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303SH User Guide

303SH User Guide Contents

1

Introduction

Introduction.........................................................................3

Getting Started

Package Contents............................................................... 6

Parts & Functions.............................................................. 6

USIM Card Installation....................................................... 7

SD Card................................................................................8

Charging Handset..............................................................11

Power On/Off................................................................... 12

Touchscreen Operations...................................................13

Basic Operations

Basic Operations...............................................................16

Applications.......................................................................18

Handset Phone Number.................................................... 19

Mobile Manners................................................................. 19

Text Entry.........................................................................20

Google™ Accounts............................................................ 22

Google Play....................................................................... 24

Security Codes.................................................................. 26

USIM PIN............................................................................27

Screen Lock....................................................................... 28

Software Updates.............................................................29

Handset Interface

Welcome Sheet (Lock Screen) Basics...............................32

3-Line Home Basics.......................................................... 33

Status Bar......................................................................... 34

Notifications Window.......................................................35

Using Quick Launcher.......................................................36

Using Mini-Applications & Mini-Widgets........................ 37

Customizing 3-Line Home................................................ 38

Phone

Calling................................................................................ 42

Optional Services..............................................................43

Address Book.................................................................... 48

Messaging & Browser

Messaging.......................................................................... 50

Sending S! Mail/SMS.........................................................50

Opening & Replying to S! Mail/SMS................................52

Opening Received S! Mail/SMS........................................ 54

Creating/Sending Gmail....................................................54

Opening Received Gmail................................................... 55

Using Internet Mail.......................................................... 56

Web Browsing (Browser).................................................. 58

Camera

Photo Camera....................................................................64

Video Camera.................................................................... 65

Music & Images

Music & Images.................................................................68

2

Music Files (Music)........................................................... 68

Still Images & Video (Album)...........................................69

Connectivity

Wi-Fi...................................................................................72

Tethering Option.............................................................. 74

Bluetooth

®

........................................................................ 75

Global Services

Global Roaming................................................................. 80

Calling from Outside Japan.............................................81

Settings

About Settings..................................................................84

Sound Settings..................................................................85

Wallpaper & Display Settings..........................................87

Recent Apps Key Setting................................................. 88

Device Info........................................................................ 88

Add Account......................................................................89

Wi-Fi Settings...................................................................90

Home Applications Setting.............................................. 90

Storage Settings...............................................................91

Application Settings.........................................................91

Data Transfer................................................................... 92

Other Settings..................................................................94

Appendix

File Storage.....................................................................104

Backup & Import.............................................................104

Specifications..................................................................105

Customer Service............................................................106

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions.........................................................108

Important Product Information.....................................113

Handset & Hardware Care............................................. 114

General Notes................................................................. 116

FCC Notice...................................................................... 118

RF Exposure Information/Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)

Information..................................................................... 119

Water Resistance............................................................120

Introduction

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing SoftBank 303SH.

Before You Begin

・Read "Quick Tips" (in お願いとご注意) and this guide thoroughly beforehand for proper usage.

・Accessible services may be limited by contract conditions.

・Unauthorized copying of any part of this guide is prohibited.

・Guide content subject to change without prior notice.

Guide Usage Notes

・SoftBank 303SH is referred to as "handset" in this guide.

・Most operation descriptions are based on default settings.

・Unless noted otherwise, descriptions are for application sheet in 3-Line Home.

・"Confirmation" refers to authentication prompt, selection, caution or other message that appears after operation.

・Some operation descriptions may be omitted.

・In this guide and on handset, "abroad" means "outside Japan" with regard to handset/service usage.

・In this guide, microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC Card is referred to as "SD Card."

Screenshots & Key Labels

Screenshots and key labels are provided for reference only.

Actual handset windows, menus, etc. may differ in appearance.

Accessing Functions Guide

In application sheet, (Guide)

・Guide usage information and confirmation for automatic updates appear at initial startup. Follow onscreen prompts.

Guide indicator appears on Status Bar by default. To hide

Guide indicator:

In application sheet, off Back

(Guide) Indicator

3

4

Getting Started

Package Contents............................................................... 6

Parts & Functions.............................................................. 6

USIM Card Installation....................................................... 7

SD Card................................................................................8

Charging Handset..............................................................11

Power On/Off................................................................... 12

Touchscreen Operations...................................................13

6

Package Contents

Package Contents

・Handset (SoftBank 303SH)

・Battery is built into handset.

・Handset back cover is not removable.

・AC Charger (SHCEJ1)

・クイックスタート (Japanese)

・お願いとご注意 (Japanese) with English "Quick Tips"

・Warranties (Japanese) for handset and AC Charger

・microSD Card (complimentary sample, preinstalled)

Parts & Functions

Handset Parts

Name

SD/USIM

Card Slot

Earpiece

Notification

Lamp

Strap

Eyelet

Mic

Headphone

Port

Proximity/

Light Sensor

Display

Internal

Camera

External

Device Port

Description

Access USIM Card and SD Card.

Hear other party's voice through this.

Illuminates while charging or for notifications (missed calls, new messages, etc.).

Attach Straps here.

Talk to other party through this.

Connect Headphones with Mic (optional accessories) here.

Detects ambient light level and prevents

Touchscreen misoperation during call.

Touch Display to select menu items, open functions, scroll pages, etc.

Shoot photos or videos.

Connect AC Charger or Micro USB Cable here.

Name

External

Camera

Mobile

Light

Infrared

Port

FeliCa Logo

Speaker

Description

Shoot photos or videos.

Use as a camera flash, flashlight, etc.

Transfer files using Infrared.

Place over reader/writer to use NFC/

Osaifu-Keitai

®

.

Listen to music, video sounds, One Seg audio, etc.

Handset Keys

USIM Card Installation

USIM Card is an IC card containing customer and authentication information, including handset number.

Inserting USIM Card

Always power off beforehand.

If SD Card is inserted, remove it first. (SD Card needs to be removed to insert USIM Card.)

・For SD Card removal procedure, see "

Removing SD Card

."

7

Open Card Slot Cover

Name

(Power Key)

(Volume Down

Key)

(Volume Up

Key)

Description

Activate/cancel Screen lock. Long Press for power on/off or phone options.

Decrease Volume. In Welcome sheet (lock screen) or 3-Line Home, Touch & Hold to activate/cancel Silent mode.

Increase Volume. In Welcome sheet (lock screen), Touch & Hold to turn on Mobile

Light

1

.

1 To turn off, Press active, Tap Display or Tap

Light.

. Alternatively, when Display is

/ to turn off Mobile

Pull out USIM Tray

・Do not pull USIM Tray forcefully or at an angle; damage may result. Gently pull it straight out from the edge.

Place USIM Card in USIM Tray

・Check orientation of USIM Card (see the notch), then gently place it with metal contacts facing up.

Insert USIM Tray into USIM Card Slot (bottom opening)

・Check orientation of USIM Tray, then insert it all the way.

Close Card Slot Cover

・Close Card Slot Cover firmly. Debris trapped between gasket and base may allow ingress of liquid.

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Removing USIM Card

Always power off beforehand.

If SD Card is inserted, remove it first. (SD Card needs to be removed to remove USIM Card.)

・For SD Card removal procedure, see "

Removing SD Card ."

Open Card Slot Cover

SD Card

Handset supports SD Card up to 64 GB. Some SD Cards may not operate properly.

Unmounting SD Card

In application sheet, (Settings)

Pull out USIM Tray

・Do not pull USIM Tray forcefully or at an angle; damage may result. Gently pull it straight out from the edge.

Remove USIM Card

Storage

Insert USIM Tray into USIM Card Slot (bottom opening)

・Check orientation of USIM Tray, then insert it all the way.

Close Card Slot Cover

・Close Card Slot Cover firmly. Debris trapped between gasket and base may allow ingress of liquid.

Unmount microSD OK

Unmount microSD changes to Mount microSD . (SD Card is unmounted.)

・To have SD Card recognized again, Tap

Mount microSD .

Removing SD Card

Always power off beforehand.

Open Card Slot Cover

Formatting SD Card

When using a new SD Card for the first time, format it on handset before trying to save images, music, etc.

・Formatting deletes all SD Card files.

・Charge handset while formatting or charge it adequately beforehand.

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In application sheet, (Settings)

Remove SD Card

・Gently push in SD Card and release; it pops out. Carefully remove SD Card without bending it.

Close Card Slot Cover

・Close Card Slot Cover firmly. Debris trapped between gasket and base may allow ingress of liquid.

Inserting SD Card

Always power off beforehand.

Open Card Slot Cover

Storage

Erase microSD

Insert SD Card into SD Card Slot (top opening)

・Insert SD Card all the way with terminals facing up.

Close Card Slot Cover

・Close Card Slot Cover firmly. Debris trapped between gasket and base may allow ingress of liquid.

Erase SD card

10

Enter Operation Password OK

・If Operation Password is unset, follow onscreen prompts.

Erase everything

All SD Card files will be deleted.

Complimentary Sample SD Card

Sample SD Card is preinstalled.

・Warranty does not cover sample SD Card.

SD Card Usage Notes

SD Card Files

SD Card files may be lost/altered due to accidents, malfunctions, repairs, handset upgrade/replacement, mishandling, etc. Back up important files regularly.

SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for any damages resulting from loss/alteration of files.

・Never power off while files are being accessed.

microSDXC Card

Handset supports microSDXC Cards (SDXC-compatible SD

Cards). microSDXC Cards are supported by SDXC-compatible devices only.

Exchanging Files with Non-SDXC-Compatible

Devices

To exchange files between handset and non-SDXCcompatible devices, use SD Cards (microSD/microSDHC

Cards) supported by handset and those devices. Inserting a microSDXC Card used on handset in a non-SDXC-compatible device may corrupt card files. In such cases, do not format the microSDXC Card on that device even if prompted to do so.

・Formatting deletes all microSDXC Card files and changes the file system. The original memory capacity may be unavailable after formatting. To use a corrupted microSDXC Card, format it on an SDXC-compatible device.

SD Card Caution

Keep SD Card away from infants; may cause choking if swallowed.

Charging Handset

Battery is built into handset.

AC Charger, Micro USB Cable (optional accessory), Micro USB

Charging Adapter (optional accessory) and In-Car Charger

(optional accessory) are not water proof. Never charge handset while it is wet; may cause fire, malfunction or burns due to electric shock or short-circuiting. Be sure to dry it before use.

AC Charger

Use AC Charger (SHCEJ1).

・Never charge handset while it is wet.

USB Charging

Connect handset to a PC with Micro USB Cable (SHDDL1; optional accessory).

・Power on handset and PC first.

・Handset may not charge or charge slowly depending on PC status/environment.

・Never charge handset while it is wet.

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Insert Micro USB plug of AC Charger into External Device Port

・Insert Micro USB plug in correct orientation; otherwise,

External Device Port may be damaged. Check contours and orientation of Micro USB plug before inserting it.

Extend blades and plug AC Charger into AC outlet

Notification Lamp goes out when charge is full.

・Check that Notification Lamp illuminates red (Notification

Lamp illuminates green when charge is almost full).

After charging, remove Micro USB plug from External Device

Port, then unplug AC Charger and retract blades

Insert Micro USB plug of Micro USB Cable into External Device

Port

・Insert Micro USB plug in correct orientation; otherwise,

External Device Port may be damaged. Check contours and orientation of Micro USB plug before inserting it.

Insert USB plug of Micro USB Cable into PC USB port

Notification Lamp goes out when charge is full.

・Check that Notification Lamp illuminates red (Notification

Lamp illuminates green when charge is almost full).

After charging, remove Micro USB Cable from handset and PC

Lithium-ion Battery

This product requires a lithium-ion battery. Lithiumion batteries are recyclable. To recycle a used lithiumion battery, take it to any shop displaying the recycling symbol.

・To avoid fire or electric shock, do not short-circuit or disassemble Battery.

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Charging Cautions

Handling Cables

Do not pull, bend, or twist cable; may damage the cable.

USB Charging Caution

Handset may power on automatically when connected to a

PC with Micro USB Cable; avoid connection aboard aircraft or in hospitals, etc. where handset use is prohibited.

Battery Care

To help maintain performance and life of Internal Battery, do not store in the following conditions.

・Full (immediately after charging is complete)

・Exhausted (too low to power on handset)

Periods of Disuse

Charge handset to approximately 40% at least once every 6 months; if left uncharged, handset may become unusable or files/settings may be affected.

Bulges of Internal Battery

Depending on usage, bulges may appear near end of battery life; this does not affect safety.

Internal Battery Replacement

Internal Battery is a consumable item; may need to be replaced if operating time shortens noticeably. Internal

Battery is not user replaceable; its replacement incurs fees and requires handset submission to a SoftBank Shop or other appropriate servicer. For details, contact a SoftBank

Shop or SoftBank Customer Support, General Information .

Power On/Off

Power On

Long Press until SoftBank logo appears

After Power On Graphics, Welcome sheet (lock screen) appears.

Drag down

Google™ & location window opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

・Google & location window may open even when handset is not used.

Set Google's location service options

Initial setup menu opens.

Power Off

(Long Press)

Power off

OK

Handset shuts down.

Touchscreen Operations

Touch Display to select menu items, open functions, scroll pages, etc.

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Tap

Tap item or key to open or execute corresponding function/ operation.

Touch & Hold

Touch item for 1+ seconds to move icon, open menu, etc.

Drag

Drag item to move it.

14

Flick

Flick to toggle sheets, pages, etc.

Pinch/Spread

Pinch or Spread to zoom in or out on images, maps, etc.

Basic Operations

Basic Operations...............................................................16

Applications.......................................................................18

Handset Phone Number.................................................... 19

Mobile Manners................................................................. 19

Text Entry.........................................................................20

Google™ Accounts............................................................ 22

Google Play....................................................................... 24

Security Codes.................................................................. 26

USIM PIN............................................................................27

Screen Lock....................................................................... 28

Software Updates.............................................................29

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Basic Operations

Home (3-Line Home)

3-Line Home consists of application sheet, widget sheet and

shortcut sheet. Most operations start here. See " 3-Line Home

Basics " for details.

Navigation Bar

Tap icons on Navigation Bar (Display bottom) for the following functions/operations.

Icon

(Back key) key)

(Close key)

(Home key)

(Menu

(Recent apps key)

Close keyboard.

Description

Return to the previous screen.

Return to 3-Line Home.

Open Options menu.

Activate/exit Quick Launcher. (To open/ close recent applications window instead, change Recent apps key setting.)

Touch & Hold to open/close Notifications

Window.

・Flick left/right to toggle sheets.

・To return to 3-Line Home, Tap at Display bottom.

Handset Navigation

Tap item, icon, key, etc. to open menu/window or execute corresponding function/operation.

・To return to the previous screen, Tap

.

Action Bar

Current menu/window title appears on Action Bar (Display top). On the right side of Action Bar, icons for functions frequently used in that menu/window appear.

・When or is on Action Bar, Tap to turn corresponding setting off or on.

・When

(check all) and (uncheck all) are on Action Bar,

Tap to select or cancel all items together at once.

Tap

Menu Operations

at Display bottom to open Options menu.

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Handset Settings

In application sheet, Tap (Settings) to customize settings.

・In some windows, Drag down or Touch & Hold for menu.

・Checkbox ( enable ( or ) appears beside some options. Tap to

) or disable ( ) option.

・Drag/Flick slider, spinner, etc. to adjust some settings. If available, Tap or for additional settings.

Handset & Display Orientation

Rotate handset 90 degrees; Display orientation changes accordingly.

・Display orientation may not change in some windows.

Capturing Screenshots

Press and at the same time.

・Open captured screenshots from

Photo in Contents

Manager or other locations.

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Activating Applications that Support

Assist Function

Touch Navigation Bar then Drag up (icon appears)

Drag to icon and release finger Tap application

Always or Just once

・Depending on icon, releasing finger may activate corresponding application.

Applications

Activating Applications

In application sheet, Tap application

Application activates.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Exiting Applications

In any application, Tap repeatedly until 3-Line Home returns. (Some applications may remain active.)

