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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Introduction
● "Instruction Manual" (PDF file)
Operations and settings of each function are
explained. It can be downloaded from NTT DOCOMO
website.
https://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/support/
trouble/manual/download/index.html
Thank you for your purchase of "SO-02H".
For proper use of the SO-02H, read this manual
carefully before and while you use the SO-02H.
* You can download the latest information of " ク
イックスタートガイド (Quick Start Guide)". The
URL and contents are subject to change
without prior notice.
About manuals of SO-02H
In addition to this manual, the operations of SO-02H
are described in " クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start
Guide)" (in Japanese only) and "Instruction Manual"
application of the terminal (in Japanese only).
● " クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start Guide)"
(Supplied accessories)
The initial operations and settings after purchasing
the terminal, screen view contents and operations of
main function are explained.
● "Instruction Manual" (Application of the terminal)
Operations and settings of each function are
explained. To use "Instruction Manual" application,
from the Home screen, u[Instruction Manual].
When using for the first time, download and install
the application according to the onscreen
instructions. If you uninstall "Instruction Manual"
application, access to Google Play from Play Store to
download it again. From the Home screen, tap [Play
Store], search " 取扱説明書 (Instruction Manual)"
application to select, then install it following the
onscreen instructions. You can use the application as
an electronic book. You can also shift to actual
operations by tapping the description in the contents
or view reference contents.
❖Note
Reproduction or reprint of all or part of this manual
without prior permission is prohibited.
・ Important information for SO-02H is posted in the
following website. Be sure to check before using.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/support/use_support/
product/so-02h/ (In Japanese only)
・
Operation descriptions
In this manual, each key (key icon) operation is
described with P, k, b, h, n. And
selection operations of the icons or function items
on the touch screen are described as follows.
Description
From the Home
screen, u
[Settings]u[About
phone].
Operation
From the Home screen, tap
(Apps button), and then tap
"Settings" on the next screen and
"About phone" on the following
screen in order.
Touch and hold an Keep touching an icon longer (1icon.
2 seconds).
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
Display examples and illustrations used in this
manual are just images for explanations and may be
different from actual ones.
In this manual, the easier procedure is described for
the functions and settings which have multiple
operating procedures.
Please note that "SO-02H" is called "the terminal" in
this manual.
In this manual, explanations for "docomo LIVE UX" as
Home application are provided (P.60).
In this manual, the instructions are described with
the default Home screen. If you set the other
application to the home screen, the operations may
differ from the descriptions.
1
Supplied accessories
・
・
安全上/取り扱い上のご注意
(Notes on usage Safety/Handling
precautions) (In Japanese only)
SO-02H (with warranty)
・
・ クイックスタートガイド (Quick Start Guide)
(In Japanese only)
SO-02H のご利用にあたっての注意事項
TV/Mobacas antenna cable SO02
For optional accessories compatible with the
terminal (optional) , refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
https://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/product/
option/ (In Japanese only)
2
Contents
■ Supplied accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
■ About using the terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
■ Safety Precautions (Always follow these
directions) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
16
22
■ Handling precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
■ Waterproofness/Dustproofness . . . . .
Before Using the Terminal . . . 27
Part names and functions................................................27
docomo nano UIM card....................................................28
CE mark and FCC ID.............................................................30
Charging.....................................................................................31
Turning power on/off.........................................................36
Initial settings...........................................................................37
Basic operations.....................................................................38
Notification LED .....................................................................42
Status bar ...................................................................................42
Notification panel .................................................................45
Quick settings panel............................................................45
Home screen............................................................................46
Xperia™ Application screen ..........................................52
Task manager...........................................................................59
Switching Home application.........................................60
Searching information in the terminal and web
pages ............................................................................................61
Character entry.......................................................................61
Setting character entry......................................................67
docomo LIVE UX . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Home screen............................................................................68
Managing the Home screen ..........................................68
Application screen................................................................70
Display all apps....................................................................... 72
Backing up and restoring the Home screen........ 72
Using My Magazine............................................................. 73
Checking Home application information.............. 74
Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Making/Receiving a call.................................................... 75
Operations during a call ................................................... 80
Call history................................................................................. 82
Call settings .............................................................................. 84
Phonebook ............................................................................... 85
Mail/Web browser . . . . . . . . . . . 90
docomo mail ........................................................................... 90
Message (SMS)........................................................................ 90
Email.............................................................................................. 93
Gmail............................................................................................. 97
Early Warning "Area Mail"................................................. 98
Browser........................................................................................ 99
Apps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
dmenu ...................................................................................... 102
dmarket.................................................................................... 102
Play Store ................................................................................ 102
Osaifu-Keitai .......................................................................... 104
Mobacas .................................................................................. 108
TV ................................................................................................. 114
FM radio................................................................................... 120
Camera ..................................................................................... 121
Album ....................................................................................... 134
YouTube .................................................................................. 136
Media Player.......................................................................... 136
Contents/Precautions
3
Location services................................................................ 138
Schedule.................................................................................. 141
Alarm & clock........................................................................ 142
docomo backup ................................................................. 144
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Viewing the setting menu............................................ 147
Wireless & networks.......................................................... 147
Device........................................................................................ 157
Personal.................................................................................... 164
System....................................................................................... 173
File management . . . . . . . . . . 175
Storage structure................................................................ 175
File operation........................................................................ 178
Appendix/Index . . . . . . . . . . . .195
Troubleshooting................................................................. 195
あんしん遠隔サポート (Anshin Enkaku Support)
....................................................................................................... 202
Warranty and After Sales Services ........................... 203
Software Update ................................................................ 206
Connecting to a PC to upgrade................................ 210
Main specification ............................................................. 210
Certificate and compliance ......................................... 215
End User Licence Agreement .................................... 216
Export Controls and Regulations ............................. 217
Intellectual Property Right ........................................... 217
SIM unlock.............................................................................. 221
Index .......................................................................................... 222
Data communication . . . . . . . 179
Bluetooth function............................................................ 179
NFC communication........................................................ 181
External device connection . 184
Connecting to PC............................................................... 184
Connecting DLNA device ............................................. 185
International roaming . . . . . . 187
Overview of International roaming (WORLD
WING)......................................................................................... 187
Available overseas service ............................................ 187
Before using overseas...................................................... 188
Making/Receiving a call in the country you stay
....................................................................................................... 190
International roaming settings.................................. 192
After returning to Japan................................................. 194
Contents/Precautions
4
Contents/Precautions
About using the terminal
The terminal supports LTE, W-CDMA, GSM/
GPRS and Wireless LAN Systems.
・ Because a terminal operates using radio
frequencies, it cannot be used inside a tunnel,
underground, in a building or other locations
where radio waves do not reach the terminal,
in locations with weak radio wave condition,
or out of Xi/FOMA service area. The services
may not be available on the upper floors of
high-rise apartments or buildings, even if
there are no obstructions around you. On
occasion, your calls may become
disconnected even in areas with strong radio
wave condition, even if you are not moving, or
even if there are 4-signal icon in the terminals
display.
・ Because your terminal uses radio waves to
communicate, it is possible that a third party
may attempt to tap your calls. However, the
LTE, W-CDMA, GSM/GPRS system
automatically scrambles all calls through a
private call feature. Therefore, even if the third
party successfully intercepts your call, they
will only hear noise.
・
The terminal operates on radio frequencies by
converting voice into digital signals. If the
caller moves into an area of adverse radio
wave condition, the digital signal may not be
restored accurately, and the voice received in
the call may differ slightly from the actual
voice.
・ Note down the information saved in the
terminal in a separate note on a regular basis
or save to an external recording medium such
as a microSD card or PC. Note that DOCOMO
assumes no responsibility for any loss of saved
contents of data resulting from malfunction,
repair, changing of the model or other
handling of the terminal.
・ As with PCs, some user-installed applications
may disrupt the stability of the terminal
performance, or unexpectedly transmit
information via the Internet causing improper
use of your location information as well as
personal information recorded on the
terminal. Therefore, verify the supplier and
operating conditions of the applications to be
used before using them.
・ This terminal has FOMA Plus-Area and FOMA
HIGH-SPEED Area support.
・ The terminal does not support i-mode sites
(programs) or i-Dppli.
・
Contents/Precautions
5
The terminal automatically performs
communication for synchronizing data,
checking the latest software version, and
maintaining a connection with the server, and
for other purposes. If you transmit a large
amount of data, such as when downloading
applications or watching video, a packet
communication charge becomes high.
Subscription to Packet Pack/packet flat-rate
service is highly recommended.
・ Depending on the applications or service you
use, packet communication charge may be
applied even in Wi-Fi communication.
・ Since Mobacas is a service linking
communication, using the service requires
packet communication charge. Subscription
to Packet Pack/packet flat-rate service is
recommended.
・ Public mode (Driving mode) is not supported.
・ Setting the terminal to silent mode does not
mute sounds for shutter, playback of video or
music, dialpad operation sound during a call
or sound emitted when is tapped, etc.
・ The name of the operator is displayed on the
lock screen (P.37).
・ To check your phone number (own number),
from the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[About phone]u[Status] to
see "My phone number".
・ To check the software version, from the Home
screen, u[Settings]u[About phone].
・
If available memory in the microSD card or
the terminal is low, running applications may
not operate correctly. In that case, delete the
saved data.
・ You can update software on the terminal to
the latest one (P.206, P.210).
・ The operating system (OS) may be upgraded
via software updates to improve the quality of
the terminal. For this reason, you always need
to use the latest OS version. And some
applications that used in the previous OS
version may not be available or some
unintended bugs may occur.
・ You can use the terminal only with a docomo
nano UIM card. If you have a docomo mini
UIM card, UIM, or FOMA card, bring it to a
docomo Shop to replace it with a docomo
nano UIM card.
・ Set password etc. for screen lock to ensure the
security of your terminal for its loss (P.168).
・ If your terminal is lost, change your each
account password to invalidate
authentication using a PC to prevent other
persons from using Google services such as
Gmail or Google Play, or SNS, etc.
・ For services provided by Google, refer to
Google Terms of Service. For other web
services, refer to each terms of service.
・ Applications and service contents are subject
to change without prior notice.
・
Contents/Precautions
6
The terminal supports only sp-mode, mopera
U and Business mopera Internet. Other
providers are not supported.
・ To use tethering, subscription of sp-mode is
required.
・ If you want to use tethering, subscription to
Packet Pack/packet flat-rate service is strongly
recommended.
・ For details on usage charge, refer to NTT
DOCOMO website.
・ Display is manufactured by taking advantage
of highly advanced technology but some
dots may be always or never lit. Note that, this
shows characteristics of liquid crystal displays
and not defects in the terminals.
・ DOCOMO is not liable to any failures or
malfunctions for commercially available
optional equipment.
・
Safety Precautions (Always
follow these directions)
For safe and proper use of the terminal, please
read the "Safety Precautions" prior to use.
Keep the Manual in a safe place for future
reference.
■ ALWAYS observe the safety precautions since
they intend to prevent personal injury or
property damage.
■ The following symbols indicate the different
levels of injury or damage that may result if
the guidelines are not observed and the
terminal is used improperly.
■
DANGER
Failure to
observe these
guidelines may
immediately
result in death
or serious
injury.
WARNING
Failure to
observe these
guidelines may
result in death
or serious
injury.
CAUTION
Failure to
observe these
guidelines may
result in injury
and property
damage.
Contents/Precautions
7
■
The following symbols indicate specific
directions.
Indicates prohibited actions.
1. Handling the terminal, adapter,
docomo nano UIM card, and TV/
Mobacas antenna cable (common)
Don’t
DANGER
Indicates not to disassemble.
No disassembly
Don’t
No liquids
No wet hands
Do
Unplug
■
Indicates not to use where it could
get wet.
Indicates not to handle with wet
hands.
Indicates compulsory actions in
accordance with instructions.
Indicates to remove the power plug
from the outlet.
Don’t
No disassembly
"Safety Precautions" are described in the
following categories:
1. Handling the terminal, adapter, docomo nano
UIM card, and TV/Mobacas antenna cable
(common) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2. Handling the terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3. Handling the adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
4. Handling the docomo nano UIM card . . . . . . . 14
5. Handling the terminal near electronic medical
equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
6. Material list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
No liquids
Do not use, store or leave the equipment in
hot places (e.g. by the fire, near a heater,
under a kotatsu, in direct sunlight, in a car in
the hot sun) (including wearing the
equipment by putting in a pocket of clothes
etc.).
Doing so may cause fire, burns or injury.
Do not place equipment inside cooking
appliance such as a microwave oven or highpressure containers.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not disassemble or modify the
equipment.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not let the equipment get wet with
water, drinking water, urine of pet animals,
sweat, etc.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Waterproofness → P.22 "Waterproofness/
Dustproofness"
Contents/Precautions
8
No liquids
Do
Do not allow liquid (water, drinking water,
urine of pet animals, perspiration, etc.) to
enter the charging jack, headset jack, or
microUSB jack.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Waterproofness → P.22 "Waterproofness/
Dustproofness"
Do
Use optional devices specified by NTT
DOCOMO for the terminal.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
CAUTION
Do not subject the equipment to excessive
force or throw it.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Don’t
Do not place on an unstable or inclined
platform.
Doing so may cause the device to fall and
cause injury.
Keep the headset jack or microUSB jack off
conductive materials (metal pieces, pencil
lead, etc.). Never allow these objects to get
inside.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Don’t
Do not keep in a place that is very humid,
dusty, or subject to high temperature.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
WARNING
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Do
If you notice anything unusual about the
equipment such as an unusual odor,
overheating, discoloration or deformation
during operation, charging or storage,
immediately perform the following
measures.
・Remove the power plug from the power
outlet or cigarette lighter
・Power off the terminal
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do
If children use the terminal, parents or
guardians should give them the proper
instructions for use. Make sure that they use
the terminal as instructed.
Failure to do so may cause injury.
Do
Keep the equipment out of the reach of
babies and infants.
Failure to do so may cause accidental
ingestion, injury, or electric shock.
Do not cover or wrap the equipment with a
cloth or bedding in use or while charging.
Doing so may cause fire or burns.
Power off the terminal before you step into a
place where flammable gas can leak, such as
gas stations. Stop charging if you charge the
battery.
Gas may catch fire.
When using Osaifu-Keitai in a place such as a
gas station, turn OFF the terminal before using
it (When NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock is activated,
deactivate it before turning OFF the terminal).
Contents/Precautions
9
Do
Be careful especially when using the
terminal connected to the adapter
continuously for a long time.
If you play a game, watch videos or TV, etc. for
a long time while charging, the temperature
of the terminal and adapter may rise.
If you are directly in contact with hot parts for
a long period of time, it may cause your skin to
become red, itchy, or develop a rash
depending on your physical condition and
also it may cause low-temperature burn.
WARNING
Don’t
Don’t
2. Handling the terminal
■
Type of internal battery for the terminal is as
follows.
Display
Li-ion 00
Type of Battery
Lithium Ion Battery
Don’t
DANGER
Don’t
Do not throw the terminal into fire or apply
heat.
Doing so may cause internal battery to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
Don’t
Do not put excessive force such as sticking a
nail into the terminal, hitting it with a
hammer, or stepping on it.
Doing so may cause internal battery to ignite,
burst, heat or leak.
Do
If the internal battery fluid etc. contacts eyes,
immediately flush the eyes with clean water
and see a doctor right away. Do not rub the
eyes.
Failure to do so may cause blindness.
Do
Do not turn on the light with the lighting
luminescence part close to the eyes.
Especially to shoot infants or young
children, step away from them 1 m or more.
Doing so may cause blurred vision. Or injury
by dazzling eyes or surprising may occur.
Do not allow a foreign substance such as
water and other liquids, metal parts, or
flammables to get in the docomo nano UIM
card or microSD card slot on the terminal.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not turn on the light toward a driver of a
car etc.
Doing so may disturb driving and cause an
accident.
Power off the terminal or put it in Airplane
mode before boarding an airplane.
Use of mobile phones on board is restricted.
Follow the instructions of each airline.
Failure to do so may adversely affect on-board
electronic equipment.
Prohibited acts related to mobile phone usage
on an airplane may be punished by law.
If the microUSB cable is connected into the
microUSB jack for charging etc. with the
terminal powered off, the terminal is
automatically powered on although the
operations are not available. Be careful not to
connect the microUSB cable in a place where
the use is prohibited.
Contents/Precautions
10
Do
Do
Do
Do
Follow the instructions of each medical
facility for the use of mobile phones on their
premises.
Power off the terminal in a place where the
use is prohibited.
Failure to do so may affect electronic
equipment and electronic medical
equipment.
If the microUSB cable is connected into the
microUSB jack for charging etc. with the
terminal powered off, the terminal is
automatically powered on although the
operations are not available. Be careful not to
connect the microUSB cable in a place where
the use is prohibited.
Always keep the terminal away from your
ear when you talk setting the hands-free
function.
Also, when you play game, play back music,
etc. connecting the Earphone/Microphone,
etc. to the terminal, adjust the volume
adequately.
If the volume is too loud, it may cause
difficulty in hearing.
Moreover, if you barely hear the surrounding
sounds, it may cause an accident.
Do
Do
If you have a weak heart, set the vibrator or
ringtone volume carefully.
Failure to do so may affect your heart.
If you are wearing any electronic medical
equipment, check with the relevant medical
electronic equipment manufacturer or
vendor whether the operation may be
affected by radio waves.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
electronic medical equipment.
Do
Power off the terminal near electronic
devices or equipment operating on high
precision control or weak signals.
Failure to do so may interfere with the
operation of electronic devices or equipment.
* The following are some electronic devices
or equipment that you should be careful of:
Hearing aids, implantable cardiac
pacemaker, implantable cardioverter
defibrillator, other electronic medical
equipment, fire detector, automatic door,
and other automatically controlled devices
or equipment.
If you use an implantable cardiac
pacemaker, implantable cardioverter
defibrillator, or other electronic medical
equipment, check with the relevant medical
electronic equipment manufacturer or
vendor whether the operation can be
affected by radio waves.
Be careful about broken glasses or exposed
internal from the terminal if the display or
the camera lens is broken.
The display and back of the terminal
(including the camera lens) are made of
toughened glass to prevent the glass from
shattering when broken. Be aware that
touching a cut surface or exposed portion
accidentally may result in injury.
If the internal battery leaks or gives off a
strange smell, immediately remove it from
the vicinity of open flames.
The leaking liquid may ignite fire, catch fire, or
explode.
Contents/Precautions
11
CAUTION
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Do not swing the terminal around by
holding strap, etc.
The terminal may hit you or others and cause
accident such as injury.
Do
Do not use damaged terminal.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
When using the motion sensor, check the
safety around you, hold the terminal firmly,
and do not shake it unnecessarily.
Failure to do so may cause accident such as
injuries.
If the display is mistakenly damaged and
when the liquid crystal runs out, do not get
it on your skin such as face, hands, etc.
Doing so may cause blindness or injury on
your skin.
If the liquid crystal gets in your eye or mouth,
rinse with clean running water, and get
medical treatment immediately.
Also, if it gets on your skin or clothes, use
something such as alcohol to wipe off, and
wash it off with soap or something similar.
Do not discard the battery together with
other garbage.
Doing so may cause igniting or environmental
destruction. Bring the unnecessary terminal
into a sales outlet such as docomo Shop. If
your local municipality has a battery recycling
program, dispose of them as provided for.
Do
Do
Do
To use the terminal in car, check with
automobile manufacturer or dealer to
determine how the device is affected by
radio waves before using.
In rare cases, using the phone in some vehicle
models can cause the vehicle's electronic
equipment to malfunction. In that case, stop
using the terminal immediately.
The use of the terminal may cause itching,
rashes, eczema, or other symptoms
depending on the user's physical condition.
Immediately stop using and get medical
treatment in such a case.
For material of each part → P.15 "Material list"
When watching the display, take a certain
distance from the display in a fully bright
place.
Failure to do so may reduce visual acuity.
If fluid etc. leaks out from the internal
battery, do not make the fluid contact with
your skin of face or hands.
Doing so may cause blindness or injury on
your skin. If the fluid etc. gets into your eyes or
mouth, or contacts skin or clothes,
immediately flush the contacted area with
clean running water. If the fluid gets into the
eyes or mouth, immediately see a doctor after
flushing.
Contents/Precautions
12
3. Handling the adapter
WARNING
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Don’t
Do not use the adapter cord if it gets
damaged.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
When you insert and remove the AC adapter
from power outlet, do not contact a metal
strap or other metal objects with the jack.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
Do not put an excessive force up, down, left
or right when the adapter is connected to
the terminal.
Doing so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Do not use the AC adapter in a humid place,
such as a bathroom.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
DC adapter is only for a negative ground
vehicle. Do not use DC adapter for a positive
ground vehicle.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Do not touch the adapter if you hear
thunder.
Doing so may cause electric shock.
Do not short-circuit the charging jack while
it is connected to the power outlet or
cigarette lighter socket. Do not touch the
charging jack with your hands, fingers, or
any part of your body.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Do not place heavy objects on the adapter
cord.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Don’t
No wet hands
Do
Never connect the microUSB plug if the
terminal or AC adapter is wet.
Although the terminal is waterproof, inserting
the microUSB plug into a wet terminal may
cause a short circuit during charging due to
moisture or foreign matter on the terminal or
plug. This can cause excessive heat,
malfunction, fire, or burn injury.
Do not touch the adapter cord, charging
jack or outlet with wet hands.
Doing so may cause fire, burns or electric
shock.
Use the adapter only on the specified power
supply and voltage.
When charging the terminal overseas, use
AC adapter for global use.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
AC adapter : 100V AC
DC adapter : 12V or 24V DC (only for a
negative-ground vehicle)
AC adapter for global use : 100V to 240V AC
(Make sure to connect the adapter to a
household AC power outlet.)
Contents/Precautions
13
Do
Do
Do
Do
Do
When the fuse in a DC adapter is blown,
make sure to use the specified fuse.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock. For the specified fuse, see the
users manuals that supplied with a DC
adapter.
Unplug
Before cleaning, remove the power plug
from the power outlet or the cigarette
lighter socket.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
Don’t
Do not touch the adapter for a long time
when it is connected to a power outlet or
cigarette lighter socket.
Doing so may cause a burn or other injury.
CAUTION
Clean dust from the power plug.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
When you connect the AC adapter to the
power outlet, insert it firmly.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
When you disconnect the power plug from
the outlet or cigarette lighter socket, do not
pull the adapter cord with excessive force.
Instead, hold the adapter to disconnect.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
4. Handling the docomo nano UIM
card
CAUTION
Do
Be careful of the cut surface when handling
a docomo nano UIM card.
Failure to do so may cause injury.
Remove or insert the adapter to the terminal
evenly without applying excessive force.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns, injury or
electric shock.
Unplug
Always remove the power plug from the
outlet or cigarette lighter when not using
the adapter for an extended period.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
Unplug
Immediately remove the power plug from
the outlet or cigarette lighter socket if water
or other fluids get into the adapter.
Failure to do so may cause fire, burns or
electric shock.
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5. Handling the terminal near
electronic medical equipment
6. Material list
Part
WARNING
Do
Do
Do
Do
If you use an implantable cardiac pacemaker
or implantable cardioverter defibrillator,
keep the terminal 15 cm or more away from
the implant at all times.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
the performance of electronic medical
equipment.
If you need to use electronic medical
equipment other than implantable cardiac
pacemaker or implantable cardioverter
defibrillator outside medical facilities such
as treating at home, check with the relevant
medical electronic equipment manufacturer
whether the operation may be affected by
radio waves.
The radio waves from the terminal may affect
the performance of electronic medical
equipment.
When you get close to other people within
15 cm just like not having enough space to
turn around, set the radio wave of the
terminal to OFF beforehand (Airplane mode,
Power off, etc.).
A person in close proximity may put on
implanted a medical electrical equipment
such as pacemakers and ICDs. The radio waves
from the terminal may affect the performance
of electronic medical equipment.
Material
Exterior case (4 corners,
headset jack)
Exterior case (strap hole,
microUSB jack)
Exterior case (top,
bottom, and side and
docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover),
power key, volume key,
camera key
Transparent plate
(display, back side)
TV/Mobacas antenna
cable (connector plug:
metal section)
TV/Mobacas antenna
cable (connector plug:
body, cable, headset jack:
body)
Surface
treatment
Nylon resin
―
Nylon resin
(with glass)
Aluminum
alloy
―
Hardened
glass
Brass
AFP
treatment
Gold
plating
Elastomer
resin
―
Anodic
oxide
coating
Follow the instructions of each medical
facility for the use of the terminal on their
premises.
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Handling precautions
■
・
If the jack is soiled, connection gets worse and it
may cause power to be turned off or insufficient
battery charge, so clean the jack with a dry
cotton swab etc. When cleaning, be careful not
to damage the terminals.
Common precautions
・
SO-02H is waterproof/dustproof;
however, do not allow water or dust to
enter the terminal or come in contact
with accessories or optional devices.
The adapter, docomo nano UIM card, and TV/
Mobacas antenna cable are not waterproof/
dustproof. Do not use in a bathroom or other
highly humid area or do not let rain touch. Or
putting them on your body, humidity of sweat
may cause internal corrosion and malfunction.
Note that malfunctions which are determined to
be caused by water as result of inspections are
outside the scope of the warranty. Since these
conditions are outside of the scope of the
warranty, a repair, if at all possible, is charged.
・
・
Do not leave the terminal near the air
conditioning vent.
Extreme temperature changes may produce
condensation and corrode the internal parts of
the terminal, causing it to malfunction.
・
Make sure to use the terminal etc.
without excessive force.
If you put the terminal in a bag full of items or sit
down with the terminal in the pocket of your
cloth, it may damage the display, internal circuit
board, etc. and cause malfunction.
If doing so while the external device is connected
to the microUSB jack or headset jack, it may
cause damage or malfunction.
Clean the terminal with a dry soft cloth
(such as used for cleaning eyeglasses).
- Do not rub it roughly with a dry cloth. The
display may be damaged.
- Drops of water or dirt left on the display may
cause stains.
- Do not use alcohol, thinner, benzine, cleaning
detergent, etc. to clean the terminal. These
chemicals may erase the printing on the
terminal or cause discoloration.
Clean the terminals occasionally with a
dry cotton swab.
・
Do not rub or scratch the display with
metal.
The display may get scratched and it may cause
malfunction or damage.
・
Read the users manuals supplied with
individual optional devices.
Contents/Precautions
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■
The terminal precautions
・
Do not press touch screen surface
forcibly, or not operate with a sharppointed objects such as nail, ballpoint
pen, pin, etc.
Doing so may cause damage of touch screen.
・
Do not use the terminal in extremely hot
or cold places.
Use the terminal where the temperature ranges
between 5 ℃ and 40 ℃ (limited to the temporary
use in a bathroom etc. when temperature is
above 36 ℃ ) and humidity ranges between 45%
and 85%.
Using the terminal near land-line phone,
television or radio may cause
interference in these electric appliances.
Make sure to move far away from them
when using the terminal.
・ Note down the information saved in the
terminal in a separate note and keep it
safely.
・
Under no condition will DOCOMO be held liable
for any damaged or lost data saved in the
terminal.
・
Do not drop or give a strong impact to
the terminal.
Doing so may cause malfunction or damage.
・
The terminal could become warm while
in use and charging. This condition is
not abnormal. You can continue using
the terminal.
・ Do not leave the camera under direct
sunlight.
・
Do not plug an external device at an
angle into the headset jack or microUSB
jack. Also, do not pull the cable when it
is plugged in.
Doing so may cause malfunction or damage.
If you do so, some of the elements may melt or
become faded.
・
Usually, keep the docomo nano UIM
card/microSD card slot cover closed
during use.
Failure to do so may get dust or water inside and
cause malfunction.
・
While microSD card is being used, do
not take the card out and do not turn off
the terminal.
Doing so may cause data loss or malfunction.
・
Do not let magnetic cards, etc. close to
the terminal.
The magnetic data in cash cards, credit cards,
telephone cards, floppy disks, etc. may be erased.
・
Do not bring strong magnetic objects
close to the terminal.
Strong magnetic objects may cause
misoperation.
・
The internal battery is a consumable
part.
Replace the internal battery if the terminal has
extremely short operation time on a full charge,
though it may vary by operating conditions. For
replacing internal battery, contact "Repairs" on
the last page (in Japanese only) or DOCOMOspecified repair office.
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Charge the battery in an environment
with the proper ambient temperature (5
℃ to 35 ℃ ).
・ The operating time of the internal
battery varies depending on the
operating environment and the
degradation level of the internal
battery.
・ Be careful especially about the
following points when preserving the
terminal.
・
- The battery is fully charged (immediately after
the charging is complete)
- The battery has run out (the terminal cannot
power on)
The performance and life of the internal battery
may deteriorate.
It is recommended that you store the battery
with the remaining battery level of about 40% as
a guide.
■
Adapter precautions
Charge the battery in an environment
with the proper ambient temperature (5
℃ to 35 ℃ ).
・ Do not charge in the following places.
・
- Places that are very humid, dusty or exposed to
strong vibrations
- Near land-line phone or TV/radio
・
The adapter may become hot during
charging. This condition is not
abnormal.
・
When using the DC adapter for
charging, do not turn off the vehicle
engine.
Doing so may cause the vehicle battery run out.
When you use the power outlet with a
mechanism to prevent the plug from
being removed, follow the instructions
on the outlet's user's manual.
・ Do not subject the equipment to a
strong impact. Do not deform the
charging jack.
・
Doing so may cause malfunction.
■
docomo nano UIM card precautions
Do not use unnecessary force to insert/
remove the docomo nano UIM card.
・ Note that DOCOMO assumes no
responsibility for any malfunctions
resulting from inserting the docomo
nano UIM card into another IC card
reader/writer and using it.
・ Always keep the IC portion clean when
you use the card.
・ Clean the terminal with a dry soft cloth
(such as used for cleaning eyeglasses).
・ Note down the information registered
in the docomo nano UIM card on a
separate sheet and keep it for future
reference.
・
Under no condition will DOCOMO be held liable
for any damaged or lost data saved in the
terminal.
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Take an expended docomo nano UIM
card to a sales outlet such as docomo
Shop for proper disposal in order to
protect the environment.
・ Do not carelessly damage, contact, or
short-circuit an IC.
・
・
Frequency band
The frequency band used by the terminals
Bluetooth/wireless LAN function is written as
follows:
Doing so may cause data loss or malfunction.
・
2.4 : This radio equipment uses the 2400 MHz
band.
FH/XX/DS/OF: Modulation scheme is the
FH-SS, other system, DS-SS,
or OFDM system.
4 : The estimated interference distance is 40
m or less.
8 : The estimated interference distance is 80
m or less.
: The full band between 2400 MHz
and 2483.5 MHz is used and the
band of the mobile identification
device can be avoided.
Available channels vary depending on the
country.
For use in an aircraft, contact the airline
beforehand.
Do not drop a docomo nano UIM card or
subject it to impact.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
・
Do not bend a docomo nano UIM card
or place a heavy object on it.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
・
Do not insert a docomo nano UIM card
into the terminal if a label or seal is
attached to the card.
Doing so may cause malfunction.
■
Bluetooth® function precautions
To secure the Bluetooth communication
security, the terminal supports the
security function compliant with
Bluetooth standards, but the security
may not be sufficient depending on the
setting. Be aware of security risks when
using Bluetooth.
・ Please be aware that DOCOMO is not
responsible for any data leakage that
might occur when communicating data
via Bluetooth.
・
・
Bluetooth cautions
The operating frequency band of the terminal is
used by industrial, scientific, consumer and
medical equipment including microwave ovens,
premises radio stations for identifying mobile
units used in the manufacturing lines of plants
(radio stations requiring a license), specified low
power radio stations (radio stations requiring no
license) and amateur radio stations (hereinafter
referred to as "another station").
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- Before using this equipment, confirm that
"another station" is not being operated nearby.
- In the event of the terminal causing harmful
radio wave interference with "another station",
promptly change the operating frequency or
stop radio wave emission by turning off the
power, etc.
- If you have further questions, contact "General
Inquiries" on the last page.
■
・
The operating frequency band of the WLAN
device is used by industrial, scientific, consumer
and medical equipment including home electric
appliances such as microwave ovens, premises
radio stations for identifying mobile units used in
the manufacturing lines of plants (radio stations
requiring a license), specified low power radio
stations (radio stations requiring no license) and
amateur radio stations (radio stations requiring a
license).
- Before using the device, confirm that premises
radio stations for identifying mobile units,
specified low power radio stations and amateur
radio stations are not being operated nearby.
- If the device causes harmful radio interference
to premises radio stations for identifying
mobile units, immediately change the
frequency band or stop use, and contact
"General Inquiries" on the last page for crosstalk
avoidance, etc. (e.g. partition setup).
- If the device causes radio interference to
specified low power radio stations or amateur
radio stations, contact "General Inquiries" on
the last page.
Wireless LAN (WLAN) precautions
Wireless LAN (WLAN) exchanges
information using radio waves, and
allows you to freely establish LAN
connection if you are within an area
where radio waves reach. However,
without appropriate security settings,
communications may be intercepted or
hacked by malicious parties. It is
recommended to configure necessary
security settings on your own judgment
and responsibility.
・ Wireless LAN
・
Do not use wireless LAN near magnetic devices
such as electrical appliances or AV/OA devices, or
in radio waves.
- Magnetism or radio waves may increase noises
or disable communications (especially when
using a microwave oven).
- When used near TV, radio, etc., reception
interference may occur, or channels on the TV
screen may be disturbed.
- If there are multiple wireless LAN access points
nearby and the same channel is used, search
may not work correctly.
2.4GHz device cautions
・
5GHz device cautions
The terminal can use 3 frequency bands of
5.2GHz band (W52), 5.3GHz band (W53), 5.6 GHz
band (W56).
- 5.2GHz band (W52/36, 40, 44, 48 ch)
- 5.3GHz band (W53/52, 56, 60, 64 ch)
- 5.6GHz band (W56/100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120,
124, 128, 132, 136, 140 ch)
Using wireless LAN built-into the terminal in 5.2/
5.3 GHz outside is prohibited by the Radio Law.
Contents/Precautions
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■
FeliCa® and NFC reader/writer function
precautions
FeliCa and NFC reader/writer, P2P
function of the terminal use weak waves
requiring no licenses for radio stations.
・ They use 13.56 MHz frequency band.
When using other reader/writer or P2P
function in your surroundings, keep the
terminal away sufficiently from them.
Before using the FeliCa and NFC reader/
writer, P2P function, confirm that there
are no radio stations using the same
frequency band nearby.
・ For use in an aircraft, contact the airline
beforehand. Some countries may
restrict the use of the function. Check
the regulations of the country/region
before using it.
■
Note
・
・
Do not use a remodeled terminal. Using
a remodeled terminal violates the Radio
Law/Telecommunications Business Act.
The terminal is compliant with rules on the
technical standard conformance of specified
wireless equipment based on the Radio Law/
Telecommunications Business Act, and as a proof
of it, the "Technical Compliance Mark " is
depicted on the electronic nameplate of the
terminal. To check the certificate, from the Home
screen, u[Settings]u[About phone]u[Legal
information]u[Certificates].
If you remove the screws and alter the inside of
the terminal, the technical regulations
conformity certification becomes invalid.
Do not use the terminal with the certification
invalid, as it is a violation of the Radio Law and
Telecommunications Business Act.
・
Be careful when using the terminal
while driving.
Using the terminal with holding with your hand
while driving will result in a penalty.
However, absolutely necessary cases such as
rescue of a sick person or maintaining public's
safety are exempted.
・
Use the FeliCa reader/writer function
only in Japan.
FeliCa reader/writer function of the terminal
conforms to Japanese radio standards. If you use
this function overseas, you may be punished.
・
Do not alter the basic software illegally.
It is regarded as the software modification and
Repairs may be refused.
Contents/Precautions
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Waterproofness/
Dustproofness
SO-02H provides waterproofness property of
IPX5*1, IPX8*2, and dustproofness property of
IP6X*3 with the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover firmly attached.
*1 IPX5 means that a phone keeps functioning
after applying a jet flow of 12.5 L/min. from
every direction from a distance of
approximately 3 m for at least 3 minutes
using water nozzle in 6.3 mm inner
diameter.
*2 IPX8 means that a phone keeps functioning
after SO-02H is slowly submerged to depth
of 1.5m in static tap water at room
temperature, left there for approximately 30
minutes and then taken out.
*3 IP6X indicates that a phone has the ability
to prevent dust from entering it even when
it has been shaken for 8 hours in an
apparatus containing dust particles 75 μm
or less in diameter.
What you can do with
waterproofness/dustproofness
of SO-02H
You can talk without an umbrella in the rain
(for rainfall of 20 mm or less per hour).
- Do not open or close the docomo nano UIM
card/microSD card slot cover with wet
hands or with water droplets on the
terminal.
・ You can wash the terminal when it gets dirt or
stained with liquid other than tap water.
- Wash the terminal with tap water at normal
temperature (5 ℃ -35 ℃ ) by weaker water
flow (less than 6 L/min.) at distance of
approximately 10 cm away from the tap or
shower.
- When washing the terminal, hold the
docomo nano UIM card/microSD card slot
cover closed, and wash the terminal with
your hands, not using a brush or sponge.
After washing, drain the terminal before use
(P.25).
・ You can use at a poolside. Do not throw water
from the pool on the terminal, or soak it in
pool water.
・
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・
You can use the terminal in a bathroom.
- Do not immerse the terminal into a bathtub.
Also, do not use the terminal in hot water.
Doing so may cause malfunction. If you
should fall the terminal into the bathtub,
immediately pick it up to drain water in
specified procedure (P.25).
- Never put the terminal in hot spring water or
water containing soap, detergent or bath
powder. In case the terminal gets wet with
water other than tap water, wash it in the
procedure above.
- You can use the terminal within 2 hours in a
bathroom where the temperature ranges
between 5 and 45℃ and humidity ranges
between 45 and 99%.
- Rapid temperature change may cause
condensation. If you bring the terminal from
a cold place to warm place such as a
bathroom, wait until the terminal reaches
the room temperature.
- Do not put hot water from a faucet or
shower.
To ensure waterproofness/
dustproofness
To avoid water ingress, be sure to observe the
following points.
・ Do not throw any liquid other than room
temperature tap water on the terminal, or
soak it in such liquid.
・ Firmly close the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover. Even a fine obstacle
(one hair, one grain of sand, tiny fiber, etc.) put
between contact surfaces may allow water to
enter.
・ Do not poke the earpiece/speaker,
microphone/speaker, second microphone,
headset jack, microUSB jack, or strap hole with
a sharp object.
・ Do not let the terminal fall. It may become
scratched causing the waterproof/dustproof
performance to degrade.
・ The rubber gasket on the inner side of the
docomo nano UIM card/microSD card slot
cover plays an important role in keeping
waterproof/dustproof performance. Do not
remove or damage them. Also, prevent dust
from adhering to them.
Contents/Precautions
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■
Opening the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover
Open the covers with your fingertip by the
grooves.
Important precautions
Do not perform actions shown in the
illustrations below.
<Example>
Using Soap/Detergent/ Washing with
brush/sponge
Bath powder
■
Machinewashing
Applying strong
water flow
Closing the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover
Put the cover back in the direction of the
arrow and push the parts in, then ensure
there are no gaps.
It is recommended to replace the parts for
maintaining waterproof/dustproof property once
every two years regardless of whether any
abnormality is present. DOCOMO replaces the
parts as a chargeable service. Bring the terminal to
a sales outlet such as a DOCOMO-specified repair
office.
