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User reviews and opinions
|woody jones||4:20pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|I do quite a bit of traveling and used to have a PDA and a phone. The Kyocera 7135 combines the two and does everything very nicely. I do quite a bit of traveling and used to hav... full featured PDA ; easy to use bulky and heavy|
|passddd||7:11pm on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|you can check your email...and palm and phone in one battery, keypad, memory, speed, in general everything|
|rax369||3:47am on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010|
|Smartphone with potential greatness HUGE, poor battery life, buggy, poor design for easy use.|
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Where to get more information
To learn about the many features of your Kyocera 7135 smartphone as quickly as possible, your product package includes these documents.
User GuideThe 7135 User Guide gives a quick tour of the phones major features. It identifies all icons, buttons, and controls and explains how to use both phone and organizer features. As you explore, youll notice there are many ways to use your phone. Each procedure begins with a graphic telling you whether the phone should be on or not. Reference GuideThis guide contains detailed information about the Kyocera 7135 smartphone and its applications. To view the guide, insert the CD-ROM in your computer and select the PDF file. You can read and search through the guide on your computer or print it out.You can also download the latest versions of all phone documentation at www.kyocerasmartphone.com. User Guide LibraryThis library of user guides contains detailed information about many of
the applications available for your Kyocera 7135 smartphone. To view these guides, insert the CD-ROM into your computer and click User Guides Library. Select a guide by clicing on it. You can read and search through the guides or print selected pages. The latest versions of the guides are available at www.kyocerasmartphone.com.
Where to go next
Your Kyocera 7135 smartphone can be configured to your individual taste using the phone and PDA preferences screens. Your choices range from selecting ringer sounds to configuring the phone for use on a network.
Your Kyocera 7135 Smartphone is capable of connecting wirelessly to network services for email and Internet access. To make these connections, your service provider must offer digital data coverage in your area. In most cases, if you have purchased data coverage, your Kyocera 7135 Smartphone has already been configured for network services. The network settings are entered for you by your service provider. If your phone is not correctly configured, contact your service provider for the correct settings to enter yourself. For details about network settings, see Chapter 10Setting Up Network Connections.
1. Perform a HotSync operation on the new device, giving it a new user name. This user name must be unique and different from the first device. 2. Launch the Palm Desktop for the 7135 Smartphone. 3. In the upper right-hand corner, open the drop-down list of existing user names. Use this list to toggle between the user name of the device with the old information and the user name of the new device. 4. In the Address Book, To Do List, or Memo List on the computer, highlight the information to be copied.
To select a sequential group of records, hold down the Shift key while you select them. To select a group of nonsequential records, hold down the Control key while you select them.
5. Right click on any part of the highlighted item(s). Select Copy from the pop-up menu. 6. From the list of users, select the new user name. Open the appropriate application (Address Book, To Do List, or Memo List). 7. Right click on a blank part of the application. Select Paste from the pop-up menu. 8. Repeat steps 47 for all of the other records and applications.
Note: You cannot copy categories; the categories must be recreated on the new device. It is a good idea to create them ahead of time to simplify the copy and paste process. Date Book events cannot be copied by category.
9. Perform a HotSync operation with the new device and new user name. All of the information will be transferred over.
To copy data using Windows Explorer
The data transfer method is a more advanced method requiring you to move files in Windows Explorer. Do not try this method unless you are familiar with moving files in a Windows environment.
1. Perform a HotSync operation on the new device, giving it a new user name. This user name must be unique and different from the first device. 2. If the Palm Desktop for the 7135 Smartphone is open, close it. 3. Open the Windows Explorer. Navigate to the Palm Desktop for the 7135 Smartphone directory. By default, this directory is C:\Palm. 4. Locate the folder with the name of the original Palm device. Copy the contents of the folder into another directory or onto the Desktop for safekeeping.
This step makes a duplicate of the files in case a problem occurs.
Troubleshooting HotSync operations
5. Go back to the folder with the name of the original Palm device. Copydo not movethe contents into the folder with the name of the new device. 6. Launch the Palm Desktop for the 7135 Smartphone. All of the data from the older device should be located under the new user name 7. Perform a HotSync operation with the new device and new user name. All of the information will be transferred to the new device.
