Sony Ericsson Yari U100 User Manual & Specifications

Sony Ericsson Yari or Sony Ericsson U100 used GSM Technology Data Networks support both 2G quad bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and 3G HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100 (in US). The 3G HSDPA capable to be used up to 7.2 Mbps (download), and supports HSUPA 1.8 Mbps. In our Opinion, The Design of this Yari is good enough for middle class Phone. It been announced in the middle of May 2009 and was released on September 2009.

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Specs Overview

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Specifications Overview

Yari U100 used Slider Form factor with Numeric Traditional Keypad as IO User Interface along with TFT 16M Colors at 2.4 inches Diameter Diagonal Display Screen. The Screen 2.4″ has Accelerometer Sensor for Auto Rotate feature and has 240 x 320 Pixels Resolution. The Slim and Small Candy Bar form factor (in closed mode) at 100 x 48 x 15.7 mm and has weight 115 gram would very suitable for handling such as inserting in pocket pant or wallet phone.

For further Tech Specifications you can read under “Specification Tab” below. Of course, we are enot merely to discuss about the Phone specs, but the Manual PDF and Download. For those purpose you can get from “PDF Download and PDF Resume” Tab.

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Manual Resume

One of Yari feature that would make you able to be used as Direct Guide is the Wisepilot Application (in Trial version), It can be use to make turn by turn navigational Service such as for Driving Directions Purpose. It because of the Sony Ericsson U100 has GPS Receiver. For Maps and Location Service, the Phone has Google Maps and Location Tracker. How to use all of them can be found at page 48 of the User Guide / User Manual of Sony Ericsson Yari.

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Keys Overview PDF Download

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Keys Overview PDF Download

The Image above shown you one part of User Guide that would guide you how to handle the Phone and understanding the Keys and Buttons. Including the Keys Phone Camera, Volume, Digital Zoom, Turning Off / On of the Yari, Charging slot, and many more. You can the full detail of the Keys Overview under “Getting Started” Chapter at “Phone Overview” Section at page 4.

If you like to know step by step instructions how to use Music or Video Player, for example using Playlist, SensMe, TrackID, Stereo Portable Hands-free, Listening the Radio and find the proper channel of Radio Station, or Recording Sound, just Open the tutorial under “Music” Chapter. It available from page 29 to page 33.

Furthermore, the common guideline such as Pairing the Bluetooth, Taking Picture with Camera or Record Video, Browsing the Internet, Find the problem solve that usually happen via Troubleshooting Section, Inserting microSD Card, How to update the phone for the latest software, Download Game and Application, also available. See Table of Contents Tab for quick overview of the Manual of Yari.

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Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Specifications

Let begin with the Camera Features. Yari embedded with 5 Megapixel Camera (for instant photography it should be good enough), along with GeoTagging ability (using GPS Receiver /aGPS), Smile Detection (whenever a person smlie, it would shoot automatically), Flash and Video Light, Auto Focus, Face Detection Focus, Video Recording up to 30fps and more.

Yari has 60 MB Internal Memory and support for microSD slot up to 16GB (1G included in the box). For Music and Video Player, the U100 capable to plays these following formats: MP3, AAC, eAAC+, WAV, MP4, H.264, and also has YouTube Application for Video Sharing. 3D Games, Stereo Speaker, Java Supported, Radio FM with RDS also available.

For connectivity Features, the Phone attached with Bluetooth Technology Version 2.0 supports wireless stereo headsets profile (A2DP), can be used as Modem, has USB Connection using microUSB Version 2.0, and can be use to print image directly from the Phone to printer using PictBridge Tools.

Table of Contents of Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide

Getting Started
Transferring and Handling Content
Updating Your Phone
Web Browser Toolbar
Web Browser Shortcuts
History Pages
More Browser Features
Internet Security and Certificates
File Transfers
Web Feeds
Using GPS
Google Maps for Mobile
Driving Directions
More Features;
Flight Mode
Time and Date
Main Menu Layout
Screen Orientation
PIN Codes
Keypad Lock
IMEI Number,
Legal Information

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Manual User Guide Manual Download

The Figure below is one of the part that available in the User Manual of Sony Eoricsson Yari U100. As you can see, it pictured about the instruction guide on Assembling the Battery and SIM Card.

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 User Manual Assembling Battery SIM Card

Sony Ericsson Yari U100 User Manual Assembling Battery SIM Card

For the User Guide / User Manual of Sony Ericsson Yari U100, sometime also been called as Extended User Guide, there is only one file that we could find and we could provide here. The size is small, you can even load and view via web browser (recommended), though you can also download it first to your computer and then open with Acrobat Reader or others PDF Reader Client. Enjoy!

Extended User Guide Sony Ericsson Yari U100 Download | Page: 64 | English | PDF Size: 1.11MB

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    I need to unlock with code. Unable to punch in password. Not familiar with the functions of Sony Ericsson Walkman. I need a User manuel of n5 seriouswalkm

  2. Hendrik van Wyk says

    The phone is protected by code. I am unable to type in password because i am not familiar with Ericsson walkman w995 series. I need the User Manual

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