Soaking in
ocean water
Using in hot
spring
Attaching
sand/mud
Observe the following precautions to use the
terminal properly.
・ Accessories and optional devices are not
waterproof/dustproof.
・ Do not apply water flow stronger than
allowed (P.22). SO-02H provides IPX5
waterproofness, but doing so may cause
malfunction.
・ If the terminal gets wet with salt water, sea
water, refreshing beverage or mud or sand
adhered, wash it immediately. If they dry out,
it is hard to remove the dirt and it may cause
damage or malfunction.
・ Do not put the terminal in hot water, use it in
a sauna or apply hot airflow (from a hair dryer
etc.) to it.
Contents/Precautions
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Do not move the terminal in water or slam the
terminal against the surface of water.
・ If you put the terminal in tap water, be sure to
have it within 30 minutes.
・ When you use the terminal in swimming pool,
obey rules of the facility.
・ The terminal does not float on water.
・ Do not leave water on the terminal. In cold
region, the terminal freezes up and may cause
malfunction.
・ Do not leave water on the earpiece/speaker,
microphone/speaker, second microphone,
and headset jack. Such water may interfere
with talking.
・ If the terminal gets splashed with water or
other liquid while the docomo nano UIM
card/microSD card slot cover is open, the
liquid may get inside the terminal, causing
electric shock or malfunction. Stop using the
terminal, turn off the power and contact a
DOCOMO-specified repair office.
・ If the rubber gasket on the inner side of the
docomo nano UIM card/microSD card slot
cover is damaged or deformed, have it
replaced at a DOCOMO-specified repair office.
・ Do not connect TV/Mobacas antenna cable,
earphones, etc. with the terminal wet with
water. Doing so may cause malfunction.
・
DOCOMO does not guarantee actual operations
under all states. Malfunctions deemed to be caused
by inappropriate operation by the customer are
not covered by the warranty.
Draining water from the
terminal
When the terminal is wet, water may flow out
after wiping it off; drain the water in the
following steps.
a
Hold the terminal firmly and wipe off moisture on
the terminal surface and back side with dry, clean
cloth etc.
b
(1) Shake the terminal about 20 times, firmly
holding it, until no more drops of water come out.
(2) Do the same with the terminal upside down.
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c
d
To wipe any water off the gaps or the following
parts, tap the terminal against a dry, clean cloth or
similar material about 10 times.
・ Earpiece/Speaker
・ Microphone/Speaker
・ Second microphone
・ Headset jack
・ microUSB jack
・ Power key/Screen lock key
・ Volume key/Zoom key
・ Camera key
・ docomo nano UIM card/microSD card slot cover
Wipe off water drained from the terminal with dry,
clean cloth etc., and dry naturally.
・ Wipe off water drained from the terminal with
dry, clean cloth etc., and dry naturally.
・ Do not wipe off water remaining in gaps directly
with a cotton swab etc.
・ Dry the terminal naturally for about 3 hours at
room temperature.
Notes on charging
Check the following before and after
charging.
・ Check if the terminal is not wet. Never charge
the battery when the terminal is wet.
・ Accessories and optional devices are not
waterproof/dustproof.
・ When charging the battery when or after the
terminal is wet, adequately drain it and wipe
off water with a dry, clean cloth etc.
・ Do not use the AC adapter in a bathroom,
shower room, kitchen, lavatory, or other
humid area. Doing so may cause fire or
electric shock.
・ Do not touch the AC adapter with wet hands.
Doing so may cause electric shock.
・ Never connect the microUSB plug if the
terminal is wet. Although the terminal is
waterproof, inserting the microUSB plug into
a wet terminal may cause a short circuit
during charging due to moisture or foreign
matter on the terminal or plug. This can cause
excessive heat, malfunction, fire, or burn
injury.
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Part names and functions
a
b
c
g h
i
s
t
d
u
i
v
o
j
p
e
q
m
k
r
n
f
a
b
c
l
Front camera lens
Earpiece/Speaker
Proximity sensor : Detect the face to get close
during a call and turn on or off the touch screen to
prevent misoperation, or help auto brightness
control.
d Notification LED
e Touch screen
f Speaker
g Camera lens
h Flash/Photo light
i FOMA/Xi/GPS antenna section*1
j
mark
k Nameplate*2
l FOMA/Xi antenna section*1
m docomo nano UIM card/microSD card slot
n Strap hole
o Wi-Fi/Bluetooth antenna section*1
p P Power key/Screen lock key
q Volume key/Zoom key
r k Camera key
s Headset jack
t Second microphone : Reduce noise to make voice
u
v
to be listened easily.
microUSB jack
Microphone
*1 The antenna is built into the terminal. Covering
around the antenna with your hand may affect the
quality of communications.
Before Using the Terminal
27
*2 Do not remove the nameplate with stickers of CE
mark, FCC ID and IMEI information printed.
■
❖Note
Do not put a sticker etc. on the proximity sensor.
The back cover cannot be removed. Attempting to
remove the back cover with excessive force may
cause damage or malfunction.
・ The battery is built into the terminal and not removal.
The docomo nano UIM card has a security
code called a PIN code. The code is set to
"0000" at subscription, which you can
change by yourself (P.168).
・
・
❖Information
・
docomo nano UIM card
Security codes of the docomo nano
UIM card
Please be careful not to touch or scratch the IC when
you handle the docomo nano UIM card. Doing so
may cause malfunction or damage.
The docomo nano UIM card is an IC card
recorded user information such as your
phone number etc.
・ You can use the terminal with a docomo nano
UIM card. If you have a docomo mini UIM card,
UIM, or FOMA card, bring it to a docomo Shop
to replace it with a docomo nano UIM card.
・ When docomo nano UIM card is not inserted
to the terminal, making calls, packet
communication, etc. are not available.
・ For details on the docomo nano UIM card,
refer to the docomo nano UIM card manual.
・ If a microSD card is installed, be sure to
unmount it (to disable reading/writing)
before installing or removing a docomo nano
UIM card (P.177).
・ Opening/closing the docomo nano UIM
card/microSD card slot cover (P.23)
Before Using the Terminal
28
Inserting docomo nano UIM
card
1
Open the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, then hook
your fingertip on the projection
part of the tray ( ) to pull it
straight out of the terminal.
3
2
Close the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, firmly
press the parts, and make sure
that there are no gaps between the
terminal and cover.
Set docomo nano UIM card into
the tray with IC facing up ( ), then
insert the tray with the card and
press it all the way into the
terminal.
・
Make sure the orientation of the corner
cut and direction to insert.
Before Using the Terminal
29
Removing docomo nano UIM
card
1
2
3
Open the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, then hook
your fingertip on the projection
part of the tray to pull it straight
out of the terminal.
Remove the docomo nano UIM
card from the tray ( ), then insert
the tray into the terminal and
press it straight all the way.
・
Close the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, firmly
press it, and make sure that there
are no gaps between the terminal
and cover (P.29).
CE mark and FCC ID
1
Open the docomo nano UIM card
slot cover, and insert a fingernail
into the hook at the edge of the
label tray, then pull it out straight.
Be careful about the direction to insert
of the tray.
Before Using the Terminal
30
Life of the internal battery
Charging
The internal battery is not fully charged at the
time of purchase.
・ Estimated charging time (P.210)
Operation time on full charge
(estimate)
The charging time varies by the internal
battery condition or operating environment.
・ "Continuous standby time", "Continuous call
time" (P.212)
Continuous FOMA/3G
stand-by
time
GSM
LTE
Continuous FOMA/3G
call time
GSM
VoLTE call
(voice)
Stationary (Auto) : Approx.
480 hours
Stationary (Auto) : Approx.
400 hours
Stationary (Auto) : Approx.
470 hours
Approx. 810 min.
Approx. 650 min.
Approx. 1,180 min.
The internal battery is a consumable part.
Each time the internal battery is recharged,
the battery usage time per one charge
gradually decreases.
・ When the battery usage time per one charge
becomes about half of that at the time of
purchased, replacing the internal battery is
recommended because the internal battery is
near the end of life.
・ Watching TV etc. for a long time while
charging may shorten the lifetime of the
internal battery.
・ To check the charging performance, from the
Home screen, tap u[Settings]u[About
phone]u[Status]u[Battery life].
・
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Before charging
It is recommended to use the AC Adapter 05
(optional) for charging. For details on the AC
Adapter 05, refer to the AC Adapter 05
manual.
・ The AC Adapter 05 is compatible with 100V to
240V AC. For using the terminal overseas, a
plug adapter that fits the electrical outlets in
the country you stay is needed. Do not use an
electrical transformer for overseas use to
charge the terminal.
・ Use a compatible AC adapter or microUSB
cable for charging. If you use a charger other
than compatible ones, charging may not be
available or operations may not be performed
correctly.
・ Insert and remove the AC adapter cable or
microUSB cable slowly and evenly so that
excessive force is not applied.
・ When charging starts, notification LED of the
terminal turns on (P.42).
・ To check the battery level, see the status bar at
the top of the screen or from the Home
screen, tap u[Settings]u[About
phone]u[Status] to see "Battery level".
・ If you start charging with the terminal
powered off, the power turns on, although
you cannot operate the terminal. Therefore,
do not charge the battery in a place where
the use of the terminal is prohibited.
・
Charging with desktop holder
To charge the battery using the Desktop
Holder SO25 (optional) and AC Adapter 05
(optional), operate the following steps.
・ Be sure to mount the supplied attachment
(Attachment 52A/52B/52C) on the desktop
holder when charging the battery (P.33).
Placing the terminal on the desktop holder
without the attachment on it may damage
the microUSB jack or other parts.
1
Insert a microUSB plug of the AC
adapter into the charging jack on
the back side of the desktop
holder with the engraved side (B)
facing up ( ).
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2
3
■ Attaching
Unfold the power plug of the AC
adapter and insert it into an outlet.
the shape of front/back of
1 Check
the attachment and the attaching
Place the terminal on the desktop
part of the desktop holder, then fit
holder.
・ Notification LED of the terminal turns
the attachment with the desktop
on (P.42).
holder.
4
When charging is complete,
holding the desktop holder, lift the
terminal up to remove.
5
Remove the power plug of the AC
adapter from the power outlet.
6
Remove the microUSB plug of the
AC adapter from the desktop
holder.
Attaching/Removing the
attachment
2
Firmly press the attachment
straight and make sure that there
are no gaps between the
attachment and the desktop
holder.
■
Removing
Lift both ends of the attachment to
remove it while holding the
desktop holder.
1
❖Note
Check the connecting direction to connect correctly.
Wrong connection may cause damage.
・ A terminal mounted on the desktop holder may be
damaged if pressed hard against the holder.
・
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Charging with AC adapter
When using AC Adapter 05 (optional) for
charging, do the following procedures.
3
When charging is complete,
remove the power plug of the AC
adapter from the power outlet.
4
Remove the microUSB plug of the
AC adapter evenly from the
terminal.
❖Note
Check the connecting direction to connect correctly.
Wrong connection may cause damage.
・
Charging with DC adapter
DC Adapter 04 (optional) supplies power
from a car cigarette lighter socket (12V/24V).
For details, refer to the DC Adapter 04
manual.
1
Insert the microUSB plug of the AC
adapter horizontally into the
microUSB jack on the terminal
with the engraved side (B) facing
up.
2
Unfold the power plug of the AC
adapter and insert it into an outlet.
・
Notification LED of the terminal turns
on (P.42).
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Charging with a PC
2
When using Micro USB Cable 01 (optional) for
charging, do the following procedures.
1
Insert the microUSB plug of the
microUSB cable horizontally into
the microUSB jack on the terminal
with the engraved side (
)
facing up.
Insert the USB plug of the
microUSB cable into a USB port of
a PC.
Notification LED of the terminal turns
on (P.42).
・ When "Install software" screen appears
on the terminal, tap [SKIP].
・ When a screen for new hardware
detection etc. appears on the PC, select
" キャンセル (Cancel)".
・
3
When the charging is complete,
remove the USB plug of the
microUSB cable from the USB port
of the PC.
4
Remove the microUSB plug of the
microUSB cable evenly from the
terminal.
❖Note
・
Check the connecting direction to connect correctly.
Wrong connection may cause damage.
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Turning power on/off
Turning power on
1
Press and hold P for over a
second.
The terminal vibrates and lock screen
appears after a while.
・ When you first turn on the terminal
after purchasing, follow the onscreen
instructions to make initial settings
(P.37).
❖Information
If P is pressed to turn the power on when the
battery level is low, the notification LED flashes in red
3 times, or an icon appears indicating that the
battery level is low. Charge the terminal (P.31).
・ When SIM card lock (P.168) is set, enter PIN code on
the PIN code entry screen (P.168).
・
・
Turning power off
1
2
Press and hold P for over a
second.
[Power off].
Setting sleep mode
When the sleep mode is set, the screen
backlight turns off so that you can avoid
misoperations of the touch screen and keys,
and lock the screen.
1
Press P.
・
Press P again to cancel sleep mode.
❖Information
・
2
Also, when the screen backlight goes off after a
specified time elapses, the terminal goes into sleep
mode. You can change the time-out period for
turning off the screen backlight (P.158).
Cancel the screen lock.
・
Canceling the screen lock (P.37).
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Canceling the screen lock
The lock screen appears when turning the
power on or the sleep mode is canceled by
pressing P.
1
2
3
[OK]u[OK].
When the initial settings screen for
docomo services appears, mark
[Agree to all]u[Start settings].
・
Swipe (or flick) up on the lock
screen.
❖Information
On the lock screen, swipe
to open the "Phone"
application, or swipe
to open the "Camera"
application.
・ You can change screen unlock method (P.168).
・
Initial settings
When you first turn on the terminal after
purchasing, follow the onscreen instructions
to make initial settings for language, services,
etc.
1
Select [English (United States)]u
[DONE]u .
・
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions to make the following
settings, and tap or [FINISH].
- Set your Google account
- Join the world of Sony (Connect to
Sony Entertainment Network)
- Set accounts and auto-sync
- Select the home application you
want to use
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions and tap [Next].
- Set docomo ID
- Set docomo cloud
- Set docomo apps password
- Set whether to provide location
information
- Set Remote Initialization Service*
- Select whether to install all
applications now or later
* It does not appear if docomo apps password is
not set.
4
[Start using].
・
The operation guide of the Home
screen appears. Tap [Do not show
again]/[OK] to display the Home screen.
❖Information
Some settings can be changed later (P.164, P.171).
Make sure that the data connection is available (LTE/
3G/GPRS) or the terminal is connected to a Wi-Fi
network before setting up online services (P.42).
・ You can use the terminal without setting your
Google account, however the Google services such
as Gmail, Google Play, etc. are not available.
・
・
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Basic operations
Using the touch screen
■
Touch the screen and flick up/down or left/
right.
■
Touch screen is designed for being touched
lightly with fingers. Do not push the touch
screen hard with a finger or press sharp
objects (nail, ballpoint pen, pin, etc.) against
the screen.
・ Touching the touch screen may not work in
the following cases. Note that it may cause
malfunction.
- Operation with tip of fingernail
- Operation with foreign object on the screen
- Operation with protective sheet or seal on
the screen
- Operation on the wet touch screen
- Operation with fingers wet with sweat or
water
- Operation under water
Operations on the touch screen
■
Drag
Touch the screen, drag to the desired
position and release the finger.
Precautions on using touch screen
・
Flick (Swipe)
■
Scroll
When whole content cannot be displayed,
flick up/down/left/right displayed content
to scroll (move) the display position.
■
Pinch
Touch the screen with two fingers and
widen (pinch-out) or narrow (pinch-in) the
fingers' distance. On some screens, pinchout to zoom in and pinch-in to zoom out.
Tap
Touch an item such as icon or menu with
your finger lightly and release it.
・ Double-tap means tapping twice quickly.
■
Touch and hold
Touch and hold an icon or menu item long.
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Basic key icon operation
b h n
b
Back
Go back to the previous screen. Or
close a dialog box, an option
menu, the Notification panel, etc.
h Home
Go to the Home screen.
Touch and hold the icon and drag
it to
to open the "Google"
application.
n Recently
Display thumbnails of recently
used apps used applications. You can open
or quit them here (P.59). Small
apps are also available (P.59).
* In this manual, each key icon operation is described
with b, h, and n.
Switching portrait or landscape
view automatically
You can set the screen orientation to switch
between landscape and portrait view
automatically according to the terminal
orientation.
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Display].
[Screen rotation].
In "Auto-rotate screen", tap
drag it right.
or
❖Information
Even when you change the orientation of the
terminal, the screen may not change to landscape
view depending on what is displayed.
・ Changing orientation of the terminal in nearly
horizontal state against the ground does not switch
to portrait view/landscape view automatically.
・ Set Auto-rotate screen to ON. Then, from the Home
screen, u[Settings]u[Display]u[Screen rotation]
uTap [Smart screen rotation] to turn on or off a
feature that automatically determines whether to
rotate the screen according to the movement of the
terminal.
・
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Setting silent mode
Setting the terminal to silent mode does not
mute sounds for shutter, playback of video or
music, dialpad operation sound during a call
or sound emitted when is tapped, etc.
・ While silent mode is set, adjusting the "Ring
volume" in "Sound & notification" (P.159) or
turning up the volume by pressing the
volume up key cancels silent mode.
Capturing a still image or video
displayed on the screen
・
You can capture what is displayed on the
screen. (Take screenshot/Record screen)
Capturing a still image (Take
screenshot)
1
Setting silent mode (with vibration)
1
2
Press the volume up or down key.
.
The icon in the volume control bar will
change to , with silent mode (with
vibration) turned on.
・ Tap
to cancel silent mode (with
vibration).
・
Setting silent mode (without
vibration)
1
On the screen you want to capture,
press and hold P and volume
down key for over a second at the
same time.
・
Screenshot is captured and
in the status bar.
appears
❖Information
Alternatively, press and hold P for over a
seconduTap [Take screenshot] to capture
screenshot.
・ Drag the status bar downwardsuTap [Screenshot
captured.] to check captured images in the "Album"
or "Photos" application. Also, tap [SHARE] to attach
captured images to an application to send or to
share them.
・
Press the volume down key for
over a second.
・
The icon in the volume control bar will
change to , with silent mode
(without vibration) turned on.
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Recording a video (Record screen)
1
Press and hold P for over a
secondu[Record screen].
A control panel is displayed.
・ If terms of use are displayed, read them
and then tap [AGREE].
2
3
Tap to start recording.
Tap the recording time buttonu
Tap to finish recording.
Screen recording is recorded and
appears in the status bar.
・ Tap
to close the control panel.
Setting Emergency mode
In case of emergency such as disaster, restrict
functions to save the battery power.
1
Press and hold P for over a
second.
2
[Emergency mode]uConfirm
"IMPORTANT INFORMATION"u
Mark "I have read the important
information"u[TURN ON].
・
❖Information
The control panel allows you to:
- Tap
to display an image from the front camera
and capture the video together with that image.
- Tap
to change the image quality or orientation
of the video.
・ Drag the status bar downwardsuTap [Screen
recording saved]. This allows you to view the
recorded video. Tap [SHARE] to send by attaching
recorded video to app, or tap [EDIT] to edit video.
・
・
All running applications end and the
terminal restarts.
❖Information
To cancel Emergency mode, press and hold P for
over a secondu[Emergency mode]uTap [TURN OFF]
or drag the status bar downu[Emergency mode is
on]u[TURN OFF]. Emergency mode is canceled and
the terminal restarts.
・ For details on available applications in emergency
mode, from the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Power management]u
[Emergency mode]u[IMPORTANT INFORMATION]u
Tap [Available apps] to see the information.
・ If you set/cancel emergency mode, you may need to
reconfigure widgets or small apps (displayed in a
small window) on the Home screen.
・
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Notification LED
Notification LED provides information on the
terminal status, incoming calls, mail
reception, etc.
・ Notification LED when STAMINA® mode is set
(P.162)
Status
Red
Orange
Green
Flashing red
Flashing pale
purple*
Indication
Indicate that the battery level is
14% or less while the battery is
being charged
Indicate that the battery level is
15% - 89% while the battery is
being charged
Indicate that the battery level is
90% or more while the battery is
being charged
Indicate that the battery level is
14% or less
Indicate missed calls, new
messages (SMS), or new Gmails
exist
* The LED blinks when the backlight is off.
❖Information
If the battery level is low, the notification LED flashes
in red 3 times when P is pressed to turn the power
on.
・ When charging starts with the power off, notification
LED turns on in red first.
・
Status bar
A status bar appears at the top of the screen.
In the status bar, the terminal status and
notification are displayed. Notification icons
appear on the left side, and status icons
appear on the right side of the status bar.
Status bar
Status icon
The main status icons displayed on the status
bar are as follows.
Signal strength
International roaming enabled
Out of service
HSPA available
Communicating in HSPA
3G (packet) available
Communicating in 3G (packet)
LTE available
Communicating in LTE
Connecting to Wi-Fi
Communicating in Wi-Fi
Connected to a Wi-Fi network with no
access to the Internet. The Wi-Fi signal is
poor.
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Bluetooth function ON
Connecting to Bluetooth device
Airplane mode activated
Silent mode (with vibration) ON
Silent mode (without vibration) ON
Speakerphone ON
Microphone put on mute
Alarm is set
NFC Reader/Writer, P2P function ON
Positioning with GPS
Connecting to a VPN
Battery status
The battery is charging
Battery is low (4% or less)
PUK code locked, or docomo nano UIM card
not inserted
STAMINA mode ON
Low battery mode ON
❖Information
・
Status icons displayed in the status bar can be
changed (P.157).
Notification icon
The main notification icons displayed on the
status bar are as follows.
New email message
New Gmail message
New message (SMS)
Problem with message (SMS) delivery
New Area Mail
Screenshot or screen recording saved
Uploading data to Facebook
Uploading data to Facebook completed
Facebook setting request notification
Receiving/downloading data
Sending/uploading data
Notification of data reception etc. via Bluetooth
communication
Unmount microSD card (reading/writing
unavailable)
Update notification
Installation completed
Application update notification
Software update notification
NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock set on the terminal and
docomo nano UIM card
NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock set on the terminal or
docomo nano UIM card
Omakase Lock set on the terminal and docomo
nano UIM card
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Omakase Lock set on the terminal or docomo
nano UIM card
Receiving a call
Making a call*/during a call*
Incoming call on hold*/ongoing call on hold*
Missed call
Message is recorded in Answering Machine
New voice mail
Event notification for Schedule
Stopwatch is running
Timer in use
Alarm in snooze mode
Playing a track with Media Player
Playing a truck in Music
Receiving Mobacas
Watching TV*/notification of reserved watching
Recording TV*/notification of reserved recording
FM radio in use*
USB connected
MHL connected
Screen mirroring connected
Mobile data communication invalid
Wi-Fi open network available
The terminal set as media server/connection
request notification received
Error message/caution message
Some notifications are hidden
Notification from docomo LIVE UX
Setting USB tethering
Wi-Fi tethering ON
Bluetooth tethering is set
2 or more devices are set for tethering
AUTO-GPS is set
Omakase Lock is set
Available memory on the terminal is low
Notification of data transfer to microSD card
exists (available internal storage decrease)
Authentication failed in docomo ID setting
* Appears when switched to the Home screen etc.
Problem with sync
Setup guide unchecked
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Notification panel
When notification icons appear on the status
bar, you can open the Notification panel to
check the notifications, activate
corresponding application, etc.
1
Quick settings panel
You can open the quick settings panel to
enable or disable functions.
1
Drag the status bar downwards
with two fingers.
Drag the status bar downwards.
a
b cde
a
b
f
a
b
Notification
Clear
・ Clear contents on the Notification panel. Some
notifications may not be cleared.
❖Information
Tap b to close the Notification panel.
Flick left or right a notification on the Notification
panel to delete from the list.
・ For some notifications, pinch in/out (P.38) the
Notification panel to show/hide screen for operation
such as "SHARE" and "CALL BACK".
・ You can also view notifications on the lock screen.
Alternatively, you can set the terminal to hide
notifications from the lock screen (P.160). Unlocking
the screen shows notifications that are not displayed
on the lock screen.
・
・
a
b
Name of network operator
Power management
・ Display "Power management" in the Settings
menu (P.162).
c Edit
・ Add or delete the quick settings. You can also
rearrange them.
d Settings
・ Display the Settings menu (P.147).
e My profile
・ Display the My profile screen (P.89).
f Quick settings
Brightness level Adjust the screen brightness.
Wi-Fi
Enable/disable Wi-Fi function.
Bluetooth
Enable/disable Bluetooth function.
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Enable/disable NFC Reader/Writer,
P2P function.
Hotspot
Enable/disable Tethering & portable
hotspot function.
Location
Enable/disable location information.
Airplane mode Enable/disable Airplane mode.
Auto-rotate
Set whether to switch portrait/
landscape view automatically
according to the terminal
orientation.
Sound
Enable sound/silent mode (with
vibration)/silent mode (without
vibration).
Glove mode
Enable/disable Glove mode.
Detect USB
Have the terminal recognize a USB
device
device connected to it (P.153).
Cast screen
Set whether to display the terminal's
screen on a device that supports
Google Cast.
NFC
Home screen
You can switch the Home screen of the
terminal to "docomo LIVE UX", "Xperia™
Home" or "Simple Home".
・ "docomo LIVE UX" (P.68)
・ "Simple Home" (P.49)
・ Switching home applications (P.60)
Xperia™ Home screen
This section describes the Home screen
displayed when the home application is set
to "Xperia™ Home".
a
b
e
❖Information
You can also drag the Notification panel downwards
to display the quick settings panel.
・ Tap b to close the quick settings panel.
・
c
d
c
c
f
a
b
c
d
Widget : Google Search
Widget : Clock
Shortcuts (applications)
Current home screen position
・ Flick the home screen left or right to switch.
e Wallpaper
f Apps button
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❖Information
・
To change the initial home screen for operations,
switch the home screen you want to change to,
touch and hold the area of the Home screen where
no icons are displayeduTap
.
Adding a home screen
Up to 7 home screens can be displayed.
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
・
2
Alternatively, pinch-in on the Home
screen.
Flick the Home screen left or
rightu .
❖Information
To return to the Home screen, tap h or b, or
tap any home screen.
・ To delete home screen, switch to the home screen
you want to delete and then touch and hold the area
of the Home screen where no icons are
.
displayeduTap
・
Adding a widget to the Home screen
Widget is an application which can be added
to the Home screen to use. Use a widget to
start an application easily.
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
・
2
Alternatively, pinch-in on the Home
screen.
[Widgets & Apps]uSelect the
widget you want to add.
・
When a settings screen appears, follow
the onscreen instructions.
❖Information
To return to the Home screen, tap h or b, or
tap any home screen.
・ To change displaying widget size, touch and hold a
widgetuDrag the blue frame. Display size for some
widgets may not be changed.
・ To delete a widget, on the Home screen, touch and
hold a widget to deleteuDrag it to "Remove"
displayed at the top of the screen.
・
Adding a shortcut to the Home
screen
You can add shortcuts of application,
bookmark, etc.
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
・
2
Alternatively, pinch-in on the Home
screen.
[Widgets & Apps].
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3
[Apps]/[Shortcuts]uSelect the
application/shortcut you want to
add.
・
When a data selection screen or setting
screen appears, follow the onscreen
instructions.
Changing wallpaper
You can change wallpaper of the Home
screen.
1
❖Information
To return to the Home screen, tap h or b, or
tap any home screen.
・ To delete a shortcut, from the Home screen, touch
and hold the shortcut to deleteuDrag it to "Remove"
displayed at the top of the screen.
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
・
・
2
3
Adding folders on the Home screen
1
From the Home screen, touch and
hold an iconuDrag it over another
icon.
[Wallpapers].
Tap any of [Album]/[Live
Wallpapers]/[Photos]/an image.
・
You can put applications, shortcuts, etc.
added to the Home screen into a folder to
manage them.
Alternatively, pinch-in on the Home
screen.
If you tapped [Album]/[Live
Wallpapers]/[Photos], select an image
and follow the onscreen instructions to
set the wallpaper.
❖Information
・
To return to the Home screen, tap h or b, or
tap any home screen.
❖Information
To move an icon to a folder, on the Home screen,
touch and hold an icon you want to moveuDrag it
over a folder.
・ To change a folder name, tap a folderuTap the folder
nameuEnter a folder nameuTap [DONE].
・ To delete a folder, on the Home screen, touch and
hold a folder to deleteuDrag it to "Remove"
displayed at the top of the screenuTap [DELETE].
Applications, shortcuts, etc. in the folder are also
deleted.
・
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Changing theme
You can change themes for the Home screen,
wallpaper of the lock screen, etc.
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
・
2
3
Alternatively, pinch-in on the Home
screen.
■
Applications on the Simple Home
screen
Maps
Browser
Settings
My Apps
Tools
[Themes]uSelect an image.
u[OK].
Simple Home screen
Set Simple Home to use Home screen and
the setting menu limited to basic functions.
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Home]u[Simple
Home]u[OK].
しゃべってコンシェル
Media
[OK].
・
Contacts
Calendar
Alarm & clock
Calculator
Osaifu-Keitai
Gmail
Play Store
dmenu
dmarket
To set the font size to "Extra large", mark
"Set font size to Extra large".
Camera
docomo mail
Messaging
Dial
(Shabette concier)
iコンシェル (i-concier)
Music
Album
Video
TV
FM radio
YouTube
NOTTV
P.140
P.99
P.51
P.51
P.53
P.53
P.142
P.54
P.104
P.97
P.102
P.102
P.102
P.54
P.54
P.53
P.134
P.53
P.114
P.120
P.136
P.108
P.121
P.90
P.90
P.53
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Apps*
Speed dial
―
P.50
* Applications such as "Anshin Scan", "docomo
backup", etc. appear.
❖Information
・
To change to the standard Home screen, from the
Simple Home screen, tap [Settings]u[Exit Simple
Home]u[OK]u[docomo LIVE UX]/[Xperia™ Home].
■
1
・
■
1
Using speed dials
1
2
Operation during a call (P.80)
Sending messages (SMS)/mail
On the Simple Home screen, select
a speed dialu[Send message]/
[Send email].
・
・
・
Save frequently used contacts to "Speed dial"
to easily make a call or send a message.
■
Making a call
On the Simple Home screen, select
a speed dialu[Call].
How to send a message (SMS) (P.90)
How to send email (P.94)
How to send Gmail (P.97)
Saving contacts
❖Information
Save phone numbers and mail addresses to
"Contacts" beforehand.
・
On the Simple Home screen,
[Speed dial]u[OK].
Select a contact to save.
・
To change/delete/edit contacts saved in the speed
dials, select a contact saved in the speed dialu
[MENU]uTap any of [Edit entry]/[Delete entry]/[Edit
contact].
The name "Speed dial" on the Simple
Home screen will change to the name
saved in the "Contacts" application.
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Using Settings
1
Sound
On the Simple Home screen,
[Settings].
My profile
Display
Wallpaper
Themes
Brightness
Auto-rotate
screen
Font size
Sleep
Screen lock
Check your own phone
number and mail
address, etc.
Set the wallpaper for
the Simple Home
screen or the lock
screen.
Set the theme for the
wallpaper on the
Simple Home screen or
the lock screen.
Adjust the screen
brightness.
Set whether to switch
portrait/landscape view
automatically according
to the terminal
orientation.
Set font size for the
"Contacts" application,
etc.
Select a time duration
before the screen back
light turns off.
Set screen unlock
method.
Silent/Vibrate
mode
Ringtone
Vibrate on
touch
Set silent mode.
Set ringtone.
Set whether to vibrate
the terminal for some
operations such as
specified software key
operation.
Touch sounds Set whether to emit
sound when selecting
menu.
Vibrate when Set whether to vibrate
ringing
the terminal when
receiving a call.
Customize Change apps P.52
Home
Reorder apps
Reset
Display Settings menu
More settings
on the standard Home
screen (P.147).
Exit Simple Home
Change to the standard
Home screen.
Saving applications in My Apps
If frequently used applications, etc are saved
in the "My Apps" folder, the applications can
easily be activated
1
On the Simple Home screen, [My
Apps]u[EDIT]u[OK].
2
Mark applications to saveu
[DONE].
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❖Information
・
Changing applications on the
Simple Home screen
1
On the Simple Home screen,
[Settings]u[Customize Home].
2
3
[Change apps]/[Reorder apps].
Select applications to changeu
Select applications to display/
select a location to move to.
・
4
This section describes the application screen
displayed when the home application is set
to "Xperia™ Home".
・ Switching Home application (P.60)
1
From the Home screen,
a
.
c
d
Grayout applications cannot be
changed.
[OK].
❖Information
・
Xperia™ Application
screen
To delete applications saved in the "My Apps" folder,
in Step 2, unmark applications to deleteuTap
[DONE].
In Step 2, tap [Reset]u[OK] to restore the defaults.
Note that contacts saved in the speed dials and
applications saved in "My Apps" folder are not
restored.
b
a
b
Option menu
Current displayed position of the application screen
・ Flick the application screen left or right to switch.
c Search for applications
d Application icons
・ Some application icons are displayed with a
number of missed calls, unread mails, etc.
❖Information
・
You can also flick right from the left edge of an
application screen to open the option menu. On the
leftmost application screen sheet, you can flick right
anywhere on the screen to open the option menu.
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Application list
Applications displayed on the application
screen are as follows.
・ For usage of some applications, separate
subscription (Charged) is required.
Contacts
Open the Xperia™ phonebook application to
manage contact information for your friends
and family.
Dial
Open the Xperia™ phone application to make/
receive calls.
Messaging
Send and receive messages (SMS). → P.90
Browser
View web pages in Browser. → P.99
Music
Play music files stored on your internal storage
or microSD card.
Album
Play still pictures or videos. → P.134
Video
Play videos that have been downloaded or
transferred to the terminal. The Wi-Fi feature
allows the terminal to play videos stored on
other devices.
PSN
Use the PlayStation™ Network services.
Camera
Shoot photos or videos. → P.121
Alarm & clock
Use alarm, world clock, stop watch and timer. →
P.142
Calendar
Display a calendar and manage your schedule.
Maps
Use Google Maps services, such as viewing
current location, finding another location and
calculating routes. → P.140
Lifelog
Keep track of your daily activities, including
your number of steps and calorie consumption.
This application also records your actions on
the terminal, such as shooting photos and
videos and listening to music.
Movie Creator
An application that automatically edits photos
and videos taken with the camera.
TV
Watch TV programs. → P.114
YouTube
Play YouTube videos. → P.136
Osaifu-Keitai
Use Osaifu-Keitai services. → P.104
Play Store
Download or purchase various applications
from Google Play. → P.102
Settings
Configure settings for the terminal. → P.147
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ツール (Tools)
This contains the following applications:
Calculator
Perform basic arithmetic operations and
other various calculations.
Audio Recorder
Record speech, music, and other audio with
high sound quality.
Sketch
An application that allows you to create
drawings or illustrations by touching the
screen or to import photos and modify them.
File Commander
Search for still pictures, videos, music files,
downloaded files, and so on.→ P.178
Email
Send and receive emails. Multiple accounts
are available. → P.93
OfficeSuite
View/edit Word, Excel, and other files.
FM radio
Listen to FM radio. → P.120
TrackID™
This application recognizes music around you
and allows you to search for its title and artist.
TrackID™ TV
Use a service that provides information about
the TV program you are watching.
dmenu
An application shortcut for "dmenu". In
"dmenu", you can easily find contents you used
in i-mode and joyful and convenient contents
for smartphones. → P.102
dmarket
There are various products such as music, ebooks, etc. You can purchase them that suits
your needs. → P.102
しゃべってコンシェル (Shabette concier)
Tell the character what you want to know or
what you want him/her to do, and the
application will interpret your words and
display an answer that serves your purpose.
iコンシェル (i-concier)
An application for using i-concier. i-concier is a
service in which a mobile phone supports your
life like a "butler" or "concierge".
NOTTV
Watch Mobacas. You can enjoy programs/
contents broadcasted by "NOTTV" etc. → P.108
IC Tag/Barcode Reader
An application that can read information
written in IC tag or bar code.
docomo backup
An application for backing up to/restoring from
your " データ保管 BOX (Data Storage BOX)" or
"microSD card". → P.144
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Instruction Manual
Display the terminal instruction manual. You
can directly start a function you want to use
from the explanation (in Japanese only).
* See "About manuals of SO-02H" in
"Introduction".
ドコモクラウド (docomo cloud)
This contains the following applications:
docomo phonebook
A phonebook application provided by
docomo. It allows you to manage your
"docomo account" phonebook data in the
cloud. → P.85
docomo mail
Send/receive mails using DOCOMO mail
address (@docomo.ne.jp). Sent/received mails
are saved in cloud. You can view the same
mail on the multiple devices or transfer mail
data easily when changing model.
Pictograms and Deco-mail can be used, and
automatic reception also is supported.→ P.90
フォトコレクション (Photo collection)
A service for backing up photos or videos up
to 5GB to cloud free of charge, then accessing
the backup data from smartphones, tablets or
PCs.
データ保管 BOX (Data Storage Box)
An application for using Data Storage Box.
Data Storage Box is a service which allows you
to upload files to easily manage them in the
cloud.
Memo
An application for creating/managing
memos whose data is shared with Memo
application. It supports i-concier service.
Schedule
An application for creating/managing
schedule whose data is shared with Memo
application. It supports i-concier service. →
P.141
ドコモのおすすめ (docomo's
recommendations)
This contains the following applications:
iDアプリ (iD application)
An application for using "iD", electronic
money offered by docomo. Once you have
set up "iD" on your Osaifu-Keitai, you can
hover the terminal over an IC card reader at
various shops to make your shopping easier
and more comfortable. → P.107
Anshin Scan
An application that allows you to use your
smartphone with peace of mind. It detects
viruses, helps you understand which
applications use your personal data, and alerts
you if you are attempting to access
potentially dangerous websites.
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遠隔サポート (Enkaku support)
An application for using " あんしん遠隔サポー
ト (Anshin Enkaku Support)". " あんしん遠隔サ
ポート (Anshin Enkaku Support)" is a service
that allows staff of the Call center to support
the terminal operations by remote-checking
the display of your own terminal.→ P.202
Disaster kit
An application for using Disaster Message
Board, Disaster Voice Messaging Service and
Early Warning "Area Mail".→ P.98
Visa prepaid
An application for readily issuing Visa prepaid
card that is dedicated to Internet shopping.
You can use it for Internet shopping instantly.
ToruCa
An application for collecting saving coupons/
convenient information from your favorite
shops. → P.108
shoplat
An application for obtaining points or
coupons by checking in at shoplat stores. You
can exchange the points for vouchers or
points of shoplat stores.
docomodake 30color
A simple mini game in which docomodake
appears. Tap pieces in a 7 u 7 square board to
clear.
My Magazine
A search service for displaying articles in the
category of your choice. → P.73
Phone
An application for using phone features and
configuring call settings. → P.75
Media Player
Play music and videos. → P.136
Sony
This contains the following applications:
What's New
Find the latest news about music, videos, and
other media and check for application
updates.
電子書籍 Reader by Sony (e-books
Reader by Sony)
Purchase books or other content at the
"Reader Store", Sony's eBooks store.
TV SideView
View the TV program guide or use your
terminal as a remote for Sony televisions or
other devices.
News from Socialife
View social networking sites, news sites, and
other websites in one place.
PlayStation
Connect your terminal to a PlayStation, and
you can operate it.
