Sony PEG-S360 User manual

Sony PEG-S360 User manual
4-661-482-11(1)
Chapter 1
What is the Sony
CLIE Handheld?
Chapter 2
Read
This
First
Personal Entertainment Organizer
PEG-S360
© 2001 Sony Corporation
Setting up your Sony
CLIE Handheld
- Basics
Chapter 3
Setting up your Sony
CLIE Handheld
- Advanced
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard,
do not expose the unit to rain or
moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not
open the cabinet. Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
Owner’s Record
The model number and serial number are
located at the rear of the product. Record the
serial number in the space provided below.
Refer to them whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. PEG-S360
Serial No.______________
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the
equipment and shall be easily accessible.
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to
operate this equipment.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for 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
rotating the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the
interference using one or more of the
following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
– Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
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If you have question about this product, call
the Sony Customer Information Center at
keep on next line 1-877-760-7669; or write to
the Sony Customer Information Center at
12451 Gateway Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL
33913. The number below is for FCC-related
matters only.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY
Model No.: PEG-S360
Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc.
Address: 680 Kinderkamack Road,
Oradell, NJ 07649 USA
Telephone No.: 201-930-6972
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.
The supplied interface cable must be used
with the equipment in order to comply with
the limits for a digital device pursuant to
Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
On the supplied software
• Copyright laws prohibit reproducing
the software or the software manual in
whole or in part, or renting the software
without the permission of the copyright
holder.
• In no event will SONY be liable for any
financial damage or loss of profits,
including claims made by third parties,
arising out of the use of the software
supplied with this player.
• In the event a problem occurs with this
software as a result of defective
manufacturing, SONY will replace it at
SONY’s option or issue a refund.
However, SONY bears no other
responsibility.
• The software provided with this
product cannot be used with equipment
other than that which it is designated
for use with.
• Please note that, due to continued
efforts to improve quality, the software
specifications may be changed without
notice.
Program © 2001 Sony Corporation, © 2001
Palm, Inc. or its subsidiaries. All rights
reserved.
Documentation © 2001 Sony Corporation
Sony is a registered trademark of Sony
Corporation, Japan.
Memory Stick, the Memory Stick logo, Jog
Dial, OpenMG, and PictureGear are
trademarks of Sony Corporation, Japan.
Graffiti, HotSync, Palm Modem, and Palm
OS are registered trademarks, and the
HotSync logo and Palm are trademarks of
Palm, Inc. or its subsidiaries.
IBM and PC/AT are registered trademarks
of International Business Machines
Corporation.
Microsoft, Windows, Outlook and the
Windows 98 logo are registered trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation.
MMX and Pentium are registered
trademarks of Intel Corporation.
AvantGo, the AvantGo Client and the
AvantGo logo are registered trademarks of
AvantGo, Inc.
Pumatech, the Pumatech logo, Intellisync
and Intellisync Lite are trademarks of
Pumatech, Inc. that may be registered in
some jurisdictions.
Adobe and Adobe Acrobat Reader are
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
QuickTime and the QuickTime logo are
trademarks used under license. QuickTime
is registered in the U.S. and other countries.
This product includes fonts owned by
TypeBank Co., Ltd. under license.
All other trademarks are trademarks of their
respective owners.
CAUTION
Please contact your nearest Sony dealer
regarding the problem you are experiencing
with your Sony product.
Notes
• Sony does not support third-party addon applications. If you are having a
problem with a third-party application,
please contact the developer or
publisher of that software.
• The illustrations in this manual may
differ from the actual software.
• Explanations in this manual assume that
you are familiar with basic operations of
Windows®. For how to use your
computer and operating system, please
refer to their respective manuals.
Before using your CLIÉ handheld, be sure to
read the accompanying
End-User’s License Agreement.
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Table of contents
About this manual ........................... 5
Which manual to read? .................... 7
Step 6: Performing a HotSync®
operation for the first time .. 34
Chapter 1
Chapter 3
What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
Setting up your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld – Advanced
What can you do with your Sony
CLIÉ Handheld? .............................. 10
System requirements ..................... 11
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components .. 12
Locating front panel controls ........... 12
Locating back panel components .... 14
Checking the bundled applications
on your Sony CLIÉ Handheld .......... 38
Overview of basic Palm OS®
applications ..................................... 39
Overview of Sony applications ......... 42
Locating USB cable components ...... 16
Installing the supplied applications
onto your computer ....................... 44
Locating AC adapter components .... 16
Installing PictureGear™ 4.3Lite ........ 44
Elements of the CLIÉ interface ......... 17
Installing QuickTime 5 ..................... 44
What is on the CLIÉ Installation
CD-ROM? ........................................ 19
Installing DirectX® 6 ........................ 45
CD-ROM contents ............................ 19
Installing AvantGo® and other
add-on applications ......................... 45
How to read the PDF manuals on the
CD-ROM .......................................... 20
Installing Acrobat Reader® 5.0 ........ 46
Chapter 2
Setting up your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld – Basics
Step 1: Charging your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld ............................ 22
Step 2: Turning on your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld for the first time . 23
Step 3: Entering data into your Sony
CLIÉ Handheld .................... 27
Step 4: Installing the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software
onto your computer ........... 29
Step 5: Connecting your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld and your computer
via the USB cable ............... 33
4
Uninstalling the supplied
applications ..................................... 46
Installing add-on applications onto
your Sony CLIÉ Handheld or
“Memory Stick” media .................. 48
Installing add-on applications
from the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software .................................. 48
Installing add-on applications by
beaming them from another
Palm OS® device .............................. 52
Removing add-on applications ........ 54
Customer registration .................... 55
About this manual
Welcome to the Sony Personal Entertainment Organizer (referred to as
CLIÉ handheld or Sony CLIÉ Handheld in this manual).
Your CLIÉ handheld comes with three manuals:
■ Read This First (this guide)
■ Operating Instructions (as a PDF file contained in the CD-ROM)
■ Add-on Application Guide
Before using your CLIÉ handheld, read this guide for overview of
features, setup and installation instructions, and other important
details.
