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acharset 12:32pm on Sunday, October 31st, 2010 
Good one Good product.Does what is advertised.Good price.[...] Attractive Design","Compact","Easy To Setup","Easy to use","High Capacity".
Leahks80 9:46pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2010 
I must pull the power plug because the 2nd unit also had a defective power switch. Easy To Install Instructions assume No problems with this unit. Easy To Install","Fast","Quiet Need to format for Mac
Daminator 5:32am on Thursday, September 9th, 2010 
Had a laptop drive that the OS had crashed multiple times and was only 80GB. Replaced it with this drive and have ran it for about 3 weeks now. I purchased up one of these drives at a store and installed it in a Mac Powerbook. I was able to install the OS.
rsalmon 5:48am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 
I purchased up one of these drives at a store and installed it in a Mac Powerbook. I was able to install the OS. Very good external hard drive. I am very pleased with this unit so far. Wide Open Western Digital Spaces As a writer I run through hard drives pretty fast.
Smudger 2:47pm on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 
When you find this on sale buy it. Newegg has the best pricing most of the time and shipping is above average. I use this new hard drive purely for media. I was debating whether I should get this or the green 2TB from WD.
zap0lkinhere 9:00am on Friday, April 23rd, 2010 
Bought 2 of these - one for a netbook and 1 for an external enclosure. Unlike the old Hitachi hd in my netbook. Well, ordered this drive before Christmas, received it in an orderly manner which was nice.
onisbnlhkonis 7:11am on Sunday, April 18th, 2010 
This product is great for gaming hobbies and I don't have worry about lose games or scraching them tons for memory left so, I can still put more.
nicholas.eckermann 12:28am on Sunday, April 11th, 2010 
We record TV movies to watch at our convenience. The 2TB capacity allows us to delete them later, at our leisure. Attractive Design,Compact. only 1.81 tera storage not 2.0 tera Attractive Design,Easy To Setup,Easy to use,High Capacity,Portable,Quiet No Power Switch Appearance, price, capacity are exceptional, though it did not solve the slow speed of my computer. Great product! Has helped us keep our computer space greatly! Attractive Design,Easy To Setup,Easy to use
chetsvr 8:37am on Thursday, March 11th, 2010 
Had a laptop drive that the OS had crashed multiple times and was only 80GB. Replaced it with this drive and have ran it for about 3 weeks now.

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Feature guide

September 2008
Sony Ericsson Media Manager

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Prior to use, please see the important warranty information and terms for safe and efficient use provided separately. Please see the full User guide for important information, terms and conditions regarding your use of this device and the features profiled in this guide. Attention: Some of the services and features described in this document are not supported by all networks and/or service providers in all areas. Without limitation, this applies to the GSM International Emergency Number 112. Please contact your network operator or service provider to determine availability of any specific service or feature and whether additional access or usage fees apply. All illustrations are for illustration only and may not accurately depict the actual phone.

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Contents

Introduction....4

Key features...4

Installing Sony Ericsson Media Manager..4
Required operating systems...4 Installing from the CD...4 Downloading from the Web and installing..4
Connecting using a USB cable...5 Using Sony Ericsson Media Manager..5
The Sony Ericsson Media Manager window..6

Music mode....6

Browsing your computer for music..6 Tips when using Sony Ericsson Media Manager..6 Previewing your music..7 Transferring music to your phone...7 Saving content...8 Shuffle tracks...8

Audio CD mode...8

Extracting audio from a CD...8 SensMe music analysis...9
Photo mode....9 RSS Media Feed Mode..10
Subscribing to Web feeds (RSS media)..10 Downloading and transferring feeds to your phone..10

Backup mode...11

Backing up files from your phone..11 Restoring backup files...11

Troubleshooting...11

The list of connected phones or memory cards is incorrect..11 The list of music folders on the computer is incorrect.12 SensMe information is not added to music tracks.12 SensMe information is not presented in the phone.12 The phone cannot play a transferred music track..12
Trademarks and acknowledgements..13

Introduction

You can use Sony Ericsson Media Manager to transfer photos, music, video and Web feeds (RSS media) between your phone and a computer. The software can extract audio tracks from CDs and transfer them to your phone. You can also transfer content from your phone to a computer.

Key features

Transfer photos, music (in MP3, WMA, and AAC format), videos and Web feeds (RSS media) to and from your phone Transfer music from CDs to your phone with Gracenote MusicID album identification technology Create your own playlists to transfer to your phone Shuffle a mix of audio tracks to play on your phone Add SensMe to enhance music tracks with additional metadata such as mood (happy, sad), beats per minute or chords Subscribe to Web feeds
Installing Sony Ericsson Media Manager
You can install the Sony Ericsson Media Manager software from the Sony Ericsson PC Suite CD that comes with your phone or you can download it from www.sonyericsson.com/support.
Required operating systems
To use the software included on the CD, you need one of the these operating systems: Microsoft Windows Vista 32 bit or 64 bit versions of: Ultimate, Enterprise, Business, Home Premium or Home Basic Microsoft Windows XP (Pro or Home), Service Pack 2 or higher

Installing from the CD

3 To install Sony Ericsson Media Manager from the CD Turn on your computer and insert the CD. The CD starts automatically and the installation window opens. Select a language and click OK. Click Install Sony Ericsson Media Manager and follow the instructions.
Downloading from the Web and installing
To download the latest version of Sony Ericsson Media Manager In your Internet browser, go to www.sonyericsson.com/support. Select a region and country. Select Software downloads. Select a phone from the list. Select Read more and download under Media Manager. Select Download now and save the file to your computer.
To install Sony Ericsson Media Manager from the downloaded file Double-click the downloaded Sony Ericsson Media Manager file. Installation wizard: To continue the installation, click Next. Read and accept the licence agreement, then click Next. To install to the default folder, click Next. To begin the installation, click Install. To exit the wizard, click Finish.