Xperia™ Lounge Japan
An application that provides information about
products and campaigns from Sony Mobile
Communications, Inc.
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Evernote
Create memos, images, audio files, and other
content and manage them in one place.
Instagram
An application that allows you to freely edit
photos and videos taken with your terminal
and share them easily with people around the
world.
Twitter
Official Twitter client application. Post a short
message on the website and communicate
with someone else.
Facebook
This contains the following applications:
Facebook
Facebook is a social networking service that
allows you to build closer relationships with
your friends, family, colleagues, or classmates
and to know what is going on in the world.
Messenger
A chat application that allows you to send
messages and stickers to your Facebook
friends or cellphone contacts.
Google
Search information in the terminal and web
pages by keywords. → P.61
Voice Search
Use Google Voice Search. → P.61
Chrome
View web pages in Google Chrome.
Gmail
Send and receive mails from/to a Google
account. → P.97
Google+
The client application for the SNS offered by
Google.
Play Movies & TV
Rent movies from Google Play.
Play Books
Download books from Google Play.
Play Games
Download games from Google Play.
Drive
View/edit files stored in Google Drive.
Photos
Play photos and videos. You can back them up
to your Google account.
Hangouts
Send and receive messages with photos, emoji,
and more. You can also make voice and video
calls.
Google Settings
Configure settings for Google applications.
❖Information
Some pre-installed applications can be uninstalled.
Even if uninstalled, some applications can be
downloaded from "Play Store" (P.102) etc. again.
・ Some applications require downloading and
installation. If downloading an application is not
available, set to allow to download (P.165).
・
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Having multiple applications running can consume
more battery power, resulting in fewer hours of use.
For this reason, it is recommended to quit
applications that you are not using. To quit an
application, nuFlick left or right on its
thumbnail.
・
Adding an application to the
Home screen
Uninstalling an application
Before uninstalling application, back up
contents related to the application that you
want to save including data saved in the
application.
・ Some applications may not be uninstalled.
・
1
Add shortcuts of application to the Home
screen.
1
On the application screen, touch
and hold an icon you want to add
to the Home screen.
・
2
For the application icons in a folder,
drag out from the folder.
Drag it to "Add to Home screen"
displayed at the top of the screen.
・
When the Home screen is displayed,
drag it to a position to locate the
shortcut.
2
3
On the application screen, tap
or flick right from the left edge of
the screenu[Uninstall].
Tap an application icon with .
[OK].
Adding a folder to the
application screen
When the order of application icons is set to
"Custom order" in the option menu (P.52),
you can manage your application icons on
the application screen by putting them in
folders.
1
On the application screen, touch
and hold an application iconu
Drag it over another one.
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❖Information
To move an icon to a folder, on the application
screen, touch and hold an icon you want to
moveuDrag it over a folder.
・ To take out an application icon from a folder, tap the
folderuTouch and hold the application iconuDrag it
to a place you want to locate.
・ To change a folder name, tap a folderuTap the folder
nameuEnter a folder nameuTap [DONE].
Task manager
・
You can check the recently-used applications
and end them. You can activate a small app
(application displayed in a small window)
which can be used while using another
application.
Opening recently-used
application window
Rearranging application icons
When the order of application icons is set to
"Custom order" in the option menu (P.52),
you can rearrange your application icons as
you like.
1
On the application screen, touch
and hold an iconuDrag it to any
position you like.
❖Information
While sorting application icons, drag an icon to the
right edge of the application screen to add an
application screen.
・ Set "Alphabetical", "Most used", or "Installed" to
automatically rearrange the icons.
・
Display recently used applications in
thumbnail list and activate.
1
n.
❖Information
Tap a thumbnail of application to activate.
Flick left or right a thumbnail of application to delete
it from the list.
・ To quit all applications and delete them from the
thumbnail list, tap .
・
・
Small apps
You can use a small app (application
displayed in a small window) such as Browser
while using another application.
Applications downloaded from Google Play
or widgets can be added to small apps.
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Using small apps
1
2
Switching Home
application
n.
・
Your set small apps will appear in the
Favorites bar at the bottom of the
screen.
Select a small app to use.
❖Information
If several small apps are set, flick left or right on the
Favorites bar to see them.
・ To close a running small app, tap
.
In the terminal, you can switch the Home
screen between "docomo" or "Xperia™".
1
・
2
Adding small apps
1
nu
2
Touch and hold the small app or
widget you want to adduDrag it to
the Favorites bar.
・
.
Small apps list appears.
❖Information
Alternatively, select an app/widget in the small app
list to activate a small app.
・ In the small app list, tap
u[Play Store]/[Widgets]
to install a new small app from Google Play or add a
widget to small apps.
・ To delete a small app from the Favorites bar, touch
displayed
and hold that small appuDrag it to
outside the Favorites baruTap [OK].
・ To delete a widget or small app, in the small app list,
u[Delete widget]/[Uninstall small
tap
app]uSelect a widget or small app to deleteu[OK].
・
3
4
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Personalization]
u[Preferred apps settings].
[Set all to]/[Home screen].
・
When "Set all to" is selected, you can set
home application, lock screen,
phonebook application and application
for playing videos or music all at once.
[docomo]/[Xperia™].
[OK].
❖Information
・
When the home application is switched, widgets or
shortcuts on the screen may not be displayed
correctly depending on home screen layout etc.
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Searching information in
the terminal and web
pages
Enter a word in the search box to browse the
information in the terminal or on the
Internet.
❖Information
・
Alternatively, from the Home screen, tap u[Voice
Search] to activate the "Voice Search" application.
Search settings
You can set the language to use for searching
and the type of data you want to find when
searching your terminal.
1
From the Home screen, tap the
Google search widget.
1
2
Enter a search word.
2
3
Tap an item or
keyboard.
・
・
Character entry (P.61)
The search candidate list appears.
of software
3
From the Home screen, tap the
Google Search widget.
Flick right from the left edge of the
screenu[Settings].
Select an item.
Character entry
❖Information
Alternatively, from the Home screen, u[Google]
to activate the "Google" application.
・ In Step 1, the explanation screen for Google Now
may appear. Follow the onscreen instructions.
・ When applications appear in Step 2, select an
application to activate.
・
Using Google Voice Search
Enter a search word by voice.
1
From the Home screen,
Google Search widget.
2
Speak a search word to the
microphone.
Enter characters using the software keyboard
which appears when you tap the character
input box in a mail, phonebook, etc.
❖Information
To hide software keyboard, tap
displayed at
the lower left of the screen.
・ Touch and hold a text on the character entry screen
to display the enlarged text.
・
of the
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POBox Plus 日本語入力 使い方ガイ
ド (Xperia™ Japanese keyboard
Online help)
Character input method for the terminal is
set to"Xperia™ Japanese keyboard" by
default when the language is set to 日本語
(Japanese). Details on using Xperia Japanese
keyboard are explained in "POBox Plus 使い方
ガイド (Online help)".
1
On the character entry screen,
of the quick tool bar.
・
・
2
Details of the quick tool bar (P.64)
If the quick tool bar does not appear,
tap
(for character mode of
"Alphabet" and "Numeric", tap
/
to switch to "Kana", then
appears).
[Help & Tips].
❖Information
When the language is set to English, the default
input method is set to "International keyboard". To
use the Japanese keyboard, tap [Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard] in Step 3. In this manual, explanations are
given only for "Xperia™ Japanese keyboard".
・ You can also select a keyboard by tapping
displayed at the lower right of the screen when
entering characters.
・
Software keyboard
For Xperia™ Japanese keyboard, the
following software keyboard can be used.
・ Character input method (P.64)
Keypad
QWERTY
Selecting keyboard
1
2
3
From the Home screen, u
[Settings].
[Language & input]u[Current
Keyboard]
Keyboard with the same key
arrangement as a mobile phone.
Repeatedly tap a key to select a
character (multi-tap input). Flick
input is also available.
Keyboard with characters allocated
in the same arrangement as general
PCs. Enter Japanese in Roman
character. Flick input is also
available.
❖Information
・
Besides using the software keyboards, handwriting
input and voice input are available for entering
characters.
Tap any of [Xperia™ Chinese
keyboard]/[Xperia™ keyboard]/
[Xperia™ Japanese keyboard].
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Switching software keyboard
or changing the settings
For beginners
Display the tool list to switch between
software keyboard and handwriting/voice
input, use plug-in applications (extensions),
or change the settings.
1
On the character entry screen,
of the quick tool bar.
・
・
Details of the quick tool bar (P.64)
If the quick tool bar does not appear,
tap
(for character mode of
"Alphabet" and "Numeric", tap
/
to switch to "Kana", then
appears).
Keyboard
layout
Switch to
QWERTY/
Switch to
keypad
One-handed
keyboard
My Words
Settings
Set software keyboard (Keypad or
QWERTY) for each character mode.
Switch to QWERTY/keypad.
Handwriting
docomo voice
input
Google voice
typing
Download
Select "Online help" to display
"POBox Plus 日本語入力 使い方ガイド
(Online help for Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard)" (Japanese) (P.62).
Select "Simple keyboard" to switch
to an easy-to-see software
keyboard.
Select "Reset" to restore the settings
and design of the software
keyboard to their factory defaults.
Switch to handwriting input.
Switch to docomo voice input.
Switch to Google voice typing.
Download plug-in applications
(extensions) from website.
Contact Picker P.66
2.3
Change the keyboard size for onehanded operation.
P.67
Change Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard settings.
Keyboard skins Change software keyboard skin.
Online help
P.62
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b
Character input method
Show/hide the quick tool bar.
When you tap a key on the software
keyboard, candidates list for the entered
characters appears. Tap a word you want to
enter from the candidate list, text can be
input one after another.
a
c
b
f
c
g
d
h
i
e
Keypad
a
d
g
b
f
e
h
i
c
QWERTY
h
d
f
j
c
i
g
Handwriting input
a
Characters assigned to a key appear in reverse order.
/
Appears when entering numbers, tap to switch onebyte/two-byte character.
/
/
Appears in alphanumerics input mode, tap to switch
lower case, capitalization and upper case.
Quick tool bar
Display shortcuts of frequently-used functions. Tap
to display the tool list (P.63).
Move the cursor to the left.
/
Show/hide list of symbols, facemarks, etc.
/
/
Appears before fixing character in Kana mode and
switches among 予測 (prediction) candidate list/変換
(conversion) candidate list/ 英数カナ (alphanumeric/
katakana) conversion candidate list.
e
/
/
The character mode switches "Kana" →"Alphabet" →
"Numeric" in order.
/
/
Touch and hold
Display the tool list (P.63).
d
f
Delete the character before the cursor.
g
Move the cursor to the right.
When there is an unfixed character string with the
cursor at the right end, tap to enter the same
character as the one at the end (Except for
Handwriting input).
h
Enter spaces.
In Kana mode, highlight and select word in the
candidate list.
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i
Enter a line feed.
*
j
Appears before fixing character and fixes the
character.
* In some screens,
, " 次へ (Next)", " 完了
(Done)", " 実行 (Go)", etc. appear.
Return to keypad/QWERTY.
Flick input
Flick up/down/left/right to enter characters
in each column of kana syllabary.
Ex: Entering characters in " な " column
You can enter " な " only by tapping. Flick left
for " に ", up for " ぬ ", right for " ね " and down
for " の ".
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
To return to the display before conversion after the
conversion is fixed, tap
displayed in つながり予測
(associative) candidate (except in handwriting input
mode) etc.
To enlarge the display area, tap
in the candidate
list. To display the software keyboard, tap
or [ 閉じ
る (Close)].
For Handwriting input, tap an icon at the upper left
of entered character to display candidates for the
entered character. Recognized character is displayed
in light blue and characters are displayed at the
bottom of candidate list in different colors by type.
For Handwriting input, the following operations are
available.
- When entering 2 or more characters and tapping
the icon at the upper left,
appears. Tap
to
combine entered 2 characters to 1 character.
- When entering characters, tap
to delete
entered characters.
Note the following when you use Handwriting input.
- For voiced sound and semi voiced sound mark,
enter in the right upper part of the input screen.
- For punctuation mark and lower case, enter in the
lower part from the center of the input screen.
Multi-tap input
Tap the same key continuously to enter the
assigned character.
To enter a character assigned to the same
key, wait for changing color of tapped key to
the original (approx. 1 second), then enter
the next character (for entering the next
character soon, tap
to move the cursor).
With the key in the original color, tap
to
enter the last entered character again.
Ex: Entering " あお "
1
Tap "あ" onceuWait approximately
1 second (until the key color
returns to the original).
2
Tap " あ " 5 times.
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❖Information
or
1
2
Tap " あ " onceu(Immediately)
Tap " あ " 5 times.
.
❖Information
To switch the input method between "Flick input"
and "Multi-tap input", tap
in the quick tool bar
on the character entry screenu[Settings]u[Input
method]u[Input method], then select the desired
item.
・
Editing text
On the character entry screen, double-tap
character you want to edit so that text edit
menu appears at the top of the screen. Drag
or to change the character string to
select.
(Select all)
(Cut)
(Copy)
(Paste)
(Complete)
Select all text.
Cut a selected character string.
Copy a selected character string.
Paste a copied/cut character
string.
Close the edit menu.
To paste a copied or cut character string, touch and
hold a position where you want to insertuTap
[PASTE]. When text is already entered, tap a position
where you want to insertu uTap [PASTE].
・ Edit menu icons vary by applications.
・ In the landscape screen, editing menu may not be
displayed.
・ On some applications, the function may not be
available.
・
Quoting contacts
If contacts are registered to the Contacts, you
can use "Contact Picker 2.3" to enter contact
information when entering characters.
1
On the character entry screen,
of the quick tool bar.
・
・
2
3
4
Details of the quick tool bar (P.64)
If the quick tool bar does not appear,
tap
(for character mode of
"Alphabet" and "Numeric", tap
/
to switch to "Kana", then
appears).
[Contact Picker 2.3]uTap
"CONTACTS" tab.
Tap the contact to pick up.
Mark items you want to
quoteu[OK].
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❖Information
"HISTORY" tab displays contacts that are picked up
when entering characters.
・
My Words
Register words to My Words beforehand to
display the words as the preferred candidates
when entering characters.
1
On the character entry screen,
of the quick tool bar.
・
・
2
3
4
5
6
Details of the quick tool bar (P.64)
If the quick tool bar does not appear,
tap
(for character mode of
"Alphabet" and "Numeric", tap
/
to switch to "Kana", then
appears).
[My Words].
.
Tap the character input box for
"Reading"uFill it out.
Tap the character input box for
"Word"uFill it out.
[OK].
Setting character entry
For each input method, you can make
settings related to character entry.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Language &
input].
2
Tap any of [Xperia™ Chinese
keyboard]/[Xperia™ keyboard]/
[Google voice typing]/[MojiHenshu]/[Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard].
・
Tap an item displayed on the screen to
set.
❖Information
・
・
The items vary depending on the input method.
When entering characters with Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard, on the character entry screen, tap
of
the quick tool baru[Settings] to display the settings
screen for Xperia™ Japanese keyboard.
❖Information
・
To delete, in Step 3, mark words in My Words to
deleteu uTap [DELETE].
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docomo LIVE UX
Home screen
Managing the Home
screen
Tapping h displays Home screen which
consists of up to 7 screens you can use
flicking left and right.
a
b
Move application icons or add widgets or
folders to the Home screen.
f
c
d
e
g
h
Adding/Moving applications
etc. to the Home screen
"ひつじのしつじくん®
(Butler Sheep)"
©NTT DOCOMO
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
2
Any of [Show apps]/[Show
widgets]/[Create folder]/[MachiChara display setting].
a
b
c
d
Widget : Google Search
Machi-chara
Application icon
Apps button
・ Display the application list screen (P.70).
e Application icons
・ This icons are always displayed even when the
Home screen is switched.
f Wallpaper
g Current home screen position
・ Flick the Home screen left or right to switch.
h My Magazine button
・ Display My Magazine (P.73).
To move/add applications or widgets,
touch and hold the iconuDrag it to the
Home screen display area at the
bottom of the screen.
・ When you tap [Machi-Chara display
setting], make basic settings/Machichara setting.
・
❖Information
To move applications into a folder, touch and hold an
iconuDrag it over a folder.
・ Tap a folderuTap a folder name to changer the folder
name.
・
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Moving an icon on the Home
screen
1
2
❖Information
You can disable some applications or widgets which
cannot be uninstalled by dragging to "Disable app"
in Step 2 (P.163).
・
From the Home screen, touch and
hold an icon you want to move.
Drag it anywhere.
・
To move to another Home screen, keep
touching the icon and drag it to left or
right.
Deleting an icon from the
Home screen
1
From the Home screen, touch and
hold an icon you want to delete.
2
Drag to "Back to apps list"/
"Remove from Home".
Uninstalling an application or widget
from the Home screen
Changing Kisekae
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
2
3
[Change Kisekae].
Tap a Kisekae you want to
changeu[SET].
❖Information
Alternatively, from the Home screen, u u
[Kisekae].
・ You can add Kisekae contents by tapping [Search on
the web] to download from website. To delete added
Kisekae contents, tap a Kisekae to deleteu[DELETE]
u[Delete].
・
Before uninstalling application, back up
contents related to the application or widget
that you want to save including data saved in
the application or widget.
・ Some applications or widgets may not be
uninstalled.
・
1
2
From the Home screen, touch and
hold an icon you want to uninstall.
Drag to "Uninstall"u[OK].
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Changing wallpaper
1
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
2
3
[Change wallpaper].
Alternatively, pinch-in on the Home screen to display
the home screen list.
・ Up to 7 home screen can be set.
・ To return to the Home screen, tap h or b, or
pinch-out.
・
Tap a wallpaper you want to
change.
・
4
❖Information
Tap [See more wallpapers] to select
from "Album", "Photos", "Live
Wallpapers", or "Xperia™".
Application screen
1
Follow the onscreen instructions
to set wallpaper.
From the Home screen,
・
.
Flick the Home screen downwards to
display the application screen.
a
d
e
b
Adding a home screen
1
2
3
Touch and hold an area of the
Home screen where no icons are
displayed.
[Home screens].
.
To delete home screen, tap of the
home screen thumbnail you want to
delete.
・ To sort home screens, touch and hold a
home screen thumbnail you want to
sortuDrag it to any position.
・
f
c
a
Apps/Widgets/Wallpapers tab
・ Display application icons/widgets/wallpaper list.
b Application icon list
・ Applications on the Home screen are not
displayed in the list.
c Home screen display area
・ Flick left or right to switch.
d Option menu
・ View optional menu such as Settings.
e Recommends button
・ Install applications recommended by DOCOMO
(P.71).
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f
Current position in the list screen
・ Display by application icon/widget list.
❖Information
To close the application screen, tap b or h, or
flick up the Home screen display area at the bottom
of the screen.
・
❖Information
You can disable some applications or widgets which
cannot be uninstalled by dragging to "Disable app"
in Step 2 (P.163).
・
Moving application in the
application icon list
Customizing the application
screen
1
On the application screen, touch
and hold an icon to move.
Moving/Adding an application or
widget to the Home screen
2
Drag it anywhere.
1
2
On the application screen, touch
and hold an icon you want to add
to the Home screen.
Drag it to the Home screen display
area at the bottom of the screen.
Uninstalling an application or widget
Some application icons and widgets can be
deleted from the application screen.
・ Before uninstalling an application or widget,
see "Uninstalling an application or widget
from the Home screen" (P.69).
1
On the application screen, touch
and hold an icon of application
you want to uninstall.
2
Drag to "Uninstall"u[OK].
Installing "Recommends"
applications
Install applications recommended by
DOCOMO.
1
On the application screen,
[Recommends].
2
[ おすすめアプリを見る (See
recommended apps)].
Select an application to use.
3
・
Download screen appears. Follow the
onscreen instructions.
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Display all apps
It is a function to search where an application
is located.
1
1
From the Home screen,
u u[Display all apps].
・
2
Backing up the Home screen
On the Home screen,
u u[Layout backup and
Restore].
・
All applications are displayed in a list.
Tap an application.
・
The screen such as the Home screen,
application list, or the folder where the
tapped application icon is located
appears. The application icon is
selected in the screen.
Backing up and restoring
the Home screen
You can use docomo LIVE UX data backed up
on the docomo cloud to restore the layout of
applications, widgets, and other items on the
Home screen. Once it is restored, a page for
docomo services is added to the bottom of
the Home screen.
・ To use the backup and restore features, you
need to set up your "docomo ID" (P.164).
For the first activation, confirm the
Application Privacy Policy, Precautions,
and Software License Agreement, then
tap [AGREE].
u[BACKUP].
2
Restoring the Home screen
1
2
On the Home screen,
u u[Layout backup and
Restore].
[Restore the latest backup data]/
[Restore from backup data list].
・
3
If you selected [Restore from backup
data list], select the data you want to
restoreuTap [Restore].
[Restore].
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Backup settings
1
2
On the Home screen,
u u[Layout backup and
Restore].
.
Backup
automatically
Multi-Device
Sync
Sync on Wi-Fi
only
Sync while
Roaming
Delete backup
data
Open source
licenses
Terms of use
Help
About
Set whether to periodically back up
the home screen information for
the docomo LIVE UX.
Set whether to send a notification
to your other devices when an
application has been installed.
Set whether to back up or sync
data only when the terminal is
connected via Wi-Fi.
Set whether to back up or sync
data during international roaming.
Delete your backup information
from the server.
View open source licenses.
Using My Magazine
My Magazine is a search service for
displaying articles for categories you
selected. It helps to set search words
depending on your tendency of read articles
or profile information to come close to your
preference.
1
From the Home screen,
2
Tap an article you want to read.
❖Information
Alternatively, flick the Home screen up to display the
article list.
・
View the terms of use.
View the operation guide.
View the application's version and
other information.
.
When you activate for the first time,
select categories on the selection
screen for categories then tap [OK].
・ Flick the article list screen left or right to
switch categories.
・ Tap [See more info] to show other
articles in the category.
・
Setting a category
1
2
From the Home screen,
u u[Display category
setting].
Mark the category you want to
displayu[OK].
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Changing My Magazine use
setting
1
From the Home screen,
u u[My Magazine
settings]u[My Magazine use
setting].
2
[Use]/[Not use]u[OK].
❖Information
・
You can also set by tapping
on the application
screenu[My Magazine use setting].
Checking Home
application information
1
On the application screen,
u[About].
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Phone
Making/Receiving a call
Making a call/video call
1
From the Home screen,
tab.
2
Enter a phone numberu
3
When the call is finished,
u"Dial"
.
To make a video call, enter a phone
numberu uTap [Video call].
・ Tap
to delete the number.
・
・
.
To end a video call, tap the screenuTap
.
❖Information
In Step 2, tap
without entering a phone number
to enter the phone number registered as the latest
call in Recent calls.
・ To activate Xperia™ phone application, from the
Home screen, tap u[Dial].
・ You can display contact, create message (SMS), or
make call again from the call end screen.
・ With VoLTE, you can make high-quality voice and
video calls. You can also switch between voice and
video calls.
To use VoLTE, both parties must meet the following
requirements.
- Both terminals support VoLTE.
- Both parties are in a Xi service area. (VoLTE is not
available outside a Xi service area or during
international roaming.)
・
- "Preferred network type" in "Mobile networks" is
set to "LTE (preferred)/3G/GSM" or "LTE/3G" (P.189),
and "Call mode" is set to "VoLTE/3G" (P.85).
・ On a video call, both speakers can see each other
while talking.
- When you make a video call, voice call and packet
communication charges will apply. When you
receive a video call, packet communication
charges will apply.
- Video calls are based on best-effort
communication (which optimizes transmission
speed depending on how busy your network is),
so the quality of video images varies depending on
your network environment.
- If your terminal fails to switch to a video call while
on a voice call, a massage appears on the screen,
and the voice call continues.
- Since imaging for video call varies by terminal
model, your terminal and the other party's
terminal may show different image in scope.
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Emergency call
Emergency call
Police call
Fire and emergency rescue
Coast guard
Phone
number
110
119
118
in a stationary position to prevent the call from being
dropped. Do not power off the terminal for at least
10 minutes after the emergency call just in case the
Police or Fire/Ambulance may have to get in contact
with you.
・ Note that you may not connect to the local Fire
Department or Police Station depending on where
you are calling from.
❖Note
❖Information
This terminal supports "Emergency call location
information". If you use the terminal to place a call to
emergency numbers such as 110, 119, or 118, the
information of a location where you are calling from
(location information) is automatically notified to the
Emergency call acceptance organization such as the
Police Station.
The Emergency call acceptance organization may not
be able to figure out your exact location depending
on the location where you place a call or radio wave
condition.
If you make a call hiding your caller ID, such as by
entering a phone number with "184" for each call, the
location information and phone number are not
notified. However, the Emergency call acceptance
organization may decide to obtain the location
information and phone number regardless of your
settings when they consider it is necessary for
lifesaving, etc. Note that the areas/time for which the
"Emergency call location information" is ready to be
used vary depending on the preparatory state of each
Emergency call acceptance organization.
・ When calling 110, 119 or 118 for emergency from the
terminal, tell that you are calling from a mobile
phone, and give your phone number and your
current location precisely for checking callback from
the police/fire department. Also, make a point to call
・
・
・
・
・
・
If docomo nano UIM card is not inserted to the
terminal, emergency calls (110, 119, 118) cannot be
made in Japan.
You can make an emergency call by tapping
[Emergency call] on the lock screen. In Japan,
however, on the PIN code entry screen, while PIN
code locked or while PUK locked, emergency calls
(110, 119, 118) cannot be made.
If you call to emergency numbers with Call Blocking
is ON, the setting turns off automatically.
Emergency calls may not be available on some
networks.
The video call feature does not support emergency
calls to 110, 119, and 118.
Entering pause (,)/(;) to send
For using services requiring entry of number
during a call such as check of the balance of a
bank account, reservation of tickets, etc.,
enter an additional number to a phone
number beforehand and make a call.
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■
Using 2-second pause (,)
Added number will automatically be sent
approximately 2 seconds after the call is
made.
u"Dial"
1
From the Home screen,
tab.
2
Enter a phone numberu u[Add
2–sec pause]uEnter an additional
numberu .
3 When the call is finished,
■ Using a wait (;)
.
Making an international call (WORLD
CALL)
For details on the WORLD CALL, refer to NTT
DOCOMO website.
・ Send replacing "+" by an international access
code.
From the Home screen,
tab.
2
Dial + (touch and hold [0])uEnter
Country code, Area code (City
code), recipient number in the
orderu .
Sending is automatically on standby when
the call is made and a confirmation screen
asking if you send the additional number
appears.
From the Home screen,
tab.
2
Enter a phone numberu u[Add
wait]uEnter an additional number
u .
On a confirmation screen, [YES].
3
4
When the call is finished,
・
u"Dial"
1
u"Dial"
1
3
When "Auto conversion" in
International dial assist is marked
(P.193), the international dial assist
screen appears when sending. Tap [Call
original] or [Call].
When the call is finished,
.
❖Information
・
If the area code begins with "0", omit "0". However, "0"
may be required to dial to some countries or areas
such as Italy.
.
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Receiving a phone/video call
When a phone or video call comes in, the
incoming call screen appears.
・ If the backlight is on (except on the lock
screen) or an application is running, a
notification appears at the top of the screen
(P.79).
・
1
On the incoming call screen, drag
(left) to (right).
・
2
To accept a video call, drag (left) to
(right). To answer a call with voice
only, drag (left) for "Voice only" to
(right).
When the call is finished,
.
Answering a video call with the
camera turned off
You can answer a video call without sending
your image to the other party.
1
On the incoming call screen, drag
"Response options" up.
2
[Answer without video].
Putting a call on hold
If you are not available to answer a call, you
can put the call on hold.
1
On the incoming call screen, drag
"Response options" up.
2
[Put caller on hold].
3
When you are ready to answer the
call, drag (left) to (right).
The other party will hear a message
saying that the call is on hold.
・
The call will be put on hold until you
drag
(right) to (left) or the other
party ends the call.
Answering an incoming call with
Answering Machine
Even when Answering Machine is not set, you
can activate Answering Machine manually.
1
On the incoming call screen, drag
"Response options" up.
2
[Reject with Answering Machine].
❖Information
・
If there is a recorded message,
is displayed in the
status bar. Drag the status bar downwardsuTap
[Answering Machine] to display the Messages screen,
where you can check the recorded message.
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Muting the ringtone for an incoming
call
1
While receiving a call, press the
volume key or P.
❖Information
❖Information
・
To edit existing message, from the Home screen, tap
u
u[Call settings]u[Reject call with
message]uSelect an existing message and edit
itu[OK] in advance.
・
Receiving a phone/video call when an
application is running
Declining a call
If the backlight is on (except on the lock
screen) or an application is running when a
call comes in, a notification appears at the
top of the screen.
You can stop vibration by pressing the volume key or
P when silent mode (with vibration) is set.
・ On the Home screen etc., press the volume key to
adjust the ringtone volume.
1
When receiving a call, drag
(right) to (left).
1
Rejecting an incoming call and
sending a message (SMS)
If you are not available to answer a phone or
video call, you can decline the call and send a
message (SMS). Message to send is registered
in advance, and you can edit it if necessary.
1
2
3
On the incoming call screen, drag
"Response options" up.
[Reject with message].
Tap a message to send.
・
2
(Accept).
You can start a voice conversation.
・ You can answer an incoming video call
with voice only.
・ To accept a video call, tap
.
・ To decline a call, tap
(Decline).
・ Tap a notification that appears, and you
can see the incoming call screen.
When the call is finished,
.
Tap [Write new message] to create and
send a message.
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Operations during a call
■
While on a video call, you will see the other
party's image in a parent window, and your
image in a child window, with the operation
area hidden. Tap the screen to show the
operation area.
On the Calling screen, you can set
speakerphone or mute, or enter a phone
number to make a call to another party.
■
Screen displayed during a video call
Screen displayed during a voice call
a
e
b
b
a
d
l
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
g
h
m
n
o
p
k
k
a
High-quality call
・ Displayed during a VoLTE call.
・ Displayed during outgoing and incoming video
calls and during incoming voice calls.
b Call duration time
c Photo/image set in the phonebook entry
d Number of the other party
e Name of the other party
f Dial key : Send a push signal while on a call.
g Audio output : Turn the speakerphone on/off.
・ Other party's voice can be heard from the speaker
and handsfree call can be made.
・ Video calls are made or received with the
speakerphone turned on.
・ If your terminal is connected to a Bluetooth
device or the like, you can tap the icon to switch
between audio output devices.
h Mute : Turn the microphone on/off during a call.
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i
Video call : Switch from a voice call to a video call.
・ When you tap this icon, the other party will see a
message asking for permission to switch to a
video call. If the other party accepts it, you can
switch to a video call.
・ If the other party has declined to switch to a
video call, is outside a Xi service area, or is using a
terminal that does not support VoLTE, a message
appears indicating that the call cannot be
switched. Tap [OK] to continue the voice call.
・ "Hold" is displayed during a 3G voice call.
j Option menu (voice call)
・ Add call
[More options]uTap [Add call] to add a voice call.
・ Hold call
[More options]uTap [Hold call]/[Resume call] to
put a voice call on hold or cancel the hold.
・ To add a call, "Call waiting" subscription is
required (P.84).
・ "Add call" is displayed during a 3G voice call.
k End a call
l Parent window for a video call (other party's image)
・
is displayed if your terminal cannot receive
the other party's image.
m Child window for a video call (your image)
・
is displayed if the camera is off.
n Switching between cameras for sending your
image
・ Tap this icon to switch between cameras for
shooting your image.
o
Option menu (video call)
・ Dialpad
Open a dialpad while on a video call.
・ Change to voice
uTap [Change to voice] to switch to a voice
call.
・ Switch videos
uTap [Switch videos] to switch the display
area between the parent window (showing the
other party's image) and the child window
(showing your image).
p Camera on/off
Select whether to send your image to the other
party or hide it.
❖Note
・
Do not bring the terminal close to your ear with the
speakerphone on to avoid from hearing damage.
❖Information
If you switch to a different screen, such as the Home
screen, while talking on the phone, making a call, or
putting a call on hold, the status bar will change
color. Drag the status bar downwardsuTap the
notification to return to the phone application
screen.
・ Switching to a different screen, such as the Home
screen, while on a video call, turns the camera off.
・
Adjusting the earpiece volume
1
Press the volume key during a call.
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81
h
Call history
Incoming call and outgoing call are displayed
by chronological order in the Recent calls
screen. Up to 500 items can be displayed.
Showing call history
1
■
Adding a number from the Recent
calls to Phonebook
1
uTap
From the Home screen,
"Recent calls" tab.
History
・ The details of an incoming or outgoing call
(Outgoing, Incoming, or Missed call) are
displayed.
From the Home screen, uTap
"Recent calls" tabuTap a phone
numberu[Register].
・
Recent calls screen
a
b
c
d
e
f
2
[Add new contact]/[Add to the
existing contact].
・
g
h
3
Phonebook
・ The phonebook list screen appears.
b All tab
c Phone number/name
d Incoming tab
e Outgoing tab
f Voice call button
・ Tap this button to make a voice call to the
corresponding phone number in the call log.
g Date
4
When “Add to the existing contact” is
selected, select a contact to save to.
On the profile edit screen, enter
necessary information such as
name.
・
a
Alternatively, on the Recent calls screen,
touch and hold a phone numberu[Edit
number before call]u[Register].
To add items, tap [Add other items].
[Save].
Deleting a call history
1
From the Home screen,
u"Recent calls" tabuTouch and
hold an incoming/outgoing
history you want to delete.
2
[Delete from call log]u[OK].
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❖Information
To delete all the entries in the call log, on the Recent
calls screen, tap the "All" tabu u[Delete
log]uMark "Select all"u[Delete]uTap [Delete].
・ Voice and video calls are not distinguished in the call
log.
Answering Machine
・
Displaying missed calls
When you have missed calls,
the status bar.
1
2
appears in
Drag the status bar downwards.
[Missed call].
・
If an application selection screen is
displayed, select the application you
want to use, then tap [JUST ONCE]/
[ALWAYS].
❖Information
When there is a missed call, you can make a call or
send message (SMS) to the caller of the missed call
from "CALL BACK"/"MESSAGE" below "Missed call" in
the Notification panel.
For multiple missed calls, number of calls appears
below "Missed call".
・ A missed call notification and the number of missed
calls are displayed on the lock screen. Double-tap the
notification to see the Recent calls screen.
・
When Answering Machine is set, the
answering message is played when you
cannot answer an incoming call and message
from the caller can be recorded even if you
are not subscriber of Voice Mail Service. Up to
approximately 60 seconds per one can be
recorded.
・ Answering Machine is not available for video
calls.
1
2
From the Home screen, u
[Call settings]u[Answering
Machine].
Answering
Machine
Pick up after
Use while
roaming
Greetings
Messages
.
Set whether to use Answering
Machine.
Set a ringing time for answering.
Set whether to use Answering
Machine when you stay abroad.
Switch the answering message
language to Japanese or English or
record a message.
To record message, tap [Record
new greeting] and follow the
onscreen instructions.
Check recorded messages.
❖Information
・
If there is a recorded message,
is displayed in the
status bar. Drag the status bar downwardsuTap
[Answering Machine] to display the [Messages]
screen, where you can check the recorded message.
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83
To delete recorded message, touch and hold a
messageuTap [Delete]/[Delete All]u[OK].
・ The number of messages that can be stored
depends on the amount of available memory on
your terminal.
・
Call settings
You can set the network services, register call
rejection or edit Reject call with message.
1
2
From the Home screen,
[Call settings].
u
.
Network Voice mail Record caller's message
service service*1
when you cannot answer an
incoming call.
Call
Forward a call when you
forwarding cannot answer an incoming
*1
service
call.
Call
Put the current call on hold
Waiting*1 and answering an incoming
call or making a call to
another party.
Caller ID
Notify the display of the
notification recipient phone of your
phone number.
Nuisance Register phone numbers of
call
nuisance call to reject.
blocking
service
Network Caller ID
service display
request
service
Second call
settings*1
Call
notification
English
guidance
Remote
operation
settings
Public
mode
(power
OFF)
setting
Roaming settings
Phone ringtone
Also vibrate for calls
Dialpad tones
Answering Machine
Request number notification
for calls without phone
number with guidance.
Notify you when a call comes
in during another call.
Notify incoming calls by
message (SMS) while the
power is off or you are out of
service area.
Switch the voice guidance to
English or Japanese.
Set to operate Voice Mail
Service or Call forwarding
Service using land-line
phone, public phone or
DOCOMO mobile phone, etc.
While the terminal is OFF or
in Airplane mode, a guidance
message indicating that the
receiver cannot answer the
call is heard on the caller's
terminal and then the call
ends.
Set to reject incoming calls
overseas or use roaming
guidance (P.192).
Set ringtone (P.160).
Set whether to vibrate the
terminal when receiving a
call.
Set whether to emit dialpad
operation sound.
P.83
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Set whether to reject
incoming calls for numbers
not in the phonebook,
private, pay phone and
unknown.
Reject call with
Edit/set a message (SMS) to
message
be sent when rejecting an
incoming call (P.79).
Sub address settings Set whether " " in phone
number is identified as a sub
address separator.
Prefix settings
Register a prefix number
added before phone number
when making a call.
Equalizer
Adjust sound quality during a
call.
Slow talk
Slow the caller’s talking speed
to make the call to be heard
slowly.
Call mode
Set a network mode.
Contact docomo*2
Make a call to General
Inquiries, inquiries for
damage, theft or loss
overseas or damage overseas.
Phone account
Set Internet phone (SIP)
settings
account.
Call Blocking
*1 Not available for video calls.
*2 Not displayed if a docomo nano UIM card is not
inserted.
Phonebook
On the phonebook, you can enter various
information for contacts, for example, phone
numbers, mail addresses and various service
accounts.
Displaying phonebook
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[docomo
phonebook]u"Contacts" tab.
・
The phonebook list screen appears.
❖Information
To use cloud service for the phonebook, "docomo
phonebook" application is needed. When you use
the "docomo phonebook" for the first time
(including after resetting the application) or log in to
cloud from the "docomo phonebook", the "Use of
Cloud" screen appears and you can start using cloud.
・ From the Home screen,
uTap [Phonebook] to
display the phonebook list.
・ Phonebook data can be backed up to/restored from
a microSD card using the "docomo backup"
application (P.145).
・ From the Home screen,
uTap [Contacts] to
activate Xperia™ phonebook.
・
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k
Phonebook list screen
On the phonebook list screen, you can view
details of your contacts. You can add a
photo or image to a phonebook entry, and
display phonebook entries by group.
a
d
bc
Index
・ Display the index character to search entries in
the order of Japanese syllabary, alphabet, etc.
Managing phonebook
Adding a new phonebook entry
i
e
f
j
g
h
k
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u
[docomo phonebook]uTap
"Contacts" tabu[Register].
2
On the profile edit screen, enter
necessary information such as
name.
a
Group tab
・ Display the phonebook group.
b Cloud
・ Log in to cloud ("Use of Cloud" screen is
displayed) or log out of cloud ("Suspend sync"
screen is displayed).
c Option menu
d Contacts tab
e Name registered in the phonebook entry
f Photo/image set in the phonebook entry
・ Tap a photo/image to make a call/video call or
send a message (SMS) or mail.
g Search
h Register
i My profile tab
・ Check your own phone number.
j Index character area
・ Tap index character to display phonebook entries
allocated to the index character.
・
3
To add items, tap [Add other items].
[Save].
