset (SoftBank 007SH)
・Battery (SHBDU1)
・Desktop Holder (SHEDU1)
・Micro USB Cable (SHDDL1)
・Micro USB Charging Adapter (SHCDL1)
・microSD Card (complimentary sample)
・クイックスタート (Japanese)
・お願いとご注意 (Japanese) with English "Quick Tips"
・Warranty (Japanese)
Earpiece
Display
Microphone
Light Sensor
Sub Display
Indicator Lamp
TV Antenna (retractable)
Speaker
Mobile Light
FeliCa Logo
Battery Cover
HDMI Port
Strap Eyelet
Camera
Infrared Port
Charging Terminals
Battery Cover Notch
External Connector Port
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About USIM Card
Handset Keys
USIM Card is an IC card containing customer and
authentication information, including handset number.
Power off first.
Remove Battery Cover
Long Press for Power on or Phone options [
Go back/escape [
Getting Started
Inserting USIM Card
]
]
Open Home Screen [
]
Open Options menu [
・Use Battery Cover notch to open Cover. Push Cover up as
shown, then lift to remove it.
]
Start Browser* or execute functions at bottom right of
Display [
]
Select items, move cursor, etc. [
Remove battery
]
Open Launcher* or execute selected item [
]
Open Mail folder list* or execute functions at bottom
left of Display [
]
Delete characters [
]
・Use tab (○) to lift battery.
Show onscreen dialpad/place call [
Enter numbers or characters [
]
-
,
,
]
Pull out Tray
Open Search window [
]
Activate Camera. Long Press to activate/cancel Manner
mode. [
]
Activate/cancel Sleep mode. Long Press for Phone
options. [
]
Adjust volume [
]
Capture images. Long Press for Camera applications.
[
]
・Use tab to pull Tray straight out.
・*Available in Standby; for key operations in Standby, see
"Major Key Assignments."
Place USIM Card in Tray
・This guide uses the illustrations above to represent handset
keys.
・Slide in Tray with USIM Card IC chip up.
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Removing USIM Card
Secure Tray
Power off first.
Remove Battery Cover
・Use Battery Cover notch to open Cover. Push Cover up as
Insert battery
shown, then lift to remove it.
Remove battery
・With recycling symbol up, align battery terminals with
contacts.
・Use tab (○) to lift battery.
Close Battery Cover
Pull out Tray
・Fit Cover top into slots, then press down firmly along edges
as shown.
・Close Battery Cover firmly. Debris trapped between Cover
and base may expose handset to liquid/dust.
・Use tab to pull Tray straight out.
Remove USIM Card
・Lift and slide out USIM Card as shown.
Secure Tray
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SD Card
Insert battery
Unmounting SD Card
(Complimentary SD Card preinstalled.)
・With recycling symbol up, align battery terminals with
contacts.
In Standby,
Settings
Getting Started
Always perform Unmount microSD before removing SD Card.
Close Battery Cover
・Fit Cover top into slots, then press down firmly along edges
as shown.
・Close Battery Cover firmly. Debris trapped between Cover
and base may expose handset to liquid/dust.
microSD & phone storage
Unmount microSD
OK
SD Card is unmounted.
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Removing SD Card
Before removing SD Card, always perform Unmount microSD,
Inserting SD Card
Power off first.
then power off.
Remove Battery Cover
Remove Battery Cover
・Use Battery Cover notch to open Cover. Push Cover up as
・Use Battery Cover notch to open Cover. Push Cover up as
shown, then lift to remove it.
shown, then lift to remove it.
Remove battery
Remove battery
・Use tab (○) to lift battery.
・Use tab (○) to lift battery.
Insert SD Card
Remove SD Card
・With terminals down, insert SD Card until it stops.
・Gently push in card and release it; card pops out. Pull card
straight out gently.
・SD Card Slot is located above USIM Card Slot. Do not insert
SD Card into USIM Card Slot.
Insert battery
Insert battery
・With recycling symbol up, align battery terminals with
・With recycling symbol up, align battery terminals with
contacts.
contacts.
Close Battery Cover
Close Battery Cover
・Fit Cover top into slots, then press down firmly along edges
・Fit Cover top into slots, then press down firmly along edges
as shown.
・Close Battery Cover firmly. Debris trapped between Cover
and base may expose handset to liquid/dust.
as shown.
・Close Battery Cover firmly. Debris trapped between Cover
and base may expose handset to liquid/dust.
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Complimentary Sample microSD Card
Formatting SD Card
Enjoy complimentary sample files (designed exclusively for
When using a new SD Card for the first time, format it on
SoftBank 007SH).
handset before trying to save files, etc.
・Complimentary sample microSD Card is usable even after
not available via the Internet or any other channels.
Warranty does not cover complimentary sample microSD
・Formatting deletes all SD Card files, even those created on
other devices.
・Charge battery or install a charged battery beforehand.
Card/sample files.
Important SD Card Usage Notes
In Standby,
Settings
Getting Started
file deletion. Deleted sample files cannot be restored;
Inserting & Removing
Do not force SD Card into or out of handset.
General Use
Keep SD Card out of infant's reach; may cause suffocation
if swallowed.
Data Loss/Alteration
SD Card files may be lost/altered accidentally. Keep a copy
microSD & phone storage
of contacts, etc. in a separate place. SoftBank Mobile is
not liable for any damages resulting from accidental loss/
alteration of information.
・Never power off or remove battery while files are being
accessed.
Unmount microSD
OK
Unmount microSD changes to Mount microSD .
Erase microSD
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Battery Installation
Erase microSD
Inserting Battery
Remove Battery Cover
・Use Battery Cover notch to open Cover. Push Cover up as
Enter Handset Code
OK
shown, then lift to remove it.
Insert battery
・With recycling symbol up, align battery terminals with
contacts.
Erase everything
Close Battery Cover
Formatting starts.
・Fit Cover top into slots, then press down firmly along edges
as shown.
・Close Battery Cover firmly. Debris trapped between Cover
and base may expose handset to liquid/dust.
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Removing Battery
Power off first.
Battery Usage Notes
General
Charge battery at least once every six months; uncharged
battery may die or affect files/settings.
Battery Life
Replace battery if operating time shortens noticeably.
・Depending on usage, bulges may appear near end of
battery life; this does not affect safety.
・Use Battery Cover notch to open Cover. Push Cover up as
shown, then lift to remove it.
Getting Started
Remove Battery Cover
Maintenance
Clean device charging terminals with dry cotton swabs.
Remove battery
Battery Cover
To maintain water/dust resistance, close Battery Cover
properly. Do not apply excessive force to Battery Cover;
damage may result.
・If Battery Cover is damaged, replace it with a new one.
・Use tab (○) to lift battery.
Use of damaged Cover may cause electric shock, battery
corrosion, etc. due to water seepage. (Battery is not
water or dustproofed.)
Close Battery Cover
・Fit Cover top into slots, then press down firmly along edges
as shown.
・Close Battery Cover firmly. Debris trapped between Cover
and base may expose handset to liquid/dust.
Lithium-ion Battery
This product requires a lithium-ion battery. Lithium-ion
batteries are recyclable. To recycle a used lithium-ion
battery, take it to any shop displaying the symbol below.
・To avoid fire or electric shock, do not short-circuit or
disassemble battery.
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Charging Battery
Battery must be inserted in handset to charge it. (Use
Desktop Holder to prevent ingress of water and dust via
External Connector Port.)
AC Charger
Use Micro USB Charging Adapter with AC Charger ZTDAA1
(sold separately).
・Do not pull, bend, or twist the cord.
Desktop Holder
Use Desktop Holder with AC Charger ZTDAA1 (sold
separately).
・AC Charger and Desktop Holder are not water or
dustproofed. Do not charge battery while handset is wet.
・AC Charger and handset may warm while charging.
Insert Charger Connector into Micro USB Charging Adapter
・With screws down, insert connector until it clicks.
Insert Charger Connector into Desktop Holder
Open Port Cover and connect Micro USB Charging Adapter to
External Connector Port
・Insert connector in the correct orientation until it clicks.
Extend blades and plug AC Charger into AC outlet
Extend blades and plug AC Charger into AC outlet
Indicator Lamp illuminates while charging.
Push handset as shown until it clicks into place
・Indicator Lamp goes out when battery is full. Unplug AC
Charger and retract blades. Remove Micro USB Charging
Adapter and close Port Cover.
Indicator Lamp illuminates while charging.
・Do not let straps, etc. get caught between handset and
Desktop Holder.
・Indicator Lamp goes out when battery is full. Remove
handset from Desktop Holder, then unplug AC Charger and
retract blades.
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USB Charge
Connect handset to a PC via Micro USB Cable.
・Power on handset and PC first.
Handset Power On/Off
Power On
・To use Fast transfer mode, install USB Cable driver on the
PC beforehand.
Press and hold
until SoftBank logo appears
・Battery may not charge or charge slowly depending on PC
status/environment. Battery may not charge if SD Card is
not inserted.
Getting Started
・Enable USB battery charge .
Open Port Cover and connect Micro USB Cable to External
Connector Port
After Power On Graphics, waterproofing/dustproofing
guidance appears.
Connect Micro USB Cable to PC USB port
Indicator Lamp illuminates while charging.
・When finished, remove Micro USB Cable and close Port Cover.
Important USB Charge Usage Note
Handset may power on automatically when connected to a
PC via Micro USB Cable; avoid connection aboard aircraft or
in hospitals, etc. where handset use is prohibited.
Initial setup menu opens.
・If handset is set to skip setup menu at Power on, Standby
appears.
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Power Off
Display Positions
Set Display in the following positions as needed.
(Long)
Clamshell Closed
Keep handset closed when not in use; view time, new message
notification, etc. on Sub Display.
Power off
Clamshell Open
Open handset to place or answer calls, enter text, etc.
・Use handset keys or Touch Panel.
OK
Viewer Position
Handset is closed with Display outward; use Touch Panel for
operations. Hold handset in landscape to capture images,
watch TV, etc. in widescreen.
Handset shuts down.
・Do not carry handset with Display in Viewer position.
Display may be damaged.
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Using Handset Keys
Use twelve hard keys for text entry, etc. Press function keys
for onscreen dialpad, message folder list, browser, etc. Use
Multi Selector to select items, move cursor, etc.
Selection & Execution
Use Multi Selector to highlight item; press Center Key to
execute it.
Major Key Assignments
The following functions are assigned by default.
Getting Started
・Item selection with Multi Selector is disabled in Standby.
In this guide, Multi Selector and Center Key operations are
indicated as follows:
Label
Open Home Screen
Open Mail folder list
Open received call records
Open Options menu
Show onscreen dialpad
Open Search window
Open Home Screen
Open Address Book
Start Browser
Operation
Press center
Press up
Press down
Press left
Press right
Press up/down
Press left/right
Press up/down/left/right
Open Notifications panel
Open list of active applications
Long Press for Power on or Phone options
Activate Camera. Long Press to activate/cancel Manner
mode.
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Using Touch Panel
Touch Display to navigate menus, open functions, scroll pages,
etc. Available in clamshell open or Viewer position.
Swipe/Flick
Swipe or flick to toggle sheets, pages, etc.
Tap
Tap item or key to open or execute corresponding function/
operation.
Spread & Pinch
Spread or pinch to enlarge or reduce images, etc.
Long Touch
Touch item for 1+ seconds (handset vibrates) to move icon,
open menu, etc.
Calibrating Touch Panel
Calibrate Touch Panel to improve response. Hold handset
normally during calibration.
In Standby,
Settings
Adjust touch panel
Drag
Drag item to move it.
each circle
About phone
Tap center of
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Basic Operations
Basic Operations
Handset Interface.............................................................20
Applications.......................................................................22
My Phone Number............................................................. 23
Mobile Manners................................................................. 24
Text Entry (Handset Keys).............................................. 25
Text Entry (Touch Panel).................................................26
Using Google Accounts.....................................................28
Android Market................................................................. 30
Security Codes.................................................................. 31
USIM PIN............................................................................32
Activating Sleep Mode..................................................... 33
Software Update.............................................................. 33
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Handset Interface
Standby
Handset Keys & Touch Panel
Use hard keys or intuitive Touch Panel interface as needed.
Standby appears at Power on. Access major functions/
applications here; change key shortcuts as needed.
Selection & Execution
Home Screen
Use
to select item and press
; menu/window opens or
command is executed. Alternatively, tap item to select and
Most operations start here. Home Screen holds up to ten
sheets; add shortcuts, widgets or folders to each sheet.
execute it.
・Item selection with
・Press
Launcher
Applications are saved on each page by category; move icons,
add pages, etc. as needed.
is disabled in Standby.
to return to previous window.
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Options Menu Operations
Press
Portrait and Landscape Orientation
For some functions/windows, Display orientation changes with
to open Options menu.
handset orientation.
or Long Touch item, etc.
for Options menu. In Home Screen, Long Touch open area for
Home settings (below).
Basic Operations
・In some windows, Long Press
Handset Customization
In Standby or Home Screen, press
press
, select Settings and
to change settings.
About Checkbox
Checkbox (
or
option and press
) appears beside some options. Select
to check (
) or cancel (
) it.
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Applications
Opening Application Properties
In Home Screen or Launcher, Long Touch icon
Starting Applications
to
Drag icon
(Go App Info)
Using Application List
In Standby,
Open list of active applications; toggle or close applications.
In Home Screen or Launcher,
Launcher (Basic func. 1) appears.
・To open Launcher from Home Screen, select
or tap
/
and press
,
.
Switch pages
Active applications appear.
・Alternatively, Long Press
・Press
.
to toggle lists as needed.
Select application
Select icon
Application starts.
Closing Applications
In application list, select one
Application starts.
・Alternatively, tap
.
・To close all applications, select
Closing Applications
Press
; application ends and initial window returns. (If
confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.)
・Press
for Home Screen. (Applications remain active;
close them in application list.)
and press
.
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My Phone Number
Saving User Information
Confirming Handset Number
In Standby or Home Screen,
Settings
Profile
In Standby or Home Screen,
Settings
Basic Operations
Profile
Profile opens.
・Alternatively, press
→
in Standby.
Profile opens.
・Handset number appears in Own phone number field.
・Alternatively, press
→
Edit
in Standby.
Profile entry window opens.
Select item (entry field)
・Select
press
(show/add entry field) or
(hide/delete) and
.
Complete field
・Select other items and complete fields as needed.