The HotSync operation fails to start s Make sure your computer is turned on, and that it does not shut down automatically as part of an energy-saving feature.
Tap here to make an event private.
4. Tap the Private check box. 5. Tap OK to return to the Date Book screen.
You can easily set up repeating events such as weekly meetings or birthdays. After you enter a repeating event, appears to the far right of the event.
To schedule a repeating event
2. Enter a new event or tap anywhere on the text of an existing event you want to repeat. 3. Tap Details to open the Event Details dialog. 4. Tap Repeat to open the Change Repeat dialog.
Tap the Repeat box.
5. Tap Day, Week, Month or Year in the Change Repeat dialog.
6. In the Every line, write how frequently the event repeats. For example, if you select Week and enter 2, the event repeats every other week. 7. To specify an ending date, tap the 8. On the calendar, tap the end date. 9. Tap OK to activate your settings.
beside End. Tap Choose Date.
The calendar icon shows that this is a repeating event.
Considerations for repeating events
When you schedule or change a repeating event, be aware of the following:
If you change the start date, the Kyocera smartphone calculates the number of days you have moved the event and changes the end date to maintain the same duration. If you change the repeat type (for example, daily to weekly), a new repeating event is created. Past occurrences are not changed. If you change the date and apply the change to all occurrences, the new date becomes the start date of the repeating event. The end date is adjusted to maintain the same duration. If you change other repeat settings (such as time, alarm, or private) and apply the change to all occurrences, a new event is created. The start date is the day you made the changes. Past occurrences are not changed. If you make a change to one occurrence of a repeating event (such as time), that occurrence no longer shows the Repeat icon.
Deleting an event
There are three ways to delete an event from the Date Book application. If you are deleting a single event, you can use any of these three methods. If you are deleting a repeating event, two of the methods allow you to choose which occurrences of the event you want to remove.
To delete a single event
Use any of these methods:
Erase the text. Tap Delete in the Record menu. Tap Delete in the Event Details dialog.
To delete a recurring event Use either of these methods:
Tap Delete in the Record menu. Tap Delete in the Event Details dialog.
To delete an event by erasing the text
If you erase one instance of a recurring event, all instances of the event are removed.
2. Tap anywhere in the text area of the event you want to delete. 3. Drag the stylus through the text to highlight it. 4. Draw the backspace stroke
Change the Date Books appearance and the events that appear. Show Time Bars turns on time bars in the Day View. Time bars show the duration of events and illustrate event conflicts. Compress Day View controls how times appear in the Day View. If you remove the check mark, all time slots appear. If you check it, start and end times for each event appear, but blank time slots at the bottom of the screen disappear. Check any or all of the Month View Settings to show timed, untimed, or daily repeating events in the month view.
Search for a phone number and paste it into a Date Book event. See Looking up information on your phone on page 21. The Security menu allows you to hide or mask records placed in your date book. A password may be required to access these records.
About Date Book
Show version information for the Date Book application.
The Memos application provides a place to quickly jot down information. You can assign categories to these memos, beam them to other devices with infrared ports, and synchronize them to your computer. Once the memos have been synchronized to your computer, you can open them in the Palm Desktop for the 7135 Smartphone and in many word processors.
You can use your Kyocera 7135 smartphone to create several types of memos; including a text message, a freehand doodle, or a voice message. A memo can contain up to 4,000 characters. The number of memos you can store depends on how much free memory you have.
1. From the Applications screen, tap
to open Memos.
The Memos screen is displayed.
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2. Tap an existing memo to view it, or create a new memo by selecting one of the three options at the bottom-left corner of the screen.
Text - Select this to create a type-written message. Use your stylus in the Graffiti area or use the screen keyboard to write your message. Doodle - Select this to create a freehand message or drawing. Use the stylus to write in freehand directly on your phones screen.
You can also select a preformatted text message (as shown in screen example) by tapping the next to Insert and selecting a message.
7. Tap Send.
Message options The following options are available from the Outgoing Message screen:
Send - Sends the message immediately and saves it in your Text Out-Box. Save - Saves the message to your Saved folder. Cancel - Returns to the Out-Box. Options - Allows you to customize your outgoing message.