❖Information
・
When the language is set to Japanese, if you saved
phonebook entries with the "Phonetic name (last/
first)" field filled in, the phonebook list screen shows
them in Japanese syllabary order or alphabetical
order of the "Phonetic name" entries. If you did not
fill in the "Phonetic name" field, the entry is displayed
in the " 他 (Others)" section on the phonebook list
screen only when you entered the last and first
names in Kanji using Japanese "Kana" characters.
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Making a call using the phonebook
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u
[docomo phonebook]uTap
"Contacts" tabuSelect a
Registering a phonebook entry to
Favorites
1
phonebook entry you want to
make a call to.
2
3
On the Profile screen, tap a phone
number.
[Call]/[Video call].
Editing a phonebook entry
1
2
3
4
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u
[docomo phonebook]uTap
"Contacts" tabuSelect a
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u
[docomo phonebook]uTap
"Contacts" tabuSelect a
phonebook entry to add to
Favorites.
2
On the Profile screen, tap
.
❖Information
・
To display phonebook entries added to Favorites, on
the phonebook list screen, tap "Group"
tabu[Favorites].
phonebook entry to edit.
On the Profile screen, [Edit].
Select a required item and edit.
[Save].
❖Information
・
You cannot edit contacts for the Facebook account.
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Using optional menu
1
■
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[docomo
phonebook]u"Contacts" tabuTap
on the contacts list screen/
profile screen.
Phonebook list screen
Select and delete
several/all
phonebook entries.
Cloud menu*1
Display cloud menu.
Import/Export
P.89
Settings International use
Set for using docomo
setting for docomo phonebook overseas.
phonebook
docomo ID/Wi-Fi
Set for using docomo
settings
services via Wi-Fi.
Contacts display
Set display order of
order
phonebook entries.
Accounts to display Set a phonebook to
be displayed in the
phonebook list
screen.
i-concier menu*2
Set the phonebook
support function for iconcier.
Help
Display Help of
docomo phonebook.
About
Display version etc. of
docomo phonebook.
Delete
*2 Subscription to i-concier is required.
■
Profile screen
Share
Delete
Set ringtone
Join/Separate
Send a displayed phonebook
entry with Bluetooth function,
Email, etc.
Delete a displayed phonebook
entry.
Set a ringtone for displayed
phonebook entry.
Join/separate displayed
phonebook entry.
Setting phonebook entries to Group
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[docomo
phonebook]uTap "Group" tab.
2
3
Tap a group.
[Add member]uMark phonebook
entries to addu[OK]u[OK].
❖Information
To cancel group setting, in Step 3, [Delete
member]uMark phonebook entries to
deleteu[OK]u[OK].
・ When you set Google account etc., display groups by
account. You can set/cancel group in the same
account.
・
*1 Signing in to cloud is required.
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Creating a new group in the
phonebook
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[docomo
phonebook]uTap "Group" tab.
2
3
[Add group].
On the group adding screen, enter
account, group name, icon,
coloru[OK].
・
The items vary depending on the
account type.
❖Information
Groups in docomo account can be sorted. To do so,
tap [Sort] in Step 2 and follow the onscreen
instructions.
・ Groups in docomo account can be edited/deleted.
To edit/delete a group, touch and hold a
groupu[Edit group]/[Delete group].
Importing/Exporting
phonebook entries
You can export/import phonebook entries
from/to a microSD card or docomo nano UIM
card. This is useful, for example, when you
want to move the contact information to
another phone.
・ You can also use a synchronization service for
synchronizing your phonebook (P.170).
・ Insert a microSD card in advance (P.176).
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[docomo
phonebook]uTap "Contacts"
tabu u[Import/Export].
2
Select an item.
・
Checking My profile and editing
information
1
2
3
From the Home screen, u
[docomo phonebook]uTap "My
profile" tabu[Edit].
On the My profile screen, enter
necessary information such as
name.
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
・ When [Share phonebook data] is
tapped, select an application to send.
・
❖Information
・
To export phonebook entries to docomo nano UIM
card, use "Contacts" app of Xperia™. Note that only
the name and the first phone number and email
address are saved for each contact because of the
limited memory on the docomo nano UIM card. For
some phonebook entries, a part of data may not be
exported.
[Save].
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Mail/Web browser
docomo mail
Message (SMS)
Send/receive mails using DOCOMO mail
address (@docomo.ne.jp).
Pictograms and Deco-mail can be used, and
automatic reception also is supported.
Sent/received mails are stored to the docomo
mail server. Mails can be transferred readily in
case the terminal is lost or you change the
model. Also, with a docomo ID, you can use
mail on your PC, tablet, and other devices.
For details of docomo mail, refer to NTT
DOCOMO website.
1
From the Home screen,
・
Sending message (SMS)
1
From the Home screen,
u[Messaging].
・
.
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
❖Information
・
You can send/receive text message to/from a
mobile phone number as a recipient.
For details of available number of characters
etc., refer to "Short Message Service (SMS)"
on NTT DOCOMO website.
docomo mail (local mail) data can be backed up in a
microSD card using "docomo backup" application
(P.145).
2
3
(Write new message).
Enter the recipient's phone
number.
・
4
When using this application for the first
time, tap [GET STARTED] to proceed to
Step 3.
Tap u[Add recipients] to select from
registered contacts. Enter in the search
box at the top of the screen to display
the contact list.
[Write message]uEnter a message.
・
Tap u[Select message template] to
enter by selecting message template
(P.92).
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・
When the number of entered
characters comes close to a limit, a
number of enterable characters
appears on the right of the text box.
(Send).
5
❖Information
You can change default messaging application to
Hangouts.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Default SMS app]u
[Hangouts].
・ You can also send/receive text messages to/from
customers of overseas network operators. Refer to
NTT DOCOMO website for details on the countries
and overseas network operators that provide this
service.
・ To send SMS to users of overseas network operators,
enter "+", "Country code" and then "the recipient
mobile phone number". Enter the phone number
without a leading "0", if any. Alternatively, enter "010",
"Country code" then "the recipient mobile phone
number" in order.
・
2
Select a sender whose messages
(SMS) you want to read.
❖Information
When you receive a message (SMS),
appears on
the status bar. Drag the status bar downwards to
read the received message (SMS).
・ Touch and hold a message (SMS)uTap [Add star] to
add a star. To check starred messages (SMS) in a list,
from the Home screen, tap
u[Messaging]u
u[Starred messages].
・
Saving phone number of
message (SMS) to phonebook
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Messaging].
Tap of a phone number to
saveu[SAVE].
[Add new contact]/[Add to the
existing contact].
・
Reading message (SMS)
Sent/received message (SMS) is displayed in
thread by recipient/sender.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Messaging].
・
Senders with unread messages (SMS)
are displayed in bold font.
4
If you selected "Add to the existing
contact", select the contact.
On the profile edit screen, enter
necessary information such as
nameu[Save].
❖Information
・
If the sender is already saved in the phonebook, you
can tap
or the photo (image) in Step 2 to make a
call or see the phonebook entry.
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Deleting a message (SMS)
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Messaging].
Tap a sender/recipient whose
messages (SMS) to delete.
3
Touch and hold a message (SMS) to
delete.
4
[Delete message]u[DELETE].
❖Information
To delete several messages (SMS), in Step 3,
u[Delete messages]uMark messages (SMS) you
want to deleteu u[DELETE].
・
Deleting messages (SMS) by
sender/recipient
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Messaging].
Touch and hold a sender/recipient
you want to delete.
u[DELETE].
❖Information
・
To delete messages (SMS) from several senders and
recipients, in Step 3, mark senders/recipients to
deleteu u[DELETE].
Changing settings for
Messaging (SMS)
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Messaging].
u[Settings].
Notification
tone
Notifications
Set notification tone for receiving.
Set whether to show message (SMS)
arrival notification in the status bar.
Notification
Set whether to notify with vibration
vibration*
when receiving.
Notification
Set whether to notify with the
light
notification LED for receiving when
the backlight is turned off.
Delivery report Set whether to display a delivery
report in your message (SMS) when
the recipient receives it.
Date/time is switched to "Delivered"
by tapping a message (SMS) when
Delivery report is ON, or switched to
"Sent" when Delivery report is OFF.
Message
Register/edit phrase to be inserted
templates
when entering message.
Default SMS
Set a default messaging application.
app
SIM messages Manage messages (SMS) saved to a
docomo nano UIM card.
Push settings Set a message (SMS) sent from the
provider.
SMS center
Check SMS center number.
number
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* With silent mode (without vibration) turned on, the
terminal does not vibrate when receiving messages
(SMS).
4
Configure necessary
settingsu[NEXT].
・
Email
You can create a POP3 or IMAP compatible
email account provided by general ISP
(provider), or an Exchange ActiveSync
account to send or receive email.
You can set multiple Email accounts.
5
If a screen for selecting type of account
appears, tap an email account type and
follow the onscreen instructions to set.
Enter your account name and the
name to be displayed in your
outgoing emailsu[FINISH SETUP].
・
Inbox for set email account appears.
❖Information
If you need to make the settings manually, contact
your email service provider or system administrator
for the correct email account settings.
・ If you set an Exchange ActiveSync account as an
email account, and if server manager sets Remote
wipe, the data saved in the terminal may be deleted.
・
Making initial setting for Email
Set an Email account following the onscreen
instructions.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
If the "Welcome to Email" screen
appears, tap [GET STARTED].
・ To set a second or subsequent email
account, from the Home screen,
u[Email]u u[Settings]uTap [Add
account].
・
2
Enter your email address and
password.
3
[NEXT].
・
To set up an email account manually,
tap [Manual setup] and follow the
onscreen instructions.
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Creating and sending email
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
(Compose).
Enter the email address of
recipient.
When you enter a name or email
address in the email address field,
contacts matched to the entered
numbers or letters are listed.
・ To enter multiple email addresses
directly, separate with a comma (,) and
then enter the next email address.
・ To add Cc or Bcc recipients,
uMark
"Show Cc"/"Show Bcc".
・
4
5
Enter a subject and message.
[SEND].
❖Information
To attach a file, when creating an email, tap
u[Attach file] and select the file.
・ To save an email as draft, when creating an email, tap
u[Save as draft] or display other screen.
・ Email is handled as an email from a PC. Your email
cannot be received if rejecting emails from PCs is set
on a recipient terminal.
・
Receiving and reading email
1
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
・
2
3
If you have set up more than one email
account, tap
at the upper left of the
screenuTap the email account you
want to use for receiving emails.
On the Inbox, flick the screen.
Tap an email you want to read.
❖Information
The sender name of a received email is the name set
on sender's terminal.
・ If you specified "Notification" in the email account
settings (P.96) and set "Check frequency" to an option
other than "Manual",
appears in the status bar to
notify you when you have received a new email.
Drag the status bar downwards to read the received
email.
・ Tap an address of received email to register the
address to the phonebook. For addresses already
registered, displaying phonebook entries, creating
mail, etc. are available.
・ You can tap the star icon in the Inbox or the email
message window to highlight the star and add the
email to the "Starred" folder. To see a list of starred
emails, tap
at the upper left of the Inbox
screenuTap the desired email accountu
at the
upper left of the screenuTap [Starred].
・
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Saving attachment file of email
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
Tap an email with attached files.
・
When attached file is not loaded, tap
[LOAD].
Tap [SAVE] of file you want to save.
・
Attached files will be saved in the
"Download" folder on the internal
storage.
Deleting email
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
Tap an email to delete.
u[DELETE].
❖Information
・
To delete more than one email, in Step 2, touch and
hold the emails you want to deleteuMark themu
uTap [DELETE].
Replying/Forwarding email
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
Tap an email to reply or forwardu
Tap [REPLY]/[REPLY ALL]/
[FORWARD].
・
3
4
When you tap [FORWARD], enter an
email address to forward to.
Enter a message.
[SEND].
❖Information
・
・
To quote original message text, tap [RESPOND
INLINE].
When you forward an email, the attachment file of
the original message is attached. To delete attached
file, tap
.
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Changing Email account
settings
1
2
3
General Account
settings name
Your name
From the Home screen,
u[Email].
u[Settings].
Incoming
settings
Tap an Email account you want to
change the settings for.
Outgoing
settings
Notification
Configure Status bar
notification, Notification
sound, Vibrate*1, and
Notification light
settings.
Sync
Check
Set how often the Email
settings frequency
application checks for new
emails.
Days to sync Set the interval at which
the Email application
automatically checks for
emails.
Auto
Set whether to download
download
attached file automatically
attachments*2 when connecting via Wi-Fi.
PreSet whether to download
download
whole email including the
limit
message text before the
email is opened.
Signature
Quick reply
Security
Delete
account
Change account name.
Change your name (sender
name).
Specify a username,
password, and other
settings for the incoming
server.
Specify a username,
password, and other
settings for the outgoing
server.
Change your signature or
specify how to insert it.
Register phrase that can be
inserted when creating an
email.
Select certifications, set
digital signature or
encryption.
Delete Email account.
*1 With silent mode (without vibration) turned on, the
terminal does not vibrate when receiving emails.
*2 Displayed if you have set up an email account that
supports IMAP, such as a Gmail account.
❖Information
・
・
The items vary depending on the account type.
If you set "Check frequency" to an option other than
"Manual", and you are using a pay-as-you-go data
communication plan, packet communication
charges may apply every time you check for new
emails.
Mail/Web browser
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・
The setting items displayed below the account in
Step 3 affect the general settings for the "Email"
application.
Gmail
You can use the email services provided by
Google or by major Internet service providers
(ISPs).
・ Set up your Google account (P.169) or email
account by following the onscreen
instructions, if you have not already done so.
・ If you do not synchronize Gmail after Google
account is set, "Account not synced" screen
appears. Follow the onscreen instructions.
❖Information
・
For details on Gmail, from the Home screen, tap
[Google]u[Gmail]u
at the upper left of the
screenu[Help & feedback] to see Gmail Help.
Sending Gmail
1
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Gmail].
2
3
(Compose).
Enter the email address of
recipient.
When you enter a name or email
address in the email address field,
contacts matched to the entered
numbers or letters are listed.
・ Tap
to add Cc or Bcc recipients.
・
4
5
Enter a subject and message.
(Send).
❖Information
To attach a file, when creating a Gmail message, tap
uTap [Attach file] to select the file you want to
attach.
・
Refreshing Gmail
1
2
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Gmail].
On the Inbox, flick the screen.
・
This refreshes the Inbox.
Mail/Web browser
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Early Warning "Area Mail"
It is a service with which you can receive
earthquake early warning, etc. delivered by
the Meteorological Agency.
・ Area Mail is a free service for which
subscription is not required.
・ Area Mail cannot be received in the following
case.
- During a voice call (except for VoLTE voice
calls)
- Out of service area
- While power is off
- During International roaming
- During Airplane mode
- When software is being updated
- When a SIM other than by DOCOMO is
inserted
- While sending/receiving a message (SMS)
・ Area Mail may not be received when
tethering is set or during packet
communications.
・ Area Mail that could not be received cannot
be received later.
Receiving Early Warning "Area
Mail"
A notification content screen appears and
you are notified by dedicated buzzer
sound or dedicated ringtone and vibration.
・ Buzzer sound and ringtone sound volume
cannot be changed.
・ The notification LED blinks only when
backlight is off.
1
2
Receive Area Mails automatically.
A dedicated ring tone sounds and
notification LED flashes when an
Area Mail is received.
3
A message body of Area Mail
appears automatically.
Viewing received Area Mail later
1
From the Home screen,
u[Disaster kit].
・
2
3
When using for the first time, on the
agreement screen of "Using this
application", tap [Agree].
[Early Warning "Area Mail"].
Select an Area Mail from the Area
Mail list.
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❖Information
Up to 50 messages can be saved. If savable amount
of Area Mail exceeds the limit of maximum, the
oldest one is deleted in order.
・
❖Information
To set Emergency mode, from the Home screen,
u[Disaster Kit]uTap
(P.41).
・
Deleting Area Mail
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Disaster kit].
[Early Warning "Area Mail"].
Mark Area Mail you want to
deleteu[Delete]u[OK].
Setting Early Warning "Area
Mail"
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Disaster kit].
[Early Warning "Area Mail"].
u[Settings].
Receive
setting
Beep tone
Set whether to receive Area Mail.
Set sounding time for Area Mail
reception and whether to sound a
dedicated ringtone even in silent
mode.
Check screen Check the ringtone and screen for
image and
reception of earthquake early warning,
beep tone
tsunami warning or disaster/
evacuation information.
Browser
Use "Browser" application to view web pages
like on a PC.
"Browser" application can be used via packet
communication or Wi-Fi network with the
terminal.
Displaying web pages
1
2
From the Home screen, .
Tap the web page address entry
field on the top of the screen.
・
3
When address entry field is not
displayed, flick down the screen to
display.
Enter a web page address or
keyword to search.
Tap for address entry field to enter
search words in voice sound.
・ As you enter an address or characters,
retrieved web pages list appears.
・
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4
Select a candidate or [ 実行 (Go)] on
the software keyboard.
To zoom-in/-out web pages, pinch-out/
-in or double-tap the screen.
・ To go back to the previous page, tap
b.
・
❖Information
・
To copy text on web page, touch and hold a text you
want to copyuDrag
or
to select a range of
(Copy).
text to copyuTap
Searching text for web page
1
2
1
From the Home screen,
u u .
Changing tabs
1
From the Home screen,
u uTap a tab you want to
display.
Closing a tab
1
From the Home screen,
u uTap
of the tab you
want to close.
・
・
Tap
/
to move to next/previous
matched item.
❖Information
Tap
・
Adding a new tab
Open multiple tabs and view web pages.
From the Home screen,
u u[Find on page].
Enter a search word.
to close the search bar.
Changing the Browser settings
Set homepage, privacy and security, etc.
1
2
From the Home screen,
u u[Settings].
Select an item to change.
Operating links
Touch and hold a link or image in web page
to copy URL or save the image.
❖Information
・
In some website, downloading of files etc. may not
be available.
Alternatively, flick a tab left or right to
close it.
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Managing bookmarks and
history
Checking history
1
From the Home screen,
u u[Bookmarks]uTap
"HISTORY" tab.
2
Tap the date of visit, such as
[Today] or [Yesterday], or [Most
visited]uTap the desired history
entry.
You can check history, save bookmarks, etc.
Bookmarking a web page
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
uDisplay a web page
u[Save to bookmarks].
Set a label etc.u[OK].
Opening a bookmark
1
2
From the Home screen,
u u[Bookmarks].
Tap the bookmark you want to
open.
❖Information
Alternatively, on the web page screen, touch and
hold b to check your history.
To delete history, touch and hold a historyuTap
[Remove from history].
・ To delete all histories, from the Home screen,
u
u[Settings]u[Privacy & security]u[Clear
history]u[OK].
・
・
❖Information
・
Touch and hold a bookmark to edit or delete it.
Mail/Web browser 101
Apps
dmenu
In dmenu, you can easily access sites
recommended by DOCOMO or convenient
applications.
1
From the Home screen, [dmenu].
If an application selection screen is
displayed, select the application you
want to use, then tap [Always]/[Just
once].
・ Browser is activated, "dmenu" appears.
・
dmarket
dmarket provides a variety of services,
offering digital content, such as music,
videos, and books, and giving you access to a
shopping site, travel booking site, and other
sites.
1
❖Information
To use dmenu, Internet connection by packet
communication (LTE/3G/GPRS) or Wi-Fi is required.
・ For connecting dmenu and downloading
applications introduced in dmenu, packet
communication charge is applied separately. Some
applications automatically perform packet
communications.
・ Applications introduced by dmenu may include
charged ones.
・
From the Home screen, [dmarket].
・
When using for the first time, confirm
Application privacy policy and Software
License Agreement, mark the
agreement checkboxuTap [START].
Configure settings by following the
instructions on the resulting screen
asking if you want to receive
notifications and other information.
❖Information
・
For details on dmarket, refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
Play Store
With Google Play, you can directly access
useful applications or fun games and you can
download and install them on the terminal.
・ To use Google Play, you need to set a Google
account (P.169).
Apps 102
・
For details on how to purchase applications,
return your purchases, request a refund, from
the Home screen, [Play Store]uFlick right
from the left edge of the screenuTap [Help &
Feedback] to see Google Play Help.
Installing an application
1
From the Home screen, [Play
Store].
2
Search applicationsuTap an
application you want to install.
Check the displayed contents carefully
and follow the onscreen instructions.
・ Once you accept the installation of an
application, you will be held
responsible for its use. Be careful
especially about applications which
access many functions or large amount
of data.
・
❖Information
Make sure the security of application, then install it at
your own risk. The terminal may be infected with a
virus and the data may be damaged.
・ NTT DOCOMO is not liable for malfunctions, if any,
caused by the application you installed. In such case,
the repair is charged even during the warranty
period.
・ NTT DOCOMO is not liable for any disadvantage
brought to you or any third party due to an
application you installed.
・
Some applications automatically perform packet
communications. Packet communication is kept
active unless you disconnect it or the time-out error
occurs. To cut off packet communication manually,
from the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile networks]uTap
in "Mobile data traffic" or drag it leftuTap [OK].
・ Some applications may be updated automatically.
・
Deleting an application
1
From the Home screen, [Play
Store].
2
Flick right from the left edge of the
screenu[My apps].
3
Tap the applications you want to
deleteu[UNINSTALL]u[OK].
・
When you uninstall charged
applications, a screen for refund may
appear. For details, from the Home
screen, [Play Store]uFlick right from the
left edge of the screenuTap [Help &
Feedback] to see Google Play Help.
Apps 103
Osaifu-Keitai
This function allows you to use " おサイフケー
タイ対応サービス (Osaifu-Keitai compatible
service)" by which you can pay money or use
coupon, etc. or " かざしてリンク対応サービス
(Kazashite-Link compatible service)" by
which you can access information by holding
the terminal over a home electric appliances
or smart poster.
You can save electronic money and points to
an IC card and a docomo nano UIM card.
Also, you can check deposit or balance of
electronic money, check point value, and
take measures against theft or loss by locking
Osaifu-Keitai.
For details on Osaifu-Keitai, see NTT
DOCOMO website.
・ Make settings from the dedicated website or
application to use Osaifu-Keitai compatible
services.
・ The data in the IC card*1 or the docomo nano
UIM card*2 may be lost or altered because of
the malfunction of the terminal (when we
repair your terminal etc., as we cannot repair it
with data remained, you are required to erase
the data yourself ). For support such as
reissuance, restoration, temporary
preservation or transfer of data, contact
Osaifu-Keitai compatible service providers.
For important data, be sure to use a service
with backup service.
・ To use Osaifu-Keitai compatible services that
utilize data on the docomo nano UIM card,
you need to install and configure the
appropriate application provided by the
Osaifu-Keitai compatible service provider. This
applies even if you plan to change the model
of your terminal and continue using your
current docomo nano UIM card.
・ If the data in the IC card or the docomo nano
UIM card is lost, altered or damaged by any
means related to Osaifu-Keitai compatible
service such as malfunction or model change,
DOCOMO assumes no responsibility for the
loss of data.
・ If the terminal is stolen or misplaced,
immediately contact Osaifu-Keitai
compatible service provider for an advice.
*1 Data saved in the IC card installed in the
Osaifu-Keitai compatible terminal
*2 Data stored on a docomo nano UIM card
Apps 104
Using "Osaifu-Keitai
compatible service"
1
From the Home screen,
u[Osaifu-Keitai].
・
2
Select a service you want to use
from a service list.
・
3
When using for the first time, on the
initial setup screen, mark "Agree to the
Osaifu-Keitai Usage Regulations"u[OK].
Download an application compatible
with service site or service.
・
・
・
・
Using " かざしてリンク対応サービ
ス (Kazashite-Link compatible
service)"
1
2
Hold mark over the IC card
reader.
❖Information
・
Note that when you do not subscribe sp-mode,
some functions of Osaifu-Keitai compatible service
may not be available.
・
You can scan and write data to or from an IC card
reader without activating Osaifu-Keitai compatible
application.
These services are available even when the terminal
is off. However, they may not be available if the
terminal has been off for a long time or the battery is
too low.
Some Osaifu-Keitai compatible services are not
available in Emergency mode (P.41).
Depending on your installed Osaifu-Keitai
compatible application or its settings, your terminal
may not respond when you hover it over an IC card
reader, if the screen is locked or if the backlight or
terminal is off.
You can use Osaifu-Keitai compatible service even
when the PIN code for docomo nano UIM card
cannot be unlocked or PIN locked.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More].
[NFC/Osaifu-Keitai settings]uTap
of "Reader/Writer, P2P" or
drag it rightu[OK].
・
3
NFC Reader/Writer, P2P function is
enabled, and appears in the status
bar.
Hold the mark over a device
with the NFC module or a smart
poster.
Apps 105
Notes on holding over the
device
Please note the following when holding the
terminal over an IC card reader or NFC
module equipped device.
Locking Osaifu-Keitai function
Use "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock" settings to
restrict the use of Osaifu-Keitai function and
related services.
・ NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock is different from screen
lock for the terminal, SIM card lock.
1
2
Bring the mark close to the device slowly,
do not hit it strongly.
・ Hold the
mark over the device at the
center horizontally. If scanning fails even with
it held in front of the center of the scanner,
slightly lift up the terminal, or move it
backwards/forwards or to the left/right.
・ If there are metal objects between
mark
and the other device, scanning may fail.
Putting the terminal into a case or cover may
affect communication. In that case, remove
the case or cover.
・
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More].
[NFC/Osaifu-Keitai settings]u
[NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock].
Enter a passwordu[NEXT].
When using "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock" for
the first time, enter a password to set.
・ Osaifu-Keitai function is locked, and
or
is displayed in the status bar.
・
❖Information
Note that you cannot cancel "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock",
if the battery runs out while "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock"
is set. Be careful about remaining battery level. If you
cancel "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock", charge the terminal
before canceling.
・ You need to unlock to use Osaifu-Keitai menu while
"NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock" is set.
・ "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock" password is not be deleted
even if you reset the terminal.
・ When unlocking "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock", insert the
same docomo nano UIM card as the one inserted
when "NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock" was set, then unlock.
・
Apps 106
NFC
NFC is an abbreviation for Near Field
Communication and a short range wireless
communication method of international standard
defined by ISO (International Organization for
Standardization). You can use a contactless IC card
function, Reader/Writer function, P2P function, and
others.
■
Tap & pay
You can set whether to enable or disable
Osaifu-Keitai compatible services or other
services that you can use by hovering your
terminal over an IC card reader.
・ For details on the Tap & Pay feature, on the
Home screen, tap u[Osaifu-Keitai]u[My
Services]/[Recommend]/[Balance]u u
[Change setting of credit card etc]u u
[Help] to see the Help information for the Tap
& Pay feature.
1
2
3
iD アプリ (iD application)
"iD" refers to electronic money offered by
docomo. Once you have set up "iD" on your
Osaifu-Keitai, you can hover the terminal over
an IC card reader at various shops to make
your shopping easier and more comfortable.
You can register the information of up to two
cards, and use either one depending on the
privilege.
・ To use iD with your Osaifu-Keitai, you need to
configure settings using the iD application.
・ The charges required for iD service (including
the annual charge) vary by card issuer.
・ Setting up the iD application or checking its
information overseas will incur packet
communication charges that are different
from those in Japan.
・ For details on iD, refer to iD website.
http://id-credit.com/ (In Japanese only)
From the Home screen,
u[Osaifu-Keitai].
[My Services]/[Recommend]/
[Balance]u u[Change setting of
credit card etc]
Tap the service you want to enable
or disable, and then follow the
onscreen instructions.
Apps 107
ToruCa
ToruCa application allows you to save
coupons offered by your favorite shops and
other useful information (ToruCa) to your
terminal. You can obtain ToruCa in various
ways—via email, download from the Web,
Bluetooth, or IC tags. You can easily update
your ToruCa.
For details of ToruCa, refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
For obtaining, displaying or updating ToruCa, a
packet communication charge may be applied.
To obtain ToruCa via Bluetooth, you must turn on the
Bluetooth feature of the ToruCa application.
To obtain Toruca from an IC tag, you must set
"Reader/Writer, P2P" to ON on your terminal (P.182).
Depending on the settings of content provider, the
following functions may not be available.
- Updating/sharing ToruCa/displaying map/
obtaining from the IC card reader
You may not be able to obtain ToruCa with an IC card
reader, if you do not make initial setting for OsaifuKeitai.
Mobacas
Mobacas is a broadcasting service for
smartphones. Mobacas offers two viewing
styles: real-time broadcasting, which allows
you to watch programs in real time, and
storage-based broadcasting, which allows
you to enjoy not only movies and dramas but
also music, magazines, applications, and
other content anytime and anywhere. Also,
you can enjoy new broadcasting services
including social service linking services using
the communication function of the terminal.
For details on the Mobacas service "NOTTV",
refer to NOTTV's website.
NOTTV http://www.nottv.jp/ (in Japanese
only)
❖Information
"NOTTV" is the generic name for the Mobacas
services provided by mmbi, Inc. and other Mobacas
broadcast stations.
・ It offers three services: "Real Time", where you can
enjoy real-time broadcasts, and "Shift Time" and
"NOTTV Books", which take advantage of storagebased broadcasting.
・
Apps 108
Using Mobacas
Mobacas requires a separate pay-TV
subscription to a Mobacas broadcast station.
・ You cannot receive and watch broadcasts
without attaching the docomo nano UIM
card to the terminal.
・ Mobacas is a broadcasting service provided in
Japan.
・ To use storage-based broadcasting services
or record videos, you must have enough
memory on your terminal or microSD card.
Using a Class 4 or higher microSD card is
recommended (Storage can be selected).
・
Broadcast wave and service area
Radio waves received via Mobacas differ from
those received via Xi/FOMA service and Full
seg/1Seg. For this reason, the signal cannot
be received at places where the Mobacas
broadcast does not reach or while
broadcasting is out of service, regardless of
whether the terminal is outside or inside the
Xi/FOMA service area.
Also, in the following places, the signal status
may become weak or the signal may not be
received even if the terminal is inside the area
of Mobacas broadcasting service.
・ Places that are far from the base station that
sends signal
Mountain-ringed regions or a place between
buildings where airwaves are interrupted by
geography or buildings
・ Tunnel, underground or far back from a
building where airwaves are weak or do not
reach
Changing direction of the TV/Mobacas
antenna cable or moving to other location
may improve signal reception.
・
TV/Mobacas antenna cable
To watch Mobacas with the terminal, use
supplied TV/Mobacas antenna cable SO02.
1
Connect connector plug of TV/
Mobacas antenna cable SO02 to
the headset jack of the terminal.
❖Information
・
To output voice sound from commercially available
earphone or headphone, connect the earphone or
headphone to TV/Mobacas antenna cable SO02.
Apps 109
Watching Mobacas
Real Time
1
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
2
Tap a thumbnail of program/
content.
・
・
NOTTV's home screen appears.
When using this service for the first
time, register your profile.
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
・
・
When watching Real Time program, you can select
channels by flicking the screen left or right.
If the "Auto-rotate screen" option is enabled, you can
rotate your terminal to landscape orientation to
switch to full-screen viewing. Tapping
or
at
the top of the screen locks/unlocks the orientation
(landscape).
* Viewing structure of content differs depending on
program/content.
Tap the image in the program/content to display
control icons.
Tap
to show/hide the data broadcasting/
timeline.
Tap the SNS icon to display a timeline related to the
program/content.
Tap the screen during a broadcast to display [ 録画
(Record)] or [ 詳細情報 (Deteil information)]. Tap [ 詳細
情報 (Detail information)] to display the program
details.
While watching, press the volume key to adjust
sound volume.
To configure subtitle or audio settings, from the
Home screen, tap [NOTTV]u[ メニュー (Menu)]u[ 設
定 (Settings)]u[ 音声切替 (Switch sounds)]/[ 字幕表示
切替 (Switch subtitles)].
・ You can output Mobacas Real Time programs
(viewing and recording) or other programs recorded
on your microSD card or internal storage to TV via an
MHL connection. Note that this feature is available
only in full-screen mode (landscape view).
・
Shift Time/NOTTV Books
1
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
2
[ シフトタイム (Shift Time)]/[NOTTV
ブックス (NOTTV Books)].
Tap the thumbnail of a content
item on the screen.
3
・
NOTTV's home screen appears.
❖Information
You need the "NOTTV ブックス (NOTTV Books)"
application to access the content on the "NOTTV ブッ
クス (NOTTV Books)" site.
・ Each content item is only available for a limited
period. Also, different content items have different
expiration periods. Expired content will be deleted
automatically from your internal storage or microSD
card.
・ You can output content items of Mobacas Shift
Time/NOTTV ブックス (NOTTV Books) to TV via an
MHL connection. Note that this feature is available
only in full-screen mode (landscape view).
・
Apps 110
Searching for a program/
content
Searching from program table (Real
Time)
1
2
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
[ 番組表 (Program guide)].
・
Tap a current broadcasting program to
switch to a watching screen of selected
program.
Reserving a program/content
Reserving watching/recording Real
Time programs
1
2
3
Searching by conditions
1
2
3
❖Information
・
You can save your entered keyword after searching
(keyword reservation). Once you have saved the
keyword, NOTTV will automatically make viewing/
recording/reception reservations for programs/
content related to that keyword.
[ 番組表 (Program table)]uTap a
program you want to reserve.
[ 視聴予約する (Reserve watching)]/[
録画予約する (Reserve recording)]
u[1 回のみ予約する (Reserve only
once)]/[ シリーズ予約する (Reserve in
series)].
When a message appears, follow the
onscreen instructions.
・ You can manually record currently
broadcasting program.
・
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
[ メニュー (Menu)].
Run a search by entering a
keyword, or tap a genre or channel
in the " 番組・コンテンツ一覧 (TV
program/contents list)".
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
❖Information
Programs may not be received/recorded in the
following cases : when the power is off while a
program is broadcasted, when the battery is low,
when the terminal is in a poor reception area such as
out of the Mobacas service area etc., microSD card is
not inserted, available memory space in the microSD
card/internal storage is low.
・ Programs recorded on your microSD card or internal
storage can be watched only on your terminal and
docomo nano UIM card.
・ Some programs may not be recorded.
・ " シリーズ予約 (Series reservation)" may not be
available on some channels. In that case, use " キー
ワード予約 (Keyword reservation)" (P.111) instead.
・
Apps 111
Reserving Shift Time/NOTTV Books
reception
1
2
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
[ シフトタイム (Shift Time)]/[NOTTV
ブックス (NOTTV Books)]u[ 予定表
(Schedule list)].
Data may be complemented automatically using
packet communication when contents are not
completely received because of the reception status
of broadcast wave etc. ( 自動補完 (Auto
complement)).
・ You can disable the auto complement.
・
Setting Mobacas
3
Tap a program/content you want
to reserve.
You can set for view, audio, content
reception, etc.
4
[ 予約する (Reserve)]u[1 回のみ予約す
る (Reserve only once)]/[ シリーズ予
約する (Reserve in series)].
1
2
・
When a message appears, follow the
onscreen instructions.
❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
Your terminal may fail to receive the content if the
power is off when the content is broadcasted; if the
battery is low; if the terminal is in a poor reception
area, such as outside the Mobacas service area; if a
microSD card is not inserted; if the available memory
on your microSD card or internal storage is low.
The content saved temporarily on your microSD card
or internal storage can be watched/used only on
your terminal.
Expired content will be deleted automatically from
your microSD card or internal storage. You can also
delete your content manually before the expiration
date.
NOTTV automatically reserves Shift Time/NOTTV
Books content recommended for you ( 自動予約
(Automatic reservation)).
You can disable the automatic reservation.
From the Home screen, [NOTTV].
[ メニュー (Menu)]u[ 設定 (Settings)].
Switch between main
音声切替
(Switch sounds) audio sound and sub
audio sound.
Set display subtitles.
字幕表示切替
(Switch
subtitles)
バックグラウン Set whether to
continue playing
ド再生
Mobacas in
(Background
play)
background.
コンテンツ 自動予約 (Auto Set whether to
reservation)
automatically reserve
受信
(Content
recommended
reception)
content.
自動補完 (Auto Set whether to
complement) automatically
complement data
which are not
completely received.
音声・字幕
(Audio/
subtitle)
Apps 112
番組表
(Program
table)
番組表情報自動
取得 (Auto
acquisition of
program table)
ステータス 新着情報表示
バー (Status (New arrival
bar)
display)
おすすめ表示
(Recommendation
display)
おすすめ設定
(Recommendation
settings)
ペアレンタ
ルコント
ロール
(Age restriction
for watching)
視聴年齢制限
(Parental
control)
setting)
年齢設定 (Age
Set time for
automatically
acquiring programs
table.
Set whether to have
the status bar display
information for new
arrivals related to the
programs and content
reserved for recording/
reception.
Set whether to have
the status bar display
recommendations
from the broadcast
station.
Change the gender,
age, and favorite genre
settings used to
display
recommendations.
Set whether to block
age restricted
programs.
Set age to restrict.
詳細設定
視聴可能チャン
(Advanced) ネル優先表示
(Preferential
display of
channels
available for
viewing)
ラストカテゴリ
設定 (Last
category
setting)
Set whether to give
priority to displaying
your subscribed
channels in "Real Time"
(broadcasting) or the
program guide.
Set whether to have
the application's home
screen start with your
last-viewed category
page.
パスワード変更 Change password.
(Change
password)
ソーシャル Twitter 連携解除 Set whether to link to
(Social)
(Cancel Twitter Twitter.
link)
Apps 113
詳細設定
Set whether to
automatically display
the program guide in
real time, for example,
when activating the
application.
Change the format in
表示形式変更
which programs and
(Change
display format) content are displayed.
Set whether to prevent
重複録画防止
from recording the
(Prevent
same contents for
duplicative
schedule by series/
recording)
keyword.
重複録画削除サ Check if the same
ポート (Support program is recorded
when deleting from
deleting
the list of recorded
duplicative
programs.
recording)
ロック画面通知 Set whether to notify
(Notification for when recording starts.
screen lock)
ストレージ選択 Set where your
(Select storage) recorded programs
and received content
will be saved.
ログ送信 (Send Set whether to
automatically send
log)
logs of using
application to the
server.
Set whether to display
文字スーパー
closed captions.
(Telop)
チューナ起動
(Advanced) (Start tuner)
TV
TV is an application with which you can
switch between Full seg and 1Seg and watch
according to the air wave reception
condition. In addition, since the data
broadcasting can be received with images
and sounds, interactive service using
communication function of mobile devices
and receiving detailed information are
available.
With Full seg, you can watch a terrestrial
digital TV broadcasting service in high-vision
quality.
With 1Seg, you can watch a terrestrial digital
TV broadcasting service for mobile devices.
For details on "Full seg/1Seg" service, see the
following website.
The Association for Promotion of Digital
Broadcasting
http://www.dpa.or.jp/english/
Using Full seg/1Seg
Full seg and 1Seg are services provided by TV
broadcasting enterprises (stations), etc. A
communication fee for receiving video
picture and sound is not required. Contact
NHK for details on your NHK viewing fees.
Apps 114
There are 2 types of information displayed in
the data broadcasting area: "Data
broadcasting" and "Data broadcasting site".
"Data broadcasting" is displayed using
airwave along with images and sounds; while
"Data broadcasting site" is displayed by
connecting to a site provided by TV
broadcasting enterprises (stations), etc.,
using information of data broadcasting.
For viewing "Data broadcasting site", etc.,
packet communication fees are charged.
Some sites require information fees.