After you set up your CLIÉ handheld and become familiar with its
basic functionality, you can use the other two manuals (Operating
Instructions and Add-on Application Guide) as references for detailed
features, less common tasks, and for maintaining your CLIÉ handheld.
These manuals can also serve as a source of information if you have
problems operating your CLIÉ handheld.
The contents of the three manuals are:
Read This First (this guide)
This guide is designed to help you get up and running quickly on your
CLIÉ handheld.
This guide shows you how to:
■ Identify all the parts of your CLIÉ handheld
■ Set up your CLIÉ handheld
■ Install supplied applications onto your CLIÉ handheld and your
computer
■ View and enter data
Continued on next page
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Operating Instructions
The Operating Instructions manual is contained in the supplied
CD-ROM as a PDF file, allowing you to view or print it as soon as you
need it.
The manual describes how to use your CLIÉ handheld and the
Personal Information Management (PIM) applications that come with
your CLIÉ handheld.
The manual shows you how to:
■ View and enter data in greater detail
■ Use your CLIÉ handheld with your computer
■ Use Personal Information Management applications (Date Book,
Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, and Calculator)
■ Personalize your CLIÉ handheld with your own preference
settings
■ Maintain your CLIÉ handheld
Add-on Application Guide
The Add-on Application Guide describes how to install and use the
supplied add-on applications that include:
■ PictureGear™ Pocket/PictureGear 4.3 Lite
■ gMovie™ player
■ MS Autorun
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Which manual to read?
After you set up your CLIÉ handheld and become familiar with its
basic functionality, you can use the rest of the manuals as follows:
When you want to:
Read:
Manage your personal
information using your
CLIÉ applications.
Operating Instructions
Chapter 2
Use your CLIÉ handheld
and your computer in
synchronization.
Operating Instructions
Chapter 3
Exchange and share
information with
other handheld users.
Operating Instructions
Chapter 4
Enjoy viewing images on
your CLIÉ handheld.
Add-on Application Guide
Chapter 1
Using your basic applications
Exchanging and updating data
using a HotSync® operation
Communicating using your
Sony CLIÉ Handheld
Viewing image files
(PictureGear Pocket)
Enjoy watching movies on
your CLIÉ handheld.
Add-on Application Guide
Chapter 2
Playing a movie
(gMovie player)
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Chapter 1
This chapter describes the features of your CLIÉ handheld, its system
requirements, its buttons and controls, and the contents of the Installation
CD-ROM.
Contents
What can you do with your Sony CLIÉ Handheld? .......................... 10
System requirements ...................................................................... 11
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components ................................................... 12
Locating front panel controls .................................................... 12
Locating back panel components .............................................. 14
Locating USB cable components ............................................... 16
Locating AC adapter components ............................................. 16
Elements of the CLIÉ interface .................................................. 17
What is on the CLIÉ Installation CD-ROM? .................................... 19
CD-ROM contents .................................................................... 19
How to read the PDF manuals on the CD-ROM ......................... 20
Chapter 1
What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
What can you do with your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld?
Your CLIÉ handheld can help you remember appointments and
meeting times, people’s names and personal details, and items on your
To Do List. Your CLIÉ handheld can also help you improve your track
record in all these areas, both at work and at home.
Once you familiarize yourself with the basic workings of your CLIÉ
handheld, you’ll easily be able to:
■ Enter all your schedule details in the Date Book and view them by
the day, week, or month, and even set an alarm to remind you of
an important event.
■ Keep all your contact names, addresses, phone numbers, and other
details in the Address Book. In addition, you can add an image to
an address record using the supplied PictureGear™ Pocket
software.
■ Add your tasks to the To Do List, prioritize them, and assign them
a due dates.
■ Synchronize your data with the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
on your computer so you always have a backup copy of your
important information.
■ Customize your CLIÉ handheld and set different levels of security
to prevent unauthorized users from viewing your data.
■ Exchange data with your computer, other Sony CLIÉ handhelds,
digital cameras, or other portable devices with Sony’s “Memory
Stick™” media.
■ Play back image files with the PictureGear™ Pocket software on
your CLIÉ handheld or with the PictureGear™ Lite software on
your computer.
■ Watch a movie with the gMovie player software on your CLIÉ
handheld.
■ Use other add-on applications for the Palm OS®.
■ Enjoy Web Clipping*.
* Web Clipping is a system provided by Palm, Inc. and its subsidiaries for
Palm OS handhelds that enables easy access to information provided on
the Web. If you install various Web Clipping applications on your CLIÉ
handheld, you can retrieve specific information such as news, weather, or
restaurant guides to display them on your CLIÉ handheld. The Web
Clipping application requires Internet connections. For details on its use, or
for answers to your questions, refer to the following homepage:
http://www.palm.com/wireless/
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System requirements
What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
■ OS: Microsoft® Windows® 98/Windows® 98 Second Edition/
Windows® 2000 Professional/Windows® Millennium Edition/
Windows® XP.
■ CPU: Pentium processor 133MHz or greater
■ RAM: 32MB or more (64MB or more recommended)
■ Hard disk drive: 128MB or more available space
■ Display: High Color or better (800 ✕ 600 pixels or more
recommended)
■ CD-ROM drive
■ Mouse or similar pointing device
■ One available USB connector
Chapter 1
To install and operate the Palm™ Desktop software on your computer,
your computer system must meet the following requirements:
Notes
•To install the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software onto Windows® 2000
Professional, log on as “Administrator.”
•Macintosh computers are not compatible with the Sony CLIÉ handheld.
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Sony CLIÉ Handheld components
Locating front panel controls
1 “Memory Stick™” access indicator
Lights in orange when your CLIÉ handheld is reading from or
writing to “Memory Stick” media.
2 Infrared Communication Port
Uses infrared technology to transmit data to and receive data from
other CLIÉ or Palm OS® handhelds and to perform HotSync®
operations.