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Callback Number - Adds a callback number to the message. Request Receipt - Indicates when the message has been received. Priority - Marks the message Normal or Urgent. Schedule Date - Schedules date of delivery of the message. Schedule Time - Schedules time of delivery of the message.
To read a message
1. The first part of any text message appears on the Message List screen. To see the complete message, just tap the text. 2. If the message contains a URL (Web address), tap either the URL text or the icon to open the Web site.
Note: Your Kyocera 7135 Smartphone recognizes many different types of URLs, including Tel: (a URL format for phone numbers) and MailTo: (a URL format for e-mail addresses). Your phone follows these links and
opens other applications as identified in the URL.
To copy or save text
You may sometimes want to copy information from a message and use it in another message or a memo.
1. Tap the message to open it. To copy a portion of the message, highlight the text you want to copy. To copy the entire message, you do not need to highlight it. 2. Tap
to open the Messages menus. From the Message menu, tap any of the following:
Tap Copy to copy the highlighted portion of the message to the Clipboard. You can then paste it into another application. Tap Select All to copy the entire message. You can then paste it into another application.
3. Tap Done.
The messages you receive on your Kyocera 7135 Smartphone are kept until you erase them. The in-box can hold up to 200 messages. This does not count any messages moved to the Saved folder. Therefore, it is important to erase older messages periodically to free up space. You can erase messages manually or you can use the Auto-Erase feature to remove older messages automatically.
Your new entry is added to the bottom of the Speed Dial list. To reassign Speed Dial numbers, see To change Speed Dial numbers on page 5. If the phone number is not in your Address Book
1. Tap New Entry in the Add to Speed Dial dialog.
2. Using the stylus or the onscreen keyboard, enter the last name, first name, and phone number you want to put on the Speed Dial list. 3. Tap Add. 4. Tap OK at the confirmation message.
Making calls using Speed Dial
Important: You cannot initiate conference calls from the Speed Dial application. If your service
provider supports conference calls, you can initiate a three-way call by entering the numbers directly on the keypad or the Dialer.
To make a call from the Speed Dial list
3. Tap to select the number you want to call. 4. Tap Dial. 5. Tap End when your call is finished.
Editing the Speed Dial list
In the Speed Dial list, you can change the Speed Dial numbers, sort the entries in several different sequences, and move or resize the columns.
To change Speed Dial numbers
2. Tap Speed Dial
3. Tap the entry you want to change to a different number.
Chapter 11 Speed Dial
4. With the entry highlighted, tap Move.
5. Tap the To Location line and write the new speed dial number for this entry. 6. Tap Move. The entry is assigned the new number.
If the new number happens to be already assigned to different contact, you need to respond to the overwrite prompt.
7. Tap OK to overwrite and assign the new number.
To resort the Speed Dial list
2. Tap the Speed Dial 3. Tap
to open the Speed Dial menus.
4. Tap one of the following from the Options menu:
Sort by Name
Speed Dial entries are sorted in alphabetical order by the last name or company name of the entry. Speed Dial entries are sorted by how often each number appears in Call History (including both incoming and outgoing calls). The most frequently contacted numbers appear at the top of the list. All unused numbers within the Speed Dial list are removed.
Sort by Call Frequency
5. Tap OK in the Renumber confirmation dialog.
To change column size or arrangement in the Speed Dial list
Flow Ctl Init String
6. When you have finished, tap OK twice to return to the Connection Preferences screen.
To edit a connection
1. On the Connection Preferences screen, tap to highlight the connection you want to modify.
2. Tap Edit.
The options on the Edit screen vary depending on the type of connection you are modifying.
3. Change the settings as necessary. Tap pick list.
beside each field and make your selection from the
Select PC, Modem, or Local Network. Select Cradle/Cable, Infrared, Serial, USB HotSync, or Wireless. Select TouchTone or Rotary. Select high, medium, low, or off.
5. On the Details screen, edit the settings as necessary.
To delete a connection
You can delete any configuration you have created. You cannot delete the default configurations that are entered at the factory.