Airwaves
Full seg and 1Seg are broadcast services and
a different type of radio waves (airwaves)
from that of FOMA service is received.
Therefore, regardless of whether you are in or
out of Xi service or FOMA service area, it
cannot be received where airwaves do not
reach or during broadcasting interruptions.
Also, even in a terrestrial digital TV
broadcasting service area, reception
condition may be poor or reception may be
unavailable in the following places:
・ A place far from the tower that the airwaves
are sent from
・ Mountain-ringed regions or a place between
buildings where airwaves are interrupted by
geography or buildings
Tunnel, underground or far back from a
building where airwaves are weak or do not
reach
Changing direction of the TV/Mobacas
antenna cable or moving to other location
may improve signal reception.
・
TV/Mobacas antenna cable
To watch TV with the terminal, use the
supplied TV/Mobacas antenna cable SO02.
・ TV/Mobacas antenna cable (P.109)
Watching TV
1
■
From the Home screen,
・
u[TV].
When using for the first time, make
channel settings according to the
onscreen instructions (P.117).
TV watching screen
ab c d
e
f
g
h
j
i
k
TV watching screen (Full seg, Full screen)
Apps 115
・
abcd
e
l
f
g
j
h
i
m
k
TV watching screen
(Full seg, with Data broadcasting)
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
Full seg/1Seg switching icon
Data broadcasting icon
Remote control button
Option menu
Broadcasting service in watching (Full seg/1Seg)
Image
Subtitle
Channel, broadcasting station and program
information
i Reception signal level
j Record icon
k Channel selection key
・ Touch and hold
/
to search available
channels.
l Data broadcasting
・ For 1Seg programs, data broadcasting can be
viewed only in the portrait screen.
m Data broadcasting remote control
❖Information
・
・
・
・
To switch channels for watching, operate any of the
following.
- Tap the channel selection key.
- Flick an image on the TV watching screen left or
right.
- Touch and hold an image on the TV watching
screenuSelect a channel from the displayed
channel list.
It may take a time to acquire image data or
broadcasted data when you activate TV or change
channels due to characteristic of digital
broadcasting.
According to the airwave condition, image or sound
may be interrupted or stopped.
If the terminal receives a call while watching TV, TV is
interrupted and resumes after the call ends.
To watch data broadcasting, call charge or packet
communication charge is not required. If you use
additional services of data broadcasting, etc. via
packet communication, packet communication
charge is applied.
Exiting TV
1
On the TV watching screen, b.
❖Information
・
You cannot exit TV even if you tap y to return to
the Home screen. If TV remains activated, the battery
may be consumed quickly.
To show/hide icon such as option menu, on the TV
watching screen, tap an image.
・ While watching TV, press the volume key to adjust
the sound volume.
・ You can watch TV in the portrait screen or landscape
screen (P.39).
・
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Setting TV
You can set TV watching screen, data
broadcasting and channel settings.
Using optional menu
Reserve recording/viewing TV program or
make each setting.
1
2
From the Home screen,
.
u[TV].
Display a program guide
(P.120).
Display detailed information
of the program currently
watched.
Program
Display program information
information of the channel currently
watched.
Recorded program list Display recorded program list
(P.119).
Reserve Recording/ Reserve recording or
Viewing
watching programs or display
failed reservation list (P.119).
TV link
Display TV link list screen
(P.118).
Change area
Register or change
broadcasting area (P.117).
Subtitle/Sound/Video Enable/disable subtitle
setting
display and set subtitle
position* and main/sub
sound.
Program Program
guide
Program
detail info
Settings Superimpose Set whether to display
setting
superimpose for Full seg or
select a superimpose
language.
Data
Set whether to use the
Broadcasting location information or the
settings
terminal information, clear
the broadcasting station
memory, or postal code.
Auto Exit
Make a timer setting to end
Timer
TV watching.
Device ID of Display device ID of receiver.
receiver
Notes
Display information before
use.
Software
Display the software license.
License
* Subtitle position can be set only in 1Seg landscape
screen.
Saving channels in the current
location
Available channels vary depending on the
area (broadcasting service area) you are
using in.
1
2
3
From the Home screen, u[TV].
u[Change area].
Touch and hold an unregistered
item.
4
[Area info setting]uSelect region,
prefecture and locality.
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5
[OK].
❖Information
・
By touching and holding the area registered in Step
3, you can display details, set area information,
refresh channels, rename area, and deleting settings.
Changing numbers for TV remote
Change TV remote number assigned to each
broadcasting station. Each broadcasting
station can be called up via the
corresponding TV remote number.
1
2
3
From the Home screen, u[TV].
Touch and hold an image.
Tap a broadcasting station to
change the remote control
numberuTouch and hold an
image.
4
Touch and hold a number of
remote control you want to set to.
5
[YES].
・
Using TV link
For some data broadcasting programs, link
information to related websites (TV link) is
displayed. Save TV links to connect to related
websites later.
・ Method of registering TV link varies by
programs.
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[TV link].
Select a TV link.
・
u[TV].
When selecting a link content or HTML
content, tap [Yes].
❖Information
Some TV links have period of validity. Out of date TV
links are no longer available.
・ To delete TV link, in Step 3, touch and hold a TV link
you want to deleteuTap [Delete]u[YES].
・
If you select a number of remote
control which is already assigned to
another broadcasting station,
[Overwrite registered channel]uTap
[YES].
❖Information
・
To delete set broadcasting stations, touch and hold a
broadcasting station to delete in Step 3u[Delete
channel]uTap [YES].
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❖Information
Recording TV
1
2
From the Home screen,
.
・
To quit recording, tap
To delete a recorded program, touch and hold the
program you want to delete in Step 3u uTap
[YES].
・ To change the title of a program, touch and hold the
program you want to rename in Step 3u uEnter
a titleuTap [OK].
・ Tap
in Step 3 to set the playback mode and see
the amount of available memory.
・
Record images, sound, captions or data
broadcasting while displaying.
・ Data broadcasts can be recorded only in 1Seg
mode.
u[TV].
.
Reserving recording/viewing
TV program
❖Information
In Full seg mode, the maximum file size of a single
recording file that can be saved is 128GB, and the
maximum continuous recording time is about 1,280
minutes (on a microSD card (128GB)).
In 1Seg mode, the maximum size of a single
recording file that can be saved is 2GB, and the
maximum continuous recording time is about 640
minutes.
You can save up to 99 1Seg and Full seg recordings.
・ Recorded data is saved on a microSD card. Recording
is not available if a microSD card is not attached.
・ When you use the microSD card from another
application while recording, recording may fail.
Reserve recording/viewing TV program.
Playing a recorded program
❖Information
・
1
2
3
From the Home screen, u[TV].
u[Recorded program list].
Tap a program you want to play.
1
2
3
4
5
・
From the Home screen, u[TV].
u[Reserve Recording/
Viewing]u .
[New reservation].
[Viewing reservation]/[Recording
reservation].
Set a title, TV station, start time,
end time, etc.u[Save]u[YES].
Alternatively, tap [From Program guide] in Step 4, you
can reserve recording/watching.
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❖Information
Using program guide
1
2
・
You can return to the Home screen and perform
other operations while listening to the FM radio in
the background. To return to the FM radio screen,
from the Home screen, u[FM radio], or drag the
status bar downwardsu[FM radio].
・ If you cannot receive Japanese FM radio programs
because the docomo nano UIM card is not inserted
etc., from the Home screen, tap u[FM radio]u
u[Set radio region]u[Japan]. Before using FM radio,
check your area.
・
From the Home screen, u[TV].
u[Program]u[Program guide].
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
FM radio
You can listen to the FM radio with the
terminal. To use FM radio, use a commercially
available earphone set or headphone. They
work as antenna.
■
FM radio screen
a bc
d
h
e
Listening to the FM radio
1
Connect a plug of a commercially
available earphone set or
headphone to the headset jack of
the terminal.
2
From the Home screen,
radio].
3
Tap
・
/
u[FM
to select channel.
You can select channel by flicking the
screen left and right.
f
g
i
j
k
a
b
c
d
e
f
Show Favorites
On/Off of FM radio
Option menu
Hear from a handsfree device/speaker
Save/edit Favorites
Channel point displayed in a good radio wave
condition
g Search channels to the left
h Monaural/stereo effect
i Broadcasting station now listening
j Search channels to the right
k Channel assigned to favorite
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Existing FM radio
1
On the FM radio screen,
Camera
Take still pictures and record video clips.
Shooting is available in the portrait and
landscape screen. For shooting with Sweep
Panorama, always hold the camera
horizontally.
Before using the camera
All still pictures or videos that you capture on
the terminal are stored into the internal
storage or a microSD card. When saving to a
microSD card, attach a microSD card before
using the camera.
・ When the terminal temperature becomes
high, the camera may not activate or may
stop.
・
About the Copyright and Portrait rights
Movies, still images, and sounds recorded on the
terminal are prohibited by the copyright law from
use without consent of the copyright holders,
unless intended for personal use or any other
purpose permitted by law. Also, using or
transformation of other person's portrait or name
without his or her permission may violate the
portrait right. When you post recorded images etc.
on the Internet web pages etc., make sure to be
aware of the copyright and portrait right. Note that
some performances, shows, and exhibitions may
be restricted to record even for personal use.
Transmission of images related to copyright or
beyond the scope provided in the copyright law is
not available.
■
.
Shooting/sending images
Please be considerate of the privacy of
individuals around you when taking and sending
photos using camera-equipped mobile phones.
If you cause the public any trouble using the
terminal, you may be punished under law or
regulations (for example, nuisance prevention
ordinance).
Activating the camera
You can activate the camera with the camera
key (k) (Quick launch).
・ Using Quick launch (P.132)
1
Press and hold k for over a
second.
・
A shooting screen appears.
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❖Information
Alternatively, from the Home screen, u[Camera]
to activate the camera.
・ If a microSD card is installed, you can specify the card
as the location where your terminal saves photos and
videos you take (P.130).
・ The camera turns off if you do not touch the
shooting screen for about 3 minutes (or about 30
seconds if you have turned on the camera in "Quick
launch" mode).
・
Shooting screen and key
operation
■
b
Display area of icons showing selected settings
Switching to the front camera icon
Option menu
Shutter icon (for still pictures)/Pause icon (for
videos)
i Start/stop recording icon (video)
j Scene selection icons
・ When the capturing mode is set to "Superior
auto", an icon for scene detected by the camera is
displayed.
・ An icon is displayed when your terminal detects
that the camera is moving or staying still or that
your subject is moving.
k Capturing mode icon (P.123)
■
Shooting screen
a
e
f
g
h
c
Volume key : Zoom/volume/shutter*
k : Shutter
b : End Camera
* It varies by settings in Use Volume key as
(P.130). "Zoom" is set by default.
d
e
h
f
g
a
i
j
k
Zooming indicator
・ Within the light gray indicator area (lower half ),
you can shoot keeping the clearness with less
degradation of images (Intelligent clear zoom). In
the later of the area (upper half ), it functions as
digital zooming.
b Auto focus frame
c Display area for status icons
・ This area displays icons for your specified options,
such as Smile Shutter and Geotagging.
d Thumbnail
・ Tap this to view the playback screen for the
photos or videos you took (P.134).
Key operation
❖Information
Alternatively, on the shooting screen, pinch out/in to
zoom in/out.
・ Zooming is not available if the capturing mode is set
to "AR effect", "Sweep Panorama", or some other
option, or if the front camera is being used for
shooting.
・
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Changing capturing mode
1
Press and hold k for over a
second.
2
Tap the capturing mode
iconuSelect capturing mode.
Superior auto
Shoot still pictures or videos with
automatically optimized settings.
Your terminal detects that the camera is
moving ( ) or staying still ( ) or that
your subject is moving ( ), recognizes
the scene, and automatically configures
optimal settings before shooting.
Manual
Change settings for shooting still pictures
or videos manually.
Style portrait
Enjoy taking photos and videos of
yourself while checking various shooting
effects.
AR mask
Paste your face image onto your friend's
to produce funny photos and videos.
Face in picture
Shoot still pictures or videos together
with your face using the main and front
cameras.
Sound Photo
Record natural conversation and sounds
while shooting still pictures.
AR fun
Shoot still pictures or videos together
with virtual objects to make your
shooting experience more fun.
Multi camera
Connect your camera with a friend's to
shoot multi-view still pictures or videos.
4K video
Shoot high-resolution 4K videos.
Timeshift video
Select best movement part from a video
shot in 120 fps to make it slow-motion.
AR effect
Shoot still pictures or videos in the virtual
world such as age of the dinosaurs, under
the sea, etc.
Creative effect
Shoot impressive still pictures or videos
with various shooting effects.
Sweep Panorama
Shoot panorama pictures by moving the
terminal.
Aligning the arrow mark with the center
line of white frame displayed on the
shooting screen, slowly move the camera
to shoot.
Evernote
Shoot multiple still pictures and directly
save them to Evernote account.
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❖Information
・
・
・
・
・
・
Press and hold k for over a seconduTap the
capturing mode iconuTap the [+Apps]/
[DOWNLOADABLE] tab to download the camera
application and add it to the capturing mode.
Applications downloaded via "AR fun", "AR effect",
"Evernote", and "+Apps" will be saved on your internal
storage.
Some applications may not be able to play back
sound from images taken using the "Sound Photo"
feature.
Be aware that using “Multi camera” to connect to
other devices will result in the other Wi-Fi Direct
connections being disconnected.
You can connect up to three Xperia™ terminals
including yours with “Multi camera”. Also, if you are
connecting to a Wi-Fi/NFC-capable camera from
Sony, you can only connect to that camera and your
Xperia™. Connecting another device or shooting
after the connection may not be available
depending on condition.
If you want to save "4K video" or "Timeshift video"
data to a microSD card, it is recommended to use a
microSD card (Speed Class 10) that supports highspeed writing.
For details on the features of the camera, refer to the
following website.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/myxperia/
howtoxperia/camera/ (in Japanese only)
Note on Sweep Panorama
For shooting with Sweep Panorama, always
hold the camera horizontally.
・ In the following cases, Sweep Panorama does
not work properly.
- Shooting a moving object
- Shooting the main object that is too close to
the camera
- Shooting an object with repetition of the
same pattern such as a sky, beach, grass, etc.
- Shooting a big object
- Shooting an object with constantly
changing pattern such as a wave, waterfall,
etc.
・ If shooting angle does not reach the required
value for Sweep Panorama within a certain
period of time, the part which was not taken
is recorded in gray.
To avoid this, move the camera faster when
shooting.
・ Because two or more images are joined
together, joints may not be recorded
smoothly.
・ Images may be blurred or may not be taken in
a dark scene.
・ Under the flickering light source such as a
fluorescent light, you may not be able to
shoot properly since brightness or color
balance of joined image may be unstable.
・
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If brightness, color balance, focus point of
whole image, etc. to be shot with Sweep
Panorama are extremely different from those
of the focused image, image may not be shot
properly.
・ In the following cases, Sweep Panorama
shooting may be interrupted.
- Moved the camera too fast/too slow
- When image is too blurred
- Moved the camera in the opposite direction
of the shooting
・
3
Tap the shooting screen.
■ Shooting with the camera key
Press and hold k for over a
1 second.
4
2
Shooting still pictures
■
1
Shooting with the shutter icon
Press and hold k for over a
second.
2 Tap the shutter icon ( ).
■ Shooting with "Touch capture"
You can use this feature when the capturing
mode is set to "Superior auto", "Manual",
"Sound Photo", or "Sweep Panorama".
Set "Touch capture" to ON, then shoot.
1
2
Press and hold k for over a
second.
Tap the capturing mode icon, then
select a capturing mode.
uTap " " tabuTap
in
"Touch capture" or drag it
rightub.
Press k.
・
To shoot still pictures using auto-focus
function, press k halfway and when
the auto focus frame turns blue and
you hear a beep, press k all the way
until it stops.
❖Information
Shot still pictures are automatically saved in the
internal storage or a microSD card.
・ When the auto focus frame does not appear,
focusing may be failed.
・ When you connect a commercially available
earphone set or other Bluetooth device, shutter
sound may be softer.
・
Recording videos
■
1
Shooting with the start/stop icon
Press and hold k for over a
second.
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2
Tap the shutter icon (
start/stop shooting.
/
) to
When the capturing mode is set to
"Manual", tap
to display the video
shooting screen, then tap the start
shooting icon ( ).
・ Tap the pause/start shooting icon (
/
) to pause/resume recording.
・
■
1
Press and hold k for over a
second.
2
Tap the capturing mode icon, then
select a capturing mode.
・
4
When the capturing mode is set to
"Manual", tap
to display the video
shooting screen.
" tabuTap
in
"Touch capture" or drag it
rightub.
Tap the video shooting screen to
start/stop recording a video.
Shooting with the camera key
You can use this feature when the capturing
mode is set to "Manual", "4K video", or
"Timeshift video".
1
Press and hold k for over a
second.
2
Tap the capturing mode icon, then
select a capturing mode.
Shooting with "Touch capture"
You can use this feature when the capturing
mode is set to "Manual", "4K video", or
"Timeshift video". Turn "Touch capture" on,
then start shooting.
3
■
・
3
When the capturing mode is set to
"Manual", tap
to display the video
shooting screen.
Press k to start/stop shooting.
❖Information
・
・
・
・
uTap "
・
Recorded videos are automatically saved in the
internal storage or a microSD card.
Do not cover the microphone with fingers etc. when
recording videos.
When you connect a commercially available
earphone set or other Bluetooth device, shooting
start/stop sound may be softer.
When shooting video, you can tap the shutter icon
( ) to take a photo. Shot image sizes vary by video
resolution setting. Here are the image sizes available
when the capturing mode is set to "Manual":
Full HD : 2 megapixel (1920u1080), 16:9 aspect ratio
HD : 1 megapixel (1280u720), 16:9 aspect ratio
VGA : 640u480 pixels, 4:3 aspect ratio
If you want to shoot a video using the "4K video"
option, set "SteadyShot™" to "Standard" to prevent
the images from being distorted. It is Off by default
(P.129).
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When the capturing mode is set to
"Sound Photo", images are shot at "8MP"
(16:9).
・ When the capturing mode is set to "AR
mask", "Face in picture", "AR fun", "Multi
camera", "AR effect", or "Creative effect",
images are shot at "2MP" (16:9).
・
Changing settings when
shooting
Changing settings from the option
menu
・
The items displayed vary depending on the
capturing mode.
1
■
Press and hold k for over a
second.
uAny of "
" tab/" " tab/"
tabuSelect a setting item.
3 Change the setting.
■ Aspect ratio (only for still picture)
2
Set the video resolution if the capturing
mode is set to "Manual". An image with a
higher resolution requires more memory.
・ When the capturing mode is set to
"Superior auto", "AR mask", "Face in
picture", "Multi camera", or "Creative
effect", images are shot at the "Full HD"
resolution.
・ When the capturing mode is set to "AR
fun", "Timeshift video", or "AR effect",
images are shot at the "HD" resolution.
"
When the capturing mode is set to
"Superior auto", aspect ratio is set to 16:9 or
4:3 for still pictures.
■
Resolution (only for still picture)
Set the picture resolution if the capturing
mode is set to "Manual". An image with a
higher resolution requires more memory.
・ If the resolution is set to "20.7MP" or
"15.5MP", then "HDR", "ISO", and "Scene
selection" cannot be set.
・ When the capturing mode is set to
"Superior auto", images are shot at "8MP"
(16:9/4:3).
Video resolution (only for video)
■
Self-timer
Shoot after set period of time (seconds)
elapses.
You are recommended to use the Self-timer
to avoid camera shake when shooting still
pictures.
■
Smile Shutter/Smile Shutter (video)
Set smile level for the smile shutter (P.133).
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■
Focus mode
Set focus controls.
Single autofocus
The camera automatically focuses on the
center of the shooting screen.
Multi autofocus (only for still picture)
The camera automatically focuses on
several points on the shooting screen. For
places which are focused on by tapping the
shutter icon ( ) or shooting screen, or
pressing k, the auto focus frame turns
from white to blue.
Face detection
Detect several faces to focus (P.133).
Touch focus (only for still picture)
The auto focus frame moves onto the place
you tapped on the shooting screen to focus
on.
Object tracking
The camera chases an object and focuses
on it.
■
HDR/HDR video
Set whether to use the high dynamic range
function to take lifelike, natural-looking
images even in high-contrast scenes, for
example when there is a bright light in the
background.
■
ISO (only for still picture)
Set ISO sensitivity.
・ With ISO sensitivity up, you can shoot
clear picture reducing blur even in a place
where lightning is poor. However, noise
stands out.
・ With ISO sensitivity down, you can shoot
with noise kept low. However, it may be
dim and tend to make blur in a place
where lighting is poor.
■
Metering
Measure the brightness on the shooting
screen to determine a well-balanced
exposure automatically.
Face
Detects faces, measures the brightness, and
adjusts exposure to set the appropriate
brightness level.
Multi
Divides the screen into multiple areas,
measures the brightness, and adjusts
exposure so that the overall brightness is
balanced.
Center
Put emphasis at the center of the shooting
screen and measure photometry at whole
view finder to adjust the exposure.
Spot
Measure photometry only at the center of
the shooting screen to adjust the exposure.
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■
Recording file type (only for video)
■
Select "H.264" or "H.265" as the file format
when shooting video using the "4K video"
option.
■
Set whether to shoot continuously by
touching and holding the shutter icon ( )
or by pressing and holding k for over a
second.
You can set this feature when the capturing
mode is set to "Superior auto" or when
using the front camera with the capturing
mode set to "Manual".
When the capturing mode is set to
"Superior auto", select "High speed" or
"Standard", depending on how fast your
subject is moving.
・ When "Touch capture" is ON, touch and
hold the shooting screen to shoot Burst
with longpress, too.
Image stabilizer/SteadyShot™
Set whether to decrease blur by hand shake
when shooting.
Intelligent active (only for video)
Reduce camera shake blurring when
zooming, or when shooting while walking.
Standard (only for video)
Reduce camera shake blurring when
shooting normally.
■
Soft skin effect (only for shooting with
Front camera)
Set whether to shoot a picture making
human skin look smoother.
■
Preview
Set the time duration for displaying preview
right after shooting.
・ When it is set to "Edit", the editing screen
appears after shooting.
Burst with longpress (only for still
picture)
■
Face recognition (only for still picture)
Set whether to display name on face tagged
with "Album" application to focus on
preferentially.
■
Microphone (only for video)
Set whether to pick up the surrounding
sound when recording videos.
■
Quick launch
Set behavior when using Quick launch
(P.132).
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■
Geotagging
Set whether to tag still pictures/videos
location information (geotag) for the
shooting spot.
・ When enabled, location information is
added when appears on the shooting
screen.
・
appears while acquiring location
information. To pictures shot while
acquiring location information, geotags
are not added.
■
Touch capture
Set whether to shoot by taping the
shooting screen.
■
Use Volume key as
Set function for assigning with the volume
key.
■
Data storage
Set the saving location for shot still pictures/
videos.
■
Touch Block
Set up the Touch Block function. Set the
touchscreen to be unresponsive when
displaying the shooting screen.
❖Information
・
Some settings cannot be used in combination with
one another.
Changing settings from the icon on
the screen
Tap the icon displayed on the shooting
screen to change the setting.
・ The displayed icons vary depending on the
capturing mode.
■
Flash
Set the flash to light or not when lighting
conditions are poor or in backlight.
Auto
Turn on the flash automatically according to
the brightness.
Fill flash
Always turn on the flash regardless of the
brightness.
Red-eye reduction
Reduce red-eye effect caused by the flash.
Off
The flash does not turn on.
・ Sometimes turning off the flash improves
still picture quality. When you do not turn
on the flash, use the self-timer to avoid
blurring still picture.
Flashlight
Turn on the photo light.
・ Sometimes the video quality can be
better without a photo light, even if
lighting conditions are poor. Shooting a
good image without using the photo
light requires a steady hand.
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■
Scene selection
Select a shooting scene. Suitable shooting
condition for the selected scene is set.
Off
Shoot without the scene set.
Soft skin
Shoot a picture making human skin look
smoother.
Soft snap
Shoot a picture making human skin look
bright and beautiful.
Anti motion blur
Reduce blur when taking portraits indoors.
Landscape
Shoot landscape depicting blue sky or
plants with vivid color and focusing on
distant objects.
Backlight correction HDR
Correct backlight with the high dynamic
range imaging function.
Night portrait
Suitable for shooting persons against the
nightscape background. Due to long
exposure time, be careful not to shake
camera.
Night scene
Shoot clear night scene. Due to long
exposure time, be careful not to shake
camera.
Hand-held twilight
Shoot a crisp and clear night scene
reducing noise.
High sensitivity
Shoot brightly without flash even when
shooting under poor lighting condition.
Gourmet
Shoot clear images making food look
delicious.
Pet
Suitable for shooting pets.
Beach
Reconstruct beach scene brightly and
vividly.
Snow
Reconstruct snow scene brightly and
vividly.
Party
Shoot an indoor picture creating good
atmosphere of indoor lighting. Due to long
exposure time, be careful not to shake
camera.
Sports
To shoot fast-moving object, shorten
exposure time to minimize motion blurring.
Document
Use for shooting text or graphics. It allows to
capture a clear, bright, and easy to read text.
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Fireworks
Shoot a crisp and clear images of fireworks.
Due to long exposure time, be careful not to
shake camera.
■
Exposure value (EV)/White balance
Tap or drag the bar to adjust the exposure
value.
White balance is automatically adjusted
depending on the light source.
Auto
Adjust to the light source automatically.
Incandescent
Adjust for lighting like incandescent bulb.
Fluorescent
Adjust for lighting like fluorescent.
Daylight
Adjust for a sunny place.
Cloudy
Adjust for a cloudy sky or shaded area.
■
Shooting direction
Using Quick launch
You can set how the camera behaves when it
is turned on. To do so, press and hold k
for over a second, or swipe (or flick)
up on
the lock screen (Quick launch).
1
Press and hold k for over a
second.
・
2
3
"Launch only" to activate the camera is
set by default.
u"
" tabu[Quick launch].
Any of [Launch only]/[Launch and
capture]/[Launch and record
video].
・
To cancel Quick launch, tap [Off ].
❖Information
・
When the camera is turned on via "Quick launch", the
capturing mode is automatically set to "Superior
auto".
Set shooting direction for Sweep Panorama.
Right
Shoot moving the camera from left to right.
Left
Shoot moving the camera from right to left.
Down
Shoot moving the camera downwards.
Up
Shoot moving the camera upward.
Apps 132
Shooting with Face detection
Shooting with Smile Shutter
Focus on a face located away from the center. Shoot smile face.
When the capturing mode is set to "Superior
1 Press and hold k for over a
auto", face detection works automatically.
second.
1
Press and hold k for over a
second.
2
Tap the capturing mode
iconu[Manual].
・
To shooting videos, tap
the video shooting screen.
to display
3
uTap the "
" tab/" "
tabu[Focus mode]u[Face
detection]ub.
4
Point the camera at the object.
5
Tap the frame you want to focus on
or let the camera select which face
to focus on without tapping.
・
・
6
Detected faces are framed (up to 5
faces).
2
uTap the "
" tab/" "
tabu[Smile Shutter]/[Smile
Shutter (video)].
3
Select the smile level for the smile
shutterub.
4
Point the camera at the object.
5
The camera automatically takes
the photo when a face in focus
smiles.
Detected faces are framed (up to 5
faces).
・ The camera selects which face to focus
on. Face frame for focusing on turns to
yellow (still picture)/blue (video).
・
・
A yellow frame shows the face in focus.
Shoot a still picture/video.
If no smile is detected, operate the
steps in "Shooting still pictures" (P.125)
to shoot a still picture.
❖Information
・
When "Smile Shutter (video)" is set, the shutter sound
is not emitted for detecting smile while recording a
video.
Apps 133
f
Album
❖Information
Displaying photos/videos
■
Depending on the number of saved images, it may
take some times to load images.
・ To zoom in/out images, pinch out/in on the image
list screen.
・
View/play photos or videos.
1
4K video
From the Home screen, [Album].
A list of images are displayed in
chronological order.
・ When using this service for the first
time, you will see its introduction
screen. If you tap "SIGN UP"/"LOG IN",
follow the onscreen instructions.
・
Image list screen
a
Viewing a photo/video
1
From the Home screen,
[Album]uTap a photo/video.
For Burst with longpress files, tap a
photo.
・ With Sound Photo files, audio is played
back.
・ For video files, tap
.
・ Tap the screen to display information
such as shooting date, option menu
icons, etc.
・
c
d
b
e
f
a
b
c
d
Category list view
Sound Photo file
Video file
Timeshift video file
・ Files saved containing slow-motion videos are
marked with .
e Burst with longpress files
Apps 134
■
Photo viewing screen
・
Operating image files
Video playback screen (P.137)
a
d
bc
1
From the Home screen,
[Album]uTap a photo/video.
2
Tap a screen.
Upload to online service, send via Bluetooth or
mail, copy/move to microSD card.
Play slideshows, rotate image or make image
settings, check detailed information about
images, or add geotags.
With "Throw", you can play photos and videos
wirelessly on other devices.
e
f
g
a
b
c
d
Return to the image list
Sharing menu (P.135)
Option menu (P.135)
Shot date
・ For a geotagged photo, a country name and a
region name appear, and tap it to view the photo
on the map.
e Add to/remove from Favorites
f Operate photos
: Edit photos
: Play the Burst with longpress files in slideshow
g Delete
❖Information
Different options may be shown or some items
cannot be operated in some image files.
・ To work with more than one image file, from the
Home screen, tap [Album]uTouch and hold a photo/
video on the image list screenuTap to select the
image files you want to add.
・ For some DRM protected contents or transfer
applications, sharing may be limited.
・
❖Information
To zoom in/out image display, pinch out/in on the
photo playing screen.
・ The items vary depending on the selected file.
・
Apps 135
YouTube
YouTube is a free online video streaming
service. You can play, search for and upload
videos.
・ A packet communication charge is applied
when downloading or uploading video
content using mobile networks.
Playing YouTube video
1
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[YouTube].
・
2
If you do not set Google account, the
Google account setting screen appears.
Follow the onscreen instructions.
Media Player
Play back music and videos stored on the
internal storage or a microSD card using
Media Player.
・ File formats of playable data (P.213)
❖Information
For details on Media Player, from the Home screen,
u[Media Player]u
uTap [Help] to refer to the
manual of Media Player.
・
Playing music/video
1
・
Tap a video.
・
Tap
to search videos.
❖Information
・
To delete search history, in Step 2, tap
u[Settings]u[Privacy]u[Clear search
history]u[OK].
From the Home screen,
Player].
u[Media
When using for the first time, confirm
the Application Privacy Policy and the
Software License Agreement, mark the
agreement checkboxuTap [Start]. Then
follow the instructions on Media
Player's introduction screen.
2
Tap the appropriate tab at the top
of the screen or flick left or right on
the screen.
3
Tap a song/video.
Apps 136
■
❖Information
Music playback screen
・
a
b
d
e
f
g
h
You can return to the Home screen to perform
another operation while listening to music in the
background. To return to the music playback screen,
from the Home screen, tap u[Media Player], or
drag the status bar downwardsuTap the name of
song that is being played.
■
Video playback screen
a
c
b
e
c
f
g
i
a
b
c
Playback point
Back to song list
Operate a song
: Go back to the beginning of the song or to the
previous song
: Fast rewind
: Pause
: Play
: Fast forward
: Skip to the next song
d Option menu
e Album art
f Song information
g Repeat is off/Repeat all songs/Repeat current song
h Shuffle is off/Shuffle is on
i Volume control
・ Alternatively, on the playback screen, press the
volume key to adjust the volume.
d
h
a
b
Playback point
Share a video between screen mirroring compatible
device and the terminal
c Back to video list
d Operate a video
: Go back to the beginning of the video or to the
previous video
: Fast rewind
: Pause
: Play
: Fast forward
: Skip to the next video
e Option menu
f Video information
Apps 137
g
Auto-rotate screen ON/OFF
・ Tap
to turn red and disable Auto-rotate
screen.
h Volume control
・ Alternatively, on the playback screen, press the
volume key to adjust the volume.
❖Information
・
Tap the screen to display option menu icons and
other items.
Ending Media Player
1
On the Media Player screen/song
player screen/movie player screen,
/ u[Exit].
Location services
Your current location can be positioned using
GPS, Wi-Fi, or mobile network.
GPS function
The terminal has a GPS receiver that uses
satellite signals to calculate your location.
Some GPS features use the Internet. Data
rates and charges may apply.
When you use GPS function to find your
location, make sure you have a clear view of
the sky. If GPS does not find your location
after several minutes, move to another
location. To help the search, stand still and do
not cover the GPS antenna section (P.27). The
first time you use the GPS, it may take about
10 minutes to find your location.
・ Use the GPS system with great care. DOCOMO
is not liable for any damage caused by
abnormality of the system.
・ Note that DOCOMO shall have no liabilities for
any purely economic loss including those due
to missing a chance to check the
measurement (communication) results
because of external factors (including the
running out of the battery), such as a failure,
malfunction, or any other problems of the
terminal or the power failure.
Apps 138
You cannot use the terminal as a navigation
device for an aircraft, vehicle, and person.
Note that DOCOMO shall have no liabilities
whatsoever even if you suffer damage or loss
while performing a navigation using the
location information.
・ You cannot use the terminal as a highaccuracy measurement GPS. Note that
DOCOMO shall have no liabilities whatsoever
even if you suffer damage or loss due to a
deviation of the location information.
・ Global Positioning System (GPS) is created
and managed by U.S. Department of Defense.
And the department is in charge of
controlling the accuracy and maintenance of
the system. Therefore, some changes made
by U.S. Department of Defence might affect
accuracy or functions of GPS system.
・ Some wireless communications products
(mobile phone, data detectors and some
others) block satellite signals and also causes
instability of signal reception.
・ Some map displays based on location
information (latitude/longitude information)
may be not accurate due to some countries'
or regions' regulations.
・
■
Where radio waves are difficult to
receive
Note that radio waves may not be received
or it may be difficult to receive radio waves
in the following conditions, since GPS uses
radio waves from a satellite.
・ Inside or immediately under a building
・ Inside a bag or box
・ Inside or under a thick covering of trees
・ In a car, inside a train compartment
・ When there are obstructions (people or
objects) near the terminal
・ Inside a basement or tunnel, and below
the ground or water
・ In buildings-clustered or residential area
・ Near a high-voltage cable
・ Bad weather such as heavy rain or snow
❖Note
If some of the GPS functions are not available, or if
none of them are, check that your contract includes
the use of the Internet, and see "Wireless & networks"
(P.147).
・ NTT DOCOMO is not liable for navigation services or
for the accuracy of location services.
・
Apps 139
Activating GPS/Location services
You can position your current location using
GPS, Wi-Fi, and information sent from mobile
network base stations.
u
1
From the Home screen,
[Settings].
2
[Location]uTap
or drag it right.
3
Read the Attention message about
location information and tap
[AGREE]uRead the Location
consent message and tap [AGREE].
of "Location"
Finding the current location on the
map
You can detect your current location using
location information service.
・ To detect current location, enable Location
(P.140) beforehand.
1
・
2
❖Information
Your location information is sent to Google without
specifying who you are. Your location information
may be sent even when the application is not
running.
・
Using Google Maps
The Google Maps application allows you to
view your current location, find other
locations and search routes.
・ To use Google Maps, enable data traffic (LTE/
3G/GPRS) or connect to Wi-Fi.
・ Google Maps does not cover the whole world.
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Maps].
When a message appears, follow the
onscreen instructions.
.
Current location is shown by blue mark.
If you tap , the icon changes to ,
and then the terminal's geomagnetic
compass links the direction displayed
on the map.
・ To zoom in/out the map, pinch out/in
on the map screen, or double-tap/tap
the screen with two fingers.
・
・
Viewing Street view
2
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Maps].
Touch and hold a point you want
to show in the street viewuTap
information displayed at the
bottom of the screen.
3
[Street View].
1
Apps 140
Searching for a location
1
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Maps].
2
3
4
Fill out the search bar.
on the software keyboard.
Tap a destination.
Schedule
Displaying schedule
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[Schedule].
・
Displaying information
("Schedule & Memo application" license
agreement) screen. Configure settings
by following the instructions on the
resulting screen asking if you want to
use cloud services.
Display information such as traffic
information etc. on the map.
1
2
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Maps].
uSelect information to display.
2
Navigating
You can receive detailed guides for your
destination.
1
From the Home screen,
[Google]u[Maps].
2
3
uSelect a transporting method.
Enter a start point in the upper
entry fielduEnter an end point in
the lower entry field.
When using for the first time, tap [ 同意
する (Agree)] on the 「スケジュール&メ
モアプリ」ソフトウェア使用許諾規約
[Switch disp]uTap [Monthly]/
[Week]/[Daily time-line]/[Daily].
・
Flick the calendar left or right to display
the next or previous month/week/day.
❖Information
To move cursor to the current date or date you want
to display, in Step 2, [Jump to]u[Today]/drag a
number to set dateu[Jump].
・ In Step 2, [Switch disp]uTap [Memo list] to switch to
the "Memo" application screen.
・
Apps 141
Creating schedule event
Setting display conditions in
Schedule
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[Schedule].
When a search criteria is set, specified data
can be displayed.
2
3
[Add]uEnter an item.
[Save].
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[Schedule].
2
3
[Conditions].
On the selecting screen for search
conditions, tap items to display.
❖Information
・
When an alarm of event is set,
appears on the
status bar at the set time. Drag the status baruTap
[It's time] to display details of the event.
Displaying events of Schedule
1
From the Home screen, [ ドコモクラ
ウド (docomo cloud)]u[Schedule]
uDisplay a scheduled date/time.
・
2
To edit an event, tap [Edit].
❖Information
To delete an event, touch and hold an event in Step
2uTap [Delete one]u[Delete].
・ To delete all events, from the Home screen, tap [ ドコ
モクラウド (docomo
cloud)]u[Schedule]u u[Delete all]u[Delete].
・
Tap [Free word search] in Step 3uEnter a search
wordu[OK] to search and display the input
information in "title", "text" and " どこで? (place)".
・
In Monthly view or Week view, tap a
scheduled date.
Tap an event to view description.
・
❖Information
Alarm & clock
Use alarm, world clock, stop watch and timer.
Setting alarm
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
& clock].
uSet time etc.
[SAVE].
u[Alarm
Apps 142
❖Information
❖Information
To delete alarms, in Step 2, tap u[Delete alarms]
uMark alarms you want to deleteu[DELETE]*u[YES].
* A number of marked alarm is displayed at the right
side of "DELETE".
・
Enabling/Disabling alarm
1
2
From the Home screen, u[Alarm
& clock].
Tap
/
of alarm you want to
switch ON/OFF or drag it right/left.
Stopping alarm
1
While alarm is sounding, drag
to the right.
❖Information
If you tap [Snooze], the alarm sounds again when the
set time has passed.
If the backlight is on (except on the lock screen), tap
the display area at the top of the screen to operate.
・
・
Using World clock
Display the date and time etc. in cities around
the world.
1
2
From the Home screen,
& clock]u" " tab.
uSelect a city.
u[Alarm
Time display during day-light saving time may differ
from time difference displayed on the screen when
adding a city in Step 2.
・ To change the order of cities, in Step 2, tap
u[Rearrange]uDrag at the side of date and
time for the city up or downuTap [DONE].
・ To delete cities, in Step 2, tap
u[Delete]uMark
cities you want to deleteuTap [DELETE]*u[YES].
