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Name Search

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Function Search

Using

Your Handset

Guide

Organization

Solving

Problems

Index

Contents

Objective Search

Index

Z

P.19-26

Z

P.vi

Z

P.ii

Z

P.19-26

Overview

Contents

Function List

Display

Z

P.iv

Z

P.vi

Z

P.19-2

Z

P.1-10

Contents

Z

P.vi

Section Contents

Z

Chapter Top Pages

Troubleshooting

Warranty & Service

Z

P.19-10

Z

P.19-32

Getting Started

Call

Text Entry/Handwriting

Phone Book

Digital TV

Camera

Mobile Widget

News/Entertainment

Music Player

Managing Files

Connectivity

Handset Security

Tools

Messaging

Internet

S! Appli

S! GPS Navi

Settings

Appendix

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

17

18

19

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

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ii

Confirming & Using

My Number &

My Mail Address

Customizing

Handset Settings

Mastering Basics

Fun Stuff

My Phone Number

Confirm your phone number on handset in Standby without navigating menus.

My Number: Z P.1-30

Setting Ringtones

Set Chaku-Uta Full

®

files as ringtones.

My Mail Address

Customized address may reduce spam.

Customizing Handset Address:

Z P.14-4

Downloading Tunes & Tones

Download music (Chaku-Uta Full

®

files from mobile websites.

)

Ringtones: Z P.18-2

Learning Your Handset

Learn key assignments, and navigate menus to select & execute functions.

Handset Menus: Z P.1-18

Parts & Functions: Z P.1-6

Watching One Seg Digital TV

Enjoy One Seg digital TV.

Set channels in advance to view/record shows.

DIGITAL

T V

Digital TV: Z P.5-1

Downloading Music: Z P.9-3

Making Mobile Calls

Use voice telephony or enjoy video telephony with compatible mobiles.

Voice Calls: Z P.2-2

Video Calls: Z P.2-6

Music Player

Download music files from websites via

Music Player directly.

Music Player: Z P.9-1

Sending Your Contact Info

Save mail address and other details; send to compatible devices wirelessly.

Account Details: Z P.4-12

Customizing Standby Display

Add wallpaper, set clock size/position or set calendar to appear in Standby.

Wallpaper: Z P.10-6

Display: Z P.18-3

Mastering Text Entry Methods

Enter text for Messaging functions or to add/edit Phone Book entry items.

Text Entry: Z P.3-1

Camera & Video Camera

Capture still images or record videos.

Use Camera in Viewer Position.

Camera: Z P.6-1

Messaging Multiple Recipients

Enter multiple mail addresses/numbers to send a message to all at one time.

Sending Messages: Z P.14-4

Add/Edit/Delete Address: Z P.14-9

Customizing Menu

Save frequently used functions in

Private Menu.

Sending Files Wirelessly

Send files or your own mail address saved in Account Details via Infrared/IC transmission to other compatible devices.

Infrared/IC Transmission: Z P.4-12

Using Shortcuts to Functions

Access shortcuts to frequently used functions in Standby.

Private Menu: Z P.1-24

Using Messaging Services

Send short or long text messages.

Attach image/sound files, etc. to

S! Mail.

Messaging: Z P.14-1

Graphic Mail: Z P.14-6

Playing Games

Download and install

S! Appli Games via

Yahoo! Keitai.

S! Appli: Z P.16-1

Shortcuts: Z P.1-21

Accessing the Mobile Internet

Access Mobile Internet sites via Yahoo!

Keitai to browse sites or download files.

Yahoo! Keitai: Z P.15-1

Getting News (Japanese)

Set up S! Quick News to view a variety of information contents.

S! Quick News: Z P.8-5

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942P Features

SoftBank Mobile

Features

Useful Features

PC-related

Functions

Waterproof

942P is waterproof, allowing handset use in the rain or in bathrooms.

Z P.xxiii

Yahoo! Keitai

Access Mobile Internet sites via Yahoo!

Keitai to browse sites or download files.

Z P.15-4

Phone Book/

S! Addressbook Back-up (SAB)

Save Phone Book entries; back up handset entries on Server, etc.

Z P.4-1, P.4-10

PC Site Browser &

Direct Browser (for Wi-Fi)

View PC-based websites on handset.

Viewer Position

Use Touch Pen (complimentary sample) for Touch Panel Operations in Viewer

Position. Enter text using Handwriting function. Customize Touch Menu.

Z P.1-31

Graphic Mail/AutoArt

Create HTML messages; select font color/size, background; insert images.

AutoArt adds pictograms based on entered keywords.

Z P.14-6, P.14-7

Camera

Capture still images with 13.2 megapixel

(effective pixels) camera.

Set Image stabilizer/Face detection for high-quality pictures.

Z P.6-1

Data Back-up/Management

Transfer data between handset and PC for back-up and editing.

Z P.15-5 Z P.11-16

Picture Album

View pictures in slideshow mode.

Choose from a variety of effects.

Z P.10-24

S! GPS Navi

Check your position on map, and navigate to a destination.

Z P.17-1

Calendar & Alarm

Add events by time/date and set Event

Alarms to help manage your schedule.

Wi-Fi

Use wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) to connect to home/public access points. Enjoy high speed Internet access or stream media files.

Z P.11-11

S! Information Channel/Weather (Japanese)

Subscribe to content and periodically receive update information.

Set Weather Indicator to check weather forecast in Standby.

Z P.8-2

Music Player

Play handset/microSD Card music files.

PC Mail

Send/receive messages via PC mail account.

Z P.14-25

Mobile Widget (Japanese)

Download and paste widgets to

Standby for quick access to information and various tools.

Z P.7-1

Digital TV

Enjoy One Seg digital TV programs and video in wide horizontal screen.

Z P.13-2, P.13-6

BD/HDD Recorder

Save programs recorded on an HDD recorder to microSD and play back on handset.

Z P.10-14

Z P.9-1

Bluetooth

®

Connect wirelessly to a Bluetooth compatible speaker to enjoy TV in dynamic sound.

®

-

Z P.11-6

Z P.5-1

Osaifu-Keitai

®

Use handset as an electronic cash card, reward card or membership card.