For details, see “Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ Handheld and
another Palm OS® PDA” in the Operating Instructions manual.
3 Jog Dial™ Navigator
Used to select and run applications or items. Depending on the
application, specific functions are assigned to the navigator.
For details, see “Using the Jog Dial™ navigator” in the Operating
Instructions manual.
4 “Memory Stick” Slot
Insert “Memory Stick” media into this slot.
5 POWER Button
Used to turn your CLIÉ handheld on or off.
Also, press the POWER button and hold it down for two seconds or
longer to turn the backlight of the LCD display on or off.
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6 Screen
Chapter 1
Displays the applications and information stored in your CLIÉ
handheld. It is touch-sensitive and responds to the stylus.
For details, see “Elements of the CLIÉ interface” on page 17.
7 Graffiti Writing Area
8 Application Buttons
Activates the individual applications that correspond to the icons on
the buttons:
Date Book,
Address Book,
To Do List, and
Memo Pad. See “Assigning applications to buttons” in the
Operating Instructions manual for details on reassigning these
buttons to activate any application on your CLIÉ handheld.
9 Scroll Button
Displays text and other information that extends beyond the area of
the screen. Pressing the lower half of the scroll button scrolls down
to display information below the current viewing area, and pressing
the upper half of the button scrolls up to display the information
above the current viewing area. Depending on the application you
use, specific functions are assigned to the scroll button.
Tip
If your CLIÉ handheld is turned off, pressing any application button activates
your CLIÉ handheld and opens the corresponding application.
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What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
The area where you write letters and numbers using the Graffiti®
alphabet. See “Using Graffiti® writing to enter data” in the
Operating Instructions manual to learn how to write Graffiti
characters.
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components
Locating back panel components
1 Stylus
Used to tap icons and buttons on the screen or to write characters on
the Graffiti writing area.
For details, see “Using the stylus” in the Operating Instructions
manual.
2 Reset Button
In normal use, you should not have to use this button.
For details, see “Resetting your Sony CLIÉ Handheld” in the
Operating Instructions manual.
3 Interface Connector
Used to connect your CLIÉ handheld to the AC adapter, USB cable,
CLIÉ Modem (not supplied), or cradle (not supplied).
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Pull the attached end of the cover in the direction of the arrow until the
tabs snap free from the CLIÉ handheld.
Remove the protective soft cover from your CLIÉ handheld when connecting it
to the USB cable or AC adapter or when placing it on the cradle (not supplied).
Attaching the protective soft cover again
With the cover front facing the rear of the CLIÉ handheld, press the
tabs on the cover into the CLIÉ handheld`s tabs until they snap into
place.
Align the tabs and press in.
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What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
Tip
Chapter 1
Removing the supplied protective soft cover from your CLIÉ
handheld
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components
Locating USB cable components
1 Interface Connector
Connect your CLIÉ handheld here.
2 USB Connector
Connects to your computer’s USB port.
Locating AC adapter components
1 Interface Connector
Connect your CLIÉ handheld here.
2 AC Connector
Connects to the AC outlet.
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Chapter 1
Elements of the CLIÉ interface
What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
1 Battery Icon
Displays the remaining charge in the battery. When your CLIÉ
handheld is operating on the AC power source, the battery charging
icon (
) is displayed.
2 Home Icon
Tap this icon and the Application Launcher screen appears,
displaying a list of applications.
3 Menu Icon
Tap this icon and a menu of current applications appears.
4 Contrast Adjustment Icon
Tap this icon to display the window used for adjusting the contrast
level on the LCD screen of your CLIÉ handheld.
Note
If the digitizer preferences are not set correctly, you cannot adjust the contrast
level properly. For details, see “Adjusting the screen” in the Operating
Instructions manual.
Continued on next page
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Sony CLIÉ Handheld components
5 Application Icon
Tap an icon to activate the corresponding application.
6 Scroll Bar
Drag the slider up or down or tap the scroll arrows v or V on the
ends of the bar to scroll the screen.
7 Calculator Icon
Tap this icon to display the onscreen Calculator.
8 Find Icon
Tap this icon to open the Find screen.
9 Graffiti Writing Area
This area is for hand-writing input with the Graffiti alphabet.
Tip
When the tip i icon is displayed, you can tap the icon to display online
operational tips on the screen.
Tip i icon
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What is on the CLIÉ Installation CD-ROM?
Chapter 1
CD-ROM contents
The Installation CD-ROM that comes with your CLIÉ handheld
contains the following applications and manuals:
■ PC applications
■ Palm OS applications
You can install CLIÉ specific Palm OS® applications from third
party to your CLIÉ handheld, including AvantGo.
The sample data for gMovie player and PictureGear Pocket are also
available.
Continued on next page
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What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld?
You can install the following PC applications and related online
help files from the installer’s main launcher window:
– Palm Desktop for CLIÉ 4.0.1
including Intellisync Lite 4.0
– PictureGear 4.3Lite
– QuickTime 5
– DirectX® 6
The following PC application has a separate installer package:
– Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0
What is on the CLIÉ Installation CD-ROM?
■ Manuals
The following manuals are available as PDF files on the CD-ROM:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Read This First (this guide)
Operating Instructions
Add-on Application Guide
gMovie Manual
PictureGear Pocket Manual
MSGate Manual
MSAutorun Manual
Tip
You can view the manuals by clicking Manuals in the CLIE Installation CDROM's main launcher window.
How to read the PDF manuals on the CD-ROM
To view the PDF manuals contained on the Installation CD-ROM, you
need the Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer. To
install the Acrobat Reader software, see “Installing Acrobat Reader®
5.0” on page 46.
To open a PDF manual, either:
• Double-click a PDF file on the CD-ROM.
The Acrobat Reader software starts and displays the selected PDF
manual. You can read and print the file.
• Start the Acrobat Reader software and select Open from the File
menu. In the Open dialog box, select a PDF file and click Open.