* A number of marked city is displayed at the right
side of "DELETE".
・
Using Stopwatch
1
From the Home screen,
& clock]u" " tab.
2
3
[START].
[STOP].
u[Alarm
Using Timer
1
From the Home screen,
& clock]u" " tab.
2
3
[SET TIME].
4
5
u[Alarm
Drag the number up or down to set
timeu[OK].
[START].
[STOP].
Apps 143
Backing up/Restoring to/from
Data Storage BOX
docomo backup
With docomo backup, you can back up or
restore data to/from " データ保管 BOX (Data
Storage BOX)" or "microSD card".
・ Do not remove microSD card during backup
or restoring. Doing so may damage the
terminal data.
・ If the battery is low, backup or restore may not
be done. In that case, charge the terminal and
retry to back up or restore.
・ docomo apps password is required to back
up or restore (P.164).
・ To back up data to or restore data from your
Data Storage BOX, you need to log in to the
docomo cloud (P.144).
❖Information
When using for the first time, confirm アプリケーショ
ン・プライバシーポリシー (Application privacy policy)
and ドコモバックアップアプリ利用規約 (docomo
backup app license agreement), then mark
"Agree"u[Start].
・ For details on docomo backup, from the Home
screen, tap u[docomo backup]u[Backup/restore
to docomo cloud]/[Backup/restore to microSD
card]u u[Help] to refer to Help.
・
You can back up/restore call logs, music, etc.
to/from Data Storage BOX.
Backing up
1
From the Home screen,
u[docomo backup]u[Backup/
restore to docomo cloud].
2
[Backup].
3
4
5
Mark the data to back up.
[Start backup]u[Backup].
Enter docomo apps
passwordu[OK].
・
When you do not log in to docomo
cloud, on the confirmation screen, tap
[Log in], then follow the onscreen
instructions to log in.
❖Information
With Periodical backup, you can back up specified
item data to Data Storage BOX automatically every
month.
・ Note that use of Periodical backup may cause high
packet communication charge.
・
Apps 144
Restoring
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[docomo backup]u[Backup/
restore to docomo cloud].
[Restore].
Tap [Select] on data type to
restoreuMark data to restoreu
[Select].
・
4
5
Tap [Select latest data] to select the
latest data for each data type.
[Add]/[Overwrite]u[Start restore]
u[Restore].
Enter docomo apps
passwordu[OK].
Backing up/Restoring to/from
microSD card
Back up or restore data such as phonebook
entries, docomo mails, images/videos, etc. to
an external memory such as microSD card.
Backing up
If microSD card is not installed, data such as
images and movies are saved to the internal
storage. You can back up only data such as
images and movies stored in the internal
storage. Data stored in microSD card cannot
be backed up.
1
From the Home screen,
u[docomo backup]u[Backup/
restore to microSD].
2
3
4
5
[Backup].
Mark the data to back up.
[Start backup]u[Start backup].
Enter docomo apps
passwordu[OK].
❖Information
・
When restoring from the Data Storage BOX, data is
restored to the location where the data is backed up
to. When model change etc., data may be restored to
the different saving location from backing up.
❖Information
When backing up phonebook entries to microSD
card, data without Name cannot be copied.
・ If microSD card is low on memory, backup may not
be done. In that case, delete unnecessary files to
make available space.
・
Apps 145
Restoring
1
From the Home screen,
u[docomo backup]u[Backup/
restore to microSD].
2
3
[Restore].
Tap [Select] on data type to
restoreuMark data to restoreu
[Select].
・
4
5
Tap [Select latest data] to select the
latest data for each data type.
[Overwrite]/[Add]u[Start restore]
u[Restore].
Enter docomo apps
passwordu[OK].
Copying phonebook entries
registered in Google account to
docomo account
You can copy contacts data registered in
Google account to docomo account.
1
From the Home screen,
u[docomo backup]u[Backup/
restore to microSD].
2
3
[Phonebook account copy].
[Select] on Google account
contacts you want to copyu
[Overwrite]/[Add].
・
When a message appears, follow the
onscreen instructions.
❖Information
・
If phonebook item names (e.g. Phone number, etc.)
of the other terminal are different from ones of your
terminal, the item names may be changed or
deleted. Also, some text may be deleted in copied
destination, because savable characters in a
phonebook entry vary by terminal.
Apps 146
Settings
Viewing the setting menu
1
u
From the Home screen,
[Settings].
Wireless & networks
Device
Personal
System
P.147
P.157
P.164
P.173
Wireless & networks
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
Data usage
Xperia™ Connectivity
More
Airplane mode
Default SMS app
Tethering & portable
hotspot
VPN
Mobile networks
NFC / Osaifu-Keitai
settings
P.147
P.179
P.151
P.152
P.153
P.91
P.154
P.156
P.153, P.189
P.104, P.181
Wi-Fi
Using the Wi-Fi function, you can connect to
an access point for your home, company
network or public wireless LAN services to
use mail and Internet.
■
Reception interference caused by
Bluetooth devices
Bluetooth devices and wireless LAN
(IEEE802.11b/g/n) devices use the same
frequency band (2.4GHz). If you use
Bluetooth devices near a wireless LAN
device, reception interference may occur or
the communications speed may lower.
Also, you may hear noise or have a
connection problem. Communication may
be interrupted or sound may be lost while
streaming data, etc. In these cases, do the
following:
・ Keep the terminal and Bluetooth device
to be connected wirelessly approximately
10 meters or more away from a wireless
LAN device.
・ Within approximately 10 meters, turn off
the Bluetooth device to be connected.
Settings 147
Turning on Wi-Fi
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Wi-Fi].
Tap
or drag it right.
・
It may take a few seconds before the
Wi-Fi connection is on.
❖Information
Even when Wi-Fi is on, packet communication is
available.
・ When a Wi-Fi network is disconnected, connection is
automatically switched to a LTE/3G/GSM network
mode. Note that packet communication charge may
be applied if network connection stays switched.
・ Turn the Wi-Fi function to off when you do not use
Wi-Fi to cut battery power consumption.
・ Make sure to receive signal strong enough for using
Wi-Fi function.
・
Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Wi-Fi].
Select a Wi-Fi network to connect.
To connect to a protected Wi-Fi
network, enter the
passwordu[CONNECT].
・ To connect Wi-Fi network with WPS
compatible device,
u[Advanced]uTap [WPS Push Button]/
[WPS PIN Entry] and then follow the
onscreen instructions.
・
・
Scanning for Wi-Fi networks manually,
u[Refresh].
❖Information
Depending on your environment, the connection
speed may be slow, or Wi-Fi may not be available.
・ When the terminal is connected to Wi-Fi network
successfully, "Connected" appears. When a different
message appears, make sure the password (security
key).
When the connection is not established even if you
enter a correct password (security key), the correct IP
address may not have been acquired. Check the
signal status and reconnect. It may take 5 minutes or
more to display the connection result after
connecting to Wi-Fi network is operated.
・ If you connect to an access point that is not
connected to the Internet,
appears and
communication may be performed via mobile
network, not via Wi-Fi.
・ To use docomo service via Wi-Fi, setting "docomo ID"
is required. From the Home screen, u[Settings]u
[docomo service/cloud]u[docomo ID 設定 (docomo
ID setting)] to set.
・
Deleting connecting Wi-Fi network
setting
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Wi-Fi].
Tap the Wi-Fi network that is
currently connected.
[FORGET].
Settings 148
Adding a Wi-Fi network manually
・
Turn Wi-Fi on beforehand (P.148).
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Wi-Fi].
u[Add network]uEnter a
network SSID for Wi-Fi network to
add.
Tap "Security" setting itemuTap a
security type of the Wi-Fi network
you want to add.
・
4 options, "None", "WEP", "WPA/WPA2
PSK", or "802.1x EAP", appear.
4
If required, enter security
information for the Wi-Fi network
you want to add.
5
[SAVE].
Using optional menu
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Wi-Fi]u
Add network
Saved networks
Refresh
Advanced Network
notification
Scanning
always
available
Avoid poor
connections
.
P.149
Display saved Wi-Fi
networks.
P.148
Set whether to notify
when Wi-Fi open
network is detected.
・ Turn Wi-Fi on
beforehand (P.148).
Set whether to allow
Google location service
and other application
to scan network when
Wi-Fi is OFF.
Set whether to use LTE/
3G/GSM network
mode when Wi-Fi radio
waves are weak or
communication quality
is bad.
Settings 149
Advanced Keep Wi-Fi on
during sleep
Install
certificates
Wi-Fi Direct
WPS Push
Button
WPS PIN Entry
Auto IP support
Passpoint
MAC address
IP address
Set whether to disable
the Wi-Fi function
when the screen
backlight turns off. You
can set to turn on every
time for charging the
battery, too.
・ By default, "Keep WiFi on during sleep" is
set. When not
charging the battery,
Wi-Fi connection is
disconnected in
approximately 15
minutes after the
backlight turns off.
Install certificates.
Using Wi-Fi Direct compatible device
You can connect among the devices
compatible with Wi-Fi Direct via Wi-Fi even
without configuring access point.
・ Turn Wi-Fi on beforehand (P.148).
1
2
3
Tap [SEARCH FOR DEVICES] to refresh
the detection list.
・ To change the terminal name displayed
on the detected Wi-Fi Direct
compatible device, tap [RENAME
DEVICE].
・
P.150
P.148
P.148
Switch ON/OFF of Auto
IP function.
Set whether to connect
to available Passpoint
network automatically.
Check MAC address.
Check IP address.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Wi-Fi].
u[Advanced]u[Wi-Fi Direct].
Select a Wi-Fi Direct compatible
device name to connect.
❖Information
・
Wi-Fi function becomes available when you install a
compatible application.
Settings 150
Data usage
Enable/disable mobile data communication
or set data usage limit.
Enabling mobile data
communication
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Data usage].
Tap
of "Mobile data traffic" or
drag it right.
Read the note and tap [OK].
Setting data usage limit
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Data usage].
Tap
of "Set mobile data limit"
or drag it right.
Setting Data usage cycle
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Data usage].
Set period/[Change cycle...].
・
When you tap [Change cycle...], select
reset dateu[SET].
Using optional menu
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Data usage]u
Restrict
background data
Show Wi-Fi/Hide
Wi-Fi
Network
restrictions
Mobile networks
.
Set whether to restrict
background data.
Set whether to display Wi-Fi
usage status.
Set to restrict use of specified
Wi-Fi network.
P.153, P.189
Read the note and tap [OK].
❖Information
Note that mobile data communication will be
disabled when data usage volume reaches to the
limit.
・ Change the setting value for data usage limit and the
value for alert by dragging the right end of each bar
in the graph.
・
Settings 151
Xperia™ Connectivity
One-touch setup
Smart Connect™
Throw settings
Screen mirroring*
Cast screen
Media server settings
Set up for using the
terminal and Xperia™
tablet (Android 4.4 or
later) at the same time
with one-touch
operation.
Set operation when
external device is
connected or
applications are
activating/
deactivating.
Play contents in the
terminal with other
device.
Connect to a TV or
tablet compatible with
Screen mirroring to
display the screen on
the terminal.
Display the terminal's
screen on a device that
supports Google Cast.
P.185
Windows tethering
DUALSHOCK™ series
MirrorLink™
Display the description
about Windows
tethering.
To connect by
Windows tethering, set
the following
beforehand.
・ Turn on Bluetooth
function of the
terminal and the PC
(P.179).
・ Set security of
Portable Wi-Fi
hotspot to "WPA2
PSK" (P.155).
・ Pair the terminal and
a PC whose OS is
Windows 8.1 or later
via Bluetooth (P.180).
Connect a wireless
controller
(DUALSHOCK™ 4) to
your terminal.
Set to allow a device
compatible with
MirrorLink to operate
the terminal using
microUSB cable.
Copyright protected
data cannot be
displayed.
Settings 152
Set whether to display
the software
installation wizard
when connected to a
PC.
Detect USB Have USB device
peripheral connected to the
terminal recognized.
Tips for
Check how to connect
connection USB device.
with USB
peripheral
Keep your device's screen Set whether to light
on
the terminal backlight
while an external
device is connected.
USB
Connectivity
Install
software
* Compatible with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast™
Depending on usage environment, image or sound
may be interrupted or stopped.
Covering around the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth antenna with
your hand may affect the quality of
communications.
Airplane mode
In this mode, the functions of using radio
wave transmissions such as calling, accessing
to the Internet (including sending/receiving
mails), etc. are disabled.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More].
2
Tap
of "Airplane mode" or
drag it right.
・
appears on the status bar.
❖Information
Even if Airplane mode is on, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth function
and NFC Reader/Writer, P2P function can be turned
on. Do no use these functions in a place where the
use is prohibited.
・
Setting an access point
An access point for connecting to the
Internet (sp-mode) is already registered. You
can add or change it if necessary.
For details of sp-mode, refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
For using mopera U, Business mopera
Internet add the access point manually.
For details on mopera U, refer to mopera U
website.
Checking the access point in use
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
・
It is recommended that you use the
displayed access point without editing.
❖Information
・
Radio button on the right of current access point is
marked.
Settings 153
Setting an access point additionally
1
2
3
4
5
6
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
.
[Name]uEnter a nameu[OK].
[APN]uEnter an access point
nameu[OK].
Tap and enter all other
information required by your
network operator.
u[Save].
❖Information
・
Do not change the MCC/MNC when setting the APN.
If you change them to values other than the default
values (440/10), the set APN will not be displayed on
the APN screen. If the set APN is not displayed,
uTap [Reset to default] or
, then set the APN
again.
Using tethering function
Use tethering function to enable the terminal
to use as modem to allow USB compatible
devices, wireless LAN devices or Bluetooth
devices to access the Internet.
❖Information
If you want to use tethering, subscription to Packet
Pack/packet flat-rate service is strongly
recommended.
・ For details on usage charge, see the following
website.
https://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/
・ When the docomo nano UIM card is not inserted,
mobile data communication is disabled, or the
terminal is out of service area, USB tethering, Portable
Wi-Fi hotspot and Bluetooth tethering that use
mobile network are not available.
・
Initializing an access point
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile
networks]u[Access Point Names].
u[Reset to default].
Settings 154
Setting USB tethering
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u
[Tethering & portable hotspot].
Connect the terminal to the PC
with a USB compatible PC with
Micro USB Cable 01 (optional) etc.
(P.35).
When you connect microUSB cable etc.
for the first time, the driver software for
the terminal is installed to a PC. Wait for
a while until installation is completed.
・ When "Install software" screen appears
on the terminal, tap [SKIP].
・
3
Tap
of "USB tethering" or drag
it right.
❖Information
System requirements (OS) for USB tethering are as
follows.
- Microsoft Windows 8/8.1
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Microsoft Windows Vista
- Linux
・ During USB tethering, the terminal storage cannot
be mounted with a PC.
・ USB tethering can be used with Wi-Fi tethering or
Bluetooth tethering at the same time.
・
Setting Wi-Fi tethering
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u
[Tethering & portable hotspot].
Tap
of "Portable Wi-Fi
hotspot" or drag it right.
❖Information
If Wi-Fi tethering starts while connecting to Wi-Fi
network or the terminal and DLNA device are
connected via Wi-Fi network, Wi-Fi network is
disconnected. Wi-Fi network is automatically
connected when Wi-Fi tethering ends.
・ Wi-Fi tethering can be used with USB tethering or
Bluetooth tethering at the same time.
・
Setting up a portable Wi-Fi hotspot
You can use the terminal as a Wi-Fi access
point to connect up to 10 wireless LAN
devices to the Internet simultaneously.
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u
[Tethering & portable hotspot].
[Portable Wi-Fi hotspot
settings]u[Configure Wi-Fi
hotspot].
Enter a network SSID of the Wi-Fi
access point to set.
・
The device name of the terminal is set
by default.
Settings 155
4
Tap "Security" setting itemuTap a
security type of the Wi-Fi access
point you want to set.
5
Enter a password of the Wi-Fi
access point to set as required.
6
[SAVE].
❖Information
・
By default, a password is set in a random manner.
Setting Bluetooth tethering
Up to 5 Bluetooth devices can be connected
to the Internet.
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u
[Tethering & portable hotspot].
Tap
of "Bluetooth tethering"
or drag it right.
Connecting to a VPN (Virtual
Private Network)
Use Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect
to the information in a protected local
network such as companies, schools or other
facilities from outside.
❖Information
・
To set up a VPN from the terminal, you need to
retrieve the information related to security from your
network administrator. For details, see the following
website.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/support/ (In Japanese
only)
Adding a VPN
1
・
❖Information
For using Bluetooth tethering from a Bluetooth
device, set it paired with the terminal. For details on
Bluetooth function, see "Bluetooth function" (P.179).
・ Bluetooth tethering can be used with USB tethering
or Wi-Fi tethering at the same time.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[VPN].
・
2
3
4
When the note appears, follow the
onscreen instructions to set unlocking
method of screen lock (P.168).
.
When an editing screen is
displayed, follow the instruction of
the network administrator to
enter/set required items of VPN
settings.
[SAVE].
Settings 156
❖Information
To edit/delete VPNs, touch and hold a VPNu[Edit
profile]/[Delete profile].
・ When you reset after VPN has been used, mark "Erase
internal storage".
・
Connecting to a VPN
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[VPN].
Tap a VPN to connect to.
Enter required authentication
informationu[CONNECT].
・
When you are connected to a VPN,
appears in the status bar.
Disconnecting a VPN
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[VPN].
Tap a connected VPNu[FORGET].
Device
Personalization
Call
Home
Display
Sound &
notification
Storage
Power
management
Apps
P.157
P.84, P.192
P.158
P.158
P.159
P.161
P.162
P.162
Personalization
Motion
Themes
Wallpaper
Preferred apps
settings
Clocks
System icons
Set whether to answer or reject
call without touching the screen
while receiving.
Change themes for the Home
screen, wallpaper of the lock
screen, etc.
P.70
Set applications (Home app, lock
screen, phonebook app,
application for play back videos
or music) used in the terminal all
at once or individually.
Set a clock for the lock screen.
Select icons to be displayed in
the status bar.
Settings 157
Change the home application for the
terminal.
・ If you change the Home application, the lock
screen, phonebook application and
application for playing videos or music are
also changed.
Simple Home
Xperia™ Home
docomo LIVE UX
P.49
P.46
P.68
Display
Image
enhancement
Increase touch sensitivity to enable
touch operation with gloved hand
・ Touching screen with gloved
hand with Glove mode ON, a
ring appears where you touch
on the screen.
・ Depending on the material of
gloves, touch operation may be
difficult.
Brightness level P.158
Adaptive
Adjust brightness automatically
brightness
according to the ambient
brightness with reference to the
brightness set in "Brightness level".
White balance P.159
Screen rotation P.39
Sleep
Set a time before the screen back
light turns off.
Smart backlight Set the backlight not to turn off
control
when you use the terminal holding
with your hand even while touch
operation is not performed.
Daydream
Set the screensaver.
Font size
Set font size.
Tap to wake up Set whether to cancel sleep mode
by double-tapping the screen.
Glove mode
Home
Set the screen to display photos
and videos vividly and at high
resolution. Note that the image
quality of still images can only be
enhanced when viewing in the
"Album" application.
・ Select "X-Reality for mobile" to
enhance patterns and outlines
so that sharp images with
detailed textures are produced.
・ Select "Super-vivid mode" to
enhance colors so that sharp,
vivid images are produced.
Adjusting the screen brightness
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Display]u
Brightness level].
Drag the slider to the right or left.
Settings 158
Adjusting the white balance
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Display]u[White
balance].
2
Tap or drag the slider to the right
or left on the position to set.
・
3
Touch and hold the area displaying
"Press and hold here to see previous
setting" to check the setting before
adjusting.
[DONE].
❖Information
・
In Step 2, u[Default values]u[DONE] to reset
back to the default setting.
Sound & notification
The sound setting for
music recommended
by Sony. It helps
optimize the settings
for digital signal
processing technology
with a one-touch
operation.
Sound effects Set sound effects.
Dynamic
Set to play at a
normalizer
comparable volume
when songs with
different volume levels
are played.
Accessory Noise canceling Reduce background
settings
noise by turning on the
noise-canceling
function. This is
enabled when noisecanceling headphones
are connected.
Wireless
Set to use LDAC
playback
compatible device for
quality
playback of high sound
quality audio.
Mic sensitivity Set the microphone
sensitivity.
Media volume
P.160
Alarm volume
Ring volume
Audio
settings
ClearAudio+
Settings 159
Also vibrate for calls
Phone ringtone
Increasing ringtone*
Default notification
ringtone
Startup sound
Other sounds
Notification light
Interruptions
When device is locked
App notifications
Notification access
Set whether to vibrate
the terminal when
receiving a call.
P.160
Set whether to have
your ringtone get
gradually louder.
P.160
Set whether to emit
sound when the power
is on.
Set Dialpad tones/
Screen locking sounds/
Touch sounds/Vibrate
on touch.
Set whether to notify
missed call etc. with
blinking notification
LED.
Make settings for
sounds of incoming
call or notifications.
Set whether to show
content of notification
on the lock screen.
Set notification for each
application.
Set whether to enable
an application for
reading notification
content.
❖Information
・
For silent mode, see "Setting silent mode" (P.40).
Adjusting each sound volume
Adjust volumes for playing media, ringtone,
notification sounds and alarms.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Sound &
notification].
2
Drag the slider of "Media volume"/
"Alarm volume"/"Ring volume" left
or right.
❖Information
Even if alarm volume is set in "Sound & notification",
set in "Alarm volume" set in "Alarm & clock" app is
given priority (P.142).
・ Press the volume key to adjust the ringtone volume.
Press Volume key while receiving a call to mute the
ringtone.
・
Setting a ringtone/notification sound
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Sound &
notification]u[Phone ringtone]/
[Default notification ringtone].
Select Phone ringtone or
Notification soundu[DONE].
* When silent mode is ON, ringtone volume does not
increase.
Settings 160
❖Information
To set a ringtone or notification sound other than the
ones stored by default, tap .
・ When the Media volume is set to volume 0, ringtone
or notification sound cannot be heard.
・
Storage
Check or format memory volume of device
memory (internal storage), microSD card, and
USB storage.
Check available memory
space of internal
storage, etc.
SD Card
Total space Check available memory
space etc. of microSD
card.
Unmount SD Cancel connection of
card*1
microSD card to remove
it safely.
Mount SD
Have microSD card
card*1
recognized.
Erase SD
Format microSD card.
card*1
External
Total space Check available memory
USB storage
space of USB storage.
Unmount
Cancel connection of
USB storage*1 USB storage to remove it
safely.
Mount USB Have USB storage
storage*1
recognized.
Erase USB
Format USB storage.
storage*1
Device
memory
Total space
Miscellaneous Transfer data Transfer data in the
to SD card*2 device memory (internal
storage) to the microSD
card.
*1 Displayed items vary depending on condition of
microSD card or USB storage recognition.
*2 Transfer the only files stored in the specified folder
in the device memory (internal storage) to the
microSD card.
❖Information
USB storage cannot be recognized automatically.
Attach it to the terminal, then from the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Xperia™ Connectivity]u[USB
Connectivity]uTap [Detect USB peripheral].
・ Note that formatting microSD card/USB storage
erases all data in microSD card/USB storage(external
device such as microSD card).
・ If the terminal has a small memory, you can perform
the following operations to increase available
memory.
- In Browser, delete history (P.101).
- Uninstall programs that you no longer use (P.163).
・
Settings 161
Power management
Restrict functions in sleep mode
for specified applications to
reduce battery consumption.
Low battery mode Set time before going into sleep
mode, screen brightness, and
whether to turn off functions
when the battery level becomes
lower than set level.
Emergency mode P.41
App power
Reduce battery consumption by
consumption
controlling the operation of
unused applications.
Battery usage
Display remaining battery level,
battery consumption,etc.
STAMINA mode
Apps
Manage and delete installed applications,
display memory usage condition, etc. or
change the settings.
Managing applications
1
2
To delete application data, tap [CLEAR
DATA]uRead the notes and tap [OK].
・ Tap [CLEAR CACHE] to delete cache or
tap [CLEAR DEFAULTS] to delete
settings for activating the application
and restore to the default.
・
❖Information
When STAMINA mode is ON, flashing interval and
color (pale purple) of the notification LED in sleep
mode become identical for all applications.
・ Time displayed in "Estimated battery time" is linked
to the setting of STAMINA mode only.
It is not linked with other modes.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Apps].
Tap the application you want to
manage.
・
Force-quitting an application
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Apps].
Tap an application to force-quit.
[FORCE STOP]uRead the notes and
tap [OK].
Settings 162
Deleting an application
・
Before deleting application data, back up
contents that you want to save including data
saved in the application.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Apps].
2
3
Tap an application to delete.
[UNINSTALL]u[OK].
❖Information
Some applications pre-installed cannot be deleted
(uninstalled). For some applications which cannot be
uninstalled, disabling is possible (P.163).
・ Applications downloaded from Google Play are
recommended to be deleted from the Google Play
screen (P.103).
・
Disabling application
You can disable services or applications that
cannot be uninstalled.
・ Disabled applications are not displayed on
the Home screen or application screen and
you cannot execute them, but they are not
uninstalled.
1
2
3
4
[DISABLE]uRead the notes and tap
[OK].
❖Information
・
When you disabled an application, some other
applications linked to the disabled application may
not be operated correctly. Enable the disabled
application again to operate them correctly.
Resetting applications
You can reset disabling applications on "ALL"
tab (P.163), settings for activating application
(P.162), or restricting background data
(P.151).
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Apps].
u[Reset app preferences].
[RESET APPS].
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Apps].
Flick the screen to the leftuDisplay
"ALL" tab.
Tap an application to disable.
Settings 163
Personal
docomo service/cloud
Location
Security
Accounts
Language & input
Backup & reset
Setup guide
P.164
P.165
P.165
P.169
P.171
P.172
P.37
docomo service/cloud
docomo ID 設定
(docomo ID
setting)
docomo cloud
Set docomo ID for using docomo
applications.
Make settings for docomo cloud
compatible service.
docomo apps
Manage to install applications
management
provided by NTT DOCOMO and
set to check updates for
applications regularly.
docomo apps
Set a password for applications
password
provided by docomo. docomo
apps password is set "0000" by
default.
AUTO-GPS
Set to use the services supporting
AUTO-GPS.
docomo location Set location information function
information
for imadoco search,
imadocokantan search and KeitaiOsagashi Service.
Send device error Set for sending error information
information
to the server managed by
DOCOMO.
Remote
Set for using the service by
Initialization
remote operations such as
Service
initializing data etc. in the
terminal.
Profile setting
Check or change your profile
information used for docomo
services.
Switch USB
Configure settings for using a
debugging
dedicated terminal, especially at a
docomo Shop.
Open source
View open source licenses.
licenses
❖Information
・
You can disable applications displayed in docomo
service/cloud. Disabled applications may not be
displayed in the list of docomo service. Also, if you
newly download an application provided by
DOCOMO, an item may be added in the list of
docomo service/cloud.
Settings 164
Owner info
Location
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Location].
Tap
or drag it right.
Read the note and tap [AGREE].
・
When a confirmation screen for
improving location accuracy appears,
read the content and then tap [AGREE]
or [DISAGREE].
Set a mode to identify location
information.
Recent location Display the application using the
requests
recent location information data
and battery usage amount.
Location
Set whether to allow applications
services
to access the location information.
・ You may need to set a Google
account.
Smart Lock
Encrypt phone
Mode
Security
Screen lock
Make pattern
visible*1
Automatically
lock*1
Power button
instantly locks*1
P.168
Set whether to show pattern
when entering pattern.
Set time from when the screen
backlight turns off to when the
screen automatically locks.
Set whether to enable screen
lock as soon as P is pressed.
Set up SIM card
lock*2
Make passwords
visible
Enter a user name to be
displayed on the lock screen.
Tap
of "Show owner info
on lock screen" or drag it right to
show owner information on the
lock screen.
Set to enable unlocking by a
registered device, place, face,
voice or On-body detection use
when Screen lock is set to
"Pattern"/"PIN"/"Password".
Encrypt the internal storage. If
you encrypt the phone, entering
a security code or password is
required each time you turn on
the power.
P.168
Set whether to show the input
character before " ● " appears on
the PIN/password entry screen.
Device
Set whether to enable device
administrators
administrating function.
Unknown sources Set whether to permit installing
before downloading unknown
sources application. Some
applications may be of unknown
origin.
To protect the terminal and
personal data, only download
applications from trusted
sources.
Storage type
Show type of credential storage.
Trusted credentials Display trusted CA credentials.
Settings 165
Install from device Install encrypted certificates.
memory/SD card
Clear credentials Clear all certificates or credential
information from the credential
storage.*3*4
Trust agents
Set whether to display trusted
agents or disable it.
Screen pinning
Set whether to enable screen
pinning. When it is set to On, a
pinned screen cannot be moved.
Apps with usage Set whether to enable
access
applications that read the usage
history.
*1 Displayed items vary depending on "Screen lock"
settings.
*2 Not displayed if a docomo nano UIM card is not
inserted.
*3 Save certificates and credential information in the
credential storage.
*4 VPN settings are also cleared.
❖Information
It takes time to encrypt the terminal. Start with the
battery fully charged. And, keep charging while
encrypting.
・ To decrypt the terminal, reset (P.172) to the default
status.
・
Security codes for the terminal
Some functions provided for convenient use
of the terminal require the security code to
use them. Besides the security code for
locking the terminal, the network security
code necessary for the network services etc.
are available. Make use of the terminal using
an appropriate security code according to
the purpose.
■
Notes on the security codes
Avoid using a number that is easy to
guess, such as "birth date", "part of your
phone number", "street address number
or room number", "1111", and "1234".
Make sure to make a note of the security
code you set lest you should forget it.
・ Be very careful not to let others know your
security code. If your security code is
known by anyone else, DOCOMO shall
have no liability for any loss due to any
unauthorized use of it.
・ If you forget your security codes, you must
bring your official identification (such as
driver's license), the terminal, and
docomo nano UIM card with you to the
nearest docomo Shop. For details, contact
the "General Inquiries" on the last page.
・
Settings 166
・
■
The PUK code is written on the
subscription form (copy for customer)
handed at the subscription in the
docomo Shop. If you subscribed other
than docomo Shop, you must bring your
official identification (such as driver's
license), the docomo nano UIM card with
you to the nearest docomo Shop or
contact the "General Inquiries" on the last
page.
Network security code
The network security code is a 4-digit
number necessary for identification or using
the docomo Network Services at reception
of your request in docomo Shop, or at
docomo Information Center or " お客様サ
ポート (Customer support)". It can be set
any number at the subscription and also
changed later by yourself.
・ For details on network security code, refer
to NTT DOCOMO website.
■
PIN code
You can set up a security code called a PIN
code for your docomo nano UIM card. The
code is set to "0000" at the time of
subscription; however, you can change the
code by yourself.
PIN code is a 4- to 8-digit security number
(code) that must be entered for user
confirmation to prevent unauthorized use
of docomo nano UIM card by a third party
every time you insert the docomo nano UIM
card into the terminal or when the terminal
is powered on. Entering the PIN code
enables making/receiving calls and
terminal operation.
・ If you use a newly purchased terminal
with docomo nano UIM card you have
been using, use the PIN code set on the
former terminal. If you did not change the
setting, the code is "0000".
・ If you enter a wrong PIN code 3 times
consecutively, the PIN code is locked and
cannot be used anymore. In this case,
unlock with "Personal Unblocking Key
(PUK code)" (P.168).
Settings 167
■
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK code)
The PUK code is an 8-digit number for
canceling the locked PIN code. The PUK
code cannot be changed by yourself.
・ If you failed to enter PUK code 10 times
consecutively, the docomo nano UIM
card is locked. Please contact a docomo
Shop.
Enabling SIM card lock
By entering PIN code when powered on, you
can protect from improper use.
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Security]u[Set up
SIM card lock]u[Lock SIM card].
Enter PIN codeu[OK].
Changing the PIN code
・
You can change only when you activate the
SIM card lock.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Security]u[Set up
SIM card lock]u[Change SIM PIN].
2
3
4
Enter the current PIN codeu[OK].
Enter a new PIN codeu[OK].
Enter the new PIN code
againu[OK].
Unlocking PIN lock
1
2
3
Enter the PUK codeu .
Enter a new PIN codeu .
Enter the new PIN code againu
Entering the PIN code when powered
on
Setting screen unlock method
1
2
On the PIN code entry screen,
enter the PIN code.
.
.
You can enhance security by requiring a
screen unlock pattern every time the
terminal is turned on or every time it is
activated from sleep mode.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Security]u
[Screen lock].
Settings 168
2
Tap a unlock method to set.
・
When you tap [PIN], follow the
onscreen instructions to enter 4 - 16
digit numbers. This "PIN" code is
different from one to be set on a
docomo nano UIM card (P.167).
Locking the screen
When P is pressed to turn on the sleep
mode or the screen backlight automatically
goes off after screen unlock method (P.168) is
set, the screen is locked.
■
1
■
1
To unlock the screen
When the screen is locked, press
P to turn the backlight onuEnter
the unlock method.
To turn off the screen lock
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Security]u[Scree
n lock]uEnter the current unlock
pattern/PIN/passwordu[None].
❖Information
・
If you forget unlocking pattern/PIN/Password,
contact a docomo Shop.
Accounts
Manage (add or delete) online service
accounts or synchronize contacts, calendar,
etc. saved in online services with the
terminal.
・ Auto-sync data (P.170)
Setting up a Google account
You can set a Google account on your
terminal and use Google services such as
Gmail, Google Play, etc.
You can set multiple Google accounts on the
terminal.
1
2
From the Home screen, u
[Settings]u[Accounts]u
[Add account]u[Google].
Follow the onscreen instructions
to set up a Google account.
❖Information
If you mark the item for backing up data to your
Google account on the "Google services" screen
when registering, the account is registered as a
backup account.
・ You can use the terminal without setting your
Google account, however the Google services such
as Gmail, Google Play, etc. are not available.
・ Tap set Google account and synchronize each data
manually.
・
Settings 169
Setting other account
1
From the Home screen, u
[Settings]u[Accounts]u[Add
account].
2
Tap an account type.
・
Configuring sync settings for your
accounts
■
Synchronize information of online service
with the terminal. You can display and edit
information on the terminal or a PC.
・ Setting Auto-sync data, communication
occurs to synchronize and a packet
communication charge may be applied.
After this step, follow the onscreen
instructions.
❖Information
・
Use docomo account when you use "docomo
backup" app (P.144) provided by NTT DOCOMO.
docomo account is set by default.
Removing account
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Accounts]uSelect
an account typeuSelect an
account you want to delete.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Accounts].
2 u[Auto-sync data]u[OK].
■ To sync manually
1
When the auto-sync function is off, you can
sync your registered account(s) manually.
1
u[Remove account]u
[REMOVE ACCOUNT].
❖Information
・
docomo account cannot be deleted.
To sync automatically
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Accounts]uSelect
the type of accountuSelect the
account you want to changeu
Mark the items you want to sync.
❖Information
・
Depending on the type of your account, you can
select items to sync.
Settings 170
Language & input
Language
Current Keyboard
Xperia™ Chinese
keyboard
Xperia™ keyboard
Google voice typing
Moji-Henshu
Xperia™ Japanese
keyboard
Spell checker*
Personal dictionary
Voice input
Text-to-speech output
Pointer speed
Change phone language.
Select a keyboard.
P.67
Setting voice input
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Language &
input]u[Voice input].
for "Enhanced Google services"
or "Basic Google recognition".
Languages
Set whether to run the
spell checker.
Register words to the
personal dictionary.
P.171
P.172
Set pointer speed when a
mouse or trackpad is
used.
"Ok Google"
Detection
Speech
output
Block
offensive
words
Bluetooth
headset
Select language used for Google
voice search.
Set to enable voice search by saying
"OK Google".
Set voice output.
Set whether to display recognized
offensive voice results.
Set whether to record voice sound
with Bluetooth headset.
* If the phone language is set to "English (United
States)", "Hands-free" appears in the list.
* Downloading Android keyboard is required.
❖Information
・
If you choose the wrong language and cannot read
the menu texts, see the FAQ of the following website.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/so-02h/faq.html (in
Japanese only)
Settings 171
Setting Text-to-speech output
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Language &
input]u[Text-to-speech output].
Google Textto-speech
Engine
Speech rate
Listen to an
example
Default
language
status
Set language for text-to speech and
audio synthesis engine to read out
text.
Set speed at reading out text.
Playback sample of audio synthesis.
Display languages supporting textto-speech.
Resetting the terminal
Resetting the terminal deletes all data,
including downloaded applications and
accounts, and resets the terminal back to the
initial (default) state.
・ Make sure to back up important data you
have on the terminal before you reset the
terminal.
・ Reset the data while charging the battery, or
only after making sure that the battery is
sufficiently charged.
・ Initial settings (P.37).
1
From the Home screen, u
[Settings]u[Backup & reset]u
[Factory data reset]u[RESET
PHONE].
2
[ERASE EVERYTHING].
Backup & reset
Back up my
data
Backup
account
Automatic
restore
Factory data
reset
Set whether to back up settings for
applications, data, etc. to Google
server.
Set an account for backup to Google
server.
Set to restore backup settings or data
when re-installing application.
P.172
❖Information
・
Mark "Erase internal storage" in Step 1 to delete all
contents (music, photos, etc.) on the internal storage.
Contents in pre-installed applications such as
“Album”, “Videos”, etc. are deleted. However, some
contents can be downloaded again.
To download, from the Home screen, u[Xperia™
Lounge]u[Menu]u[ サポート (Support)]u[ スマート
フォン/タブレット関連 (For smartphone/tablet)]u
[ドコモ (DOCOMO)](in Japanese only) and then select
the terminal on the screen.
Settings 172
Accessibility
System
Date & time
Accessibility
Printing
About phone
P.173
P.173
P.174
P.174
Date & time
・
To set date/time or time zone manually, turn
off "Automatic date & time" or "Automatic
time zone" in advance.
Adjust date and time
automatically by using
network-provided information.
Automatic time zone Adjust time zone
automatically by using
network-provided information.
Set date
Set date manually.
Set time
Set time manually.
Select time zone
Set time zone manually.
Use 24-hour format Set whether to use 24-hours
format.
Select date format Select date format.
Automatic date &
time
❖Information
・
Correction of the time differences may not be
performed correctly depending on the overseas
network operator. In that case, set time zone
manually.
Set whether to display captions
or set language, font size, etc.
for captions.
Magnification
Set whether to enable zooming
gestures
in/out by tapping the screen 3
times.
Large text
Set whether to use large text.
High contrast text*1 Set whether to show font with
high contrast color against the
background color.
Power button ends Set whether to end calls by
call*2
pressing P.
Auto-rotate screen P.39
Speak passwords Set whether to read out
passwords.
Play sound when
Set whether to have your
battery is full
terminal notify you with a
sound when the battery has
been fully charged.
Accessibility
Set whether to enable
shortcut*3
activation of accessibility
function using shortcuts.
Text-to-speech
P.172
output
Touch & hold delay Set response time for operation
of touching and holding the
screen.
Color inversion*1
Set whether to invert color of
screen.
Captions
Settings 173
Color correction*1
Color is corrected when
distinguishing red from green is
difficult.
*1 It may not work correctly.
*2 When the terminal goes into sleep mode during a
call with "Power button ends call" ON, press Volume
key to return from the sleep mode.
