Tip #8-Digital Camera Adjustments

Digital Camera Adjustments The NX70V has a great little digital camera. It's definatly not a pro-grade camera, but for quick-n-dirty snapshots, it's wonderful. By default, it takes fairly decent pictures, but did you know that you can adjust some settings to compensate for varying conditions to improve the results? Launch the Clie Camera app and […]

Tip #7-Record your own alarms

Create new alarms! Did you know that you can use the included Voice Recorder app to create alarms? Launch the Voice Recorder app and open record some audio. Next, select the menu option "Data > Convert to Alarm" Check the box in front of the recorded file to convert and tap the "Alarm" button. Now, […]

Tip #6-Managing Documents To Go files

Managing documents in Documents To Go: the Memory Stick and RAM I was having some problems with Documents To Go crashing after a restore from MSBackup. I think I found the problem and an explanation. The specific problem I was having as I detailed in another thread was that after a complete restore using MSBackup, […]

Tip #5-Play MP3s in the background!

Did you know that you can play your MP3's in the background while running other apps? Well, you can! Launch the Audio Player app, click the Menu button, and select Options > Preferences Next, check the "Enable Background Play" option and ckick "OK" When you launch another app, any playlist currently playing will continue to […]

Tip #4-Backup to MS (Essential)

Memory Sticks and backups...I purchased a 128MB Memory Stick along with my NX70V, and found a use for it that I never really considered before: Backups. Sony includes a program called MSBackup, and it seamlessly and easily backs up all the contents of the NX70V's RAM to a memory stick. I used to require FlashPro […]

Tip #3-View NX Movies on Your PC

How do you view your recorded movies on your PC? Use the MSImport program to copy your recorded movie files off of your Memory Stick. (See "Jim's NX70V Tip #2" for how to set this up.) Bonus tip: You may not know this, but in order to record video, you must have a Memory Stick […]

Tip #2-Copy files on MS to/from your PC

How do you copy files from your Memory Stick to your PC? Use the MSImport program! It's included free with the NX70V and it can save your butt if you are away from your PC! You must first install the Memory Stick Export program found on your Installation CD. Click on "Clie Utilities > Memory […]

Tip #1-One-handed Launcher operation

True one-handed Launcher operation: I don't like the default CLIE Launcher and I can't wait for new OS 5 compliant launchers. I tried to like the new launcher, but it seems to take too many jog dial turns to find and select a program, and I find it hard to navigate from category to category […]
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