Z P.13-9

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Contents

Contents ....................................................vi

Package Contents ....................................viii

Using This Guide ......................................viii

Safety Precautions ....................................xii

Handling Precautions ............................xviii

Waterproof Feature ...............................xxiii

Copyrights and Others.......................... xxvii

Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) .............. xxx

1. Getting Started

About Handset........................................ 1-2

USIM Card ............................................... 1-4

Parts & Functions .................................... 1-6

About Battery ....................................... 1-12

Handset Power On/Off .......................... 1-15

Manner Mode ....................................... 1-16

Handset Menus ..................................... 1-18

Standby Options ................................... 1-20

Customizing User Interface .................. 1-22

Private Menu ........................................ 1-24

Simple Menu ......................................... 1-25

Using Videos/Music ............................... 1-27

Passwords ............................................. 1-28

Multi Task ............................................. 1-29

View Blind ............................................ 1-30

My Number ........................................... 1-30

Viewer Position .................................... 1-31

2. Call

Making/Answering Voice Calls ............... 2-2

Making/Answering Video Calls ............... 2-6

International Calls .................................. 2-9

Engaged Call Functions ........................ 2-11

Call Log ................................................. 2-13

Answer Phone....................................... 2-15

Optional Services ................................. 2-17

3. Text Entry/Handwriting

Text Entry ................................................ 3-2

Entering Text ........................................... 3-3

Conversion Methods (Japanese) ............. 3-6

Editing Text ............................................. 3-8

User's Dictionary .................................... 3-9

Download Dictionary ............................ 3-10

Text Entry in Touch Panel ...................... 3-10

Handwriting Functions ......................... 3-11

4. Phone Book

Overview ................................................ 4-2

Saving to Phone Book ............................ 4-3

Searching/Using Phone Book .................. 4-6

Managing Phone Book ........................... 4-9

S! Addressbook Back-up (SAB) ............. 4-10

Account Details .................................... 4-12

Voice Dial .............................................. 4-13

5. Digital TV

Basics ...................................................... 5-2

Initial Setup ............................................ 5-4

Watching TV ............................................ 5-5

TV Links (Japanese) .............................. 5-10

Recording/Playing Programs ................ 5-11

6. Camera

Before Using Camera .............................. 6-2

Pictures ................................................... 6-7

Videos ..................................................... 6-8

Other Camera Functions ......................... 6-9

Viewing Saved Images ......................... 6-16

7. Mobile Widget

Mobile Widget (Japanese) ...................... 7-2

Using Widgets ......................................... 7-2

8. News/Entertainment

S! Information Channel/Weather

(Japanese) ............................................... 8-2

S! Quick News (Japanese) ...................... 8-5

S! Contents Store ................................... 8-6

Blogging ................................................. 8-7

9. Music Player

Overview ................................................ 9-2

Saving Music .......................................... 9-2

Using Music Player ................................. 9-5

10. Managing Files

Data Folder ........................................... 10-2

Opening Files ........................................ 10-4

Using/Editing Still Images .................. 10-11

Playing Videos .................................... 10-13

Managing Folders/Files ...................... 10-16 microSD Card ...................................... 10-18

Picture Album ..................................... 10-24

11. Connectivity

Infrared ................................................. 11-2

IC Transmission ..................................... 11-4

Bluetooth ® ............................................ 11-6

Wi-Fi ................................................... 11-11

SoftBank Utility Software

(Japanese) ........................................... 11-16

USB (Japanese) ................................... 11-17

AV Output ........................................... 11-18

12. Handset Security

Changing Phone Password ................... 12-2

Security Functions ................................ 12-2

Restricting Calls/Messages ................... 12-9

Reset ................................................... 12-13

13. Tools

Calendar ............................................... 13-2

Tasks ..................................................... 13-5

Alarms .................................................. 13-6

Calculator ............................................. 13-8

Notepad ................................................ 13-8

Osaifu Keitai ® ....................................... 13-9

Dictionary (Japanese) ......................... 13-13

Sound Recorders ................................. 13-14

Bar Code Reader ................................. 13-15

Pedometer .......................................... 13-17

14. Messaging

Basics .................................................... 14-2

Sending S! Mail & SMS ......................... 14-4

Receiving & Viewing Messages .......... 14-12

Organizing/Using Messages ............... 14-17

PC Mail ............................................... 14-25

15. Internet

Getting Started .................................... 15-2

Using Yahoo! Keitai .............................. 15-4

Browsing PC Sites ................................. 15-5

Basic Operations ................................... 15-7

Using Information ................................ 15-9

Option Menu Items ............................. 15-14

16. S! Appli

Before Using S! Appli ........................... 16-2

Using S! Appli ....................................... 16-3

17. S! GPS Navi

About S! GPS Navi ................................ 17-2

Using S! GPS Navi................................. 17-2

18. Settings

Sound & Vibration ................................ 18-2

Display .................................................. 18-3

Manner Mode ....................................... 18-7

Incoming Settings................................. 18-8

Date & Time .......................................... 18-9

Call Settings ......................................... 18-9

Notification Light ............................... 18-10

Text Entry ............................................ 18-11

Phone Book ........................................ 18-12

Voice Dial ............................................ 18-12

Video Call ........................................... 18-12

Digital TV ............................................ 18-13

Camera ............................................... 18-15

Mobile Widget (Japanese) .................. 18-18

S! Quick News (Japanese) .................. 18-18

Bluetooth ® .......................................... 18-19

Messaging .......................................... 18-20

Internet ............................................... 18-23

S! Appli ............................................... 18-25

Osaifu-Keitai ® ..................................... 18-25

S! GPS Navi Settings .......................... 18-26

Default Settings ................................. 18-27

Confirming Settings ............................ 18-28

19. Appendix

Function List ......................................... 19-2

Troubleshooting .................................. 19-10

Software Update ................................ 19-12

Quick Open Menu ............................... 19-14

Key Assignments

(5-touch Mode) ................................. 19-15

(2-touch Mode) ................................. 19-16

Symbol List ......................................... 19-17

Character Code List ............................ 19-18

Weather Indicator List ........................ 19-23

Memory List ........................................ 19-24

Specifications ..................................... 19-25

Index ................................................... 19-26

Warranty & Service ............................. 19-32

Customer Service................................ 19-33

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Package Contents

Touch Pen * viii

* Complimentary sample (not available for purchase)

Note

⿟ Use SoftBank specified AC Charger (sold separately) to charge battery.

⿟ For more information about AC Charger and accessories, please contact

SoftBank Mobile Customer Center, General Information ( Z P.19-33).

⿟ 942P accepts microSD Card (not included). Purchase microSD Card to use related functions ( Z P.10-18).

