Read Me.txt Driver File Contents (Signed_K300_modem_scripts.zip)

========================= PC Suite for K750, 750 and J300 =========================
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CONTENTS
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1.    System Requirements
2.    Supported Personal Information Managers (PIMS)
3.    Install/Uninstall
4.    USB Driver Software
4.1      DCU-11
4.2	 DSS-20 & DSS-25
4.3	 USB cable
5.    Configuration
5.1      Sync Settings
5.2      Firewalls
5.3      Configure Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 for PC Connect over Bluetooth
5.3.1       TDK Bluetooth USB Adaptor or TDK Bluetooth PC Card
5.3.2	    Xircom Wireless Bluetooth Adapter (CreditCard/RealPort2)
5.3.3       Toshiba built-in Bluetooth Modem
5.4      Configure Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 as Modem over Bluetooth
5.4.1	 TDK USB ADAPTOR OR TDK PC CARD
5.4.2	 Xircom Wireless Bluetooth Adapter (CreditCard/RealPort2)
6.    Mobile Networking Wizard over Bluetooth
7.    Install Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 Bluetooth Modem
8.    Modem/GPRS Using IR (Infrared)
8.1      Windows 2000 over IrDA
8.2      Windows ME over IrDA
8.3      Windows XP over IrDA
9.    Limitations
10.   Known Issues February 07, 2005


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1. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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The Sony Ericsson PC Suite is designed to work with Windows ME,
Windows 2000 SP3 or higher, Windows XP Home and Windows XP Pro.

The general system requirements are:

At least 120 MB free hard disk space.
Internet Explorer 5.0 or later has to be installed.

Windows ME: 64 MB RAM, 200 MHz
Windows 2000 with SP3: 64 MB RAM, 266 MHz
Windows XP Home: 128 MB RAM, 300 MHz
Windows XP Pro: 128 MB RAM, 300 MHz

The Operating Systems Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP Home and 
Windows XP Pro will allow Installation while older Operating Systems,
e.g. Windows 98 and Windows NT are blocked. 


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2. SUPPORTED PERSONAL INFORMATION MANAGERS (PIMS)
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The Sony Ericsson PC Suite is designed to work with the following PIMs:

Windows Address Book
Outlook 2000 SR-1 or higher
Outlook 2002
Outlook 2003


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3. INSTALL/UNINSTALL
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It is recommended that all Windows applications have been closed 
before the installation is started.

To repair a faulty installation launch the installation application
from the CD. Choose "Repair" in the next dialog. The original CD is
required to complete the repair. It is recommended to restart 
the computer before you do the repair.

To uninstall the software launch the installation application from
the CD. Choose "Remove" in the next dialog. The original CD is
required to complete the removal. It is recommended to restart 
the computer before you do the uninstallation.

To modify the installation launch the installation application from
the CD. Choose "Modify" in the next dialog. The original CD is
required to complete the modification.

Pressing SHIFT when the CD is inserted will temporarily disable the 
Autorun function.

For updates visit www.sonyericsson.com


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4. USB DRIVER SOFTWARE
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The CD contains driver software for DCU-11, DSS-20, DSS-25 and USB cable.

When the cable and phone are connected to the computer the Hardware
Wizard will start. Follow the wizard and give the path to the drivers.


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4.1 DCU-11 
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The driver software for DCU-11 is located in:
<CD/DVD UNIT>\Drivers\DCU-11 


To be able to get a connection between the Phone and the PC with the 
DCU-11 cable, you must configure the Mobile Phone Monitor to listen 
to the DCU-11 COM Port. 

1. Go to the Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager 

2. Open up the node Ports (COM & LPT), look which COM port the DCU-11
   is connected to. Remember that COM port number.

3. In the Control Panel start the Phone Monitor Option. Select the COM 
   Ports tab. 

4. In the COM Ports list, make sure that the DCU-11 COM port is enabled.

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4.2 DSS-20 & DSS-25
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The driver software for DSS-20 & DSS-25 is located in:
<CD/DVD UNIT>\Drivers\DSS-20 & DSS-25\

The PC Software has a default configuration to use this these cables.

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4.3 USB 
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The driver software for USB is located in:
<CD/DVD UNIT>\Drivers\USB Cable\

The PC Software has a default configuration to use this USB cable.

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5. CONFIGURATION
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5.1 SYNC SETTINGS
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Supported devices
This version of Sync Station supports the following devices:
V800-Vodafone 802SE, Z1010, K700i, K700c, F500i, K506c, K500i, 
K500c, K508i, K508c, Z500a, Z500c, S700i, S700c, J300, K750 and 750.

