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User guide

SmartBand SWR10

Contents

Basics.............................................................................................3 Introduction.......................................................................................3 Hardware overview........................................................................... 3 Charging your SmartBand................................................................ 3 Assembly...........................................................................................4 Turning your SmartBand on and off.................................................4

Setting up your SmartBand.......................................................... 6 Preparing to use your SmartBand....................................................6 Reconnecting your SmartBand.........................................................7 Day mode and night mode...............................................................7 Resetting your SmartBand............................................................... 8

Settings for your SmartBand........................................................ 9 Using the SmartBand application.................................................... 9 Auto night mode...............................................................................9 Notifications.................................................................................... 10 SmartBand alarm............................................................................ 10 Out-of-range alert notifications...................................................... 11 Incoming call notifications.............................................................. 12 Controlling applications from your SmartBand.............................. 12

Logging your activities using the Lifelog application.................13 Using the Lifelog application.......................................................... 13 Setting goals....................................................................................15 Logging your sleep with your SmartBand...................................... 15 Creating life bookmarks.................................................................. 15

Important information................................................................. 17 Legal information............................................................................ 17

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Basics

Introduction Your SmartBand is designed to be worn on your dominant wrist and connects to your Android device to help you keep track of your daily activities. Via the Lifelog application on your Android device, you can synchronise data with your SmartBand to see how many steps you've taken, check how you've slept, and much more. The SmartBand also has a vibrate function which notifies you of alarms as well as incoming messages and calls. You can even use the SmartBand to control media playback on your Android device.

Even when its not connected to your Android device, your SmartBand collects information about your step count as well as data about your walking, running and sleeping, and life bookmarks. Your SmartBand can store this data for up to two weeks.

To use the SmartBand with your Android device, make sure that the software version of your Android device is Android 4.4 or later and that your Android device supports the Bluetooth 4.0 low energy standard. Also, remember that you need an active Internet connection to synchronise data between your SmartBand and Android device.

Hardware overview

1 Wristband

2 Power key cover

3 Power key

4 Notification light A

5 Notification light B

6 Notification light C

7 Core

8 Micro USB port

9 NFC detection area

Charging your SmartBand Before using your SmartBand for the first time, you need to charge it for approximately 30 minutes. Sony chargers are recommended.

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To charge your SmartBand

1 Plug one end of the USB cable into the charger or into the USB port of a computer.

2 Plug the other end of the cable into the Micro USB port of your SmartBand.

Battery notification light status

Notification light A flashes continuously The battery is charging and is not yet fully charged

Notification light A is on The battery is fully charged

To check the battery level of your SmartBand

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand.

Low battery level notification When your SmartBand is on and the battery level is less than 5%, your SmartBand emits two short vibrations and a popup window in the SmartBand application notifies you that your SmartBand is running out of battery.

Assembly

To assemble your SmartBand

1 Select the wristband that best suits you. 2 Insert the core into the wristband in such a way that the power key is

inserted underneath the power key cover.

Turning your SmartBand on and off

To turn on your SmartBand Press and hold down the power key until your SmartBand vibrates.

When turning on your SmartBand for the first time, it automatically enters pairing mode and notification light A flashes until your SmartBand is connected to a device.

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To turn off your SmartBand Press and hold down the power key until all notification lights are on

simultaneously and then turn off one by one.

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Setting up your SmartBand

Preparing to use your SmartBand For your SmartBand to work, it must be connected to your Android device and the latest versions of the following applications must be installed on the Android device: Smart Connect, SmartBand application and Lifelog.

If you set up your SmartBand using NFC, you are guided during setup to Google Play, from where you can install the necessary applications to use with your SmartBand.

If you set up your SmartBand using Bluetooth, you have to go through some extra steps to install the necessary applications from Google Play and connect to your Android device.

The Smart Connect application is pre-installed on all Android devices from Sony Mobile at purchase. Make sure that you update it to the latest version.

After the SmartBand application is installed, it is not located on the Application screen. You can access it under Devices in the Smart Connect application after your SmartBand is connected to the Android device.

To set up your SmartBand using NFC

1 Make sure that your SmartBand is charged for at least 30 minutes. 2 Android device: Make sure you have installed or updated the Smart

Connect application to the latest version from Google Play. 3 Android device: Make sure that the NFC function is turned on and that the

screen is active and unlocked. 4 Place the Android device over your SmartBand so that the NFC area of

each device touches the other, then follow the instructions on the Android device to install the SmartBand application and the Lifelog application. appears briefly in the status bar and permanently in the Notification panel when a connection with the SmartBand is active.

If you touch the NFC areas of each device to each other after all applications are installed and your SmartBand is on and connected, the Lifelog application starts automatically.