Connecting using a USB cable
You can connect your phone to a computer using a USB cable compatible with your phone. The following is an overview of the different phone modes:
Computer software Sony Ericsson PC Suite Connect using USB cable or Bluetooth wireless technology USB cable Status of the phone Phone mode Note For synchronising.
Microsoft Windows Explorer and Sony Ericsson Media Manager Microsoft Windows Explorer and Sony Ericsson Media Manager None

Media transfer

For transferring files. The phone appears as a media device on your computer. The Sony Ericsson PC Suite cannot access your phone in this mode. For transferring files. Phone functions are turned off automatically. For printing pictures.

USB cable

Mass storage
To connect your phone to a computer using a USB cable Connect a USB cable to your phone and the computer. Computer: If the Found New Hardware Wizard appears, click Cancel to exit the wizard. Phone: Select Media transfer. Computer: Your phone memory is added as a removable disk in Windows Explorer. Computer: If a dialogue box asks what to do with the files on the removable disk, select Take no action.
If your phone has a memory card, this is also added as a removable disk in Windows Explorer.
To change the default settings for transferring content Before you connect your phone to a computer, select Menu > Settings > the Connectivity tab > USB > USB mode and select a mode.
Using Sony Ericsson Media Manager
To start Sony Ericsson Media Manager Computer: Double-click the Sony Ericsson Media Manager icon on the desktop or click Start/Programs/Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson Media Manager/Sony Ericsson Media Manager.
The Sony Ericsson Media Manager window
The Sony Ericsson Media Manager window is divided into three main areas: the PC pane, the Target pane and the Phone pane on the bottom. The PC pane and the Phone pane is divided into two views: the tree view on the left and the list view on the right. In the PC pane you can select the content you want to transfer to your phone. The tree view displays the hard drive(s), CD drives, and any virtual drives, depending on your selection. The list view displays any media found on the drive or network. The Target pane displays the name of the selected phone or memory card and the available space. The progress indicator in the target pane displays the progress of encoding and transferring files. Each phone and memory card you have used with Sony Ericsson Media Manager is listed in the Selected Device drop-down list. The Phone pane displays the contents of your phone (or the selected memory card). You can use this pane to: Browse the contents of your phone. View information about files. Sort files. Delete files. Preview files. In the phone pane, files that have already been transferred are displayed in bright text and files that have not been transferred are dimmed. To refresh the display Clicking a pane and then press F5. To change the size of panes and list views Drag the dividers between them.

Music mode

Browsing your computer for music
In Music mode, the tree view shows folders and subfolders which can contain music. To preview content in List view Select a folder in Tree view. When you select a music file, information about the selected track is displayed in the PC pane. To add folders to the PC pane Click Add Shortcut.
Tips when using Sony Ericsson Media Manager
Here are some useful tips on how to use the Sony Ericsson Media Manager functions together with your computer:

Searching for an image

If album art is not available, a disc icon is displayed. You can click the disc icon to open your Web browser and perform an image search. To update the album artwork for all files in the current folder, you can drop a graphic file or URL on the image

Selecting a playlist

Playlists (.m3u and.wpl exported from Windows Media Player) are included in the tree view in the PC pane. When you select a playlist, its content is displayed in the list view and 6
you can transfer the content to your phone. If a playlist contains content not supported by Sony Ericsson Media Manager, the content is not displayed. To locate a file on your hard drive Right-click the file in the PC pane and choose Explore Containing Folder.
Content supported by your phone but not the software is displayed with a crossed over icon and is transferred without re-encoding.

Previewing your music

You can preview your audio tracks in Sony Ericsson Media Manager before you transfer them to your phone. 3 To preview your music Click the Music Mode tab. Select a song in the PC pane. Click Preview or double-click the track.
If Sony Ericsson Media Manager cannot play the file, it attempts to start a player associated with the file type.
To preview a file using another application Press and hold down Ctrl and double-click a file.
Transferring music to your phone
Music is transferred to your phone in MP3 or AAC format. Other formats are re-encoded if your phone does not support them. You can change the format setting from the File type drop-down list and you can change the audio bit rate setting in the Music target drop-down list. Audio content that contains metadata is transferred with artist and album information. For example, d:\my music\The Dorothy Heralds\100 Unnamed Things\05 Synergy.mp3 would appear on your phone system in Music\The Dorothy Heralds\100 Unnamed Things \Synergy.Audio content without metadata is transferred using the album folder and file name from your PC. For example, d:\my music\Desktop\05 Gracie.mp3 would appear on your phone in Music\Desktop\05 Gracie. To change the encoding settings

The original audio track on your hard drive is not affected by the re-encoding process.
Click the Settings tab. Click Music. Select the format you want to encode your content to in the File type drop-down list. Select the audio bit rate you want for your transferred music in the Music target dropdown list.
If your phone is not able to play transferred audio, try using a different File type setting.
To transfer music to your phone
Do not disconnect the USB cable during file transfer as this may harm the phone memory or the memory card.
Click the Music Mode tab. In the PC pane, choose the folder that contains the tracks you want to transfer. Select the tracks you want to transfer. Press and hold down Ctrl or Shift to select multiple tracks. From the Target drop-down list, choose the bit rate for transferred tracks. If you choose Automatic, your tracks are transferred with the standard bit rate that matches the original file. When you choose a lower bit rate the tracks are smaller and have reduced sound quality. Click Transfer to Phone.