Profile is saved.
Yes
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Save
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Mobile Manners
Canceling Offline Mode
(Long)
Mobile Manners
Mute most handset function sounds.
In Standby, Home Screen, Launcher, etc.,
(Long)
Manner mode activates.
Canceling Manner Mode
(Long)
Important
Shutter click, video recording tones, etc. still sound even in
Manner mode.
Activating Offline Mode
Temporarily suspend all wireless connections.
(Long)
Offline mode
Offline mode activates.
Offline mode
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Text Entry (Handset Keys)
Switching Entry Modes
Basics
In a text entry window,
When cursor appears in text entry field, use keypad to type
characters or press
; operation guide appears at Display
bottom for text entry.
Basic Operations
Select mode
・If cursor does not appear or to enter characters in other
fields, use
to select a field.
・To complete text entry and exit, press
when Done
appears.
Window Description
Entry mode is switched.
Entry Mode Indicators
Current entry mode indicator-Katakana),
(Kanji),
(Full
(Half Alphabet), etc.--appears on Status Bar.
Entry mode indicator
Text entry field
Open list for pictograms, etc.
(Long) Open typing assistance
Complete entry
Cursor
Open entry mode list
(Long) Open text entry settings
・Operation guide at Display bottom changes upon typing a
character; enter current character, use conversion, etc.
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Text Entry (Touch Panel)
Alphabet
Rotate Display to Viewer position to enter characters with
Follow these steps to enter Keitai:
Touch Panel.
Onscreen Keyboards
In a text entry window,
Use two types of onscreen keyboards to enter characters in
Viewer position:
12-Key: Multiple characters assigned to each key.
QWERTY: Single letters assigned to each key.
・Tap a text entry field for keyboards.
・Default input method: iWnn IME - SH edition.
Switching between 12-Key Keyboard
and QWERTY Keyboard
Half Alphabet
In any keyboard,
Change keyboard (Portrait)
Change keyboard(Landscape)
12-Key Keyboard Layout
(twice: K)
i)
(once: t)
(twice: e)
(once: a)
(three times:
(three
times: i)
Entry mode indicator
Enter characters
Reverse toggle character options
Move cursor left
Enter pictograms, symbols, or emoticons; toggle
conversion options
・The first character is capitalized automatically by default.
(Cancel auto capitalization as needed.)
Toggle entry modes
Delete characters
Move cursor right
Open text entry options; convert hiragana or insert
spaces
Insert line breaks; enter current characters
Keitai is entered.
Toggling Case
Type a letter and press
to toggle case.
or
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QWERTY Keyboard Layout
Entry Mode Indicators
Current entry mode indicator-Katakana),
(Kanji),
(Full
(Half Alphabet), etc.--appears on Status Bar.
Alphabet
Entry mode indicator
In a text entry window, Long Touch
Enter characters
Basic Operations
In 12-Key keyboard, follow these steps to enter Keitai:
Enter letters
Toggle entry modes
Enter pictograms, symbols, or emoticons
Open text entry options
Delete characters
Insert line breaks; enter current characters
Move cursor right
Move cursor left
Half Alphabet
Switching Entry Modes
Tap
to toggle Half Alphabet, Half Numeric, and Kanji
modes. Follow these steps to use other entry modes:
In a text entry window, Long Touch
(twice: K)
(once: t)
(twice: e)
(once: a)
(three times: i)
(three times: i)
Tap mode
・The first character is capitalized automatically by default.
(Cancel auto capitalization as needed.)
Keyboard interface changes accordingly.
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Keitai is entered.
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Using Google Accounts
Toggling Case
Type a letter and tap
to toggle case.
Sign in to a Google Account to use Google services. (Some
applications may be limited or disabled without a Google
Account.)
Flick Input
Creating a New Google Account
In 12-Key entry, flick key for target character.
・Long Touch a key for guidance; flick toward target
character. Tap
to enter.
In Standby,
Settings
sync
Target
Character
Operation
P
Tap
Q
Touch and flick left
R
Touch and flick up
S
Touch and flick right
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Touch and flick down
Add account
once
Google
Add a Google Account appears.
Next
Accounts &
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Signing in to a Google Account
Create
For applications requiring a Google Account, Add a Google
Account appears; sign in to use the application.
In Add a Google Account,
Select Last name field
Select Username field
name
Basic Operations
Enter first name
last name
Next
Enter
Enter user
Next
Sign in
Enter password
Select Confirm password field
Re-enter password
Next
Enter user name
password
Select
Select Password field
Enter
Sign in
in Security question field
Finish setup
Sign-in is complete.
answer
Select Answer field
Enter
Select Secondary Email field
Enter
secondary mail address
Account information is saved.
・Follow onscreen instructions.
Create
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Android Market
Updating Applications
Download various applications via Android Market. (Sign in to
a Google Account beforehand.)
SoftBank Mobile is not liable for any damages resulting from
In Standby,
In Launcher (Basic func. 1),
(Market)
use of applications obtained from Android Market.
Installing Free Applications
In Standby,
In Launcher (Basic func. 1),
(Market)
Market opens.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
My apps
Update
Market opens.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Select free application
FREE
Application is updated.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Purchased Applications
(below Install)
OK
Select application
OK
Payment
Download (installation) starts.
No additional payment required for re-downloads of
uninstalled purchased applications.
Purchasing Paid Applications
Use on Other Android Devices
Install purchased applications on other Android devices
In Standby,
In Launcher (Basic func. 1),
(Market)
free of charge by using the same Google Account used for
the purchase.
Market Operations
Refund Requests
Request refunds within designated period. Returned
applications are deleted from handset; no payment is
required. (One refund request per application.)
In Market,
My apps
application
Market opens.
Refund
Select
Select answer
OK
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Enabling Automatic Updates
Select paid application
OK
Select price (below Buy)
Follow onscreen instructions
In Market,
application
(
Download (installation) starts.
My apps
Select
Allow automatic updating
)
・Automatic update is not available for some applications.
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Important
Automatic Updates
Application operations are subject to change due to
automatic updates.
Application Purchase Disclaimer
self or others that arise from purchase of applications.
Code Types
Among Security Codes, Center Access Code (Network
Password; 4-digit code in contract) is required to use
Optional Services via landlines or subscribe to fee-based
information.
・Write down Handset Code, Administrator Code and Center
Access Code (Network Password). If you forget these codes,
contact us for recovery. For details, contact SoftBank
Customer Support, General Information.
・Do not reveal Handset Code, Administrator Code or Center
Access Code (Network Password). SoftBank Mobile is not
Basic Operations
SoftBank Mobile cannot be held liable for any damages to
Security Codes
liable for misuse or damages.
・Incoming/outgoing call restriction settings will be locked if
incorrect Center Access Code (Network Password) is entered
three times consecutively during the setting. To resolve,
the code must be changed. For details, contact SoftBank
Customer Support, General Information.
・If you have previously changed Network Password on a
SoftBank handset, enter the latest code to set incoming/
outgoing call restrictions.
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USIM PIN
Changing PIN
Four to eight-digit code (9999 by default); activate USIM card
lock to restrict handset use.
Locking USIM Card
Activate USIM card lock first.
In Standby,
Settings
Location &
security
In Standby,
Settings
Location &
security
Set up USIM card lock
Enter current PIN
OK
Set up USIM card lock
Enter PIN
OK
Lock USIM card
(
)
Change USIM PIN
OK
Re-enter new PIN
Enter new PIN
OK
PIN is changed.
Important
Entering incorrect PIN three consecutive times activates
PIN Lock. To cancel, Personal Unblocking Key (PUK Code)
is required; contact SoftBank Customer Support, General
Information. Entering incorrect PUK Code ten consecutive
times activates PUK Lock, disabling handset. For recovery,
USIM Card must be reissued at a SoftBank Shop (fees
USIM card lock activates.
apply).
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Activating Sleep Mode
Software Update
In Viewer position, Display goes completely dark and
Check for firmware updates and download as required.
Sleep mode activates after a period of inactivity. Sleep
mode prevents accidental operation/function activation.
(Press
to activate Sleep mode anytime.)
Canceling Sleep Mode
Updating Software
Settings
About phone
Open handset (clamshell open). To cancel Sleep mode in Viewer
position, follow these steps:
Unlock window appears.
Software update
Basic Operations
In Standby,
Follow onscreen
instructions
Software update starts.
Drag
to
Precautions
Handset Files
Always back up important information. SoftBank Mobile
cannot be held liable for damages from lost information,
etc.
During Update
Sleep mode is canceled.
・When Security Lock is active, unlock it as well.
Handset is disabled until update is complete. Update may
take some time.
Signal Conditions
To reduce failure risk, be sure signal is strong and stable,
and charge battery adequately beforehand. Update failure
may disable handset.
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Handset Interface
Handset Interface
Standby Basics.................................................................. 36
Home Screen Basics.......................................................... 37
Status Bar......................................................................... 39
Notifications Panel...........................................................40
Customizing Home Screen................................................ 41
Launcher Basics................................................................ 43
Using Sub Display............................................................. 44
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Standby Basics
Setting Wallpaper
Standby appears at Power on; most operations start here.
Available in clamshell open. (In Viewer position, Home Screen
appears.)
In Standby,
Wallpapers
Window Description
Wallpaper(Standby screen)
Handset status and notifications (Use
to open
Notifications panel)
Open Search window
Tap to start applications
Open Mail folder list
Start Browser
Open Launcher
・Select Wallpaper(Both) to apply the same Wallpaper to
Home Screen.
Wallpaper gallery
・Select Contents manager to set captured image as
Wallpaper.
Select file
Wallpaper is set.
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Returning to Standby
In Home Screen, press
any. Repeat to press
; active application closes if
until Standby returns.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Switching between 2D and 3D View
In Standby,
Switch 2D/3D
Home Screen Basics
Home Screen includes five sheets by default. Add shortcuts,
widgets or folders to each
sheet.
Opening Home Screen
In Standby,
or
Handset Interface
Home Screen appears.
・Alternatively, tap
below Display.
・Home Screen appears when Display is rotated to Viewer
position.
Returning to Home Screen
Press
; Home Screen returns and applications remain
active.
Switching between 2D and 3D View
In Home Screen,
Switch 2D/3D
Window Description (Clamshell Open)
Handset status and notifications
Open Search window
Applications
Open list of active applications
/
Toggle sheets
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Window Description (Viewer Position)
Using Home Screen Sheet Index
Use Home Screen sheet index to switch, add or delete sheets.
In Home Screen,
(Long)
Handset status and notifications
Open Search window
Applications
Open Launcher
Open Home Screen sheet index
Open list of active applications
Home Screen sheet index appears.
・In Viewer position, tap
to open Home Screen sheet
index.
Toggling Home Screen Sheets
Select sheet
Press
or
to toggle Home Screen sheets.
・From any sheet, press
for first sheet.
Sheet switches.
・Alternatively, flick open area left/right.
Home Screen Sheet Index Operations
Adding Sheets
In Home Screen sheet index,
Add
Deleting Sheets
In Home Screen sheet index, select sheet
Delete sheet
Yes
Closing Home Screen Sheet Index
In Home Screen sheet index,
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Status Bar
Status Indicators
Indicators (new message notification, handset status, etc.)
appear at the top of Display.
Status indicators appear on the right.
Notification Indicators
Description
Battery Strength
Signal Strength
Notification indicators appear on the left.
No Signal
Offline mode
Handset Interface
Indicator
Roaming
3G Data in Use
GSM Data in Use
Alarm Set
Standard manner mode
Drive manner mode
Indicator
Description
Silent manner mode
Missed Calls
Wi-Fi Connected
Answer Phone Message Recorded
Bluetooth ® On
New SMS/S! Mail
Bluetooth ® Connected
New Email
Answer Phone (
New Gmail
Alarm Time Passed
: Message Recorded)
・Some indicators appear in different colors while signed in to
a Google Account.
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Notifications Panel
Window Description
Open notifications, check handset status or change various
settings.
Opening Notifications Panel
In Standby,
Toggle Wi-Fi on/off
Toggle Bluetooth ® on/off
Notifications; select Clear and press
to delete all
Notifications
Handset status
Open Manner mode options
Toggle VeilView on/off
Notifications panel opens.
・Press
Adjust Display brightness
to exit.
Toggle account synchronization on/off
Clock (select and press
Notifications Panel Operations (Out of
Standby)
Toggle Display rotation on/off
Open microSD menu
Tap Status Bar
Tap to close Notifications panel
・Available when Status Bar appears.
MENU Key Operation
Notifications
・Available in Home Screen, Launcher and some other
menus/windows.
Toggle GPS positioning on/off
Open list of active applications
Touch Panel Operation
More
to open Date & time settings)
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Customizing Home Screen
Change Wallpaper or paste shortcuts.
Select file
Setting Wallpaper
In Home Screen,
Wallpapers
・For Live wallpapers, select Set wallpaper and press
・If prompted, follow onscreen instructions.
.
Handset Interface
Wallpaper is set.
Wallpaper(Home screen)
・Select Wallpaper(Both) to apply the same Wallpaper to
Standby.
Live wallpapers
or
Wallpaper gallery
・Select Gallery or Contents manager to set captured
image as Wallpaper.
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Adding Shortcuts
Follow these steps to add an application shortcut:
Managing Shortcuts
Moving Shortcuts
In Home Screen, select shortcut
selected items
In Home Screen,
(Long)
(Long)
Move
Change arrangement
Specify target location
・Select Move other sheet to move shortcut to another
sheet.
Removing Shortcuts
In Home Screen, select shortcut
selected items
Home settings opens.
Add shortcut
Applications
Application list appears.
・Use
or flick left/right to toggle pages.
Select application
Corresponding icon appears.
Yes
(Long)
Delete
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Launcher Basics
Using Launcher Page Index
Use Launcher to access applications.
Use Launcher page index to switch, add or delete pages.
Launcher includes eight pages by default; add pages as
needed.
In Launcher,
Opening Launcher
(Long)
In Standby,
・In Viewer position, tap
Launcher appears.
・To open Launcher from Home Screen, select
to open Launcher page index.
Handset Interface
Launcher page index appears.
Select page
and press
,
.
or tap
Window Description
Page opens.
Launcher Page Index Operations
Applications
Open Standby or Home Screen
Open list of active applications
/
Toggle pages
Adding Pages
In Launcher page index,
Add
Deleting Pages
In Launcher page index, select page
page
Switching Launcher Pages
Press
or
to switch pages.