Using This Guide

Before reading this guide, make a note of the following:

⿟ In this guide, SoftBank 942P User Guide, SoftBank 942P is referred to as

"handset" or abbreviated as "942P."

"microSD Card" and "microSDHC Card" are referred to as "microSD

Card" in this guide.

Handset operations and screenshots are based on defaults for handset color White ( Z P.18-27).

⿟ Handset operations and screenshots are based on Normal Position.

⿟ Sample screenshots, etc. are provided for reference only. Actual handset

⿟ windows, menus, etc. may differ in appearance.

Key icons use simplified labels.

⿟ Most operation descriptions begin in Standby.

⿟ Pressing a key for more than one second is described as "Press and hold."

Guide Symbols

Press the corresponding key to execute the function or operation indicated at the bottom of Display.

Example:

❷ ❶

⿟ Images shown above are for reference only.

Multi Selector Operations ( ❶ )

Operations

Press X to scroll

Softkey Label*

Press *

* Softkey labels vary by menu.

Use Multi Selector to select items, navigate menus, etc. In this guide,

Multi Selector operations are indicated as shown below.

Up

> Up z

Up/Down

Left Right

C Down z

Left/Right

Down Center

V Left

N Right z

Left/Right

* Center

Softkeys ( ❷❸❹❺ )

In this guide, Softkey operations are indicated as shown below.

Example ❷❸ : A [Finish] , S [Menu]

⿟ [Finish] and [Menu] are Softkey label examples;

Softkey labels vary by menu.

Japanese Functions & Services

When "(Japanese)" appears in a title, Japanese ability is required to use full range of the function or service.

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Operation Descriptions

⿟ The following examples are for reference only and may differ from actual operations.

Basic Operations

Operations are expressed as shown here.

Example 1:

A Menu Selection B Steps

Main Menu 4 Phone 4 Group

⿟ appears for USIM Card Group.

1

Highlight a group

7 A

[Edit]

7

Select an item

7

Set item

Example 2:

C Check Box Selection

1 A 7

Settings

2

Universal Settings

7

Mail Security

3

Enter Phone Password

7 A

[Finish]

7

Check items

C Check Box Selection

❶.

Use z to highlight an item; then press

Check Box changes to .

* .

Repeat to select multiple items.

❷.

To deselect an item, use ?

to highlight item; then press * .

Check mark disappears.

A Menu Selection

❶.

Press z in Standby to open Main Menu.

❷.

Use z to highlight Phone ; then press * [Select] .

❸.

Use z to highlight Group ; then press * [Select] .

B Steps

❶.

Use z to highlight a group; then press A [Edit] .

❷ .

Use ?

to highlight an item; then press * [Select] .

❸ .

Set respective items.

Advanced Operations

For advanced features and settings, go to pages indicated under Tip.

Example:

Tip

● Operations Available during a Voice Call ( Z P.2-11)

● Calling from Call Log ( Z P.2-14)

● Saving Entered Numbers to Phone Book ( Z P.4-5)

Settings ● Set Handset Response when Closed during Call ( Z P.18-10)

Settings Refer to Chapter 18 "Settings."

Abbreviated Descriptions

For advanced settings (Chapter 18), initial operations may be abbreviated or omitted.

Example:

A Abbreviated Steps

Initial steps are abbreviated.

From Main Menu 4 Tools 4 Calendar

■ Functions Available in Calendar Window

> Highlight a date 7 S [Menu] 7 Select an item (See below)

New

Item

Weekly display/

1 Month

Operation/Description

Create a new entry ( Z P.13-2, P.13-3)

Toggle Monthly/Weekly view

B Steps

Follow these steps after Abbreviated Steps .

■ Use Other Graphic Mail Settings

> In S! Mail text entry window, J 7 Select an arrange item

C Omitted Steps

Initial steps are omitted. Start operations from specified window.

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Safety Precautions

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Before■use,■read■these■safety■precautions■carefully■and■use■your■handset■ properly.■Keep■this■guide■in■a■safe■place■for■future■reference.

These■safety■precautions■contain■information■intended■to■prevent■bodily■ injury■to■the■user■and■to■surrounding■people,■as■well■as■damage■to■ property,■and■must■be■observed■at■all■times.

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

These■symbols■indicate■level■of■harm■from■failure■to■observe■cautions■or■ improper■usage.■

Make■sure■to■understand■these■symbols■and■precautions■before■reading■ this■guide.

Danger

Great risk of death or serious injury from improper use

Warning

Risk of death or serious injury from improper use

Caution

Risk of injury or damage to property from improper use

■ ■ Symbol■Explanations■

Make■sure■to■understand■these■symbols■and■precautions■before■reading■ this■guide.

Prohibited Action Avoid Moisture

Disassembly

Prohibited

Compulsory Action

Always Dry Hands

First

Disconnect Power

Source

Handset, Battery, USIM Card, Desktop Holder,

AC Charger (sold separately) & microSD Card

(not included)

Danger

Do not use or leave handset or related hardware in locations subject to high temperatures, such as near an open flame/ heater, in sunlight or inside a car on an extremely hot day.

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.

Battery■may■leak,■overheat,■explode,■or■ignite.■Handset■or■related■ hardware■may■deform■or■malfunction.■Part■of■the■casing■may■ also■become■hot■and■cause■burns.

Do not use excessive force to attach battery or connect

Charger or Desktop Holder to handset. Battery or connector may be the wrong way around.

Battery■may■leak,■overheat,■explode■or■catch■fire.

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

May■cause■accidents■such■as■fire,■bodily■injury,■electric■shock■or■ equipment■malfunction.■Battery■may■leak,■overheat,■explode■or■catch■fire.■

Modifying■handset■is■a■violation■of■Radio■Law■and■subject■to■prosecution.

Do not expose handset internal parts, battery, Charger or Desktop Holder to liquids.

If■handset■interior,■battery,■Charger■or■Desktop■Holder■is■left■wet■ or■battery■is■charged■after■exposure■to■liquids■such■as■water■or■ pet■urine,■overheating,■electric■shock,■fire,■injury■or■malfunction■ may■occur.

Be■mindful■of■location■when■using■handset,■battery,■Charger■or■

Desktop■Holder.

Handle■with■care.

Use specified battery, Charger and Desktop Holder.

Battery may leak, overheat, explode or catch fire, and Charger may overheat, catch fire or cause malfunction.

Warning

Do not place handset, battery, Charger or Desktop

Holder inside cooking appliances, such as microwave ovens or high-pressure containers, or on IH cooking heaters.