Saving content

Before transferring tracks from an audio CD, the files are saved to your hard drive in the folder \My Documents\My Music\Artist Name\Album Name. You can choose a different folder on the CD Extract page in Settings mode. The status bar displays the space available on the phone or memory card and the file size of selected audio tracks. The status bar adjusts according to the bit rate you choose. The selected files are encoded if necessary and transferred to the phone. If there is not enough space available in your phone, a warning message is displayed that not all files may be transferred. If you click OK, the tracks that fit on your phone are transferred. The remaining files are put in a queue and transferred the next time you connect your phone, if there is space.

Shuffle tracks

You can shuffle your tracks in Sony Ericsson Media Manager. The tracks are displayed in a Shuffle Results folder where you can edit the contents before transferring the tracks to your phone. The Shuffle button is not available if your phone memory is full or if your phone is not connected using a USB cable. To shuffle tracks Click the Music mode tab. Select a folder in Tree view in the PC pane. Music in the selected folder and subfolders is used to shuffle tracks. Click Shuffle and choose a command from the drop-down list. Sony Ericsson Media Manager shuffles the songs from the selected location to the Shuffle Results playlist in the PC pane. Sort the list or delete tracks as you want before transferring them to your phone or memory card. Click Transfer. To reserve space for media content in your phone Click Settings. Click the General button. Select how much space you want to reserve for media content in the Reserve space drop-down list. If you select 10%, this is how much space is reserved in your phone.

Audio CD mode

Extracting audio from a CD
You can extract tracks from audio CDs and transfer them to your phone. The files are saved to your hard drive in the computer folder.\My Documents\My Music\Artist Name \Album Name folder (or.\Users\Username\Music\Artist Name\Album Name on
Windows Vista). You can change the destination folder on the CD Extract page in Settings mode. To extract audio from a CD and transfer to your phone Click the CD Mode tab. Insert an audio CD in your drive. Sony Ericsson Media Manager displays the list of tracks automatically. To refresh CD information manually, click Look Up MusicID at the top of the PC pane. Select the tracks you want to extract. From the Target drop-down list, specify the audio bit rate. Click Transfer to Phone.
To change the file type used for CD extraction, use the File Type drop-down list on the CD Extract page in Settings mode. To create a smaller file for your phone, you can use a lower bit rate. Higher bit rates give better quality music, but also create larger file sizes.

SensMe music analysis

With SensMe you can create playlists by mood. By using Sony Ericsson Media Manager to analyse and transfer music to your phone, information such as mood, tempo and chords is added to your tracks. The tracks are displayed as dots on a map with two axes in your phone. You can create a playlist in the phone by selecting an area of tracks. SensMe information is always added to tracks that you extract from CD. To perform SensMe music analysis Click the Settings tab. Click Music on the left of the window. Select the check box Perform SensMe music analysis when music is transferred. To analyse the MP3 music files in your music folders Click the Settings tab. Click Music on the left of the window. Click SensMe Music Analysis to analyze the MP3 music files in your music folders and add SensMe metadata to the files.
SensMe Music Analysis takes between 5 and 15 seconds per track. If you have many tracks to analyse it takes some time.

Photo mode

You can manage photos on your phone and a computer. To view photos on the computer Click the Photo Mode tab. In the PC pane, select the folder that contains the photos you want to preview. The content of the selected folder is displayed in the PC pane. Click Preview or double-click a photo to preview it. Press and hold down Ctrl and double-click a photo to preview it using the application associated with its file extension.
If you select multiple photos, they are displayed in a slideshow. You can adjust the slideshow speed on the Photo page in Settings mode.

To view videos on your phone or memory card Click the Video Mode tab. Click Videos in the Video pane. The videos currently on your phone are displayed in the Phone pane.

RSS Media Feed Mode

You can subscribe to Web feeds such as podcasts, RSS 2.0 media feeds and video blogs in this mode.
Subscribing to Web feeds (RSS media)
You can subscribe to Web feeds from a number of places: Use the feeds directory in the Sony Ericsson Media Manager Add feeds that you find on the Internet Add files from an existing RSS aggregator To subscribe to a feed from the Sony Ericsson Media Manager feed directory Click the RSS Media Feed Mode tab. Click Directory. Available feeds are displayed in the PC pane. Select a feed in the Feed directory. Click Subscribe. The feed is added to the My Feeds folder. To subscribe to a feed using a specific URL Click the RSS Media Feed Mode tab. Click Add Feed and select Add Feed from the menu. In the Enter the Feed's URL box, type the URL location of the feed. To subscribe, click OK.
Downloading and transferring feeds to your phone
Sony Ericsson Media Manager downloads and transfers feeds to your phone. If your phone is disconnected, or if the selected a memory card is not available, the feeds are put in a queue and transferred the next time you connect your phone to the software. 4 To refresh Web feeds (RSS feeds) Click the RSS Feed Mode tab. Select the feed you want to refresh, or select the My Feeds folder to select all subscribed feeds. Click Refresh. The latest feeds are downloaded and transferred to your phone. To transfer feeds to your phone manually Click the RSS Feed Mode tab. Select a feed from the Subscribed feeds list. Select the feeds you want to transfer. Click Transfer to Phone. The latest feeds are downloaded and transferred to your phone.
Depending on the type of content, the feeds appears in a folder under Music, Photos, or Videos in the Phone pane. Feeds that have already been downloaded are displayed in bright text and feeds that have not been downloaded are dimmed.

