Sony Ericsson XPERIA ACRO IS11S user manual

User manual for the device Sony Ericsson XPERIA ACRO IS11S

Device: Sony Ericsson XPERIA ACRO IS11S
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Date of adding : 2013-10-29 14:03:04
Number of pages: 61
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Introduction Thank you for purchasing the IS11S. Before using your IS11S, be sure to read the IS11S Basic Manual (this PDF manual) to ensure correct usage. After you have finished reading this manual, store this PDF manual and the printed manuals in safe places so you can retrieve them whenever you need them. Manuals for the IS11S There are three manuals for the IS11S: the Basic Manual, printed (Start guide) (Japanese) and full Instruction Manual (Japanese). For learning the basics: Read th

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Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual Note on Illustrations The illustrations in this manual may look different from the actual cell phone in shape, color and typeface. The key illustrations are also simplified as shown below. p m k xyt Note on Screenshots The screenshots in this manual are simplified and may look different from the actual cell phone screens. 1

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Notes on Cell Phone Use � Obtain the permission of other people before you take Notes on Cell Phone Use their photos with the cell phone's camera. � Do not record information with the cell phone's camera Cell Phone Etiquette in bookstores and other locations where taking photos The cell phone always emits weak radio waves when power is not permitted. is on. Use the cell phone in an enjoyable and safe manner without Do Not Use the Cell Phone While Driving! forgetting to be considerate of oth

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Notes on Cell Phone Use Security Code and Passwords You can use a security code and other passwords described below. Take care not to forget your security code and passwords, because they are required for performing various operations and using subscription services. Security Code Using the Answering Service (Voice Mail) and Call Transfer remotely from a fixed-line phone Usage Making inquiries, applications, and Example changes while using au Customer Service Center voice guidance, a

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Contents Making and Answering Calls 21 Contents Making a Call .............................................................. 21 Making an International Call ....................................... 21 Introduction ii Answering a Call ........................................................ 22 Illustrations and Screenshots in This Manual 1 Returning a Call (Outgoing History/Incoming History) .......................... 22 Notes on Cell Phone Use 2 Setting the Silent Mode ..........................

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Contents Contacts 31Applications 41 Saving a Contact ........................................................ 31 Using Android Market ................................................. 41 Dialing from the Contacts ........................................... 31 Managing Applications ............................................... 41 Editing Contacts ......................................................... 31 Viewing the Setting Menu 43 Mail 32 Starting the Setting Menu ...........................

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Getting Ready Getting Ready Checking the Contents of the Box The box contains the cell phone and accessories. � IS11S (with warranty and battery pack � Battery Pack BA750 � AC Adapter EP800 (with warranty) cover) (Sample)> � microSDHC card (32GB)* (Sample) * Inserted in the IS11S when purchased. � Stereo Headset with Microphone (Sample) � (Start guide) (Japanese) � IS11S (Cautions on using IS11S) (Japanese) � (Specific Absor

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Getting Ready Names of Parts From the Front From the Back From the Sides ® ® *1 *1 GPS/Bluetooth GPS/Bluetooth /Wi-Fi antenna /Wi-Fi antenna *2 *2 Built in antenna Built in antenna au IC-Car au IC-Card d *1 Do not cover the antenna area with your hand when ® using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or retrieve GPS information. *2 Do not cover the antenna area with your hand during a call or when using the browser. 7

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Getting Ready Proximity sensor Second Microphone Turns on or off the touch screen to prevent erroneous Reduces noise to make easy to listen. operation during a call. microSD memory card slot Ear speaker Battery pack cover Allows you to hear the other party's voice etc. during a Battery pack call. Speaker Light sensor microUSB connecting terminal Adjusts screen brightness. Do not cover it with your m Volume key/Zoom key fingers etc. k Camera key Display (Touch panel) Hold it down