1. On the Connection Preferences screen, tap the configuration you want to delete.
Setting the Date and Time
2. Tap Delete.
3. To remove the configuration, tap OK.
3. Tap the pick list in the upper-right corner and select Date & Time.
To set the Date and Time
When you get your phone, it is synchronized to CDMA air time (whenever CDMA service is aquired).
1. If you want to adjust the date, time, and time zone yourself, tap the check box next to Manual Time Set. 2. Tap the Set Date box. Select the correct date. 3. Tap the Set Time box. Select the correct time, including AM or PM. 4. Tap the
below Set Time Zone. Select the correct time zone.
5. If your region is currently using Daylight Savings Time, put a check mark beside Daylight Saving.
Using the Digitizer
The Digitizer displays targets for you to tap. Using this input, it calibrates your screen.
To calibrate the screen
1. In the Preferences screen, select Digitizer from the pick list in the upper-right corner.
2. Tap the exact center of each target that appears on the screen.
If you do not tap the exact center, you are prompted to repeat the process.
Setting Format preferences
Use the Formats Preferences screen to set the format of dates, times, and numbers.
To open the Formats preferences screen
3. Tap the pick list in the upper-right corner and select Formats.
The country default sets date, time, week start day, and number conventions based on geographic regions. For example, in the United Kingdom, time is often expressed based on a 24-hour clock. In the United States, it is usually based on a 12-hour clock with an AM or PM suffix. All Kyocera smartphone applications use the Country default settings. You can, however, customize your preferences as described in Time, date, week start, and numbers formats below.
1. Open the General Preferences screen. 2. Tap On in the Beam Receive line. 3. To turn the beaming feature off, tap Off in the Beam Receive line.
To adjust the screen contrast
1. To adjust the contrast of the screen, open the General Preferences screen. 2. Tap Contrast. 3. Drag the slider bar left to decrease the difference between the light and dark portions of the screen, and drage the slider bar right to increase the difference between the light and dark portions of the screen. 4. Tap Done when finished.
To adjust the screen brightness
1. To adjust the contrast of the screen, open the General Preferences screen. 2. Tap Brightness. 3. Drag the slider bar left to make the screen lighter or right to make it darker. 4. Tap Done when finished.
Setting Network preferences
Use the Network preferences screen to set up Internet connections on your Kyocera smartphone.
To open the Network preferences screen
3. Tap the pick list in the upper-right corner and select Network.
To select a service
Use the Service setting to select the service template for your ISP or dial-in server. Service templates are a set of ISP and dial-in server configuration settings that you can create, save, and reuse.
2. Select the predefined service template you want to use from the pick list.
To enter your user name
The User Name setting identifies the name you use when you log into your ISP or dial-in server. Although this field can contain multiple lines of text, only two lines appear onscreen.
1. Tap the User Name field. 2. Write your user name using Graffiti or the on-screen keyboard.
Note: Most dial-in servers do not accept spaces in the username.
To enter your password
The Password box identifies the password you use to log into your ISP or dial-in server. Your entry in this field determines whether your smartphone prompts you to enter a password each time you log into your network.
If you do not enter a password, your handheld displays the word Prompt in this field and asks you to enter a password during the login procedure. If you enter a password, your handheld displays the word Assigned in this field and does not prompt you to enter a password during the login procedure.
The Password prompt appears.
2. Write your password using Graffiti or the on-screen keyboard. This is the password you use to log into your ISP or dial-in server. 3. Tap OK. The Network Preferences screen is displayed again.
Assigned now appears in the Password box.
Use the Connection setting to select the method you want to use to connect to your ISP or dial-in server. See Setting Connection preferences on page 161 for information about creating and configuring connection settings.
Capitalize the next letter:
Stroke up once on the graffiti pad with the stylus. The symbol appears and remains until you have entered the letter. Stroke up twice on the graffiti pad with the stylus. The symbol appears, and remains until you stroke up with the stylus again. Tap the graffiti pad once with the stylus. The symbol appears, and remains until you have entered the punctuation.
Capitalize every letter:
Note: If you have a lot of information to add about the item, you can attach a note, see page 179.
5. Tap anywhere on the screen to de-select the To Do item. If you begin to write in the Graffiti area without selecting a To Do item, a new item is automatically created.