Battery may leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. Handset,

Charger or Desktop Holder may overheat, emit smoke, catch fire or cause malfunction.

Do not drop, throw or otherwise subject to strong force or impacts.

Battery may leak, overheat, explode, catch fire, or cause electric shock or damage to handset.

Do not allow liquids (water, pet urine, etc.) or conductive objects (pencil lead, metal pieces, necklaces, hair pins, etc.) to contact Charger terminals, external port terminals or microSD Card slot.

May cause fire or malfunction triggered by short-circuit.

Do not charge battery while handset is wet.

May cause electric shock or short circuit, resulting in fire, malfunction, etc.

Keep handset off and Charger disconnected near propane gas, in filling stations or places where flammable gas is generated.

Handset use in such areas may lead to fire. Be sure to turn off handset before using Osaifu-Keitai ® in filling stations. (When IC

Card Lock is set, turn off handset after unlocking setting.)

If handset, battery, Charger or Desktop Holder emits an unusual sound, smoke or odor, perform following steps:

1. Unplug Charger from outlet.

2. Turn off handset.

3. Remove battery. (Take care to avoid burns or injuries.)

May cause fire or electric shock.

Caution

Do not place handset, battery, Charger or Desktop

Holder on an unstable surface.

May fall, causing injury or malfunction. Take extra precautions while vibration alert is active or during charging.

Keep handset and related hardware out of the reach of young children.

May result in accidental ingestion or bodily injury.

If for use by child, guardian should teach proper handling and ensure handset and related hardware is used as directed.

May result in bodily injury.

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Battery

Danger

See battery label to confirm battery type.

Label

Li-ion 00

Battery Type

Lithium-ion

Do not throw battery into fire.

Battery may leak, explode or catch fire.

Do not pierce battery with a nail or other sharp object, hit it with a hammer, step on it, or subject it to strong shocks.

Battery may leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.

Do not touch terminals with metallic objects or carry/store battery with conductive objects (pencil lead, metal pieces, necklaces, hair pins, etc.).

Battery may leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.

If battery fluid gets into eyes, do not rub; flush with clean water and see a doctor immediately.

Failure to do so may cause blindness.

Warning

If battery fluid comes into contact with your skin or clothing, stop handset use immediately and rinse fluid off with clean water.

Battery fluid is harmful to your skin.

If battery does not charge after specified time, stop charging.

Battery may leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.

If battery emits an unusual odor, overheats, discolors or deforms, immediately remove battery and move it away as far as possible from any flame or fire. Take care to avoid burns or injuries.

Battery may leak, overheat, explode or catch fire.

Caution

Do not dispose of battery with ordinary refuse.

Place tape over the terminals to insulate battery, and take it to a

SoftBank retailer or institution that handles used batteries in your area. Comply with local waste disposal regulations for recycling.

Handset

Warning

Do not use handset while driving a vehicle.

Doing so may interfere with safe driving and cause an accident.

Stop your vehicle to park in a safe place before using handset.

Drivers using handsets while driving are subject to prosecution.

Do not aim the infrared port at eyes when using infrared communication.

Doing so may affect eyes.

Do not point Photo light directly at someone's eyes. Do not look directly at Photo light while light is on.

May damage eyesight or cause accidents due to momentary sight loss or surprise. Do not take pictures of infants at close range.

Turn off handset near high-precision electronic devices or devices using weak electronic signals.

Handset may cause these devices to malfunction.

*Electronic devices that may be affected: Hearing aids, implantable cardiac pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillators, other medical electronic devices, fire alarms, automatic doors and other automatically controlled devices.

Turn off handset aboard aircraft.

Handset signal may interfere with aircraft operation.

When in-flight handset use is permitted, follow airline instructions for proper use.

If you have a weak heart, take extra precautions when setting functions such as Vibration or Ringer Volume for incoming transmissions.

May affect heart.

In a thunderstorm, immediately turn off handset and seek shelter.

There is a risk of being struck by lightning and suffering electric shock.

Caution

If handset affects car electronics, stop use.

Handset use may affect electronics in some models. In this case, stop use; could impede safe driving.

Do not place a magnetic card near or in handset.

The stored magnetic data in cash cards, credit cards, telephone cards and floppy disks, etc. may be erased.

Do not swing handset by its strap, etc.

Handset may strike you or others, or strap may be broken resulting in injury or damage to handset or other property.

Do not place your ear too close to the speaker while ringer sounds or sound files play.

May impair hearing.

If skin abnormality occurs, immediately stop use and seek medical treatment.

Handset contains metals. Handset use may cause itching, rashes, eczema or other symptoms depending on the user's physical condition.

Outer case

Parts

Display side,

Lateral side of Display

Rear side of Display,

Keypad side

Battery side,

Battery cover

Bottom part of Display panel, Screw covers on

Battery side

Materials/Surface Finish

PC resin/Evaporated tin,

Acrylic UV cured coating

PA resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

PC+ABS resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

ABS resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

Hinge

Earpiece area

Display panel

Rear side of Display

Display side

Screw covers

Corner parts of Display

Keypad, Camera ring part, Stop pads

PC+ABS resin/Evaporated tin,

Acrylic UV cured coating

PA resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

PET resin

Acrylic resin/

Hard coating film with evaporated tin

PET resin/Hard coating

Elastomer resin

Acrylic urethane resin

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Side Key

Parts

Notification Light/Charging Indicator

Camera lens

Materials/Surface Finish

PC resin/Evaporated aluminium,

Acrylic UV cured coating

PC resin

Acrylic resin/Hard coating

Photo Light/Infrared port

TV Antenna

Tip: Resin part,

Base: Cap

Metal part

(Upper, middle part)

PC resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

ABS resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

Stainless steel

Metal part (Lower part) NiTi alloy

Base: Hinge Stainless steel

Inner Cover

Base: Hinge (Pullout part) Brass/Tin-cobalt plating

Base: Cap (Metal part) Stainless steel

External Port terminals

Stainless steel/

Tin plating on nickel plating

External Port

Cover

Port Cover

Packing

PC resin, Elastomer resin/

Acrylic UV cured coating

Silicon rubber

Charging Terminals

Brass/Gold plating on nickel plating, palladium plating

PC resin, Silicon rubber

Battery compartment

Screws (Battery compartment) microSD Card slot (Battery compartment)

Resin part

Metal part

PC resin

Iron/Chrome plating

LCP resin

Stainless steel/Nickel plating

Battery terminals

Battery

Parts

Resin part

Terminals

Battery

Terminals

Materials/Surface Finish

PPS resin

Beryllium copper/

Gold plating on nickel plating

PC resin (Label: PET resin)

Glass fiber reinforced epoxy board/

Gold plating on nickel plating

Handset may become hot while used in a hot environment.