You can drag down the status bar to open the Notification panel and get quick access to the SmartBand application and the Lifelog application.

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To set up your SmartBand using Bluetooth

1 Make sure that your SmartBand has been charged for at least 30 minutes. 2 Android device: Make sure you have installed or updated the Smart

Connect application to the latest version from Google Play. 3 Start the Smart Connect application. 4 Turn on your SmartBand. 5 Android device: Turn on the Bluetooth function, then scan for Bluetooth

devices and select SWR10 in the list of available devices. 6 Follow the instructions to install the SmartBand application and the Lifelog

application. appears briefly in the status bar and permanently in the Notification panel when a connection with the SmartBand is active.

All applications required for the SmartBand to work are available on Google Play.

You can drag down the status bar to open the Notification panel and get quick access to the SmartBand application and the Lifelog application.

Reconnecting your SmartBand In cases where a connection gets lost, for example, when the connected Android device goes out of range, your SmartBand automatically performs a series of reconnection attempts. If no connection is found after a certain period, your SmartBand stops trying to reconnect. When this happens, you can use the power key to restart the reconnection attempts, or you can use NFC to reconnect the two devices.

To force restart reconnection attempts

Briefly press the power key.

To reconnect your SmartBand using NFC

1 Android device: Make sure that the NFC function is turned on and that the screen is active and unlocked.

2 Place the Android device over your SmartBand so that the NFC detection area of each device touches the other. appears briefly in the status bar and permanently in the Notification panel when a connection with the SmartBand is active.

You can drag down the status bar to open the Notification panel and get quick access to the SmartBand application and the Lifelog application.

Day mode and night mode Your SmartBand has two primary modes: day mode and night mode. Each mode is indicated by different notification light patterns. In day mode, your SmartBand vibrates to notify you of alarms and incoming messages and calls. And it logs data about your activities, such as steps you've taken and hours youve walked or run. In night mode, the SmartBand logs your sleep and can wake you up if you've set an alarm. All other functions are turned off.

Mode Notification light pattern

Day mode Notification lights illuminate one by one, then all lights go out.

Night mode The notification lights alternate between one lit and two lit lights.

To check the mode of your SmartBand Briefly press the power key. The notification lights blink according to the light

pattern for day or night mode.

To switch between day mode and night mode Press and hold down the power key for two seconds.

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Resetting your SmartBand Reset your SmartBand if it behaves unexpectedly or if you want to connect it to a new device.

To reset your SmartBand

1 Turn off your SmartBand. 2 Press and hold down the power key until notification light A starts flashing.

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Settings for your SmartBand

Using the SmartBand application You can view and change settings for your SmartBand from the SmartBand application, which can be accessed under Devices in the Smart Connect application.

1 Turn the auto night mode function on or off. Set the time period during which auto night mode operates.

2 Turn the notifications function on or off. Select which notifications to forward to your SmartBand.

3 Turn the smart wake up function on or off. Add, edit or delete smart wake up alarms.

4 Enable alarm notifications from Xperia devices.

5 Turn the out-of-range function on or off.

6 Turn incoming call notifications on or off.

7 Select an application to be controlled by your SmartBand. Search, download and install new applications from Google Play.

8 Read tips about your SmartBand.

Auto night mode You can set your SmartBand to switch automatically from day mode to night mode at a selected time and for a selected period. Auto night mode only becomes active if no movement is detected by your SmartBand at the pre-set activation time. If you are still moving around, then it waits until you stop moving. Likewise, in the morning, day mode may become active up to an hour before the pre-set end time for night mode if movement is detected. If the pre-set end time is reached without any movement being detected, the SmartBand stays in night mode and only goes into day mode when movement is detected.

To turn on the auto night mode function

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Drag the slider besides Auto night mode to the right.

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To set a time interval for automatic night mode

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Auto night mode. 4 Adjust the settings for time interval, then tap Set. 5 Tap Done.

Notifications All notifications that appear in the status bar on a connected Android device can be forwarded to your SmartBand. When there is an incoming notification, your SmartBand vibrates once and notification light A flashes every six seconds. Use the SmartBand application to select which notifications to forward to your SmartBand.

To turn on the notifications function

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Drag the slider besides Notifications to the right. 4 If you are turning on the notifications function for the first time, follow the

instructions that appear on the screen to give the SmartBand application access to your notifications.

To select which notifications to forward to your SmartBand

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Notifications. 4 In the list that appears, mark or unmark the desired options.

SmartBand alarm Your SmartBand has two different alarm functions. One is the regular alarm function, which only works when your SmartBand is connected to an Xperia device. The other is the smart wake up function, which wakes you up when you have reached a state of light sleep, so you feel refreshed.

Alarm notifications from an Xperia device Your SmartBand vibrates when pre-set alarms go off on a connected Xperia device.