Before the first synchronisation, you have to configure the sync 
settings. You can choose which data types to sync: Contacts, 
Calendar, Tasks and Notes.

It is only possible to change "Sync Station Settings" while the phone
is connected. If you try to change settings, by right clicking on 
the "Sync Station" in the taskbar notification area, without the phone 
connected "Settings" will be greyed out.

Field matching between PIM and phone
Several Personal Information Managers (PIM) are supported on the 
computer. We will use Microsoft Outlook 2003 as an example when 
describing field matching between PIM and phone. The phone can only 
support a limited amount of information, and in the list below we show 
which fields that are supported. There is also a limitation on field 
lengths in the phone, therefore long field names will be truncated
when displayed in the phone.

	PIM (Outlook 2003)		Phone

* Data type: Contacts
	First name:			Name: (All characters up to 
        Last name:                            first space is taken 
                                              as first name in phone)
	Job title:			Title:
	Company:			Company:
	E-mail:				E-mail:
	Web page address:		Web address:
	Home phone:			Home number:
	Business phone:			Work number:
	Mobile phone:			Mobile number:
	Business fax:			Fax number:
	Other:				Other number:
	Business Street:		Street:
	Business City:			City:
	Business State/Province:	State:
	Business ZIP/Postal code:	Zip code:
	Business Country/Region:	Country:
	Description field:		Info:

* Data type: Calendar
	Subject:			Subject:
	Location:			Location:
	Start date & time:		Start date & time:
	End date & time:		End date & time:
	Reminder:			Reminder:
	Recurrence:			Recurrent appointment:
	Description field:		Description:

* Data type: Tasks
	Subject:			Subject:
	Due date:			Due date:
	Status:				Status: (limited support 
                                                 in phone)
	Priority:			Priority:
	Reminder:			Reminder:
	Description field:		Description:

* Data type: Notes
	Note:				Note:

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5.2 FIREWALLS
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No issues.


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5.3 CONFIGURE Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 FOR PC CONNECT OVER BLUETOOTH
    (SYNC, FILE TRANSFER ETC.)
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5.3.1 TDK BLUETOOTH USB ADAPTOR OR TDK BLUETOOTH PC CARD
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Preconditions: Bluetooth SW and HW installed. Sony Ericsson PC Suite
installed. Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows ME.

TDK Bluetooth SW version 1.3.2.19 is used for this description. 
If you are using another version it might work slightly different.

First you have to pair your phone with the computer. This only has to
be done once.

Phone:
1.  Go to Connectivity -> Bluetooth and select Turn on. 
    You can also give your phone a more personalised Bluetooth name.
    The name can be edit under Options.
2.  When finished tab the return key.
    A Bluetooth icon appears in the status bar on the phone.

Computer:
3.  Open My Bluetooth Place (Found on the desktop or the right menu
    in TDK Bluetooth icon in system tray).
4.  Double click on My Device.
5.  Right click on My Bluetooth Serial Port and select Properties. 
    Check which COM port is set. Remember this COM port.
6.  Open Phone Monitor Options found in the Control Panel.
7.  In the COM Ports tab make sure the COM Port you got from the
    step 5 is Enabled.  
8.  Close Phone Monitor Options.
9.  Go to My Bluetooth Place and double click on Find Bluetooth 
    Device (or Search for devices in range).
10. An icon will appear for each Bluetooth device found. Right click
    on the icon with the name you have given your phone and select
    Pair Device.
11. Type a code for example '123' and then click Ok.
12. After a while a dialogue is asking for a passkey on the phone. 
    Type the same code as above and tap Done.

Now your phone and computer are paired.

The following steps shall be done when you want to connect your phone.
Set the phone Bluetooth to On.

13. In My Bluetooth Place right click the icon for your phone and 
    select Connect Bluetooth Serial Port. If this menu item doesn't
    exist then you shall select Discover Available Services. From now
    you will have this menu item. Go back and select it.
14. You will get a Connection Request dialogue on your phone. 
    Tap Accept. The phone icon and the Bluetooth icon in the system
    tray turns green to indicate that the phone is connected.
15. Now you will probably get a dialog telling you that the Bluetooth
    Serial Port failed: The remote device closed the connection. 
    This is correct behaviour.
16. If this is the very first time you connect this device you will
    get a wizard asking for a name (Go ahead with this wizard). 
    Otherwise you are connected and a phone icon will show up in
    system tray.