Avoid prolonged skin contact that may result in burns.

Make sure not to trap fingers or objects when opening/closing handset.

May result in injury or damage to display.

Watch TV with adequate lighting and distance from

Display.

May damage eyesight.

Do not turn up the volume unnecessarily high when using earphones.

Using earphones with volume turned up for an extended period may impair hearing or injure ears.

Desktop Holder & AC Charger (sold separately)

Warning

Do not cover or wrap Charger or Desktop Holder during charging.

May cause overheating, fire or malfunction.

Always use the specified power supply/voltage.

Using incorrect voltage may cause fire or malfunction.

AC Charger: AC100V-240V (household AC outlet only)

In-Car Charger: DC12V, 24V (vehicles with a negative earth only)

Use In-Car Charger in vehicles with a negative (-) earth.

Do not use In-Car Charger if vehicle has a positive (+) earth.

May cause fire.

Do not use Charger in thunderstorms.

There is a risk of suffering electric shock.

Do not expose Charger or Desktop Holder to liquids and high humidity (e.g., precipitation, bath/shower room, restroom, etc.).

May cause fire, electric shock or malfunction.

Do not handle Charger with wet hands.

May cause electric shock or malfunction.

If In-Car Charger fuse blows, always replace it with specified fuse.

Using the incorrect fuse may cause fire or malfunction. Refer to the respective manuals for information on the correct fuse specifications.

If dust accumulates on plug, unplug Charger and wipe with a dry cloth.

May cause fire.

When plugging Charger into outlet, keep conductive materials (pencil lead, metal parts, necklaces, hair pins, etc.) away from Desktop Holder terminals or Charger plug/terminals and plug Charger firmly into outlet.

May cause electric shock, short-circuit or fire.

Unplug Charger during periods of disuse.

May cause electric shock, fire or malfunction.

If liquid such as water or pet urine get into Charger, unplug it immediately.

May cause electric shock, smoke emission or fire.

Caution

Pull Charger (not cord) to unplug Charger.

Pulling on the cord may damage the cord and cause electric shock or fire.

Always unplug Charger before cleaning it.

May result in electric shock.

Near Electronic Medical Equipment

Warning

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

Communications Equipment such as Cellular Telephones and

Safeguards for Electronic Medical Equipment" (Electromagnetic

Compatibility Conference, April 1997) and "Report of Investigation of the Effects of Radio Waves on Medical Equipment, etc."

(Association of Radio Industries and Businesses, March 2001).

If you use an implantable cardiac pacemaker or cardioverter defibrillator, keep handset more than

22 cm away from the implant at all times.

Handset radio waves may affect implantable cardiac pacemaker or cardioverter defibrillator operations.

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Persons using electronic medical equipment outside medical facilities should consult the vendor about possible radio wave effects.

Handset radio waves may affect electronic medical equipment operations.

Observe the following in medical facilities. Handset radio waves may affect electronic medical equipment.

• Do not take handset into operating rooms, Intensive Care

Units or Coronary Care Units.

• Turn off handset inside hospital wards.

• Turn off handset even outside hospital wards (in hospital lobbies, etc.); electronic medical equipment may be in use nearby.

• Where a medical facility has specific instructions prohibiting the carrying and use of mobile phones, observe those instructions strictly.

Turn off handset in crowded places such as rush hour trains; implantable cardiac pacemakers or cardioverter defibrillators may be in use nearby.

Handset radio waves may affect implantable cardiac pacemaker or cardioverter defibrillator operations.

Handling Precautions

General Notes

⿟ SoftBank is not liable for damages from accidental loss/alteration/repair of handset/microSD Card information

(Phone Book entries, image/sound files, etc.). Back-up important information.

⿟ Handset transmissions may be disrupted inside buildings, tunnels or underground, or when moving into/out of such

⿟ places.

Use handset without disturbing others.

⿟ Handsets are radios as stipulated by the Radio Law. Under the

Radio Law, handsets must be submitted for inspection upon request.

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

⿟ Read microSD Card manual beforehand for proper use.

⿟ Beware of eavesdropping.

Digital signals reduce interception, however transmissions may be overheard. Deliberate/accidental interception of communications constitutes eavesdropping.

"eavesdropping" means radio communication is received by another receiver deliberately or accidentally.

⿟ Be cautious of unsafe websites. Take extra precautions especially when posting personal information on websites.

Electromagnetic Waves

⿟ 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.

FCC Notice

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

  (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and

(2) this device must accept any interference received, including

⿟ interference that may cause undesired operation.

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

FCC RF Exposure Information

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

The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific 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 0.582 W/kg, and when worn on the body in a holder or carry case, is 0.286 W/kg.

Body-worn Operation; This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of the handset kept 1.5 cm from the body. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a 1.5 cm separation distance between the user's body and the back of the handset. The use of beltclips, holsters and similar accessories should not contain metallic components in its assembly.

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

FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model handset with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR information on this model handset is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/ after searching on FCC ID UCE210030A.

Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) website at http://www.phonefacts.net.

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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 W/kg and the highest

SAR value for this device when tested at the ear was 0.327 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 0.287 W/kg. As SAR is measured utilizing the devices 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 Waves on page xix for important notes regarding body worn operation.

Declaration of Conformity

We, Panasonic Mobile Communications Development of Europe

Ltd., declare that SoftBank 942P conforms with the essential and other relevant requirements of the directive 1999/5/EC.

A declaration of conformity to this effect can be found at http://panasonic.net/pmc/support/index.html

⿟ This product is only intended for sale in Japan.

⿟ Compliance to the European RTTE directive applies to: SoftBank

942P handset, battery (PMBAY1) and AC Charger (SoftBank

ZTDAA1, marked MITSUMI).

Handset Care

⿟ 942P is not completely waterproof. Be sure to observe the following:

• Use handset with External Port Cover, Inner Cover and Battery Cover tightly closed. Failing to do so may result in malfunction.

• Malfunction caused by contact with liquids may not be covered by

Warranty.

• Do not install/remove battery or open/close External Port Cover or

Battery Cover in rain or when handset is still wet.