Delete
Yes
・Delete applications on page beforehand.
Closing Launcher Page Index
In Launcher page index,
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Using Sub Display
View signal/battery strength, time, etc. with clamshell
closed. (Not available in clamshell open.)
Sub Display Indicators
Indicator
Description
Signal/battery strength and time appear
by default
Manner mode and Answer phone are active
Caller information appears for calls; if
not answered, missed call notification
appears
Sender information appears upon message
arrival
Sub Display Operations
Deactivating/Reactivating Backlight
With clamshell closed,
・Press
to toggle Backlight on/off.
Toggling Sub Display View
With clamshell closed,
・Press
repeatedly as needed.
Hiding Caller Info
In Standby,
settings
Settings
Display caller
(
)
・Select Display caller and press
off (
Display
Sub-display settings
to toggle on (
).
Changing Clock Pattern
In Standby,
settings
Settings
Clock display settings
OK
Display
Sub-display settings
Select pattern
)/
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Phone
Phone
Placing/Answering Calls................................................... 46
Optional Services..............................................................47
Using Address Book..........................................................52
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Placing/Answering Calls
Answering a Call
See below to dial directly or answer calls. (SoftBank 007SH
does not support Video Call.)
When a call arrives,
or
Placing a Call
In Standby, use keypad to enter number
Call connects.
To end the call,
Onscreen dialpad appears with entered number.
・Include area code for landline numbers.
Call ends.
After Calls to/from Unsaved Numbers
Save to Address Book confirmation appears. Select
Register to address book and press
Handset dials the number.
then follow
onscreen instructions.
・Wait for other party to accept the call.
Emergency Location Report
To end the call,
Your location is automatically reported to the
corresponding agency (police, etc.) when you place
emergency calls (110, 119 or 118) with SoftBank 3G
handsets.
・Registration/transmission fees do not apply.
・Positioning accuracy is affected by location/signal
conditions. Always provide your location and purpose on
the phone.
・Location Information is not reported when emergency
calls are placed without Caller ID (such as when
the number is prefixed with 184). However, the
Call ends.
corresponding agency may obtain your Location
Information in a life threatening situation.
After Calls to/from Unsaved Numbers
Save to Address Book confirmation appears. Select
Register to address book and press
onscreen instructions.
then follow
・Location Information is not reported during Global
Roaming.
・Emergency calls are restricted when Offline mode and
USIM card lock are active. Long Press
and cancel
Offline mode, power off, then restart handset.
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Optional Services
Initiating Call Forwarding
Use these SoftBank Optional Services:
In Standby,
Optional Services
Service
Settings
Call settings
Description
Call
Divert all/all unanswered calls to a preset
Forwarding
number
Divert all/unanswered calls to Voicemail
Voicemail
Center; access messages via handset/
touchtone phones
Call Waiting 1
Caller ID
Call Barring
call
Switch between open lines/connect
Phone
Group Calling 1
Answer calls or open another line during a
Call settings opens.
multiple lines
Show or hide your number when placing
calls
Voicemail/divert
Restrict incoming/outgoing calls by
conditions
1 A separate contract is required.
Voicemail/divert menu opens.
Settings/stop
Divert menu opens.
Always
or
No answer
Enter number
ring time.
then set
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Initiating Voicemail
OK
Call Forwarding activates.
In Standby,
Settings
Call settings
Canceling Call Forwarding
In Divert menu,
Stop call forward
Yes
Call settings opens.
Voicemail/divert
Voicemail/divert menu opens.
Settings/stop
Divert menu opens.
Always
or
No answer
Voicemail
・For No answer , select Wait time and press
ring time.
OK
Voicemail activates.
then set
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Voicemail Operations
Activating Call Waiting
Playing Voicemail Messages
When a new message is recorded,
A separate contract is required.
appears on Status
Bar. To play messages, follow these steps:
In Voicemail/divert menu,
Play voicemail
In Standby,
Settings
Call settings
Follow voice guidance
Canceling Voicemail
In Divert menu,
Stop call forward
Yes
Phone
Missed Call Notification
Activate this function for records of calls missed when
handset is off/out-of-range. Activate Voicemail then
follow these steps:
In Call settings,
Missed calls
Call
Call settings opens.
Settings
Follow voice guidance
Other service settings
Setting Handset Response to Missed Calls
In Call settings,
alerts
Missed calls
Sounds &
Set
・Set Missed calls sound, Vibration pattern, Incoming calls
illumi and Ring duration.
Other service settings opens.
Call waiting
(
)
Call waiting activates.
・During a call, a tone sounds for incoming calls; press
to
answer.
Canceling Call Waiting
In Other call settings,
Call waiting
(
)
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Using Group Calling
Using Caller ID
A separate contract is required.
In Standby,
During a call,
Settings
Call settings
Add Call
Call settings opens.
Enter number
Other service settings
When call connects,
More
All lines connect to each other.
Merge calls
Other service settings opens.
Notify caller ID
number
or
Show number
Caller ID activates.
Network default ,
Hide
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Using Call Barring
Bar outgoing
Restrict outgoing calls or reject calls.
or
Bar incoming calls
Select
option
・Center Access Code (Network Password) is required to set
incoming/outgoing call restrictions.
・Incoming/outgoing call restriction settings will be locked if
incorrect Center Access Code (Network Password) is entered
three times consecutively during the setting. To resolve,
the code must be changed. For details, contact SoftBank
Customer Support, General Information.
・If you have previously changed Network Password on a
SoftBank handset, enter the latest code to set incoming/
outgoing call restrictions.
・"All outgoing calls" restricts all non-emergency calls; "Bar
・A call barred message appears if call is attempted with
outgoing call restriction active. It may take longer to appear
only" restricts all international calls except calls to Japan.
・"Restrict all incomings" rejects all calls, and "Bar if abroad"
rejects calls while outside Japan.
・This also restricts outgoing/incoming SMS messages.
In Standby,
Settings
Phone
in some areas.
int'l call" restricts all international calls; "Local & home
Call settings
Enter Center Access Code (Network Password)
OK
Restriction is set.
Call settings opens.
Call barring
Call barring menu opens.
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Using Address Book
Additional Operations
Save contacts including names, phone numbers, mail addresses,
Canceling All Outgoing Call Restrictions
In Call barring menu,
Bar outgoing
outgoing calls
etc.
Stop all
Enter Center Access Code
Adding Contacts
OK
Canceling All Incoming Call Restrictions
In Call barring menu,
Stop All incoming calls
Code
In Standby,
Bar incoming calls
Enter Center Access
OK
Limiting Calls to Numbers Saved in Address
Book
In Call barring menu,
Restrict destinations
Enter Handset Code
book
(
OK
Restrict address
)
Address Book opens.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Limiting Calls to Numbers in Call Permitted
List
In Call barring menu,
Restrict destinations
Enter Handset Code
number
OK
Specified phone
Switch on/off
Call permitted list
Enter number
Add new entry
(
)
<Empty>
OK
Rejecting Calls from Unsaved Numbers
In Call barring menu,
Reject call
registered numbers
(
Not
)
Add contact window opens.
・If account selection window opens, select an account and
Rejecting Calls from Specified Numbers
In Call barring menu,
numbers
Reject call
Switch on/off
Reject numbers list
Enter number
press
.
Specified
(
)
<Empty>
Select item
OK
Complete entry
Rejecting Calls with No/Undisplayable Caller ID
or from Payphones
In Call barring menu,
sent ,
Payphone
Reject call
or
Unavailable
Number not
(
)
・Use
items.
to select entry field and press
to enter other
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Dialing via Address Book
Yes
In Standby,
Contact is saved.
Address Book opens.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
If handset is left with no battery or an exhausted one,
Phone
Back Up Important Information
contacts may be altered/lost; handset damage may also
affect information recovery. SoftBank is not liable for any
resulting damages. Keep separate copies of contacts, etc.
Select tab (hiragana row, alphabet or ETC) for first
character in "Read last"
Select contact
Contact opens.
Select phone number
Call
Handset dials the number.
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Sending S! Mail/SMS.........................................................56
Receiving & Replying S! Mail/SMS...................................58
Handling S! Mail/SMS....................................................... 59
Creating/Sending Gmail....................................................60
Messaging & Browser
Messaging & Browser
Opening Received Gmail................................................... 61
Email Settings...................................................................62
Creating/Sending Email.................................................... 62
Opening Received Email....................................................63
Browsing the Internet......................................................64
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Mail Types
S! Mail
Sending S! Mail/SMS
Sending S! Mail
Exchange messages with S! Mail-compatible SoftBank handsets
Follow these steps to send S! Mail to a number/address saved
and e-mail compatible devices (other mobiles, PCs, etc.)
in Address Book:
beyond SMS character entry limit; attach media files, etc.
SMS
In Standby,
Exchange short messages with mobiles.
Gmail
Google webmail service; synchronize Gmail between handset
and Google server automatically.
Email
Folder list opens.
Exchange Email (POP3/IMAP4) messages on handset.
・Set up accounts to use Email.
・Upon Email message retrieval/transmission, accounts are
synchronized between handset and source mail server;
messages are also accessible from PCs.
S! Mail Composition window opens.
Address Book
Address Book opens.
Select tab (hiragana row, alphabet or ETC) for first
character in "Read last"
Contact opens.
Select contact
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Sending SMS
Select mail address (or number)
Follow these steps to send SMS via sent/received mail
records:
In Standby,
Enter subject
Select message text field
Enter
message
Folder list opens.
Messaging & Browser
Change to SMS
S! Mail is sent.
・Failed S! Mail messages are saved in Unsent Folder, with up
SMS Composition window opens.
to two delivery attempts.
Saving without Sending
In S! Mail Composition window,
Save to unsent box
Send/Receive history
Save
Save as New
Send history
or
Receive history
Select number
Enter message
SMS is sent.
・Failed SMS messages are saved in Unsent Folder, with up to
two delivery attempts.
Saving without Sending
In SMS Composition window,
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Receiving & Replying S! Mail/SMS
Handset receives S! Mail/SMS messages automatically; set
message retrieval to manual or retrieve Server Mail as needed.
Message Reception
Clamshell Closed
New message notification appears on Sub Display. Open
handset and select
Opening New Messages
in Information then press
;
message list (Inbox) appears.
Unread Message Notification
When message arrives, ringtone sounds and
appears on
Unread message count (
) appears above application icon.
Status Bar
Retrieving Complete Messages
In message window,
・Select
and press
Continue to receive
to select item to retrieve.
Important Message Retrieval Notes
Retrieval System
In Standby,
Select message notification
By default, complete message including attachments is
retrieved; transmission fees apply depending on subscribed
price plan.
Retrieval Outside Japan
Message retrieval outside Japan may incur high charges.
Message list (Inbox) appears.
Select message
Message window opens.
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Handling S! Mail/SMS
Replying to Messages
To reply from message window, skip ahead to
.
Opening Messages
Follow these steps to open received messages:
In Standby,
In Standby,
Folder list opens.
Messaging & Browser
Folder list opens.
Select folder in Inbox
Select message
Message window opens.
Select folder in Inbox
Message list appears.
・Long Press
to reply to sender and all recipients.
Enter message
・Press
in message list to switch folders.
Select message
Message is sent.
Message window opens.
・Select
or
and press
to open other messages (higher
or lower in message list).
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Creating/Sending Gmail
Gmail Composition Operations
Use Google webmail service. Sign in to a Google Account
beforehand.
Adding Cc/Bcc Recipients
In Mail Composition window,
Add Cc/Bcc
Add recipient
Creating/Sending Messages
Attaching Files
In Standby,
In Launcher (Basic func. 1),
(Gmail)
In Mail Composition window,
Attach
Select file
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Saving without Sending
After entering recipient, subject or message text,
・Message is saved to Drafts.
Inbox opens.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Important Gmail Usage Note
Gmail messages are not received if handset is set to reject
messages sent from PCs.
Compose
Mail Composition window opens.
Complete message
Message is sent.
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Opening Received Gmail
Opening Messages
Gmail groups all related messages by subject. (Conversation
view)
In Standby,
In Launcher (Basic func. 1),
(Gmail)
Opening New Messages
When message arrives, ringtone sounds and
appears on
Status Bar
Inbox opens.
Messaging & Browser
Select conversation (subject)
In Standby,
Select message notification
Message window opens.
Inbox opens.
Replying to Messages
In message window,
Complete message
Select message
Message window opens.
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Email Settings
Creating/Sending Email
Mail Account Setup
Creating/Sending Messages
Confirm user name (user ID), password, server name, etc.
beforehand.
In Standby,
In Standby,
In Launcher (Communication),
In Launcher (Communication),
(Email)
Inbox opens.
・For multiple accounts, Email window opens.
Account setup menu opens (initial startup).
Compose
Enter mail address and password
Next
・For some mail addresses, incoming/outgoing server settings
Mail Composition window opens.
may need manual configuration; if so, complete setup
manually. (Alternatively, for manual setup, select Manual
setup and press
Complete message
then proceed.)
Enter account name/sender name
Done
Setup is complete.
・Sender name appears on outgoing messages.
Message is sent.
Send
(Email)
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Opening Received Email
Opening Messages
Opening New Messages
In Standby,
When message arrives, ringtone sounds and
In Launcher (Communication),
(Email)
appears on
Status Bar
Inbox opens.
Select message notification
Message window opens.
Messaging & Browser
Select message
In Standby,
Inbox opens.
Select message
Message window opens.
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Browsing the Internet
Saving Bookmarks
View Internet sites via Browser.
In Standby,
Using Browser
In Standby,
Handset connects to the Internet.
Open target site
Handset connects to the Internet.
・Use
Bookmarks
to scroll pages.
Opening URLs within Message Text
Internet connection confirmation appears upon selecting
URL within message text and pressing
and press
; select Yes
to open linked page in Browser.
Bookmark・History opens.
Browser Operations
Add
Using History
In a page,
More
Check/edit title/URL
OK
History
Select record
Opening Frequently Visited Sites
In a page,
/
More
Most visited
History
Select record
Current site is saved as a bookmark.
Entering URLs Directly
In a page, tap URL entry field
Enter URL
Searching for Words/Phrases
In a page, tap URL entry field
Enter word/phrase
Bookmarks Operations
Opening Bookmarks
In a page,
Bookmarks
Select
bookmark
Select link
Deleting Bookmarks
In a page,
bookmark
OK
Bookmarks
(Long)
Select
Delete bookmark
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Opening Additional Windows
Open another page in a new window and switch between
windows.