Now your phone is connected and you can start to synchronize or 
transfer files. 

Tip: You can also connect the phone from the system tray icon. 
Select Quick Connect -> Bluetooth Serial Port


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5.3.2 XIRCOM WIRELESS BLUETOOTH ADAPTER (CREDITCARD/REALPORT2)
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Preconditions: Bluetooth SW and HW installed. Sony Ericsson PC Suite
installed. Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows ME.

Xircom CreditCard/RealPort2 Bluetooth Adapter Version 1.10 is used 
for this description. If you are using another version it might work
slightly different.

First you have to pair your phone with the computer. This only has to
be done once.

Phone:
1.  Go to Connectivity -> Bluetooth and select Turn on. 
    You can also give your phone a more personalised bluetooth name.
    The name can be edit under Options.
2.  When finished tab the return key.
    A Bluetooth icon appears in the status bar on the phone.

Computer:
3.  Open Phone Monitor Options found in the Control Panel.
4.  Select the COM Ports tab.  
5.  Enable all the Bluetooth or Unknown connections (should be 8 or 9
    of them) then Close Phone Monitor Options. (In fact it is only one of
    the ports that needs to be enabled but there is no way to know
    which one at this moment).
6.  Open Xircom BlueView (Found in the start menu. Start -> Programs
    -> Xircom Utilities -> Launch BlueView or the right menu from the
    Xircom Bluetooth icon in system tray).
7.  Select New Devices in Range and click on the Refresh button.
8.  An entry will appear for each Bluetooth device found. Double 
    click on the entry with the name you have given your phone.
9.  Right click on Serial Port and select Connect.
10.  A dialog Connect to remote Bluetooth device appears.
    Select Permanent (Connect again) and check Pair (Secure with 
    Passkey) Then click OK.
11. A dialog asking for a Passkey appears. Type a code for example
    '123' and then click Ok.
12. After a while a dialogue is asking for a passkey on the phone. 
    Type the same code as above and tap Done.
13. You will get a Connection Request dialogue on your phone. 
    Tap Accept.

Now your phone and computer are paired.

The following steps shall be done when you want to connect Your phone. 
Set the phone Bluetooth to On.

14. Open BlueView, select Known Device and double click on your
    phone.
15. Right click on Serial Port and select Connect,
16. You will get a Connection Request dialogue on your phone. 
    Tap Accept. The Xircom Bluetooth icon will change appearance to
    indicate that a device is connected.
17. If this is the very first time you connect this device you will
    get a wizard asking for a name (Go ahead with this wizard). 
    Otherwise you are connected and a phone icon will show up in
    system tray.

Now your phone is connected and you can start to synchronize or 
transfer files. 

18. If you open the Link Properties. You will see which port is 
    connected. It is not the same port as you can see in BlueView.
    Now you can deselect the ports you did select
    in step 4, except the one which is currently connected.


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5.3.3 TOSHIBA BUILT-IN BLUETOOTH MODEM
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Preconditions: Toshiba Bluetooth Stack 2.0 installed. Sony Ericsson PC Suite installed. 
This description is made on Windows 2000 and might work slightly different on other OS.

First you have to pair your phone with the computer. This only has to
be done once.

Phone:
1.  Go to Control panel -> Connectivity -> Bluetooth
    and select Turn on. 
    You can also give your phone a more personalised Bluetooth name.
    The name can be edit under Options.
2.  When finished tab the return key.
    A Bluetooth icon appears in the status bar on the phone.

Computer:
3.  Open Phone Monitor Options found in the Control Panel.
4.  Select the COM Ports tab.  
5.  Enable all the Bluetooth or Unknown connections. (In fact it is
    only one of the ports that needs to be enabled. We will come back
    to this dialog and disable them later).
6.  Close Phone Monitor Options.
7.  Go to Start -> Programs -> Bluetooth Toshiba Stack -> 
    Bluetooth Service Centre.
8.  Go to the Bluetooth menu -> User Mode and select Office.
9.  Go to the Bluetooth menu -> User Mode Properties.
10.  Select Enable Auto Power ON select.
11. Select Office and go to the Mode tab.
12. Go to Discoverability mode and select General discoverable mode.
13. Go to Connectivity mode and select Connectable mode.
14. Go to Pairing mode and select Pairable mode.
15. Click Apply first and then OK.
16. Go to the Bluetooth menu -> Device Discovery.
17. A list of devices appears. Right click on the device you want to
    connect to and select Service Search.
18. Type a code for example '123' and then click Ok.
19. After a while a dialogue is asking for a passkey on the phone. 
    Type the same code as above and tap Done.
20. A list of services appears in the Bluetooth Service Centre 
    dialog on the computer.
21. Right click on Bluetooth Serial Port and select Connect.
22. You will get a Connection Request dialogue on your phone. 
    Tap Accept.