• Accessories and other optional items are not waterproof.

• Air conditioned air may cause condensation, resulting in corrosion.

⿟ If handset is left with no battery or an exhausted one, data may be altered/lost. SoftBank is not liable for any resulting damages.

⿟ Use handset within temperatures of 5°C to 35°C and humidity

35% to 90% (limiting to temporary use in a bathroom within

36°C to 40°C). Avoid extreme temperatures/direct sunlight.

Handset may become warm during use or charging. This is not malfunction.

Battery may swell as service life nears end; this is not a problem.

⿟ Exposing lens to direct sunlight may damage color filter and affect image color.

Soiled terminals may cause poor connection. If the terminals are dirty, use a dry cloth or cotton swab to wipe them clean.

Clean handset with dry, soft cloth. Using alcohol, thinner, etc. may damage it.

⿟ Avoid forceful rubbing or scratching handset display.

⿟ Do not subject handset to excessive force.

• Do not sit down with handset in a back pocket.

• Do not place heavy objects on a bag with handset inside.

Do not remove nameplate from handset; doing so invalidates warranty.

⿟ Always turn off handset before removing battery. If battery is removed while saving or sending mail, data may be altered or

⿟ lost.

LCD is manufactured with high precision technology, however, some pixels may appear darker/brighter.

⿟ Connect only specified products to External Port.

⿟ While walking, moderate earphone volume to make sounds around you audible and help avoid accidents.

⿟ When holding handset in use, do not cover Speaker.

Function Usage Limits

These functions are disabled after handset replacement/upgrade or service cancellation: Camera; Digital TV; Music Player;

S! Appli; Lifestyle-Appli; Wi-Fi.

After a period of disuse, these functions may become unusable.

Multitasking During Calls/Data Transmissions

⿟ Transmission fees apply while other functions are used during a call/data transmission.

Mobile Camera

⿟ Be sure to observe proper etiquette when using the camera.

⿟ Do not expose the camera lens to direct sunlight. Concentrated sunlight through the lens may cause the handset to malfunction.

Be sure to try taking and previewing pictures before using the camera on important occasions like wedding ceremonies.

Do not commercially use or transfer pictures taken with the camera without the permission of the copyright holder

(photographer), except for personal use.

⿟ Do not use the camera in locations where taking photos and recording videos are prohibited.

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Bluetooth

®

/Wi-Fi

Bluetooth ® /Wi-Fi connection is not guaranteed with all

Bluetooth ® /Wi-Fi devices.

Handset complies with Bluetooth ® /Wi-Fi security standards.

However, this does not ensure 100% security.

⿟ SoftBank is not liable for damages arising from accidental data/information leakage during Bluetooth ® /Wi-Fi

⿟ transmissions.

Wi-Fi function is only intended for use in Japan. This handset's

Wi-Fi function is certified as compliant with the radio standard in Japan. Wi-Fi function should be disabled when travelling outside Japan. Use in other countries may contravene local

⿟ regulations.

Bluetooth ® /Wi-Fi shares the same frequency band with other industrial/scientific/medical equipment (microwave ovens, etc.), radio stations, amateur radio stations, etc. (hereinafter "other radio stations").

1 Before using Bluetooth ® /Wi-Fi function, visually check that there are no other radio stations sharing same frequency band nearby.

2 Should interference occur between this handset and other radio stations, move to another place or stop Bluetooth ® /

Wi-Fi function (stop the transmission) immediately.

3 For additional information and support, contact us at the following number.

SoftBank Mobile Customer Center;

From a SoftBank handset, call toll free at 157 for General

Information.

From landlines, see Z P.19-33 "Customer Service."

Wireless Frequency Bands

⿟ Bluetooth ® frequency band information is as follows:

• This radio station uses 2.4 GHz band with FH-SS modulation, and its maximum communication distance is 10 m.

• This radio station uses 2400 – 2483.5 MHz band.

Avoiding frequency band of mobile unit identification apparatus is not possible.

Wi-Fi frequency band information is as follows:

• This radio station uses 2.4 GHz band with DS-SS/

OFDM modulation, and its maximum communication distance is 40 m.

• This radio station uses 2400 – 2483.5 MHz band.

Avoiding frequency band of mobile unit identification apparatus is possible.

Precautions for Wi-Fi Usage

⿟ Do not use Wi-Fi function near magnetic devices or sources of magnetic waves.

• Magnetic waves or electrostatic noise may cause noise/interference

(especially when a microwave oven is in use).

• Wi-Fi use near TVs or radios may affect TV/radio reception.

• When multiple access points using the same channel are nearby, target access point may not be found.

Waterproof Feature

942P complies with IPX5 (former JIS Ingress Protection grade

Code 5) 1 and IPX7 (former JIS Ingress Protection Code grade 7) 2 waterproof standards (External Port Cover, Inner Cover and

Battery Cover must be tightly closed).

1 IPX5 compliant: Protection against water projection from water jets

(projecting water from a 6.3 mm diameter nozzle at a distance of approximately 3 meters for over 3 minutes at a rate of 12.5 L/min from

2 different directions).

IPX7 compliant: Protection against water leakage when submerged under water (still tap water at room temperature up to 1 meter deep for approximately 30 minutes).

Note: Complete protection is not guaranteed under all conditions. Read

User Guide for proper handset use. Malfunctions due to improper handling by the user are not covered by Warranty.

942P Use in the Rain, Bathroom, Poolside, Etc.

■ Rain

⿟ Talk on handset in moderately heavy rain (rainfall of 20 mm or less per hour).

⿟ Do not use handset in heavy rain (rainfall of 20 mm or more per hour).

■ Washing Handset

⿟ Rinse handset in fresh water/tap water (at room temperature), using gentle back and forth movement; or under gentle running water

(approximately 10 cm from faucet/showerhead at

5ºC to 35ºC).

⿟ Tightly close Battery Cover and hold down External Port

Cover when rinsing handset.

⿟ Do not use brushes, sponges, soaps or detergents.

■ Leisure

⿟ Do not immerse or drop handset into swimming pool/sea. Do not use handset underwater.

⿟ If pool/sea water spatters on handset, immediately rinse with tap water (room temperature).

■ Bathroom

⿟ Do not immerse or drop handset into a bathtub.

Do not use handset underwater.

⿟ Do not immerse handset into water containing soap, detergent or bath agents or hot spring water.

⿟ Do not expose handset to strong water flow (strong enough to feel pain on skin).

