Biblio Leaf SP02 Instruction manual

Instruction Manual
biblio Leaf SP02
Safety
Precautions
Table of
Contents
Preparing
for Use
Basic
Operations
My Library
(Electronic Books)
LISMO Book Store
Applications
Settings
Software
Update
Appendix
Use only the stylus pen (provided) to operate
the touch panel!
Do not use fingers or other pen-shaped objects.
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Preface
Thank you for buying the biblio Leaf SP02 (simply called the "product" from here on).
Before using the product, be sure to read the "Instruction Manual" (this manual) to ensure
correct use. After you have finished reading this manual, be sure to store it in a safe place so
that you can retrieve it whenever needed. If you lose the "Instruction Manual", contact an au
shop or au Customer Service Center.
■For Those Requiring an English Instruction Manual
You can download the English Manual from the au website.
Download URL: http://www.au.kddi.com/torisetsu/index.html
Safety precautions
Before you start using the product, be sure to read the "Safety Precautions" (▶P. 4) to ensure
correct use.
Before you assume that the product is malfunctioning, be sure to read "Troubleshooting" (▶P. 45)
in this manual and check for possible remedies.
When using the product
•Communication is not possible even inside the service area in places where the signal does
not reach (e.g. tunnels and basements). Also, communication is sometimes not possible
in poor reception areas. Communication is sometimes interrupted if you move into a poor
reception areas during communications.
•A feature of digital communications used on the product is that consistent, high
communications quality continues to be maintained down to a weak signal limit. Accordingly,
communication is sometimes interrupted if this limit is reached and exceeded during
communications.
•Communications on the product might possibly be monitored by a third party since it uses
radio signals.
•It is presumed that the product will be used in Japan. It cannot be taken out of Japan and
used abroad.
•The product is a wireless station based upon the Wireless Telegraphy Act, and so may be
subject to inspection in accordance with this act.
•Take care not to inconvenience people around you when you use the product in a public
place.
•When the product is used by a child, parents or guardians should thoroughly read the
"Instruction Manual" (this manual) and teach the child how to use it.
■Use of the product is not allowed in the following places!
•Do not use the product while you are driving. Doing so might cause a traffic accident. Use of
the product while driving is prohibited by law.
•Do not use the product in an aircraft. Use of electronic devices that emit radio waves in an
aircraft is prohibited by law.
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Regarding notations used in this document
■Key indications used in this manual
Icons used for keys in this manual are as follows.
■Indications used for the operation of selecting items/icons/buttons,
etc.
Notations used for operation procedures in this manual are as follows.
"Tapping" is the action of lightly touching a button or icon indicated on the display with the tip
of the stylus pen (provided) (▶P. 22).
Notation
In the home screen, select
"My Library" → 3
5→ select "Delete"
→3
Meaning
In the home screen, press 1 or 2 to select "My
Library" and press 3.
Press 5 to display the menu, and press 1 or 2
to select "Delete". Next, press 3.
* If not clearly indicated in this manual, operations using keys are described for operation procedures.
■Illustrations/screen displays used in this manual
Note that illustrations and screens used in this manual may differ from those of the actual
product.
◎References to "microSDHC™ memory card" and "microSD™ memory card" are simply abbreviated as
"microSD card".
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■Exemptions
◎The Company is not liable for any damages arising from earthquakes, lightning, storms,
floods or other natural disasters, as well as fires, actions by third parties, other accidents,
intentional or mistaken misoperation by the customer, or use under other unusual
conditions outside the responsibility of the Company.
◎The Company is not liable for any incidental damages (change/disappearance of described
content, loss of business income, disruption of business, etc.) arising from use of or
inability to use the product.
◎The Company is not liable for any damages arising from failure to observe the described
content of the "Instruction Manual" (this manual).
◎The Company is not liable for any damages arising, for example, from malfunction caused
by combination with connected devices or software not related to the Company.
◎Data, etc. registered on the main unit or microSD card is sometimes altered or lost due to
accident or faults, repair or other handling of the product. The Company is not liable for any
damages arising from recovery of this data or lost income.
◎It is recommended that important data is separately saved on a hard disk on a PC or other
storage device. The Company is not liable regardless of the cause of the fault or trouble
even in the event that registered information content is altered or lost.
*"The Company" as appears on the product refers to the following companies:
Sold by: KDDI CORPORATION, Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company
Imported by: KAGA ELECTRONICS CO., LTD
Manufactured by: HON HAI PRECISION IND. CO., LTD
The following shows the companies for the battery pack and AC adapter.
Battery pack
Sold by: KDDI CORPORATION, Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company
Imported by: KAGA ELECTRONICS CO., LTD
Manufactured by: McNair CO., LTD
AC adapter
Sold by: KDDI CORPORATION, Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company
Imported by: KAGA ELECTRONICS CO., LTD
Manufactured by: Shenzhen Fleet Electronic Science CO., LTD
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■Be sure to read these Safety Precautions to ensure safe use.
These "Safety Precautions" describe instructions that should be observed to prevent damage
to property or injury to the customer or others using the product.
These instructions are divided into the following categories.
■Explanation of indications used in this manual
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Safety Precautions
This symbol indicates the potential and imminent danger of death or
serious injury (*1) to a person.
This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury (*1) to a
person.
This symbol indicates the possibility of personal injury (*2) to a person or
physical damage (*3).
*1Serious injury: This refers to loss of sight, injury, burns (high- and low-temperature), electric shock, broken bones,
injuries with residual aftereffects from poisoning, etc., and injuries requiring hospital admission for treatment or longterm hospital attendance as an outpatient.
*2Injury: This refers to injuries, burns (high- and low-temperature), electric shock, etc. that do not require hospital
admission for treatment or long-term hospital attendance as an outpatient.
*3Physical damage: This refers to extended damage to buildings, furniture, livestock, or pets.
■Explanation of graphic symbols used in this manual
Indicates an action that is not allowed.
Indicates that handling with wet hands is not allowed.
Indicates that disassembly is not allowed.
Indicates that use in a place where the product is likely to get wet or allowing the product to get
wet is not allowed.
Indicates an action that must be done.
Indicates that the power plug must be disconnected from the power outlet.
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equipment, peripheral devices
Be sure to read the following hazards before use.
Be sure to use only the exclusive peripheral devices. Use of other peripheral devices might cause
overheating, fire, rupture, fault, or leakage of liquid.
Do not use or leave in places that get hot (near naked flames, near stoves, under the blazing sun,
etc.) or in places where flammable gases are generated, for example, while filling up with gasoline
at a gasoline stand. Doing so might cause fire, rupture, fault, or fire.
Before entering an area such as a gasoline stand where flammable gas is generated, be sure to
turn the product off. Failure to do so might ignite the gas.
Do not place the product inside a microwave oven, high-pressure container, etc. Doing so might
cause fire, rupture, fault, or fire.
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■Precautions common to the main unit, battery pack, charging
Do not throw the product into a fire or heat it. Doing so might cause fire, rupture or fire.
Do not short-circuit the USB connector or other connection terminals. Do not allow conductive
foreign objects (metal fragments, pencil leads, etc.) to come into contact with or get inside the USB
connector or other connection terminals. Doing so might cause fire or a fault.
The customer is not allowed to disassemble, modify or repair the product. Doing so might
cause a fault, fire, electric shock, or injury. The Company is not liable even in the event of any
nonconformities arising on the product or peripheral devices as a result of modification, etc.
Modification of the product is in violation of the Wireless Telegraphy Act.
Be sure to read the following warnings before use.
Do not drop or subject to strong impact, such as throwing. Doing so might cause rupture,
overheating, fire, or a fault.
Do not use outside when you can hear thunder. Doing so might risk lightning strikes and electric
shock.
Do not let your hands, fingers and other parts of the body touch the USB connector or other
connection terminals. Doing so might cause electric shock, injury or a fault.
If the product is damaged because it is dropped or something, and its display is cracked or internal
parts are exposed, do not touch the cracked display or exposed parts with your hands. Doing so
might cause electric shock or injury from damaged parts. Contact an au shop or au Customer
Service Center.