The selected PDF manual is displayed. You can read and print the
file.
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Chapter 2
Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld – Basics
Contents
Step 1: Charging your Sony CLIÉ Handheld .................................... 22
Step 2: Turning on your Sony CLIÉ Handheld for the first time ....... 23
Step 3: Entering data into your Sony CLIÉ Handheld ...................... 27
Step 4: Installing the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software onto your computer ..................................... 29
Step 5: Connecting your Sony CLIÉ Handheld and your
computer via the USB cable ............................................... 33
Step 6: Performing a HotSync® operation for the first time ........... 34
Chapter 2
This chapter describes basic hardware setup procedures that you should
perform before you start using your CLIÉ handheld in combination with your
computer. Procedures are: charging your CLIÉ handheld, connecting your CLIÉ
handheld to the USB cable, and synchronizing data with your computer.
Three ways to enter data are also introduced.
Step 1: Charging your Sony CLIÉ Handheld
Note
Before you use your CLIÉ handheld for the first time, make sure to charge it.
You can charge your CLIÉ handheld by connecting the supplied AC
adapter directly to your CLIÉ handheld. The AC adapter requires a
110–240 V AC power supply.
It takes about 3 hours for your CLIÉ handheld to be fully charged for the
first time. Subsequent charges, if it is charged frequently, will require less
time.
To the wall outlet
Connect the AC adapter to
the CLIÉ interface
connector.
When the AC adapter is connected to your CLIÉ handheld, charging
starts automatically, and the battery icon on the screen changes to the
battery charging icon (
).
To remove the AC adapter from your CLIÉ handheld
Squeeze both sides of the
connector and pull it out.
Note
If the internal battery of your CLIÉ handheld runs out, the data stored in
your CLIÉ handheld will be erased.
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Step 2: Turning on your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld for the first time
The first time you turn on your CLIÉ handheld, setup instructions
appear onscreen. Follow these instructions to perform initial settings,
digitizer calibration, current time, date, and year settings (required for
operation).
1
Press the POWER button.
Your CLIÉ handheld turns on, and the Welcome screen appears.
After a while, the Setup screen appears.
Chapter 2
Press the
POWER button.
2
Take out the Stylus.
You can use the stylus to tap or drag on the screen to open
applications, choose options or menu commands, and select text or
move objects just as you do with a mouse on your computer.
Note
Always use the point of the stylus for tapping or making strokes on the
handheld screen. Never use a real pen, pencil, or other sharp object to write
on the screen.
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Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld–Basics
b
Step 2: Turning on your Sony CLIÉ Handheld for the first time
3
Press lightly on the screen with the stylus.
This action is called “tapping.”
The digitizer calibration screen appears. Calibration aligns the
internal circuitry of the handheld with its touch-sensitive screen so
your CLIÉ handheld can detect the task you want to perform when
you tap an element onscreen.
4
Tap anywhere onscreen.
The following screen is displayed.
5
Following the instruction onscreen, tap the center of the
displayed mark.
Note
If the digitizer is not configured correctly, the scroll bar may not operate
properly, “tapping” may not work as expected, or other problems may
occur. If this happens, please re-configure the digitizer manually. You can
also re-configure the digitizer in the Digitizer Preferences screen. For
details, see “What you can do with Preferences” in the Operating
Instructions manual.
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After calibration completes, a screen for setting time and date
appears.
Chapter 2
6
Tap the Set Date box.
The Set Date screen appears.
Tap the arrow b or B next to the year to select the
current year.
8
Tap the current month, and then tap the current date.
Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld–Basics
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The Set Date screen closes.
9
Tap the Set Time box.
The Set Time screen appears.
10 Tap the arrow v or V to set the hour to the current time.
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Step 2: Turning on your Sony CLIÉ Handheld for the first time
11 Tap each number of the minute, and then tap the arrow
v or V to set the minutes to the current time.
12 Tap AM or PM.
13 Tap OK.
The Set Time screen closes.
14 Tap Next.
The Setup Complete screen appears.
15 Tap Next.
The Enter Data screen appears.
16 Tap Done.
The initial settings are complete, and the Application Launcher
screen (Home screen) appears.
Your CLIÉ handheld is now ready for use!
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Step 3: Entering data into your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld
There are three ways to enter data into your CLIÉ handheld:
– Using Graffiti® writing
– Using the onscreen keyboard
– Using your computer keyboard
Graffiti writing
The Graffiti writing area is divided into two parts: one for writing the
letters of the alphabet and one for writing numbers. The small marks at
the top and bottom of the Graffiti writing area indicate the two areas.
Write letters
here
Write numbers here
Division marks
For details, see “Using
Instructions manual.
Graffiti®
writing to enter data” in the Operating
Onscreen keyboard
When you use an application such as Date Book or Address Book, you
can open the onscreen alphabetic and numeric keyboards to enter data.
Tap here for
alphabetic keyboard
Tap here for numeric
keyboard
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Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld–Basics
Graffiti writing examples:
A, B, C, D, and E
Chapter 2
Your CLIÉ handheld includes Graffiti writing software as the primary
system for entering text and numbers. With Graffiti writing, you write
simple strokes with the stylus, and they are instantly recognized as
letters or numbers.
The Graffiti strokes closely resemble the upper case letters of the
regular alphabet, which makes Graffiti writing easy to learn.
Step 3: Entering data into your Sony CLIÉ Handheld
After a keyboard is open, you can tap to open any of the other
keyboards, including the international keyboard. For details, see
“Using the onscreen keyboard” in the Operating Instructions manual.
Tab
Alphabetic
Backspace
Caps lock
Caps shift
Carriage return
Tap here to display alphabetic keyboard
Numeric
Tap here to display numeric
keyboard
International
Tap here to display international
keyboard
Computer keyboard
If you have a lot of data to enter or prefer to use the computer
keyboard, you can use the Palm™ Desktop for Sony software or any
supported PIM (Personal Information Management) to enter
information. You can then perform a HotSync® operation to
synchronize the information on your computer with the information
on your CLIÉ handheld. All the main applications on your CLIÉ
handheld are also available in the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software and
in most PIM applications, so you don't need to learn different
applications.