⿟ Avoid using handset in a bathroom for a prolonged period of time.

⿟ Extreme temperature changes can cause condensation. Wait until handset reaches room temperature before bringing it to a bathroom.

■ Kitchen

⿟ Do not expose handset to soap water, detergent, spice, juice, etc.

⿟ Do not expose handset to hot/cold water.

⿟ Do not expose handset to strong water flow.

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Notes on Usage

⿟ Make sure that External Port Cover, Inner Cover and Battery

Cover are tightly closed before use. If small particles (fine fiber, hair, sand, etc.) are caught between Battery Cover, Inner Cover and handset, water leakage may occur.

⿟ If handset comes into contact with any liquids while External

Port Cover, Inner Cover or Battery Cover is open, electric shock or malfunction may occur. Turn off handset power and remove battery.

⿟ Do not immerse handset in any liquids other than fresh water or tap water (room temperature).

⿟ Regardless of handset performance, replacing handset parts every two years is recommended. Replace parts at your own expense. Contact SoftBank Mobile Customer Center, Customer

Assistance ( Z P.19-33) in your subscription area.

■ Open External Port Cover

1 Lift cover up ① and rotate in direction ② ②

■ Remove Battery Cover

1 Press

Cover

and slide to detach

2 Lift open Inner Cover by the tabs

(as indicated by arrows)

⿟ To maintain water protection, Inner

Cover fits tightly. Do not force cover open; may injure nails/fingers.

■ Attach Battery Cover

1 Close Inner Cover. Make sure hinges are securely attached. Tabs on the underside should align with slots

Hinges

■ Close External Port Cover

1 Align cover with port. Press down on base area, then entire cover

2 Make sure cover is completely closed

Base Area

① Slot

Inner Cover

Underside

2 Press ● marks to close Cover completely

3 Align Cover tabs with handset slots, leaving a 2 mm gap

Slide Cover in direction of arrow to shut completely

Approx. 2 mm

4 Make sure no gap remains between Cover and handset

⿟ Keypad surface may inflate slightly when attaching Battery Cover. This is not a malfunction; surface will gradually deflate. Use keypad as you would normally; do not press with excessive force.

To manually relieve air pressure, first wipe off any moisture from handset surface. Open External Port Cover to let out air then shut cover completely.

Precautions

■ Handset

⿟ Do not leave handset wet.

• Doing so may cause short circuit on External Port.

• Water may leak into keypad or hinge. In cold climates, water drops turn into frost; this may cause malfunction.

⿟ Do not wash handset in a washing machine.

⿟ Handset is not heat resistant. Do not immerse handset in hot water, use it in a sauna or dry it with hot air using a dryer.

⿟ Do not drop handset or subject it to excessive shock. Doing so may deteriorate waterproof performance.

Handset does not float in water.

Use handset within temperatures of 5ºC to 35ºC and humidity of 35% to 90% (handset use in temperature range of 36ºC to

40ºC should be kept to a minimum). Do not use or store handset in extreme temperatures or under direct sunlight.

⿟ Handset is not water-pressure resistant. Do not expose handset to strong water flow or immerse it in water.

⿟ Do not place handset directly on beach.

• Sand may enter Microphone, Earpiece or Speaker, impairing volume.

• Water/sand inside handset may distort sound.

• Water leakage may occur if sand enters External Port Cover,

Inner Cover or Battery Cover.

■ External Port Cover/Inner Cover/Battery Cover

⿟ Do not open/close External Port Cover, Inner Cover or Battery

Cover with gloves on. Small particles may adhere to rubber packing.

⿟ Make sure External Port Cover, Inner Cover or Battery Cover areas are free of fine fibers after wiping off liquids.

⿟ Do not remove rubber packing. Do not insert sharp-edged objects into gaps around External Port Cover, Inner Cover or

Battery Cover. Doing so may cause water leakage.

⿟ If External Port Cover or Inner Cover rubber packing is damaged or deformed, replace with new packing.

■ Microphone/Earpiece/Speaker

⿟ Do not pick Microphone, Earpiece or Speaker holes with sharp-edged objects.

⿟ Thoroughly wipe off water drops; may cause malfunction.

Draining Water from Handset

Even small amounts of water can seep in through keypad or hinge, affecting Speaker/Earpiece volume or sound quality. Drain water as follows:

1 Wipe water off handset with clean dry cloth

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2 Hold handset firmly. Shake handset about 20 times until no water drops come out. Repeat on all sides

<Drain from Earpiece> <Drain from Microphone>

4 Remove Battery Cover, and wipe water drops off Inner Cover area and Battery Cover underside. Replace Battery Cover

⿟ Never open Inner Cover.

⿟ To remove Battery Cover: Z P.xxiv

Inner Cover Area

<Drain from Speaker>

3 Pat handset against a clean dry cloth to remove remaining water from Microphone, Earpiece, Speaker, keypad, hinge, etc.

⿟ Do not wipe gaps directly with a cotton swab.

Battery Cover

Underside

⿟ Some water may remain on handset even after above steps are followed.

Keep handset away from anything that should not get wet.

⿟ Water may remain inside Touch Pen Cap when it is wet.

Charging Battery

Accessories and other optional items are not waterproof. Check following points when/after charging battery.

⿟ Never charge battery when handset is wet. Doing so may cause electric shock or malfunction/fire due to short circuit. Wipe water off handset with clean dry cloth before charging battery.

⿟ Close External Port Cover tightly after charging battery. Use

Desktop Holder to charge handset.

Copyrights and Others

Right of Portrait

Portrait right is the right of an individual to refuse to be photographed by others and protects from the unauthorized publication or use of an individual's photograph by others. Right of personality is a portrait right applicable to all citizens and right of publicity is a portrait right

(property right) designed to protect celebrities' interests. Be careful when taking pictures with the handset camera. Photographing, publicizing and distributing photographs of citizens and celebrities without permission are illegal.

Copyrights

Sounds, images, computer programs, databases, other copyrighted materials, their respective works and copyright holders are protected by copyright laws. Duplicated materials are limited to private use only. If duplications (including conversion of data types), modifications, transfer of duplicates or distribution on networks are made without permission of copyright holders, this constitutes "Literary Piracy" and "Infringement of Copyright

Holder Rights" and a criminal action for reparations and criminal punishment may be filed. If duplicates are made using handset, please observe the copyright laws. Materials captured with handset camera are also subject to the above.