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Getting Ready Remove the AC Adapter from the power outlet. Charging the Battery Pack The battery pack is not fully charged at the time of purchase. Charging the Battery Pack with a PC Be sure to charge the battery pack before using the cell Included microUSB cable is necessary. Check the phone for the first time. connecting direction to connect correctly. Wrong connection may cause damage. � Use the included AC adapter cable when charging. � When you start charging the battery with the IS

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Getting Ready Remove the USB plug of the microUSB cable T urning On Power from the USB port of the PC. p (hold down for at least one second) micr microUSB plug oUSB plug � The key unlock screen appears. Deactivate the key lock. Notification LED Notification LED Turning Off Power p (hold down for at least one second) Power Off OK Setting Key Lock If the key lock is set, the screen light turns off to avoid erroneous operations of touch screen or buttons. The IS11S keys are locked with t

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Getting Ready Initial Setup Setting Google Account The first time IS11S turns ON, the initial setting screen You can create a Google account on the IS11S and use appears automatically. After setting the display language, Google services. Google account setup screen appears "Setup guide" appears. Follow the onscreen instructions to such as when launching a software that requires a Google set each function. account for the first time. You can also display it from Setup guide. English (Unit

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Getting Ready Removing microSD Memory Card Inserting/Removing microSD When removing the microSD memory card, be sure to Memory Card unmount first. You can save, move or copy data by inserting micoSD From the Home screen, t Settings memory card (including microSDHC) into the IS11S. And Storage Unmount SD card you can copy contacts etc. to microSD memory card. � appears in the status bar when unmounted. � A microSDHC memory card (32GB) (sample) is Turn the IS11S off, put your tip of t

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Learning the Basics Slide Flick Learning the Basics While your finger is gently Operate the screen by touching the screen, trace quickly moving (flicking) Operating the T ouch Panel it to the desired direction to your finger up, down, right, move over. or left. The display of the IS11S is a touch panel. You can operate � Move the finger slowly the IS11S by directly touching the screen. in the beginning, then � Touch panel is designed for being touched lightly with flick away in the end. f

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Learning the Basics Example: Long-touching a contact in the contact list screen Operation While Using Functions Frequently used operations for IS11S are described in this Long-touch section. a contact Selecting an Item You can directly tap the screen to select a displayed item or icon. x Displaying the Menu Menu options can be displayed by pressing the menu key (t), or long-touching an entry field or item. Example: Pressing t in the contact list screen Menu t x

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Learning the Basics Media folders (Music, Gallery, FM radio and 1Seg) Viewing the Home Screen Widget: Media shortcuts Display indicators inform you of mail arrival, current Application keys settings, etc. Widget: Digital clock The Home screen consists of five screens, the center screen and two for each side. The center screen is the Using the Status Bar default screen to operate the cell phone. Pressing y The status bar is located at the top of the IS11S screen. returns to the Home s

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Learning the Basics Icon Overview Icon Overview ® Bluetooth function connection request 3G data communication status notification / 3G available/ Sending and downloading 3G data Upcoming calendar event Silent Mode (Vibration) set Playing a track During a call using hands-free (speaker on) 1Seg activated Connecting to Wi-Fi/ Connecting to Infrared communication in progress / Wi-Fi using AutoIP function ® Osaifu-Keitai is locked. ® Using Bluetooth ® USB is connected. / Bluetooth fun

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Learning the Basics Using the Home Screen Status Description You can change the wallpaper, add, delete, or move Flashing The battery level is not enough for application shortcuts, widgets, folders from the Home red activating the cell phone for turning on. screen. Flashing While backlight is off, missed calls/New From the Home screen, t green email messages exist. Flashing Add shortcuts of applications A call is received. Shortcuts white or bookmarks. Widgets Add widgets. Add Using the N

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Learning the Basics Set and manage IS11S Main Applications functions from the setting Icon Application Overview menu. Personalizing Settings Keep contacts of your friends wallpaper and ringtone, Contacts and colleagues. security settings, initializing Make a call, receive a call, data, etc. are available. Phone display call history, etc. Switching the Home Screen C-mail Send or receive C-mail. Slide/Flick the Home screen left or right to move to the Browser Access Internet. neighboring


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