To set a priority level for a To Do item
You can arrange the tasks in your To Do List based on their relative levels of importance. The default setting for the To Do List is to arrange items by priority and due date, with priority 1 items (most important) at the top.
3. Tap the Priority number on the left side of the To Do item.
Select the priority.
4. Tap the Priority number for this item. (1 is most important; 5 is least important.)
To check off a To Do item
3. Tap the check box to the left of the To Do item.
The check mark shows that this item has been completed.
You can set the To Do List to either show or hide the items that you have checked off (completed). You can also record the date you completed an item.
Setting Item Details
Use the To Do Item Details dialog to set or modify categories, to set due dates, or to delete To Do items.
To assign a priority or category to a To Do item
3. Tap anywhere on the text of an item in the To Do List. 4. Tap Details to open the To Do Item Details dialog.
5. To assign a priority to the To Do item, tap 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5. You can sort the To Do list in order by priority. 6. To assign a category to the item, tap the set up.
Command wordsCommand words are instructions to the phone such as Wake up, Yes, and
No. Once you have recorded these commands, you can instruct the phone to make voice calls. You must record these words using the Voice Dial application.
To put names in your Voice Book
to view the Applications screen. to open the Voice Dial application.
3. Make sure that Voice Book appears in the pick list in the upper-right corner. If it does not, tap and select Voice Book. 4. Tap New.
A list of all the names in your Address Book appears. If you have not entered names in the Address Book yet, seeCreating Address Book entries on page 69.
5. Select a name and tap Add. If there is more than one phone number, select the one you want to use and tap Add. 6. Follow the spoken instructions. When you hear Speak a name, speak the name. Repeat the name when you are instructed to do so.
To train the command words
to view the Applications screen. to open the Voice Dial application. in the upper-right corner and select Control Words from the pick list.
4. Tap the word or phrase you want to train. Then tap Train.
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Making and answering calls with Voice Dial
5. When you hear the voice prompt, speak the command word. Repeat it when you are instructed to do so. 6. Follow the instructions until the voice prompt says Training completed.
To make a call using voice commands
1. Connect a headset to the phone. 2. Activate voice dialing using one of the following methods:
If the phone is in the cradle or attached to external power, say Wake-up and wait for the beep. After the beep, say Wake-up again. If you prefer to use a different command than Wake-up, you can train the phone to respond to another word. If the phone is not in the cradle or attached to external power, press. The message Speak a name or press to redial appears on the screen. The voice prompt says Speak a name. If the phone recognizes the name from your Voice Book, the voice prompt says Calling [name] and places the call. If the phone does not recognize the name, the voice prompt says Did you say ______? and fills in the closest name match in your Voice Book. Answer Yes or No until the voice prompt speaks the correct name and places the call.
3. Speak the name of the person you want to call.
To answer a call using voice commands
1. Place the phone in the cradle or attach it to external power. 2. Connect a headset to the phone. 3. Make sure the phone is not set to vibrate instead of ringing. (See Setting Incoming Call preferences on page 152.) 4. Turn Auto-answer off. (See Setting Flip preferences on page 151.)
The phone doesnt recognize my handwriting. When you enter text with the stylus, you must use the Graffiti characters. See Writing with the stylus on page 28. Make the Graffiti character strokes in the Graffiti writing area, not on the display part of the screen. Make sure you are writing the strokes for letters in the left side, and the strokes for numbers in the right side of the Graffiti writing area. Make sure that Graffiti is not shifted into extended or punctuation modes. See Writing with the stylus on page 28. Recalibrate the screen. Choose Digitizer from the Preferences pick list and follow the directions. When I tap screen icons, the right application or feature does not open. Recalibrate the screen. Choose Digitizer from the Preferences pick list and follow the directions. Beaming does not function. Verify that the Beam feature is enabled (on the General Preferences screen). See Beaming information on page 66. Make sure the application you are using supports the Beam feature. Verify that the path between the two devices is clear of obstacles. Try using the Beam feature at different distances. The usual distance for beaming information is between five centimeters (approximately 2 inches) and one meter (approximately 40 inches). However, in some cases, you may find that greater distances work more effectively. When data is beamed at the smartphone, an out-of-memory message appears. The Kyocera 7135 smartphone requires at least twice the amount of memory available as the data you are receiving. For example, if you are receiving a 30K application, you must have at least 60K free. A message appears stating that the memory is full. Delete unused memos and records. If necessary, you can save these records on your computer using the Save Backup Copy option that appears in the Delete dialogs. If you have installed additional applications on your phone, remove them to recover memory.