Obtaining Applications

Obtain applications from (Play Store).

Handset Phone Number

My Phone Number

In application sheet, (Settings) Profile

Profile opens.

・Handset number appears in Own phone number field.

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Mobile Manners

Silent Mode

Mute ringtones and other handset sounds to avoid disturbing others around you.

・Camera shutter sound, video recording tones, music, video/ game sounds, etc. still play even in Silent mode.

In Welcome sheet (lock screen) or 3-Line Home, Touch & Hold

Silent mode activates.

・To cancel, Touch & Hold or 3-Line Home.

in Welcome sheet (lock screen)

Airplane Mode

Leaving power on, suspend signal-transmitting functions.

(Long Press)

Phone options appear.

Airplane mode

Airplane mode activates.

・To cancel, Long Press

, then Tap Airplane mode .

Selecting Silent Mode Option

(Long Press) Tap icon (e.g., )

Airplane Mode Caution

Activating Airplane mode disables Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

®

, interrupting corresponding transmissions.

Wi-Fi/Bluetooth

®

connections can be used even in Airplane mode by enabling Wi-Fi/Bluetooth

®

after activating

Airplane mode ; make sure that such connection/ transmission is allowed in your current location before use.

20

Text Entry

Keyboards

Use onscreen keyboards for text entry. In 12-key Keyboard, multiple characters are assigned to each key. In QWERTY

Keyboard, a single letter is assigned to each key.

・Tap a text entry field for keyboard. To hide it, Tap

・Text entry descriptions are for iWnn IME - SH edition.

Before reading on, switch input method from Google

Keyboard (selected when interface language is set to

English) to iWnn IME - SH edition as follows.

In a text entry window, Drag Status Bar down input method Japanese

.

Choose

Switching Keyboards

In a text entry window, Change input UI

・When How to Change Input UI window opens after

Tapping , Tap CLOSE . To disable it thereafter, select

Don't show again.

beforehand.

Set QWERTY keyboard or Set 12 keyboard

12-Key Keyboard Layout

Enter characters.

Undo conversion; reverse-toggle character options before confirming entry.

Backspace cursor.

Enter pictograms, symbols, or emoticons; switch conversion options.

Toggle entry modes.

Enter space; toggle case; add ゛ or ゜ for hiragana.

Current entry mode

Delete characters.

Advance cursor; add space at text end.

Open text entry options; enter space; convert hiragana.

Insert line break; confirm current characters.

QWERTY Keyboard Layout

Keyboard is switched.

Enter characters.

Toggle case.

Toggle entry modes.

Enter pictograms, symbols, or emoticons; switch conversion options.

Undo conversion.

Open text entry options.

Current entry mode

Delete characters.

Insert line break; confirm current characters.

Advance cursor; add space at text end.

Backspace cursor.

Enter space; convert hiragana.

Switching Entry Modes

・Tap to toggle Half Numeric, Kanji, and Half Alphabet modes. Alternatively, Flick left/right to toggle these entry modes. To use other entry modes:

In a text entry window, Change input mode

Entering Letters

In 12-key Keyboard, to enter Keitai in Half Alphabet:

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Check Half Alphabet mode is selected ( on Status Bar)

・When How to Change Input UI window opens after

Tapping , Tap CLOSE . To disable it thereafter, select

Don't show again.

beforehand.

Tap mode

(twice: K)

(once: t)

(twice: e)

(once: a)

(three times: i)

(three times: i)

Keyboard interface changes accordingly. Current entry mode indicator, such as (Half Alphabet) or (Kanji), appears.

Keitai is entered.

・To toggle case, type a letter and Tap

.

・The first letter is capitalized automatically by default.

(Cancel auto capitalization as needed.)

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Flick Input

In 12-key Keyboard, Flick key for target character (instead of

Tapping it repeatedly).

・Touch & Hold a key for guide; Flick toward target character to enter.

Google™ Accounts

Create a Google Account to use Google services. A Google

Account is required to fully use some services and applications/functions.

Creating a Google Account

In application sheet, (Settings) Add account

P

Q

R

S

7

Target

Character

Operation

Tap

Touch

Touch

Touch

Touch once.

and Flick left.

and Flick up.

and Flick right.

and Flick down.

・To enable/disable key preview and Flick input guide, in a text entry window, Tap Display / Layout Key input guide .

Google

New

Add a Google Account appears.

Enter first name Next Enter last name

Tap entry field Enter shown characters (distorted)

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Enter e-mail address

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Enter password Next Re-enter password

・If shown characters are unreadable, enter a character then

Tap ; other distorted characters appear.

Not now

Tap Choose a security question field

Tap Answer field Enter answer mail address

Tap question

Next Enter e-

A Google Account is added.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

・Even if

Keep this device backed up with my Google

Account is selected, this backup function cannot be used.

Not now Select whether to enable web history

Select whether to receive news and offers from Google

Play™

・To join Google+™, Tap

Join Google+ onscreen prompts.

. Follow

24

Signing in to a Google Account

If an application requires a Google Account, Add a Google

Account appears. Sign in to use the application.

In Add a Google Account, Existing

Google Play

Download applications via Google Play. Downloaded applications can be updated manually or automatically. Sign in to your Google Account beforehand.

Installing Free Applications

In application sheet, (Play Store)

Enter e-mail address Next Enter password

Follow onscreen prompts

You are signed in to your Google Account.

Google Account Cautions

Google Account E-mail Address & Password

Do not forget your Google Account e-mail address and password.

Google Account Operations & User Interface

Operations and user interface are subject to change due to automatic application updates or other reasons.

Google Play opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Tap free application INSTALL

Application downloads and installs.

ACCEPT

Purchasing Applications

In application sheet, (Play Store)

Google Play opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Tap paid application prompts

Tap price

Application downloads and installs.

Follow onscreen

Updating Installed Applications

In application sheet, (Play Store)

Google Play opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

My apps Tap application

Follow onscreen prompts

UPDATE

Application downloads and installs.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Uninstalling Applications

Applications installed via Google Play can be uninstalled.

In application sheet, (Play Store)

Google Play opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

My apps Tap application

OK

Application uninstalls.

UNINSTALL

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Purchased Applications

Payment

Pay once. Re-downloads of uninstalled applications are free of charge.

Use on Other Android Devices

Install same application on other Android devices under same Google Account at no added cost.

Application Operations

Refund Requests

Request refunds within designated period. Returned applications are deleted from handset; no payment is required. (One refund request per application.)

In Google Play,

REFUND

My apps Tap application

・For details, Tap to Google Play Help.

Help in Google Play, then refer

Enabling Automatic Updates

In Google Play,

Auto-update (

My apps

)

Tap application

・Automatic update is not available for some applications.

Google Play Cautions

Application Installation Disclaimer

Download and install applications on this handset via

Google Play (developed by Google Inc.) at your own risk. SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not responsible for user installed application content (quality, reliability, legality, appropriateness, accuracy, etc.) or malfunctions installed applications may cause (due to viruses, etc.).

Application Purchase Disclaimer

Purchase applications via Google Play at your own risk.

SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not responsible for transactions between users and third party publishers.

Google Play Operations & User Interface

Operations and user interface are subject to change due to automatic application updates or other reasons.

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Security Codes

Operation Password & Center Access

Code

Center Access Code (Call Barring Password; 4-digit code in contract) is required to use Optional Services from landlines or subscribe to fee-based information.

・Do not forget Operation Password and Center Access Code

(Call Barring Password). If you forget these codes, contact us for recovery. For details, contact SoftBank Customer

Support, General Information .

・Do not reveal Operation Password or Center Access Code

(Call Barring Password). SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for misuse or damages.

・Call Barring settings will be locked if incorrect Center

Access Code (Call Barring Password) is entered three times consecutively when making a setting. To unlock, the code must be changed. For details, contact SoftBank Customer

Support, General Information .

・If Call Barring Password has been previously changed on a mobile phone, enter the latest code to set Call Barring.

Setting Operation Password

Do not forget Operation Password; write it down if necessary.

In application sheet,

Lock & Security

(Settings) Other settings

Operation password setting

Password OK

OK Enter Operation

Re-enter Operation Password OK OK

Operation Password is set.

・To change Operation Password, refer to the steps above.

(In , enter current Operation Password to proceed.)

USIM PIN

9999 by default; enable USIM card lock to restrict handset use.

Enabling USIM Card Lock

In application sheet,

Lock & Security

(Settings) Other settings

PIN Cautions

Entering incorrect PIN three consecutive times activates

PIN Lock. To cancel, Personal Unblocking Key (PUK) is

required; contact SoftBank Customer Support, General

Information

. Entering incorrect PUK ten consecutive times activates PUK Lock, disabling handset. For recovery, USIM

Card must be reissued at a SoftBank Shop (fees apply).

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USIM card lock settings

OK ( )

Lock USIM card Enter PIN

USIM card lock is enabled.

Changing USIM PIN

Lock USIM Card first. See "

Enabling USIM Card Lock " for

details.

In application sheet,

Lock & Security

(Settings) Other settings

USIM card lock settings current PIN enter new PIN

OK

OK

Change USIM PIN

Enter new PIN OK

PIN is changed.

Enter

Re-

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Screen Lock

After a period of inactivity, Display goes completely dark to save battery power (Screen lock active). Screen lock prevents accidental Touchscreen operation.

Activating Screen Lock Manually

When Display is active,

Display goes completely dark and Screen lock activates.

Canceling Screen Lock

Press to open Welcome sheet (lock screen).

In Welcome sheet (lock screen), Drag down

Screen Lock Caution

Do not forget pattern, Lock No. passcode or password set for canceling Screen lock (write it down if necessary). If you forget it, visit the nearest SoftBank Shop for recovery procedure. Note that your files and settings will be lost during the recovery process.

Screen lock is canceled.

・When Screen lock option other than Slide or None is selected, follow onscreen prompts to cancel Screen lock.

Screen Lock Usage Notes

If Screen Lock Activates while Playing Music

Music continues to play. For operation, Press to open

Welcome sheet (lock screen) and use operation panel

(operations may vary depending on application).

If You Forget Pattern for Canceling Screen

Lock

When drawing a pattern to cancel Screen Lock with a

Google Account set up, Pattern reminder appears after failing to cancel Screen Lock five consecutive times.

Tap Pattern reminder and sign in to the Google Account to cancel Screen Lock.

Software Updates

Software Updates

At specified time, handset automatically checks for/downloads firmware updates as required. To update firmware manually:

In application sheet, (Settings) Device info

Software update

Software Update Operations

Enabling/Disabling Automatic Updates

In Software update menu, Auto update settings not update automatically or Update automatically

Do

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Changing Automatic Update Start Time

In Software update menu, Update time settings

Select time Set

・Available when

Auto update settings is Update automatically .

Software Update Cautions

During Update

Handset cannot be used until Software Update completes; it may take some time to complete.

Signal Conditions

Check signal strength and battery charge beforehand.

Poor signal strength or low battery charge may disrupt updates leading to update failure. Update failure may disable handset.

Software update menu opens.

Software update Execute

Software Update starts.

Follow onscreen prompts

Before Software Update

Handset data may be lost to damage, malfunction, etc.

Back up important information before updating software.

SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for loss or associated damages.

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Handset Interface

Welcome Sheet (Lock Screen) Basics...............................32

3-Line Home Basics.......................................................... 33

Status Bar......................................................................... 34

Notifications Window.......................................................35

Using Quick Launcher.......................................................36

Using Mini-Applications & Mini-Widgets........................ 37

Customizing 3-Line Home................................................ 38

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Welcome Sheet (Lock Screen)

Basics

Welcome sheet (lock screen) appears at power on or when is Pressed while Display is completely dark (Screen lock active). From Welcome sheet (lock screen), cancel Screen lock, activate an application such as Phone or Mail, etc.

Welcome Sheet (Lock Screen) Layout

Activating Applications

Activate applications from Welcome sheet (lock screen) as follows.

・Change assigned applications as needed.

In Welcome sheet (lock screen), Tap

Wallpaper (and widget)

1

Drag down to cancel Screen lock; Tap settings, etc.

Tap to show owner information.

2 for applications,

Notifications of missed calls and new messages appear here.

Date and time, weather, widget name, etc.

1

1 Flick left/right to toggle view.

2 Set owner information beforehand. See "

Lock & Security

Settings " for details.

Menu opens.

Tap application

Application activates.

・Tap

Video tutorial for a video tutorial (Japanese) on functions.

・Tap

Welcome sheet setting to open menu for customizing

Welcome sheet (lock screen). Alternatively, Tap in application sheet Wallpaper & display

(Settings)

Welcome

Sheet(lock screen) . See "

Wallpaper & Display Settings

" for details.

Missed Call & New Message

Notifications

Notifications--New missed call(s) and New mail(s)--appear in

Welcome sheet (lock screen).

Drag notification down to open it.

3-Line Home Basics

3-Line Home consists of application sheet, widget sheet and shortcut sheet. Most operations start here.

Access applications and widgets, save frequently used applications to shortcut sheet, change handset settings, etc.

Toggling Sheets

Flick left/right to toggle sheets.

Shortcut Sheet Layout

Toggle sheets.

Activate applications. (Flick up for hidden shortcuts;

Drag down for menu.)

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Application Sheet Layout

Toggle sheets.

Activate applications. (Flick up for hidden applications;

Drag down for menu.)

Widget Sheet Layout

Toggle sheets.

Use widgets. (Flick up for hidden widgets; Drag down for menu.)

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Status Bar

Indicators (new message notification, handset status, etc.) appear at the top of Display.

Notification Indicators

Notification Indicators appear on the left.

Status Bar Layout

Notifications and warnings appear here. (Notification

Indicators)

Handset status and other information appear here.

(Status Indicators)

Indicator Description

Functions Guide Available (Drag Status

Bar down and open from Notifications

Window)

Urgent News

Call Arriving/in Progress

Call on Hold

Missed Call

New Answer Phone Message

New Voicemail

New SMS/S! Mail

New Internet Mail

New Gmail

Unchecked Alarm

Event

Viewing One Seg

Recording One Seg

Application Installation Complete/Update

Available

Text Entry Window (Choose Input Method)

Getting Location Information

Data Downloading

Bluetooth

®

File Reception Request

SD Card Unmounted

Reading SD Card

Connected via USB

Screenshot Captured

Screenshot Failed

More Notifications

Mobile Light On

Status Indicators

Status Indicators appear on the right.

Notifications Window

Open notifications, check handset status or change various settings.

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Opening Notifications Window

Drag Status Bar down

Indicator Description

Battery Strength

Charging

Signal Strength

No Signal (4G LTE/4G/3G)

4G LTE/4G Data in Use

1

3G Data in Use

Roaming

Airplane Mode

Wi-Fi Connected

Bluetooth

®

On

Bluetooth

®

Connected

Silent (Standard) Mode

Silent (Drive) Mode

Silent Mode

Answer Phone Set

Answer Phone Set (Message Recorded)

Alarm Set

NFC/Osaifu-Keitai

®

Locked

NFC/Osaifu-Keitai

®

Locked (USIM Card

Only)

2

Kanji Mode

Half Alphabet Mode

Half Numeric Mode

Full Alphabet Mode

Full Numeric Mode

Character Code Mode

1 Corresponding indicator appears when handset is connected to FDD-LTE (SoftBank 4G LTE) or AXGP (SoftBank 4G).

Between these Networks, handset connects to SoftBank 4G whenever possible.

2 Appears upon inserting USIM Card into handset after using that USIM Card to lock NFC on another mobile.

Notifications Window opens.

・To close Notifications Window, Tap

.

Notifications Window Layout

Setting keys

Show second and subsequent lines of Setting keys.

Notifications and active functions

Use corresponding functions.

Handset status

1

Open Settings.

Delete all notifications and close Notifications Window.

Close Notifications Window. (Flick up.)

1 Tap for corresponding settings.

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Setting Keys

Using Quick Launcher

Activate recently used applications as well as assigned applications, mini-applications and mini-widgets.

Opening Quick Launcher

Set Silent mode option.

Toggle Wi-Fi on/off.