Backup mode

Backing up files from your phone
In Backup mode, the PC pane displays backup versions of the content in the phone memory. Backed up content is stored on your computer in a backup location specific to the current memory card:.\My Documents\Phone Backup\memory card volume name (or.\Users\Username\Documents\Phone Backup\memory card volume name in Windows Vista). You can change the destination folder on the General page of the Settings panel. 3 To back up individual content files Click the Backup Mode tab. In the Phone pane, select the content you want to back up from the phone memory. To select multiple files, press and hold down Ctrl or Shift. Click Transfer to PC.

You can also drag content from the Phone pane to the PC pane.
To back up all files Click the Backup Mode tab. Click Back Up All in the PC pane. All files from your phone are transferred to your computer.

Restoring backup files

If you delete content from your phone or want to use an earlier version of a file, you can restore the backup file from your computer. To restore individual backup files to your phone
Restored content overwrites any existing versions.
Click the Backup Mode tab. In the PC pane, select the location where you want to put your restored content. In the PC pane, select the file(s) you want to restore. Press and hold down Ctrl or Shift to select multiple files. Click Transfer to Phone. You can view the restored files in the Phone pane. To restore all backup files to your phone Click the Backup Mode tab. Click Restore All in the PC pane. Backed up content is transferred to your phone, overwriting all existing content. You can view the restored content in the Phone pane.

Troubleshooting

The list of connected phones or memory cards is incorrect
You need to reset Sony Ericsson Media Manager completely. To reset all settings When you start Sony Ericsson Media Manager, press and hold down Ctrl + Shift. You can also go to the General page under Settings and click Restore all settings to default.
The list of music folders on the computer is incorrect
SensMe information is not added to music tracks
SensMe analysis may not work on all music file types. You should analyse a different music file type. See the instruction on how To perform SensMe music analysis on page 9.
SensMe information is not presented in the phone
SensMe technology is only available if your phone supports it.
The phone cannot play a transferred music track
Not all formats are supported by all phones. If your phone is not able to play transferred audio, you should try using a different format setting. See the instruction on how To change the encoding settings on page 7.
Trademarks and acknowledgements
Your mobile phone has the capability to download, store and forward additional content, e.g. ringtones. The use of such content may be restricted or prohibited by rights of third parties, including but not limited to restriction under applicable copyright laws. You, and not Sony Ericsson, are entirely responsible for additional content that you download to or forward from your mobile phone. Prior to your use of any additional content, please verify that your intended use is properly licenced or is otherwise authorised. Sony Ericsson does not guarantee the accuracy, integrity or quality of any additional content or any other third party content. Under no circumstances will Sony Ericsson be liable in any way for your improper use of additional content or other third party content. Smart-Fit Rendering is a trademark or a registered trademark of ACCESS Co., Ltd. Bluetooth is a trademark or a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc. and any use of such mark by Sony Ericsson is under licence. The Liquid Identity logo, SensMe, BestPic, PlayNow, MusicDJ, PhotoDJ, TrackID and VideoDJ are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. TrackID is powered by Gracenote Mobile MusicID. Gracenote and Gracenote Mobile MusicID are trademarks or registered trademarks of Gracenote, Inc. WALKMAN is a trademark or a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Cyber-shot is a trademark or registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Wi-Fi is a trademark or a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Lotus Notes is a trademark or a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. Sony, Memory Stick Micro and M2 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. Google and Google Maps are trademarks or registered trademarks of Google, Inc. 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No. 463(96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT, ES, SE, GB; and additional patents are pending worldwide. This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a licence from Microsoft. Content owners use Windows Media digital rights management technology (WMDRM) to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses WMDRM software to access WMDRM-protected content. If the WMDRM software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask Microsoft to revoke the software's ability to use WMDRM to play or copy protected content. Revocation does not affect unprotected content. When you download licences for protected content, you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation list with the licences. Content owners may require you to upgrade WMDRM to access their content. 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Sony Ericsson Media Manager

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Getting started Media Manager

Contents

Introduction.... 2 Overview... 2 Installing Sony Ericsson Media Manager.. 2 Required operating systems... 2 Installing from the PC Suite CD... 3 Downloading from the Web and installing.. 3 Connecting the USB cable.. 3 Using Sony Ericsson Media Manager.. 4 Starting Sony Ericsson Media Manager.. 4 The Sony Ericsson Media Manager window.. 4 Music mode.... 6 Audio CD mode.... 9 SensMe music analysis... 9 Photo mode... 10 Video mode... 10 Web feed (RSS media) mode... 11 Backup mode... 12 Troubleshooting.... 13 Trademarks and acknowledgements.. 14
Getting started Sony Ericsson Media Manager

Introduction

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Overview

You can use Sony Ericsson Media Manager to transfer photos, music, video and Web feeds (RSS media) between your computer and phone. The software can also extract audio tracks from CDs and transfer them to your phone. In addition, you can transfer files from your phone to your computer.