Window Operations
Switching Windows
In a page,
In Standby,
Windows
Select window
Windows
Tap
Closing Windows
In a page,
×
Opening Third & Subsequent Windows
In a page,
Windows
Open new
window
Handset connects to the Internet.
When a security notice appears upon opening an Internet
New window
page, subscribers must decide for themselves whether or
not to open the page. Opening secure pages constitutes
agreement to the terms of SSL/TLS usage. SoftBank,
SHARP Corporation, VeriSign Japan, Cybertrust, Entrust
Japan, GMO GlobalSign, RSA Security, SECOM Trust
Systems and Comodo Japan cannot be held liable for any
Messaging & Browser
Disclaimer
damages associated with the use of SSL/TLS.
Current page opens in another window.
SSL & TLS
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security
(TLS) are encryption protocols that secure Internet
transmissions of important/sensitive information such
as credit card numbers and corporate secrets, providing
protection against online threats (eavesdropping,
falsification, impersonation, etc.). Handset is preloaded
with digital certificates issued by certificate authorities.
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Camera
Capturing 3D Images........................................................ 70
Camera
Photo Camera & Video Camera........................................68
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Photo Camera & Video Camera
Descriptions are for Touch Panel operations in Viewer
position.
Long Press
In Camera application list, tap Use by default for
this action. to make selection the default application
thereafter.
Capturing Photos
Capture JPEG images.
In Home Screen (Viewer position),
(Long)
Camera application list appears.
Camera
Photo Viewfinder appears.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Frame subject on Display
・For people, focus automatically locks on detected face.
(Face AF)
or
Shutter clicks; photo is saved.
for Camera Applications
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Photo Viewfinder Operations
Recording Video
Adjusting Brightness
Record MPEG-4 video.
In Photo Viewfinder, swipe vertically for Brightness Scale
In Home Screen (Viewer position),
Adjusting Zoom
(Long)
In Photo Viewfinder, swipe horizontally for Zoom Slider
Locking Focus
In Photo Viewfinder, tap focus lock target
・Camera continuously focuses on moving subjects.
・To release shutter, tap the subject again.
・Camera uses color to track subjects; may not correctly
track faintly colored subjects or ones similar to
Camera application list appears.
background color.
Opening Captured Photo
Video Camera
・Tap
Camera
After photo capture, tap preview thumbnail
to send captured photo via mail or set it as
Wallpaper.
Selecting Mobile Light Option
In Photo Viewfinder,
Mobile light
Tap
option
・Do not shine Mobile Light in eyes; may damage eyesight.
Video Viewfinder appears.
Changing Image Size
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
In Photo Viewfinder,
Picture Size
Tap size
Frame subject on Display
Changing Scene Setting
In Photo Viewfinder,
Scene
or
Tap scene
Using Self-timer
In Photo Viewfinder,
・Press
or
Self-timer
Tap time
; shutter is released after specified
time elapses.
Recording starts after a tone.
・For people, focus automatically locks on detected face.
(Face AF)
Disabling Automatic Addition of Location
Information to Photos
When handset GPS function is active, Location Information
is added to captured photos automatically. (Location
Information is retained even after uploading photos to the
Internet.) To prevent this, follow these steps:
In Photo Viewfinder,
Location information
Save settings
Automatic addition
to stop
Recording stops; video is saved.
Long Press
for Camera Applications
this action. to make selection the default application
Help
thereafter.
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In Camera application list, tap Use by default for
Opening Help
In Photo Viewfinder,
OFF
or
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Capturing 3D Images
Video Viewfinder Operations
Descriptions are for Touch Panel operations in Viewer
Adjusting Brightness
In Video Viewfinder, swipe vertically for Brightness Scale
position.
Capturing 3D Photos
Adjusting Zoom
In Video Viewfinder, swipe horizontally for Zoom Slider
In Home Screen (Viewer position),
Locking Focus
(Camera/Link),
In Launcher
(Camera (3D photos))
In Video Viewfinder, tap focus lock target
・Camera continuously focuses on moving subjects.
・Camera uses color to track subjects; may not correctly
track faintly colored subjects or ones similar to
background color.
Playing Recorded Video
After recording, tap preview thumbnail
・Before preview, tap
Tap video
to send recorded video via mail
or create 3D video.
3D Photo Viewfinder appears.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Selecting Mobile Light Option
Frame subject on Display
In Video Viewfinder,
・Tap
to toggle light on (
)/off (
or
).
・Do not shine Mobile Light in eyes; may damage eyesight.
Changing Recording Size
In Video Viewfinder,
Picture Size
Tap size
Shutter clicks.
Changing Scene Setting
In Video Viewfinder,
Scene
Tap scene
Move handset to the right
Using Self-timer
In Video Viewfinder,
・Press
or
Self-timer
Tap time
; recording starts after specified time
elapses.
Photo is captured when progress bar reaches End ; saves
automatically.
Enabling/Disabling Microphone
In Video Viewfinder,
ON
or
Settings
Mic Setting
OFF
Opening Help
In Video Viewfinder,
Help
Important Mobile Camera Usage Note
Mind your manners when using Camera.
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Music & Images
Music.................................................................................. 72
Still Images & Video.........................................................72
Music & Images
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Music
Still Images & Video
View still images and video; use Slideshow or play 2D video in
Playing Music
3D.
Opening/Playing Files
In Standby,
In Launcher (Music/Games),
(MusicPlayer)
Supported File Formats:
Image
File Format
Still Images
JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, WBMP, MPO
Video
3GPP, 3GPP2, MP4, WMV, ASF, PIFF, WebM
In Standby,
In Launcher (Camera/Link),
(Gallery)
Library opens.
・MusicPlayer opens in the last-used state.
Select file
Albums appear.
Select album (e.g., 100SHARP)
File plays.
Select file
File opens/plays.
Playback Operations
Slideshow
In still image, tap
・Press
Slideshow
to stop.
Playing Video in 3D
During playback,
2D→3D Realtime Convert
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Connectivity
Connecting to Wi-Fi......................................................... 74
Using Bluetooth ® ..............................................................77
Connectivity
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Connecting to Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Operations
Use household Wi-Fi networks, etc. to connect to the Internet.
Connecting Selected Access Points
Connecting Access Points Manually
In Wi-Fi settings,
protocol
password
In Standby,
Settings
Wireless &
Add Wi-Fi network
Network SSID
Enter
Select security
Select Password field
Enter
Save
・Omit password entry if security protocol is Open .
networks
Dismissing Access Points
In Wi-Fi settings, select connected access point
Forget
Disconnecting Access Points
In Wi-Fi settings, select access point
Forget network
Wi-Fi settings
(
), select Wi-Fi and press
Yes
Important Easy Wi-Fi Registration
Usage Note
Wi-Fi settings opens.
・If disabled (
(Long)
to enable it
).
Easy Wi-Fi registration may connect access points
protected by different security protocols. Select an access
point for the selected security protocol.
Select access point
Enter password
Connect
Connection is established.
・May omit password entry for some access points.
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Registering Private Access Points
SoftBank 007SH supports AOSS™ and WPS systems/standards
AOSS method
Yes
that automatically configure settings for easy Wi-Fi network
access upon establishing a connection on handset.
・Follow these steps to save AOSS™-compatible access points:
In Standby,
Settings
Wireless &
networks
Search starts.
・Follow onscreen instructions.
・Connection is established automatically thereafter.
Registering WPS-compatible Access
Points
In Wi-Fi settings,
WPS method
code method
Wi-Fi settings
Easy Wi-Fi registration
Push-button method
or
PIN
Follow onscreen instructions
Connectivity
Wi-Fi settings opens.
・If disabled (
(
), select Wi-Fi and press
to enable it
).
Easy Wi-Fi registration
Easy Wi-Fi registration opens.
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Using Public Wireless LAN Services
Follow these steps to connect to BB mobilepoint:
Select Login ID field
Enter login ID
・To use public wireless LAN services, subscription with the
corresponding ISP, etc. is required.
In Standby,
Settings
Select Password field
Enter password
Wireless &
networks
OK
Handset is ready for connection to public wireless LAN
services.
Wi-Fi settings
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
・When Auto-login is set to ON , handset connects to BB
Wi-Fi settings opens.
・If disabled (
(
), select Wi-Fi and press
).
mobilepoint automatically in the service range.
to enable it
Troubleshooting
Q. Cannot detect access points
Auto login settings
A. There may be multiple access points nearby. Handset
may not detect access points correctly if current WiFi channel is used by other access points at the same
time.
Public Wireless LAN Usage Note
Connection to some public wireless LAN services may not
be possible. Additional charges may apply depending on
Public wireless LAN account settings opens.
BB MOBILE POINT
BB MOBILE POINT opens.
ON
or
OFF
service area and price plan.
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Using Bluetooth ®
Device Search & Pairing
Wirelessly transfer files/data between handset and compatible
devices (handsfree devices, etc.).
handset; transfer files to/from paired devices.
・Activate Bluetooth ® and make devices to be paired
Activating Bluetooth ®
In Standby,
Settings
Search for nearby Bluetooth ® devices and pair them with
discoverable first.
Wireless &
In Standby,
networks
networks
Bluetooth
Bluetooth settings
Settings
Wireless &
Connectivity
Bluetooth settings opens; found devices are listed.
Bluetooth ® activates.
・Select Bluetooth and press
(
).
to toggle on (
)/off
・If target device is not found, select Scan for devices and
press
.
Select device
Follow onscreen instructions to
complete pairing
Pairing completes; handset connects to handsfree devices,
etc. automatically.
・Pairing procedure varies by device.
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Connecting Paired Handsfree Devices,
Etc.
Activate Bluetooth ® first.
Bluetooth ® Connection Operations
Unpairing Devices
In Bluetooth settings, select device
Unpair
In Standby,
Settings
Wireless &
networks
(or
(Long)
Disconnect & unpair )
Disconnecting Handsfree Devices, Etc.
In Bluetooth settings, select device
OK
Allowing Other Devices to Detect Handset
In Bluetooth settings,
Discoverable
(
)
・Discoverable is effective for 120 seconds, then turns off
automatically.
Bluetooth settings
Accepting Connection Requests while Connected
to a Device
In Bluetooth settings,
Detailed Bluetooth Settings
Multiple connect standby
ON
Receiving Files (e.g., Address Book via All File
Transfer)
When file reception request arrives,
appears on Status
Bar. Follow these steps to receive files:
In Standby,
Bluetooth settings opens.
Select notification
Accept
After receiving files,
Select notification
Register of data
OK
Select device
in Standby
Select file (.vcf)
Enter Handset Code
Select option
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
The device is connected.
・Received files are saved to SD Card; open them from
Contents Manager.
Accepting Connection Requests
Handset automatically accepts connection requests from
Sending Single Files (e.g., Address Book)
In Standby,
paired devices. For unpaired devices, enable Discoverable
(
) first; when connection request arrives, follow
onscreen prompt.
Select contact
Send by Bluetooth
(Long)
Yes
Select
device
・If an image is set for selected contact, image transfer
confirmation appears.
Sending Selected Files (e.g., Address Book)
In Standby,
Send by Bluetooth
Select and send
(
)
Yes
Select contacts
Select device
・If a contact with image is included, image transfer
confirmation appears.
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Sending All Files (e.g., Address Book)
In Standby,
Send by Bluetooth
Send all items
Handset Code
Yes
OK
Enter
Select device
・If a contact with image is included, image transfer
confirmation appears.
Troubleshooting
Q. Cannot use Bluetooth ®
A. Offline mode may be active. Cancel it to use
Bluetooth ® functions.
Important Bluetooth ® Usage Notes
Connection
Bluetooth ® connection may not be possible with some
Bluetooth ® devices.
・Noise may interfere with wireless or handsfree
conversations.
File Transfer
Connectivity
Files may not appear correctly on recipient devices.
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Global Services
Global Roaming................................................................. 82
Calling from Outside Japan............................................. 83
Global Services
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Global Roaming
Selecting a Network Operator
SoftBank 007SH is Global Roaming Service eligible. Use the
same handset number outside Japan.
Handset connects to an appropriate network operator
automatically by default. Follow these steps to select a
network operator manually:
Switching Network Services
Handset connects to 3G Network automatically by default.
In Standby,
Follow these steps to change setting according to Network
networks
service provided by target network operator outside Japan:
Settings
Wireless &
・Use default Network service setting in Japan or other 3G
Network areas.
In Standby,
Settings
Wireless &
networks
Mobile networks
Mobile networks
Network operators
3G/GSM settings
Select operator
Network operator is set.
・Select Select automatically and press
to set an
appropriate network operator automatically.
・Select Search networks and press
3G/GSM settings opens.
Manual
3G/GSM ,
available network operators.
3G
or
GSM
Network service is set.
・To switch Network services automatically, select Auto
and press
.
to search for all
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Calling from Outside Japan
See SoftBank Mobile Website for details:
Calling Landlines & Mobiles within the
Same Country
http://mb.softbank.jp/en/global_services/
Access roaming area/rate information or print it out to carry
with you while traveling abroad.
In Standby, use keypad to enter number
Calling Japan
In Standby, use keypad to enter number
Roaming assistant appears.
・Do not add + before the number.
Stay country number
Roaming assistant appears.
・Do not add + before the number.
Japan number
Global Services
Handset dials the number.
Handset dials the number.
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International Call Operations
Calling Countries except Japan
Changing Country Codes
In Standby, use keypad to enter number
In Standby,
Settings
Call settings
Int'l call settings
User List
Select country/area
Change by list
Select country/area
・Select Entry direct and press
Register
to enter country name
and code directly.
Deleting Country Codes
Roaming assistant appears.
In Standby,
・Do not add + before the number.
Other country number
Settings
Int'l call settings
Select country/area
Call settings
User List
Delete from list
Enabling/Disabling Abroad Assistant
In Standby,
Settings
Int'l call settings
Call settings
Abroad
assistant
・Select Abroad assistant and press
(
Country code list appears.
Select country
Handset dials the number.
Calling SoftBank Handsets
Always select 日本(JPN) .