*3 To activate accessibility function, press and hold P
until the sound is emitted or the terminal
vibratesuKeep touching with two fingers until a
confirmation sound is emitted.
About phone
Software Update
Status
Legal information
Usage info settings
Printing
Cloud Print
Epson Print Enabler
Canon Print Service
Use Google Cloud Print to
set for printing with a
printer at home or office
from the terminal.
・ Set a Google account in
advance (P.169).
Set to enable printing from
the terminal using Epson
printers.
Set to enable printing from
the terminal using Canon
printers.
Model number
Processor info
Android version
Baseband version
Kernel version
Build number
P.206
Check own phone
number, battery status,
remaining battery, battery
performance, etc.
Check open source license
or Google terms of use,
etc.
Set whether to send usage
information for the
terminal.
Check versions and
numbers.
Settings 174
File management
Storage structure
Phone (internal storage)
Folders in the internal storage by default are
as follows.
・ Displayed folders may differ depending on
the terminal operations.
Stores alarm sounds etc.
Stores setting data for system or each
application, temporary files, etc.
DCIM
Stores still pictures/videos shot by
Camera.
DeviceConfig Used by SONY configuration tool.
Download
Stores downloaded data through
Browser.
Movies
Stores videos (except shots by
Camera).
Music
Stores music data.
Notifications Stores notification sounds etc.
Pictures
Stores still pictures (except shots by
Camera).
Podcasts
Stores Podcast files etc.
recovery
Stores update package for software
update.
Ringtones
Stores ringtones etc.
Alarms
Android
microSD card (external storage)
You can save data in the terminal to microSD
card or import data from the microSD card to
the terminal. You can use microSD card for
any other compatible devices.
・ The terminal supports microSD card of up to
2GB, and microSDHC card of up to 32GB,
microSDXC card of up to 128GB (As of May,
2015).
・ For compatible microSD cards, contact
manufacturers of microSD cards.
・ A microSDXC card can be used only on a
compatible device. Inserting a microSDXC
card into a non-microSDXC-compatible
device may damage or destroy data saved on
the microSDXC card. Do not insert one.
・ If you want to reuse a microSDXC card on
which data is destroyed, format microSDXC
card (all data will be erased) on an SDXCcompatible device.
・ When copying data to/from a non-SDXCcompatible device, use a card (microSDHC
card or microSD card) complying with
standards of device to share data.
・ The terminal supports microSD cards of up to
Class 10 and UHS speed class 1. Note that the
speed class indicates performance of
microSD cards and all the functions may not
be performed at the speed class rate.
File management 175
Inserting microSD card
・
Opening/closing docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover (P.23).
1
Open the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, then hook
your fingertip on the projection
part of the tray ( ) to pull the tray
straight out and remove it from
the terminal.
3
2
Close the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, firmly
press parts and make sure that
there are no gaps between the
terminal and cover.
Set microSD card into the tray with
the contacts side facing up ( ),
then insert the tray with the card
and press it all the way into the
terminal.
・
Be careful about the direction to insert
of the tray.
File management 176
Removing microSD card
Make sure to unmount microSD card (make
reading/writing unavailable) before
removing.
・ Opening/closing docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover (P.23).
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Storage]u
[Unmount SD card]u[OK].
・
When microSD card is unmounted,
appears in the status bar and notify that
microSD card is not available for
reading or writing.
2
Open the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, then hook
your fingertip on the projection
part of the tray to pull the tray
straight out and remove it from
the terminal.
3
Remove the microSD card from the
tray ( ), then insert the tray into
the terminal and press it straight
all the way.
・
4
Close the docomo nano UIM card/
microSD card slot cover, firmly
press the cover, and make sure
that there are no gaps between the
terminal and cover (P.176).
Be careful about the direction to insert
of the tray.
File management 177
Moving/Copying folder or file
File operation
Use "File Commander" application to operate
various data saved in the internal storage or
the microSD card.
1
From the Home screen,
Commander].
u[File
The home screen for File Commander is
displayed. Flick right from the left edge
of the screen to display the option
menu.
・ When a microSD card is inserted, "SD
Card" appears on the home screen and
the option menu.
・
2
3
Select an itemuTap a folder as
required.
Tap a file.
Data can be displayed with the
compatible application.
・ Tap [Folder] to add folder, or touch and
hold a folder/fileu[Delete] to delete it.
Folders or files can be copied/moved
between the internal storage and the
microSD card.
u[File
1
From the Home screen,
Commander].
2
Select an itemuTap a folder as
required.
3
Touch and hold a folder or file to
move/copy.
4
5
[Cut]/[Copy].
Anywhere, tap [Paste].
Searching for data
u[File
1
From the Home screen,
Commander].
2
Flick right from the left edge of the
screenu[Global search]uEnter a
name of folder or file.
From search results appeared
according to the entry, tap data
you want to check.
・
3
File management 178
・
Data communication
Bluetooth function
Bluetooth function is a technology which
enables to connect with Bluetooth device
such as PC, handsfree headset wirelessly.
・ The terminal does not communicate
wirelessly with all types of Bluetooth devices.
・ Supported Bluetooth profiles (P.212)
❖Information
If you turn off the terminal with Bluetooth turned on,
Bluetooth function turns off. When you turn on the
terminal again, Bluetooth function turns on
automatically.
・ When you do not use Bluetooth function, turn it off
to save the battery.
Making the terminal detectable
1
2
・
■
Reception interference caused by
wireless LAN devices
The terminal's Bluetooth function and
wireless LAN devices use the same
frequency band (2.4GHz). If you use the
terminal near a wireless LAN device,
reception interference may occur or the
communications speed may lower. Also,
you may hear noise or have a connection
problem. In these cases, do the following:
・ Keep the Bluetooth device approximately
10 meters or more away from a wireless
LAN device.
Within approximately 10 meters, turn off
either the Bluetooth device or the wireless
LAN device.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings].
[Bluetooth]uTap
, or drag it
right.
・
appears on the status bar.
Using optional menu
1
From the Home screen, u
[Settings]u[Bluetooth]u .
Search
Rename this
device
Show received
files
Search available devices again.
Rename the terminal which appears
on other Bluetooth devices.
Display transfer history with other
Bluetooth devices.
Data communication 179
Making pair setting for the
terminal and Bluetooth device
To connect the terminal and Bluetooth
device, pair them first.
・ Once paired, the setting with the Bluetooth
device is saved.
・ For make pair setting, entering passcode (PIN)
may be required. Passcode (PIN) of the
terminal is "0000". If you cannot make pair
setting when you enter "0000", see the
documentation of your Bluetooth device.
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Bluetooth].
Tap
Bluetooth device name to
2 pairutheCheck
a passkey on the
"Bluetooth pairing request"
screenu[PAIR].
■ When pairing request is sent from a
Bluetooth device
1
Check a passkey on the "Bluetooth pairing
request" screen, then tap [PAIR].
❖Information
Make sure that the Bluetooth function and Bluetooth
detection function of the target device are on.
・ To unpair, tap
for the Bluetooth device to be
unpairedu[FORGET].
・
Connecting the terminal with
Bluetooth device
1
2
From the Home screen, u
[Settings]u[Bluetooth].
Tap the name of Bluetooth device
you want to connect.
❖Information
Tap
for the name of connected Bluetooth device
to check the status of the Bluetooth device or
change the settings.
・ Up to 7 devices can be connected at the same time.
Depending on profile, operation may not be correct
or number of devices that can be connected at the
same time may be different.
・
Disconnecting a Bluetooth device
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[Bluetooth].
Tap the connected Bluetooth
device name.
[OK].
・
To reconnect, tap the Bluetooth device
name.
Data communication 180
Sending/Receiving data via
Bluetooth function
Turn on Bluetooth function in advance, then
pair with Bluetooth devices.
NFC communication
You can send/receive data to/from a device
with NFC such as a mobile phone.
Sending data via Bluetooth function
1
[Bluetooth] from the sharing menu
of each application.
2
Tap the other party's Bluetooth
device.
Receiving data
1
Send data from a Bluetooth
device.
・
2
appears on the status bar.
Drag the status bar downwardsu
[Bluetooth: Incoming file]u
[ACCEPT].
To send/receive data, enable NFC Reader/
Writer, P2P function in advance (P.182).
・ Place 2 mobile phones in parallel position and
point marks to each other. Do not move
them until sending/receiving is complete.
・ Operations to send/receive and available data
to send/receive depend on the compatible
applications. Follow the onscreen
instructions.
・
Data communication 181
If the License agreement screen appears
when sending/receiving data, read the
content and follow the onscreen instructions.
・ When pointing
marks to each other,
sending/receiving may fail. In such case,
operate again to send/receive.
・ The terminal does not communicate with all
NFC devices.
・ For notes when holding over the other
device, (P.106).
・
Sending/Receiving data by
one-touch function
If you use the Android Beam with an Android
device with NFC, simple operations allow you
to send or receive images, music, photos or
videos taken with the terminal.
・ Turn on Reader/Writer, P2P function in
advance (P.182).
Sending data
Enabling NFC Reader/Writer,
P2P function
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More].
[NFC / Osaifu-Keitai settings]uTap
of "Reader/Writer, P2P", or
drag it rightu[OK].
1
2
Display data to send on the screen.
Face the marks on the terminal
and the receiver’s terminal each
other.
・
3
"Touch to beam" appears.
Tap the screen that has become
small.
"Reader/Writer, P2P" and "Android
Beam" are turned on.
・
appears on the status bar.
・
❖Information
・
While "NFC / Osaifu-Keitai lock" is set, the NFC
Reader/Writer, P2P function cannot be turned on.
Data communication 182
Receiving data
1
Perform data sending operation
on a sender's terminal.
2
Face the marks on the terminal
and the receiver’s terminal each
other.
・
When you receive data, appears on
the status bar. Drag the status bar
downwardsuTap [Beam complete] to
launch the application associated with
the received data. Follow the onscreen
instructions.
Selecting NFC Type
1
2
3
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More].
[NFC/Osaifu-Keitai settings]u[NFC
Type].
Tap any of [FeliCa / Type A / Type B
(standard)]/[FeliCa / Type A]/
[FeliCa / Type B].
Data communication 183
External device connection
Connecting to PC
1
When you connect microUSB cable for
the first time, the driver software for the
terminal is installed to a PC. Wait for a
while until installation is completed.
・ When "Install software" screen appears
on the terminal, tap [SKIP] or [CANCEL].
・
Connect a PC to exchange data between the
internal storage or the microSD card and a
PC.
❖Information
Appeared screen may vary depending on the
operating system (OS) of a PC.
・ You may not be able to operate copyrighted data of
images, music, etc.
・
Connecting a PC using a
microUSB cable
The following operating systems (OS) are
supported.
- Microsoft Windows 8/8.1
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Microsoft Windows Vista
・ To operate on Mac, downloading "Bridge for
Mac" is required.
For details on compatible models or
recommended system, see the following
website.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/support/
software/bridge-for-mac/ (in Japanese only)
・ Charging starts when the terminal is
connected to a PC.
・
Connect the terminal to a PC using
a microUSB cable (P.35).
❖Information
・
When the terminal is connected to a PC, the terminal
is displayed on the PC screen as a portable device
and you can access the internal storage and a
microSD card in the terminal.
Disconnecting the microUSB cable
safely
・
Do not disconnect the microUSB cable during
data transferring. Data may be damaged.
1
Confirm that it is not transferring
data, disconnect the microUSB
cable.
External device connection 184
Connecting DLNA device
Using Wi-Fi function, you can share media
files with other client (DLNA : Digital Living
Network Alliance) devices.
・ Set up a connection (P.148) in advance using
the same Wi-Fi network as for the other DLNA
devices.
4
・
・
5
Setting Media server
1
From the Home screen, u
[Settings]u[Xperia™
Connectivity]u[Media server
settings].
2
Tap
of "Share media", or drag
it right.
appears on the status bar.
Tap [Change server name] to rename
the terminal (media server) displayed
on a DLNA device.
・ To upload media files from DLNA
device to the terminal, tap
of
"Upload to Xperia™" or drag it right.
・
・
3
On the Media server settings
screen of the terminal, tap the
pending DLNA deviceuSet the
access level.
The DLNA device is registered.
If you tapped [Allow this time], read the
message that appearsuTap [OK].
Select a media file on your
terminal using the DLNA device to
play it back.
Playing media files in the DLNA
device with the terminal
Play media files in the DLNA device on the
terminal.
1
From the Home screen, [Music]/
[Album]/[Video].
2
Flick right from the left edge of the
screenu[Devices]uSelect a device.
3
Select a folderuSelect a media file.
Connect the DLNA device to the
terminal using an application on
the DLNA device.
・
Access request for media server is
notified to the terminal.
External device connection 185
Playing a media file in the
terminal with a DLNA device
You can play a media file in the terminal with
a DLNA device using Throw function.
1
From the Home screen, [Music]/
[Album]/[Video].
2
Tap a file you want to playu u
[Throw].
Tap a device on the device list.
3
External device connection 186
International roaming
Overview of International
roaming (WORLD WING)
With the international roaming (WORLD
WING), you can use the terminal without
changing phone number or mail address in
the service area of the overseas network
operator affiliated with DOCOMO. You do not
need to change the settings of call and SMS.
■
Supporting networks
The terminal is Class 5. The terminal works in
LTE network, 3G network and GSM/GPRS
network service area. Services are also
available in countries and areas supporting
3G 850MHz/GSM 850MHz. Check available
areas.
■
Before using the terminal overseas,
refer to the following.
・
Available overseas service
Main
communication
services
Phone
Message (SMS)
Mail*1
Browser*1
3G
3G 850
GSM
(GPRS)
LTE
○
○
○
×*2
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
*1 To use data communication during roaming, setting
"Data roaming" to ON in Mobile networks is
required (P.189).
*2 Calling is available via 3G.
❖Information
Some services are not available depending on the
overseas network operator or network.
・ You can confirm the name of the connected network
operator on the Quick setting panel (P.45).
・
NTT DOCOMO website
❖Information
・
For Country codes, International call access codes,
Universal number international prefix, supported
countries/areas and network operators, refer to
DOCOMO International Services Website.
International roaming 187
Before using overseas
Before leaving Japan
To use the terminal overseas, check the
following in Japan.
■
Subscription
・
■
Charging
・
■
Check if you subscribe WORLD WING. For
details, contact "General Inquiries" on the
last page.
For charging, refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
Usage charge
Overseas usage charges (call and packet
communication) differ from those in
Japan. For details, refer to NTT DOCOMO
website.
・ Some applications perform
communication automatically. Packet
communication charge may be higher.
For operations for each application, ask
the application provider.
・
Advance preparation
Network service settings
If you subscribe to network services, you can
use network services such as Voice Mail
Service, Call Forwarding Service, Caller ID
Display Request Service, etc., even overseas.
However, some network services cannot be
used.
・ To use network services overseas, you need to
set "Remote operation settings" to activate
(P.84). You can set Remote operation settings
in the country you stay (P.193).
・ Even if the setting/canceling operation is
available, some network services cannot be
used depending on overseas network
operators.
After arriving overseas
When you arrive overseas and turn on the
terminal, an available network is
automatically set.
Connectivity
When you have set "Search mode" of "Service
providers" in "Mobile networks" to
"Automatic", optimized network is
automatically selected (P.189).
International roaming 188
Settings for overseas use
Setting data roaming
To perform packet communication overseas,
setting "Data roaming" to ON in Mobile
networks is required.
1
2
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile
networks].
Tap
of “Data roaming”, or drag
it rightuRead the notes and tap
[OK].
Setting a network operator
By default, the terminal automatically
searches available network and connect to it.
To switch network manually, set as follows.
1
From the Settings screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile
networks]u[Service providers].
・
If the note appears, tap [OK].
2
[Search mode]u[Manual].
3
From "AVAILABLE NETWORKS",
mark a network to use.
・
To display available networks, tap
[Search networks].
❖Information
If you cannot search networks, disable mobile data
communication (P.151) and then search again.
・ If you set a network manually, the terminal is not
reconnected to another network automatically even
if you move out of the network area.
・ To return to "Automatic", tap [Automatic] in Step 2.
・
Setting the preferred network type
1
From the Settings screen,
u[Settings]u[More]u[Mobile
networks]u[Preferred network
type].
2
Tap any of [LTE (preferred)/3G/
GSM]/[LTE/3G]/[3G/GSM]/[3G
only]/[GSM only].
・
If you select "LTE (preferred)/3G/GSM"
to switch available network
automatically.
Date & time settings
When "Automatic date & time", "Automatic
time zone" in "Date & time" are ON, the date,
time and time differences of the terminal
clock are corrected by receiving the
information related to time and time
differences from the network of overseas
network operator you connect to.
International roaming 189
Correction of the time/time differences may
not be performed correctly depending on the
network of overseas network operator. In that
case, set time zone manually.
・ Timing of correction varies by the overseas
network operator.
・ Setting Date & time (P.173)
・
About inquiries
For loss or theft of the terminal or docomo
nano UIM card, immediately contact
DOCOMO from the spot to take the necessary
steps for suspending the use. For inquiries,
refer to the last page. Note that you are still
liable for the call and communication charge
incurred after the loss or theft occurred.
・ For using from land-line phone, entering
"International call access code" or "Universal
number international prefix" for the country is
needed.
・
Making/Receiving a call in
the country you stay
When you arrive overseas and turn on the
terminal, an available network is
automatically set.
・ Check that the battery and signal levels are
high enough.
・ Depending on the network operator, even if
the Caller ID notification is active, the caller ID
may not be notified or appear properly.
In this case, calls cannot be made from the call
log.
Making a call to outside
country you stay (including
Japan)
You can make a call from overseas using the
international roaming service.
・ You can easily make international calls from
the country you stay to Japan or to other
countries by entering prefix "+" and then the
country code and phone number.
1
From the Home screen,
tab.
u"Dial"
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2
Dial + (touch and hold [0])uEnter
Country code, Area code (City
code), a phone number in the
order.
If the area code begins with "0", omit "0".
However, "0" may be required to dial to
some country or area such as Italy.
・ To call an overseas "WORLD WING" user,
enter "81" (Japan) for the country code.
・
3
4
.
・
When "Auto conversion" in
International dial assist is marked
(P.193), the international dial assist
screen appears when sending. To make
a call to Japan, tap [Call].
When the call is finished,
.
Making a call within the
country you stay
From the Home screen,
tab.
3
4
Enter a phone number.
・
To make a call to land-line phone, enter
the area code (city code) + other party's
phone number.
・
When "International dial assist" screen is
displayed, tap [Call original].
.
When the call is finished,
.
Making a call to WORLD WING
user overseas
When the other party uses international
roaming service, make a call as an
international call to Japan even when you
stay in the same country as the other party.
Receiving a call in the country
you stay
You can make a call by entering the phone
number of the other party's land-line phone
or mobile phone in the same way you do in
Japan.
1
2
u"Dial"
You can receive a call using the international
roaming service.
1
While receiving a call, drag
to (right).
2
When the call is finished,
(left)
.
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❖Information
・
When you received a call during the international
roaming, regardless of which country the call is from,
it is forwarded internationally from Japan. A caller is
charged for a call fee to Japan, and the receiver is
charged for a reception fee.
Making a call from the other party
■
Having someone make a call from
Japan to the country you stay.
To have the other party make a call from a
land-line phone or mobile phone in Japan
to the terminal in the country you stay, the
other party only needs to dial the phone
number as in Japan.
■
Having someone make a call from
other than Japan to the country you
stay
You have to receive a call through Japan no
matter where you are; therefore, the other
party needs to enter the international call
access code and "81" (Country code of
Japan).
International access code - 81 - 90 (or 80,
70) - XXXX - XXXX
International roaming
settings
Make settings for using international
roaming or international calls.
・ For some overseas network operators,
settings may not be made.
1
2
From the Home screen, u
[Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
Restricting
incoming calls
Incoming
notification on
roaming
Roaming
guidance
International
dial assist
Network
service
.
Set whether to restrict incoming calls
during international roaming.
Set whether to notify with SMS if you
cannot receive calls because of out of
service etc. during international
roaming.
Set whether to notify the caller of
international roaming.
P.193
P.193
International roaming 192
Setting International dialing
assist
1
2
From the Home screen, u
[Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
3
[International dial assist].
.
Auto
International prefix or country code is
conversion
automatically added.
Country code [OK]uSelect a country code which
will be used for auto conversion.
International [OK]uSelect an international prefix
prefix
which will be used for auto
conversion.
Setting Network service
(overseas)
Set network service such as voice mail from
overseas.
・ You need to set "Remote operation settings"
to activate in advance (P.84).
・ If you make the settings overseas, you are
charged a call fee to Japan from the country
you stay.
・ For some overseas network operators,
settings may not be made.
1
From the Home screen,
u
2
[Call settings]u[Roaming
settings].
3
[Network service]uSelect a target
service.
Remote
operation
(charged)
Caller ID
request
(charged)
Incoming call
notific.
(charged)
Roaming
guidance
(charged)
Voicemail
(charged)
Call
forwarding
(charged)
4
Set whether to start Remote
operation.
Set whether to start Caller ID display
request service.
Set whether to start Incoming
notification on roaming.
Set whether to start Roaming
guidance.
Set whether to start Voice mail
service.
Select a target operation.
Set whether to start Call forwarding.
Select a target operation.
[OK]uOperate according to the
guidance.
.
International roaming 193
After returning to Japan
When you return to Japan, the terminal is
connected to DOCOMO network
automatically. If connection is failed, perform
the following operations.
・ Set "Preferred network type" to "LTE
(preferred)/3G/GSM" (P.189).
・ Set "Search mode" to "Automatic" in "Service
providers" (P.189).
International roaming 194
Appendix/Index
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
First, check if the software update is necessary
for the terminal. If necessary, perform the
software update (P.206, P.210).
・ When checking the following items not to
improve the state, contact the phone number
given in "Repairs" the last page of this manual
(in Japanese only) or DOCOMO-specified
repair office.
・
■
Power supply
Cannot power on the terminal.
・ Check if the battery is not run out. → P.31
Screen is frozen, the power cannot be
turned off.
・ When the screen freezes or the power
cannot be turned off, open the docomo
nano UIM card/microSD card slot
coveruPress and hold yellow OFF button
for approximately 3 seconds and release it
when the terminal vibrates 3 times to
force stop. Alternatively, press P and
volume up key simultaneously for
approximately 3 seconds and release
them when the terminal vibrates 3 times
to force stop.
■
Charging
Cannot charge (The notification LED does
not turn on, or the icon does not indicate
charging status.)
・ Check if the adapter's power plug or
cigarette lighter plug is correctly inserted
to an outlet or cigarette lighter socket.
・ Check if the adapter cable and the
terminal are set correctly. → P.34
・ When using the AC adapter (optional),
check if the microUSB plug of the AC
adapter is connected to the terminal
correctly. → P.34
・ When using Micro USB Cable 01
(optional), check if the PC is turned on.
・ If you execute calls, communications or
other function operations for a long time
while charging, the terminal may become
hot and the notification LED turns off
(charging stops) or battery level may
become low. In this case, wait until the
temperature of the terminal drops and
charge again.
The notification LED blinks in red and the
terminal cannot be operated.
・ When the battery level is low, charge the
battery. → P.31
* Note that some data and settings may be
erased due to force-quit operation.
Appendix/Index 195
■
Terminal operation
Become hot while operating/charging.
・ While calling, depending on the radio
wave condition or call duration time, the
terminal may become hot around the
earpiece/speaker. This condition is not
abnormal.
・ While operating or charging, or if you
watch TV, record video, etc. for a long time
while charging the battery, the terminal,
internal battery or adapter may become
hot. There is no problem about operation
and continue to use it.
The operation time provided by the
battery is short.
・ Is the terminal left for a long time under
the state of out of service area?
Out of service area, a lot of power is
consumed to search available radio
waves.
・ The operating time of the battery varies
depending on the operating
environment and the degradation level of
the internal battery. → P.31
・ The internal battery is a consumable part.
Each time it is charged, time available with
each charging reduces.
If the operation time becomes too short
with fully charged state, contact "Repairs"
on the last page (in Japanese only) or a
DOCOMO-specified repair office.
Operations are not possible when tapping
or pressing keys.
・ Check if the power is turned off. → P.36
・ Check if you activate the screen lock. →
P.168
・ When you touch the screen at a right
angle by gloved finger with "Glove mode"
ON, operation may not be performed
well. Use a ball of finger to touch the
screen for operation. → P.158
The screen reacts slowly when you tap or
press keys.
・ When large amount of data is saved in the
terminal or transferring large-size data
between the terminal and microSD card,
the reactions on the screen may be
delayed.
The docomo nano UIM card is not
recognized.
・ Check if the docomo nano UIM card is
attached in the right direction.→ P.29
The clock is not on time.
・ The clock time may become wrong when
the power is turned on for a long time.
Check if "Automatic date & time" and
"Automatic time zone" are ON and turn
the power off and on in a place with
strong radio wave conditions.→ P.173
Appendix/Index 196
The terminal operation is unstable.
・ Instability may be caused by applications
that you installed after purchasing the
terminal. If the symptom is improved
when you boot the terminal in safe mode
(near default state), uninstalling the
installed application may improve the
symptom.
To boot the terminal in safe mode, press
and hold P for over a second with the
terminal OFF until XPERIA logo appears,
and then touch and hold the volume
down key. When safe mode is booted,
"Safe mode" is displayed at the lower left
of the screen.
To exit the safe mode, turn power OFF
and then ON.
Alternatively, with the power on, press
and hold P for over a seconduTouch
and hold [Power off]uTap [OK] to restart
the terminal in Safe mode.
* Back up the necessary data before using
safe mode.
* Some widgets that you created may be
removed.
* Safe mode is not a normal booting state.
To use ordinarily, exit the safe mode.
Applications cannot be operated properly
(applications cannot be activated, or
errors occur frequently).
・ Are there any applications being
disabled? Enable disabled applications,
then retry. → P.163
■
Phone call
Cannot make a call even if you tap .
・ Check if you activate Airplane mode. →
P.153
The ringtone does not sound.
・ Is "Ring volume" set to silent? → P.160
・ Check if the following functions are
activated.
- Silent mode → P.40
- Airplane mode → P.153
・ Is the ring time for Voice mail service or
Call forwarding service "0 sec"? → P.84
・ Check if Pick up after in Answering
Machine is set to 0 second. → P.83
・ Check if you set call rejection. → P.84, P.85
Appendix/Index 197
Cannot call (Even when moving, does
not disappear, or although radio waves
are enough, making/receiving calls is
unavailable.)
・ Turn the power OFF and ON, or remove
and attach docomo nano UIM card. →
P.29, P.36
・ Due to the nature of radio waves, making/
receiving calls may be unavailable even
when "not out of service area" or "
appears on the display for the radio wave
condition". Move to the other place and
call again.
・ Check if you set call rejection. → P.84, P.85
・ Due to the crossing of radio waves, at the
crowded public places, calls/mails are
crossed and the connection status may
not be good. Move to other place or call
again at other time.
An application activates when dialing
・ If you dial to a phone number subject to
モバイルセレクト (Mobile select), モバイル
セレクト (Mobile select) application
activates. Follow the onscreen
instructions.
■
Display
The display is dim.
・ Check if Sleep is set in short time period. →
P.158
・ Check if the brightness of screen is
changed. → P.158
・ When "Adaptive brightness" is ON, screen
brightness is changed according to the
ambient brightness. → P.158
・ Check if Low battery mode in Power
management is ON. → P.162
・ Check if you cover the Proximity sensor
with a sticker etc. → P.27
・ When the temperature of the terminal
becomes high while using, the display
may become darker. It is not abnormal.
■
Sound
During a voice call, the distant party's
voice is hard to listen to or too loud.
・ Check if the listening volume is changed.
→ P.81
・ Set the equalizer to adjust sound quality
during a call. → P.85
・ Enable Slow talk to make the caller's voice
clear to understand. → P.85
■
Mail
Mail is not received automatically.
・ Check if you set "Check frequency" in
Email account settings to "Manual". → P.96
Appendix/Index 198
■
Camera
Still pictures and video taken with the
camera are blurred.
・ Check if clouds, dirt or film attach to the
lens of camera.
・ Use "Superior auto" for the capturing
mode. → P.123
・ When the capturing mode is set to
"Manual", you can focus on using Focus
mode. → P.128
・ Set Image stabilizer/SteadyShot™ and
shoot. → P.129
・ To shoot a portrait image, use "Face
recognition". → P.133
Photo or video shot with flash is whitish.
・ If there is your finger or cover around the
camera lens, flash light may reflect and
affect photo or video shooting.
■
TV
Unable to watching Full seg/1Seg.
・ Are you out of terrestrial digital TV
broadcasting service area or in a place
where airwave is weak?
・ Check if channels in the current location
are saved. → P.117
■
Osaifu-Keitai
Osaifu-Keitai function is unavailable.
・ When activating Omakase Lock, OsaifuKeitai functions are unavailable regardless
of the NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock settings.
・ Check if NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock setting is
set. → P.106
・ Check if you place
mark of the terminal
over an IC card reader?→ P.106
■
International roaming
Cannot use the terminal overseas (when
is displayed)
・ Do you subscribe WORLD WING?
Check if you subscribe WORLD WING.
Cannot use the terminal overseas (when
is displayed)
・ Check if you are out of the international
roaming service area or in an area with
poor signal strength. Check if the service
area and network operator are available or
not, refer to DOCOMO International
Services Website.
・ Change the network settings or overseas
network operator settings.
- Set "Preferred network type" to "LTE
(preferred)/3G/GSM". → P.189
- Set "Search mode" to "Automatic" in
"Service providers". → P.189
・ Turning the power off and on may solve
the problem. → P.36
Appendix/Index 199
Cannot perform data communication
overseas.
・ Turn on "Data roaming". → P.189
The terminal suddenly became
unavailable while using overseas.
・ Check if usage amount exceeds the limit
of maximum charges for use.
For use of "International roaming (WORLD
WING)", the limit of maximum charges for
use is set in advance. If exceeding the limit
of maximum charges for use, pay the
charges.
Cannot receive calls overseas.
・ Is "Restricting incoming calls" set to
"Activate restriction"? → P.192
No caller ID is notified/a notified caller ID
is different from that of the caller/
functions for using contents saved in
phonebook or those using Caller ID
notification do not operate.
・ Even if a caller notifies its caller ID, it is not
displayed on the terminal unless the
network or network operator notifies it.
And a different caller ID may be notified
depending on the network or network
operator you use.
■
Data management
Data transfer is not performed.
・ Check if USB hub is used. If you use USB
hub, operations may not be performed
correctly.
Data saved in microSD card is not
displayed.
・ Remove and attach the microSD card. →
P.176
When trying to display an image, "u"
appears instead of it.
Or "u" appears for the demo play or the
preview function.
・ "u" may appear instead of destroyed
image data.
■
Bluetooth function
The terminal cannot be connected to a
Bluetooth communication device/A
Bluetooth communication device cannot
be found from the terminal.
・ Make Bluetooth communication device
(commercial item) registering stand-by
state and then register the device on the
terminal. If you delete already registered
device and register the device again as a
new device, delete the registrations on
both Bluetooth communication device
(commercial item) and the terminal and
then perform registration of the devices.
→ P.180
Appendix/Index 200
Calls cannot be made from the terminal
connecting to external device such as car
navigation or handsfree device.
・ If calls are made several times when the
other party does not answer or is out of
service, the call to this number may be
disabled. In this case, turn terminal off and
on.
■
External device connection
An external device connected using
microUSB cable or MHL cable is not
recognized.
・ Remove the external device and then
connect it again, then [Detect USB
device]u[OK]. → P.153
However, some devices may not be
detected.
■
Map/GPS
Cannot set AUTO-GPS service
information.
・ Check if the battery level is low and AUTOGPS function stops.
If AUTO-GPS stops due to "Low-power
operation settings", AUTO-GPS service
information cannot be set. In this case, set
"Low-power operation settings" to "Not
suspend" or charge the battery. → P.31,
P.164
・ Check if "AUTO-GPS operation settings" is
marked. → P.164
Error messages
● No service
・ The terminal is out of service area, or the
received signal is too weak. Move to a
location where radio signal can be
reached.
・ The docomo nano UIM card is not
working properly.
Insert the docomo nano UIM card in
another terminal. If this works, it is
probably the terminal that is causing the
problem. In this case, contact "Repairs" on
the last page of this manual (in Japanese
only).
Removing and inserting docomo nano
UIM card may solve the problem.
● Mobile network not available
Install docomo nano UIM card correctly
(P.29), then move to a location where radio
signal reaches.
● Normal calls are restricted by access
control.
Appears when normal voice call service is
hard to receive because communication
lines are busy.
● Emergency calls are restricted by access
control.
Appears when emergency voice call service
is hard to receive because communication
lines are busy.
Appendix/Index 201
● All calls are restricted by access control.
Appears when normal/emergency voice
call service is hard to receive because
communication lines are busy.
● Restricted access changed
Appears when the voice service or data
service is not received.
● SIM card is locked
Enter your PIN code (P.167) correctly.
● SIM card is PUK-locked
Enter your PUK (Personal Unblocking Key)
(P.168) correctly.
● PIN lock disable code is locked.
PIN lock disable code is locked. Please
contact a docomo Shop.
● Memory is getting low
Available memory space in the terminal is
low. If you continue to use the terminal,
some functions or applications may not
work. Activate the setting screen and select
unnecessary applications, then tap
[UNINSTALL] to delete the applications
(P.163).
● Memory full.
There is no memory space in the microSD
card. Delete unnecessary data (P.178) to
save the memory space.
あんしん遠隔サポート (Anshin
Enkaku Support)
By sharing screens of your terminal with NTT
DOCOMO, you can receive technical support
to make settings, use applications, or connect
peripheral devices such as PC. (in Japanese
only).
・ This service is not available when your
docomo nano UIM card is not inserted, during
international roaming, or in Airplane mode.
・ Anshin Enkaku Support is a service requiring
subscription.
・ Some operations and settings are not
supported.
・ For details on Anshin Enkaku Support, refer to
NTT DOCOMO website.
1
Call あんしん遠隔サポートセンター
(Anshin Enkaku support center).
0120-783-360
Business hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.,
open all year round
・
To make a call to the Anshin Enkaku
support center from the terminal, from
the Home screen, u
[ 遠隔サポート (Enkaku support)]u[ この
スマートフォンから発信する (Make a call
from this smartphone)]uTap .
Appendix/Index 202
2
From the Home screen,
・
3
4
5
u[ 遠隔サ
Warranty and After Sales
Services
ポート (Enkaku support)].
When you use for the first time, agree to
" アプリケーション・プライバシーポリ
シー (Application privacy policy" and "
ソフトウェア使用許諾書 (License
Agreement)".
[ 遠隔サポートの接続画面に進む (Go to
Enkaku support connection
screen)]u[ 同意する (Agree)].
Enter connection number notified
by DOCOMO.
Enkaku support starts when you
are connected.
Warranty
Make sure that the warranty is received with
the terminal upon purchase. Check to be sure
that " 販売店名・お買い上げ日 (the name of the
retailer, date of purchase)", and other items
have been filled out on the warranty before
storing it in a safe place. If any necessary
information is not provided, immediately
contact the retailer and request to complete
the warranty. The terminal comes with a year's
free warranty starting from the date of
purchase.
* TV/Mobacas antenna cable SO02 is not
covered by the cost-free repair warranty.
・ Specifications or outer appearance of the
terminal and the accessories are subject to
change for improvement without prior
notice.
・ Data saved in the Contacts etc. may be
changed/lost due to the trouble/repairs or
handling of the terminal. DOCOMO
recommends making a copy of the
Phonebook data etc., in case.
* You can save Phonebook data in a microSD
card inserted to the terminal.
・
Appendix/Index 203
* Data such as phonebook entries can be
backed up by using docomo cloud.
When requesting a repair, make sure to
bring the warranty card with the terminal.
Repair requests that are not accompanied
by the warranty, that involve malfunction
and damage due to incorrect handling by
the owner (damage of headset jack,
microUSB connection jack, liquid crystal,
etc.), or for the terminal once repaired in a
repair office other than one specified by
DOCOMO will only be repaired at the
owner's expense, even if the warranty
period is still effective.
・ Malfunction due to use of devices and
consumable parts other than those
specified by DOCOMO will only be
repaired at the owner's expense, even if
the warranty period is still effective.
・
After Sales Services
If you have problems with the
terminal
Before asking repair, see "Troubleshooting"
(P.195) in this manual to check the problem. If
the problem still persists, contact "Repairs"
on the last page (in Japanese only).
If repair is required resultingly
Bring the terminal to the DOCOMO-specified
repair office. However, it must be taken
during business hours of the repair office.
Make sure to bring a warranty card with the
product when you visit the shop. Note that
repair may take some days depending on the
problem.
* Recycled parts which meets DOCOMO
quality standard may be used for repairs.
■
Within the warranty period
・
We repair the terminal free of charge
based on the terms documented in the
warranty.
■
Note that repair may be refused in the
following cases:
・
When the terminal has corrosion due to
wet by liquid, condensation, perspiration,
etc. or the internal circuit board is
damaged or deformed (we may not be
able to repair when the headset jack,
microUSB jack, liquid crystal, etc. is
damaged or the frame itself is cracked)
based on the result of our examination.
Appendix/Index 204
・
The terminal has been repaired by a repair
office other than the DOCOMO specified
one.
* Even if repair is possible, it will be done at the
owner's expense, as this type of corrosion or
damage is not covered by the warranty.
■
If the warranty period expires
We will repair the terminal at the owner's
expense.
■
Parts stock period
The functional parts necessary to repair the
terminal will be basically available for a
minimum of 4 years after the manufacture is
discontinued.
However, depending on the defective
portion, repair may not be possible because
of a shortage of repair parts. Note that repair
may still be possible depending on the
defective portion even if the stock period
has expired. Contact "Repairs" on the last
page (in Japanese only).
Precautions
● Never modify the terminal or accessories.
・ Doing so may result in fire, injuries or
malfunctions.
The modified terminal may be repaired
only if the owner agrees on that all the
modified parts are restored to the original
conditions.
However, repairs may be refused
depending on the modifications.
The following cases may be considered as
modifications.
- Put a seal etc. on the liquid crystal or key
part
- Glued decorations on the terminal using
adhesion bond, etc.
- Change the parts such as exterior to
other than DOCOMO standard parts
・ Malfunction and damage due to
modifications will be repaired at the
owner's expense, even if the warranty
period is still effective.
● Do not remove the inscription sticker on
the terminal.
・ Note that if the inscription sticker is
removed or is replaced with a different
sticker, it may disqualify the terminal from
repairs.
● Note that the settings and other
information may be reset (cleared) as a
result of malfunction, repair or other
handling. In this case, make the settings
again.
・
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● After the repair, Wi-Fi MAC address or
Bluetooth address may be changed
regardless of the repaired parts.
● Materials that generate magnetic fields are
used in the following parts of the terminal.
Do not hold an object that is easily
affected by magnetism, such as a cash
card, close to the terminal. You may not
be able to use the card any more.
Where they are used: Microphone/Speaker,
Earpiece/Speaker
● The terminal is waterproof. If inside of the
terminal gets wet or moist, however, turn
the power off, then bring the terminal to a
repair office as soon as possible. Note that
repair may not be possible depending on
the condition of the terminal.
Precautions on memory dial
(Phonebook function) and
downloaded data
Note that data you created or data you
retrieved or downloaded from sources other
than your terminal may be changed or lost
when you change the model or have repairs
done to the terminal. DOCOMO shall have no
liability for any change or loss of any kind.