Key features

Transfer photos, music (in MP3, WMA, and AAC format), videos and Web feeds (RSS media) to and from your phone. Transfer music from CDs to your phone with Gracenote MusicID album identification technology. Create your own playlists to transfer to your phone. Shuffle a mix of audio tracks to play on your phone. Add SensMe to enhance music tracks with additional metadata such as mood (happy, sad), beats per minute or chords. When you browse and listen to music in your phone, SensMe shows you a navigation window with two axes: moods and beats per minute. Subscribe to Web feeds
Installing Sony Ericsson Media Manager
You can install the Sony Ericsson Media Manager software from the PC Suite CD that comes with your phone or you can download it from www.sonyericsson.com/support.
Required operating systems
To use the software included on the CD, you need one of the these operating systems: Microsoft Windows Vista 32 bit or 64 bit versions of: Ultimate, Enterprise, Business, Home Premium, Home Basic) Microsoft Windows XP (Pro or Home), Service Pack 2 or higher
Installing from the PC Suite CD
To install Sony Ericsson Media Manager from the PC Suite CD
1. Turn on your computer and insert the CD. The CD starts automatically and the installation window opens. 2. Select a language and click OK. 3. Click Install Sony Ericsson Media Manager and follow the instructions.
Downloading from the Web and installing
To download the latest version of Sony Ericsson Media Manager
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. In your Internet browser, go to www.sonyericsson.com/support. Select a region and country. Select a phone from the list or enter your phone model in the text field. Select Software downloads. Select Sony Ericsson Media Manager Setup X.X for your preferred language under Applications. Select Download and save the file to your computer.
To install Sony Ericsson Media Manager from the downloaded file
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Double-click the downloaded Sony Ericsson Media Manager file. In the installation wizard: Click Next to continue the installation. Read and accept the licence agreement, then click Next. Click Next to install to the default folder. Click Install to begin the installation. Click Finish to exit the wizard.

Connecting the USB cable

You can connect your phone to a computer using a USB cable compatible with your phone.
To connect your phone to a computer with the USB cable
1. 2. 3. 4. Connect the USB cable to your phone and computer. Computer: If the Found New Hardware Wizard appears, click Cancel to exit the wizard. Phone: Select Media transfer. Computer: Your phone memory is added as removable disks in Windows Explorer. If your phone has a memory card this is also added as a removable disk in Windows Explorer.

5. Computer: If a dialogue box asks what to do with the files on the removable disks (the phone memory and memory card), select Take no action. 6. Transfer music with Sony Ericsson Media Manager.
To change the default settings for transferring content
Before you connect your phone to a computer, select Menu > Settings > the Connectivity tab > USB > USB mode and select a mode.
An overview of the different phone modes: Computer software Sony Ericsson PC Suite Connect using USB cable or Bluetooth wireless technology USB cable Status of the phone Note Phone mode For synchronizing
Microsoft Windows Explorer and Sony Ericsson Media Manager

Media transfer

For transferring files. The phone appears as a media device on your computer. The PC Suite cannot access your phone in this mode For transferring files. Phone functions are turned off automatically For printing pictures. To be used when connecting the phone to a printer using a USB cable.

USB cable

Mass storage mode
Using Sony Ericsson Media Manager
Starting Sony Ericsson Media Manager
To start Sony Ericsson Media Manager
Double-click the Sony Ericsson Media Manager icon on the desktop (or click Start/Programs/ Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson Media Manager/Sony Ericsson Media Manager).
The Sony Ericsson Media Manager window
The Sony Ericsson Media Manager window is divided into two main areas: the PC pane on the top and the Phone pane on the bottom. Each pane is divided into two views: the tree view on the left and the list view on the right. The top half of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window allows you to select the source media that you want to transfer from your computer to your phone. Click one of the mode tabs to choose the type of media you want to transfer: music, CD tracks, photos, videos, and Web feeds (RSS media).
The tree view displays the hard drive(s), CD drives, and any virtual drives, depending on your selection. The list view displays any media found on the drive or network.

To refresh the display, click a pane to focus and then press F5.
The target pane displays the name of the selected phone or memory card and the available space. The progress indicator in the target pane displays the progress of encoding and transferring files. Each phone and memory card that you have used with Sony Ericsson Media Manager is listed in the Selected Device drop-down list.
The bottom half of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window displays the contents of your phone (or the selected memory card). You can use this pane to: Browse the contents of your phone. View information about each file. Sort files - click a column heading to sort your files in ascending or descending order. Delete files - select files and click Delete to remove them from your phone. Preview files - select a media file and click Preview to preview it in the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window.
In the phone pane, files that have already been transferred are displayed in bright text and files that have not been transferred are dimmed.
To change the size of the panes and list views, drag the dividers between them.