) and Disable (
).
to toggle Enable
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Settings
Wireless & Networks........................................................86
Sound Settings..................................................................88
Applications.......................................................................90
Accounts & Sync...............................................................92
Privacy............................................................................... 92
Language & Keyboard.......................................................93
Date & Time......................................................................94
About Phone......................................................................95
Settings
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Wireless & Networks
Home Network Settings
Enabling/Disabling DLNA Device Media File
Sharing
Wireless & Network Settings
Set up Wi-Fi for home NW server beforehand.
Offline Mode
Disabling/Enabling All Wireless Connections
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Offline mode
off (
to toggle on (
Settings
Wireless &
networks
Home network settings
Home network server
・Select Home network server and press
Wireless &
・Select Offline mode and press
In Standby,
(
)/off (
to toggle on
).
・See TV user guide to learn how to connect handset to
)/
DLNA-compatible TV.
).
Setting up a Network (Wi-Fi Access Point) for
DLNA Service
Wi-Fi
Enabling/Disabling Wi-Fi
Settings
networks
Wi-Fi
Wireless &
Select network
・Available when Home network server is off (
to toggle on (
)/off (
).
).
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Saving a Name that Appears on DLNA Devices
Enabling/Disabling Available Network
Settings
& networks
Home network settings
Wireless &
Wi-Fi Settings
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Wi-Fi for home NW server
In Standby,
・Select Wi-Fi and press
In Standby,
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Home network settings
Wireless &
Home network server name
Wireless
Enter name
OK
Wi-Fi settings
Network notification
・Available when Wi-Fi is on (
).
・Select Network notification and press
(
)/off (
).
Activating/Canceling Bluetooth ®
Selecting a Wi-Fi Sleep Option
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Wi-Fi settings
sleep policy
Wireless &
Wi-Fi
Select option
Enabling/Disabling Auto-login in Public WLAN
Service Areas
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Wi-Fi settings
login settings
Select Auto-login
Login ID field
Password field
Bluetooth
to toggle on
Wireless &
Auto
or
OFF
Enter ID
Select
Select
Enter password
OK
・Available when Wi-Fi is on (
Settings
networks
Bluetooth
・Select Bluetooth and press
(
).
・Setup procedure varies by ISP/contract terms.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Wireless &
to toggle on (
)/off
).
Bluetooth Settings
Connecting to Bluetooth ® Devices by Service
In Standby,
networks
Select service
ON
In Standby,
Select device
Select item
Settings
Wireless &
Bluetooth settings
(Long)
Options...
Connect
・Available for compatible devices only.
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Changing Handset Name that Appears on Other
Devices
Restoring Default Settings
In Standby,
Settings
& networks
networks
Bluetooth settings
Device name
Wireless &
OK
Selecting whether to Use Handsfree Device or
Operated Device as Means of Conversation
networks
Wireless &
Bluetooth settings
Detailed Bluetooth Settings
setting
Handsfree
VPN Settings
Switching between 3G and GSM Networks
Automatically
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Mobile networks
GSM settings
Settings
networks
VPN settings
・Select a VPN and press
Add
Complete setting
to connect/disconnect it.
Select one and Long Press
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Mobile networks
Wireless &
In Standby,
Select
Settings
& networks
to edit/delete it.
Wireless
Mobile networks
Network operators
Select
Select
(or select operator directly)
・Select Select automatically and press
Mobile Networks
to set an
appropriate network operator automatically.
・Select Search networks and press
Enabling/Disabling Mobile Data Transmissions
Settings
networks
Mobile networks
Wireless &
Data
transmission
・Select Data transmission and press
to search for
network operators again.
Settings
In Standby,
)/off (
3G/
Manual
Selecting a Network Operator
automatically
(
3G/
Network
Wireless &
Select item
Wireless &
Auto
GSM settings
Adding Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
VPN
Reset to
Switching between 3G and GSM Networks
Manually
Select option
In Standby,
Wireless
Mobile networks
default
・Pictograms and line breaks are not supported.
Settings
Settings
Access Point Names
Enter name
In Standby,
In Standby,
to toggle on
).
Enabling/Disabling Data Roaming
In Standby,
Settings
networks
Mobile networks
Wireless &
Data
roaming
・Select Data roaming and press
off (
to toggle on (
)/
).
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Adding Access Points
In Standby,
Settings
Wireless
Mobile networks
Access Point Names
Select item
Save
New APN
Complete setting
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Sound Settings
Vibrator Pattern
Changing Vibration Pattern
Sound Settings
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Manner Mode
Sound
Vibrator Pattern
pattern
Select
OK
Activating Manner Mode
In Standby,
settings
Settings
Incoming Calls Illumi
Sound
Manner mode
Select
option
Enabling/Disabling Indicator Lamp and Key
Illumination for Incoming Calls
In Standby,
Phone Vibe
Settings
settings
Sound
Incoming calls illumi
Set
ON/OFF
Enabling/Disabling Vibration
In Standby,
settings
Settings
off (
Sound
to toggle on (
to toggle on (
)/
).
・Disable Set ON/OFF to extend Battery Time.
Phone vibe
・Select Phone vibe and press
(
・Select Set ON/OFF and press
)/off
).
Setting Illumination for Incoming Calls
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Volume
Sound
Incoming calls illumi
Illumi pattern/color
Select item
OK
Setting Handset Volume
In Standby,
settings
・Select color for some illumination patterns.
Settings
Volume
Adjust volume
Sound
Select item
OK
In Standby,
・To apply ringtone volume level to notification sound,
select Use incoming call volume for notifications and
press
Changing Key Illumination Patterns
.
settings
Select option
OK
Notice Illumi
Setting Headphone Type
In Standby,
option
Sound
Incoming calls illumi
Key illumi pattern
Earphone Type
settings
Settings
Setting Illumination for Notifications
Settings
Sound
Earphone type
Select
OK
In Standby,
Settings
settings
option
Sound
Notice illumi
Select
OK
・Disable Notice illumi to extend Battery Time.
Melody
Calling Illumi
Setting Incoming Ringtone
In Standby,
settings
Settings
Melody
Sound
Select tone/file
・To play tones or files, select one and press
.
Enabling/Disabling In-Call Illumination
In Standby,
settings
OFF
Settings
Calling illumi
Sound
Set ON/
Select option
・Disable Calling illumi to extend Battery Time.
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Audible Selection
Setting In-Call Illumination
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Calling illumi
pattern/color
Enabling/Disabling Selection Sounds
Sound
Illumi
Select option
OK
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Sound
Audible selection
・Select Audible selection and press
(
・Select color for some illumination patterns.
)/off (
to toggle on
).
・Disable Audible selection to extend Battery Time.
Notification Sound
Screen Lock Sounds
Changing Notification Sound
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Sound
Notification sound
Enabling/Disabling Lock/Unlock Sounds for
Sleep Mode
In Standby,
Select tone/file
・To play tones or files, select one and press
Settings
settings
.
Sound
Screen lock sounds
・Select Screen lock sounds and press
(
Changing Duration for Notification Sound
Settings
settings
Enter time
・Select Ring single song and press
Haptic Feedback
Sound
Ring duration
setting
Ring time
OK
to play selected
tone/file until it ends.
Enabling/Disabling Vibration for Onscreen
Dialpad, Etc.
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Sound
Haptic feedback
・Select Haptic feedback and press
Notify by Illumi Blink
(
Settings
settings
・Select Notify by illumi blink and press
(
)/off (
Sound
Notify by illumi blink
to toggle on
).
・Disable Notify by illumi blink to extend Battery Time.
)/off (
).
Open/Close
Enabling/Disabling Indicator Lamp and Key
Illumination upon Handset Open/Close
In Standby,
settings
Settings
Sound
Open/close
Set ON/
OFF
・Select Set ON/OFF and press
Audible Touch Tones
to toggle on
Settings
Enabling/Disabling Indicator Lamp for
Notifications
In Standby,
to toggle on
).
・Disable Screen lock sounds to extend Battery Time.
Ring Duration
In Standby,
)/off (
off (
to toggle on (
)/
).
・Disable Set ON/OFF to extend Battery Time.
Enabling/Disabling Onscreen Dialpad Tones
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Audible touch tones
・Select Audible touch tones and press
(
)/off (
Sound
Setting Indicator Lamp for Handset Open/Close
In Standby,
to toggle on
).
settings
pattern/color
Settings
Open/close
Select option
Sound
Illumi
OK
・Disable Audible touch tones to extend Battery Time.
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・Select color for some illumination patterns.
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Setting Key Illumination for Handset Open/
Close
In Standby,
Settings
settings
Open/close
pattern
Select option
Sound
Unknown Sources
OK
Enabling/Disabling Installation of Non-Android
Market Applications
In Standby,
Enabling/Disabling Indicator Lamp and Key
Illumination upon Charging Start
settings
Application Settings
Key illumi
Charging Start
In Standby,
Applications
Settings
Applications
・Select Unknown sources and press
(
Sound
Charging start
Settings
Unknown sources
Set ON/
)/off (
to toggle on
).
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
OFF
・Select Set ON/OFF and press
off (
to toggle on (
)/
).
Setting Install Location
Setting Indicator Lamp for Charging Start
In Standby,
settings
pattern/color
Settings
Charging start
In Standby,
Sound
Illumi
Select option
OK
・Select color for some illumination patterns.
settings
illumi pattern
Settings
Charging start
Select option
Settings
Applications
Preferred install location
Select
option
Quick Launch
Setting Key Illumination for Charging Start
In Standby,
Preferred Install Location
Sound
Key
Assigning Applications to Hard Keys
In Standby,
Settings
Applications
Quick launch
OK
Select number
Select application
・Press
with number key to start assigned application.
・To delete shortcut, select number and Long Press
then select OK and press
,
.
File Transfer Mail Software
Setting Default Mailer for Sending Files
In Standby,
Settings
Applications
File transfer mail software
the mail software
Set
Select item
・Disable Set the mail software (
) to select a mailer
upon attaching a file.
Home Applications
Setting Home Screen Interface
In Standby,
Settings
Applications
Home applications
Select option
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Manage Applications
Enabling/Disabling Sleep Mode while Charging
Opening Application Properties
In Standby,
In Standby,
Settings
Applications
Manage applications
Select
Settings
Development
・Select Stay awake and press
application
(
Applications
Stay awake
to toggle on (
)/off
).
・Check version/memory usage, uninstall/force-stop
application, etc.
Enabling/Disabling Mock Locations
In Standby,
Running Services
Settings
Development
Applications
Allow mock
locations
Opening List of Active Services
In Standby,
・Select Allow mock locations and press
Settings
Applications
(
)/off (
to toggle on
).
Running services
・To stop active service, select one and press
select Stop and press
, then
.
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
Storage Use
Opening Application Storage Status
In Standby,
Settings
Applications
Storage use
Battery Use
Checking Battery Status/Usage Time
Settings
Applications
Battery use
Select item
・For some items, related function/setting name (e.g.,
Settings
In Standby,
Display settings for Display) appears in details
window; select it and press
to access settings.
Development
Enabling/Disabling Debug Mode upon USB
Connection
In Standby,
Settings
Development
・Select USB debugging and press
off (
Applications
USB debugging
to toggle on (
)/
).
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
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Accounts & Sync
Privacy
Account Synchronization Settings
Resetting Handset
Background Data
Reset All
Enabling/Disabling Automatic Application Data
Transmission in Background
In Standby,
Settings
sync
Background data
)/off (
In Standby,
Accounts &
・Select Background data and press
(
Deleting All Handset Files
OK
to toggle on
).
Settings
Reset all
Privacy
Enter Handset Code
Read message
Reset phone
Erase everything
・Handset reboots after Reset all, then Home Screen
・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen instructions.
interface selection appears; select ホーム (HOME)
・When enabled, inactive applications are also ready for
or ラウンドホーム (Round home) and press
automatic data transmission.
・Disable Background data to extend Battery Time.
reboot, selection appears each time
microSD and press
In Standby,
Settings
preinstalled applications irreversibly. SD Card files are
Accounts &
Auto-sync
・Select Auto-sync and press
to toggle on (
)/off
).
・Enable Background data (
) first.
Add Account
Adding Accounts
sync
Settings
Add account
Follow onscreen instructions
.
・Reset all deletes all handset files including some
Setting Automatic Application Sync
In Standby,
.
・To delete all SD Card files simultaneously, select Erase
Auto-sync
(
is pressed. To
hide, select 常にこの操作で使用する (Use by default for
this action) and press
sync
. After
Accounts &
Select item
also deleted if Erase microSD is selected (
).
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Language & Keyboard
Enabling/Disabling Flick Input
Language & Keyboard Settings
In Standby,
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Language &
Flick input
Select Language
・Flick Input is to flick key for target character.
・Select Flick input and press
Selecting Handset Interface Language
In Standby,
Settings
keyboard
Select language
(
Language &
Select
option
Settings
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Language &
Adjust sensitivity
Enabling/Disabling Toggle Input while Flick
Input is Enabled
Language &
User dictionary
Add
In Standby,
OK
Saving Words to User Dictionary
keyboard
)/off
Adjusting Flick Input Sensitivity
Flick sensitivity
User Dictionary
In Standby,
to toggle on (
).
Enter word
・Select a saved word and press
OK
to edit/delete it.
In Standby,
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Language &
Toggle input
・Toggle Input is to toggle characters by tapping keys.
・Select Toggle input and press
iWnn IME - SH edition
off (
Enabling/Disabling Key Tap Sound
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Language &
Sound on key press
)/off (
).
Enabling/Disabling Key Tap Vibration
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Auto cursor move
to toggle on
In Standby,
In Standby,
Language &
Select option
Settings
(
)/
Selecting Automatic Cursor Movement Option
In Standby,
・Select Sound on key press and press
to toggle on (
).
Language &
Vibrate on key press
・Select Vibrate on key press and press
(
)/off (
to toggle on
).
Enabling/Disabling Key Preview (Flick Input
Guidance)
In Standby,
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Language &
Key input guide
・Select Key input guide and press
off (
to toggle on (
)/
).
In Standby,
Settings
keyboard
iWnn IME - SH edition
Keyboard image
Select option
Language &
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Selecting a Keyboard Skin
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Date & Time
Select Date Format
Changing Date Format
Date & Time Settings
In Standby,
Settings
Select date format
Automatic
Setting Date Automatically
In Standby,
Settings
Date & time
Automatic
・Select Automatic and press
to toggle on (
)/off
).
(
Set Date
Setting Date Manually
In Standby,
Settings
Set date
Date & time
Select/enter date
Set
・Available when Auto is off (
).