Now your phone and computer are paired.

The following steps shall be done when you want to connect Your
phone. If you have just paired your phone and computer then your
phone is set to Discoverable. Normally when you like to connect
the phone it is recommended to be set to On.

23. Go to Start -> Programs -> Bluetooth Toshiba Stack -> 
    Bluetooth Service Centre.
24. Select your phone, right click on Bluetooth Serial Port and 
    select Connect.
25. You will get a Connection Request dialogue on your phone. 
    Tap Accept. The status of the device changes from Not Connected
    to Connected.
26. If this is the very first time you connect this device you will
    get a wizard asking for a name (Go ahead with this wizard). 
    Otherwise you are connected and a phone icon will show up in
    system tray.

Now your phone is connected and you can start to synchronize or 
transfer files. 

27. If you open the Link Properties. You will see which port is 
    connected. Now you can deselect the ports you did select
    in step 4, except the one which is currently connected.


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5.4 CONFIGURE Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 AS MODEM OVER BLUETOOTH
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These chapters will describe how to configure different Bluetooth
products to be set up for modem use over Bluetooth. When you have
followed the instructions you are strongly recommended to install
the Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem. (See Chapter 6 and 7)


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5.4.1 TDK USB ADAPTOR OR TDK PC CARD
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Preconditions: Bluetooth SW and HW installed. Sony Ericsson PC Suite
installed. Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows ME.

TDK Bluetooth SW version 1.3.2.19 is used for this description. 
If you are using another version it might work slightly different.

1.  First you have to pair your phone with the computer. This only
    has to be done once and is described in chapter 5.3.1 (step 1 to
    step 12)
2.  Open My Bluetooth Place (Found on the desktop or the right menu
    in TDK Bluetooth icon in system tray).
3.  Double click on Find Bluetooth Device (or Search for devices in
    range) and then double click on your Sony Ericsson phone.
4.  Double-click on the Serial Port on <your phone name> icon.
5.  Click properties.
6.  If the dialog Bluetooth Connection pops up continue to step 8, if
    the Bluetooth Properties dialogues pops up then click 
    Configure... and continue to step 8, otherwise the dialog Location
    information is shown, fill in an area code (any number, for 
    example 1) and then click OK.
7.  Click the Cancel button.
8.  Right click on My Bluetooth Serial Port and select Properties. 
    Check which COM port is set. Remember this COM port.
9.  Now click cancel to leave the Bluetooth connection dialog. And
    click cancel again to dismiss the previous dialog.
10. Right click on the Mobile Phone Monitor icon in the system tray
    and select configure.
13. In the COM ports tab make sure the COM port you got from 
    step 8 is Enabled.
15. Wait until the Mobile Phone Monitor icon appears in the system
    tray, (This can take more than 30 sec). If a wizard appears then
    follow it to the end.

If you like to set up a Dial-Up Network Connection go to Chapter 6. 
Otherwise you shall go to chapter 7 for description on how to install
Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem. 
Remember the COM port you got from step 8.


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5.4.2 XIRCOM WIRELESS BLUETOOTH ADAPTER (CREDITCARD/REALPORT2)
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Preconditions: Bluetooth SW and HW installed. Sony Ericsson PC Suite
installed. Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows ME.

Xircom CreditCard/RealPort2 Bluetooth Adapter Version 1.10 is used 
for this description. If you are using another version it might work
slightly different.

First you have to pair your phone with the computer. This only has to
be done once.

1.  First you have to pair your phone with the computer. This only
    has to be done once and is described in chapter 5.3.2 (step 1 to
    step 12)
2.  Open Xircom BlueView, select Known Device and double click on
    your phone.
3.  Right click Dial-Up Networking and Select Connect. After a while
    you are connected and in the connection column you will see which
    port is used, for example COM5. Remember this COM Port.
4.  Right click on the Phone Connection Link icon in the system tray
    and select properties.
5.  Make sure the COM port you got from step 3 is NOT selected then
    close the dialog.
6.  Open Phone Monitor Options found in the Control Panel
7.  In the COM ports tab make sure the COM port you got from 
    step 3 is Enabled.
8.  In the Setup tab. Select "Only display the icon when a phone is
    connected" and then Click OK.
9.  Wait until the Mobile Phone Monitor icon appears in the system
    tray, (This can take more than 30 sec). If a wizard appears then
    follow it to the end.

