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What is the Sony
Setting up your Sony
Setting up your Sony
Personal Entertainment Organizer
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However, there is no guarantee that WARNING interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television To prevent fire or shock hazard, do reception, which can be determined by rotating the equipment off and on, the user not expose the unit to rain or is encouraged to try to correct the moisture. To avoid electrical shock, interference using one or more of the do not open the cabinet. Refer following measures: – Reorient or
Notes RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES • Sony does not support third-party add-on applications. If you are having a problem Lithium-Ion batteries are with a third-party application, please contact recyclable. the developer or publisher of that software. You can help preserve our • The illustrations in this manual may environment by returning differ from the actual software. your used rechargeable • Explanations in this manual assume that batteries to the collection and recycling you are familiar
Table of Contents About this manual ........................... 5 Connecting the USB cable Differences between the PEG-SL10, (PEG-SL10)....................................... 38 PEG-SJ20, and PEG-SJ30 .................... 7 Connecting the USB cable using the plug adapter (PEG-SJ20/PEG-SJ30) .. 39 Which manual to read? .................... 8 ® Step 6: Performing a HotSync operation for the first time ............ 40 Chapter 1 What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld? Chapter 3 What can you do with your Son
About this manual Welcome to the Sony Personal Entertainment Organizer (referred to as the “CLIÉ handheld” or “Sony CLIÉ Handheld” in this manual). Your CLIÉ handheld comes with three manuals: ■ Read This First (this guide) ■ Operating Instructions (as a PDF file on the CD-ROM) ■ Add-on Application Guide Before using your CLIÉ handheld, read this guide for an overview of features, setup and installation instructions, and other important details. After you set up your CLIÉ handheld and become fam
About this manual Operating Instructions The Operating Instructions manual is on the supplied CD-ROM as a PDF file; you can view or print the file as necessary. The manual describes how to use your CLIÉ handheld and the Personal Information Management (PIM) applications that come with your CLIÉ handheld. Additionally, the manual shows you how to: ■ View and enter data in greater detail ■ Use your CLIÉ handheld with your computer ■ Use Personal Information Management applications (Date Book, Addr
Differences between the PEG-SL10, PEG-SJ20, and PEG-SJ30 This manual describes the operation of three CLIÉ handheld models: PEG-SL10, PEG-SJ20, and PEG-SJ30. Following is the major differences in these models: PEG-SL10 • Two AAA (LR03) batteries • Monochrome LCD PEG-SJ20 • Built-in rechargeable battery • Monochrome LCD PEG-SJ30 • Built-in rechargeable battery • Color LCD Illustrations used in this manual All illustrations of the unit and screen images are of the PEG-SJ30, unless specified otherw
Which manual to read? After you set up your CLIÉ handheld and become familiar with its basic functions, you can refer to the rest of the manuals as follows: When you want to: Read: Operating Instructions Manage your personal information using your Chapter 2 CLIÉ applications. Using basic applications Operating Instructions Synchronize data between Chapter 3 your CLIÉ handheld and your computer. Exchanging and updating data ® using a HotSync operation Exchange and share Operating Instructions inf
Add-on Application Guide Set your favorite Chapter 6 application to start automatically whenever Setting the Memory Stick automatic you insert a Memory Stick start function media. (Memory Stick Autorun) Transfer data between your Add-on Application Guide Chapter 7 CLIÉ handheld and your computer using a Memory Copying the data to the Memory Stick media. Stick media on your CLIÉ handheld (Memory Stick Import/Export) 9
Chapter 1 Chapter 1 What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld? This chapter describes the features of your CLIÉ handheld, its system requirements, its buttons and controls, and the contents of the Installation CD-ROM. Contents What can you do with your Sony CLIÉ Handheld? ..................... 12 System requirements ................................................................. 13 Sony CLIÉ Handheld components .............................................. 14 Locating front panel controls ..............