Enable/disable GPS positioning.

Enable/disable Auto-rotate screen.

Set Display brightness.

Show second and subsequent lines of Setting keys.

Toggle Energy saving settings on/off.

Set Bright Keep.

Enable/disable VeilView.

Toggle Bluetooth

®

on/off.

Enable/disable account sync.

Open Wireless output menu.

Enable/disable Reader/Writer, P2P.

Open window for rearranging Setting keys.

Hide second and subsequent lines of Setting keys.

Notifications Window Operations

Deleting Notifications

In Notifications Window, Flick notification left/right

・Some notifications may not be deleted.

Rearranging Setting Keys

In Notifications Window, Rearrange target location

Drag icon to

(done) on Action Bar

・Icons cannot be moved to the area where

Rearrange

appears in Notifications Window.

Quick Launcher appears.

・If

Recent applications is set for Recent apps key , recent applications window opens instead. For details on

Recent apps key , see "

Recent Apps Key Setting

."

Quick Launcher Layout

Activate recently used application.

Delete all history items for recently used applications.

Indicates application state. (Appears blue when corresponding application is running.)

Show history items for recently used applications.

Show assigned shortcuts.

Show mini-applications and mini-widgets.

Recent Applications Window Layout

Using Mini-Applications & Mini-

Widgets

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Activating Mini-Applications/Mini-

Widgets

While using applications, watch One Seg, play videos, open a map, etc. in mini-application window or mini-widget window.

・May be unavailable depending on current application window.

Activate application that supports the assist function.

Shortcuts to applications

Delete all history items for recently used applications.

Activate recently used application.

Indicates application state. (Appears blue when corresponding application is running.)

Quick Launcher/Recent Applications

Operations

Deleting Single Usage History Item

In Quick Launcher, History Flick item down

・In recent applications window, Flick item left/right.

・Corresponding application exits if running.

Adding Shortcuts to Quick Launcher

In Quick Launcher, Favorites select option)

Tap item (then

Changing Shortcuts in Recent Applications

Window

In recent applications window, Touch & Hold shortcut

Select Application or Shortcut

(then select option)

Tap item

・To reset shortcuts, Touch & Hold shortcut in recent applications window To default Yes .

Deleting Shortcuts

In Quick Launcher, Favorites

Peel off

Touch & Hold shortcut

・In recent applications window, Touch & Hold shortcut Peel off Yes .

Rearranging Shortcuts in Quick Launcher

In Quick Launcher, Favorites

Drag to target location

Touch & Hold shortcut

Quick Launcher appears.

Mini apps Tap mini-application or mini-widget

Mini-application window or mini-widget window opens.

・Follow onscreen prompts.

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Mini-Application Window/Mini-Widget

Window Layout

If Operation Bar, indicators, etc. are hidden during playback,

Tap mini-application window or mini-widget window to show them again.

・Window interface varies by application/widget.

Customizing 3-Line Home

Set theme and Wallpaper, move icons/widgets or add shortcuts/widgets to corresponding sheets.

Setting Theme & Wallpaper

In 3-Line Home, Drag down

Switch to/open standard application window

1

.

Application/widget name

Open menu.

Exit mini-application/mini-widget

1

.

Operation Bar

Drag to change size of mini-application window/miniwidget window.

1 Icon may be hidden if mini-application window or miniwidget window is reduced. In this case, use menu for corresponding operation.

Mini-Application/Mini-Widget Usage

Note

While using a mini-application or mini-widget, videos may not play properly in other applications.

Menu opens.

Home settings

Tap theme ( Standard , Color pop or Natural )

Tap image, color, pattern, etc.

Adding Shortcuts

Add an application shortcut.

In shortcut sheet, (設定しよう)

Theme and Wallpaper are set.

・To select from images, Tap

From list . Follow onscreen prompts.

・Tap

Wallpaper to use image set in Wallpaper under

Wallpaper & display .

Moving Icons/Widgets

In 3-Line Home, Touch & Hold icon/widget

Setting

Application Tap application

Drag to target location

Release to place icon/widget.

・To a folder: Drag icon to target folder.

Shortcut is added to shortcut sheet.

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Adding Widgets

Add Album, Analog clock, etc.

In 3-Line Home, Drag down

Menu opens.

Add widget

Tap widget

Widget is added.

Removing Widgets/Shortcuts

In widget sheet or shortcut sheet, Touch & Hold widget or shortcut Peel off

Phone

Calling................................................................................ 42

Optional Services..............................................................43

Address Book.................................................................... 48

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Calling

See below to dial directly or answer calls. (Handset does not support Video Call.)

Placing Calls

In application sheet, (Phone) Dial

To end the call, End call

Call Window opens.

・When missed call window opens, Tap returns, perform again.

. If 3-Line Home

Use onscreen dialpad to enter number

Call ends.

・After calls to/from numbers not saved in Address Book, save to Address Book confirmation appears. Follow onscreen prompts.

Answering Calls

When a call arrives, Drag Answer down

・Include area code for landline numbers.

Call

Call connects.

・When Screen lock is canceled, Tap

Answer .

To end the call, End call

Handset dials the number.

・Wait for other party to accept the call.

Call ends.

・After calls to/from numbers not saved in Address Book, save to Address Book confirmation appears. Follow onscreen prompts.

Emergency Location Report

Using SoftBank 3G handset for emergency calls (110, 119 or

118) automatically reports handset location to corresponding agency (police, etc.).

・Location Report does not incur registration/transmission fees.

・Location/signal conditions affect positioning accuracy.

Always provide location and call purpose.

・Hiding Caller ID (using 184, etc.) cancels Location Report.

However, corresponding agency may obtain location information in life threatening situations.

・Location Report is not sent for calls made while outside

Japan.

Missed Calls

For unanswered calls, appears. In Welcome sheet (lock screen), notification appears.

Optional Services

Use these SoftBank Optional Services:

Optional Services

Service

Call

Forwarding

Voicemail

Call Waiting

1

Group Calling

1

Caller ID

Call Barring

Description

Divert all/unanswered calls to a preset number.

Divert all/unanswered calls to Voicemail

Center; access messages via handset/ touchtone phones.

Answer calls during a call.

Switch between open lines/connect multiple lines.

Show or hide your number when placing calls.

Restrict incoming/outgoing calls by conditions.

1 Requires separate subscription

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Notification Indicator

Notification

・Drag Status Bar down for Notifications Window, then Tap missed call notification to open Incoming History. When

Call and SMS are below missed call notification, Tap to call back or send SMS.

・Drag notification down to open Incoming History.

Emergency Call Caution

Emergency calls cannot be placed when Airplane mode is active. Long Press and cancel it.

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Call Forwarding

In application sheet, (Settings) Call

OK

Call Forwarding is set.

Voicemail

In application sheet, (Settings) Call

Call settings opens.

Voicemail/divert

Voicemail/divert menu opens.

Settings/stop

Call settings opens.

Voicemail/divert

Voicemail/divert menu opens.

Settings/stop

Divert menu opens.

Always or No answer Voicemail

Divert menu opens.

Always or No answer Enter number

・For

No answer , Tap Wait time and select ring time as needed.

・To cancel Call Forwarding, Tap

Stop call forward

Yes .

・For

No answer , Tap Wait time and select ring time as needed.

・To cancel Voicemail, Tap

Stop call forward Yes .

OK

Voicemail is set.

・When a new message is recorded, appears. To play messages, Tap Play voicemail in Voicemail/divert menu, then follow voice guidance.

Call Waiting

Requires separate subscription.

In application sheet, (Settings) Call

Group Calling

Requires separate subscription.

During a call, Add Call

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Call settings opens.

Other service settings

Enter number Call

When call connects,

Group Calling starts.

Merge calls

Caller ID

In application sheet, (Settings) Call

Other service settings opens.

Call waiting ( )

Call waiting is set.

・During a call, a tone sounds for incoming calls;

Drag right to answer.

・To cancel Call Waiting, Tap

Call waiting ( ).

Call settings opens.

Other service settings

Other service settings opens.

Notify caller ID Hide number or Show number

Caller ID is set.

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Call Barring

Restrict outgoing/incoming calls and SMS messages.

・Call Barring requires Center Access Code (Call Barring

Password).

・Call Barring settings will be locked if incorrect Center

Access Code (Call Barring Password) is entered three times consecutively when making a setting. To unlock, the code must be changed. For details, contact SoftBank Customer

Support, General Information .

・If Call Barring Password has been previously changed on a mobile phone, enter the latest code to set Call Barring.

・When attempting to place/send a call/SMS while calling is restricted, a message appears. Message may take time to appear in some areas.

Description Restriction

All outgoing calls

Restrict all outgoing calls.

Bar int'l call

Local & home only

Restrict international calls; while outside

Japan, calls within current country are allowed.

Restrict international calls; while outside

Japan, calls within current country and to

Japan are allowed.

Restrict all incomings

Bar if abroad

Reject all calls.

Reject calls while outside Japan.

In application sheet, (Settings) Call

Bar outgoing calls or Bar incoming calls Tap option

Enter Center Access Code (Call Barring Password)

Restriction is set.

OK

Call settings opens.

Call barring

Call barring menu opens.

Optional Services Operations

Setting Missed Call Notification

Activate this function for records of calls missed when handset is off/out-of-range. Initiate Voicemail then follow these steps:

In Call settings, Missed calls

Follow voice guidance

Settings Call

Setting Handset Response to Missed Calls

In Call settings, Missed calls

Tap item

Sounds & alerts

Follow onscreen prompts

・Set Missed calls sound, Vibration pattern, Incoming calls lamp and Ring duration.

Canceling All Outgoing Call Restrictions

In Call barring menu, Bar outgoing calls outgoing calls

Stop all

Enter Center Access Code (Call Barring

Password) OK

Canceling All Incoming Call Restrictions

In Call barring menu, Bar incoming calls incoming calls

Stop all

Enter Center Access Code (Call Barring

Password) OK

Restricting Outgoing Calls to Specified

Numbers

In Call barring menu, Restrict destinations

Operation Password OK

Enter

Specified phone number

Switch on/off (

<Empty>

)

Enter number

Call permitted list

OK

Restricting Outgoing Calls to Numbers Saved in

Address Book

In Call barring menu, Restrict destinations

Operation Password OK

Enter

Restrict address book

( )

Rejecting Calls from Specified Numbers

In Call barring menu, Reject call

Switch on/off ( )

<Empty> Enter number

Specified numbers

Reject numbers list

OK

Rejecting Calls from Numbers Not Saved in

Address Book

In Call barring menu, Reject call numbers ( )

Not registered

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Rejecting Calls with No/Undisplayable Caller ID or from Payphones

In Call barring menu, Reject call

Payphone or Unavailable ( )

Number not sent ,

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Address Book

Save phone numbers, e-mail addresses and other information

(birthdays, nicknames, etc.).

Set ringtones for each contact as needed.

Adding New Contacts

In application sheet, (Address Book)

Dialing from Address Book

In application sheet, (Address Book)

Address Book opens.

Tap tab Tap contact

Address Book opens.

(add) on Action Bar

Contact opens.

・Contacts are sorted by the first character of last name

(Read last).

Add contact window opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Tap item Complete entry

Save Yes

Contact is saved.

Handset dials the number. Wait for other party to accept the call.

To end the call, End call

Call ends.

Address Book Caution

Contacts may be altered/lost if handset is left uncharged or due to accidents, malfunctions, repairs, handset upgrade/replacement, mishandling, etc. Back up important contacts and other data regularly. SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for any damages resulting from loss/alteration of contacts.

Messaging & Browser

Messaging.......................................................................... 50

Sending S! Mail/SMS.........................................................50

Opening & Replying to S! Mail/SMS................................52

Opening Received S! Mail/SMS........................................ 54

Creating/Sending Gmail....................................................54

Opening Received Gmail................................................... 55

Using Internet Mail.......................................................... 56

Web Browsing (Browser).................................................. 58

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Messaging

S! Mail

Exchange messages with S! Mail-compatible SoftBank handsets and e-mail compatible devices (other mobiles, PCs, etc.) beyond SMS character entry limit; attach media files.

SMS

Exchange short messages with mobiles using handset numbers as addresses.

Gmail

Gmail is Google's webmail service. Handset automatically syncs with Gmail.

Internet Mail

Use Internet Mail (POP3/IMAP4/Exchange) on handset.

・Set up an Internet Mail account beforehand.

・Retrieving Internet Mail on handset syncs handset and mail server; received messages are also accessible from PCs.

Sending S! Mail/SMS

Wi-Fi Connection Setup

Send/receive S! Mail using Wi-Fi. When using Mail (S! Mail/

SMS) for the first time, complete Wi-Fi connection setup as follows.

・Descriptions for Mail (S! Mail/SMS) are given assuming that

Wi-Fi connection setup is complete.

In application sheet, (Mail)

Wi-Fi connection setting opens.

Set now

Wi-Fi connection setup starts.

OK

Wi-Fi connection setup is complete.

・After Wi-Fi connection setup is complete, Wi-Fi is used for sending/receiving S! Mail. When Wi-Fi is not available, 4G

LTE, 4G or 3G Network is used.

Sending S! Mail

To send S! Mail to a contact saved in Address Book:

In application sheet, (Mail)

(Send) on Action Bar

S! Mail is sent.

・Handset saves failed S! Mail messages to Unsent Folder; automatically attempts redelivery up to two times.

Folder list appears.

Create

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S! Mail Composition window opens.

Address Book

Address Book opens.

Tap recipient OK

・For multiple numbers/addresses, Tap one after Tapping recipient.

Tap Enter subject field

Enter text

Enter subject Next

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Sending SMS

To send SMS from sent/received mail records:

In application sheet, (Mail)

Opening & Replying to S! Mail/SMS

Handset retrieves S! Mail/SMS messages automatically (set manual retrieval as needed).

Opening New S! Mail/SMS

When message arrives, handset responds with ringtone/

Vibration/Notification Lamp, and appears.

・In Welcome sheet (lock screen), notification appears.

・Unread message count (

) appears in (Mail) icon in application sheet.

Drag New mail(s) notification down

Folder list appears.

Create SMS

SMS Composition window opens.

Send/Receive history

SEND HISTORY or RECEIVE HISTORY Tap recipient

Enter text (Send) on Action Bar

SMS is sent.

・Handset saves failed SMS messages to Unsent Folder; automatically attempts redelivery up to two times.

Saving S! Mail/SMS to Unsent Folder without Sending

In S! Mail Composition window or SMS Composition window, Save

S! Mail/SMS Transmission Caution

If Outbox is full, handset automatically deletes sent messages, unprotected ones first.

Message window opens.

・For multiple new messages, message list (Inbox) opens; select one.

Replying to S! Mail/SMS

In application sheet, (Mail)

Folder list appears.

Tap folder in Inbox Tap message

Message window opens.

Reply or Reply to all

Reply to all appears for messages addressed to multiple recipients.

Enter text

Message is sent.

(Send) on Action Bar

Retrieving Complete Messages

In message window, Tap

・Tap

(receive) on Action Bar to select item to retrieve.

Message Retrieval Cautions

Retrieval System

By default, complete message including attachments is retrieved; transmission fees may apply depending on subscribed price plan.

Automatic Message Deletion

If Inbox is full, handset automatically deletes oldest received messages, opened/unprotected ones first. If all messages are unopened, handset automatically deletes oldest unprotected ones first.

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Retrieval Outside Japan

Message retrieval outside Japan may incur high charges.

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Opening Received S! Mail/SMS

Opening S! Mail/SMS

To open received messages:

In application sheet, (Mail)

Creating/Sending Gmail

Use Google's webmail service. Sign in to a Google Account beforehand.

Creating/Sending Gmail

In application sheet, (Gmail)

Folder list appears.

Tap folder in Inbox

Inbox opens.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Message list appears.

・Flick left/right for message lists in other folders.

Tap message

Mail Composition window opens.

Enter recipient, subject and text on Action Bar

Message window opens.

・Flick left/right to open other messages.

Message is sent.