If you like to set up a Dial-Up Network Connection go to Chapter 6. 
Otherwise you shall go to chapter 7 for description on how to install
Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem. 
Remember the COM port you got from step 3.


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6. MOBILE NETWORKING WIZARD OVER BLUETOOTH
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Preconditions: Bluetooth SW and HW installed. Sony Ericsson PC Suite
installed. Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows ME. Sony Ericsson K750 or 750
has to be configured as modem over Bluetooth (See Chapter 5.4).
NOTE! The Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth modem will work for both 
Sony Ericsson 750 and K750

You have to know, which COM port is used for the Bluetooth modem. 
It depends on the Bluetooth HW/SW. (See Chapter 5.4 how to find that
port.)

1.  Go to Start -> Programs -> Sony Ericsson -> 
    Mobil Networking Wizard. 
2.  Click OK. 
3.  Choose the type of connection to create: packet data or circuit 
    switched data.

Now we will install Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem. 
If you have already installed it go to step 11.

4.  Click Install modem...
5.  Click Add.
6.  Tick the Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list
    check box and click Next.
7.  Select Manufacturer Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications and 
    select Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem. Click next.
8.  Select the COM port. Look at Chapter 5.4 CONFIGURE Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 
    AS MODEM OVER BLUETOOTH, to find out which COM port to select based on the
    Bluetooth manufacture.
9.  Follow the modem wizard to the end.
10. Click OK on the Phone and Modem Options dialog.

The Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem is installed. 
Now we shall select it.

11. Select "Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem" in the 
    Sony Ericsson Mobile Networking Wizard and click Next.

12. Enter a name for the dial-Up connection. Click next.

13. Follow the wizard to the end.


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7. INSTALL Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 BLUETOOTH MODEM
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If you like to use your Sony Ericsson K750 and 750 as a modem it is
recommended that you install Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Modem.
NOTE! The Sony Ericsson 750 modem will work for both 
Sony Ericsson 750 and K750

You have to know which COM port is used for the Bluetooth modem. 
It depends on the Bluetooth HW/SW. (See Chapter 5.4 how to find that
port.)

Info: This procedure can also be done when using the Dial-Up 
Networking wizard. (see chapter 6)

1.  From the Control Panel Click on Phone and Modem Options.
2.  Click the Modem tab.
3.  Click Add...
4.  Tick the Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list
    check box and then click Next.
5.  Select Manufacturer Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications and 
    select Sony Ericsson 750 Bluetooth Modem. Click next.
6.  Select the COM port used for the Bluetooth modem and then click
    Next. (The result will be that you have two Modems attached to 
    the same COM port. This is OK)
7.  Follow the modem wizard to the end.
8.  Click OK on the Phone and Modem Options dialog.


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8. MODEM/GPRS USING IR (INFRARED)
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8.1 WINDOWS 2000 OVER IRDA
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You need Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 or later.

The automatic installation of the infrared (IR) modem starts when you 
place your Sony Ericsson K750 or Sony Ericsson 750, with the infrared port enabled, 
in front of your PC's infrared eye. Windows will find your device and install 
the modem automatically. 

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8.2 WINDOWS ME OVER IRDA
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The automatic installation of the infrared (IR) modem starts when you 
place your Sony Ericsson K750 or Sony Ericsson 750, with the infrared port enabled, 
in front of your PC's infrared eye. Although Windows will find your 
device and install the modem automatically, the properties of the modem may be 
incorrect.

Check the properties in the Control Panel: 
1.  In the Control Panel: click on Phone and Modem Options, and select
    the modem tab. 
2.  Select the "Sony Ericsson 750 IrDA modem". 
3.  Click on Properties. 
    If the modem is not correctly installed a dialog will appear 
    containing a message similar to this: 
    "The modem properties cannot be displayed because the modem 
    information is corrupt. Remove this modem by clicking Remove and 
    add it again."