Refer to the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ online Help for more information
on entering data using your computer.
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Step 4: Installing the Palm™ Desktop for
CLIÉ software onto your computer
The Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software extends many of the functions
of your CLIÉ handheld to your computer, featuring the same main
applications as those on your CLIÉ handheld: Address Book, Date
Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, and desktop e-mail connectivity. You can
use the HotSync® Manager feature of this software to back up and
exchange data between your CLIÉ handheld and your computer.
Notes
Exit all applications running on Windows®.
You should quit all applications that automatically run at startup,
such as fax communication software, anti-virus tools, screensavers,
and the Microsoft® Office Shortcut Bar.
2
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of
your computer.
The installation launcher window appears.
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Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld–Basics
1
Chapter 2
•If you are already using a Sony CLIÉ Handheld or other Palm™ OS PDA
device, and Palm Desktop software is installed on your computer: uninstall
it and reinstall the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software using the supplied
Installation CD-ROM. For details, see “Upgrading the existing Palm Desktop
software” on page 32.
•The Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software supplied to this CLIÉ handheld
(PEG-S360) does not support Expense.
•Do not simply copy the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software files to your
computer’s hard disk. You must use the installer and follow the procedures
described in this section to place the files in their proper locations and to
decompress the files.
•To move data from an earlier CLIE handheld to your new CLIE handheld,
see “Using data of another Sony CLIÉ handheld” in the Operating
Instructions manual.
Step 4: Installing the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
onto your computer
3
Click Install Palm Desktop for CLIÉ.
The setup program starts and the Setup window is displayed.
4
Click Next.
The Palm Desktop for CLIÉ 4.0.1 software installation begins.
Follow the onscreen instructions, until the following dialog box
appears.
5
Select the application you will use to synchronize your
CLIÉ handheld with your computer.
If you select “Synchronize with Palm Desktop for CLIÉ,” Intellisync
Lite will not be installed. If you select “Synchronize with Microsoft
Outlook or Lotus Organizer,” Palm Desktop and Intellisync Lite
will be installed.
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6
Click Next.
The Setup Type window is displayed.
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7
If you wish to synchronize PEG-S300 or PEG-N710C with your
CLIÉ handheld (PEG-S360), follow the steps below:
1 Select Custom for the setup type and click next.
2 On the select components screen, make sure that USB Switcher
is selected.
3 Follow the onscreen instructions until setup is complete.
When you follow the onscreen instructions, the Create User
Account screen is displayed.
8
9
Fill in the user name in the Create User Account screen.
Click Next.
The Install Tool dialog box closes, and the Mail Setup dialog box
appears.
10 Set up Mail.
Follow the onscreen instructions until Mail setup is complete.
11 Fill in the customer registration following the
instructions shown onscreen.
You need Internet access for the online customer registration.
You can take advantage of Sony’s commitment to quality customer
support and nine months of the extended limited warranty for a
total of 12 months from the original date of purchase when you
register your CLIÉ handheld.
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Select the setup type (Typical or Custom) and the
destination folder.
Step 4: Installing the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software
onto your computer
12 Click Finish.
Note
Make sure you perform a HotSync operation before installing any thirdparty applications. (See pages 33 - 35)
Upgrading the existing Palm Desktop software
Multiple versions of Palm Desktop cannot be installed on one
computer. If an older version of Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software
already is installed on your computer, uninstall it prior to the new
installation. All handheld user data is preserved when upgrading
the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software.
On Intellisync Lite
The Intellisync Lite software allows you to synchronize your Date
Book, Address Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad data in your CLIÉ
handheld with the data of a variety of popular Windows® applications
including:
– Microsoft Outlook 97/98/2000/2002
– Lotus Organizer 5.0/6.0.
During a HotSync operation, the Intellisync Lite software compares
each record of information in your CLIÉ handheld to the information
stored in the PIM (Personal Information Management) applications,
then makes necessary changes to both systems to make sure that they
both contain the same data.
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Step 5: Connecting your Sony CLIÉ Handheld
and your computer via the USB cable
The USB cable that comes with your CLIÉ handheld enables you to
synchronize the information on your CLIÉ handheld with the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software on your computer using HotSync®
technology.
Connect the USB cable to a USB connector on your
computer. Then, connect the other end of the USB cable
to your CLIÉ handheld.
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2
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Step 6: Performing a HotSync® operation
for the first time
What is a HotSync operation?
HotSync, a technology particular to a Palm OS® platform device, is the
one-step operation that allows you to synchronize data between your
CLIÉ handheld and your computer and to back up the CLIÉ data on
your computer. For details, see “Exchanging and updating data using
a HotSync® operation” in the Operating Instructions manual.
When performing a HotSync® operation for the first time, you must
enter your user information both into your CLIÉ handheld and into the
Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software. After the user name is recognized,
you do not have to enter this information again.
1
On your CLIÉ handheld, rotate the Jog Dial™ navigator
to select HotSync and then press the Jog Dial navigator.
Or tap the HotSync
icon on the Application Launcher
screen (page 38).
The HotSync screen appears on your CLIÉ handheld.
On your computer screen, the USB Driver Installation Wizard starts
automatically.
2
On the HotSync screen of your CLIÉ handheld, tap the
HotSync
icon.
A beep sounds and the HotSync operation starts.
3
When the New User dialog box is displayed on your
computer screen, enter the user name.
Enter the same user name you entered in step 8 on page 31.
Note
Every handheld should have a unique name. To prevent loss of a user’s
records, never try to synchronize more than one handheld to the same user
name.
4
Click OK on your computer screen.
When the HotSync process is complete, a message showing the
HotSync operation completion is displayed on your CLIÉ handheld.
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Notes
• Do not remove or move your CLIÉ handheld from the USB cable during
a HotSync operation.