I cant get email on my phone. To receive email wirelessly, you must have over-the-air digital data coverage in your area. Contact your service provider. If you do not have digital data coverage, you may still be able to transfer email between your computer and the Kyocera 7135 smartphone during synchonization. You must have a Palm OS email program loaded on your phone. Exact procedures depend on the email program you are using.
mail host MAPI menu MIME
NAM OTA password
PDA pick list point-to-point POP or POP3 PRC prefix
A term used to describe a data channel which connects twoand only twocomputers. Post Office Protocol, the Internet standard protocol for retrieving messages on a computer. An application that can be downloaded from a computer to a Palm device or Kyocera 7135 smartphone via a HotSync operation. The number you dial before the telephone number to reach an outside line.
protocol proxy real name
A set of rules followed by two computers when they communicate with one another. A software agent that acts on behalf of the user. The name assigned to your principal account in an electronic mail system. The real name is generally your first and last name. It appears in the From field of all your outgoing messages and identifies to your recipients who the mail is from. The email address at which you can be reached. Along with your real name, the return address appears in the From field of all your outgoing messages. It is usually in the following form: loginname@incomingmailserver Radio frequency Using telephone services outside of the area covered by your home service provider. The icon appears on the screen when the phone is roaming. The large key at the top of the Kyocera 7135 smartphone used to turn the backlight and screen display on and off. A file used by some communications programs to automate logging onto services such as email. A bar at the right border of a window whose contents are not completely visible. Each scroll bar contains two scroll arrows and a scroll box that you can tap to move through the contents of the window. A set of network configurations that you can create, save, and reuse. See Creating and using service templates on page 130. An input/output port used to connect serial devices, such as a mouse, external modem, or the Kyocera 7135 smartphone cradle, to a computer. The oval shaped key in the center of the top row of the keypad on your Kyocera 7135 smartphone. You move the navigator key up and down to scroll through lists. You press it in to make selections. The amount of radio frequency energy the phone is receiving, shown by the icon. Both weather and distance affect signal strength. The more bars (up to 4 as shown here), the stronger the signal. If there are no bars, calls may be disconnected. Short Message Service, a service that provides short text messages or pages sent by phone. The Messages application accepts SMS messages. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, the Internet standard protocol for sending electronic messages from one computer to another. A reset of the Kyocera 7135 smartphone that restarts the telephone features and Palm applications without erasing data.
data port, 6 data/fax mode defined, 136 setting up, 137 date setting due date in To Do List, 178
Date Book adding event, 89 beaming events, 100 commands in Options menu, 101 deleting events, 95 deleting note, 100 event conflicts, 98 features, 89 menus, 100 month view, 98 new event, 89 private events, 93 scheduling event for current day, 89 scheduling future event, 90 setting alarm, 92 setting preferences, 101 switching views, 96 untimed events, 91 week view, 97 defined, 125 deleting applications, 42 calls from Call History, 85 Date Book events, 95 event, 100 memo, 109, 110 note in Date Book, 100 Palm Desktop, 43 service template, 131 To Do item, 179 dial 1 before all numbers, 150 dialing keypad, 11 redial, 14 Speed Dial, 12 digital mode, 7, 24 digital service, 6 Digitizer, using, 165 DNS entering, 129 query DNS, 129 Domain Naming System, 129 driving safety, 197, 198 due date, setting in To Do List, 178
Edit menu, 35 editing memos, 107 To Do items, 177 email, 123 connecting to ISP, 17 ending calls, 19
entering text Graffiti, 28 on-screen keyboard, 27 entries assigning to categories, 36 attaching notes, 39 marking as private, 40 envelope icon, 7, 24 event adding new, 100 changing to untimed, 91 conflicts, 98 deleting, 95, 100 in week view, 97 private, 93 purging past events, 100 scheduling an untimed event, 91 scheduling for current day, 89 scheduling future event, 90 explosive areas, 197