Select Time Zone
Setting Time Zone Manually
In Standby,
Settings
Date & time
Select time zone
・Available when Auto is off (
Select area
).
Set Time
Setting Time Manually
In Standby,
Settings
Set time
Date & time
Select/enter time
Set
・Available when Auto is off (
).
Use 24-hour Format
Enabling/Disabling 24-hour Format
In Standby,
Settings
Date & time
Use 24-hour format
・Select Use 24-hour format and press
(
)/off (
).
to toggle on
Date & time
Select option
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About Phone
Major Update
Checking for a New Version of Android
Operating System Manually
Handset Information
In Standby,
Settings
Status
Major Update
About phone
Confirm update
Follow onscreen instructions
Checking Handset Status
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
Status
Upgrading Android Operating System
Download upgrade data on PC beforehand.
In Standby, connect handset to a PC via Micro USB Cable
Switch USB Connection Mode
Fast transfer mode
Battery Use
Settings
Checking Battery Status/Usage Time
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
Battery use
Select item
・For some items, related function/setting name (e.g.,
Major
Start update
・Available when a new version of Android operating
system is released.
Enabling/Disabling Automatic Update Check
Display settings for Display) appears in details
window; select it and press
About phone
Update
In Standby,
to access settings.
Settings
phone
About
Major Update
Check for
updates
Adjust Touch Panel
・Select Check for updates and press
(
)/off (
to toggle on
).
Calibrating Touch Panel
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
Adjust touch panel
Follow
onscreen instructions
Legal Information
Reading Copyright, Usage Terms, Etc.
Adjust Sensitivity of Sensor
Settings
Legal information
About phone
Select item
Calibrating Motion & Electromagnetic Sensors
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
Adjust sensitivity of sensor
OK
Follow onscreen instructions (tone sounds
when calibration completes)
OK
Handset complies with requirements as stipulated by the
Radio Law and Telecommunications
Checking for Firmware Updates & Downloading
as Required
Settings
Software update
onscreen instructions
Technical Regulations Conformity
Certification
Opening Technical Regulations Conformity
Certification Information (
, Etc.)
Software Update
In Standby,
Settings
In Standby,
About phone
Follow
Business Law. Follow these steps to check Technical
Regulations Conformity Certification information (
,
etc.):
In Standby,
phone
Settings
About
Technical Regulations Conformity
Certification
・See "Software Update" beforehand.
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Model Number
Confirming Model Number
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
・See below Model number .
Android Version
Confirming Android Operating System Version
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
・See below Android version .
Baseband Version
Confirming Baseband Version
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
・See below Baseband version .
Kernel Version
Confirming Kernel Version
In Standby,
Settings
About phone
・See below Kernel version .
Build Number
Confirming Build Number
In Standby,
Settings
・See below Build number .
About phone
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Appendix
Specifications....................................................................98
Customer Service.............................................................. 99
Appendix
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Specifications
Desktop Holder
Item
Handset
Input
Item
Description
Voltage/
123 g (140 g with battery) 1
Output
Continuous
230 minutes (3G) 1
Voltage/
Talk Time 2
230 minutes (GSM) 1
Current
Standby
Time 3
300 hours (3G) 1
240 hours
(GSM) 1
Continuous
One Seg
Reception
140 minutes 1
51.8 x 113 x 16.8-19.3 mm (clamshell
Size
closed, without protruding parts) 1
Maximum
0.25 W (3G)
Output
2.0 W (GSM)
1 Approximate value.
2 Continuous Talk Time is an average measured with a new,
fully charged battery, in strong signal conditions without
moving handset.
3 Continuous Standby Time is an average measured with a
new, fully charged battery, without calls or operations,
in strong signal conditions without moving handset. The
value is calculated with Data transmission and Quake Alert
disabled. Standby Time may vary with environment (e.g.,
battery strength, ambient temperature), settings, etc.
4 Continuous One Seg Reception Time is measured with a
new, fully charged battery, with AV mode set to Standard,
Brightness (Video setting) set to 10, Sound setting
and Smooth mode set to OFF, using Headphones with
Microphone (sold separately), until battery runs low (10%
of capacity).
・Talk Time, Standby Time and One Seg Reception Time when
Brightness (Display settings) is set to approximately half of
maximum (11 of 21).
・Talk Time/Standby Time/One Seg Reception Time may vary
with location, status, settings, etc.
・Display employs precision technology, however, some pixels
may remain on/off.
Battery
Item
Description
Voltage
3.7V
Battery Type
Lithium-ion
Capacity
820 mAh
Size
34.2 x 47.1 x 4.6 mm (without protruding
parts) 1
1 Approximate value.
Charging
Temperature
Size
DC 5.4V/700 mA
5 o C to 35 o C
131 x 31 x 47 mm 1
1 Approximate value.
5 hours 1
Time 4
Charging Time
DC 5.4V/700 mA
Current
Weight
Continuous
Description
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Customer Service
For information about SoftBank handsets or services, contact
us at the following numbers.
SoftBank Customer Support
General Information
From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 157
From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-919-0157
Customer Assistance (Repairs/Lost
Handsets)
From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 113
From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-919-0113
If you cannot reach a toll free number, use the following
number (charges apply) for your service area:
Hokkaido area, Tohoku area, Hokuriku area, KantoKoshinetsu area: 022-380-4380
Tokai area: 052-388-2002
Kansai area: 06-7669-0180
Chugoku-Shikoku area, Kyushu-Okinawa area:
092-687-0010
Smartphone Technical Support Center
From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 151
From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-1700-151
SoftBank Mobile Global Call Center
SoftBank handsets)
If handset is lost/stolen, call this number immediately
(international charges apply)
Appendix
From outside Japan, dial +81-3-5351-3491 (toll free from
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101
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions......................................................... 102
General Use..................................................................... 109
Handset & Hardware Care............................................. 111
General Notes................................................................. 113
FCC Notice...................................................................... 114
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).....................................115
Water & Dust Resistance.............................................. 115
Safety Precautions
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Safety Precautions
Read safety precautions before using handset.
Observe precautions to avoid injury to self or others, or
damage to property.
Handset, Battery, USIM Card, Desktop
Holder, Micro USB Cable, Micro USB
Charging Adapter, AC Charger (Sold
Separately) & SD Card
SoftBank Mobile is not liable for any damages resulting from
use of this product.
Safety Precautions
These labels indicate the degree of risk from improper use.
Make sure you thoroughly understand their meanings before
reading on.
Use specified battery, Desktop Holder, Micro
USB Cable, Micro USB Charging Adapter and
Charger only.
Non-specified equipment use may cause battery to leak,
Label
Description
Great risk of death or serious injury from
overheat, burst or ignite, and may cause Charger to
overheat, ignite, malfunction, etc.
improper use
Risk of death or serious injury from
improper use
Risk of minor injury or damage to
property from improper use
Do not disassemble, modify or solder handset
or related hardware.
May cause fire, injury, electric shock or malfunction.
These symbols indicate prohibited or compulsory actions. Make
sure you thoroughly understand their meanings before reading
on.
Symbol
Battery may leak, overheat, burst or ignite. Modifying
handsets is prohibited by the Radio Law and subject to a
penalty.
Description
Prohibited actions
Do not expose internal handset parts, battery,
Desktop Holder or Charger to liquids.
Disassembly prohibited
Do not let liquid-exposed internal parts remain wet; do not
charge wet battery. May cause overheating, electric shock,
Exposure to liquids prohibited
fire, injury or malfunction. Use handset/related hardware
properly/appropriately.
Use with wet hands prohibited
Compulsory actions
Unplug Charger from outlet
Do not charge battery in or expose handset
or related hardware to extreme heat (e.g.,
near fire or sources of heat, in direct sunlight,
inside vehicles, etc.).
May cause warping/malfunction; battery may leak,
overheat, ignite or burst. Handset or related hardware may
become hot to the touch, leading to burn injuries, etc.
Do not force battery/Charger into handset.
Confirm terminal/connector orientation and
retry.
Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.
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Do not place handset, battery, Desktop Holder
or Charger in/on ovens, microwave ovens,
pressure cookers, induction stoves or other
cooking appliances.
Battery may leak, overheat, burst or ignite. Handset/
Do not expose handset or related hardware to
hot air from dryers, etc. to dry them or for
any other purpose. Avoid saunas or hot water.
Battery may leak, overheat, burst or ignite. Handset,
Desktop Holder or Charger may overheat, emit smoke,
ignite, malfunction, etc.
Charger may overheat, emit smoke, ignite, malfunction, etc.
Keep handset off and Charger disconnected
near gas stations or places with fire/explosion
risk.
Handset use near petrochemicals or other flammables
Do not place handset or related hardware on
unstable surfaces.
may cause fire/explosion; power off before using Osaifu-
Handset or related hardware may fall, resulting in injury,
Keitai ® at gas stations (cancel Osaifu-Keitai Lock
beforehand).
Do not apply strong shocks or impacts.
malfunction, etc.; take added care when Vibration is set or
while charging.
Do not drop/throw handset or related hardware. Battery
Keep handset and related hardware out of
infants' reach.
may leak, overheat, burst or ignite, resulting in fire,
Infants may choke from swallowing handset or related
electric shock, malfunction, etc.
hardware or be injured, etc.
If there is unusual sound/odor, smoke or any
other abnormality:
If your child is using handset/related hardware,
explain all instructions and supervise usage.
Continued use may cause fire, electric shock, etc.; grasp
Misuse may cause injury, etc.
plug to disconnect Charger, power off, then remove
battery, being careful not to burn or injure yourself.
May cause short circuit, resulting in fire, malfunction, etc.
Safety Precautions
Keep liquids (water, pet urine, etc.) or
conductive material (pencil lead, metallic
strip, metal jewelry, etc.) away from battery
terminals, External Connector Port or HDMI
Port.
Do not charge battery while handset is wet.
May cause electric shock or short circuit, resulting in fire,
malfunction, etc.
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Battery
Read battery label to confirm battery type; use/dispose of
battery accordingly.
May cause skin damage.
Symbol
on Label
Li-ion00
If battery fluid contacts skin or clothes,
discontinue handset use and rinse with clean
water immediately.
Battery Type
Lithium-ion
If battery does not charge properly, stop
trying.
Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.
Do not dispose of battery in fire.
Battery may leak, burst, ignite, etc.
Do not damage battery (with a nail, hammer,
foot, etc.) or subject it to strong impacts or
shocks.
Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.
Keep wire or other metal objects away from
battery terminals. Do not carry/store battery
with conductive material (pencil lead, metallic
strip, metal jewelry, etc.).
If there is abnormal odor, excessive heat,
discoloration or distortion, remove battery,
being careful not to burn or injure yourself.
Avoid fire sources.
Continued use may cause battery to leak, overheat, burst,
ignite, etc.
Keep battery away from pets.
Pet bites may cause battery to leak, burst, overheat,
ignite, etc.
Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.
If battery fluid gets in eyes, do not rub; rinse
with water and consult a doctor immediately.
Eyes may be severely damaged.
Do not dispose of an exhausted battery with
ordinary refuse.
Tape over battery terminals before disposal. Take
battery to a SoftBank Shop, or follow the local disposal
regulations.
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Handset
Power off before boarding aircraft to avoid
possible radio wave interference with aircraft
operations.
Do not shine Mobile Light in eyes.
If mobile phone use is allowed on board, follow airline or
cabin crew instructions regarding handset use.
May temporarily affect eyesight or startle, leading to
accidents.
CAUTION:
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedure
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure. As the emission level from Mobile Light
LED used in this product is harmful to the eyes, do not
Users with a heart condition should adjust
ringtone Vibration and Volume as needed.
May cause heart damage.
attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Service is limited to
authorized service centers only.
If thunder is heard while outdoors, power off;
find cover.
There is a risk of lightning strike or electric shock.
Do not look into Infrared Port during infrared
transmissions.
■Mobile Light LED Properties
Eyesight may be affected.
a) Emission Duration: Continuous
b) Wavelength
White: 400 - 700 nm
c) Maximum Emission Output
White: 820 μW (4.3 mW inside handset)
Do not use handset while driving or cycling.
Accidents may result. Phone use while driving or cycling
is prohibited by law and subject to a penalty; park legally
Power off near electronic devices that employ
high precision control systems or weak signals.
May cause electronic malfunctions, etc. Take added care
Safety Precautions
beforehand.
near these devices: Hearing aids, implanted pacemakers/
defibrillators and other electronic medical equipment;
fire alarms, automatic doors and other automatic control
devices.
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Do not use handset when it may affect a
vehicle's electronic equipment.
Handset use inside vehicles may cause electronic equipment
to malfunction, resulting in accidents.
If you experience any skin irritation associated
with handset use, discontinue handset use and
consult a doctor.
Metal and other materials may cause skin irritation, rashes,
or itchiness depending on your physical condition.
Keep handset away from magnetic cards, etc.
Data on bank cards, credit cards, telephone cards, floppy
disks, etc. may be lost.
Do not swing handset by strap or TV Antenna.
May harm self or others; strap may break, resulting in
injury or handset malfunction/breakage.
Handset may become hot while in use,
especially at high temperature.
Prolonged contact with skin may cause burn injuries.
Always maintain some distance from Speaker
while ringtones, music or other handset sounds
play.
Excessive volume may damage ears or hearing.
Keep fingers, straps, etc. outside when
opening/closing handset.
May cause injury, breakage, etc.
Watch One Seg from a distance in good light.
Watching in poor light or too close may affect eyesight.
Moderate handset volume when using
Headphones.
Excessive volume may damage ears or hearing.
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Desktop Holder & AC Charger (Sold
Separately)
Plug Charger firmly into the outlet, keeping
the plug and Charger/Desktop Holder charging
terminals away from conductive material
(pencil lead, metallic strip, metal jewelry, etc.).
Do not cover/wrap Charger/Desktop Holder
while charging.
May cause electric shock, short circuit, fire, etc.
Charger/Desktop Holder may overheat, resulting in fire,
malfunction, etc.
Do not touch Charger plug with wet hands.
May cause electric shock, malfunction, etc.
Use only the specified voltage.
Non-specified voltages may cause fire, malfunction, etc.
・AC Charger: AC 100V-240V Input
・In-Car Charger (use in negative earth vehicles only): DC
Do not touch Charger if thunder is heard.
May cause electric shock, etc.