Do not splash with water or other liquids. Also, never use in places subject to direct splashing with
water or pet urine, etc. or in humid places such as bath areas, or use with wet hands. Doing so
might cause electric shock or fault from short-circuiting or corrosion of electronic circuits. In the
event that the product is splashed with liquid, immediately disconnect the AC adapter's power plug.
Faults caused by wetting with water or humidity are not covered by the warranty and charges will
be incurred for repair.
When removing the battery cover, do not exert more than necessary force. The battery pack might
jump out, for example, and cause injury or a fault.
Do not operate the product while driving an automobile or motorized bicycle, riding a bicycle or
walking. Doing so may compromise traffic safety and cause an accident.
When inserting an earphone, etc. into the product, adjust the volume to the proper level.
Setting too loud a volume or using the earphone continuously for a long period of time might adversely
affect your ears. Also, raising the volume too high might prevent you from hearing sounds around you,
which might in turn lead to a traffic accident at a railroad crossing or pedestrian crossing.
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Do not store in places subject to direct sunlight (e.g. in automobiles), places that get hot, places
that get extremely cold, and in humid or dusty places. Doing so might cause deformation or a fault.
Do not leave on unstable places such as rocky stands or tilting surfaces. Dropping the product may
cause injury or damage. Also, pay sufficient attention to impact, etc. Do not cover or wrap in cloth
or bedding. Doing so might cause fire or a fault.
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Be sure to read the following cautions before use.
Do not leave in places within the reach of small children. Small children might swallow small parts,
etc. by mistake and choke on them, or might drop them by mistake and cause accidents or injury.
Do not touch the main unit or AC adapter for a long time while power is being supplied from an
external source. Doing so might cause low-temperature burns.
Do not use power outlets or wiring apparatus beyond its rating. Also, exceeding rating, for example,
by connecting multiple devices to a single power strip might cause overheating and fire.
Do not place near corrosive chemicals or in places where corrosive gas is generated. Doing so
might cause a fault or loss of internal data.
Do not leave or store with the battery cover or battery pack removed from the main unit. Doing so
might allow dust or other foreign objects to get inside and cause a fault.
Do not use if there is smoke, abnormal odor or noise, excessive overheating, or other
abnormalities. If an abnormality occurs, disconnect the AC adapter from the power outlet, make
sure that the product is not overheating before turning the power off, and contact an au shop or au
Customer Service Center. Also, if you have dropped or damaged the product, do not continue to
use it in that state, and contact an au shop or au Customer Service Center.
When adjusting the volume with an earphone, etc. inserted into the product, raise the volume
a little at a time. If you raise the volume too much from the outset, sudden loud noise from the
earphone, etc. might adversely affect your ears.
If you feel any abnormality with your skin, immediately consult a dermatologist. Itching, rashes,
eczema, etc. sometimes occurs depending on your physical constitution and condition. The
materials of parts used on the product are as follows.
●biblio Leaf SP02 main unit
Location used
Material used
Surface processing
Front outer casing
PC (polycarbonate)
UV finish, matte finish
Top cover
PMMA (acrylic resin)
In mold film
Battery cover
PC (polycarbonate)
UV finish, polished coating
Back cover
PC (polycarbonate)
UV finish, polished coating
Keys
PC (polycarbonate)
UV finish, polished coating
●Stylus pen
Location used
Material used
Surface processing
Upper part of stylus
PC (polycarbonate)
UV finish, polished coating
Lower part of stylus
PC (polycarbonate) + ABS
resin
UV finish, high-polished coating
●Book cover
Material used
PU (polyurethane)
Surface processing
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●AC adapter
Material used
PC (polycarbonate) + ABS resin
Surface processing
UV finish, high-polished coating
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Be sure to read the following warnings before use.
Use of the main unit in an automobile sometimes affects on-vehicle electronic devices, though this
rarely happens. If this happens, stop use since this may impair safe travel.
Use of electronic devices that emit radio waves in an aircraft is prohibited by law. Before boarding
aircraft, turn the product off since it might interfere with the safety of operations.
The product sometimes affects high-precision electronic devices. So, turn it off near such devices.
(Examples of electronic devices that might be affected by the product include cardiac pacemakers,
hearing aids, other electronic medical devices, fire alarms, and automatic doors. If you are using an
electronic medical device, contact the device manufacturer or retailer for details about the possible
affect of radio waves.)
When using the product near an implanted pacemaker, implanted cardioverter-defibrillator or other
electronic medical device, radio waves might affect these units and devices. So, please observe
the following.
1. Those with an implanted pacemaker or implanted cardioverter-defibrillator should carry or use
the product at least 22 cm away from the pacemaker or cardioverter-defibrillator.
2. Turn the product off in crowded trains or other crowded places, since there may be people with
a cardiac pacemaker or implanted cardioverter-defibrillator nearby.
3. Pay attention to the following points when using the product inside medical institutions.
・Do not bring the product into operating theaters, intensive-care units (ICU) and coronary care
units (CCU).
・Turn the product off in hospital wards.
・Even if you are in a lobby, etc., be sure to turn the product off when there are electronic medical
devices nearby.
・When a medical institution has laid down designated areas where use of the product is
prohibited or is not allowed to be brought in, abide by the instructions of that medical institution.
4. When using electronic medical devices other than an implanted pacemaker and implanted
cardioverter-defibrillator outside a medical institution (e.g. home medical treatment), check
individually with the manufacturer of the electronic medical device regarding the influence of
radio waves.
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■Main unit
Sometimes, very rarely some people demonstrate symptoms such as temporary muscle spasms,
loss of consciousness, etc. by watching repeatedly flickering screens. Those with a past history of
this should consult with a physician beforehand.
Be sure to read the following cautions before use.
Do not bring the product close to magnetized objects such as cash cards, floppy disks, credit
cards, and prepaid cards. Doing so might result in loss of recorded information.
Do not allow liquids, metal objects, burnable items, and other foreign matter to get inside the
memory card slot. Failure to do so might cause fire, electric shock or a fault.
Those with a weak heart should be careful of the volume setting. A loud volume setting might affect
the heart.
Pay attention to items becoming stuck to the main unit. The speaker uses magnets, and so
thumbtacks and pins, craft knife blades, staples, and other metal objects sometimes become stuck
to the main unit, and cause unexpected injury. Before using the product, be sure to check that
there are no foreign objects on the speaker or other parts.
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Mishandling might cause overheating, fire, electric shock, etc.
Be sure to read the following warnings before use.
Do not use at other voltages than the specified power supply voltage. Doing so might cause fire,
overheating, or electric shock. Use only a domestic 100 VAC power supply for use in Japan.
Firmly insert the AC adapter's power plug into the power outlet down to the base of its pins.
Incomplete insertion of the power plug might result in electric shock or fire caused by overheating
and fire. Do not use damaged AC adapters or loose power outlets.
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■AC adapter
If you hear thunder, do not touch the AC adapter's power plug. Doing so might cause an electric
shock as a result of a lightning strike.
When the AC adapter is not to be used for a long time, disconnect the AC adapter's power plug
from the power outlet. Failure to do so might cause electric shock, fire or a fault.
Do not use in places subject to direct splashing with water, pet urine or other liquids. Doing so
might result in faults resulting from overheating, fire, electric shock, or short-circuiting of electronic
circuits. In the event that the product is splashed with liquid, immediately disconnect the AC
adapter's power plug.
Mishandling might cause overheating, fire, electric shock, etc.
Be sure to read the following cautions before use.
Do not use in humid places such as bath areas, or connect/disconnect the AC adapter with wet
hands. Doing so might cause electric shock or a fault.
Handling precautions
These precautions are provided to ensure that performance can be fully demonstrated.
Thoroughly read these precautions to ensure correct use.
■Precautions common to the main unit, battery pack, charging equipment, peripheral
devices
●Exerting unnecessary force on the product might damage the display, internal PCBs and other
components, and result in a fault. When putting the product inside a briefcase, take care not to place
heavy objects on top of it. Damage such as this is not covered by the warranty even if there is no external
visual damage.
●Do not forcefully press your fingernails and sharp or hard objects against keys or display surface. Doing
so might cause scratching or damage.