To enable alarm notifications from an Xperia device

1 From the Home screen of your Xperia device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Mark the Alarm checkbox.

To snooze an alarm when it vibrates Press the power key.

Smart wake up You can set one or several smart wake up alarms in the SmartBand application. Smart wake up alarms wake you up at the best time based on your sleep cycle. They notify you with a vibrating alert. The Smart wake up function uses sleep data from your SmartBand over a pre-set time period to wake you up when you reach a state of light sleep.

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For example, if you set a smart wake up alarm for 06:30 07:00 and your SmartBand is in night mode, it wakes you up sometime between 06:30 and 07:00 when you reach a state of light sleep. If you do not reach a state of light sleep during this period, the smart wake up alarm wakes you up at 07:00. If your SmartBand is in day mode, the alarm alerts you at 07:00.

To add a smart wake up alarm

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Smart wake up, then tap . 4 Tap Time, then scroll up or down to adjust the setting and tap Set. 5 Tap Repeat, then mark the days for the alarm recurrence and tap OK. 6 Tap Wake up interval, then select an option. 7 Tap Done.

To edit an exiting smart wake up alarm

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Smart wake up, then tap the alarm that you want to set. 4 Tap Time, then scroll up or down to adjust the setting and tap Set. 5 Tap Repeat, then mark the days for the alarm recurrence and tap OK. 6 Tap Wake up interval, then select an option. 7 Tap Done.

To delete a smart wake up alarm

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Smart wake up, then touch and hold the alarm that you want to delete. 4 Tap , then tap Yes.

To turn on a smart wake up alarm

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Smart wake up, then drag the slider beside the smart wake up alarm

that you want to activate to the right.

To turn off a smart wake up alarm when it vibrates Press the power key.

Out-of-range alert notifications You can receive a notification when you leave your Android device behind by turning on the out-of-range alert notification function. Your SmartBand then notifies you with three short vibrations when the distance between your SmartBand and the connected Android device becomes too great and causes a disconnection.

To turn on the out-of-range alert notification function

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Mark the Out-of-range alert checkbox.

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Incoming call notifications Your SmartBand notifies you with continuous vibrations when a call is coming in.

To turn on the incoming call notification function

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Mark the Incoming call checkbox.

To mute the ringtone for an incoming call Briefly press the power key on your SmartBand.

Controlling applications from your SmartBand You can control a selected application on the connected Android device using your SmartBand. For example, if you have selected the Media player, you can control media playing on the connected Android device using your SmartBand.

To select an application to control using your SmartBand

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Smart Connect.

2 Tap Devices > SmartBand > SmartBand. 3 Tap Applications, then tap the item under SELECT APPLICATION. 4 Select an option, then tap Done.

To control media playback on your Android device from your SmartBand

1 Make sure that your SmartBand is connected to your Android device. 2 Select Media player as the application that can be controlled through your

SmartBand. 3 Press the power key. 4 To play or pause the media file, tap the SmartBand once. To go to the next

media file, tap twice. To go to the previous media file, tap three times. 5 To deselect the Media player as the application controlled by your

SmartBand, press the power key or wait for 15 seconds without touching the SmartBand (to allow the application to be deselected automatically).

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Logging your activities using the Lifelog application

Using the Lifelog application The Lifelog application records your physical, social and entertainment activities. For example, you can see if youve been walking or running and how you communicate with your friends. You can also see what pictures you took and what music you listened to. To start using the Lifelog application, you need to download it from Google Play and then set up an account.

The statistics that the Lifelog application generates from your physical activities, for example, walking distance and calorie count, are based on the height and weight data you provide. Results may vary from user to user.

1 Show all logged activities and life bookmarks

2 View detailed information about a life bookmark

3 View information about application usage

4 View all logged activities since the start of the day

5 Add a life bookmark

6 View menu options

7 Physical activities log

8 View all logged activities for the selected day

9 Switch between dashboard and map view

10 Activities dashboard

To set up an account for the Lifelog application

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Lifelog.

2 Follow the instructions that appear on the screen and accept the terms and conditions.

3 Create a new account or select to use an existing one. Sony PlayStation Network accounts can also be used.

4 Follow the instructions that appear on the screen to create a Lifelog account.

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To log in to the Lifelog application

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Lifelog.

2 Follow the instructions that appear on the screen and accept the terms and conditions.

Adjusting the stride length for walking and running The Lifelog application uses the number of steps you have taken and your stride length to calculate the distance you have walked or run. The automatic stride length used by default is based on your gender and height. If you feel that the distances measured by the Lifelog application are not accurate enough, you can adjust your stride length.

To adjust the stride length for walking

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Lifelog.

2 Tap > Settings > Profile. 3 Find and tap Stride length. 4 Unmark the Automatic checkbox if it is marked, then scroll up or down to

adjust the setting and tap Set.