12V/24V Input
Do not use power adapters. Using Charger with step-up/
step-down transformer may cause fire, electric shock or
malfunction.
Do not use Desktop Holder inside vehicles.
Extreme temperature or vibration may cause fire or damage
handset, etc.
Leave Charger unplugged during periods of
disuse; grasp plug to disconnect it.
May cause electric shock, fire or malfunction.
Use only the specified fuse for In-Car Charger.
Do not expose Desktop Holder or Charger to
liquids/high humidity (e.g., precipitation, bath/
shower rooms, restrooms, etc.).
May cause fire, electric shock or malfunction.
Non-specified fuse may cause fire or malfunction. See InCar Charger manual for details.
May cause electric shock, smoke or fire.
Safety Precautions
If liquids (water, pet urine, etc.) seep
inside Charger, grasp plug and disconnect it
immediately.
If plug is dusty, grasp it and disconnect
Charger, then clean with dry cloth.
Fire may result.
May cause fire, etc. Use in negative earth vehicles only.
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Do not use In-Car Charger in positive earth
vehicles.
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Grasp plug and disconnect Charger before
cleaning.
Persons with implanted pacemaker/defibrillator
should keep handset more than 22 cm away.
May cause electric shock, etc.
Radio waves may interfere with implanted pacemakers or
defibrillators.
Always grasp plug (not cord) to disconnect
Charger.
Pulling the plug by cord may damage cord, causing electric
shock, fire, etc.
If you intend to use electronic medical
equipment other than implanted pacemaker/
defibrillator outside medical facilities, consult
the vendor on radio wave effects.
Radio waves may interfere with electronic medical
equipment.
Do not subject Charger to strong shocks or
impacts while it is plugged into the outlet.
May cause malfunction or injury.
Do not touch charging terminals of Desktop
Holder while it is connected to the outlet.
May cause burn injuries.
Observe these rules inside medical facilities
to avoid effects of radio waves on electronic
medical equipment:
・Do not enter an operating room or an Intensive or
Coronary Care Unit while carrying a handset.
・Keep handset off in hospitals.
・Even in lobbies or other places where handset use
is permitted, keep handset off near electronic medical
equipment.
Micro USB Cable & Micro USB Charging
Adapter
・Obey medical facility rules on mobile phone use.
Power off in crowds or trains where persons
with implanted pacemaker/defibrillator may be
near.
Radio waves may interfere with implanted pacemakers or
If you experience any skin irritation associated
with cable/adapter use, discontinue cable/
adapter use and consult a doctor.
Metal and other materials may cause skin irritation, rashes,
or itchiness depending on your physical condition.
Handset Use & Electronic Medical
Equipment
This section is based on "Guidelines on the Use of Radio
Communications Equipment such as Cellular Telephones and
Safeguards for Electronic Medical Equipment" (Electromagnetic
Compatibility Conference, April 1997) and "Report of
Investigation of the Effects of Radio Waves on Medical
Equipment, etc." (Association of Radio Industries and
Businesses, March 2001).
defibrillators causing such devices to malfunction.
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3D Images
General Use
General Use
・If your USIM Card or handset (with USIM Card inserted) is
lost or stolen, suspend your service immediately. For details,
Users with a history of photosensitivity, with
a heart condition or sleep loss/fatigue, under
the influence of alcohol, or in a poor physical
condition for other reasons, should avoid
shooting/viewing 3D images.
May worsen the condition.
contact SoftBank Customer Support, General Information.
・SoftBank Mobile is not liable for any damages resulting
from accidental loss/alteration of handset/SD Card files or
settings. Keep separate copies of contacts, etc.
・Handset transmissions/One Seg reception may be disrupted
inside buildings, tunnels or underground, or when moving
into/out of such places.
・Use handset without disturbing others.
・Handsets are radios as stipulated by the Radio Law. Under
the Radio Law, handsets must be submitted for inspection
Stop shooting/viewing 3D images if they
appear blurry or three-dimensional space is
hard to perceive.
Continued use may cause eye strain.
upon request.
・Handset use near landlines, TVs or radios may cause
interference.
・Beware of eavesdropping.
Because this service is completely digital, the possibility
of signal interception is greatly reduced. However, some
transmissions may be overheard.
Eavesdropping
Stop shooting/viewing 3D images if you
experience fatigue or discomfort (motion
sickness or any other similar symptom).
May affect physical condition; rest as needed. Take added
Deliberate/accidental interception of communications
constitutes eavesdropping.
・Beware of harmful/malicious websites. Take added care
when posting personal information, etc.
・An export license may be required to carry handset into
care aboard trains or in vehicles where Display tends to
other countries if it is to be used by or transferred to
shake.
another person. However, no such license is required when
you take handset abroad for personal use on a vacation
or business trip and then bring it back. Export control
regulations in the United States provide that an export
3D image shooting/viewing is suitable for ages
seven or over.
Children may not show clear signs of fatigue or
discomfort; may suddenly become sick while shooting/
license granted by the US government is required to carry
handset into Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria.
Camera
viewing 3D images. If your child is handling 3D images on
handset, supervise usage and watch for signs of eye strain.
・Mind your manners when using Camera.
・Test Camera before capturing/recording special moments.
videography is prohibited.
Rest your eyes approximately every 30 minutes
of 3D image viewing.
・Captured images may not be used/transferred without
copyright holder (photographer, etc.) permission, except for
personal use.
Prolonged shooting/viewing may cause eye strain.
3D Conversion
Look straight into Display when shooting/
viewing 3D images.
Viewing from an angle may cause eye strain.
away from face; images appear with an illusion of depth.
Images (shot with Camera or obtained from other sources)
whose copyright belongs to others are limited to private
use only even after converting to 3D on handset. Use of
such images beyond this limit may constitute copyright
infringement.
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Hold handset in front and keep it approximately 30 cm
Safety Precautions
・Do not use Camera in places where photography or
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3D Image Shooting
For eye safety, remember this point:
・If moving handset while shooting, do so slowly.
Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN)
Wireless LAN (hereafter "Wi-Fi") uses radio waves to enable
communication between compatible devices, thus allowing
connection to a local area network from anywhere within
the range. However, there is a risk of data interception
3D Image Viewing
・Perception of 3D effects varies from person to person.
・Keep Display parallel to your eyes while viewing 3D images.
unless security is established. It is advisable for the user to
configure security settings on their own responsibility before
using Wi-Fi.
・Do not use Wi-Fi near electrical appliances, audiovisual
equipment or office automation equipment; may affect WiFi transmission speed, availability, clarity, etc. (There is a
Function Usage Limits
USIM Card must be inserted to use handset. If the full handset
price has been paid, some functions are accessible without
USIM Card. For the procedure, contact a SoftBank Shop.
possibility of interference especially when a microwave oven
is in use.)
・The target access point may not be detected correctly if
there are multiple access points nearby.
■Precautions
The frequency band utilized by handset Wi-Fi is shared with
industrial, scientific or medical equipment, including household
In-Call/Transmission Cautions
・During calls/transmissions, calling/transmission charges/
fees apply even if other functions or operations are
simultaneously in use.
・Transmissions involving JavaScript or Flash ® may incur high
charges.
microwave ovens, etc., and used by radio stations, amateur
radio stations, etc. (hereafter "other radio stations").
1 Before using Wi-Fi, visually confirm that no other radio
stations sharing the same frequency band are in use nearby.
2 Should interference occur between handset and other radio
stations, move or disable Wi-Fi immediately.
3 For additional information and support, contact SoftBank
Customer Support, General Information: From a SoftBank
handset, call toll free at 157. To call toll free from a
Quake Alert (Application)
・By default, handset receives earthquake alerts (Quake Alert
Setting is active).
・Alert tones sound even in Manner mode.
landline/IP phone, see "Customer Service."
Frequency Band
This radio station utilizes 2.4 GHz band with DSSS-OFDM
modulation. Maximum transmission radius is 40 meters (131
feet).
・Alerts are not received during calls/transmissions or in poor
signal conditions.
・Depending on usage/situation, handset may receive alerts
for other areas or no alerts.
・Standby Time may decrease when Quake Alert Setting is
active.
・SoftBank Mobile cannot be held liable for any damages
associated with this service, including accidents resulting
from received information, reception timing or reception
failure.
■Simultaneous Use with Bluetooth ®
Both Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) and Bluetooth ® use the 2.4
GHz band. Therefore, Wi-Fi transmission speed, availability
and clarity may be affected when Bluetooth ® device is used
near handset or when handset Bluetooth ® is active. Should
interference occur, discontinue use of the Bluetooth ® device
or cancel handset Bluetooth ® .
・Handset supports Wi-Fi channels 1 - 13. Handset will not
connect to access points set to other channels.
・Available channels vary by country.
・For use of Wi-Fi aboard aircraft, check with airline
beforehand.
・In some countries/regions, such as France, there are
restrictions on the use of Wi-Fi. If you intend to use WiFi on handset abroad, check the local laws and regulations
beforehand.
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Bluetooth ® Function
SoftBank Mobile is not liable for any damages resulting from
data/information leakage due to use of handset Bluetooth ®
Handset & Hardware Care
Handset & Hardware Care
function.
■Precautions
The frequency band utilized by handset Bluetooth ® function
is shared with industrial, scientific or medical equipment,
・If handset is left with no battery or an exhausted one, data
may be altered/lost. SoftBank Mobile is not liable for any
resulting damages.
including household microwave ovens, etc., and used by radio
・Use handset within 5 o C - 35 o C (up to 40 o C for brief
stations, amateur radio stations, etc. (hereafter "other radio
periods in bath/shower rooms, etc.) and 35% - 90%
stations").
humidity.
1 Before using Bluetooth ® , visually confirm that no other
・Avoid extreme temperatures or direct sunlight.
radio stations sharing the same frequency band are in use
・Handset/battery may warm during operation or while
nearby.
2 Should interference occur between handset and other radio
stations, move or cancel Bluetooth ® function immediately.
3 For additional information and support, contact SoftBank
Customer Support, General Information: From a SoftBank
handset, call toll free at 157. To call toll free from a
landline/IP phone, see "Customer Service."
Frequency Band
This radio station utilizes 2.4 GHz band with FHSS modulation.
Maximum transmission radius is 10 meters (32 feet). It is not
charging. This is normal.
・Malfunction resulting from misuse is not covered by the
warranty.
・Exposing lens to direct sunlight may damage color filter and
affect image color.
・Battery may not charge properly if port/terminals are
obstructed by dust, etc. Clean with dry cloth, cotton swab,
etc.
・Clean handset with soft dry cloth. Using alcohol, thinner,
etc. may damage it.
possible for the radio station to avoid using the frequency
・Avoid scratching Display.
band of the mobile unit identification apparatus.
・Avoid heavy objects or excessive pressure. May cause
malfunction or injury.
・Do not sit on handset in back pants pocket.
・Do not place heavy objects on handset inside handbags,
packs, etc.
・Connect only specified products to Ports. Other devices may
malfunction or cause damage.
・Use a recommended HDMI cable (sold separately) only.
See SHARP Website (Japanese) for details: http://ktai.sharp.co.jp/peripherals/guide.html
・Do not force an HDMI cable into/out of HDMI Port.
・Place handset on a flat, stable surface when connected
to a TV via an HDMI cable; tilting an HDMI cable relative
to handset may prevent proper connection, causing
malfunction, etc.
・HDMI output size setting may affect 3G connections/
transmissions.
・Always power off before removing battery. If battery is
removed while saving data or sending mail, data may be lost,
loss or malfunction.
・When walking outside, moderate handset volume to avoid
accidents.
・Avoid covering Speaker while using handset.
Safety Precautions
changed or destroyed.
・Do not power off while using SD Card; may result in data
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Touch Panel
Preinstalled Games
・Touch Panel may not respond in these situations:
Enjoy complimentary preinstalled sample games.
・Use with gloves/long fingernails
・Deleted sample games (including those deleted by Reset all)
・Use of pens, pencils or sharp objects
cannot be restored; not available via the Internet or any
・Use with objects on/against Display
other channels.
・To prevent malfunctions, do not:
・Warranty does not cover sample games.
・Touch Display with wet fingers
・Sample games are designed exclusively for SoftBank 007SH
・Use if Display is wet
(not for use on other handset models).
・Subject Display to force/pressure
・Place labels or stickers over Display
・If Display is wet, wipe it with soft cloth.
・To improve response, calibrate Touch Panel as follows:
Settings
About phone
Adjust touch panel
Follow onscreen instructions
Picasa Web Albums Synchronization
Save a Google Account associated with Picasa Web Albums
to handset. If you save a Google Account to handset then
create a Picasa Web Albums account with that Google Account,
corresponding Picasa Web Albums is unsynchronizable on
Headphones
handset.
Use SHLDL1 (Headphones with Microphone) with SHDDU1 (3.5
mm Micro USB Plug); both sold separately. Other devices may
malfunction.
Extending Battery Time
Follow these steps to adjust settings at once to extend
Battery Time:
TV Antenna (Retractable)
Settings
Pull Antenna by top part fully. After use, gently retract
Antenna aligning top and bottom parts. Do not carry handset
with Antenna extended; damage may result.
Energy saving settings
Quick energy saving
Yes
・Alternatively, adjust each item separately: Lower
Brightness, shorten Screen timeout time and disable other
items.
・Use Energy saving rest mode to extend Battery Time by
Location Information in Photos
saving energy during specified time at a selected level.
When handset GPS function is active, Location Information is
added to captured photos automatically. (Location Information
is retained even after uploading photos to the Internet.) To
prevent this, select Disagree and press
in confirmation
that appears upon Camera startup, or follow these steps:
In Photo Viewfinder,
Save settings
Location information
Automatic addition
OFF
When Handset Freezes
If handset has stopped processing or won't respond to touch/
key press, restart it as follows:
Wait a few seconds
Remove battery
battery
Install
(Long)
Resetting Handset
Reset all deletes all handset files irreversibly. (Some
preinstalled applications are also deleted.) To delete all SD
Card files simultaneously, select Erase microSD before
tapping Reset phone .
Settings
all
phone
Privacy
Enter Handset Code
Erase everything
Reset
OK
Reset
Restoring Default Settings
Adjust each item separately. (Default settings cannot be
restored at once.)
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General Notes
Portrait Rights
Battery - CAUTION
Use specified battery or Charger only.
Non-specified equipment use may cause malfunctions, electric
shock or fire due to battery leakage, overheating or bursting.