• Do not tap the HotSync
button during a HotSync operation. It might
cause errors and force termination of the operation.
• Do not enter power saving mode during a HotSync operation. If your
computer enters power saving mode during a HotSync operation, the
HotSync Manager will be forced to terminate.
• Make sure that the HotSync
icon is displayed in the Windows task
tray on your computer screen.
5
To open the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software, doubleclick the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ icon on the Windows®
desktop, or click Start, point to Programs, Sony
Handheld, and then click Palm Desktop for CLIÉ.
The Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software starts. All the main
applications on your CLIÉ handheld are also available in the Palm
Desktop for CLIÉ software. You can synchronize the information on
your computer with the information on your CLIÉ handheld.
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icon is not shown in the task tray, click Start, point to
• If the HotSync
Programs, Sony Handheld, and then click HotSync Manager. Then click
the HotSync button on your CLIÉ handheld to start the HotSync
operation.
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If the HotSync operation does not start
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Chapter 3
Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld – Advanced
This chapter describes advanced software setup procedures for your CLIÉ
handheld and your computer: checking the bundled applications on your
CLIÉ handheld, installing applications from the Installation CD-ROM onto
your computer, and installing add-on applications onto your CLIÉ handheld.
Contents
Installing the supplied applications
onto your computer ................................................................... 44
Installing PictureGear™ 4.3Lite ........................................... 44
Installing QuickTime 5 ......................................................... 44
Installing DirectX® 6 ............................................................ 45
Installing AvantGo® and other add-on applications .............. 45
Installing Acrobat Reader® 5.0 ............................................ 46
Uninstalling the supplied applications .................................. 46
Installing add-on applications onto your Sony CLIÉ Handheld
or “Memory Stick” media .........................................................
Installing add-on applications from the Palm™ Desktop
for CLIÉ software .................................................................
Installing add-on applications by beaming them
from another Palm OS® device .............................................
Removing add-on applications .............................................
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48
52
54
Customer registration ............................................................... 55
Chapter 3
Checking the bundled applications
on your Sony CLIÉ Handheld ..................................................... 38
Overview of basic Palm OS® applications ............................. 39
Overview of Sony applications ............................................. 42
Checking the bundled applications
on your Sony CLIÉ Handheld
After you make your CLIÉ handheld ready for use, start the
Application Launcher to display all the available applications on your
CLIÉ handheld. Check the basic and other applications.
To open an application from the Application Launcher screen
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The Application Launcher screen appears.
Tap the Home icon
2
b
Do either of the following:
• Tap the desired application icon in the Application Launcher
screen.
If you have many applications installed on your CLIÉ handheld,
tap the scroll bar to see all the available applications.
• For the four main applications, you can press the application
button on the front panel to display the selected application
immediately:
Application
Launcher
screen
Address Book
Date Book
To Do List
Memo Pad
To quit the application and open another application
Tap the Home
icon, and then perform step 2 to open the desired
application. Next time you open the application, the last screen
resumes.
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Overview of basic Palm OS® applications
Your CLIÉ handheld comes with the following Palm OS basic
applications: Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, and
Calculator applications. This section gives an overview of these basic
applications.
Date Book
Date Book lets you quickly and easily schedule
appointments or any kind of activity associated with a time
and date.
In Date Book, you can do the following:
• Enter a description of your appointment and assign it to a specific
time and date.
• Display a monthly calendar to quickly spot days where you have
morning, lunch, or afternoon appointments.
• Create reminders for events that are based on a particular date,
rather than time of day. Birthdays and anniversaries are easy to track
with your CLIÉ handheld.
• Attach notes to individual events for a description or clarification of
the entry in your Date Book.
Address Book
Address Book enables you to keep names, addresses, phone
numbers, and other information about your personal or
business contacts.
In Address Book, you can do the following:
• Quickly look up or enter names, addresses, phone numbers, and
other information.
• Enter up to five phone numbers (home, work, fax, etc.) or e-mail
addresses for each name.
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• Set an alarm to sound prior to the scheduled activity.
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• Display a chart of your appointments for an entire week. The Week
view makes it easy to spot available times and any potential
scheduling overlaps or conflicts.
Checking the bundled applications on your
Sony CLIÉ Handheld
• Define which phone number appears in the Address List for each
Address Book entry.
• Attach a note to each Address Book entry, in which you can enter
additional information about the entry.
• Assign Address Book entries to categories so that you can organize
and view them in logical groups.
• Add a PictureGear™ Pocket image to an address entry.
To Do List
To Do List is a convenient place to create reminders and
prioritize the things that you have to do.
In To Do List, you can do the following:
• Make a quick and convenient list of things to do.
• Assign a priority level to each task.
• Assign a due date for any or all of your To Do List items.
• Assign To Do List items to categories so that you can organize and
view them in logical groups.
• Sort your To Do List items either by due date, priority level, or
category.
• Attach notes to individual To Do List items for a description or
clarification of the task.
Memo Pad
Memo Pad provides a place to take notes that are not
associated with records in Date Book, Address Book, or To
Do List.
In Memo Pad, you can do the following:
• Take notes or write any kind of message on your CLIÉ handheld.
• Drag and drop memos into popular computer applications like
Microsoft® Word when you synchronize using the Palm™ Desktop
for CLIÉ software and HotSync® technology.
• Assign memos to categories so that you can organize and view them
in logical groups.
• Write down phone numbers and other types of information. Later,
you can copy and paste this information to other applications.
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Calc (Calculator)
Calculator enables you to perform addition, subtraction,
multiplication, division, and calculate square roots.
In Calculator, you can do the following:
• Perform basic calculations.
• Store and retrieve values.
• Display the last series of calculations, which is useful for confirming
a series of “chain” calculations.
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Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld – Advanced
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Checking the bundled applications on your
Sony CLIÉ Handheld
Overview of Sony applications
In addition to the basic Palm OS applications, your CLIÉ handheld also
contains original Sony applications: PictureGear™ Pocket, MS Gate,
gMovie player, and MS Autorun. This section gives an overview of
these original Sony applications.