Gmail Composition Operations

Adding Cc/Bcc Recipients

In Mail Composition window,

Add recipient

Add Cc/Bcc

Attaching Images/Videos

In Mail Composition window,

Attach video Tap application

Attach picture

Select file

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

or

Saving without Sending

While creating message,

・Message is saved to Drafts.

Save draft

Discarding Current Message

While creating message, Discard Discard

Gmail Caution

Gmail messages are not received if recipient device is set to reject messages sent from PCs.

Opening Received Gmail

Gmail groups all related messages by subject. (Conversation

View)

Opening New Gmail

When Gmail message arrives, appears.

Drag Status Bar down for Notifications Window

Tap message notification

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Message window opens.

・For two or more new messages with different subjects,

Inbox opens; select one.

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Opening Gmail

In application sheet, (Gmail)

Using Internet Mail

Adding Accounts

Check usernames (user IDs), passwords, server names, etc. of your Internet Mail accounts beforehand.

In application sheet, (Email)

Inbox opens.

Tap conversation (subject)

Message window opens.

Replying to Messages

In message window,

Action Bar

Complete message on

Account setup menu opens (if no account is set up).

Follow onscreen prompts to set up account

Internet Mail setup is complete.

Creating/Sending Internet Mail

In application sheet, (Email)

Opening New Internet Mail

When Internet Mail message arrives, ringtone plays and appears.

Drag Status Bar down for Notifications Window

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Inbox opens.

Notifications Window opens.

Tap message notification

Mail Composition window opens.

Enter recipient, subject and text

Message window opens.

・For two or more new messages, Inbox opens; select one.

Message is sent.

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Opening Internet Mail

In application sheet, (Email)

Inbox opens.

Tap message

Message window opens.

Web Browsing (Browser)

View Internet sites in Browser.

Using Browser

By default, Quick toolbox guidance appears when activating

Browser.

・To disable it thereafter, Tap

Don't show again (

Tap Close .

) and

In application sheet, (Browser)

Browser activates.

・Flick to scroll.

Adding Bookmarks

In application sheet, (Browser)

Opening Bookmarks

In application sheet, (Browser)

Browser activates.

Open target webpage Add bookmark

Browser activates.

Bookmark list

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Add bookmark window opens.

Check/edit label, URL, etc.

OK

Current webpage is saved as a bookmark.

Bookmark window opens.

Tap bookmark

Corresponding webpage opens.

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Using History

In application sheet, (Browser)

Saving Webpages

In application sheet, (Browser)

Browser activates.

Bookmark list

Browser activates.

Open target webpage

Current webpage is saved.

Save for offline reading

Opening New Tabs

Open up to 16 webpages in different tabs to switch between them easily.

In application sheet, (Browser)

Bookmark window opens.

HISTORY

History list appears.

Tap item (e.g., Today ) Tap record

Corresponding webpage opens.

・Frequently visited webpages are saved in

Most visited .

Browser activates.

New tab

Another tab opens.

・When multiple tabs are open, Tap to open another tab.

・To switch tabs, Tap target tab.

Tab list

Tab list

in Browser, then Tap

SSL & TLS

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security

(TLS) are encryption protocols that secure Internet transmissions of important/sensitive information such as credit card numbers and corporate secrets, providing protection against online threats (eavesdropping, falsification, impersonation, etc.).

Browser Operations

Signing in to My SoftBank

Access My SoftBank to check service charges or reward points, change contract details (subscribed price plan, optional services, etc.), customize handset address, use anti-spam settings, etc.

In Browser, Bookmark list

Follow onscreen prompts

My SoftBank

Searching for Information

In Browser, Tap URL entry field

Go Tap link

Enter search text

Editing Bookmarks

In Browser, bookmark

Bookmark list

Edit or move bookmark

Touch & Hold

Edit OK

Deleting Bookmarks

In Browser, bookmark

Bookmark list

Delete bookmark Yes

Touch & Hold

Searching within Current Webpage

In Browser, Find on page Enter search text

Search results are highlighted.

Opening Saved Webpages

In Browser,

Tap page

Bookmark list SAVED PAGES

SSL/TLS Caution

When a security notice appears upon opening a webpage, subscribers must decide for themselves whether or not to open the page. Opening secure pages constitutes agreement to the terms of SSL/TLS usage. SoftBank Mobile Corp.,

Sharp Corporation, VeriSign Japan and Cybertrust cannot be held liable for any damages associated with the use of

SSL/TLS.

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Camera

Photo Camera....................................................................64

Video Camera.................................................................... 65

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Photo Camera

Capturing Photos

Capture JPEG images.

・Captured photos are saved to SD Card.

・To capture photos with a blurred background quickly, capture close-ups with Macro set.

In application sheet, (Camera)

Photo Viewfinder appears.

Aim External Camera at subject

・For people, focus automatically locks on detected face.

Shutter sound plays; photo is saved to SD Card.

Photo Viewfinder Operations

Adjusting Brightness

Drag up/down for Brightness Scale

Adjusting Zoom

Drag left/right or Pinch/Spread for Zoom Slider

Locking Focus

Tap subject for focus lock

・To release shutter, Tap the subject again.

・External Camera uses color to track subjects; may not correctly track faintly colored subjects or ones similar to background color.

Opening Captured Photo

Tap preview thumbnail

Album activates ( opens.

appears) and file view window

Using Internal Camera

Use Internal Camera to capture self or others with Lens on

Display side.

・Tap to toggle Internal/External Camera.

・Some functions/settings are not available for Internal

Camera.

Camera Cautions

General Use

Mind etiquette when using Camera.

Keep Lens Clean

Fingerprints/smudges may hinder handset imaging. Clean

Lens with a soft cloth beforehand.

Avoid Direct Sunlight Exposure

Do not expose Lens area to direct sunlight for extended periods; may damage color filter, altering images.

Mobile Light Warning

Do not shine Mobile Light in eyes; may affect eyesight or cause other problems.

Video Camera

Recording Videos

Record H.264/AAC videos.

・Recorded videos are saved to SD Card.

In application sheet, (Camera)

Photo Viewfinder appears.

Video Viewfinder appears.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Aim External Camera at subject to start recording

Tone sounds and recording starts.

to stop recording

Video Viewfinder Operations

Adjusting Brightness

Drag up/down for Brightness Scale

Adjusting Zoom

Drag left/right or Pinch/Spread for Zoom Slider

Opening Recorded Video

Tap preview thumbnail

Album activates ( opens.

appears) and file view window

Using Internal Camera

Use Internal Camera to record self or others with Lens on

Display side.

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・Tap to toggle Internal/External Camera.

・Some functions/settings are not available for Internal

Camera.

Camera Cautions

General Use

Mind etiquette when using Camera.

Keep Lens Clean

Fingerprints/smudges may hinder handset imaging. Clean

Lens with a soft cloth beforehand.

Avoid Direct Sunlight Exposure

Do not expose Lens area to direct sunlight for extended periods; may damage color filter, altering images.

Continuous Recording Time

Recording capacity is 2 GB per file (recording stops when exceeded). To continue recording, start another session.

Mobile Light Warning

Do not shine Mobile Light in eyes; may affect eyesight or cause other problems.

Tone sounds and recording stops; video is saved to SD Card.

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Music & Images

Music & Images.................................................................68

Music Files (Music)........................................................... 68

Still Images & Video (Album)...........................................69

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Music & Images

Main Applications

Application

Music

Album

Description

Play music files saved to SD Card.

Photos and videos shot on handset or downloaded images are sorted into

PORTRAIT, EVENT and MAP tabs.

Music Files (Music)

Playing Music Files

Supported file formats:

・3GPP, 3GPP2, MP4, MP3, AMR, WMA (except WMDRM content), ASF (except WMDRM content), OGG Vorbis, WAVE,

MIDI, XMF, RTTTL/RTX, OTA, iMelody, ADTS raw AAC, FLAC

In application sheet, (Music)

Library opens.

・ appears for the last played song in song list.

Tap category (e.g., Albums )

Tap item Tap song

Song plays.

・In

Songs , Tap song directly.

・After Tapping an item, you may need to Tap another item

(e.g., album name) depending on category.

・Flick left/right to toggle categories.

Still Images & Video (Album)

Photos and videos shot on handset or downloaded images are sorted into PORTRAIT, EVENT and MAP tabs.

Opening/Playing Files

View still images and videos saved to SD Card. See below for supported file formats.

Image

Still Image

Video

File Format

JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, WBMP, WebP

3GPP, 3GPP2, MP4, WMV (except WMDRM content), ASF (except WMDRM content),

WebM, Matroska, MPEG2-TS

In application sheet, (Album)

File list appears.

・Tap

ALL , PORTRAIT , EVENT or MAP to open files by category.

・Flick left/right in file list or folder list to toggle categories.

・When activating Album for the first time,

ALL file list appears. Album activates in the last-used state thereafter

(file list or folder list appears).

・Flick up/down for hidden files.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Tap file

File (file view window) opens.

・For video playback, Tap

, then follow onscreen prompts.

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Connectivity

Wi-Fi...................................................................................72

Tethering Option.............................................................. 74

Bluetooth

®

........................................................................ 75

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Wi-Fi

Use household Wi-Fi networks, etc. to connect to the Internet.

Enabling Wi-Fi

In application sheet, (Settings) Wi-Fi settings

Connecting Selected Access Points

Enable handset Wi-Fi first.

In application sheet, (Settings) Wi-Fi settings

Wi-Fi settings opens.

on Action Bar

Wi-Fi settings opens.

Tap access point

Wi-Fi is enabled ( ).

・Access point search starts; available access points appear upon completion.

・Tap to disable Wi-Fi ( ).

Enter password Connect

Handset connects to selected access point.

・Password (indicated by WEP, WPA, KEY, etc.) may be found on a label on your Wi-Fi router. For details, contact the vendor of the router. For public wireless LAN services, check the password with your ISP.

・Omit password entry for unprotected access points.

Disconnecting Wi-Fi

In application sheet, (Settings) Wi-Fi settings

Using Wi-Fi Direct

Use Wi-Fi Direct to establish a Wi-Fi connection with other

Wi-Fi Direct compatible devices with no need for an access point or Internet connection.

・Enable handset Wi-Fi first.

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In application sheet, (Settings) Wi-Fi settings

Wi-Fi settings opens.

Tap connected access point Forget

Wi-Fi settings opens.

Wi-Fi Direct

Wi-Fi is disconnected.

・Password entry may be required to reconnect to access point.

Found Wi-Fi Direct compatible devices appear in Peer devices field.

・If target device does not appear, Tap

SEARCH FOR

DEVICES to try searching again.

Tap target device authentication

Follow onscreen prompts for

Tapped device is connected.

・A connection request will be canceled if not accepted within a certain period of time.

・To disconnect devices, Tap one then Tap

OK .

Automatic Updates for Optimizing Wi-

Fi Connection

While using Wi-Fi, updates for optimizing connection may be received or applied automatically.

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Wi-Fi Operations

Connecting Access Points Manually

In Wi-Fi settings, ADD NETWORK

SSID protocol

Done

Save

Tap Security field

Enter Network

Tap security

・Available when

Wi-Fi settings is enabled.

・Selected security protocol may require other fields to be completed.

Connecting Using AOSS

In Wi-Fi settings, EASY SETTINGS onscreen prompts

AOSS Follow

Enabling/Disabling Available Network

Notifications

In Wi-Fi settings, notification

Advanced Network

・Available when

Wi-Fi settings is enabled.

・Tap

Network notification to toggle on ( )/off ( ).

Selecting a Wi-Fi Sleep Option

In Wi-Fi settings, policy Tap option

Advanced Wi-Fi sleep

Setting Wi-Fi Frequency Band

In Wi-Fi settings, band Auto ,

Advanced

5 GHz only or

Wi-Fi frequency

2.4 GHz only

Connecting Using WPS

In Wi-Fi settings, EASY SETTINGS

Button Follow onscreen prompts

WPS Push

・Available when

Wi-Fi settings is enabled.

・To connect using the PIN method, Tap

EASY SETTINGS

in Wi-Fi settings, Tap WPS Pin Entry , then follow onscreen prompts.

Dismissing Access Points

In Wi-Fi settings, Touch & Hold access point network Yes

Forget

Troubleshooting

Q.

Cannot detect access points

A.

There may be multiple access points using neighboring channels. In this instance, handset may not detect access points correctly.

Tethering Option

About Tethering Option

Use handset like a Wi-Fi router to access the Internet from a

PC or game device.

・Requires separate subscription.

・Use after checking that handset is updated to the latest software.

Starting Up Tethering Option

In application sheet, (Tethering)

Tethering window appears.

・When Terms of Agreement appear, follow onscreen prompts.

Opening Tethering Option Help

(Japanese)

In application sheet, (Tethering)

Help

Tethering window appears.

Bluetooth

®

Connect handset to other Bluetooth

®

devices for wireless connectivity.

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Bluetooth

®

Functions

Function

Sound output

Handsfree conversation

File transfer

Description

Listen to music, audio, etc. wirelessly.

Use Bluetooth

®

devices (e.g., headsets) for handsfree conversations.

Transfer files between handset and

Bluetooth

®

devices.

Enabling Bluetooth

®

In application sheet, (Settings) Other settings

Help window appears.

Follow onscreen prompts

A description of each item appears.

Wi-Fi Connection

After enabling Wi-Fi connection ( ), it will be automatically disabled ( ) when no connection is made to handset for a certain period of time.

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

®

menu opens.

on Action Bar

Bluetooth

®

is enabled (

・Tap to disable Bluetooth

®

).

( ).

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Pairing with Other Bluetooth

®

Devices

Pair nearby Bluetooth

®

devices with handset to transfer files, for handsfree conversations, or to listen to music.

・Enable Bluetooth

®

on handset and set target devices to be discoverable first.

In application sheet, (Settings) Other settings

Connecting Paired Bluetooth

®

Devices

In application sheet, (Settings) Other settings

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

®

menu opens; found Bluetooth

®

devices appear in Available devices field.

・If target device does not appear, Tap

SEARCH FOR

DEVICES to try searching again.

Tap target device authentication

Follow onscreen prompts for

Pairing completes; handset connects to some devices (e.g., handsfree devices) automatically.

・Authentication procedure varies by device. Passkey entry may be required.

・Passkey is a 1 to 16-digit alphanumeric code required for authentication between handset and other devices.

・Paired devices appear in Paired devices field.

Bluetooth

®

menu opens.

・Paired Bluetooth

®

devices appear in Paired devices field.

Tap target device

Tapped device is connected.

Sending Files (e.g., Address Book)

In application sheet, (Address Book)

Receiving Files (e.g., Address Book)

When file reception request arrives, files: appears. To receive

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Drag Status Bar down for Notifications Window

Address Book opens.

Tap tab Tap contact

Tap Bluetooth

®

share notification Accept

Contact opens.

・Contacts are sorted by the first character of last name

(Read last).

(send) on Action Bar Send by Bluetooth

After file reception, Drag Status Bar down for Notifications

Window

Tap Bluetooth

®

share notification of data Always or Just once

Tap file Register

Yes Tap device

File is sent.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Data is saved.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

・Messages received via Bluetooth

®

can be used from

Contents Manager.

Accepting Connection Requests

Handset automatically accepts connection requests from paired devices. For unpaired devices, set handset to be discoverable first; when connection request arrives, follow onscreen prompts.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

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Bluetooth

®

Connection Operations

Renaming Paired Devices

In Bluetooth

®

menu,

Enter name OK for target device Rename

・Renaming may not be possible if a pictogram is used.

Unpairing Devices

In Bluetooth

®

menu, for target device Unpair

Connecting to Bluetooth

®

Devices by Service

In Bluetooth

®

menu, for target device Tap item

・Available when handset is paired with compatible devices.

Disconnecting Devices (e.g., Handsfree Devices)

In Bluetooth

®

menu, Tap device OK

Setting whether to Allow Other Devices to

Detect Handset

In Bluetooth

®

menu, Tap handset name (default:

SBM303SH )

・Description below handset name changes to Visible to all nearby Bluetooth devices, and handset will be discoverable from other Bluetooth

®

devices for a period of time set in Visibility timeout .