This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 patent portfolio license, AVC patent portfolio license and VC-1 patent portfolio license for the personal and non-commercial use of a consumer to

(i) encode video in compliance with the MPEG-4 Visual Standard,

AVC Standard and VC-1 Standard ("MPEG-4/AVC/VC-1 Video") and/or

(ii) decode MPEG-4/AVC/VC-1 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained from a licensed video provider licensed to provide MPEG-4/AVC/VC-1 video.

No license is granted or implied for any other use.

Additional information may be obtained from MPEG LA, L.L.C. See http://www.mpegla.com.

MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed from Fraunhofer

IIS and Thomson.

This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of

Microsoft Corporation and third parties. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this products is prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary and third parties.

Windows Media ® , Microsoft ® , Windows ® and Windows Vista ® the United States and other countries.

are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in

The abbreviations used for respective operating systems

(Japanese version) in this guide are as shown below:

Windows ® 7 is the abbreviation of Microsoft ®

Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise and

Ultimate).

Windows Vista

Windows ® 7 (Starter,

® is the abbreviation of Windows Vista ® (Home

Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate).

Windows ® XP is the abbreviation of Microsoft

Professional operating system or Microsoft

Edition operating system.

®

® Windows

Windows ®

® XP

XP Home

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Microsoft Windows operating system is abbreviated as

"Windows" in this guide.

Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.

Aplix, microJBlend and JBlend, and all Aplixor JBlend-related trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Aplix

Corporation in the U.S., Japan and other countries.

QR Code is a registered trademark of DENSO WAVE

INCORPORATED.

microSDHC Logo is a trademark.

Chaku-Uta ® and Chaku-Uta Full ® are registered trademarks of

Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.

Machi-Uta ® is a registered trademark of KDDI CORPORATION.

This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of

Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from

Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.

Content providers are using the digital rights management technology for Windows Media contained in this device

("WM-DRM") to protect the integrity of their content

("Secure Content") so that their intellectual property, including copyright, in such content is not misappropriated. This device uses WM-DRM Software to play Secure Content ("WM-DRM

Software"). If the security of the WM-DRM Software in this device has been compromised, owners of Secure Content

("Secure Content Owners") may request that Microsoft revoke the WM-DRM Software's right to acquire new licenses to copy, display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation does not alter the

WM-DRM Software's ability to play unprotected content. A list of

Revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your device whenever you download a license for Secure Content from the Internet or from a PC. Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license, also download revocation lists onto your device on behalf of Secure

Content Owners.

This product contains software licensed complying with GNU General

Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), etc.

For more details, follow these steps: Main Menu → Settings →

Phone Settings → GPL License etc

Bluetooth

.

® is a registered trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth

SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Panasonic Mobile

Communications Co., Ltd. is under license.

Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

This product is loaded with Bluetooth™ Stack for Embedded

Systems Spec 2.0 by Toshiba Corp.

Powered by MascotCapsule ®

MascotCapsule ® is a registered trademark of HI CORPORATION

© 2010 HI CORPORATION. All Rights Reserved.

The image stabilization technology utilized is PhotoSolid ® , a product of Morpho, Inc.

The fast image rendering engine utilized is ImageSurf ® , a product of Morpho, Inc.

PhotoSolid

Inc.

® and ImageSurf ® are registered trademarks of Morpho,

FeliCa is a contactless IC card technology developed by Sony

Corporation.

FeliCa is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.

is a registered trademark of FeliCa Networks, Inc.

"Osaifu-Keitai" is a registered trademark of NTT DoCoMo, Inc. in Japan.

This product contains NetFront Mobile Client Suite of ACCESS CO., LTD.

ACCESS and NetFront are trademarks or registered trademarks of

ACCESS CO., LTD. in the United States, Japan and other countries.

©2008 ACCESS CO., LTD. All rights reserved.

This software is based in part on the work of the Independent

JPEG Group.

IrFront is a trademark or registered trademark of ACCESS CO., LTD.

in Japan and other countries.

The IrDA Feature Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data

Association and used under license therefrom.

This product contains Adobe ® Flash ® Lite™

Player under license from Adobe Systems

Incorporated.

Copyright© 1996-2008 Adobe Macromedia

Software LLC. All rights reserved.

Adobe, Flash and Flash Lite are either registered trademarks or trademarks of

Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United

States and/or other countries.

"AutoArt" adopted by this product is based on Emoji Lite ® , protected by the intellectual property rights of Acrodea, Inc.

AirStation™ and AOSS™ are the trademarks of BUFFALO INC.

The Twitter name, logo, Twitter T and Tweet are trademarks of

Twitter, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

SOFTBANK, SOFTBANK's equivalent in Japanese and the SOFTBANK logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of SOFTBANK CORP. in Japan and other countries.

S! Mail, Navi Appli, MOBILE WIDGET, Graphic Mail, PC Mail,

Location Navi and Keitai Wi-Fi are trademarks or registered trademarks of SOFTBANK MOBILE Corp.

Yahoo! and the "Yahoo!" or "Y!" logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Yahoo! Inc. in the U.S.

This product is manufactured or sold under license from

InterDigital Technology Corporation.

Other company and product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

The software contained in 942P 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, and do not separate it from hardware in whole or part.

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Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)

942P meets the government's requirements for exposure to radio waves.

These requirements are based on scientific basis to assure that radio waves emitted from mobile phones and other handheld wireless devices do not affect human health. They require that the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), which is the unit of measurement for the amount of radiofrequency absorbed by the head, shall not exceed 2 W/kg*. This limit includes a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age or health, and meets the international standard set by International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation

Protection (ICNIRP) in cooperation with World Health

Organization (WHO).

All mobile phones, prior to product launch, must be certified as compliant with government requirements as stipulated by the

Radio Law.

942P has been granted Technical Regulations Conformity

Certification by TELECOM ENGINEERING CENTER. Its highest SAR value is 0.360 W/kg. This value was obtained by TELECOM

ENGINEERING CENTER as part of the certification process. SAR tests were conducted with handset transmitting at its highest certified power level in accordance with testing methods set by the government. While there may be differences between the SAR levels for various handsets, they all meet the governmental requirements for safe exposure. The actual SAR level of the handset while operating can be well below the highest value. This is because the handset is designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the Network.

Additional information on SAR can be obtained on the following

Websites:

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

Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) http://www.arib-emf.org/ (Japanese only)

* Requirements are stipulated in Radio Law (Ordinance Regulating Radio

Equipment, Article 14-2).

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