Operate the display by directly touching it with the stylus pen (provided).
The touch panel has been designed to be lightly touched by the tip of the stylus pen (provided).
Operations cannot be done on the touch panel except with the stylus pen (provided). Do not touch it with
your fingers or other pens, or press fine-tipped objects (e.g. fingernails, ballpoint pens, pins) against it.
The touch panel might not function if it is touched in the following instances. Doing so might also cause it
to malfunction.
・When operated with foreign objects placed on the operation screen
・When operated with protective sheets, stickers, etc. attached
・When operated with water droplets or condensation on the display
●Avoid extremely hot, cold and humid places. (Use within an ambient temperature range of 5℃ to 35℃ and
humidity range of 35% to 85%.)
●Do not use in places subject to lots of dust or vibration.
●Wipe off any dirt with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use benzene, thinner, alcohol, detergent, and other solvents.
Doing so might deform the outer casing or spoil lettering.
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●The product may become warm while charging or during other operations, depending on the situation, but
this is not abnormal.
●When the product is used by a child, parents or guardians should thoroughly read the “Instruction Manual”
(this manual) and teach the child how to use it.
■Main unit
●Do not remove the stickers printed with the serial numbers that can be seen when the battery cover is
removed. These stickers prove that the product and the communication module you are using comply with
the Wireless Telegraphy Act and Telecommunications Operations Act.
Communication
module certification
sticker
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●Use as far away as possible from land-line phones, TVs and radios. Use nearby might affect them.
Main unit certification
sticker
●Note that content data (both charged or free content) saved on the product cannot be returned to the
customer when the product is replaced for repair of a fault, for example.
●Although the display used on the product is made using high-precision technology, some pixels (dots)
might be lit or out at all times. This is not a malfunction.
●The product uses an electronic paper display that uses reflected light to display text. A feature of electronic
paper is that black and white are inverted when changing screens.
●Take care not to inconvenience people around you when you use the product in a public place.
●Insert only a commercially available microSD memory card or microSDHC memory card into the memory
card slot on the product.
●When suddenly brought into a warm place from a cold place, or when in a humid location, or when
used where temperature suddenly changes (e.g. near the air discharge port of an air conditioner),
water droplets (i.e. condensation) sometimes are formed inside the product. Note that when used under
conditions such as this, humidity might cause corrosion or a fault.
●Note that when the display is used continuously for a long time, parts of the main unit may get warm, and
that contact by your skin with these parts for a long time might cause low-temperature burns.
●When wiping the display, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Use of a moistened cloth, glass cleaner or other
similar liquid might cause a fault.
●When connecting/disconnecting the USB cable to/from the USB connector, make sure that the USB cable
connector is horizontal with the USB connector.
●Note that applying unnecessary force with the USB cable connected to the USB connector might damage
the USB connector.
●Do not forcefully press, tap or intentionally subject the display to strong impact. Also, touch the display
using only the stylus pen. Do not touch it with other objects, in particular, sharp or hard objects. Doing so
might cause scratching or damage.
●Do not discard the product together with regular trash. Please cooperate in the collection of the product
when it is no longer needed to protect the environment and effectively use resources. Old products are
collected at au shops and other places.
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●Wipe off any dirt or water with a soft, dry cloth. Rain, sweat, or skin oil may cause stains or change the
color.
●May change color depending on the conditions and environment in which it is used.
■Battery pack
●Use in very hot or cold environments, for example, when left in an automobile with the windows closed in
summer, will cause the battery capacity to drop and shorten the available battery usage time. This will also
shorten the battery pack's service life. Try to use the battery pack as far as possible at room temperature.
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■Book cover
●When the battery pack is not to be used for a long time, remove the battery cover and remove the battery
pack from the main unit, and store it away from hot and humid places.
●The battery pack has a service life. If the battery pack does not work even when connected to the main
unit, stop using it since this means that it has reached the end of its service life. Replace with a new
battery pack of specified type. The service life of the battery pack differs according to how it is used.
●Do not discard battery packs together with regular trash. Please cooperate in the collection of used battery
packs to protect the environment and effectively use resources. au shops and other retailers collect used
battery packs.
●Battery packs sometimes swell up as they approach the end of their service life. This is due to the
properties of lithium-ion batteries, and is not a problem in terms of safety.
■AC adapter
●When not using the AC adapter, remove the AC adapter's power plug from the power outlet.
■Earphone
●When walking across pedestrian crossings, keep the volume as low as possible.
●Do not use the earphone while driving an automobile or motorized bicycle, or riding a bicycle. Doing so
might cause a traffic accident.
●Do not keep the earphone in your ear for a long time. High tones will impair your hearing if listened to for
a long time.
●Do not use the earphone if you can hear thunder.
■Solar-powered chaging
●The product has its own power generating function. This allows the battery pack to be charged under
appropriate operating conditions.
●Sufficient charging performance may not be produced under fluorescent lights or normal indoor lighting.
■Copyrights and rights of portrait
●Reproduction, defacement, editing, and other such actions of the content data of electronic books, etc.
obtained using the product are not allowed without the consent of the rightful person in accordance with
copyright laws. Also, note that the use of the likeness or name of other individuals without their consent,
defacement or a similar act may infringe on an individual's rights of portrait. Please refrain from such use.
●The rights of content data and their authors are protected by the Copyright Act. Reproduction of copyright
matter such as this is allowed only for personal or home use. If this matter is reproduced (including
conversion of data format), altered, reproductions transferred, distributed on the Internet and otherwise
without the rightful party's consent beyond the above purposes, you may be subject to request for
compensation for damages or criminal punishment as "infringement of copyright" and/or "infringement
of author's moral rights." If you make reproductions, etc. using the product, please strictly observe the
Copyright Act and be mindful of appropriate use.
●The transfer of images, etc. covered by copyright is not allowed excluding instances laid down separately
by the Copyright Act.
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●Please back up important content recorded or downloaded to the product to an outside source. Content
recorded to memory on the product sometimes disappears or is altered by unexpected factors, such as
static electricity or a fault, repair, mishandling, etc.
*Backup method: Save important data to a microSD card or other storage media. Note, however, that some data cannot be
saved on a microSD card.
◎◎Reproduction of the content of this manual in part or in whole is prohibited.
◎◎The content of this manual is subject to change without notice.
◎◎Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual. Should you notice any unclear
points, omissions, etc., feel free to contact us.
◎◎Wrong page order or missing pages will be replaced.
Using the wireless LAN function
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■Backup content on the product
Frequency band
Frequencies from 2.402 GHz through 2.480 GHz in the 2.4 GHz band are used for this
product and the wireless LAN function.
• 2.4DS/OF4
This product uses the 2.4 GHz band. DS-SS and OFDM are used as the
modulation schemes. The interference distance is about 40 m or less.
■ ■ ■
This means that all bandwidths between 2.402 GHz to 2.480 GHz can be
used, and that bands of mobile unit identification devices can be avoided.
Precautions about wireless LAN
・Use the wireless LAN function in Japan. The wireless LAN function of this product
conforms to domestic wireless standards in Japan, and has been certified. Use
overseas may be subject to punishment by law.
・Do not use this product in places where electromagnetic waves are generated or near
electric products, AV and OA equipment, or other magnetized devices.
・Subjecting this product to magnetic or electrical noise might increase noise and prevent it
from performing communications. (This product is particularly susceptible to noise when it
used near a microwave oven.)
・Using this product near a TV, radio or similar appliance might cause reception interference
and disrupt TV images.
・Searching might not be successful if there are multiple wireless LAN access points near to
the product or the same channel is being used.
●Wireless LAN precautions
The frequencies used by the wireless LAN function of this product are in the 2.4 GHz band. In
this frequency band, other similar wireless stations, in-plant wireless stations for mobile unit
identification that require a license for use, such as factory production lines, specific smallpower wireless stations that do not require licenses, amateur wireless stations (collectively
called "other wireless stations" from here on) are operated in addition to home electrical
appliances such as microwave ovens, devices for industrial, scientific and medical devices.
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1. Before using this product, make sure that "other wireless stations" are not in operation
nearby.