PG Pocket (PictureGear Pocket)
PictureGear Pocket is the image management software for
your CLIÉ handheld.
In PictureGear Pocket, you can do the following:
• View images.
• Enjoy a slide show of the images.
• Beam your favorite image files to another CLIÉ handheld.
• Add an image into your Address Book entry.
MS Gate
Memory Stick Gate (MS Gate) is used to exchange “Memory
Stick” data to and from your CLIÉ handheld.
In MS Gate, you can do the following:
• Copy or move data to and from your CLIÉ handheld and “Memory
Stick” media.
• Delete data in “Memory Stick” media and in your CLIÉ handheld.
• Format “Memory Stick” media.
gMovie
gMovie player is used to play a movie clip created on your
computer using the PictureGear 4.3Lite software.
In gMovie player, you can do the following:
• Play a movie file copied from your computer onto your CLIÉ
handheld.
• Play a movie file directly from “Memory Stick” media.
• Beam a movie file to another CLIÉ handheld.
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MS Autorun
MS Autorun is used to start a specified application when
“Memory Stick” media is inserted into your CLIÉ handheld.
In MS Autorun, you can do the following:
• Automatically start game software or another application stored in
“Memory Stick” media.
• Display specified data immediately by automatically starting the
associated application stored in “Memory Stick” media or your CLIÉ
handheld.
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Installing the supplied applications
onto your computer
From the installation launcher window of the supplied CLIÉ
Installation CD-ROM, you can install the following applications onto
your computer’s hard disk.
Installing PictureGear™ 4.3Lite
PictureGear 4.3Lite allows you to transfer image or movie files to and
from your CLIÉ handheld and your computer. You can use
PictureGear Pocket or gMovie player to view the transferred movie or
image files on your CLIÉ handheld.
1
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
The installation launcher window is displayed.
2
Click Install CLIÉ Image Software.
The Image Software installation window is displayed.
3
Click Install PictureGear Lite.
The PictureGear 4.3Lite software installation starts.
Follow the onscreen instructions to finish installation.
Installing QuickTime 5
QuickTime 5 allows you to view QuickTime movies and is necessary
for PictureGear Lite to convert QuickTime movies for use on your
CLIÉ handheld.
1
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
The installation launcher window is displayed.
2
Click Install CLIÉ Image Software.
The Image Software installation window is displayed.
3
Click Install QuickTime.
The QuickTime 5 software installation starts.
Follow the onscreen instructions to finish installation.
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Installing DirectX® 6
DirectX 6, a set of graphics and sound drivers, is necessary for
PictureGear Lite to function properly. You need not install DirectX 6, if
you already have DirectX 6.0 or later installed on your computer.
1
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
The installation launcher window is displayed.
2
Click Install CLIÉ Image Software.
The Image Software installation window is displayed.
3
Click Install DirectX 6.
The DirectX 6 software installation starts.
Chapter 3
Installing AvantGo® and other add-on applications
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Setting up your Sony CLIÉ Handheld – Advanced
AvantGo Client, an add-on application for your CLIÉ handheld, is a
Web browser that allows you to easily access to the AvantGo Server
site and to find and upgrade contents and applications on your CLIÉ
handheld.
You can install AvantGo or another add-on application onto your
computer and then install it onto your CLIÉ handheld at the next
HotSync® operation. For details, see “Installing add-on applications
from the Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software” on page 48.
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
The installation launcher window is displayed.
2
Click FREE Third-party Software, then click Travel and
Entertainment.
3
Click AvantGo.
The AvantGo software installation starts. Follow the instructions
onscreen to finish the installation.
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Installing the supplied applications onto your computer
Installing Acrobat Reader® 5.0
Acrobat Reader 5.0 allows you to view, navigate, and print documents
in the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). To open and read the
online manuals in the CLIÉ Installation CD-ROM, you must have the
Acrobat Reader software installed in your computer’s hard disk.
1
Insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
The installation launcher window is displayed.
2
3
Click Exit to close the installation launcher window.
Click Start from the task bar, then click Run.
The Run window is displayed.
4
Type or select “D:\PC\Acrobat\ar500enu.exe” in the text
box and click Run. (“D:” substitutes the drive letter of
your CD-ROM drive.)
You can also use Browse to specify the setup program.
The Acrobat Reader 5.0 software installation starts. Follow the
onscreen instructions to finish installation.
Uninstalling the supplied applications
If you no longer need an application you have installed, you can
remove an application from your computer’s hard disk as follows:
1
Click Start from the task bar, point to Settings, and then
click Control Panel (Start - Control Panel in Windows®
XP).
The Control Panel window is displayed.
2
Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
The Add/Remove Programs Properties window is displayed.
3
In the Install/Uninstall tab, select the software that you
want to remove in the list box.
4
Click Add/Remove.
The confirmation dialog box is displayed.
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5
Click OK to remove the software.
Follow the onscreen instructions to remove the application from
your computer’s hard disk.
Tip
Some applications have their own uninstaller program. To remove QuickTime,
for example, click Start from the task bar, point to Programs (All Programs in
Windows® XP), QuickTime, and then click Uninstall QuickTime.
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Installing add-on applications onto your Sony
CLIÉ Handheld or “Memory Stick” media
Your CLIÉ handheld comes with various applications such as Date
Book, Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Calculator, e-mail
software, etc.
In addition to these applications, you can install additional
applications called “add-on applications” from the Installation
CD-ROM onto your CLIÉ handheld or to the “Memory Stick” media if
you want to save your CLIÉ handheld’s memory space. A variety of
third-party applications are also available for your CLIÉ handheld,
such as games and other software that run on the Palm OS®. For
information on the latest third-party applications, see the official Sony
CLIÉ Web site (http://www.sony.com/clie/).
Notes
• Add-on applications reside in the RAM memory of your CLIÉ handheld.