Portrait rights protect individuals' right to refuse to be
Do not dispose of an exhausted battery with ordinary refuse;
photographed or to refuse unauthorized publication/use of
always tape over battery terminals before disposal. Take
their photographs. Portrait rights consist of the right to
battery to a SoftBank Shop, or follow the local disposal
privacy, which is applicable to all persons, and the right
regulations.
to publicity, which protects the interests of celebrities.
Charge battery in ambient temperatures between 5 o C and
Therefore, photographing others including celebrities and
35 o C; outside this range, battery may leak/overheat and
publicizing/distributing their photographs without permission
performance may deteriorate.
is illegal; use Camera responsively.
Copyrights
European RF Exposure Information
Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
Copyright laws protect sounds, images, computer programs,
designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves
databases, other materials and copyright holders. Duplicated
recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines
material is limited to private use only. Use of materials
were developed by the independent scientific organization
beyond this limit or without copyright holder permission may
ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the
constitute copyright infringement, and be subject to criminal
protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
punishment. Comply with copyright laws when using images
The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the
captured with Camera.
Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit for mobile
devices is 2 W/kg and the highest SAR value for this device
The software contained in handset is copyrighted material;
when tested at the ear was 0.463 W/kg*. As mobile devices
copyright, moral right and other related rights are protected
offer a range of functions, they can be used in other
by copyright laws. Do not copy, modify, alter, disassemble,
positions, such as on the body as described in this use
decompile or reverse-engineer the software; do not separate
guide**. In this case, the highest tested SAR value is 0.437
it from hardware in whole or part.
W/kg. As SAR is measured utilizing the device's highest
transmitting power the actual SAR of this device while
Electromagnetic Waves
operating is typically below that indicated above. This is
due to automatic changes to the power level of the device
to ensure it only uses the minimum level required to reach
For body-worn operation, this phone has been tested and
meets RF exposure guidelines when used with accessories
containing no metal, that position handset a minimum of 15
mm from the body. Use of other accessories may not ensure
compliance with RF exposure guidelines.
the Network. The World Health Organization has stated that
present scientific information does not indicate the need for
any special precautions for the use of mobile devices. They
note that if you want to reduce your exposure then you can
do so by limiting the length of calls or using a handsfree
device to keep the mobile phone away from the head and body.
*The tests are carried out in accordance with international
CE Declaration of Conformity
**Please see "Electromagnetic Waves" for important notes
regarding body-worn operation.
restrictions on the use of Wi-Fi. If you intend to use Wi-Fi
on the handset abroad, check the local laws and regulations
beforehand.
Hereby, Sharp Telecommunications of Europe Ltd, declares
that 007SH is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Headphone Signal Level
The maximum output voltage for the music player function,
measured in accordance with EN 50332-2, is 24.0 mV.
Safety Precautions
In some countries/regions, such as France, there are
guidelines for testing.
A copy of the original declaration of conformity for each
model can be found at the following Internet address: http://
www.sharp.co.jp/k-tai/
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FCC Notice
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC RF Exposure Information
Your handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits
for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission of the U.S. Government.
The guidelines are based on standards that were developed
by independent scientific organizations through periodic
and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards
include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The
FCC Information to User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation; if this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient/relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
exposure standard for wireless handsets employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg.
The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g. at the
ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each
model.
The highest SAR value for this model handset as reported to
the FCC when tested for use at the ear is 0.707 W/kg, and
when worn on the body in a holder or carry case, is 1.01 W/kg.
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations
with the back of the handset kept 1.0 cm from the body.
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements,
use accessories that maintain a 1.0 cm separation distance
between the user's body and the back of the handset. The
use of beltclips, holsters and similar accessories should not
contain metallic components in its assembly.
The use of accessories that do not satisfy these requirements
may not comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, and
should be avoided.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this
model handset with all reported SAR levels evaluated as
in compliance with the FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR
information on this model handset is on file with the FCC
and can be found at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid under the
Display Grant section after searching on the corresponding
FCC ID (APYHRO00144).
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR)
can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
Association (CTIA) Website at http://www.ctia.org.
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Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Water & Dust Resistance
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Water & Dust Resistance
SoftBank 007SH meets the government's requirements for
SoftBank 007SH complies with IPX5 (former JIS protection
exposure to radio waves.
level 5) 1 and IPX7 (former JIS protection level 7) 2 water
These requirements are based on scientific basis to assure
protection standards as well as IP5X (JIS protection level 5) 3
that radio waves emitted from mobile phones and other
dust protection standard, with Port Cover and Battery Cover
handheld wireless devices do not affect human health. They
closed firmly.
require that the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), which is
the unit of measurement for the amount of radiofrequency
1 IPX5
absorbed by the body, shall not exceed 2 W/kg*. This limit
function as a phone after being subjected to a water jet
compliant means that a handset continues to
includes a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
(approximately 12.5 liters/min.) discharged from a nozzle
safety of all persons, regardless of age or health, and meets
(inner diameter: 6.3 mm), from all directions (approximately 3
the international standard set by International Commission on
m from handset) for at least 3 minutes.
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) in cooperation with
2 IPX7
World Health Organization (WHO).
as a phone after being gently submerged to the depth of
compliant means that a handset continues to function
The highest SAR value of SoftBank 007SH is 0.437 W/kg. SAR
1 m in still tap water at room temperature, left there for
tests were conducted with handset transmitting at its highest
approximately 30 minutes, then removed from it.
certified power level in accordance with testing methods
3 IP5X
set by the government. While there may be differences
as a phone and its safety is maintained after being agitated in
between the SAR levels for various handsets, they all meet
a device containing dust of 75 μm or smaller in diameter for 8
the governmental requirements for safe exposure. The actual
hours, then removed from the device.
SAR level of the handset while operating can be well below
the highest value.
This is because the handset is designed to operate at multiple
power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the
Network.
Additional information on SAR can be obtained on the
following Websites.
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC)
http://www.tele.soumu.go.jp/e/sys/ele/index.htm
Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB)
http://www.arib-emf.org/ (Japanese)
*Requirements are stipulated in Radio Law (Ordinance
Regulating Radio Equipment, Article 14-2).
compliant means that a handset continues to function
・Water/dust resistance may be affected under some
circumstances. Malfunction resulting from misuse is not
covered by the warranty.
・SoftBank 007SH is compliant with IPX5, IPX7 and IP5X
water/dust protection standards. However, ingress of dirt,
sand, mud, metal powder, food, beverage, etc. may cause
malfunction.
■Important Notes
・Close Battery Cover and Port Cover firmly. Debris (hair,
sand, fibers, etc.) trapped between Cover and base may
expose handset to liquid/dust.
・If Battery/Port Cover is left open liquid exposure may cause
handset malfunction/electric shock. Power off, then remove
battery.
・If handset is wet, wipe it with dry cloth.
・Do not open/close Battery/Port Cover with wet hands or
while handset is wet.
between 5 o C - 35 o C.
Safety Precautions
・Handset is only water resistant against fresh/tap water
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Precautions
・Do not subject handset to soap, detergent, bath powder/oil,
sea/pool/spa water, hot water, etc.
・Rinse off sea/pool water, beverage, dirt, sand, mud, etc.
Care & Maintenance
・Proper care of the gaskets around Port Cover and Battery
Cover is crucial for continued handset water/dust
resistance. Observe the following:
immediately; residue may cause malfunction if allowed to
・Do not remove or damage gaskets. Keep them clean.
dry.
・Do not insert sharp objects through Port/Battery Cover
・Rinse off sand, dirt, etc. completely before use; any residue
may damage handset causing malfunction.
・Do not soak handset in bath or pool; never use it in water
(including opening/closing of handset and pressing keys).
・Handset is not resistant to water pressure. Avoid high-
gaps; may damage gasket and affect water/dust resistance.
・If Port/Battery Cover gasket is damaged or deformed,
replace it with a new one. For gasket replacements, contact
a SoftBank Shop.
・To maintain water/dust resistance, replace related parts
pressure water/shower (over 6 liters/min.) or water
every two years regardless of their condition. Customer-
immersion.
requested parts replacement incurs fees and requires
・Do not expose handset to extreme humidity for long
periods; avoid prolonged use in bath/shower rooms.
handset submission. For details, contact a SoftBank Shop or
SoftBank Customer Support, General Information.
・Do not use in saunas. Avoid hot air from dryers, etc.
・Use handset within 5 o C - 35 o C (up to 40 o C for brief
periods in bath/shower rooms, etc.) and 35% - 90%
Washing Handset
humidity.
・Avoid extreme temperatures (e.g., near stoves, inside
refrigerators, etc.).
・Volume may be low when Microphone/Earpiece/Speaker is
wet; dry handset before use (see "Drying Handset").
・Battery, Desktop Holder and optional accessories are not
water or dustproofed.
・Do not subject handset to strong shocks or impacts; do not
poke Microphone, Earpiece, Speaker, Camera Ornament, etc.
with a cotton swab or sharp object; water/dust resistance
may be affected.
・Avoid placing handset directly on sand. Sand may penetrate
Earpiece, Speaker, etc., resulting in low volume.
・Sand, etc. trapped in the hinge may cause excessive friction
or noise when opening/closing handset.
・Touch Panel may not respond properly if wet or touched
with wet fingers.
・Do not move handset directly from a cold place to a warm
humid place; condensation may occur. Should this happen,
dry handset naturally at room temperature.
・SoftBank 007SH does not float on water.
・Keep handset out of heavy rain.
・Do not let liquid-exposed handset remain wet; exposure to
cold may freeze liquid causing malfunction.
・Damaged Battery/Port Cover affects water/dust resistance;
contact a SoftBank Shop.
Charging Precautions
・Battery, Desktop Holder and optional accessories are not
water or dustproofed. Avoid exposure to liquids/high
humidity (e.g., precipitation, bath/shower rooms, restrooms,
etc.); may cause fire, electric shock or damage.
・Never charge battery while handset is wet; may cause fire
or damage due to electric shock or short-circuit.
・Close Port Cover firmly after charging without using
Desktop Holder.
・Do not touch Desktop Holder or Charger with wet hands.
Electric shock may occur.
・Do not use Desktop Holder or Charger in rooms in which
water is regularly in use (kitchens, bath/shower rooms,
etc.); may cause fire or electric shock.
Wipe off dirt, sand, beverage, etc., gently with cloth. Then
with Battery Cover closed, hold handset approximately 10 cm
below faucet or shower head and wash with low-pressure tap
water (6 liters/min. or lower) at normal temperature (5 o C 35 o C). Wash with your hands, taking care not to open Covers;
do not use a brush or sponge. Dry handset before use.
・Before washing handset, make sure that Battery Cover and
Port Cover are closed firmly.
・Do not use a washing machine or ultrasonic cleaner.
・Do not place handset in a microwave oven to dry it.
Battery/handset may leak, burst, overheat or ignite; may
cause malfunction, accident or injury.
・Do not dry handset by exposing it to extreme heat (e.g., hot
air from dryers, etc.); may cause warping, discoloration or
damage.
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Drying Handset
Important
Dry hinge, Microphone, Earpiece, Speaker and Camera
Do not use wet handset.
Ornament after washing handset.
・Voice quality may be affected, or moisture may transfer
to clothes, bag, etc.
・Moisture may short-circuit Ports.
・Exposure to cold may freeze moisture causing
Wipe handset surface with dry cloth
malfunction.
Holding hinge firmly by its sides, shake handset about 20
times
room temperature
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Leave handset on dry cloth for approximately 2 - 3 hours at
Safety Precautions
Pat against dry cloth to remove moisture from grooves
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A
About Phone......................................................................95
About USIM Card................................................................ 7
Accounts & Sync...............................................................92
Activating Sleep Mode..................................................... 33
Android Market................................................................. 30
Applications.......................................................................22
Applications.......................................................................90
007SH User Guide Index
B
Battery Installation..........................................................12
Browsing the Internet......................................................64
C
Calling from Outside Japan............................................. 83
Capturing 3D Images........................................................ 70
Charging Battery.............................................................. 14
Connecting to Wi-Fi......................................................... 74
Creating/Sending Email.................................................... 62
Creating/Sending Gmail....................................................60
Customer Service.............................................................. 99
Customizing Home Screen................................................ 41
D
Date & Time......................................................................94
Display Positions.............................................................. 16
E
Email Settings...................................................................62
F
FCC Notice...................................................................... 114
G
General Notes................................................................. 113
General Use..................................................................... 109
Global Roaming..................................................................82
H
Handling S! Mail/SMS....................................................... 59
Handset & Hardware Care............................................. 111
Handset Interface.............................................................20
Handset Power On/Off.................................................... 15
I
Introduction.........................................................................3
SoftBank 007SH
Home Screen Basics.......................................................... 37
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L
Language & Keyboard.......................................................93
Launcher Basics................................................................ 43
Using Address Book.......................................................... 52
Using Bluetooth ® ..............................................................77
Using Google Accounts.....................................................28
Using Handset Keys..........................................................17
Using Sub Display............................................................. 44
M
Mail Types......................................................................... 56
Mobile Manners................................................................. 24
Music.................................................................................. 72
My Phone Number............................................................. 23
N
Notifications Panel...........................................................40
O
Opening Received Email....................................................63
Opening Received Gmail................................................... 61
Optional Services..............................................................47
P
Package Contents............................................................... 6
Parts & Functions...............................................................6
Photo Camera & Video Camera........................................68
Placing/Answering Calls................................................... 46
Privacy............................................................................... 92
R
Receiving & Replying S! Mail/SMS...................................58
S
SD Card................................................................................ 9
Safety Precautions......................................................... 102
Security Codes.................................................................. 31
Sending S! Mail/SMS.........................................................56
Software Update.............................................................. 33
Sound Settings..................................................................88
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).....................................115
Specifications....................................................................98
Standby Basics.................................................................. 36
Status Bar......................................................................... 39
Still Images & Video.........................................................72
T
Text Entry (Handset Keys).............................................. 25
Text Entry (Touch Panel).................................................26
U
USIM PIN............................................................................32
Using Touch Panel............................................................ 18
W
Water & Dust Resistance.............................................. 115
Wireless & Networks........................................................86
SoftBank 007SH User Guide
August 2011, First Edition
SOFTBANK MOBILE Corp.
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Model : SoftBank 007SH
Manufacturer : SHARP CORPORATION