2.In the event that instances of radio wave interference have occurred between this product
and "other wireless stations", immediately either relocate this product or stop operation of
the device (stop emission of radio waves).
3.If you are unclear on any points or are troubled by anything, contact an au shop or au
Customer Service Center.
◎◎Operation of this product connected to all wireless LAN-compatible devices has not been
confirmed. Accordingly, operation with all wireless LAN-compatible devices is not guaranteed.
◎◎For security during wireless communications, this product supports security functions
compliant with the standard specifications of the wireless LAN. However, security may
sometimes be considered insufficient depending on the operating environment and settings.
Pay attention to this when performing data communications over a wireless LAN.
◎◎Note that the KDDI and Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company shall not be liable for any data
or information leaks that may occur during wireless LAN communication.
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Safety Precautions�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4
Handling precautions����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������8
Using the wireless LAN function������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Frequency band������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Precautions about wireless LAN������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 11
Table of Contents�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������13
Preparing for Use�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������15
Accessories and main peripherals���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
Names and functions of parts������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 16
How to use the earphone���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Inserting/removing the battery pack and battery cover������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Inserting a battery pack ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 17
Removing a battery pack����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
Charging the battery pack������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������20
Charging by the AC adapter������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������20
Charging from a PC�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������20
Setting power save������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������21
Turning the power on/off ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������21
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Basic Operations�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������22
How to use the touch panel/stylus pen���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������22
Removing/stowing the stylus pen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������22
Tapping��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������22
Activating the screensaver (sleep mode)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23
Home screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23
Icons������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������24
Entering text����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������25
About the software keyboard�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������25
About the QWERTY keyboard���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������26
Using a microSD card�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������27
Inserting/removing a microSD card�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������27
Copying data on a PC�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������28
My Library (Electronic Books)��������������������������������������������������������������������������29
Reading electronic books�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������29
Moving to a page you want to read����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������30
Sorting books��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31
Searching books ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31
Creating folders�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31
Renaming folders����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32
Moving electronic books��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32
Deleting electronic books�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32
Viewing buying history�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������32
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LISMO Book Store signing procedure�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33
Using the LISMO Book Store�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������34
Displaying My Page�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������34
Applications�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������35
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LISMO Book Store���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33
Notes����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������35
Using the keyboard to enter �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������35
Using the stylus pen to enter�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������36
Viewing/editing notes ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������36
Moving notes ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������37
Deleting notes���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������37
Drawings����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������38
Drawing drawings����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������38
Viewing/editing drawings�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������38
Moving drawings�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Deleting drawings����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Calendar�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Calculator���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Settings���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������40
Switching between Japanese and English as the display language����������������������������������������������������40
Setting the date and time��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������40
Setting the screensaver (sleep mode) activation time���������������������������������������������������������������������������40
Setting the network�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
Switching the 3G network ON or OFF���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
Switching the wireless LAN function ON or OFF�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
Registering a network (access point)����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
Setting the password��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42
Setting the password for the first time���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42
Changing the password�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42
Canceling the password������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42
Telecommunication signing���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������43
Restoring defaults�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������43
Viewing system information���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������43
Upgrading the communication software������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������43
Software Update�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������44
Appendix������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������45
Troubleshooting����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������45
After-sales service������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������46
Main specifications�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������46
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Accessories and main peripherals
Before you start using the product, make sure that you have all the following packaged with
the product.
■Main unit
biblio Leaf SP02 (including battery pack, battery cover, and warranty card)
■Accessories
Stylus pen
Instruction Manual
Basic Guide
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安全上のご注意
目次
ご利用の準備
基本操作
ライブラリ
(電子書籍)
LISMO Book Store
ツール
設定
ソフトウェア更新
付録
タッチパネルの操作には
必ず付属のスタイラスペンをお使いください!
指や他のペン状のものでは操作できません。
biblio Leaf SP02 book cover biblio Leaf SP02 AC adapter 01
■Sample
biblio Leaf SP02 USB cable
The following items are not included in the package:
• microSD card
• Earphone
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①
⑦
⑪
⑫
⑧
②
④
⑤
⑥
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Names and functions of parts
⑨
⑩
⑬
⑭
⑮
⑯
⑰
①Stylus pen holder
Used for stowing the stylus pen
②6(zoom in key)/7(zoom out key)
Resizes the font when you are viewing an electronic book.
③8(power key)
Pressing this key quickly activates/exits the screensaver.
Holding this key down turns the power on/off.
④Battery pack/battery cover
⑤Knob
⑥Speaker
Sound can be heard from here.
⑦Display
⑧1/2
Moves the cursor up and down.
Displays the previous/next page when you are viewing an electronic book.
⑨3
Executes selected items.
⑩Charging LED
Lit red: Charging in progress
Lit blue: Charging completed
⑪4
Pressing this key quickly returns you to the previous screen.
Holding down this key returns you to the home screen.
⑫5
Displays the menu.
⑬Solar panel
Auxiliary charging can be done.
⑭RESET button
Press this button with a fine-tipped object to restart the product.
⑮Earphone terminal
Used for connecting a commercially available earphone
⑯Memory card slot
Used for inserting the microSD card
⑰USB connector
Used for connecting the USB cable
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1Insert the earphone's plug into the earphone terminal on the product
Inserting/removing the battery pack and battery cover
Before inserting/removing the battery pack and battery cover, be sure to turn the power off.
Use only the battery pack for the product.
Inserting a battery pack
1Push down the knob on the back of the main unit
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How to use the earphone
You can hear sound played back from electronic books on an earphone (sold separately)
connected to the earphone terminal on the product.
Knob
2With your finger held against the battery cover, lift up the battery cover in
the direction of the arrow
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With the surface of the battery pack marked [+][–] facing up, align the terminals of the battery
pack with the terminals on the main unit, and insert the battery pack in the direction of the arrow.
Check the shape of the battery pack, and insert it making sure that it is facing the correct way.
4Place the battery cover aligning the three clasps on the top side with the
recess of the main unit
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3Insert the battery pack
5Firmly press in the two clasps on the inside of the battery cover one at a
time, and then firmly press in the ten clasps on the outside
Firmly attach the battery cover while making sure that no clasps are rising up from the main unit.
6Lift up the knob on the back of the main unit
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1Push down the knob on the back of the main unit
Knob
2With your finger held against the battery cover, lift up the battery cover in
the direction of the arrow
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Removing a battery pack
3Remove the battery pack
Lift up the battery pack in the direction of the arrow using the protrusion on the battery pack.
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Charging by the AC adapter
The following describes how to charge the battery pack using the AC adapter (provided) and
USB cable (provided).
It takes about 180 minutes to charge the battery pack.
AC adapter
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Charging the battery pack
There are two ways of charging the battery pack, charging by the AC adapter and by charging
from a PC.
1Insert the larger end of the USB cable into the AC adapter connector
Insert so that it is horizontal with the connection terminal while checking the orientation of the
terminal.
2Insert the smaller end of the USB cable into the USB connector on the
product
Insert so that it is horizontal with the connection terminal while checking the orientation of the
terminal.
3Insert the AC adapter's power plug into the power outlet
During charging, the charging LED lights red and changes color to blue when charging is
completed.
Charging from a PC
You can charge the battery pack from a PC by connecting the product to a PC by the USB
cable (provided).
1Start up the PC
2Insert the larger end of the USB cable into the USB connector on the PC
Insert so that it is horizontal with the connection terminal while checking the orientation of the
terminal.
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Insert so that it is horizontal with the connection terminal while checking the orientation of the
terminal.
During charging, the charging LED lights red and changes color to blue when charging is
completed.
4Tap "Charging Mode" on the product
Setting power save
Battery usage can be reduced and the operating time can be increased by changing the
following settings.
3G network
Wireless LAN
function
Set 3G network to OFF.
• When you buy the product, ON is set.
▶"Switching the 3G network ON or OFF" on P. 41
Set the wireless LAN function to OFF.
• When you buy the product, OFF is set.
▶"Switching the wireless LAN function ON or OFF" on P. 41
Turning the power on/off
1Press and hold 8 (power key) until "au by KDDI" appears
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3Insert the smaller end of the USB cable into the USB connector on the
After a while, the home screen is displayed.