hands-free answering calls, 18 setting up, 18 Voice Answer, 18 handwriting, problems, 191 hard pause, 72 headset jack, 6 hearing aid, using phone with, 197 help in Graffiti, 35 notes in the Palm Desktop directory, 187 online tips, 188 hold, putting caller on hold, 18 home area indicator, 7 home screen, 4 home service, 6 HotSync operation creating user profile, 58 customizing, 62 File Link, 59 infrared port, 54 local, 49 setup options, 60 synchronizing with data file, 59 troubleshooting, 65, 190 hyphens, automatically inserting in phone numbers, 151
fax putting phone in data/fax mode, 136 setting up data/fax mode, 137 File Link, 59 Find command, 22 finding text, 22 fonts, setting, 36 formats setting date and time formats, 166 setting number formats, 166
idle timeout, 128 infrared port beaming data, 66 synchronizing data with computer, 54 troubleshooting, 67, 191 Install Tool (Palm Desktop), 40 installing applications, 40 international characters Graffiti, 32 on-screen keyboard, 28 Internet connecting to, 17 IP address, 129, 200
Go to Date, 91 Graffiti accented characters, 32 alphabet, 28 capital letters, 30 concepts, 29 defined, 28 menu shortcuts, 35 navigation strokes, 33 numbers, 31 online help, 35 problems recognizing handwriting, 191 punctuation marks, 31 shortcuts, 33 symbols, 32 writing characters, 29 writing tips, 30
Modem Setup Guide for the Kyocera 7135 smartphone
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This manual is based on the production versions of the Kyocera 7135 smartphone. Software changes may have occurred after this printing. Kyocera reserves the right to make changes in technical and product specifications without prior notice. The products and equipment described in this documentation are manufactured under license from QUALCOMM Incorporated under one or more of the following U.S. Patents:
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Other patents pending.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the warranty and users authority to operate the equipment.
Use only Kyocera Wireless Corp. approved accessories with Kyocera Wireless Corp. phones. Use of any unauthorized accessories may be dangerous and will invalidate the phone warranty if the unauthorized accessories cause damage or defect to the phone.
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This guide helps you to set up your Kyocera 7135 on your computer as a Universal Serial Bus (USB) and a serial modem. With your HotSync cradle and drivers installed properly, you can use your Kyocera 7135 smartphone to synchronize with your computer. This will allow you to use your smartphone as a wireless modem. Additional software may be required to connect with your smartphone service provider.
Your Kyocera 7135 smartphone provides you with the convenience a of wireless connection wherever you are. When youre on vacation or business travel, its difficult to connect to the Internet using conventional methods. Many hotels provide a phone jack in their guest rooms to make a Dial-Up connection. Some actually provide an Ethernet jack to connect. Using your Kyocera 7135 smartphone with CDMA technology and a HotSync cradle, you now have the convenience of sending or receiving E-mail, surfing the Web, accessing work files, and more from anywhere you have digital data services.
1. You can use your Kyocera 7135 as a wireless modem by:
placing the phone in its cradle and connecting the cradle to your computers USB, or placing the phone in its cradle and connecting the cradle to your computers serial port, or using the optional USB data cable, or using the optional Serial Data cable.
2. You need to install modem drivers from the CD on your computer so your Kyocera
phone is a modem choice. Check with your smartphone service provider for additional requirements.
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If the USB drivers/modem is already installed, attempting to install again may remove the modem. If you have already installed these USB drivers from the CD-ROM that came with your phone, and you are using the phone as a wireless modem with the phone in the sync cradle, it is not necessary to install these drivers again. If you run the Install Wizard, you will see: `=~K=a==~=== ===~~=~=~===\ Select `~ if you do not wish to remove the application. If you mistakenly remove the application, simply install it again.
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During installation, modem drivers, also referred to as INF files, are automatically copied to your computer. Kyocera Wireless USB Modem will automatically be added to your modem list. Insert the CD into your computers CD-ROM drive (usually D:\ or E:\). Select=f~= m~=a, then select=f~=j=a. You will need a Kyocera HotSync cradle to connect your smartphone to your computer for use as a wireless modem. The Kyocera USB data cable is designed to connect your Kyocera 7135 smartphone to your computer through a USB port.