Under some circumstances, DOCOMO may
replace your terminal with its equivalent
instead of repairing it.
Software Update
Software Update
Software update is a function to connect to
the network to check if software update is
required, then download the update file and
install it as required.
When update is needed, you can check
(Software Update) in the status bar or
information on the NTT DOCOMO website.
Software update includes the following, etc.
To use the terminal in safety and more
comfortably, be sure to update to the latest
version.
・ Improving and adding functions
・ Operability enhancement
・ Improving quality
・ Security patch update
❖Information
・
Updating can be done with data saved to the
terminal; note that data may not be always safe
depending on the conditions of your terminal (such
as malfunction, damage, or water leak). DOCOMO
recommends backing up necessary data in advance.
However some data may not be backed up.
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Notes
When the software is updated, restoring the
previous software is not possible.
・ When performing update, the private
information concerning the terminal (model,
serial number, etc.) is automatically sent to the
server of DOCOMO. DOCOMO does not use
the sent information for purposes except
software update.
・ For using packet communication via FOMA/
Xi, communication charge is not applied for
downloading.
・ For the update using packet communication,
docomo nano UIM card provided at
subscription to DOCOMO is required. For
some updates, subscription to sp-mode may
be required to use packet communication.
・ Making/Receiving calls, communication
functions and other functions are disabled
while installing.
・ All key operations are disabled while installing
and the installation cannot be stopped on the
way.
・ When the update is complete, the terminal
restarts.
・ When the update is performed, some settings
are initialized. Make the settings again.
・ If PIN code is set, PIN code entry screen
appears while the terminal is restarting after
the rewriting process. Enter PIN code.
・
If the update failed and all operations become
disabled, please contact a DOCOMOspecified repair office.
・ Messages (SMS) sent while updating are
stored in the SMS center.
・ Performing update may take time.
・ Updating is unavailable in the following cases.
- During a call
- When 圏外 (out of service area) is displayed
- Tethering in use as an access point
- When date and time are not set correctly
- When the remaining battery is not sufficient
- When the remaining memory is not
sufficient
- When the basic software is altered illegally.
・ Exit from all applications before performing
update.
・ Upgrade Android software with the battery
fully charged.
・ Do not turn off the terminal while updating.
・ Stay in a place with strong radio wave
condition when downloading. The update
may be canceled if the radio wave condition
is not good enough.
・
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If you start download via Wi-Fi, stay within the
Wi-Fi area to complete downloading. When
downloading is interrupted due to
disconnection of Wi-Fi, "Download stopped.
【Reason】No Service" may appear on the
screen even if the communication is available
via Xi/FOMA. In that case, download again
within Wi-Fi area.
・ If an update is not needed, "No upgrade is
needed. Use it as it is." appears.
・
・
When "Auto Update" is ON, perform operation
of "When the icon does not appear in the
status bar" (P.208).
■
You can change the reserved time.
・ Perform installation immediately
Drag the status bar down$u$Tap the
notification$u$Tap [Start Update].
・ Changing the reserved time
Drag the status bar down$u$Tap a
notification$u$Tap [CHANGE START
TIME]$u$Enter time$u$Tap [Change].
If you do not change the reserved time,
tap [OK] to return to the Home secreen.
Updating software
When an update is needed to the terminal,
update file is downloaded and the
installation is reserved automatically. After
that
(Software Update) is notified in the
status bar.
・ By default, setting for auto-reserving of
installation is "ON".
・ Depending on update, installation may not
be reserved. You need to perform the
installation by yourself in that case. Drag the
status bar down$u$Tap a notification$u$Tap
[install].
・ To change the auto-update setting, from the
Home screen, $u$[Settings]$u$[About
of
phone]$u$[Software Update]$u$Tap
"Auto Update" or drag it right.
Changing reserved time for the
installation
■
When the icon does not appear in the
status bar
Perform the update as follows.
1
From the Home screen,
u[Settings]u[About phone]u
[Software Update]$u$[Start
Update].
・
Download starts.
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2
After a message for installation
start appears, the installation
starts automatically in
approximately 10 seconds.
・ Tap [OK] to start installation soon.
Depending on update, a confirmation
screen for performing update appears after
[Start Update] is tapped. When the
confirmation screen appears, operate the
following steps.
a
Select a upgrading method.
・ "Perform now (only via Wi-Fi)" : Immediately
download the update file via Wi-Fi connection.
・ "Perform at scheduled time (via Wi-Fi/Xi)"*2 :
Download the update file via Wi-Fi connection or
Xi/FOMA at the time that is reserved
automatically.
* If downloading via Xi/FOMA is not available,
"Perform at scheduled time (only via Wi-Fi)"
appears.
b [Download and install]/[Download].
・ "Download and install" : After downloading is
complete, the installation is performed
automatically.
・ "Download" : Even when downloading update file
is complete, the installation is not performed
automatically. To install, perform installation by
yourself.
❖Information
When the latest software is already applied to the
terminal, "No upgrade is needed. Use it as it is."
appears.
・ If downloading stops halfway, data downloaded
before interruption is retained for up to 14 days. To
resume downloading, resume from
(Download
stopped) on the Notification panel.
・ When "Perform at scheduled time (via Wi-Fi/Xi)" is
selected, time for downloading is automatically set.
Start time cannot be changed. If you do not want to
download at the automatically-set time, tap
[Software Update]u[Back] to cancel the reservation
of downloading. To download update files, from the
Home screen, u[Settings]u[About
phone]u[Software Update]u[Perform now (only via
Wi-Fi)].
・
Updating applications
After the update is done, check if updates for
applications are available. Without updating
applications, operations may become
unstable or functions may not work properly.
Be sure to update to the latest version.
・ Updating from the notification icon
When the update is complete, the terminal
restarts and the notification icon
(Update
completed) appears.
Drag the status bar downu[Update
completed]u[Next]u[OK] and then perform
updates of applications in the update list.
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・
Updating from Play Store
From the Home screen, tap [Play Store]uFlick
right from the left edge of the screenu[My
apps] to check for updates of each
application.
❖Information
・
For OS version support information on each
application, contact the application provider.
Connecting to a PC to
upgrade
Install a software for "Software update"
beforehand.
For methods of software installation, refer to
the following website.
http://www.sonymobile.co.jp/support/ (In
Japanese only)
Main specification
■
The terminal
Product name
Size
Weight
Internal memory
External memory
compatible
Continuous FOMA/3G
stand-by
time
GSM
LTE
Continuous FOMA/3G
call
GSM
time
VoLTE call
(voice)
Charging time
Continuous Full seg
watching time
SO-02H
Approx. 146 mm (H)u
approx. 72 mm (W)u
approx. 6.9 mm (T)
Approx. 144 g
ROM : 32GB
RAM : 3GB
microSD card of up to
2GB
microSDHC card of up to
32GB
microSDXC card of up to
128GB (as of May, 2015)
Stationary (Auto) : Approx.
480 hours
Stationary (Auto) : Approx.
400 hours
Stationary (Auto) : Approx.
470 hours
Approx. 810 min.
Approx. 650 min.
Approx. 1,180 min.
AC Adapter 05 : (Alone)
Approx. 150 min.
DC Adapter 04 : Approx.
175 min.
Approx. 430 min.
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Continuous 1Seg
watching time
Continuous Mobacas
watching time
Display
Type/
Colors
Size
Resolution
Image
pickup
device
Type
Size
Camera effective pixels
Camera recorded pixels
(Max.)
Zoom
Approx. 480 min.
Still picture recording
size
Approx. 500 min.
TFT (Triluminos® Display
for Mobile) 16,777,216
colors
Approx. 5.2 inches
1080 (H)u1920 (V) pixels
(Full HD)
Camera : Backsideillumination layered
CMOS
Front camera : Backsideilluminated CMOS
Camera : 1/2.3 inches
Front camera : 1/5.0
inches
Camera : Approx.
20,700,000 pixels
Front camera : Approx.
5,100,000 pixels
Camera : Approx.
20,700,000 pixels
Front camera : Approx.
5,000,000 pixels
Camera :
(Still picture) Max. approx.
8.0x (31 levels), (Video)
Max. approx. 8.0x (31
levels)
Front camera : ―
Video recording size
Frame rate
Wireless LAN
Camera :
5248u3936 (20.7MP 4:3)
5248u2952 (15.5MP 16:9)
3264u2448 (8MP 4:3)
3840u2160 (8MP 16:9)
2048u1536 (3MP 4:3)
1920u1080 (2MP 16:9)
Front camera :
2592u1944 (5MP 4:3)
2592u1458 (3.7MP 16:9)
1632u1224 (2MP 4:3)
1920u1080 (2MP 16:9)
Video camera :
3840u2160 (4K 16:9)
1920u1080 (Full HD 16:9)
1280u720 (HD 16:9)
640u480 (VGA 4:3)
Front video camera :
1920u1080 (Full HD 16:9)
1280u720 (HD 16:9)
640u480 (VGA 4:3)
Timeshift video : Up to
120 fps
Manual (Full HD) : Up to
60 fps
Others : Up to 30 fps
Compliant with
IEEE802.11a/b/g/n/ac
(Corresponding
frequency band to
IEEE802.11n : 2.4GHz/
5GHz)
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Bluetooth
Headset
jack
Version
Radio
power
Available
communication
distance*2
Supported
profile/
codec*3
Size
Pole*4
4.1*1
power class 1
Within approx. 10 m
HFP, HSP, OPP, SPP, HID,
A2DP (LDAC/aptX/SBC),
AVRCP, PBAP, PAN (PANNAP/PANU), HOGP, MAP,
DID
Diameter 3.5 mm
5-pole
*1 It is confirmed that the terminal and all Bluetooth
devices are compliant with Bluetooth standards
designated by Bluetooth SIG, and they are
authenticated. However, procedures may differ or
data transfer may not be possible depending on the
device's characteristics or specifications.
*2 May vary by the signal status and/or whether there
is an interference between communication devices.
*3 Bluetooth standards for Bluetooth device
connection procedure according to the product's
applications.
*4 As for 4-pole headset, complied with CTIA
standards.
Continuous stand-by time is an estimate of
the stand-by time when radio signal
reception is normal. Stationary continuous
stand-by time is the estimated average
operation time when radio signal reception is
normal.
In certain circumstances, the stand-by time
may drop to as low as half the time shown
due to the battery charge, function settings,
temperature, or radio signal reception in the
area (no reception or weak).
・ Continuous call time is an estimate of the
operation time for calling when radio signal
reception is normal.
・ A use of the Internet reduces the actual call
(communication)/stand-by time.
Composing messages or activating the
camera or applications also reduces call
(communication)/stand-by time even if you
do not call or use the Internet.
・ Charging time is an estimate of the time
required to charge a completely empty
internal battery. Under low temperature,
charging may require longer time.
・
■
Internal battery
Battery type Lithium Ion Battery
Voltage
3.8V DC
Current
2930 mAh
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■
TV/Mobacas antenna cable SO02
Size
Weight
■
The terminal supports the display or
playback of the following file formats:
Still
image*
Video
File format
WAV (PCM, G.711) (.wav), AAC (.3gp, .m4a,
.mp4), AAC+ (.3gp, .m4a, .mp4), eAAC+
(.3gp, .m4a, .mp4), MP3 (.mp3), AMR-NB
(.3gp), AMR-WB (.3gp), MIDI (SP-MIDI/GM/
GML (.mid), XMF (.xmf ), Mobile XMF 1.0
(.mxmf ), RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl, .rtx), OTA (.ota),
iMelody (.imy)), Ogg Vorbis (.ogg), FLAC
(.flac), WMA (.wma), ALAC (.m4a), DSD (.dsf,
.dff ), Opus (.opus), AIFF (.aiff, .aif, .aifc)
JPEG (.jpeg, .jpg), GIF (.gif ), PNG (.png), BMP
(.bmp), WEBP (.webp)
H263 (.3gp, 3gpp, .mp4, .m4v), H264 (.3gp,
.3gpp, .mp4, .m4v, .mnv), H265 (.mp4),
MPEG2 (.ts), MPEG4 (.3gp, .3gpp, .mp4,
.m4v), VP8 (.webm, .mkv), VP9 (.webm),
Xvid (.avi, .xvid, .mkv)
* Still images are saved in JPEG format when shot with
Camera in the terminal.
File format (document)
The terminal supports files of the following
versions/extensions.
Length: approx. 390 mm
Approx. 8 g
File format (media)
Type
Sound
■
Type
Microsoft
Word
Microsoft
Excel
Microsoft
PowerPoint
PDF
Version/Extension
Microsoft Word 97 - 2010/.doc, .docx,
.rtf, .txt, .log, .docm, .odt
Microsoft Excel 97 - 2010/.xls, .xlsx,
.csv, .xlsm, xlm, .ods
Microsoft PowerPoint 97 - 2010/.ppt,
.pps, .pptx, .ppsx, .pptm, ppsm, .odp
Ver1.4 - 1.7/.pdf
* Some files may not be viewed properly due to
corrupted layouts.
■
Recording time for 1Seg (Estimation)
Recordable time to save to a Approx. 320 min.
microSD card (1GB)
■
Number of still pictures (Estimation)
Savable number of shot
images to the internal
storage
Savable number of shot
images to a microSD card
(1GB)
Up to approx. 5,200
images
Up to approx. 250
images
* Shot images with a resolution of 3264×2448 (8MP)
with file size of 4MB.
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■
Time length of shooting video
(Estimation)
Per video : Up to approx.
157 min.
In total : Up to approx. 157
min.
Savable time of
Per video : Up to approx.
recording to a microSD 463 sec.
card (1GB)
In total : Up to approx. 463
sec.
Savable time of
recording to the
internal storage
* Time of recording with Video resolution of
1920u1080 (Full HD).
Language
■
Display language
Japanese/Indonesian/Malay/Sundanese/
Bosnian/Catalan/Czech/Danish/German
(Germany)/German (Liechtenstein)/
German (Austria)/German (Switzerland)/
Esthonian/English (Australia)/English
(Canada)/English (Hong Kong)/English
(India)/English (Ireland)/English (Jamaica)/
English (New Zealand)/English
(Philippines)/English (Singapore)/English
(South Africa)/English (United Kingdom)/
English (United States)/Spanish
(Argentina)/Spanish (Bolivia)/Spanish
(Chile)/Spanish (Colombia)/Spanish (Costa
Rica)/Spanish (Ecuador)/Spanish (El
Salvador)/Spanish (Spain)/Spanish (United
states)/Spanish (Guatemala)/Spanish
(Honduras)/Spanish (Mexico)/Spanish
(Nicaragua)/Spanish (Panama)/Spanish
(Paraguay)/Spanish (Peru)/Spanish (Puerto
Rico)/Spanish (Dominican Republic)/
Spanish (Uruguay)/Spanish (Venezuela)/
Basque/French (Belgique)/French
(Canada)/French (France)/French
(Switzerland)/Galician/Croatian/Icelandic/
Italian (Italy)/Italian (Switzerland)/Javanese/
Latvian/Lithuanian/Hungarian/Dutch
(Belgium)/Dutch (Netherlands)/
Norwegian/Polish/Portuguese (Brazil)/
Portuguese (Portugal)/Romanian/Albanian/
Slovak/Slovene/Serbian/Finnish/Swedish/
Tagalog/Vietnamese/Turkish/Greek/
Bulgar/Kazakh/Macedonian/Russian/
Armenian/Ukrainian/Marathi/Hindu/
Bengalee (Bangladesh)/Bengalee (India)/
Tamil/Telugu/Kannada/Malayalam/Thai/
Korean/Chinese (Traditional)/Chinese
(Simplified)/Chinese (Hong Kong)/
Azerbaijani/Belarusan/Kartuli/Tatar
Appendix/Index 214
■
Text language (Character entry)
Icelandic/Azerbaijani/Arabic/Albanian/
Armenian/Italian/Indonesian/AngloIndian/Ukrainian/Esthonian/Dutch/Kazakh/
Catalan/Galician/Greek/Kartuli/Croatian/
Javanese/Swedish/Spanish/Slovak/
Slovene/Sundanese/Serbian/Thai/Tagalog/
Tatar/Tamil/Czech/Danish/German/
Turkish/Norwegian/Basque/Hungarian/
Hindu/Finnish/French/Bulgarian/
Vietnamese/Hebrew word/Belarusan/
Persian/Polish/Bosnian/Portuguese/
Macedonian/Malay/Latvian/Lithuanian/
Romanian/Russian/English/Chinese
(Traditional)/Chinese (Simplified)/Japanese
■
Text language (Voice input)
By Google voice typing
Certificate and compliance
You can check details of certificate and
compliance mark specific to the terminal
(including certificate number/compliance
number).
From the Home screen, u
[Settings].
[About phone]u[Legal
2 information]
u[Certificates].
■ VCCI
1
The terminal comlies with a technical
standards based on VCCI RULES FOR
VOLUNTARY CONTROL MEASURES and the
mark of conformity is depicted
electronically on the screen.
Appendix/Index 215
End User Licence
Agreement
Software delivered with this device and its
media is owned by Sony Mobile
Communications Inc., and/or its affiliated
companies and its suppliers and licensors.
Sony Mobile grants you a non-exclusive
limited license to use the Software solely in
conjunction with the Device on which it is
installed or delivered.
Ownership of the Software is not sold,
transferred or otherwise conveyed.
Do not use any means to discover the source
code or any component of the Software,
reproduce and distribute the Software, or
modify the Software.
You are entitled to transfer rights and
obligations to the Software to a third party,
solely together with the Device with which
you received the Software, provided the third
party agrees in writing to be bound by the
terms of this Licence.
This licence exists throughout the useful life
of this Device.
It can be terminated by transferring your
rights to the Device to a third party in writing.
Failure to comply with any of these terms and
conditions will terminate the licence
immediately.
Sony Mobile and its third party suppliers and
licensors retain all rights, title and interest in
and to the Software.
To the extent that the Software contains
material or code of a third party, such third
parties shall be beneficiaries of these terms.
This license is governed by the laws of Japan.
When applicable, the foregoing applies to
statutory consumer rights.
In the event Software accompanying or
provided in conjunction with your device is
provided with additional terms and
conditions, such provisions shall also govern
your possession and usage of the Software.
Appendix/Index 216
Export Controls and
Regulations
This product and its accessories may be
covered and controlled by Japans export
control regulations ("Foreign Exchange and
Foreign Trade Law" and related laws and
regulations) And, they are also under
coverage of Export Administration
Regulations of the U.S. When exporting and
reexporting this product and its accessories,
take necessary procedures on your
responsibility and expense. For details,
contact Ministry of Economy, Trade and
Industry of Japan or US Department of
Commerce.
Intellectual Property Right
About the Copyright and Portrait
rights
Copyrighted contents you recorded or
obtained from sites or Internet home pages
using this product by downloading or other
means, such as documents, images, music
data, software, are prohibited from
reproduction, transformation and
transmission over public lines without
consent of the copyright holders, unless
intended for personal use or any other
purpose permitted by law.
Note that some performances, shows, and
exhibitions may not allow photography,
movie shooting, or sound recording even for
personal use.
You should also refrain from taking a picture
of other people and disclosing it by such
means as posting it on a site on the Internet
without their consent because of possible
infringement of their right of portrait.
Trademarks
The company names and product names
appearing in this manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective
holders.
Appendix/Index 217
"FOMA", "i-mode", "i-Dppli", "Deco-mail", "spmode", "mopera U", "WORLD WING", "WORLD
CALL", "ToruCa", "iD", "Xi", "LIVE UX", logo of
"ToruCa", logo of "i-concier", logo of "dmenu"
are trademarks or registered trademarks of
NTT DOCOMO, INC.
・ "Bluetooth" is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks
by Sony Mobile Communications is under
license.
・
"NOTTV" and "NOTTV" logo are trademarks of
mmbi, Inc.
・ Xperia, TrackID, Socialife and Xperia Lounge
are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Sony Mobile Communications Inc.
・ PlayStation,
and DUALSHOCK are
trademarks or registered trademarks or Sony
Computer Entertainment Inc.
・
Sony, Sweep Panorama, X-Reality, FeliCa,
Reader, Triluminos, STAMINA, Sony
Entertainment Network and TV SideView are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
・ SmartAR® is an augmented reality technology
developed by Sony Corporation and it is a
registered trademark or trademark in Japan
and other countries.
・ POBox and POBox logo
are registered trademarks
of Sony Computer
Science Laboratories, Inc.
POBox is a co-developed technology of Sony
Computer Science Laboratories, Inc. and Sony
Mobile Communications, Inc.
・ microSD logo, microSDHC logo and
microSDXC logo are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC.
・
iWnn© OMRON SOFTWARE Co., Ltd. 20082015 All Rights Reserved.
・ "Wi-Fi" is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi
Alliance.
・ Wi-Fi Protected Setup, Wi-Fi Protected Setup
logo, WPA, Wi-Fi Direct and Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Miracast are registered trademarks of Wi-Fi
Alliance.
・
"Catch Phone (Call waiting service)" is a
registered trademark of Nippon Telegraph
and Telephone Corporation.
・ Rovi, G-GUIDE, G-GUIDE MOBILE
and their logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks in Japan of
U.S. Rovi Corporation and/or its affiliates.
・ " モバキャス " is a trademark of Japan
Mobilecasting, Inc.
・
Appendix/Index 218
is a registered trademark of FeliCa
Networks, Inc.
・ FeliCa is a contactless IC card technology
developed by Sony Corporation.
・
is a trademark or registered trademark of
NFC Forum, Inc. in the US and other countries.
・ "Twitter" is a trademark or registered
trademark of Twitter, Inc.
・ "Google" and "Google" logo, "Android",
"Google Play", "Google+", "Gmail", "Google
Maps", "Hangouts", "Google Calendar",
"YouTube", "Google Chrome" are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Google, Inc.
・ Facebook and Facebook logo are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Facebook, Inc.
・ Evernote is a trademark or registered
trademark of Evernote Corporation.
・ "DLNA" and "DLNA" logo are
trademarks or registered
trademarks of the Digital Living Network
Alliance.
・ MHL, Mobile High-Definition
Link and MHL logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of MHL,
LLC.
・ MirrorLink and MirrorLink logo are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Car Connectivity
Consortium LLC.
・ Linux is a registered trademark of Linus
Torvalds,individual.
・
"Microsoft", "Windows", "Windows Vista",
"Microsoft Excel", "Microsoft PowerPoint",
"Windows Media", "PlayReady" and "Microsoft
Exchange ActiveSync" are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and other
countries.
・ "Microsoft Word" is a product name of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States.
・ This product contains technology subject to
certain intellectual property rights of
Microsoft. Use or distribution of this
technology outside of this product is
prohibited without the appropriate license(s)
from Microsoft.
・ Content owners use Microsoft PlayReady
content access technology to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrighted
content. This device uses PlayReady
technology to access PlayReady-protected
content and/or WMDRM-protected content.
If the device fails to properly enforce
restrictions on content usage, content owners
may require Microsoft to revoke the device's
ability to consume PlayReady-protected
content. Revocation should not affect
unprotected content or content protected by
other content access technologies. Content
owners may require you to upgrade
PlayReady to access their content. If you
・
Appendix/Index 219
decline an upgrade, you will not be able to
access content that requires the upgrade.
・ This product is licensed under the MPEG-4
visual and AVC patent portfolio license for the
personal and non-commercial use of a
consumer for (i) encoding video in
compliance with the MPEG-4 visual standard
("MPEG-4 video") or the AVC standard ("AVC
video") and/or (ii) decoding MPEG-4 or AVC
video that was encoded by a consumer
engaged in a personal and non-commercial
activity and/or was obtained from a video
provider licensed by MPEG LA to provide
MPEG-4 and/or AVC video. No license is
granted or shall be implied for any other use.
Additional information including that relating
to promotional, internal and commercial uses
and licensing may be obtained MPEG LA,
L.L.C. (See http://www.mpegla.com ). MPEG
Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed
from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
・ This product includes software developed by
the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL
Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)
・ ANT and ANT+ are trademarks or registered
trademarks of ANT Wireless.
Using your device as a fitness hub with
ANT+™
You can use your device with health and
fitness products that also support ANT+™
technology. For example, if you go running
with an ANT+™ compatible heart rate
monitor and a foot pod (to measure pace and
distance), you can collect all the data from the
run on your device. You can then analyze your
performance and see how you can improve.
You can download a range of applications
from Google Play™ that support ANT+™
sport, fitness, and health devices. For
information about ANT+™ compatible
products, go to www.thisisant.com/directory.
・ Other product and company names
mentioned herein may be the trademarks of
their respective owners.
In context, TM and ® mark are omitted.
・ Any rights not expressly granted herein are
reserved. All other trademarks are property of
their respective owners.
・
Appendix/Index 220
SIM unlock
This terminal supports SIM unlock. If you
release SIM lock, you can use SIM by a carrier
other than NTT DOCOMO.
・ Available services and functions may be
limited. DOCOMO is not liable to any failures
or malfunctions.
・ For details of SIM unlock procedure, refer to
NTT DOCOMO website.
1
2
3
Insert SIM card provided by other
company.
Power on the terminal.
Enter SIM unlock
code$u$[UNLOCK].
Appendix/Index 221
Index
A
Access point
Initializing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 154
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 153
Accessibility ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 173
Account
Removing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 170
Accounts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 169
Adjusting sound volume ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 160
Airplane mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 153
Alarm & clock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 142
Setting alarm ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 142
Album ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Anshin Scan ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 55
Answering Machine ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 83
Application
Adding to Home screen (docomo LIVE UX)
・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
71
Adding to Home screen (Xperia Home) ・・ 58
docomo LIVE UX ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
List ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Moving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Moving to Home screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Resetting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 163
Search ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 72
Uninstalling (application screen) ・・・・・・・・ 71
Uninstalling (docomo LIVE UX) ・・・・・・・・・ 69
Uninstalling (Play Store) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 103
Uninstalling (Xperia Home) ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 58
Xperia Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 52
Application screen
Adding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
docomo LIVE UX ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Folder ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 58
Rearranging ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
Recommends ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 71
Switching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 52
Xperia Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 52
Apps
Managing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 162
Apps button
docomo LIVE UX ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Xperia Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 46
Area Mail ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 98
Audio Recorder ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
Auto rotate ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
AUTO-GPS ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 164
B
Backlight
Turning off ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 36
Turning on ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Backup & reset ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 172
Battery level ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 32
Battery usage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 162
Bluetooth ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 179
Device name ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 179
Pair setting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 180
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 181
Sending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 181
Bookmark ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 101
Appendix/Index 222
Brightness level ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 158
Browser ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 99
Adding tab ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 100
Bookmark ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 101
History ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 101
Link ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 100
Searching text・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 100
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 100
C
Calculator ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
Calendar ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Call・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 75
Calling screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 80
Declining a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 79
Ending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 81
Making a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 75
Mute ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 80
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
Call Blocking ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Call forwarding service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Call history ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 82
Adding to Phonebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 82
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 82
Call mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Call notification・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Call settings・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Call waiting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Caller ID display request service ・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Caller ID notification ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Camera ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 121
Activating ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 121
AR effect ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
AR fun ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
AR mask ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Capturing mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Creative effect ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Evernote ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Face detection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 133
Face in picture ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Key operation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 122
Manual ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Multi camera ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Quick launch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 132
Recording videos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 127
Shooting screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 122
Shooting still pictures ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Smile Shutter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 133
Sound Photo ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Style portrait ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Superior auto ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Sweep Panorama ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Timeshift video ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
4K video ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 123
Character entry ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 61
Edit ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66
Input method ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Charging ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 31
Desktop Holder・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 32
Using a PC ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 35
Using AC adapter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 34
Using DC adapter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 34
Chrome ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Connecting DLNA device ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 185
Media server setting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 185
Contact docomo ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Contact Picker 2.3 ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66
Appendix/Index 223
Contacts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
D
Data Storage Box ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 55
Data usage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 151
Date & time ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 173
Device ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 157
Dial ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Disaster kit ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Display・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 158
dmarket・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
dmenu ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
docomo apps password ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 164
docomo backup ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 144
docomo mail ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
docomo nano UIM card ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 28
Precautions ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 18
docomo service/cloud ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 164
docomo voice input ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
docomodake 30color ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Drive ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
E
Early Warning "Area Mail"・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Earpiece volume ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
e-books Reader by Sony ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Email ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Forwarding ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Initial settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Replying ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Saving attachment file ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
Sending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
98
81
56
93
95
95
93
94
95
95
94
Email account
Changing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 96
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 93
Emergency call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 76
Emergency mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 41
English guidance ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Enkaku support ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 202
Equalizer
Call settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Evernote ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
F
Facebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
File Commander ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 178
Flick input ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 65
FM radio ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 120
Full seg ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 114
G
Gmail ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 97
Google account ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 169
Google Maps・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
Current location ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
Displaying information ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 141
Getting direction ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 141
Search ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 141
Street View ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
Google Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Google Voice Search・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 61
Google voice typing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Google+ ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
GPS
Activate ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
GPS function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 138
Appendix/Index 224
H
Handwriting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
Hangouts ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Home・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 158
Home application
docomo ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Switching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 60
Xperia ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 46
Home screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 46
Adding (docomo LIVE UX) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Adding (Xperia Home) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 47
Backup ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 72
Deleting (docomo LIVE UX) ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Deleting (Xperia Home) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 47
docomo LIVE UX ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Folder (docomo LIVE UX) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Folder (Xperia Home) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 48
Kisekae ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
Restore ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 72
Shortcut ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 47
Simple Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 49
Theme ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 49
Wallpaper (docomo LIVE UX) ・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Wallpaper (Xperia Home) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 48
Widget (docomo LIVE UX) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 68
Widget (Xperia Home) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 47
Xperia Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 46
I
IC Tag/Barcode Reader ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
i-concier ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
iD application ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 107
Initial settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Instagram ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
International call
Making a call from Japan ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 77
Making a call in the country you stay ・・・ 190
International keyboard (Xperia keyboard) ・・ 62
International roaming service ・・・・・・・・・・・ 187
K
Key icons ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Keypad ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
Kisekae ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 69
L
Landscape view ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Language & input ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 171
Lifelog ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Location ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 165
Location services ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 138
Activate ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 140
M
Media Player ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 136
Playback ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 136
Memo ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 55
Message (SMS) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
Deleting message ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 92
Deleting messages (SMS) by sender/recipient
・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
92
Receiving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 91
Registering contact ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 91
Sending ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 92
Messenger ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
microSD card
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 161
Appendix/Index 225
Structure ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 175
Missed call・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 83
Mobacas ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 108
Reserving ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Searching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 111
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 112
TV/Mobacas antenna cable ・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Watching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 110
Moji-Henshu ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
Movie Creator ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Multi-tap input ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 65
Music ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
My Magazine ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 73
My phone number
About phone ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 174
My profile
Editing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
Phonebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 86
My Words ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 67
N
Network service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
News from Socialife ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
NFC ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 181
NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 106
One-touch function ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 182
Notification icon ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 43
Notification LED ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 42
Notification panel ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 45
Notification sound ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 160
Nuisance call blocking service ・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Osaifu-Keitai ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 104
Kazashite-Link compatible service ・・・・・ 105
NFC/Osaifu-Keitai lock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 106
Osaifu-Keitai compatible service ・・・・・・・ 105
Tap & pay・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 107
Own number ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 6
Phonebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 86
P
Personal ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 164
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK code) ・・・・・ 168
Personalization ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 157
Phone
Audio output ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 80
Speaker ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 80
When an application is running・・・・・・・・・ 79
Phonebook ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Adding a new entry ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 86
cloud (Contacts list) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 86
cloud (option menu) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Creating group ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Editing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 87
Exporting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
Favorites ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 87
Group setting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Importing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
Join ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Making a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 87
My profile (editing) ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 89
My profile (phonebook entry list screen)
・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・
O
OfficeSuite ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
86
Ringtone ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Share ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 88
Phonebook list screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 86
Appendix/Index 226
Photo collection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 55
Photos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
PIN code ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 167
Play Books ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Play Games ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Play Movies & TV・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
Play Store ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 102
Deleting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 103
Installing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 103
Playing video ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 136
PlayStation ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Portrait view ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 39
Power management ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 162
Preferred network type ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 189
Printing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 174
Proximity sensor ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 27
PSN ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Public mode (power OFF) setting ・・・・・・・・・ 84
Put caller on hold ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
Q
Quick settings panel ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 45
QWERTY ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 64
R
Recent calls screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 82
Record screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 41
Recording videos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
Reject call with message ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 79
Remote operation settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Reset ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 172
Ringtone ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 160
Ringtone volume ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 79
Roaming settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 192
S
Schedule
Creating ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 142
Display ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 141
Screen lock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 169
Canceling ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 37
Setting・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 168
Searching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 61
Second call settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Security ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 165
Security code
Network security code ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 167
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK code) ・・・ 168
PIN code ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 167
Setting menu ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 147
Shabette concier・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
Shooting still pictures ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 125
shoplat ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Silent mode・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
SIM card lock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 168
SIM unlock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 221
Simple Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 49
Sketch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
Sleep mode ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 36
Slow talk
Call settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 85
Small apps ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
SMS ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 90
Software keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 62
Switching ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 63
Software Update・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 206
Sound & notification・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 159
Specification ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 210
Status bar ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 42
Appendix/Index 227
Status icon ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 42
Stopwatch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 143
Storage
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 161
Structure ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 175
System・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 173
T
Take screenshot ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
Task manager ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 59
Tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 154
Bluetooth tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 156
USB tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 155
Wi-Fi tethering ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 155
Text editing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 66
Theme ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 49
Timer ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 143
ToruCa ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 108
Touch screen ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Drag・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Flick ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Pinch ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Scroll ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Swipe・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Tap ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
Touch and hold ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 38
TrackID ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
TrackID TV ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 54
Troubleshooting ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 195
Turning power on/off ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 36
TV ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 114
Program guide ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 120
Recording ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 119
Reserve Recording ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 119
Reserve Viewing ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 119
Settings ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 117
TV link ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 118
TV/Mobacas antenna cable ・・・・・・・・・・・ 109
Watching TV ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 115
TV SideView ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Twitter ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 57
U
USB connection ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 184
USB Storage ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 161
V
Vibration
Silent mode・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 40
SMS ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 92
Video call・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 75
Answer without video ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
Declining a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 79
Making a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 75
Receiving a call ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 78
When an application is running・・・・・・・・・ 79
Videos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 53
Viewing photos ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 134
Visa prepaid ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Voice mail service ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 84
Voice search ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 61
VPN ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 156
W
Wallpaper
docomo LIVE UX ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 70
Xperia Home ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 48
Waterproofness/Dustproofness・・・・・・・・・・・ 22
Appendix/Index 228
What's New ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
White balance ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 159
Wi-Fi ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 147
Wi-Fi Direct ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 150
Wireless & netoworks ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 147
WORLD CALL ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 77
World clock ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 143
WORLD WING ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 187
X
Xperia Chinese keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 62
Xperia Connectivity ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 152
Xperia Japanese keyboard ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 62
Online help ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 62
Xperia Lounge Japan ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 56
Y
YouTube ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 136
Numerics
1Seg ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ 114
Appendix/Index 229
Make various applications, check your subscription, and more online
The terminal: dmenu ⇒ " お客様サポート (Customer support)" ⇒ " ドコモオンライン手続き (docomo online procedures)"
PC: My docomo (https://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/mydocomo/ ) ⇒ 住所や契約内容の変更手続きがしたい (I want to change
my address or subscription)(in Japanese only)
* There are cases where the site may not be available due to system maintenance, etc.
* When using " ドコモオンライン手続き (docomo online procedures)", "Network security code" and "docomo ID and password"
are required.
Don't forget your mobile phone ... or your manners!
Remember to be courteous to others when you use your terminal.
Turn the power off when you are:
■
In places where use is prohibited
Follow the instructions of each airline or medical
facility for the use of mobile phones on their
premises. Power off the terminal in a place where
the use is prohibited.
Do not use smartphone while walking
Use of smartphone while walking on station
platform or road makes your eyesight extremely
narrow. It may cause accident.
■ Stop and stay in a safe place and then use
smartphone.
■
Always set to public mode in case below
Driving
Use of the terminal holding with your hand while
driving will result in a penalty.
However, absolutely necessary cases such as
rescue of a sick person or maintaining public's
safety are exempted.
■ In places such as theaters, cinemas, and art
galleries
Using the terminal in a public place, where you
need to be quiet, annoys people around you.
■
Keep your voice and ring tone down
Keep your voice down in quiet places like
restaurants and hotel lobbies.
■ If you are in an outdoor public place, make sure
you do not disturb others.
■
Respect privacy
■
Please be considerate of the privacy of individuals
around you when taking and sending photos
using camera-equipped terminals.
Have good manners
【Silent mode】(P.40)
Silent mode mutes the sounds of the terminal
such as the operation sounds and the ringtone.
* Shutter sound cannot be muted.
【Public mode (power OFF)】(P.84)
Tells the caller via a guidance message that
receiver need to turn the power off, and the call
ends automatically.
【Vibrate】(P.160)
Vibrates when there is an incoming call.
【Answering Machine】(P.83)
When you cannot answer a call, the terminal
records a message from the caller.
You can also use optional services such as the
Voice Mail Service (P.84) and Call Forwarding
Service (P.84).
General Inquiries
<docomo Information Center>
0120-005-250 (toll free)
Repairs
■From DOCOMO mobile phones (In Japanese only)
(No prefix) 113 (toll free)
*Service available in: English, Portuguese, Chinese, Spanish.
*Unavailable from part of IP phones.
(Business hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.)
*Unavailable from land-line phones, etc.
■From DOCOMO mobile phones (In Japanese only)
(No prefix) 151 (toll free)
■From land-line phones (In Japanese only)
*Unavailable from land-line phones, etc.
*Unavailable from part of IP phones.
(Business hours: 24 hours (open all year round))
0120-800-000 (toll free)
■From land-line phones (In Japanese only)
0120-800-000 (toll free)
*Unavailable from part of IP phones.
(Business hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (open all year round))
●Please confirm the phone number before you dial.
●For Applications or Repairs and After-Sales Service, please contact the above-mentioned information center or the docomo
Shop etc. near you on the NTT DOCOMO website.
NTT DOCOMO website https://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/english/
For loss, theft, malfunction, and inquiries while overseas (24-hour reception)
From DOCOMO mobile phones
From land-line phones <Universal number>
International call access code
for the country you stay
Universal number international
prefix
-81-3-6832-6600* (toll free)
*You are charged a call fee to Japan when calling from a land-line phone, etc.
*If you use SO-02H, you should dial the number +81-3-6832-6600
(to enter '㧗', touch and hold '0').
-8000120-0151*
*You might be charged a domestic call fee according to the call rate for
the country you stay.
*For international call access codes for major countries and universal number international prefix, refer to DOCOMO International Services website.
●If you lose your terminal or have it stolen, immediately take the steps necessary for suspending the use of the terminal.
●If the terminal you purchased is damaged, bring your terminal to a repair counter specified by DOCOMO after returning to Japan.
Don’t forget your mobile phone...or your manners!
٧When using your mobile phone in a public place, don’t forget to
show common courtesy and consideration for others around you.
Li-ion 00
We collect old phones, etc. regardless of
brands and manufacturers. Bring them to
your nearest docomo Shop.
*Items to be collected: mobile phones,
PHS, battery packs, chargers, desktop
holders (regardless of brands and
manufacturers)
Sales: NTT DOCOMO, INC.
Manufacturer: Sony Mobile Communications, Inc.
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