To turn the power off, press and hold 8 (power key) until the power turns off.
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How to use the touch panel/stylus pen
You can operate the product's display (touch panel) by lightly touching it with the tip of the
stylus pen (provided).
■Cautions when using the touch panel
The touch panel has been designed to be lightly touched by the tip of the stylus pen
(provided). Operations cannot be done on the touch panel except with the stylus
pen (provided). Do not touch it with your fingers or other pens, or press fine-tipped
objects (e.g. fingernails, ballpoint pens, pins) against it.
The touch panel might not function if it is touched in the following instances. Doing so
might also cause it to malfunction.
• When operated with foreign objects placed on the operation screen
• When operated with protective sheets, stickers, etc. attached
• When operated with water droplets or condensation on the display
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Removing/stowing the stylus pen
■Removing the stylus pen
1Hold your finger against the indentation and remove the stylus pen
Stylus pen
■Stowing the stylus pen
1Insert the stylus pen into the stylus pen holder
Tapping
"Tapping" involves lightly touching the tip of the stylus pen against an item or icon on the display.
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You can activate the screensaver (sleep mode) to save battery power.
1Press 8 (power key)
The screensaver is activated.
To exit the screensaver, press 8 (power key) again.
◎◎Note that pressing and holding 8 (power key) turns the power off.
◎◎The screensaver is automatically activated after you have not operated the product for a fixed
length of time. For details on setting the time until the screensaver is automatically activated,
see "Setting the screensaver (sleep mode) activation time" (▶P. 40).
Home screen
The home screen is displayed by holding down 4.
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Activating the screensaver (sleep mode)
The following items are displayed on the home screen.
My Library
LISMO Book Store
You can view books you have bought from the LISMO Book Store,
electronic books already saved on the product, electronic books
saved on microSD card, and other books.
This allows you to connect to a 3G network or wireless LAN to
utilize the LISMO Book Store to buy electronic books.
Applications
You can use Notes, Drawings, Calendar, and Calculator.
Settings
You can set the display language, date/time, screensaver, network,
and other settings.
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①
②
③
④
⑤
①Displayed when a microSD card is inserted.
You can check microSD card usage and remaining amount of space on the card by tapping
this icon.
②Displays the reception of the 3G network being accessed.
Strong
Moderate
Weak
Faint
Out of area
You can set network settings by tapping this icon.
③Displays the reception of the wireless LAN being accessed.
Displayed when the product is connected to a wireless LAN.
You can set network settings by tapping this icon.
④Displays battery status.
is displayed while charging. ⑤The time is displayed.
You can display the calendar by tapping this icon.
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Icons
The following icons are displayed at the top of the screen.
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The product has a software keyboard and a QWERTY keyboard for inputting text.
To display the keyboard, select the text entry field and press 3, or tap the text entry field.
About the software keyboard
Characters are arranged on the keyboard in the same order as on a typical mobile phone.
• You can switch to the software keyboard when the QWERTY keyboard is displayed by
tapping "↑↓".
①
②
③
④
⑥
③
⑦
⑤
⑧
⑨
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Entering text
①Conversion candidates
Words, etc. predicted from the characters you have entered are displayed.
② ↑↓
Switches to the QWERTY keyboard.
③(←)/(→)
Moves the cursor one character backward or forward.
④Symbols
Displays symbols and emoticons.
Alphanumerics*
The hiragana, katakana, English characters, and number for the key are displayed as conversion
candidates.
* Displayed when the character is not confirmed.
⑤Text
You can change the text type. (Hiragana → Single-byte katakana → Double-byte katakana →
English characters → Numbers)
⑥DEL
Deletes the character immediately before the cursor.
⑦ /convert
Enters a space or converts entered characters to kanji.
⑧Enter
Applies characters you have entered.
⑨Character keys
Characters are arranged in the same order as on a typical mobile phone.
Continuously tap the key assigned with the character you want to enter until the desired character
is displayed.
Should be corrected to "Alphanumerics/kana".
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①
⑥
Basic Operations
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About the QWERTY keyboard
Characters are arranged on the keyboard in the same order as on a typical PC.
•You can switch to the QWERTY keyboard when the software keyboard is displayed by
tapping "↑↓".
②
⑦
③
⑧
④
⑤
⑨
①Conversion candidates
Words, etc. predicted from the characters you have entered are displayed.
②↑↓
Switches to the software keyboard.
③あ/abc/123
You can change the text type. (Hiragana → English characters → Numbers/symbols)
④shift
You can change the text type. (Lowercase → Uppercase)
⑤Symbols
Displays symbols and emoticons.
⑥Character keys
Characters are arranged in the same order as on a typical PC keyboard.
⑦DEL
Deletes the character immediately before the cursor.
⑧Enter
Applies characters you have entered.
⑨
Enters a space or converts entered characters to kanji.
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You can insert a microSD card or microSDHC card into the memory card slot.
•While data on a microSD card is being accessed, do not turn the power off or subject the
microSD card to shock. Doing so might damage data.
•Operation of the following microSD cards has been confirmed to be in accordance with inhouse standards. For details on confirmed operation of other microSD cards, contact the
distributors of the respective microSD cards.
<microSD card>
Distributor
SanDisk
64 MB
128 MB
256 MB
2 GB
○
○
○
○
<microSDHC card>
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
Toshiba
Distributor
ー
○
ー
Panasonic
○
ー
ー
SanDisk
○
ー
○
○: Operation confirmed, ー: Not confirmed or not yet on sale (as of November 2010)
* Operation was confirmed on the product using microSD cards on sale as of November 2010. Visit the au homepage for the
latest information on confirmed operation.
Inserting/removing a microSD card
You can insert a microSD card into the memory card slot.
■Inserting a microSD card
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Using a microSD card
1Gently insert the microSD card with its metal terminal side face up until
you hear it click in place
◎◎The front/back and top/bottom of microSD card are clearly distinguished.
If you exert unnecessary force to insert a microSD card, you might no longer be able to
remove it or you might damage it.
■Removing a microSD card
1Gently push in the microSD card until you hear it click in place
When you hear the click, keep your finger on the microSD card to pull it away. The microSD card
comes out slightly.
Note that if the microSD card is pushed in hard and then released, it may jump out.
2Draw the microSD card straight out
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You can connect the product to a PC using the USB cable (provided), and copy data on the
PC to the memory in the main unit or a microSD card inserted in the memory card slot.
1Connect the product to the PC using the USB cable
Check the orientation of the cable terminal, and insert the smaller end of the USB cable
horizontally into the USB connector on the product.
Check the orientation of the cable terminal, and insert the larger end of the USB cable
horizontally into the USB connector on the PC.
2Tap "Mass Storage Mode" on the product
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Copying data on a PC
The standard driver is automatically installed on the PC, and the main unit's memory and the
microSD card inserted into it are recognized as "removable disks".
Copy data by operation on the PC.
3End communications with the PC
4Select the remove hardware icon on the task bar on the PC → select
"USB large-capacity storage device"
5Disconnect the USB cable
◎◎The mass storage mode of the product is supported on Windows 2000, Windows XP,
Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Mac OS X.
◎◎The product supports the XMDF*, PDF and ePub formats. Data in other formats copied to the
product cannot be displayed.
*XMDF format data can only be displayed if the content is preset or has been downloaded with the product.
◎◎When copying to the microSD card or memory in the main unit, copy to the /MyLibrary/ folder.
◎◎While data is being copied, do not disconnect the USB cable or turn the power off. Doing so
may alter or destroy the data.
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Reading electronic books
You can read electronic books in XMDF*, PDF and ePub formats on the product.
* XMDF format data can only be displayed if the content is preset or has been downloaded with the product.
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
2Select the electronic book you want to read →3
The cover is displayed. Electronic books read midway are displayed from where you left off.
◎◎Operation varies according to the file format of the electronic book.
◎◎Do not remove the microSD card when the electronic book you are reading is saved on the
card.
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My Library (Electronic Books)
About "Pre-installed Books"
◎◎When you buy the product, 100 masterpieces such as "Bottchan", "Ningen Shikkaku" and
"Kumo no Ito" are already stored in the "Pre-installed Books" folder in My Library. If these
works have been deleted, they can be downloaded again from My Page in the LISMO Book
Store (▶P.34).