・Handset returns to non-discoverable state automatically after a period of time set in Visibility timeout , and will be hidden from unpaired devices.

Renaming Handset Name that Appears on Other

Devices

In Bluetooth

®

menu, name Rename

Rename phone Enter

・Renaming may not be possible if a pictogram is used.

Changing Timeout Duration

In Bluetooth

®

menu, option

Visibility timeout Tap

・For

Never time out , handset does not return to nondiscoverable state automatically.

Troubleshooting

Q.

Cannot use Bluetooth

®

A.

Airplane mode may be active. Activating Airplane mode disables Bluetooth

®

. (Bluetooth

®

can be enabled again while Airplane mode is active.)

Bluetooth

®

Usage Cautions

Connection

Bluetooth

®

connection may not be possible with some

Bluetooth

®

devices. Noise may interfere with wireless or handsfree conversations.

File Transfer

Files may not appear correctly on recipient devices.

Global Services

Global Roaming................................................................. 80

Calling from Outside Japan.............................................81

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Global Roaming

Handset is Global Roaming Service eligible. Use the same handset number outside Japan.

Selecting a Cellular Provider

Handset connects to an appropriate cellular provider automatically by default. To select a cellular provider manually:

In application sheet, (Settings)

Tap provider

Cellular provider is set.

・To set an appropriate cellular provider automatically, Tap

Choose automatically .

・To search for all available cellular providers, Tap

Search networks .

Other settings Network settings

Mobile networks

Network operators

Calling from Outside Japan

See SoftBank Mobile Website for details: http://mb.softbank.jp/en/global_services/

Access roaming area/rate information or print it out to carry while traveling abroad.

Calling Japan

In application sheet, (Phone) Dial

Calling Landlines & Mobiles within

Current Country

In application sheet, (Phone) Dial

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Call Window opens.

・When missed call window opens, Tap returns, perform again.

. If 3-Line Home

Use onscreen dialpad to enter number

Roaming assistant appears.

・Do not add + before the number.

Call

Japan number

Call Window opens.

・When missed call window opens, Tap returns, perform again.

. If 3-Line Home

Use onscreen dialpad to enter number

Roaming assistant appears.

・Do not add + before the number.

Call

Stay country number

Handset dials the number.

Handset dials the number.

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Calling Countries aside from Japan

In application sheet, (Phone) Dial

Call Window opens.

・When missed call window opens, Tap returns, perform again.

. If 3-Line Home

Use onscreen dialpad to enter number

Roaming assistant appears.

・Do not add + before the number.

Call

Other country number

International Call Operations

Changing Country Codes

In application sheet, settings by list

User list

(Settings)

Tap country code

Call

Tap country code

Register

・Tap

Entry direct directly.

to enter country name and code

Int'l call

Change

Deleting Country Codes

In application sheet, settings User list from list

(Settings) Call

Tap country code

Int'l call

Delete

Enabling/Disabling Abroad Assistant

In application sheet, settings

(Settings)

Abroad assistant

Call

・Tap

Abroad assistant

Disable ( ).

to toggle Enable (

Int'l call

) and

Country code list appears.

Tap country code

Handset dials the number.

・When calling SoftBank handsets, always Tap

日本(JPN) .

Settings

About Settings..................................................................84

Sound Settings..................................................................85

Wallpaper & Display Settings..........................................87

Recent Apps Key Setting................................................. 88

Device Info........................................................................ 88

Add Account......................................................................89

Wi-Fi Settings...................................................................90

Home Applications Setting.............................................. 90

Storage Settings...............................................................91

Application Settings.........................................................91

Data Transfer................................................................... 92

Other Settings..................................................................94

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About Settings

About Settings

In application sheet, Tap following settings.

(Settings) to customize the

Item

Profile

Sound

Wallpaper & display

Energy saving

Recent apps key

Device info

Add account

Wi-Fi settings

Wi-Fi spot settings

Call

Mail settings

Browser settings

Guide

Home applications

Data usage

Storage

Application

Data transfer

Other settings

Description

Check handset number, e-mail address, etc.

Set ringtone, confirmation tones, etc.

Set Wallpaper, Display brightness, etc.

Adjust corresponding settings together at once to save battery power, or check battery status.

Change function to execute when Tapping

Recent apps key.

Check handset status.

Create/add accounts; sync them as needed.

Enable Wi-Fi connection.

Make SoftBank Wi-Fi spot settings.

Set call options.

Set Mail options.

Set Browser options.

Show/hide Guide indicator.

Switch Home application.

Check data usage and set limit.

Check handset/SD Card memory status, mount SD Card and erase SD Card files.

Check installed applications and running applications.

Import files from other mobiles using SD

Card or Bluetooth

®

, or back up handset files to SD Card.

Set operation of other functions.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Set each item

Setting is complete.

Settings opens.

Sound Settings

Sound Settings

Item

Mode settings

Volume

For Incoming call

For new message

For notification

Alarm

Timer

Haptic feedback

Audible touch tones

Dial pad touch tones

Screen lock sounds

Description

Set Silent mode.

Adjust volume levels.

Set ringtone and other options for incoming calls.

Set ringtone and other options for incoming messages.

Set sound and other options for notifications.

Set volume and other options for Alarm.

Set sound and other options for Timer.

Enable Vibration when Tapping dialpad, keys, etc.

Enable confirmation tones when Tapping a menu.

Enable/disable dialpad tones.

Enable tone when locking/unlocking

Touchscreen.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Sound

Sound menu opens.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

Sound Operations

Set Silent Mode

In Sound menu, Mode settings Tap option

・Camera shutter sound, video recording tones, music, video/game sounds, etc. still play even in Silent mode.

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Set Handset Volume

In Sound menu, Volume

Volume OK

Drag each slider to adjust

・Sound plays at set Volume when releasing finger.

Set Ringtone for Incoming Calls

In Sound menu, For Incoming call Melody option ( Media Storage , Sound/Ringtone , etc.)

Always or Just once Tap tone/file OK

Tap

・Sound plays when Tapping a tone/file.

Enable/Disable Vibration for Incoming Calls

In Sound menu, For Incoming call

ON or OFF

Vibration

Set Vibration Pattern for Incoming Calls

In Sound menu, For Incoming call

Tap pattern OK

Vibrator pattern

・Handset vibrates when Tapping a pattern.

Set Notification Lamp Illumination for Incoming

Calls

In Sound menu, For Incoming call Incoming lamp

Blinking pattern or Blinking color Tap item

OK

・Notification Lamp flashes when Tapping an item.

Set Ringtone for Incoming Messages

In Sound menu, For new message

Select melody Tap option (

Melody

Media Storage ,

Sound/Ringtone , etc.) Always or Just once

Tap tone/file OK

・Sound plays when Tapping a tone/file.

・To disable ringtone, Tap

OFF instead of Select melody .

Set Vibration Pattern for Incoming Messages

In Sound menu, For new message pattern OK

Vibrator

・Handset vibrates when Tapping a pattern.

Tap

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Set Notification Lamp Illumination for Incoming

Messages

In Sound menu, For new message Reception lamp

Blinking pattern or Blinking color Tap item

OK

・Notification Lamp flashes when Tapping an item.

Set Ringtone Duration for Incoming Messages

In Sound menu, For new message

Ring time setting Select time

Ring duration

OK

・For

Ring single song end.

, selected tone/file plays to the

Set Ringtone for Notifications

In Sound menu, For notification sounds Tap option (

Notification

Media Storage , Sound/

Ringtone , etc.) Always or Just once Tap tone/file OK

・Sound plays when Tapping a tone/file.

Enable/Disable Notification Lamp for

Notifications

In Sound menu, For notification light

Pulse notification

・Tap

Pulse notification light to toggle on ( )/off

( ).

・Disable

Pulse notification light to save battery power.

Set Ringtone Duration for Notifications

In Sound menu, For notification

Ring time setting Select time

Ring duration

OK

・For

Ring single song , selected tone/file plays to the end.

Enable Vibration when Tapping Dialpad, Keys,

Etc.

In Sound menu, Haptic feedback

・Tap

Haptic feedback to toggle on ( )/off (

・Disable

Haptic feedback to save battery power.

).

Enable Confirmation Tones when Tapping a

Menu

In Sound menu, Audible touch tones

・Tap

Audible touch tones to toggle on ( )/off (

・Disable

Audible touch tones to save battery power.

).

Enable/Disable Dialpad Tones

In Sound menu, Dial pad touch tones

・Tap

Dial pad touch tones to toggle on (

・Disable

Dial pad touch tones

)/off (

to save battery power.

).

Enable Tone when Locking/Unlocking

Touchscreen

In Sound menu, Screen lock sounds

・Tap

Screen lock sounds to toggle on (

・Disable

Screen lock sounds

)/off (

to save battery power.

).

Wallpaper & Display Settings

Wallpaper & Display Settings

Item

Wallpaper

Welcome

Sheet(lock screen)

Screen edge effect

Brightness

Screen timeout

Quality mode

Auto-rotate screen

Screen on/off with motion

Font Settings

VeilView

Daydream

Display left percents of

Battery

Description

Set Wallpaper for SH HOME (Home application).

Set Wallpaper and other options for

Welcome sheet (lock screen).

Set effect that appears on Display edges when Display turns on.

Set Display brightness.

Set a period of inactivity after which

Display turns off automatically.

Select a mode (combination of Display color tone and brightness).

Set whether to rotate Display with handset orientation automatically.

Set Display to turn on/off according to handset movement or operation.

Set font size and font type.

Prevent peeking.

Set screensaver to activate when Display turns off while charging.

Set whether to show battery strength in percent.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Wallpaper & display

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Set each item

Setting is complete.

Wallpaper & Display Operations

Set Preloaded Image as Wallpaper

Change Wallpaper for SH Home (Home application).

In Wallpaper & display menu, Wallpaper

Live Wallpapers or Wallpaper gallery or Just once Select image

OK

Always

Set wallpaper or

Set to wallpaper

・For some images, additional settings are available. Follow onscreen prompts.

Set Still Image as Wallpaper for Welcome

Sheet (Lock Screen)

In Wallpaper & display menu, Welcome Sheet(lock screen) Welcome Sheet wallpaper Tap in

Image field Tap page (e.g., Page 1 )

(e.g., Contents manager )

Tap option

Follow onscreen prompts

・To remove Wallpaper, Tap

To cancel the setting when

Tapping an option.

Set a Period of Inactivity after which Display

Turns Off

Tap In Wallpaper & display menu, Screen timeout time

・Set a shorter time to save battery power.

Set whether to Keep Display Turned On while

Hand-Holding Handset

In Wallpaper & display menu, Screen on/off with motion

Bright Keep ON (Notify) , ON (Not notify) or OFF

・For

ON (Notify) , appears indicating Bright Keep is enabled.

・For

ON (Notify) and ON (Not notify) , regardless of

Screen timeout setting, Display turns off shortly after placing handset horizontally.

・Hand-held state is determined based on handset angle and Proximity/Light Sensor responses; may not be determined correctly depending on usage status.

Wallpaper & display menu opens.

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Recent Apps Key Setting

Recent Apps Key Setting

In application sheet, (Settings)

Device Info

Device Info

Check handset status.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Recent apps key

Device info

Device info menu opens.

・For details on Software update, see " Software Updates

."

Quick Launcher or Recent applications

Setting is complete.

Device Info Operations

Make Developer Options Available

In Device info menu, Tap Build number seven times

・To access developer options, open Settings, then Tap

Other settings Developer options .

Check Handset Status (Battery Status, Handset

Number, Etc.)

In Device info menu, Status

・Tap

Battery status to check battery performance.

・Tap

IMEI to view barcode with IMEI number.

Diagnose Handset

In Device info menu, Self check

Tap item(s)( ) Next diagnosis Follow onscreen prompts

Start checking

Next Start

・To select (

) or cancel ( ) all items together at once, in Select to diagnosis window, Tap (check all) or (uncheck all) on Action Bar.

Reboot Handset in Safe Mode

In Device info menu, Self check mode OK

Reboot with safe

・Handset reboots in the near-default state.

・To exit safe mode, Tap

Self check in Device info menu Reboot to cancel safe mode OK .

Check Handset Diagnosis Records

In Device info menu, Self check record Follow onscreen prompts

Tap diagnosis

Calibrate Touchscreen

Calibrate Touchscreen to improve response. Hold handset normally during calibration.

In Device info menu, onscreen prompts

Adjust touch panel Follow

Calibrate Motion & Electromagnetic Sensors

In Device info menu, Adjust sensitivity of sensor

OK Follow onscreen prompts (tone sounds when calibration completes) OK

Check Legal Information, Authentication, &

Technical Regulations Conformity Certification

In Device info menu, Legal information ,

Authentication or Technical Regulations Conformity

Certification

Add Account

Add Account

Create/add accounts; sync them as needed.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Add account

Tap account type Follow onscreen prompts

An account is added.

Select Applications to Sync by Account

In application sheet,

Tap account

(Settings) Tap account type

Tap sync option(s) ( )

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Wi-Fi Settings

Wi-Fi Settings

In application sheet, (Settings)

Home Applications Setting

Home Applications Setting

Set Home application.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Wi-Fi settings

Wi-Fi settings opens.

on Action Bar

Wi-Fi is enabled ( ).

・Access point search starts; available access points appear upon completion.

・Tap to disable Wi-Fi ( ).

Tap access point Enter password Connect

Handset connects to selected access point.

・Password (indicated by WEP, WPA, KEY, etc.) may be found on a label on your Wi-Fi router. For details, contact the vendor of the router. For public wireless LAN services, check the password with your ISP.

・Omit password entry for unprotected access points.

・See "

Wi-Fi

" for more about Wi-Fi settings and operations.

Home applications

Home applications menu opens.

Tap Home application

Setting is complete.

Storage Settings

Storage Settings

Item

Total space

Available

Mount microSD

Unmount microSD

Erase microSD

Preferred install location microSD backup

Description

Check total space in handset memory and

SD Card.

Check free space in handset memory and

SD Card.

Mount SD Card.

See " Unmounting SD Card

" for details.

Unmount SD Card to remove it safely.

See " Unmounting SD Card

" for details.

Format SD Card.

See " Formatting SD Card

" for details.

Set install location for applications.

Back up files to SD Card.

For details on Backup and Restore , see "

Data Transfer

."

In application sheet, (Settings)

Application Settings

Application Settings

Check installed applications and running applications.

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In application sheet, (Settings)

Application

Storage

Application menu opens.

・Tap

DOWNLOADED , ON SD CARD , RUNNING or ALL

to show applications by category.

・Flick application list left/right to toggle categories.

Tap application

Application information appears.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

Storage menu opens.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

Set Install Location for Applications

In Storage menu, Preferred install location Tap item

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Data Transfer

Import files from other mobiles using SD Card or Bluetooth

®

, or back up handset files to SD Card.

Restoring Backup Files from SD Card

In application sheet, (Settings)

Tap item Tap backup file

Delete and register

Add registration or

Data transfer

・To select (

) or cancel ( at once, in Restore item list, Tap

(uncheck all) on Action Bar.

) all available items together

(check all) or

Yes

Restore starts.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Complete

Restore is complete.

Data transfer window opens.

・Tap

Function information for a tutorial (Japanese) on functions.

Data import Import

・If SD Card is not inserted or there is no backup file on inserted SD Card, Select device to import from window opens. Follow onscreen prompts.

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Backing up Files to SD Card

In application sheet, (Settings)

Tap item(s)

Data transfer

・To select (

) or cancel ( ) all available items together at once, in Backup item list, Tap

(uncheck all) on Action Bar.

(check all) or

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Save Yes

Data transfer window opens.

・Tap

Function information for a tutorial (Japanese) on functions.

Save data to microSD

Backup starts.

Complete

Backup is complete.

Backup Caution

Backup requires 11 MB of free space in handset memory.

Backup stops if Battery runs low. Check battery charge beforehand.