Music mode

Browsing your computer for music
In Music mode, tree view shows folders and subfolders which you can navigate and use to look for music. List view shows the contents of a selected folder.I Sony Ericsson Media Manager helps you find music in your My Music folder or another location on your computer hard drive. You can click the Add Shortcut button to add folders to the PC pane. The list view of the PC pane displays the music from the location you specified. Once you have located your music files, you can preview and transfer them to your phone. When you select a music file, information about the selected track is displayed at the top of the PC pane:
Tips when using Sony Ericsson Media Manager
You can use Sony Ericsson Media Manager functions together with your computer functions to get the best out of the software and your music experience: You can drag files from the Windows Explorer to the Phone pane in the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. The transfer begins when you drop the files. If album art is not available, a disc icon is displayed. You can click the disc icon to open your Web browser and perform an image search. To update the album artwork for all files in the current folder, drop a graphic file or URL on the image. Playlists (.m3u and.wpl exported from Windows Media Player) are included in the tree view in the PC pane. When you select a playlist, its contents are displayed in the list view and you can transfer the media files to your phone. If a playlist contains files that are not supported by Sony Ericsson Media Manager, those files are not displayed. If you have media files that are supported by your phone but that the software cannot read, the files are not displayed until you connect your phone. These files are displayed with a crossed over icon and are transferred without re-encoding. To locate a file on your hard drive, right-click it in the PC pane and choose Explore Containing Folder from the shortcut menu.

Previewing your music

Using Sony Ericsson Media Manager, you can preview any audio tracks on your computer before you transfer them to your phone.

To preview your music

1. Click the Music Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. On the right side of the PC pane, select the song you would like to preview. 3. Click the Preview button or double-click the track to preview it in the lower half of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. If Sony Ericsson Media Manager cannot play the file, it attempts to start the player associated with the file type. You can use the transport controls at the bottom of the window to pause, resume, stop playback, skip to the previous or next track, and adjust the playback volume. Press and hold down Ctrl and double-click a song to preview it using the application associated with its file extension.
Transferring music to your phone
After adding folders and previewing your music, you are ready to transfer the files to your phone. Depending on your phone model, music is transferred to your phone in MP3 or AAC format. Other formats are re-encoded before transferring if your phone does not support them. You can choose the encoding setting from the Target drop-down list. Use the Music page in Settings mode to choose whether you want to encode to MP3 or AAC format and whether you want to transfer other supported audio formats without re-encoding. If your audio files contain metadata, the files are transferred to your phone using the artist and album metadata. For example, d:\my music\The Dorothy Heralds\100 Unnamed Things\05 Synergy.mp3 would appear on your phone system in Music\The Dorothy Heralds\100 Unnamed Things\Synergy. If your audio files do not contain metadata (such as artist and album information), the files are transferred to your phone using the album folder and file name from your PC. For example, d:\my music\Desktop\05 Gracie.mp3 would appear on your phone in Music\Desktop\05 Gracie if the file does not contain metadata.

To transfer music to your phone
1. Click the Music Mode tab. 2. In the tree view of the PC pane, choose the folder that contains the tracks you want to transfer by expanding and collapsing folders as necessary. Playlists (.m3u and.wpl) are included in the tree view in the PC pane. 3. In the list view of the PC pane, select the tracks you want to transfer. To select multiple tracks, press and hold down Ctrl or Shift. 4. From the Target drop-down list, choose the bit rate for transferred tracks, or choose Automatic to allow the software to determine the appropriate bit rate. When you choose Automatic, the software chooses the standard bit rate that most closely matches the bit rate of the original file. When you choose a lower bit rate you can fit more tracks on your phone by reducing the quality of the transferred files. Sony Ericsson Media Manager re-encodes the tracks for the transfer. 5. Click the Transfer to Phone button. The original audio track on your hard drive is not affected by the re-encoding process. Not all formats are supported by all phones. If your phone is not able to play transferred audio, try using a different Target setting. Do not disconnect the USB cable during file transfer as this may harm the phone memory or the memory card.
Before transferring tracks from an audio CD, the files are saved to your hard drive in the computer folder \My Documents\My Music\<Artist Name>\<Album Name>. You can choose a different folder on the CD Extract page in Settings mode. The status bar between the PC and Phone panes displays the space available on the selected phone or memory card and the file size of the selected audio tracks. The status bar adjusts according to the bit rate you choose, so it is helpful to monitor this information when making your selection:
The selected files are encoded if necessary and transferred to the phone. If there is not enough free space available for the selected tracks, a warning message is displayed that not all files may be transferred. Click the OK button to proceed and transfer the tracks that fit on your phone. The remaining files stay in the transfer queue and are transferred the next time you connect your phone (if you delete files to make room for them). You can also click the Cancel button.

Shuffle tracks to fill your phone
You can choose to have Sony Ericsson Media Manager select a random collection of tracks from your music library, shuffle their order and display them in a Shuffle Results folder. You can then edit the contents of the Shuffle Results folder before transferring the tracks to your phone or memory card. Use the Reserve space control on the General Settings page in Settings mode to specify how much of your phone's memory you want to make available for saving media files. For example, if you choose 10% from the Reserve space drop-down list, Sony Ericsson Media Manager can fill all but 10% of the memory in your phone.
To shuffle tracks to fill your phone
1. Click the Music Mode tab. 2. Select a folder in the PC pane. Music in the selected folder (and all subfolders) is used to shuffle tracks. 3. Click the Shuffle button and choose a command from the drop-down list that appear. Sony Ericsson Media Manager shuffles and adds a random collection of songs from the selected location to the Shuffle Results playlist in the PC pane. 4. Sort the list or delete tracks as desired before transferring them to your phone or memory card. 5. Click the Transfer button. The selected files are encoded if necessary and transferred to the phone. The Shuffle button is not available if your phone's memory is full or if your phone is not connected via the USB cable.