* Pre-installed Books data has been produced by the Internet library, 青空文庫 (Aozora Bunko) (http://www.aozora.gr.jp/).
Note that, with some works, notes, etc. added when the data was produced are sometimes displayed.
■Key operations in the page display
1: Displays the previous page.
2: Displays the next page.
4: Returns to the library.
5: Displays the menu.
6(zoom in key)/7(zoom out key): Resizes text.
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1In the page display, 5 → tap “Move"
2Select the move method
Move to Specified Position Moves from the start (0%) in an electronic book to a
specified position up to the end (99%).
Move To Bookmark
Two bookmarks can be inserted at any desired position,
and one bookmark is set automatically when the electronic
book is closed.
• This cannot be selected when bookmark has not been
set.
Move To Table of Contents Moves to the table of contents page of the electronic book.
Move To Beginning
Moves to the start of the electronic book.
Move To End
Moves to the end of the electronic book.
Go Back in History
Returns to the previous position when a move has been
made by a link in the electronic book.
• This cannot be selected when a move to a link has not
been made.
Example: When "Move to Specified Position" is selected
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Moving to a page you want to read
◎◎The currently displayed page is displayed by the % (percentage) display. The page number is
not displayed.
Note, however, that the page may be displayed by page number depending on the file format
of the electronic book.
◎◎Operation varies according to the file format of the electronic book.
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You can sort books currently saved in the library.
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
2Press 5
3Select the sort method
Sort by Date
Sorts books in the order of date that they were saved.
Sort by Title
Sorts books in order of title.
Sort by Author
Sorts books in order of author.
Searching books
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
25→ select "Search" →3
3Tap the entry field, and enter the title/author to search for
Tap "Title" for a title or tap "Author" for an author to check the radio button.
4Tap "Go"
The search result list screen is displayed.
The next page is displayed by selecting "Next Page" and pressing 3, and the previous page
is displayed by selecting "Prev Page" and pressing 3.
5Select the book you want to read →3
Creating folders
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
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Sorting books
25→ select "Make Folder" →3
3Tap the entry field, and enter the folder name
4Tap "Add"
◎◎The position the created folders are displayed varies depending on the library's sort setting.
For details on the library's sort settings, refer to "Sorting books" (▶P. 31).
Sort settings
Position displayed
Sort by Date
Displayed after a list of all electronic books.
Sort by Title
Displayed in order of title including the title of the electronic book.
Sort by Author
Displayed after a list of all electronic books.
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1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
2Select the folder you want to rename
35→ select "Rename Folder" →3
4Tap the entry field, and enter the folder name
5Tap "OK"
Moving electronic books
You can move electronic books to a microSD card or the main unit.
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
25→ select "Move" →3
3Select the move method
Move this book
Moves the currently selected electronic book.
Move some books Select multiple electronic books and move them.
Move all books
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Renaming folders
Moves all electronic books.
4Select the folder at the move destination →3
5Tap
Deleting electronic books
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
25→ select "Delete" →3
3Select the delete method
Delete this book
Deletes the currently selected electronic book.
Delete some
books
Select multiple electronic books and delete them.
Delete all books
Deletes all electronic books.
4Select "YES" →3
Viewing buying history
1In the home screen, select "My Library" →3
The electronic book list screen is displayed.
25→ select "Buying History" →3
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Here, you can buy electronic books, and view ranking, special editions, latest information, etc.
■au one-ID
To use the LISMO Book Store, the au one-ID is required.
The au one-ID is a free ID provided by KDDI. You can use an already acquired au one-ID or
acquire a new au one-ID at the LISMO Book Store.
■How to pay for electronic books
You can pay for charged books by any one of the following methods.
• au KANTAN KESSAI
The au KANTAN KESSAI service allows you to pay for purchases such as electronic books
together with your monthly au mobile phone charges.
* To use au KANTAN KESSAI, the au one-ID mobile phone/PC link must be set. The au one-ID mobile phone/PC link can be set
up on an au mobile phone equipped with EZ WIN or a smartphone equipped with au "Android™".
For details on au KANTAN KESSAI, visit the following:
https://connect.auone.jp/net/id/kessai_guide/login.html
• Owner points
You can check owner points in My Page.
• Credit card
LISMO Book Store signing procedure
When the LISMO Book Store is activated for the first time, you must set the au one-ID,
password or other settings. When the settings are complete, you can use the LISMO Book
Store.
◎◎Key operations are not possible from the LISMO Book Store top screen. To perform
operations, use the stylus pen.
1In the home screen, select "LISMO Book Store" →3
2Tap "LISMO Book Store 利用規約 (Terms of Service)", and read the terms
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LISMO Book Store
of service
3Enter the au one-ID password
4Tap "利用規約に同意してログイン (I agree with Terms of Service and log in)"
The LISMO Book Store top screen is displayed.
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•Set the current date and time correctly in advance (▶P. 40).
If the current date and time is not set correctly, it may not be possible to communicate with
the LISMO Book Store.
1In the home screen, select "LISMO Book Store" →3
The LISMO Book Store top screen is displayed.
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
① You can search by entering text or selecting categories.
② Goes back to the previous page.
③ Refreshes the page.
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Using the LISMO Book Store
④ Goes back to the LISMO Book Store top screen.
⑤ Displays My Page.
⑥ You can check the details and terms of service.
2Search the electronic books, and tap the title of the desired book
The product details for the electronic book are displayed.
3Tap "購入する (Buy)"
The purchase confirmation is displayed.
4Tap "購入する (Buy)" for the payment method you want to use
You can use your selected method of payment to make a purchase.
Electronic books you have bought can be downloaded and read from the library.
Displaying My Page
In My Page, you can check your buying history and points, and change user settings.
1In the home screen, select "LISMO Book Store" →3
The LISMO Book Store top screen is displayed.
2Tap "マイページ (My Page)"
My Page is displayed.
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Notes
There are two ways of entering notes in Notes, by using the keyboard or by using the stylus
pen.
Using the keyboard to enter
1In the home screen, select "Applications" →3
2Select "Notes" →3
The Notes list screen is displayed.
3Tap
The text entry screen is displayed.
4Tap the entry field → enter text
5Tap
To exit without saving, tap "Cancel".
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Applications
◎◎When entered text is saved, the first 10 letters of the text will be displayed in the Notes list
screen.
◎◎If you saved without entering any text, "Text Note_save date_number" will be displayed in the
Notes list screen.
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1In the home screen, select "Applications" →3
2Select "Notes" →3
The Notes list screen is displayed.
3Tap
The handwriting screen is displayed.
4Draw pictures or writing with the stylus pen
: Draws pictures or writing.
: Rubs out drawn pictures or writing.
: Adds on one more page.
5Tap
To exit without saving, tap "Cancel".
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Using the stylus pen to enter
◎◎When you save drawn picture or writing, "Paint Note_save date_number" will be displayed in
the Notes list screen.
Viewing/editing notes
1In the Notes list screen, select the note you want to view →3
2View or edit the note
•You can display the next page by pressing 2.
•You can edit a displayed note by tapping it.
◎◎Notes are displayed starting with the note having the newest date.
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1In the Notes list screen, 5 → select "Move"→3
The screen for confirming the move is displayed.
2Select "YES" →3
◎◎After you have moved notes to the microSD card or the main unit, new notes you save will be
saved to the move destination.
Deleting notes
1In the Notes list screen, 5 → select "Delete" →3
2Select the delete method
Delete this Note
Deletes the currently selected note.
Delete some Notes
Select multiple notes and delete them.
Delete all Notes
Deletes all notes.
3Select "YES" →3
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Moving notes
You can move all notes currently saved on the main unit to a microSD card and move all notes
on the microSD card to the main unit.
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Drawing drawings
1In the home screen, select "Applications" →3
2Select "Drawings" →3
The Drawings list screen is displayed.
3Tap
The Drawings screen is displayed.
4Draw pictures with the stylus pen
You can select the brush size.
: Draws pictures.
: Rubs out drawn pictures.