Enter Operation Password OK

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Other Settings

Other Settings

Item

Location services

Bluetooth

Network settings

Lock &

Security

Secrecy settings

Contacts data access monitor

Language & input

Date & time

Accessibility

Initial setting

Reset all

Description

Enable location information.

Set Bluetooth

®

connections.

Set Airplane mode, mobile network, etc.

Set Screen lock, Operation Password, etc.

Hide contacts, messaging folders, etc.

Control access of applications to Address

Book.

Set functions for language and text entry.

Set functions for date and time.

Set functions for text-to-speech, etc.

Perform initial setup manually.

Delete all handset memory files.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Bluetooth

®

Settings

In application sheet, (Settings)

Other settings

Other settings opens.

Bluetooth

Other settings

Bluetooth

®

menu opens.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

・For details on each item, see "

Bluetooth

®

."

Other settings opens.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

Network Settings

Item

Airplane mode

NFC/Osaifu-

Keitai settings

Wireless output

(Miracast)

Home network settings

VPN settings

Mobile networks

Description

Leaving power on, suspend signaltransmitting functions.

Set functioning of NFC/Osaifu-Keitai

®

.

Set wireless output.

Share media files with other devices over a home network.

Set virtual private networks (VPNs).

Set Network options.

For details on Network operators , see

"

Global Roaming

."

In application sheet, (Settings)

Set each item

Setting is complete.

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Other settings

Other settings opens.

Network settings

Network settings opens.

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Network Settings Operations

Enable/Disable Signal-Transmitting Functions

In Network settings, Airplane mode

・Tap

Airplane mode to toggle on ( )/off ( ).

Enable/Disable Sharing of SD Card Media Files on DLNA Devices

In Network settings, Home network settings network server

Home

・Set up

Wi-Fi for home NW server beforehand.

・Tap

Home network server to toggle on ( )/off

( ).

・See TV user guide to learn how to connect handset to

DLNA-compatible TV.

Set up a Network (Wi-Fi Access Point) for

DLNA Service

In Network settings, Home network settings for home NW server Tap access point

・Available when

Home network server is disabled.

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Wi-Fi

Save Handset Name that Appears on DLNA

Devices

In Network settings, Home network settings network server name name OK

Tap server name field

・Available when

Home network server is disabled.

Home

Enter

Add Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

In Network settings, VPN settings

Bar Set Save on Action

・Set up pattern, Lock No. passcode or password for Screen lock beforehand.

・Tap an added VPN to connect/disconnect it. Touch & Hold to edit/delete it.

Enable/Disable Mobile Data Transmissions

In Network settings, Mobile networks transmission

・Tap

Data transmission to toggle on (

Data

)/off ( ).

Enable/Disable Data Roaming

In Network settings, Mobile networks roaming

Data

・Tap

Data roaming to toggle on ( )/off ( ).

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

Add Access Points

In Network settings, Mobile networks

Names New APN Tap item

Save

Access Point

Set

Delete Added Access Points

In Network settings, Mobile networks

Names Reset to default

Access Point

Select whether to Use 4G LTE & 4G Networks

In Network settings, Mobile networks

・Tap

Use 4G to toggle on ( )/off ( ).

Use 4G

Lock & Security Settings

Item

Operation password setting

Screen lock

NFC screenunlock settings

Owner info

USIM card lock settings

Visible passwords

Device administrator

Unknown sources

Verify apps

Use secure credentials

Install from microSD

Clear credentials

Description

Set Operation Password to use or change some functions.

See " Setting Operation Password " for

details.

Set Screen lock option.

Use IC Card (NFC) as an option to cancel

Screen lock.

Show owner information in Welcome sheet (lock screen).

Set whether to require PIN entry when powering on.

See " USIM PIN

" for details.

Show/hide passwords as you type.

Enable/disable device management options.

Enable/disable installation of non-Google

Play applications.

When installing a malicious application, show a warning or prevent its installation.

Control access of applications to secure certificates and other authentication information.

Install encrypted authentication information from SD Card.

Delete all authentication information and reset password for authentication information storage.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Lock & Security

Lock & Security menu opens.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

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Other settings

Other settings opens.

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Lock & Security Operations

Disable Screen Lock

In Lock & Security menu, Screen lock None

・When an option other than

None or Slide is selected, after Tapping Screen lock , cancel Screen lock to proceed.

Require Dragging for Canceling Screen Lock

In Lock & Security menu, Screen lock Slide

・When an option other than

None or Slide is selected, after Tapping Screen lock , cancel Screen lock to proceed.

Require Face Recognition for Canceling Screen

Lock

In Lock & Security menu, Screen lock Face Unlock

Read message

Align face with guide

Continue Tap secondary unlock option (in case of face recognition failure) Set pattern or passcode

OK

Set it up Continue

Face captured. appears

・When an option other than

None or Slide is selected, after Tapping Screen lock , cancel Screen lock to proceed.

Require Pattern Drawing for Canceling Screen

Lock

In Lock & Security menu, Screen lock

Draw pattern Continue

Pattern

Draw pattern again

Confirm

・When an option other than

None or Slide is selected, after Tapping Screen lock , cancel Screen lock to proceed.

・If a Google Account has been set up,

Pattern reminder

appears after failing to cancel Screen Lock five consecutive times. Tap Pattern reminder and sign in to the Google Account to cancel Screen Lock.

Require Passcode Entry for Canceling Screen

Lock

In Lock & Security menu, Screen lock

Enter passcode

OK

Continue

Lock No.

Re-enter passcode

・When an option other than

None or Slide is selected, after Tapping Screen lock , cancel Screen lock to proceed.

Require Password Entry for Canceling Screen

Lock

In Lock & Security menu, Screen lock

Enter password Continue

Password

Re-enter password

OK

・When an option other than

None or Slide is selected, after Tapping Screen lock , cancel Screen lock to proceed.

Set whether to Show Owner Information in

Welcome Sheet (Lock Screen)

In Lock & Security menu, Owner info info on lock screen

Show owner

・Tap

Show owner info on lock screen to toggle on

( )/off ( ).

・After enabling

Show owner info on lock screen owner information.

・To show owner information, Tap

, enter in Welcome sheet

(lock screen). (Tap to hide it.)

Enable/Disable Installation of Non-Google Play

Applications

In Lock & Security menu, Unknown sources

・Tap

Unknown sources to toggle on ( )/off (

・If confirmation appears, follow onscreen prompts.

).

Screen Lock Caution

Do not forget pattern, Lock No. passcode or password set for canceling Screen lock (write it down if necessary). If you forget it, visit the nearest SoftBank Shop for recovery procedure. Note that your files and settings will be lost during the recovery process.

Contacts Data Access Monitor Setting

Control access of applications to Address Book.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Other settings

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Language & Input Settings

Item

Select language

Spell checker

Personal dictionary

Default

Google

Keyboard

Google voice typing iWnn IME - SH edition

Voice Search

Text-tospeech output

Pointer speed

Description

Select handset interface language.

Enable/disable spelling correction.

Save words to user dictionary.

Set default input method.

Set functioning of Google Keyboard.

Enable/disable voice input.

Set functioning of iWnn IME - SH edition.

Set voice search options.

Set text-to-speech options.

Set pointer speed for mouse/trackpad use.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Other settings opens.

Contacts data access monitor

Other settings

Contacts data access monitor window opens.

Tap application

OK

Permit access or Prohibit access

Other settings opens.

Language & input

Setting is complete.

・Select

Notify statusbar.

to show a notification when an application accesses Address Book.

Language & input menu opens.

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Set each item

Setting is complete.

Language & Input Operations

Select Handset Interface Language

In Language & input menu, Select language option

Tap

Save Words to User Dictionary

In Language & input menu, Personal dictionary

Tap Phrase field

Enter keyword

Select language

Enter word/phrase

Done

Next

Tap Language field

・To delete a word, Tap it then Tap .

Set Functioning of Google Keyboard

In Language & input menu,

Tap item for Google Keyboard

Follow onscreen prompts

・For some items, setting completes when Tapping the item.

Set iWnn IME - SH edition

In Language & input menu,

Tap item Tap item for iWnn IME - SH edition

Follow onscreen prompts

Date & Time Settings

Item

Automatic date & time

Auto timezone

Set date

Set time

Select time zone

Use 24-hour format

Choose date format

Description

Set date and time automatically.

Enable/disable automatic time zone adjustment.

Set date manually.

Set time manually.

Set time zone manually.

Enable/disable 24-hour format.

Set date format.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Other settings

Other settings opens.

Date & time

Date & time menu opens.

Set each item

Setting is complete.

Date & Time Operations

Set Date & Time Automatically

In Date & time menu, Automatic date & time

・Tap

Automatic date & time to toggle on (

( ).

)/off

Enable/Disable Automatic Time Zone

Adjustment

In Date & time menu, Auto timezone

・Tap

Auto timezone to toggle on ( )/off ( ).

Set Date Manually

In Date & time menu, Set date Select date

・Available when

Automatic date & time is disabled.

OK

Set Time Manually

In Date & time menu, Set time Select time

・Available when

Automatic date & time is disabled.

OK

Set Time Zone Manually

In Date & time menu, Select time zone area

・Available when

Auto timezone is disabled.

Tap country/

Enable/Disable 24-hour Format

In Date & time menu, Use 24-hour format

・Tap

Use 24-hour format to toggle on ( )/off ( ).

Set Date Format

In Date & time menu, Choose date format option

Tap

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Reset All

Delete all handset memory files.

・Reset all deletes all handset memory files including some preinstalled applications irreversibly. Back up important information before performing Reset all.

In application sheet, (Settings)

Other settings

Other settings opens.

Reset all Reset all

Enter Operation Password

Reset all window opens.

OK

102

Read message Reset phone

・To delete all SD Card files simultaneously, Tap

Delete data in microSD as well.

( ).

Erase everything

Reset all starts.

Appendix

File Storage.....................................................................104

Backup & Import.............................................................104

Specifications..................................................................105

Customer Service............................................................106

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File Storage

File Save Location

・Use handset memory and SD Cards to save files. See " SD

Card

" for more about SD Cards including insertion/removal procedure.

・Save locations of created files are fixed. See below for main file types and their save location.

Description File Type

Address Book,

Bookmark,

Calendar,

Mail, Notepad

Still images

(photos), videos, TV programs

Created files are saved to handset memory.

Created files are saved to SD Card.

Backup & Import

Backup/Import Options

Option

Anshin Backup

Corresponding applications

Settings

Transfer to other devices

(e.g., PCs)

Description

Back up files to cloud server or SD Cards, and restore to handset as needed.

Depending on application, backup/import settings can be changed.

Back up or restore files to/from SD Cards

via Settings. See " Data Transfer " for

details.

Connect handset to a PC or other device and transfer files to it.

Specifications

Handset

Handset specifications are as follows.

・Times below were measured with Eco backlight control disabled, Outdoor view disabled, Brightness set to approximately half of maximum (11 of 21).

・Times below may vary with location, status, settings, etc.

・Display employs precision technology; however, some pixels may remain on/off.

Item

Weight

Internal

Battery

Capacity

Continuous

Talk Time

2

Description

117 g (with Internal Battery)

1

2,120 mAh

Continuous

Standby

Time

3

3G: 1,000 minutes

1

GSM: 650 minutes

1

3G: 550 hours

1

GSM: 450 hours

1

4G (AXGP Network): 380 hours

1

4G (FDD-LTE Network): 450 hours

1

Continuous

TV (One Seg)

Viewing Time

4

Charging

Time

5

Dimensions (W x H x D)

8.5 hours

1

150 minutes

1

Maximum

Output

Maximum

Transmission

Speed

6

63 mm x 124 mm x 9.9 mm (without protruding parts)

1

3G: 0.25 W

GSM (900 MHz): 2 W, GSM (1800 MHz,

1900 MHz): 1 W

4G: 0.2 W

SoftBank 4G: 110 Mbps in downlink, 10

Mbps in uplink

SoftBank 4G LTE: 75 Mbps

7

in downlink,

25 Mbps in uplink

1 Approximate value.

2 Average measured with handset fully charged, in strong signal conditions at rest.

3 Average measured with handset fully charged, without calls or operations, in strong signal conditions at rest, and with Data transmission and Urgent News disabled. May vary with battery strength, ambient temperature, settings, etc.

4 Average measured with handset fully charged, with

Audio settings set to Natural in landscape view (full screen), using Headphones with Mic (optional accessory) at maximum volume, until Battery runs low (10% of capacity).

Viewing time may vary with signal strength and content to be viewed.

5 Measured with power off using AC Charger.

6 Provided on a best-effort basis; transmission speed may decrease or transmission may become unavailable due to traffic conditions, network environment, etc. In addition, transmission speed varies by area.

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7 Maximum downlink speed is 37.5 Mbps in some areas.

For Network coverage information, see SoftBank Mobile

Website (such information may be available in Japanese only).

AC Charger

Item

Power Source

Output

Voltage/

Current

Charging

Temperature

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Cable Length

Material/

Finishing

Description

AC 100 V - 240 V, 50/60 Hz

DC 5.0 V/1.0 A

5 o

C to 35 o

C

40 mm x 53 mm x 23 mm (without protruding parts, cable)

1

1.5 m

1

PC, MBS, PBT, and TPE resin; copper alloy;

SUS/Ni plating

1 Approximate value.

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Customer Service

For SoftBank handset or service information, call General

Information. For repairs, call Customer Assistance.

SoftBank Customer Support

General Information

From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 157

From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-919-0157

Customer Assistance (Repairs/Lost

Handsets)

From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 113

From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-919-0113

If you cannot reach a toll free number, use the number

(charges apply) below for your service area:

Hokkaido Area, Tohoku Area, Hokuriku Area, Kanto &

Koshinetsu Area: 022-380-4380

Tokai Area: 052-388-2002

Kansai Area: 06-7669-0180

Chugoku Area, Shikoku Area, Kyushu & Okinawa Area:

092-687-0010

Smartphone Technical Support Center

From a SoftBank handset, dial toll free at 151

From a landline/IP phone, dial toll free at 0800-1700-151

SoftBank Mobile Global Call Center

From outside Japan, dial +81-92-687-0025 (toll free from

SoftBank handsets)

If handset is lost/stolen, call this number immediately

(international charges apply)

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions.........................................................108

Important Product Information.....................................113

Handset & Hardware Care............................................. 114

General Notes................................................................. 116

FCC Notice...................................................................... 118

RF Exposure Information/Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)

Information..................................................................... 119

Water Resistance............................................................120

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Safety Precautions

Read Safety Precautions before using handset.

Observe precautions to avoid injury to self or others, or damage to property.

SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for any damages resulting from use of this product.

Safety Precautions

These labels show degree of risk from improper use; learn them before reading on:

Label Description

Great risk of death or serious injury

Risk of death or serious injury

Risk of minor injury or damage to property

These symbols signify prohibited/compulsory actions; learn them before reading on:

Symbol Description

Prohibited actions

Disassembly prohibited

Exposure to liquids prohibited

Use with wet hands prohibited

Compulsory actions

Unplug from outlet

Handset, USIM Card, SD Card, Charger

(including Optional Accessories), Micro

USB Cable (Optional Accessory)

Use specified Charger and Micro USB Cable only.

Non-specified equipment use may cause Internal Battery to leak, overheat, burst or ignite, and may cause Charger to overheat, ignite, malfunction, etc.

Do not disassemble, modify or solder handset or related hardware.

May cause fire, injury, electric shock or malfunction.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.

Modifying handsets is prohibited by the Radio Law and subject to penalty.

Do not expose internal handset parts or

Charger to liquids.

Do not let exposed internal parts remain wet; do not charge while they are wet. May cause overheating, electric shock, fire, injury or malfunction. Use only as directed.

Do not charge, use, or leave handset or related hardware in extreme heat (fire, heat sources, direct sunlight, inside vehicles, etc.).

Do not charge, leave, use, or be carrying handset or related hardware in a warm place or where heat collects, such as under a kotatsu

(blanketed warming table) or electric blanket, next to a kairo (worn warming patch), etc.