To adjust the stride length for running

1 From the Home screen of your Android device, tap , then find and tap Lifelog.

2 Tap > Settings > Profile. 3 Find and tap Running stride length. 4 Unmark the Automatic checkbox if it is marked, then scroll up or down to

adjust the setting and tap Set.

Activity box overview

1 View all logged life bookmarks

2 View your sleep hours and check the quality of your sleep based on the information collected

3 View the amount of active calories that you have burned while exercising and the passive calories that you have burned while not exercising

4 View the time you have spent using communication applications from Google Play and some other applications such as the Phone and the Messaging applications from Sony

5 View the number of steps you have taken and logged in the Lifelog application

6 View how many photos you have taken

7 View the total time you have spent walking for longer than just a few steps

8 View the time you have spent listening to music using applications from Google Play and some other applications such as the "WALKMAN" application

9 View the total time you have spent running with a high steps-per-minute ratio for longer than just a few steps

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10 View your total time spent watching movies, TV shows and other video content using applications from Google Play and some other applications

11 View your total time spent browsing while using applications from Google Play and some other web browsers

12 View your total time spent reading books or comics using applications from Google Play and some other applications

13 View your total time spent playing games using applications from Google Play and PlayStation Store

Activity overview

1 Show data in a day, week, month or year view

2 Show your current goal status

3 Show the current activity in different units

4 Show the amount of activity using the chosen unit type

5 Details about your activity

Setting goals Set goals for activities in your daily life, for example, the number of steps to take or the amount of calories you want to burn.

To set a goal

1 In the Lifelog application, tap the activity that you want to set a goal for. 2 Tap DAY, then find and tap . 3 Scroll up or down to adjust the value for your goal, then tap SET.

Logging your sleep with your SmartBand Your SmartBand can log the hours you sleep, as well as the status for light sleep, deep sleep and your awake time during sleep hours to help you understand your sleep quality. The data that your SmartBand tracks is logged in the Lifelog application. In order to log sleep data, SmartBand must be in night mode.

To view your sleep data In the Lifelog application, tap Sleep from the Activities dashboard.

Creating life bookmarks Use your SmartBand to create life bookmarks. Life bookmarks save information about time and locations, and help you remember special occasions. For location data to be gathered, you must have an active Internet connection.

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To create a life bookmark using the Lifelog application

1 In the Lifelog application, tap . 2 Follow the on-screen instructions. 3 If necessary, add text notes, then tap OK.

To create a life bookmark using your SmartBand

1 Make sure that your SmartBand is turned on and in day mode. 2 Press the power key twice to log the place and time. 3 Connect your SmartBand to your Android device. If necessary, add notes to

the bookmark using the Lifelog application.

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Important information

Legal information

Sony SWR10

Prior to use, please read the Important information leaflet separately provided.

This User guide is published by Sony Mobile Communications AB or its local affiliated company, without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this User guide necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Sony Mobile Communications AB at any time and without notice. Such changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions of this User guide. All rights reserved. 2014 Sony Mobile Communications AB. Interoperability and compatibility among Bluetooth devices varies. Device generally supports products utilizing Bluetooth spec. 1.2 or higher, and Headset or Handsfree profile. Sony is the trademark or registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Bluetooth is the trademark of the Bluetooth (SIG) Inc. and is used under license. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved. All product and company names mentioned herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. Visit www.sonymobile.com for more information. All illustrations are for illustration only and may not accurately depict the actual accessory.

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Declaration of Conformity We, Sony Mobile Communications AB of

Nya Vattentornet

SE-221 88 Lund, Sweden

declare under our sole responsibility that our product

Sony type RD-0070

and in combination with our accessories, to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the appropriate standards EN 300 328:V1.8.1, EN 301 489-17:V2.2.1, EN 301 489-3:V1.4.1, and EN 60 950-1:2006 +A11:2009 +A1:2010 following the provisions of, Radio Equipment and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment directive 1999/5/EC.

Lund, November 2013

Pr Thuresson, Quality Officer, SVP, Quality & Customer Services

FCC Statement 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. Any change or modification not expressly approved by Sony may void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

AVISO IMPORTANTE PARA MXICO La operacin de este equipo est sujeta a las siguientes dos condiciones: (1) es posible que este equipo o dispositivo no cause interferencia perjudicial y (2) este equipo o dispositivo debe aceptar cualquier interferencia, incluyendo la que pueda causar su operacin no deseada. Para consultar la informacin relacionada al nmero del certificado, refirase a la etiqueta del empaque y/o del producto.

Industry Canada Statement This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Avis dindustrie Canada Le prsent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorise aux deux conditions suivantes:(1) l'appa

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