Performing a hard reset deletes all the add-on applications. However, if you
perform a HotSync® operation before the hard reset and make a backup copy,
you can restore add-on applications at the next HotSync operation.
• The add-on applications contained in the CLIÉ Installation CD-ROM are
copied onto your computer’s hard disk when you install the Palm™ Desktop
for CLIÉ software. To install those applications from the Palm Desktop for
CLIÉ software onto your CLIÉ handheld, follow the procedures described in
the next section.
Installing add-on applications from the Palm™
Desktop for CLIÉ software
This section describes how to install add-on applications onto your
CLIÉ handheld or to the “Memory Stick” media using the Install Tool
during a HotSync® operation.
1
Copy or download the application you want to install
into the Add-on folder in the Sony CLIÉ Handheld folder
on your computer. (example : C:\Program Files\Sony
Handheld\Add-on)
If you want to copy to a different folder, specify the folder in step 5.
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2
Double-click the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software icon on
the Windows® desktop or click Start on the task tray,
point to Programs, Sony Handheld, and then click Palm
Desktop for CLIÉ.
The Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software starts.
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3
Click Install.
The Install Tool dialog box appears.
From the User drop-down list, select a user name to use.
Click Add.
The Open File dialog box appears. The supplied add-on
applications are stored in the Add-on folder.
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4
5
Installing add-on applications onto your
Sony CLIÉ Handheld or “Memory Stick” media
6
Select the applications you want to install on your CLIÉ
handheld.
In the Install Tool dialog box, the list of applications you selected is
displayed.
If you do not want to install an application, select it, and then click
Remove. (The application is deleted from the list but remains on
your computer’s hard disk.)
7
8
9
Click Done.
Click OK.
Perform a HotSync operation.
The application(s) you selected in step 6 will be installed on your
CLIÉ handheld. See page 34 (Step 6: Performing a HotSync®
operation for the first time) for details on a local HotSync operation.
To access the Install Tool dialog box
Do either of the following to display the Install Tool dialog box
immediately:
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•
Click Start on the task bar, point to Programs (All
Programs in Windows® XP), Sony Handheld, and click
Install Tool.
•
Double-click any file with a PRC or PDB file extension.
To install applications to the Memory Stick media
You can install applications to the Memory Stick media through the
Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software.
Click Change Destination after performing step 6 on page
50. Click the file names to select the files, then click the
arrow (>> or <<) button to select Memory Stick as the
destination and click OK. Proceed to step 7.
Notes
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• When installing add-on applications to the Memory Stick media, be sure
to perform the HotSync operation with the Memory Stick media inserted
in your CLIÉ handheld.
• With some applications, your CLIÉ handheld may not be able to display
data if you installed the application in the Memory Stick media.
This is because the Palm Desktop for CLIÉ software installs application
data in the /PALM/Launcher directory when Memory Stick is selected.
As a result, some application data cannot be started through the normal
process.
If the application you installed in the Memory Stick media fails to start,
copy the data again, this time to your CLIÉ handheld. For details, see
“Copying data in Memory Stick media to your CLIÉ handheld” in the
Operating Instructions manual.
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Installing add-on applications onto your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld or “Memory Stick” media
Installing add-on applications by beaming them from
another Palm OS® device
Your CLIÉ handheld is equipped with an IR (infrared) port that you
can use to beam an application to another Palm OS® PDA device that’s
close by and also has an IR port. You can beam applications that are
either installed in your CLIÉ handheld or stored in the inserted
“Memory Stick” media. The IR port is located at the top of your CLIÉ
handheld, behind the small dark shield.
IR port
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The Application Launcher screen appears.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Beam.
The Beam screen appears.
4
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Tap the arrow V next to Beam From, and select
Handheld or Card.
5
Tap the application you want to transfer.
Note
Some applications are copy-protected and cannot be beamed. These are
listed with the lock
icon next to them.
6
7
Tap Beam.
When the Beam dialog box appears, point the IR port
directly at the IR port of the receiving handheld.
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For best results, the handhelds should be 4 to 8 inches (approximately 10 to
20 centimeters) apart, and the path between the two handhelds must be clear
of obstacles. Beaming distance to other Palm OS PDA devices may be
different.
8
Wait for the Beam dialog box to indicate that the
transfer is complete before you continue working on
your CLIÉ handheld.
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Tip
Installing add-on applications onto your Sony CLIÉ
Handheld or “Memory Stick” media
Removing add-on applications
In the event that your CLIÉ handheld or “Memory Stick” media runs
out of memory, or you decide that you no longer need an add-on
application you have installed, you can remove it from your CLIÉ
handheld or the “Memory Stick” media.
Note
You can remove only add-on applications, patches, and extensions that you have
installed. You cannot remove the standard applications provided with your CLIÉ
handheld, such as Address Book or Memo Pad.
1
Tap the Home
icon.
The Application Launcher screen appears.
2
Tap the Menu
icon.
The menu is displayed.
3
Tap Delete.
The Delete screen appears.
4
Tap the arrow V next to Delete From and select
Handheld or Card.
5
Tap the application you want to delete, and tap Delete.
A confirmation message for Delete Application is displayed.
6
Tap Yes.
The application you selected in Step 5 is deleted.
To cancel deletion, tap No.
7
Tap Done.
The Application Launcher screen appears again.
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Customer registration
If you do not fill in the customer registration soon after installing the
Palm™ Desktop for CLIÉ software, follow the instructions in this
section to complete the registration.
1
Double-click the Sony CLIÉ Registration icon on the
Windows® desktop or click Start on the task tray, point
to Programs, Sony Handheld, and then click Sony CLIÉ
Registration.
The Sony CLIÉ Handheld Registration screen appears.
2
Click http://www.sony.com/clie/register/
Your computer is connected to the Internet, and the Web page for
user registration is displayed.
3
Follow the onscreen instructions.
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For the latest support information,
check our official Sony CLIE Web site
http://www.sony.com/clie
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