May cause warping/malfunction; Internal Battery may leak, overheat, ignite or burst. Handset or related hardware may become hot to the touch, leading to burns or other problems.

Do not force Charger into handset. Check Micro

USB plug orientation; retry.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.

Display uses tempered glass; however, do not subject to impact or apply excessive force.

Display may break, scattering sharp glass pieces. Should

Display break, do not touch glass pieces or broken parts directly; may cause injury.

Do not place handset or Charger in/on ovens, microwave ovens, pressure cookers, induction stoves or other cooking appliances.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst or ignite.

Handset/Charger may overheat, emit smoke, ignite, malfunction, etc.

Keep handset off and Charger disconnected near gas stations or places with fire/explosion risk.

Handset use near petrochemicals or other flammables may cause fire/explosion; power off before using NFC (including

Osaifu-Keitai

®

) at gas stations; unlock NFC (including

Osaifu-Keitai

®

) before powering off.

Do not drop/throw or subject to strong impact.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst or ignite, resulting in fire, electric shock, malfunction, etc.

For unusual sound/odor, smoke or other abnormality:

Continued use may cause fire, electric shock, etc.; grasp plug to disconnect Charger, then power off, being careful not to burn or injure yourself.

Keep liquid (e.g., pet urine) and conductive material (e.g., pencil lead, metal strip/jewelry) away from External Device Port.

May cause short-circuiting, resulting in fire, malfunction, etc.

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Never charge handset while it is wet.

May cause fire, malfunction, burns, etc. due to electric shock or short-circuiting.

Do not expose handset or related hardware to hot air from dryers or other sources to dry them or for other purposes. Avoid saunas or hot water.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst or ignite.

Handset/Charger may overheat, emit smoke, ignite, malfunction, etc.

Do not place handset or related hardware on unstable surfaces.

Handset or related hardware may fall, resulting in injury, malfunction, etc.; take added care when Vibration is set or while charging.

Keep handset and related hardware away from infants and pets.

Infants and pets may choke from swallowing handset or related hardware or be injured, etc.

For use of handset/related hardware by child, explain instructions and supervise use.

Misuse may cause injury or other problems.

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Internal Battery

Use/dispose of Internal Battery according to battery type.

Symbol on Label

Li-ion00 Lithium-ion

Battery Type

Do not dispose of handset in fire.

Internal Battery may leak, burst, ignite, etc.

Do not damage (nail, hammer, stomp, etc.) handset or subject it to strong impact.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.

If battery fluid gets in eyes, do not rub; rinse with clean water and consult a doctor immediately.

Eyes may be severely damaged.

If battery fluid contacts skin or clothes, discontinue handset use and rinse with clean water immediately.

May cause skin damage.

If charging continues even after specified

Charging Time, stop charging.

Internal Battery may leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.

For abnormal odor, excessive heat, discoloration or distortion, move handset away from sources of flame, being careful not to burn or injure yourself.

Continued use may cause Internal Battery to leak, overheat, burst, ignite, etc.

Do not let your pet bite handset; if this occurs, do not use that handset.

Pet bites may cause Internal Battery to leak, overheat, burst or ignite. May cause handset/related hardware to malfunction, or fire may result.

Do not dispose of handset with ordinary refuse.

Battery is built into handset; take handset to a SoftBank

Shop for appropriate disposal.

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Handset

Do not use handset while driving or cycling.

Accidents may result.

Phone use while driving or cycling is prohibited by law and subject to penalty; park legally beforehand.

Power off near electronic devices that employ high precision control systems or weak signals.

May cause electronic malfunctions or other problems. Take added care near these devices: Hearing aids, implanted pacemakers/defibrillators and other electronic medical equipment; fire alarms, automatic doors and other automatic control devices.

Power off before boarding aircraft to avoid possible radio wave interference with aircraft operations.

If mobile phone use is allowed on board, follow airline instructions regarding handset use.

Users with a heart condition should adjust ringtone Vibration and Volume as needed.

May cause heart damage.

If thunder is audible while outdoors, power off; find cover.

There is a risk of lightning strike or electric shock.

Do not look into Infrared Port during Infrared transmissions.

Eyesight may be affected.

Do not shine Mobile Light in eyes.

May temporarily affect eyesight or startle, leading to accidents.

Do not use handset when it may affect a vehicle's electronic equipment.

Handset use inside vehicles may cause electronic equipment to malfunction, resulting in accidents.

For any skin irritation associated with use, discontinue use and consult a doctor.

Metal and other materials may cause skin irritation, rashes, or itchiness depending on your physical condition.

Keep handset away from magnetic items (e.g., magnetic cards).

Data on bank cards, credit cards, telephone cards, floppy disks, etc. may be lost.

Do not swing handset by Strap.

May harm self or others; Strap may break, resulting in injury or handset malfunction/breakage.

Handset may become hot while in use, especially in high temperatures.

Prolonged contact with skin may cause burns.

Always maintain some distance from Speaker while ringtones, music or other handset sounds play.

Excessive volume may damage ears or hearing.

Watch One Seg from a distance in good light.

Watching in poor light or too close may affect eyesight.

Moderate handset Volume when using

Headphones.

Excessive volume may damage ears or hearing.

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Charger (including Optional Accessories)

Do not cover/wrap Charger while charging.

Charger may overheat, resulting in fire, malfunction, etc.

Use only the specified voltage.

Non-specified voltages may cause fire, malfunction, etc.

・AC Charger: AC 100 V - 240 V Input

・In-Car Charger (use in negative earth vehicles only): DC

12 V/24 V Input

Do not use power adapters designed for overseas travel.

Transformer use may cause fire, electric shock or malfunction.

Unplug Charger for periods of disuse; grasp plug to disconnect.

May cause electric shock, fire or malfunction.

If liquid (water, pet urine, etc.) gets inside, grasp plug to disconnect it immediately.

May cause electric shock, smoke or fire.

To remove debris, grasp plug to disconnect

Charger, then clean with a dry cloth.

Fire may result.

Plug Charger firmly into the outlet, keeping the plug and terminals away from conductive material (pencil lead, metal strip/jewelry, etc.).

May cause electric shock, short-circuiting, fire, etc.

Do not touch plug with wet hands.

May cause electric shock, malfunction, etc.

Do not touch Charger if thunder is audible.

May cause electric shock or other problems.

Do not use Charger in high humidity or near water (in bathrooms, shower rooms, etc.).

May cause fire, electric shock or malfunction.

Do not use In-Car Charger in positive earth vehicles.

May cause fire or other problems. Use in negative earth vehicles only.

Use only the specified fuse for In-Car Charger.

Non-specified fuse may cause fire or malfunction. See In-

Car Charger manual for details.

Grasp plug to disconnect Charger before cleaning.

May cause electric shock or other problems.

Always grasp plug (not cord/cable) to disconnect Charger.

Pulling plug by cord/cable may damage cord/cable and cause electric shock, fire, etc.

Do not subject Charger to strong impact while it is plugged in.

May cause malfunction or injury.

Handset Use & Electronic Medical

Equipment

This section is based on "Guidelines on the Use of Radio

Communications Equipment such as Cellular Telephones and

Safeguards for Electronic Medical Equipment" (Electromagnetic

Compatibility Conference, April 1997) and "Guidelines to safeguard implanted medical devices against radio emissions from the use of radio equipment" (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, January 2013).

Persons with implanted pacemaker/defibrillator should keep handset more than 15 cm away.

Radio waves may interfere with implanted pacemakers or defibrillators.

Before using electronic medical equipment other than implanted pacemaker/defibrillator outside medical facilities, consult the vendor on radio wave effects.

Radio waves may interfere with electronic medical equipment.

If it may not be possible to keep handset

15 cm away from other persons (e.g., in a crowded situation where you cannot move freely), suspend signal-transmitting functions

(e.g., by activating Airplane mode) or power off beforehand. If an application that automatically powers handset on is installed, disable that feature before powering off.

Persons with implanted pacemaker/defibrillator may be near.

Radio waves may interfere with implanted pacemakers or defibrillators causing such devices to malfunction.

Observe these rules inside medical facilities to avoid effects of radio waves on electronic medical equipment:

・Do not enter an operating room or an Intensive or

Coronary Care Unit while carrying a handset.

・Keep handset off in hospitals.

・Even in lobbies or other places where mobile phone use is permitted, keep handset off near electronic medical equipment.

・Obey medical facility rules on mobile phone use.

Important Product Information

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General Use

・If your USIM Card or handset (with USIM Card inserted) is lost or stolen, suspend your service immediately. For details,

contact SoftBank Customer Support, General Information

.

・Handset transmissions may be disrupted inside buildings, tunnels or underground, or when moving into/out of such places; may affect calls.

・Use handset without disturbing others.

・Handsets are radios as stipulated by the Radio Law. Under the Radio Law, handsets must be submitted for inspection upon request.

・Handset use near landlines, TVs or radios may cause interference.

・Beware of eavesdropping.

Because this service is completely digital, the possibility of signal interception is greatly reduced. However, some transmissions may be overheard.

Eavesdropping

Deliberate/accidental interception of communications constitutes eavesdropping.

・Beware of harmful/malicious websites. Take added care when posting personal information.

・An export license may be required to carry handset into other countries if it is to be used by or transferred to another person. However, no such license is required when taking handset abroad for personal use on a vacation or business trip and then bringing it back. Export control regulations in the United States provide that an export license granted by the US government is required to carry handset into Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria.

Heat from Handset Use

・Handset internal temperature may increase depending on usage or environment, causing housing to heat up. (Handset may stop charging or Display brightness may be adjusted for safety.) After a period of handset use under such conditions, warning appears and handset shuts down after approximately 3 minutes. To lower internal temperature and prevent automatic shutdown, exit all applications and activate Screen lock.

・After a period of Camera use at high internal temperature, warning appears and handset automatically shuts down after approximately 1 minute. (Shot image is saved.)

Camera

・Mind etiquette when using Camera.

・Test Camera before shooting special moments.

・Do not use Camera in places where shooting is prohibited.

・Shot images may not be used/transferred without copyright holder (photographer) permission, except for personal use.

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One Seg

・Handset One Seg reception may be disrupted inside buildings, tunnels or underground, or when moving into/out of such places; may affect One Seg images.

In-Call/Transmission Cautions

・During calls/transmissions, calling/transmission charges/ fees apply even if other functions or operations are simultaneously in use.

・Transmissions involving JavaScript may incur high charges.

Urgent News (Application)

・Handset receives alerts by default (Urgent News Incoming

Setting is enabled).

・Alert tones sound even in Silent mode.

・Alerts are not received during calls/transmissions or in poor signal conditions.

・Depending on usage/situation, handset may receive alerts for other areas or no alerts.

・Standby Time may decrease when Urgent News Incoming

Setting is enabled.

・SoftBank Mobile Corp. cannot be held liable for any damages associated with this service, including accidents resulting from received information, reception timing or reception failure.

Handset & Hardware Care

Handset & Hardware Care

・During periods of disuse, charge handset to approximately

40% at least once every 6 months; if left uncharged, files/ settings may be affected or handset may become unusable.

SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for any resulting damages.

・Use handset within 5 o

C - 35 o

C (up to 40 o

C for brief periods in bathrooms, shower rooms, etc.) and 35% - 90% humidity.

・Avoid extreme temperature or direct sunlight.

・Handset/Internal Battery may become warm during operation or while charging. This is normal.

・Warranty does not cover malfunctions resulting from misuse.

・Clean handset with a soft dry cloth. Alcohol/solvent use may fade color/print.

・Avoid scratching Display.

・Avoid heavy objects or excessive pressure. May cause malfunction or injury.

・Do not sit on handset in back pants pocket.

・Do not place heavy objects on handset inside handbags, packs, etc.

・Handset back cover is not removable. Do not try to remove it; may cause damage or malfunction, or affect water resistance.

・Connect only specified products to Port. Other devices may malfunction or cause damage.

・Do not power off while using SD Card; may result in data loss or malfunction.

・When walking outside, moderate handset Volume to avoid accidents.

・Avoid covering Earpiece, Mic and Speaker while using handset.

・Proximity Sensor prevents Touchscreen misoperation during calls. Do not cover or place a sticker/label over Proximity

Sensor; Display may remain off during calls, disabling handset operation.

・Do not cover Proximity Sensor or place a sticker/label over it; may hinder ambient light detection, resulting in malfunction of Proximity Sensor.

SD/USIM Card Slot

SD Card Slot is located above USIM Card Slot. Insert each card into correct opening in correct orientation.

・Always power off before card insertion/removal.

・Place USIM Card in USIM Tray beforehand.

Touchscreen

・Touchscreen may not respond in these situations:

・Use with gloves/long fingernails

・Use of pens, pencils or sharp objects

・Use with objects on/against Display

・To prevent malfunctions, do not:

・Touch Display with wet fingers

・Use if Display is wet

・Subject Display to force/pressure

・Place labels or stickers over Display

・If Display is wet, wipe it with a soft cloth.

・To improve response, calibrate Touchscreen as follows.

In application sheet, (Settings) Device info

Adjust touch panel Follow onscreen prompts

・In the following cases, Press to activate Screen lock, then Press again to cancel it.

・Handset operates automatically without touch input

・Handset does not respond to touch input

Self Check

If handset is unstable, diagnose the cause as follows.

In application sheet, (Settings) Device info check Follow onscreen prompts

Self

Saving Battery Power

Reduce battery consumption as follows.

In application sheet, (Settings) Energy saving

Energy saving settings Energy save

・When

Energy save is enabled, Energy save symbol appears green.

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Headphones

Headphones with Mic (SHLDL1) are available for separate purchase. Other headphone mics may not function properly on handset.

・Do not subject Headphone Port to strong impact while using

Headphones with Mic; water resistance may be affected.

Forcing Power Off

If handset has stopped processing or won't respond to operation, power off forcibly as follows.

(Long Press for at least 8 seconds)

・Release finger after vibration; handset powers off.

Bluetooth

®

Function

SoftBank Mobile Corp. is not liable for any damages resulting from data/information leakage due to use of handset

Bluetooth

®

function.

■Precautions

The frequency band utilized by handset Bluetooth

®

function is shared with industrial, scientific or medical equipment, including household microwave ovens, and used by radio stations, amateur radio stations, etc. (hereafter "other radio stations").

1. Before using Bluetooth

®

, visually check that no other radio stations sharing the same frequency band are in use nearby.

2. Should interference occur between handset and other radio stations, move it to a different location or cancel Bluetooth

® function immediately.

3. For additional information and support, contact SoftBank

Customer Support, General Information: From a SoftBank handset, call toll free at 157. To call toll free from a landline/IP phone, see "

Customer Service

."

Frequency Band

This radio station utilizes 2.4 GHz band. FH1 indicates FHSS modulation with maximum transmission radius of 10 meters.

XX4 indicates a different modulation scheme with maximum transmission radius of 40 meters. It is not possible for the radio station to avoid using the frequency band of a mobile unit identification apparatus.

To view related information (Japanese):

In application sheet, (Settings) Device info

Authentication

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Wi-Fi (Wireless LAN)

Wireless LAN (hereafter "Wi-Fi") uses radio waves to enable communication between compatible devices within range.

However, it is advisable for the user to configure security settings to avoid risk of data interception.

・Do not use Wi-Fi near electrical appliances, audiovisual equipment or office automation equipment; may affect Wi-

Fi transmission speed, availability, clarity, etc. (Especially when a microwave oven is in use.)

・If there are multiple access points nearby, handset may not detect access points correctly.

■Precautions

The frequency band utilized by handset Wi-Fi is shared with industrial, scientific or medical equipment, including household microwave ovens, and used by radio stations, amateur radio stations, etc. (hereafter "other radio stations").

1. Before using Wi-Fi, visually check that no other radio stations sharing the same frequency band are in use nearby.

2. Should interference occur between handset and other radio stations, move it to a different location or disable Wi-Fi immediately.

3. For additional information and support, contact SoftBank

Customer Support, General Information: From a SoftBank handset, call toll free at 157. To call toll free from a

landline/IP phone, see " Customer Service

."