A workaround for this problem is to manually install the infrared 
modem:
1.  Start the Modems application in the Control Panel.
2.  Click "Add". A dialog "Install New Modem" will appear.
3.  Select the option "Don't detect my modem, I will select it from a
    list".
4.  Click Next. The next page shows a list of Manufacturers in the 
    left pane.
5.  Select "Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications".
    The right pane will display a list of the modems available. 
6.  Select the "Sony Ericsson 750 IrDA modem".
    (If the IR modem is not present in the list, click the "Have 
    disk" button and Browse to the installation CD or folder which contains the 
    modem drivers in its Modem Script directory.)
7.  Click Next.
8.  The next page presents a list of ports in the lower pane. Select 
    the "Virtual Infrared COM Port".
9.  Click Next and the modem will be installed.
10. The new modem will appear in the Modems application. If you did 
    not remove the incorrectly installed modem, the name of the new 
    modem might have number suffix in its name (#2). Make a note 
    of the name of the new modem since you should select this when 
    creating a dial-up connection.


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8.3 WINDOWS XP OVER IRDA
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The automatic installation of the infrared (IR) modem starts when you 
place your Sony Ericsson 750, with the infrared port enabled, 
in front of your PC's infrared eye. A known issue on is that 
a "Standard modem over IR" is installed instead of of the correct IR modem. 
To replace the "Standard modem over IR" with the Sony Ericsson 750 
modem, follow the steps described below.

1.  Go to "Control Panel -> System -> Hardware -> Device Manager -> 
    Modems" where you will find a Standard modem over IR. 
2.  Double click the modem and choose "Driver -> Update Driver". 
3.  Select the option "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)". 
    Click "Next".
4.  Select the option "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install". 
    Click "Next".
5.  In the model list, select "Sony Ericsson 750 IrDA modem". Click "Next".
    (If the IR modem is not present in the list, click the "Have 
    disk" button and Browse to the installation CD or folder which contains the 
    modem drivers in its Driver directory.)
6.  A dialogue box from Microsoft about Windows Logo testing appears. 
    Click "Continue anyway". 	
7.  Click "Finish".The modem is ready to use and you can run the Mobile 
    Networking Wizard application.

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9. LIMITATIONS
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Synchronisation

If there is more data in the PIM than allowed in the phone, the
synchronisation will complete successfully, but some items are not 
synchronised to the phone. It is a good rule to check the 
number of items in the phone from time to time to make sure that 
there is enough space for new items to be synchronised.

Under "Settings -> Standard synchronisation -> Conflict policy" there
is an option "Select last modified item". This option is only applicable
to data types Calendar and Tasks, for data types Contacts and Notes this
option will actually result in "Select item from computer", since these
data types does not support a last changed date.

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10. KNOWN ISSUES February 07, 2005
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General

SYMPTOM: File Manager returns: "Unable to copy - an unexpected error has 
occurred". Click "Try again". The message: "Unable to copy *** - the
operation has been aborted".
SOLUTION: The phone may not have enough free memory. There will be 
memory full message on the phone. Free enough memory and download the 
same file again.


SYMPTOM: Problem to download a MMS to the phone with the MMS Composer.
"Receiving item" pops up on the device but vanishes pretty quickly.
The MMS Composer returns "The file transfer was aborted". 
Same problem might occur for Image Editor or Sound Editor. In case of Image Editor 
the error message is "Failed to transfer the image". For Sound Editor 
the error message is "The file cannot be downloaded".  
SOLUTION: The phone may not have enough free memory. There will be 
memory full message on the phone. Free enough memory and download the 
same file again.


Outlook users
SYMPTOM: Synchronisation is not possible after disconnecting the 
computer from the network. 
SOLUTION: Outlook must be restarted in "offline" mode.


SYMPTOM: Updates are not transferred correctly.
SOLUTION: Wait one minute and initiate another synchronisation.


SYMPTOM: When an item has been changed in both PIM and phone in a short
period of time and the slightly older version take precedence.
SOLUTION: Repeat the change and initiate another synchronisation.


SYMPTOM: File Manager does not display "Games" or "Applications" subfolders 
SOLUTION: To add a .jar or "game" to the mobile. 
1.  Open File Manager 
2.  Connect mobile to PC via. Cable, Bluetooth or IrDA 
3.  In File Manager select "My S700", "My S710" or "phone name" (depending on phone model connected)
4.  Copy/Paste .jar or "game" over Phone Memory icon 
RESULT: .jar or "game' can be saved in "Games" or "Applications" subfolder on mobile 
Download Driver Pack

How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

For more help, visit our Driver Support section for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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