What can you do with your Sony CLIÉ Handheld? Once you familiarize yourself with the basic workings of your CLIÉ handheld, you’ll easily be able to: ■ Enter your schedule into the Date Book and view them by the day, week, or month, and even set an alarm to remind you of an important event. ■ Keep all your contact names, addresses, phone numbers, and other details in the Address Book. In addition, you can paste an image to ™ an address record using the supplied PictureGear Pocket application. ■ A
Chapter 1 What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld? System requirements ™ To install and operate the Palm Desktop software on your computer, your computer system must meet the following requirements: ■ OS: ® ® – Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition ® – Windows Millennium Edition ® – Windows 2000 Professional ® – Windows XP Home Edition ® – Windows XP Professional ® ■ CPU: Pentium 133 MHz or faster ® (Pentium III 450 MHz or faster is recommended with Windows XP) ■ Memory: 64MB RAM minimum ® (128MB or more
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components Locating front panel controls PEG-SL10 PEG-SJ20/PEG-SJ30 ™ 1 Jog Dial Navigator Used to select and run applications or items. Depending on the application you use, specific functions are assigned to the navigator. ™ For details, see “Using the Jog Dial navigator” in the Operating Instructions manual. 2 BACK Button Releases the selection of an item or cancels the operation. Depending on the application you use, returning to the previous screen or other specific funct
Chapter 1 What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld? 4 Application Buttons Activates the individual applications that correspond to the icons on the buttons: Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad. See “Assigning applications to buttons” in the Operating Instructions manual for details on reassigning these buttons to activate any application on your CLIÉ handheld. 5 Screen Displays the applications and information stored in your CLIÉ handheld. It is touch-sensitive and responds to the sty
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components Locating back panel components PEG-SL10 PEG-SJ20/PEG-SJ30 1 Stylus Used to tap icons and buttons on the screen, or to write characters on the Graffiti writing area. For details, see “Using the stylus” in the Operating Instructions manual. 2 POWER Button Used to turn your CLIÉ handheld on or off. Also, press the POWER button and hold it down for two seconds or longer to turn the backlight of the LCD display on or off. Tip If your CLIÉ handheld is turned off, pressing
Chapter 1 What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld? ™ 3 Memory Stick Slot Insert Memory Stick media into this slot. 4 Memory Stick Access Indicator Lights in orange while your CLIÉ handheld is reading/writing the data in Memory Stick media. 5 Infrared Communication Port (IR port) Uses infrared technology to transmit data to and receive data from ® ® other CLIÉ or Palm OS handhelds, and to perform HotSync operations. For details, see “Beaming between your Sony CLIÉ Handheld and ® another Palm OS PDA” in th
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components Removing the supplied protective soft cover from your CLIÉ handheld Slide A down (1), then remove the cover (2). Reattaching the protective soft cover Pull A outward (1) and place the tabs into the holes of the CLIÉ handheld (2). Then slide A up until it locks into place (3). 18
Chapter 1 What is the Sony CLIÉ Handheld? Elements of the CLIÉ interface 1 Battery Icon Displays the remaining charge in the battery. Tap the icon to show the battery's remaining charge by percentage and the amount of available memory. PEG-SL10; When your CLIÉ handheld is operating on the AC power source, the battery icon ( ) is displayed. However, the batteries are not charged. PEG-SJ20/PEG-SJ30; When your CLIÉ handheld is operating on the AC power source, the battery charging icon ( ) is dis
Sony CLIÉ Handheld components 4 Contrast/Brightness Adjustment Icon Tap this icon to adjust the contrast (PEG-SL10 and PEG-SJ20) or the brightness (PEG-SJ30) of the LCD screen of your CLIÉ handheld. Note If the digitizer preferences are not set correctly, you cannot adjust the contrast/brightness level properly. For details, see “Adjusting the screen” in the Operating Instructions manual. 5 Application Icon Tap an icon to activate the corresponding application. 6 Scroll Bar Drag the slider up or
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