Frequency Band

This radio station utilizes 2.4 GHz band and 5 GHz band with

DSSS-OFDM modulation. Maximum transmission radius is 40 meters.

To view related information (Japanese):

In application sheet, (Settings) Device info

Authentication

Available Channels in the 5 GHz Band

Three bands are available within the 5 GHz frequency band:

5.2 GHz, 5.3 GHz and 5.6 GHz (W52/W53/W56).

・W52 (5.2 GHz band; channels 36, 38, 40, 44, 46, 48)

・W53 (5.3 GHz band; channels 52, 54, 56, 60, 62, 64)

・W56 (5.6 GHz band; channels 100, 102, 104, 108, 110, 112,

116, 118, 120, 124, 126, 128, 132, 134, 136, 140)

Using the 5.2 GHz or 5.3 GHz band (W52/W53) for outdoor communication is prohibited by the Radio Law.

■Simultaneous Use with Bluetooth

®

Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) and Bluetooth

®

transmit on the 2.4

GHz band. Enabling handset Bluetooth

®

or using Bluetooth

® devices near handset may affect Wi-Fi transmission speed, availability and clarity. Should interference occur, cancel handset Bluetooth

®

or discontinue Bluetooth

®

device use.

・Handset supports Wi-Fi channels 1 - 13. Handset does not connect to access points set to other channels.

・Available channels vary by country.

・For use of Wi-Fi aboard aircraft, check with airline beforehand.

・In some countries/regions, there are restrictions on the use of Wi-Fi. Check the local laws and regulations before using

Wi-Fi on handset abroad.

General Notes

Portrait Rights

Portrait rights protect individuals' right to refuse to be photographed or to refuse unauthorized publication/use of their photographs. Portrait rights consist of the right to privacy, which is applicable to all persons, and the right to publicity, which protects the interests of celebrities.

Therefore, photographing others including celebrities and publicizing/distributing their photographs without permission is illegal; use Camera responsively.

Copyrights

Copyright laws protect sounds, images, computer programs, databases, other materials and copyright holders. Duplicated material is limited to private use only. Use of materials beyond this limit or without copyright holder permission may constitute copyright infringement, and be subject to criminal punishment. Comply with copyright laws when using images

  shot with Camera.

The software contained in handset is copyrighted material; copyright, moral right and other related rights are protected by copyright laws. Do not copy, modify, alter, disassemble, decompile or reverse-engineer the software; do not separate it from hardware in whole or part.

Open Source Software

・Handset contains software based on GNU General Public

License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), and other licenses.

To check details of relevant software licenses:

In application sheet, (Settings) Device info

Legal information Open source licenses

・The source code of software based on GPL, LGPL, and

Mozilla Public License (MPL) is provided on the following website free of charge.

https://sh-dev.sharp.co.jp/android/modules/oss/ (Japanese)

Electromagnetic Safety in Europe

For body-worn operation, this mobile phone has been tested and meets RF exposure guidelines when used with an accessory containing no metal and positioning the handset a minimum 15 mm from the body. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with RF exposure guidelines.

CE Declaration of Conformity

In some countries/regions including Europe, there are restrictions on the use of 5 GHz WLAN that may limit the use to indoors only.

If you intend to use 5 GHz WLAN on the device, check the

  local laws and regulations beforehand.

Hereby, Sharp Telecommunications of Europe Ltd, declares that 303SH is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

A copy of the original declaration of conformity for each model can be found at the following Internet address: http:// www.sharp.co.jp/k-tai/

Battery Cautions

Use specified Charger only.

Non-specified equipment use may cause Internal Battery to leak, overheat, burst or ignite, and may cause Charger to overheat, ignite, malfunction, etc.

Battery is built into handset. Do not dispose of handset with ordinary refuse; take it to a SoftBank Shop for appropriate disposal.

Charge handset in ambient temperature 5 o

C - 35 o

C; Internal

Battery may leak/overheat and performance may deteriorate outside this range.

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European RF Exposure Information

Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization

ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the

Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit for mobile devices is 2.0 W/kg and the highest SAR value for this device when tested at the ear was 0.627 W/kg*. As mobile devices offer a range of functions, they can be used in other positions, such as on the body as described in this

User Guide**. In this case, the highest tested SAR value is

0.520 W/kg***. As SAR is measured utilizing the device's highest transmitting power the actual SAR of this device while operating is typically below that indicated above. This is due to automatic changes to the power level of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum level required to reach the network.

The World Health Organization has stated that present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for the use of mobile devices. They note that if you want to reduce your exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or using a hands-free device to keep the mobile phone away from the head and body.

*The tests are carried out in accordance with international guidelines for testing.

**Please see " Electromagnetic Safety in Europe

" for important notes regarding body-worn operation.

***A method of measuring SAR when a mobile phone is used at positions other than at the ear was established in March 2010 through an international standard (IEC62209-2).

World Health Organization http://www.who.int/emf

List of Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) for radio waves by smartphone model http://www.softbank.jp/mobile/support/sar/ (Japanese)

Volume Level Caution

To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods.

■Headphone Signal Level

The maximum output voltage for Music Player function, measured in accordance with EN 50332-2, is 122.5 mV.

5 GHz WLAN Operation in USA

Within the 5.15-5.25 GHz band, U-NII devices are restricted to indoor operations to reduce any potential for harmful interference to co-channel Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) operations.

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FCC Notice

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

FCC Information to User

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part

15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation; if this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

1. Reorient/relocate the receiving antenna.

2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC RF Exposure Information

Your handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal

Communications Commission of the U.S. Government.

The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organization through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The exposure standard for wireless handsets employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or

SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g. at the ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model.

The highest SAR value for this model handset as reported to the FCC when tested for use at the ear is 0.56 W/kg, and when worn on the body in a holder or carry case, is 0.65 W/kg.

Body-worn Operation; This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the handset kept 1.0 cm from the body. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a 1.0 cm separation distance between the user's body and the handset.

The use of beltclips, holsters and similar accessories should not contain metallic components in its assembly.

The use of accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, and should be avoided. The FCC has granted an Equipment

Authorization for this model handset with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR information on this model handset is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/ after searching on FCC

ID APYHRO00203.

Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the FCC Radio Frequency Safety website at http://transition.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/ .

RF Exposure Information/Specific

Absorption Rate (SAR) Information

RF Exposure Information/Specific

Absorption Rate

*

(SAR) Information

This mobile phone SoftBank 303SH meets the MIC's**** technical regulation for exposure to radio waves.

The technical regulation* established permitted levels of radio frequency energy, based on standards developed by independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies.

The regulation employs a unit of measurement known as the

Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.

The SAR limit is 2 watts/kilogram (W/kg)** averaged over ten grams of tissue.

The limit includes a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The value of the limit is equal to the international guidelines recommended by ICNIRP*****.

The highest SAR value for this mobile phone is 0.570 W/kg when tested for use at the ear.

While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, all phones meet MIC's technical regulation.

Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR of the phone during operation can be well below the maximum value.

Use at positions other than at the ear

This mobile phone may be used at positions other than at the ear. By using an accessory such as a belt clip holster that maintains a 1.5 cm separation with no metal (parts) between the body and the mobile phone, this mobile phone will comply with international guidelines for radio wave protection (***).

The World Health Organization has announced that "A large number of studies have been performed over the last two decades to assess whether mobile phones pose a potential health risk. To date, no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use."

For more information about SAR, see the following websites:

・Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) http://www.tele.soumu.go.jp/e/sys/ele/body/index.htm

・Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) http://www.arib-emf.org/index02.html

(Japanese)

*The technical regulation is provided in Article 14-2 of the

Ministry Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment.

**Provided for in "Radio-radiation protection guidelines," reported in 1997 by the Telecommunications Technology

Council, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.

***A method of measuring SAR when a mobile phone is used at positions other than at the ear was established in March 2010 through an international standard (IEC62209-2). MIC technical regulation was reported in October 2011 by the Information and Communications Council.

****Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications

*****International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation

Protection

Standards of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the U.S. Government and information from the E.U. are given as information relating to RF exposure. For details, see

119

"

FCC RF Exposure Information " and "

European RF Exposure

Information ."

120

Water Resistance

Handset Water Resistance

Handset complies with IPX5 (former JIS protection level 5)

1 and IPX7 (former JIS protection level 7)

2

water protection standards, with Card Slot Cover closed firmly. (Handset is not dust proof.)

 

1

IPX5 compliant means that a handset continues to function as a phone after being subjected to a water jet

(approximately 12.5 liters/min.) discharged from a nozzle

(inner diameter: 6.3 mm), from all directions (approximately 3 m from handset) for at least 3 minutes.

2

IPX7 compliant means that a handset continues to function as a phone after being gently submerged to the depth of

1 m in still tap water at room temperature, left there for approximately 30 minutes, then removed from it.

・Water resistance may be affected under some circumstances.

Warranty does not cover malfunctions resulting from misuse.

・Handset is compliant with IPX5 and IPX7 water protection standards. However, ingress of beverage, sea water, etc.

may cause malfunction.

■Handset Care

・Close Card Slot Cover firmly. Debris (hair, sand, fibers, etc.) trapped between gasket and base may allow ingress of liquid.

・If handset is exposed to liquids with Card Slot Cover open, they may enter handset and cause electric shock or malfunction. Discontinue use and power off.

・If handset is wet, wipe it with a dry cloth.

・Never open/close Card Slot Cover with wet hands or while handset is wet.

・Do not use Headphone Port or External Device Port while it is wet or obstructed by sand/dirt; water resistance may be affected, or malfunction, burns or fire may result due to electric shock, short-circuiting, etc.

・Handset is only water resistant against fresh/tap water between 5 o

C - 35 o

C.

Precautions

・Do not subject handset to soap, detergent, bath powder/oil, sea/pool/spa water, hot water, etc.

・Rinse off sea/pool water, beverage, dirt, sand, mud, etc.

immediately with fresh/tap water between 5 o

C - 35 o

C; residue may cause malfunction if allowed to dry.

・Do not soak handset in bath or pool; never use it in water

(including key operation).

・Handset is not resistant to water pressure. Avoid highpressure water/shower (over 6 liters/min.) or water immersion.

・Do not expose handset to high humidity for long periods; avoid prolonged use in bath/shower rooms.

・Volume may be low when Mic, Earpiece or Speaker is wet;

dry handset before use (see " Drying Handset ").

・Charger and optional accessories are not water or dust proof. Do not use in high humidity or near water (outdoors, in bathrooms, shower rooms, etc.); may cause fire, electric shock or malfunction.

・Do not subject handset to strong impact; do not poke Mic,

Earpiece, Speaker, etc. with a sharp object.

・Avoid placing handset directly on sand. Sand may penetrate

Earpiece, Speaker, etc., resulting in low volume.

・Do not move handset directly from a cold place to a warm humid place; condensation may occur. Should this happen, dry handset naturally at room temperature.

・Handset does not float on water.

・Keep handset out of heavy rain.

Charging Cautions

・Never charge handset while it is wet; may cause fire, malfunction or burns due to electric shock or shortcircuiting. Be sure to dry it before use.

・Do not use Charger in rooms where water is regularly in use

(kitchens, bathrooms, shower rooms, etc.); may cause fire or electric shock.

Care & Maintenance

・Proper care of Card Slot Cover gasket is crucial for continued handset water resistance. Observe the following:

・Do not remove or damage gasket. Keep it clean.

・Do not insert a sharp object into Card Slot Cover gap,

Headphone Port or External Device Port.

・If Card Slot Cover is damaged or deformed, contact a

SoftBank Shop.

・To maintain water resistance, it is recommended to replace

Card Slot Cover every 2 years regardless of its condition.

Customer-requested Card Slot Cover replacement incurs fees and requires handset submission. For details, contact

a SoftBank Shop or SoftBank Customer Support, General

Information .

Washing Handset

Wipe off dirt, sand, beverage, etc., gently with a cloth. Then hold handset approximately 10 cm below faucet or shower head and wash with low-pressure tap water (6 liters/min. or lower) at room temperature (5 o

C - 35 o

C). Wash with your hands, taking care not to open Card Slot Cover; do not use a brush or sponge. Dry handset before use; after drying it well, power on.

・Before washing handset, make sure that Card Slot Cover is closed firmly.

・Do not use a washing machine or ultrasonic cleaner.

・Headphone Port and External Device Port tend to accumulate dust, sand, etc.; rinse and dry them completely before use.

Any residue may cause malfunction, burns or fire.

・Do not put a cotton swab, cloth, etc. into Headphone Port or External Device Port; water resistance may be affected causing malfunction.

Drying Handset

After exposing handset to water, be sure to dry External

Device Port, Mic, Speaker, Headphone Port and Earpiece.

・When shaking handset, hold it firmly so as not to drop it.

Wipe handset surface with dry cloth

Holding handset firmly by its sides, shake it about 20 times

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Cautions

When Removing Moisture

Do not put a cotton swab, cloth, etc. into openings; water resistance may be affected.

After Drying Procedure

Do not use handset in wet conditions.

・Voice quality may be affected, or moisture may transfer to clothes, bag, etc.

・Moisture may short-circuit Headphone Port, External

Device Port or other parts.

・Exposure to cold may freeze moisture and cause malfunction.

Pat against dry cloth to remove moisture from holes and grooves

Leave handset on dry cloth for approximately 2 - 3 hours at room temperature

122

303SH User Guide Index

123

About Settings..................................................................84

Add Account......................................................................89

Address Book.....................................................................48

Applications.......................................................................18

Application Settings.........................................................91

Backup & Import.............................................................104

Basic Operations...............................................................16

Bluetooth

®

........................................................................ 75

Calling................................................................................ 42

Calling from Outside Japan............................................. 81

Charging Handset..............................................................11

Creating/Sending Gmail....................................................54

Customer Service............................................................106

Customizing 3-Line Home................................................ 38

Data Transfer................................................................... 92

Device Info........................................................................ 88

FCC Notice...................................................................... 118

File Storage.....................................................................104

General Notes................................................................. 116

Global Roaming..................................................................80

Google Play....................................................................... 24

Google™ Accounts............................................................ 22

Handset & Hardware Care............................................. 114

Handset Phone Number.................................................... 19

Home Applications Setting.............................................. 90

Important Product Information.....................................113

Introduction.........................................................................3

Messaging.......................................................................... 50

Mobile Manners................................................................. 19

Music & Images.................................................................68

124

Music Files (Music)........................................................... 68

Notifications Window.......................................................35

Opening & Replying to S! Mail/SMS................................ 52

Opening Received Gmail................................................... 55

Opening Received S! Mail/SMS.........................................54

Optional Services..............................................................43

Other Settings..................................................................94

Package Contents............................................................... 6

Parts & Functions...............................................................6

Photo Camera....................................................................64

Power On/Off................................................................... 12

Recent Apps Key Setting................................................. 88

RF Exposure Information/Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)

Information..................................................................... 119

Safety Precautions.........................................................108

Screen Lock....................................................................... 28

SD Card................................................................................8

Security Codes.................................................................. 26

Sending S! Mail/SMS.........................................................50

Software Updates.............................................................29

Sound Settings..................................................................85

Specifications..................................................................105

Status Bar......................................................................... 34

Still Images & Video (Album)...........................................69

Storage Settings...............................................................91

Tethering Option.............................................................. 74

Text Entry.........................................................................20

Touchscreen Operations...................................................13

USIM Card Installation....................................................... 7

USIM PIN............................................................................27

Using Internet Mail.......................................................... 56

Using Mini-Applications & Mini-Widgets........................ 37

Using Quick Launcher.......................................................36

Video Camera.................................................................... 65

Wallpaper & Display Settings..........................................87

Water Resistance............................................................120

Web Browsing (Browser).................................................. 58

Welcome Sheet (Lock Screen) Basics...............................32

Wi-Fi...................................................................................72

Wi-Fi Settings...................................................................90

3-Line Home Basics.......................................................... 33

SoftBank 303SH User Guide

March 2014, First Edition

SoftBank Mobile Corp.

Visit SoftBank Shop for assistance

Model : SoftBank 303SH

Manufacturer : SHARP CORPORATION

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