Sony Xperia SP 1271-4775 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Xperia SP 1271-4775

Device: Sony Xperia SP 1271-4775
Size: 2,51 MB
Date of adding : 2014-10-16 13:53:13
Number of pages: 129
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User guide

Xperia SP
C5302/C5303/C5306

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Contents Xperia™ SP User guide..................................................................6 Getting started...............................................................................7 Android™ – what and why?...............................................................7 Device overview.................................................................................7 Assembly...........................................................................................8 Turning the device

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Contacts ......................................................................................45 About Contacts................................................................................45 Transferring contacts to your new device.......................................45 Contacts screen overview...............................................................47 Managing your contacts..................................................................47 Communicating with your contacts..........

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Using still camera settings...............................................................73 Using the video camera...................................................................77 Album...........................................................................................81 About Album....................................................................................81 Mobile BRAVIA® Engine..................................................................81 Viewing photos and videos in

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Support and maintenance..........................................................117 Updating your device.....................................................................117 Backup and restore application.....................................................118 Resetting your device....................................................................119 Locking and protecting your device..............................................120 Help application..........................................

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Xperia™ SP User guide 6 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use.

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Getting started Android™ – what and why? Your Xperia™ from Sony runs on the Android platform. Android devices can perform many of the same functions as a computer and you can customise them to your own needs. For example, you can add and delete applications, or enhance existing applications to improve functionality. On Google Play™ you can download a range of applications and games from a constantly growing collection. You can also integrate applications on your Android™ device with other applic

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9 Port for charger/USB cable 10 Headset jack 11 Camera lens 12 Camera light 13 Second microphone 14 Illuminating transparent band 15 Speaker Assembly To remove the back cover • Insert a thumbnail into the gap between the back cover and one side of your device, then lift up the cover. 8 This is an Internet version of this publication. © Print only for private use.

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To insert the memory card and the micro SIM card • Turn off your device and remove the back cover, then insert the memory card and the micro SIM card into the relevant slots. The memory card may not be included at purchase in all markets. Your device requires a micro SIM card. Inserting an incompatible SIM card in the micro SIM card slot could damage the card or your device, and Sony does not warrant and will not be responsible for any damage caused by use of incompatible or modified SIM cards.

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Turning the device on and off To turn on the device Make sure that the battery is charged for at least 30 minutes before you turn on the device for the first time. 1 Press and hold down the power key until the device vibrates. 2 If your screen goes dark, briefly press the power key to activate the screen. 3 To unlock the screen, drag up or drag down. 4 Enter your SIM card PIN when requested, then select OK. 5 Wait a while for the device to start. Your SIM card PIN is initially supplied by yo

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To force the device to shut down 1 Remove the back cover. 2 Press and hold down the OFF button using the tip of a pen or a similar object. The device turns off automatically. Do not use overly sharp objects that could damage the OFF button. Screen lock When your device is on and left idle for a set period of time, the screen darkens to save battery power, and locks automatically. This lock prevents unwanted actions on the touchscreen when you are not using it. On the lockscreen, you can still ta

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account into your phonebook, so you have everything in one place. You can sign up to new online services from your device as well as from a computer. Google™ account Having a Google™ account is key to using a range of applications and services with your Android device. You need a Google™ account, for example, to use the Gmail™ application in your device, to chat with friends using Google Talk™, and to synchronise the calendar application on your device with your Google Calendar™. You also need a

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Getting to know your device Using the keys Back • Go back to the previous screen • Close the on-screen keypad, a dialog box, an options menu, or the Notification panel Home • Go to the Home screen Task • Tap to open a window showing your most recently used applications and a small apps bar Battery Your device has an embedded battery. Charging the battery Your battery is partly charged when you buy the device. It may take a few minutes before the battery icon appears on the screen when you conne

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To charge your device 1 Plug the charger into a power outlet. 2 Plug one end of the USB cable into the charger (or into the USB port of a computer). 3 Plug the other end of the cable into the micro USB port on your device, with the USB symbol facing up. The battery status LED lights up when charging starts. 4 When the battery status LED is green, the device is fully charged. Disconnect the USB cable from your device by pulling it straight outwards. Make sure not to bend the connector when removi

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• Lower the screen display brightness level. • Turn off your device or activate the Airplane mode setting if you are in an area with no network coverage. Otherwise, your device repeatedly scans for available networks, and this consumes power. • Use a Sony original handsfree device to listen to music. Handsfree devices demand less battery power than your device's own loudspeakers. • Keep your device in standby mode whenever possible. Standby time refers to the time during your device is connected

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device locked. If you rarely lock the screen, you may not see much improvement in battery performance. When you use your device for the first time, the estimated standby time may not be accurate since there is no previous usage history to estimate from. To view the estimated standby time 1 From your Home screen, tap . 2 Find and tap Settings > Power management. Using Low battery mode You can activate the Low battery mode feature when the battery level is low. This feature helps you to adjust the

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To mark or unmark options • Tap the relevant checkbox or list option. Zooming The zoom options available depend on the application you are using. To zoom • Place two fingers on the screen at once and pinch them together (to zoom out) or spread them apart (to zoom in). When you use two fingers on the screen to zoom, it is only possible to zoom if both fingers are within the zoomable area. If you, for example, want to zoom in on a photo, make sure that both fingers are within the photo frame area.

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To flick • To scroll more quickly, flick your finger in the direction you want to go on the screen. You can wait for the scrolling movement to stop by itself, or you can stop it immediately by tapping the screen. Sensors Your device has sensors that detect both light and proximity. The light sensor detects the ambient light level and adjusts the brightness of the screen accordingly. The proximity sensor turns the touch screen off during voice calls when your ear is close to the screen. This prev

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To change the currently playing audio track from the lockscreen 1 To activate the screen, briefly press the power key . 2 When the music player controls appear, tap or . Home screen The Home screen is your gateway to the main features on your device. You can customise your Home screen with widgets, shortcuts, folders, themes, wallpaper and other items. The Home screen extends beyond the regular screen display width, so you need to flick left or right to view content in all of the Home screen's

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To delete a pane from your Home screen 1 Touch and hold an empty area on your Home screen until the device vibrates. 2 Flick left or right to browse to the pane that you want to delete, then tap . Widgets Widgets are small applications that you can use directly on your Home screen. For example, the “WALKMAN” widget allows you to start playing music directly. Some widgets are resizable, so you can expand them to view more content or shrink them to save space on your Home screen. To add a widget t


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