Audio CD mode

Extracting audio from CD
You can extract tracks from your audio CDs and transfer them to your phone. The files are saved to your hard drive in the computer folder.\My Documents\My Music\<Artist Name>\<Album Name> folder (or.\Users\<Username>\Music\<Artist Name>\<Album Name> on Windows Vista). You can change the destination folder on the CD Extract page in Settings mode. Sony Ericsson Media Manager software is not intended and should not be used for illegal or infringing purposes, such as the illegal copying or sharing of copyrighted materials. Using Sony Ericsson Media Manager software for such purposes is, among other things, against United States and international copyright laws and contrary to the terms and conditions of the End User License Agreement. Such activity may be punishable by law and may also subject you to the breach remedies set forth in the End User License Agreement.
To extract audio from a CD and transfer to your phone

1. 2. 3. 4. Click the CD Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. Insert an audio CD in your drive. Sony Ericsson Media Manager automatically displays the list of tracks. To manually refresh CD information, click the Look Up MusicID button at the top of the PC pane. Select the tracks you want to extract. To select multiple tracks, press and hold down Ctrl or Shift. Tracks that have already been extracted are displayed in bright text and tracks that have not been extracted are dimmed.
5. From the Target drop-down list, specify the audio bit rate you want. 6. Click the Transfer to Phone button. The selected files are extracted from CD, converted to MP3 or AAC format and transferred to your phone. To change the file type used for CD extraction, use the File Type drop-down list on the CD Extract page in Settings mode. To create a smaller file for your phone, you can use a lower bit rate. Higher bit rates give better quality music, but also create larger file sizes, so you will fit fewer tracks on your phone. The Size column displays the approximate size of each track when encoded using the selected bit rate.
To extract audio from a CD when your phone is not connected
1. Click the Extract Music Tracks button at the top of the CD Audio tab. 2. The selected files are extracted from a CD, converted to MP3 or AAC format.

SensMe music analysis

SensMe is a new technology that enhances music tracks with additional metadata such as mood (happy, sad and so on), beats per minute or chords. When you browse and listen to music in your phone, SensMe shows you a navigation window with two axes: moods and beats per minute. SensMe information is always added to tracks that you extract from CD.
To perform SensMe music analysis when music is encoded during a transfer
1. Click the Settings tab. 2. Click the Music button on the left side of the window. 3. Select the check box Perform SensMe music analysis when music is transferred.

To analyze the MP3 music files in your music folders
1. Click the Settings tab. 2. Click the Music button on the left side of the window. 3. Click the SensMe Music Analysis button to analyze the MP3 music files in your music folders and add SensMe metadata to the files.

Photo mode

You can manage photos on your computer and phone.
To view photos on the computer
1. Click the Photo Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. On the left side of the PC pane, select the folder that contains the photos you want to preview. The contents of the selected folder are displayed on the right side of the PC pane. 3. Click the Preview button or double-click a photo to preview it in the lower half of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. If Sony Ericsson Media Manager cannot play the file, it will attempt to start the player associated with the file type. 4. If you select multiple photos, they are displayed in a slideshow. You can adjust the slideshow speed on the Photo page in Settings mode. 5. Press and hold down Ctrl and double-click a photo to preview it using the application associated with its file extension.
To view photos on your phone or memory card
1. Click the Photo Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Click Photos in the Phone pane. The photos currently on your phone are displayed on the right side of the Phone pane.

Video mode

You can manage videos on your computer and phone.
To view videos on the computer
1. Click the Video Mode tab. 2. On the left side of the PC pane, select the folder that contains the videos you want to preview. The contents of the selected folder are displayed on the right side of the PC pane. 3. Click the Preview button or double-click a video to preview it in the lower half of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. If Sony Ericsson Media Manager cannot play the file, it attempts to start the player associated with the file type. 4. You can use the transport controls at the bottom of the window to pause, resume, stop playback, skip to the previous or next video, adjust the playback volume, and toggle full-screen playback. 5. Press and hold down Ctrl and double-click a video to preview it using the application associated with its file extension.
To view videos on your phone or memory card
1. Click the Video Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Click Videos in the Video pane. The videos currently on your phone are displayed on the right side of the Phone pane.
Web feed (RSS media) mode
This mode allows you to subscribe to RSS 2.0 media feeds (podcasts, video blogs, etc) with enclosures and download files that you can transfer to your phone. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and it is a method of publishing files on the Web. It is also known as Web feeds. An RSS media feed is an XML document that can contain text and media enclosures (also called episodes). When you subscribe to a feed, you can choose to download the latest episodes automatically or manually, and you can then play the episodes on your computer or on your phone.