5Tap
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Drawings
To exit without saving, tap "Cancel".
◎◎When you save a drawing, "Drawing_save date_number" will be displayed in the Drawings list
screen.
Viewing/editing drawings
1In the Drawings list screen, select the drawing you want to view →3
2View or edit the drawing
•You can resize the drawing by tapping a magnification.
•You can edit a displayed drawing by tapping it.
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1In the Drawings list screen, 5 → select "Move" →3
The screen for confirming the move is displayed.
2Select "YES" →3
◎◎After you have moved drawings to the microSD card or the main unit, new drawings you save
will be saved to the move destination.
Deleting drawings
1In the Drawings list screen, 5 → select "Delete" →3
2Select the delete method
Delete this Drawing
Deletes the currently selected drawing.
Delete some Drawings
Select multiple drawings and delete them.
Delete all Drawings
Deletes all drawings.
3Select "YES" →3
Calendar
1In the home screen, select "Applications" →3
2Select "Calendar" →3
This month's calendar is displayed.
You can display a calendar of other months and years by tapping the
Calculator
You can make arithmetic calculations (+, –, x, ÷) on the calculator.
1In the home screen, select "Applications" →3
/ and
/ .
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Moving drawings
You can move all drawings currently saved on the main unit to a microSD card and move all
drawings saved on the microSD card to the main unit.
2Select "Calculator" →3
3Enter the mathematical expression
4Tap "="
The calculation result is displayed.
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Switching between Japanese and English as the display
language
When you buy the product, Japanese is set as the display language. You can change the
display language to English.
1In the home screen, select "設定 (Settings)" →3
2Select "言語 (Language)" →3
3Select "English" →3
4Select "OK" →3
Setting the date and time
You can set the date and time that is displayed on the product.
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Date and Time" →3
3Select the "Current date and time" checkbox →3
4Select
→3
5Set the year, month, day, hours, and minutes
Select "+"/"–" then press 3 to change numbers.
6Select "OK" → 3
7Select the "Current time zone" checkbox → 3
8 Select
→3
9Select the time zone you want to set →3
Settings
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Settings
Select "OK" →3
Setting the screensaver (sleep mode) activation time
You can set the time until the screensaver (sleep mode) is automatically activated.
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Sleeping" →3
3Select the time until the screensaver is activated →3
4Select "OK" → 3
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The product supports the 3G network and wireless LAN.
◎◎The 3G network and wireless LAN cannot be used simultaneously.
Switching the 3G network ON or OFF
When you buy the product, ON is set. By setting it to OFF when not transmitting, it reduces
battery usage and increases the operating time.
1In the home screen, select "Settings" → 3
2Select "Network" →3
3Select "3G" →3
Should be corrected to
"KDDI CDMA 2000 Connected".
4Select "ON"/"OFF" →3
5Select "OK" →3
When a connection is made to the 3G network, "KDDI CDMA 2000" is displayed.
You can display the network information by selecting "KDDI CDMA 2000" → pressing 3.
Switching the wireless LAN function ON or OFF
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Network" →3
3Select "Wireless LAN" →3
4Select "ON"/"OFF" →3
5Select "OK" →3
Should be corrected to "by tapping the wireless LAN access point".
The name of the network of the wireless LAN you are connected to is displayed.
You can display the network information by selecting a network name → pressing 3.
Registering a network (access point)
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Network" →3
3Select
→3
4Select
→3
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Setting the network
5Using the stylus pen, enter the SSID, security type and security key (key
already set for the access point)
6Tap "OK"
This description is incorrect and should be erased.
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When a password is set, you must enter that password when the product is started up. This
prevents other people from operating the product without your permission.
Setting the password for the first time
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Password" →3
3Select "Update Password" →3
4Select the "Password" entry field →3→ enter the password
5Select the "Confirm Password" entry field →3→ enter the password
again
6Select "OK" → 3
Changing the password
You can change your password.
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Password" →3
3Select "Update Password" →3
4Select the entry field → 3 → enter the old password
5Select "OK" → 3
6Select the "New Password" entry field → 3 → enter the new
password
7Tap the "Confirm new Password" entry field → enter the password again
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Setting the password
8Select "OK" → 3
Canceling the password
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Password" →3
3Select "Cancel Password" →3
4Select the entry field → 3 → enter the password
5Select "OK" →3
6Select "OK" →3
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Selecting "Settings" and pressing 3 in the home screen displays "Telecommunication
signing". This item is used by the person-in-charge at the store when you buy this product. It
is not available to the customer.
Restoring defaults
You can restore default settings or delete content saved in the library.
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "Restore Defaults" →3
3Select "Yes" →3
Viewing system information
You can check memory usage status on the main unit, microSD card usage status, remaining
battery level, and software version. You can also upgrade the communication software version.
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "System Information" →3
Memory usage status on the main unit, microSD card usage status, remaining battery level, and
software version are displayed.
3Press 2
The wireless LAN Mac address, biblio Leaf serial number, communication module serial number,
and telephone number are displayed.
Upgrading the communication software
1In the home screen, select "Settings" →3
2Select "System Information" →3
3Select the communication software version radio button →3
4Tap
Upgrading starts.
5Select "OK" →3
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Telecommunication signing
Should be corrected to "biblio Leaf device ID".
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The following describes how to update the software using a microSD card.
Insert the microSD card to the memory card slot of the product in advance.
1Access the download site on a PC, and download the ZIP file (example:
FCS02_V1.G00.00.zip)
The URL for the download site is shown below.
http://cs.kddi.com/support/komatta/download.html
2Open the downloaded ZIP file and make sure the "FCS02-UPDATE.upkg"
file exists
3Use the USB cable to connect the PC to the product, and copy the
"FCS02-UPDATE.upkg" file to the microSD card
For details on how to save to a microSD card, see "Copying data on a PC" (▶P. 28).
When saving the file to the microSD card, do not save it to a folder.
4Press and hold 8 (power key) until the power turns off
5Press and hold 8 (power key) with 6 (zoom in key) held down until
the update starts
◎◎After the update ends, the "FCS02-UPDATE.upkg" file is no longer needed. Delete it.
Software Update
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Troubleshooting
Press the RESET button (▶P. 16) with a fine-tipped object to restart the product. If this does
not solve the problem, refer to the following table.
Problem
The product does
not turn on
Cannot charge
(Charging LED does
not light)
Check
•Is the battery pack attached properly?
•Has the battery run out?
•Is the battery pack attached properly?
•Is the AC adapter power plug inserted properly into the
Refer to
P. 17
P. 20
P. 17
P. 20
power outlet?
•Are the main unit, AC adapter and USB cable each
connected properly?
•When charging using a PC, is the PC turned on?
•When charging with a rundown battery pack, the charging
LED might not light for a while.
Cannot find
electronic books in
the library
•Check the data format supported by the product (XMDF*,
PDF or ePub).
P. 29
P. 34
* XMDF format data can only be displayed if the content is preset or has
been downloaded with the product.
•Data sometimes is damaged while being downloaded or
Cannot find saved
images or music
Cannot hear sound
saved.
Download or save the data again.
•Images or music cannot be played back on the product.
•Turn up the volume. You can adjust the volume while an
electronic book is open by pressing 5 → selecting
"Setting" → 3 → selecting "Sound Setting" → 3.
•When an earphone is inserted, check that it is inserted
-
-
properly.
Notes cannot be
found
•Did you move them to a microSD card?
Make sure that the microSD card on which the notes are
saved is inserted.
•Did you delete all notes?
Drawings cannot be •Did you move them to a microSD card?
Make sure that the microSD card on which the drawings
found
are saved is inserted.
•Did you delete all drawings?
The content of the
•Are the main unit, PC and USB cable each connected
properly?
microSD card is not
displayed on the PC •Is the microSD card inserted?
even if the product is •When the product is connected to a PC, two drives are
connected to a PC
displayed on the PC.
One is the drive for displaying memory on the product, and the
other is the microSD card inserted in the memory card slot.
The product cannot
•Is the USB cable connected?
be operated
Disconnect the USB cable.
For more details, contact the au Customer Service Center.