1. Place the smartphone desktop CD in your computers CD-ROM and click on f~=
j=a. The=f~=p=t~ will appear on your computer screen.
Installing the USB Drivers
2. The Modem driver files will load quickly to your computer. When complete, click
3. Connect the HotSync cradle to any available USB port on your computer. 4. Place your Kyocera 7135 in the cradle. 5. Go to the Palm Launcher screen and
click on the FaxModem icon. Your computer instantly starts detecting the Kyocera 7135 as a Modem.
6. Refer to Helpful hints to verify the
To power source
To computer Power outlet
kW It is not required, but you can charge the phone while transferring data to avoid data loss due
to a low battery. The data cable has a power outlet that can be used to charge the phone while the phone is connected to the data cable (shown above).
The following steps describe how to set up your Kyocera 7135 as a Serial Modem for the typical Windows 2000 environment.
1. Go to the `=m~K 2. Select m=~=j=lK 3. Click on the j=tabK 4. Click ^KKK=
Serial Modem Setup
The Install New Modem window appears.
5. If it is not already selected, select Dont detect my modem; I will select it from a
list and click kK=A list of manufacturers and models appears.
6. Select the Kyocera modem from the Manufacturers list and click k. You are then
asked to select the port(s) you want to install the modem on.
7. Select a COM port on which you want to install the device as a Serial Modem and
click k. You will be informed when the Kyocera Modem has been successfully installed.
8. You will then see a Windows alert for Digital Signature Not Found. Please ignore
this and click v to continue.
9. Click c. 10. You should now be able to see the Kyocera Modem listed under Modems tab.
Your computer may not recognize your USB cable until you perform your first synchronization. Follow the on-screen instructions. Install the USB drivers connecting your USB cable to your computer. If you connect the USB cable to your computer before installing the drivers, it may cause the drivers to be installed in an incorrect location on your computer. ^~ reboot your computer after installing USB drivers, adding a modem, or creating a dial-up networking connection. Make sure the phone is on and the HotSync cradle is firmly connected. kW=The FaxModem MUST be running on Kyocera 7135 for the verification of the installed drivers and the unistallation of the device.
1. From your desktop, right-click on j=` and choose m. 2. Select a=j~~ and select s===.
In the Modem section, a Kyocera device should appear. If not, the device has not been successfully installed.
1. From your desktop, right-click on j=` and choose m. 2. Select e~~ and then a=j~~.
1. Keep your device connected to the Windows 98 system. 2. Go to the Device Manager, highlight your USB device and click o. 3. Disconnect your USB device. 4. Go to C:\Windows\inf\directory and remove ~~K and K. 5. Go to C:\Windows\inf\Other and remove hvl`bo^=tfobibpp=`lomKK
1. Keep your device connected to the Windows 2000 system. 2. Go to the modem section of the Device Manager and highlight the USB modem. 3. Go to the ^ menu and highlight r~KKK 4. Disconnect your USB device. 5. Go to C:\Windows\inf\directory and browse through the oem*.inf files and find the
one belonging to the USB device.
6. Remove the OEMs mkc and fkc files.
The standard Microsoft USB Driver binary <usbser.sys> is required on Host PCs (Windows 98 and Windows 2000) for successful usage of USB. If this file is missing, it is likely that a Windows error message, Invalid Driver will appear. This can be found on the Windows 98 SE CD. For more information, please refer to: http://www.microsoft.com/hwdev/resources/hwservices/WDMmodem.asp.
This setup guide provides basic information on installing USB drivers and a USB cable for use with your Kyocera 7135 smartphone. Review the e=e=section above. If you do not find the information you are looking for, you may need to refer to your computers user manual for help setting up your modem connections, etc. Please read your Kyocera 7135 smartphone user guide to learn about the features and functions of your phone. For further assistance, contact the Kyocera Wireless Corp. Customer Care Center: Phone: (800) 349-4478 (toll-free in the U.S.A. and Canada only) or (858) 882-1401 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.kyocera-wireless.com Kyocera Wireless Corp., 10300 Campus Point Drive, San Diego, CA 92121 U.S.A.
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