Subscribing to Web feeds (RSS media)
You can subscribe to feeds from a number of places: You can use the feeds directory in the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window (a quick list of feeds you can choose from). You can add feeds that you find on the Web, or you can add files from an existing RSS aggregator.
To subscribe to a feed from the Sony Ericsson Media Manager feed directory
1. Click the RSS Feed Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Click the Directory button at the top of the PC pane. The available feeds are displayed on the right side of the PC pane. 3. Navigate the feed directory and select a feed. Information about the selected feed is displayed. 4. Click the Subscribe button. The feed is added to the My Feeds folder in the Tree view.
To subscribe to a feed using a specific URL
1. Click the RSS Feed Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Click the Add Feed button and choose Add Feed from the menu. The Add Feed dialog is displayed. 3. In the Enter the Feed's URL box, type the location of the feed. You can also drag a link from a browser window to the My Feeds list in the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 4. Click the OK button.
Downloading and transferring feeds to your phone
When you click the Refresh button, Sony Ericsson Media Manager checks for new episodes, downloads them, and transfers them to your phone. If your phone is not connected, or if you have selected a memory card that is not available, the episodes are added to a queue and are transferred the next time you connect your phone.
To refresh Web feeds (RSS feeds)
1. Click the RSS Feed Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. In the PC pane, select the feed you want to refresh, or select the My Feeds folder to refresh all subscribed feeds. 3. Click the Refresh button. The latest episodes are downloaded and transferred to your phone if it is connected to your computer. Depending on the type of content, the media appears in a folder under Music, Photos, or Videos in the Phone pane.
To manually transfer episodes to your phone
1. Click the RSS Feed Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Select a feed from the Subscribed feeds list. 3. In the list view, select the episodes you want to transfer. To select multiple feeds, press and hold down Ctrl or Shift. 4. Click the Transfer to Phone button. The latest episodes are downloaded and transferred to your phone. Episodes that have already been downloaded are displayed in bright text and episodes that have not been downloaded are dimmed.

Depending on the type of content, the media appears in a folder under Music, Photos, or Videos in the Phone pane.

Backup mode

You can back up the files on your phone to a folder on your computer, or restore previously backed-up files to your phone. Media files that contain digital-rights-management (DRM) protection may not play after being backed up to your computer or restored to your phone. Before deleting DRM-protected media from your phone, check with the media provider that you can back up and restore the media.
Backing up files from your phone
In Backup mode, the PC pane displays backup versions of the files from the phone memory. Backup files are stored on your computer in a backup location specific to the current memory card:.\My Documents\Phone Backup\<memory card volume name> (or.\Users\<Username>\Documents\Phone Backup\<memory card volume name> in Windows Vista). You can change the destination folder on the General page of the Settings panel.
To back up individual files
1. Click the Backup Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. On the left side of the Phone pane, navigate to the location you want in the phone memory by expanding and collapsing folders as necessary. 3. On the right side of the Phone pane, select the file you want to back up. To select multiple files, press and hold down Ctrl or Shift. 4. Click the Transfer to PC button between the Phone and PC panes. The selected files are transferred to your computer and can be viewed in the PC pane. You can also drag files from the Phone pane to the PC pane.

To back up all files

1. Click the Backup Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Click the Back Up All button in the PC pane. All files from your phone are transferred to your computer and can be viewed in the PC pane.

Restoring backup files

If you accidentally delete a file from your phone or want to use an earlier version of a file, you can restore the backup file from your computer.
To restore individual backup files to your phone
1. Click the Backup Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. On the left side of the PC pane, navigate to the location that you want by expanding and collapsing folders as necessary. 3. On the right side of the PC pane, select the file(s) you would like to restore. To select multiple files, press and hold down Ctrl or Shift. 4. Click the Transfer to Phone button between the Phone and PC panes. The selected files are transferred to your phone, overwriting any existing versions. You can view the restored files in the Phone pane. You can also drag files from the PC pane to the Phone pane.
To restore all backup files to your phone
1. Click the Backup Mode tab at the top of the Sony Ericsson Media Manager window. 2. Click the Restore All button in the PC pane. All backup files for the current volume are transferred to your phone, overwriting any existing versions. You can view the restored files in the Phone pane.

Troubleshooting

This information may be helpful if you have any problems using Sony Ericsson Media Manager.
The list of connected phones or memory cards is incorrect
Reset Sony Ericsson Media Manager completely. Press and hold down Ctrl + Shift when you start Sony Ericsson Media Manager. You can also go to the General page under Settings and click Restore all settings to default button.
The list of music folders on the computer is incorrect
SensMe information is not added to music tracks
SensMe analysis may not work on all music file types. Try analysing a different music file type.
SensMe information is not presented in the phone
SensMe technology is only available if your phone supports it.
The phone cannot play a transferred music track
Not all formats are supported by all phones. If your phone is not able to play transferred audio, try using a different Target setting.
Trademarks and acknowledgements
The Liquid Identity logo and SensMe are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. Ericsson is a trademark or registered trademark of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson. Gracenote and Gracenote Mobile MusicID are trademarks of Gracenote, Inc. Microsoft Windows, Windows Vista, Microsoft Media Player are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. QuickTime is a trademark or a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., used under license therefrom. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. Sony is a trademark or registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Bluetooth is a trademark or a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc. and any use of such mark by Sony Ericsson is under license.
This Getting started guide is published by: Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, SE-Lund, Sweden Phone: +00 Fax: +00 www.sonyericsson.com Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2008. All rights reserved. You are hereby granted a license to download and/or print a copy of this document. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. First edition (May 2008) Publication number: 1208-6308.1
This document is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, without any warranty*. Improvements and changes to this text necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB at any time and without notice. Such changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions of this document. Printed versions are to be regarded as temporary reference copies only. *All implied warranties, including without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are excluded. In no event shall Sony Ericsson or its licensors be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any nature, including but not limited to lost profits or commercial loss, arising out of the use of the information in this document.

 

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