From a land-line phone,
0077-7-111
From an au cell phone, 157 without area code
P. 37
P. 39
P. 27
P. 28
P. 28
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■When asking for repair
For repair, contact an au shop or au Customer Service Center.
During the
warranty period
Outside the
warranty period
Repairs will be done based on the terms of services of the free-of-charge
repair warranty described on the warranty card.
We shall repair the product for a charge as requested by the customer if
repair renders it usable.
◎◎Before handing in the product for repair, make a backup of the contents of memory since they
may disappear during repair. Note that the Company shall not be liable for any damages and
loss of income should the contents of memory be altered or lost.
◎◎Recycled parts that meet the Company's quality standards are sometimes used for repair.
■Performance parts for repair
The Company retains performance parts for repair of the biblio Leaf SP02 main unit and its
peripherals for six years after discontinuation of production. "Performance parts for repair"
refers to parts required for maintaining the functions of the product.
■Warranty card
At the store of purchase, thoroughly check and read the name of the retailer, date of purchase
and other necessary details filled in on the warranty card, and be sure to keep it in a safe
place.
■After-sales service
If you are unsure about anything regarding after-sales service, contact the following au
Customer Service Center.
au Customer Service Center (for loss, theft or damage and operation information)
0077-7-113 (toll free)
From a land-line phone,
From an au cell phone, 113 without area code (toll free)
*You can also contact the au Customer Service Center by the following method if you
have an au cell phone.
From EZweb, in the standby screen [EZ key] → [トップメニュー・検索 (Top menu/search)]
→ [auお客様サポート (au Customer Support)] → [お問い合わせ (Inquiries)]
* The menu configuration is subject to change without notice. Main specifications
●biblio Leaf SP02 main unit
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After-sales service
Product name
biblio Leaf SP02
Model
Size
Weight
CDMA FCS02
Approx. 198 mm (H) × approx. 129 mm (W) × approx.
9.8 mm (D)
Approx. 282 g
Memory
2 GB
Network environment
3G, wireless LAN
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Display
Resolution
800 (V) × 600 (H) dots
Aspect ratio
Visible angle
4:3
Should be corrected to
Horizontal: 180°
"Approx. 13000 pages".
Vertical: 180°
Approx. 7500 pages can be turned over by a single
charge.
Power
source
Battery performance
* Assuming 3G and wireless LAN are both OFF, and 1 page is turned
approximately every 2 seconds.
Charging time
Interface
While AC adapter is connected: Approx. 180 minutes
USB interface
USB2.0
Earphone terminal
3.5 φ
Memory card slot
Supported file formats
microSD card
XMDF*/PDF/ePub
* XMDF format data can only be displayed if the content is preset or
has been downloaded with the product.
●AC adapter
Size
Approx. 63.3 mm (H) × approx. 34.5 mm (W) × approx. 21.2 mm (D)
●Battery pack
Voltage
3.7 V
Capacity
1250 mAh
■Export Administration Regulations
This device must not be taken outside Japan excluding instances allowed in accordance with laws
and regulations. (This device contains restricted parts in accordance with the Foreign Exchange and
International Trade Law. In accordance with United States restrictions, this device cannot be taken into
the following countries (as of November 2010): Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria)
■Authentication numbers of the built-in module
This product has a built-in communication module that has wireless communication functions. The
authentication numbers of the built-in module are as follows:
005XZAA0169
005ZYAA0103
005NXAA0132
■Trademarks
Company names and product names referred to in this manual are the trademarks or
registered trademarks of respective companies.
•microSD™ and microSDHC™ are trademarks of the SD Card Association.
•The microSDHC logo is a trademark of SD-3C and LLC.
•XMDF is a registered trademark of Sharp Corporation.
•Adobe® is a trademark or registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the USA
and other countries.
•The product uses New Go R and Ryumin fonts from Morisawa & Company Ltd.
* New Go and Ryumin are registered trademarks of Morisawa & Company Ltd.
Other company names and products described herein are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of respective companies.
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Size
Ambient temperature: 5℃ to 35℃
Ambient humidity: 35% to 85%
6 inch
Operating environment
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[OpenSSL License]
Copyright © 1998-2009 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit.
(http://www.openssl.org/)
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ( INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY
OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
[Original SSLeay License]
Copyright © 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA,
OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
■Regarding Windows notations
The names of operating systems (Japanese versions) used in this manual are as follows.
•Windows 7 is the abbreviation for Microsoft® Windows® 7 (Starter, Home Basic, Home
Premium, Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate).
•Windows Vista is the abbreviation for Microsoft® Windows Vista® (Home Basic, Home
Premium, Business, Enterprise, Ultimate).
•Windows XP is the abbreviation for Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional operating system
and Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition operating system.
•Windows 2000 is the abbreviation for Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional operating
system.
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■Open SSL License
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The software license information can be viewed on a PC by connecting the product to the PC
using the USB cable (provided) and opening the "legal.txt" file.
ATTACHMENT 1
THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE TERMS
1. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, certain components of the Software
are licensed subject to the General Public License Version 2.0, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit
A (the "GPL License"). You may not use these components except in compliance with the GPL
License. In addition, you may have additional rights with respect to such components under the GPL
License, including, without limitation, the right to obtain the source code for such components from
us. You may obtain a copy of such source code by contacting us through the contact information
provided on the Web Site. We will provide such source code in accordance with the GPL License.
2. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, certain components of the Software (as
defined herein) are licensed subject to the Apache License, Version 2.0, a copy of which is attached
as Exhibit B (the "Apache License"). You may not use these components except in compliance with
the Apache License. In addition, you may have additional rights with respect to such components
under the Apache License. Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the Apache License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES
OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the Apache License for the specific
language governing permissions and limitations under the Apache License.
3. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the Software includes software
developed by The FreeType Project ("FreeType Software"). Copyright©2006 THE FREETYPE
PROJECT (WWW.FREETYPE.ORG). ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The FreeType Software is licensed
subject to The FreeType Project License, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit C (the "FreeType
License"). You may not use these components except in compliance with the FreeType License.
In addition, you may have additional rights with respect to such components under the FreeType
License.
4. Your biblio Leaf SP02 contains Adobe®Reader®Mobile software under license from Adobe
Systems Incorporated, Copyright ©1995-2009 ADOBE SYSTEMS INCORPORATED. ALL RIGHTS
RESERVED. Adobe and Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Exhibit A
GPL Version 2
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 2, June 1991
Copyright ©1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 021101301 USA
Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing
it is not allowed.
Preamble
The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it.
By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and
change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users. This General Public License
applies to most of the Free Software Foundation's software and to any other program whose authors
commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered by the GNU Library
General Public License instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.
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■Software license information
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To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to
ask you to surrender the rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if you
distribute copies of the software, or if you modify it.
For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give
the recipients all the rights that you have. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the
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We protect your rights with two steps: (1) copyright the software, and (2) offer you this license which
gives you legal permission to copy, distribute and/or modify the software.
Also, for each author's protection and ours, we want to make certain that everyone understands that
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Finally, any free program is threatened constantly by software patents. We wish to avoid the danger
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The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribution and modification follow.
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1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Program's source code as you receive it, in any
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to the absence of any warranty; and give any other recipients of the Program a copy of this License
along with the Program.
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You may charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy, and you may at your option offer
warranty protection in exchange for a fee.
2. You may modify your copy or copies of the Program or any portion of it, thus forming a work based
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the date of any change.
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differ in detail to address new problems or concerns.
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If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, the
best way to achieve this is to make it free software which everyone can redistribute and change
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To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach them to the start of each
source file to most effectively convey the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least the
"copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.
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General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without
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See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not,
write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
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by the Free Software Foundation, write to the Free Software Foundation; we sometimes make
exceptions for this. Our decision will be guided by the two goals of preserving the free status of all
derivatives of our free software and of promoting the sharing and reuse of software generally.
Gnomovision version 69, Copyright © year name of author
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This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type 'show c' for
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The hypothetical commands 'show w' and 'show c' should show the appropriate parts of the General
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'show c'; they could even be mouse-clicks or menu items--whatever suits your program.
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Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program
'Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.
<signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1989
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This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into proprietary programs.
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