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’566 Patent 1. A mobile device, comprising:

Exemplary Motorola Devices To the extent the preamble is construed to be limiting, the Motorola Droid 2 is a mobile device, as depicted below in Figure 1-1. See Ex. A, "Droid 2 by Motorola A955," http://developer.motorola.com/products/droid2 (visited Sept. 9, 2010).

Figure 1-1 an object store; The Droid 2 includes an object store. By way of example, the Droid 2 includes 8 GB of microSD memory and 512 MB of RAM. See Ex. B, "Droid 2 by Motorola Technical Specifications," http://www.motorola.com/Consumers/US-EN/ConsumerProduct-and-Services/Mobile-Phones/ci.Motorola-DROID2-US-EN.alt (visited Sept. 9, 2010); Ex. A. an application program configured to maintain objects on the object store; The Droid 2 includes an application program configured to maintain objects on the object store. By way of example, the Droid 2 includes a Calendar application configured to maintain event objects on the object store. The Droid 2 includes a user input mechanism configured to receive user input information. By way of example, the Droid 2 includes an on-screen touch keyboard and a physical "slide side" keyboard. See Ex. A. The Droid 2 includes a synchronization component

a user input mechanism configured to receive user input information;

a synchronization component

’566 Patent configured to synchronize individual objects stored on the object store with remote objects stored on a remote object store; a communications component configured to communicate with a remote device containing the remote object store;

Exemplary Motorola Devices configured to synchronize individual objects stored on the object store with remote objects stored on a remote object store. See generally Ex. B ("Synchronization Support for Corporate calendar, email and contacts (Exchange 2003 and 2007), Google contacts, calendar and Gmail contacts."). The Droid 2 includes a communications component configured to communicate with a remote device containing the remote object store. By way of example, the Droid 2 includes EVDO Rev.A wireless capability for data and 802.11x Wireless LAN capability. See Ex. A. The Droid 2’s calendar application program is further configured to generate a meeting object and an electronic mail scheduling request object based on the user input information. See Ex. C, "Droid 2 – Calendar," https://motorola-globalportal.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/51633/~/droid2---calendar (visited Sept. 9, 2010) ("Add details about the event. Tap in a text box for the keyboard to enter a name, time, and optional additional details about the event . . . . Any contacts from your established Gmail, Enterprise and Social Networking accounts can be searched to contact for an event.").

wherein the application program is further configured to generate a meeting object and an electronic mail scheduling request object based on the user input information.

Figure 1-2: User input generating a meeting object For instance, as seen in Figure 1-2, the Calendar application program generates meeting objects called "Events" based on the user input information.

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Figure 1-3: User input adding contact information for attendee As seen in Figure 1-3, the Calendar application program allows users to input contact information for meeting attendees in order to generate electronic mail scheduling requests.

Figure 1-4: Electronic mail scheduling request received by attendee As seen in Figure 1-4, the Calendar application program generates electronic mail scheduling request objects based on the user input information. To the extent the preamble is construed to be limiting, the Motorola Droid 2 provides for a method of operating the mobile devices. 3

9. A method of operating a mobile device, comprising:

’566 Patent providing a first object store on the mobile device;

Exemplary Motorola Devices The Motorola Droid 2, shown in Figure 9-1, provides a first object store on the mobile device. By way of example, the Droid 2 provides 8 GB of microSD memory and 512 MB of RAM. See Ex. B.

Figure 9-1 providing a first application program on the mobile device; The Droid 2 provides a first application program on the mobile device. By way of example, the Droid 2 provides a calendar application program. By way of example, Figure 9-2 shows the calendar application program running on the Droid 2.

Figure 9-2 maintaining objects in the first The Droid 2 maintains objects in the first object store with 4

’566 Patent object store with the first application program;

Exemplary Motorola Devices the first application program. By way of example, the Droid 2 maintains objects in the first object store with the calendar application program. The Droid 2 intermittently synchronizes the objects in the first object store with objects in a remote object store. See generally Ex. B ("Synchronization Support for Corporate calendar, email and contacts (Exchange 2003 and 2007), Google contacts, calendar and Gmail contacts."). By way of example, Figure 9-3 shows the Droid 2 performing a synchronization of the objects associated with the Calendar application.

intermittently synchronizing the objects in the first object store with objects in a remote object store;

receiving user input information indicative of a meeting request;

Figure 9-3 The Droid 2 receives user input information indicative of a meeting request. See Ex. C ("Add details about the event. Tap in a text box for the keyboard to enter a name, time, and optional additional details about the event, just as you do in Google Calendar on the web. Any contacts from your established Gmail, Enterprise and Social Networking accounts can be searched to contact for an event."). By way of example, Figure 9-4 shows the Calendar application on the Droid 2 receiving user input information indicating the date of a meeting request.

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Figure 9-4 generating a meeting object with the first application program such that at least some of the user input information defines properties in the meeting object; The Droid 2 generates a meeting object with the first application program such that at least some of the user input information defines properties in the meeting object. By way of example, Figure 9-5 shows the meeting object appearing in the Calendar application program with the user input information entered in Figure 9-4.

Figure 9-5 generating an electronic mail meeting request object based on the information in the meeting object; and The Droid 2 generates an electronic mail meeting request object based on the information in the meeting object. By way of example, as shown in Figure 9-6, the user input information in the meeting object can include contact information for meeting attendees.

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Figure 9-6: User-input contact information in a meeting object By way of example, as seen in Figure 9-7, the Calendar application program generates electronic mail scheduling request objects based on the user input information.

Figure 9-7: Electronic mail scheduling request received by attendee storing the meeting object and the electronic mail scheduling request object in the first object store for transmission. The Droid 2 stores the meeting object and the electronic mail scheduling request object in the first object store for transmission. By way of example, as shown in Figure 9-8, the Calendar application stores the meeting object created by the user.

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Figure 9-8 The Calendar application program stores the electronic mail scheduling request object in the first object store for transmission.

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The first Android™-powered smartphone to ship with Froyo, DROID 2 by Motorola gives you more of what you want — without compromises: 1 GHz of blazing-fast performance, 8 GB of built-in memory for more apps, an enhanced slide-out keyboard for easier messaging, and improved multimedia capabilities and sharing with DLNA. Using the super-fast WebKit browser and Adobe Flash® Player 10 with dedicated hardware acceleration, you'll experience the web as it was meant to be.

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EXPERIENCE FORM FACTOR OPERATING SYSTEM ANDROID API LEVEL DEVICE EMULATOR IMAGE Premium messaging and multimedia Side slide keyboard Android v2.2 8 DROID 2 SDK add-on Directional pad Home/Menu/Back/Search touch-sensitive buttons Keyboard: physical, on-screen Touch screen: capacitive Product page

Processor and memory
PROCESSOR PROCESSOR CLOCK SPEED RAM FLASH ROM USER STORAGE AVAILABLE (MAX) MEMORY CARD TYPE MEMORY CARD SIZE SUPPORTED (MAX)

TI OMAP3620-1000 1 GHz 512 MB 8 GB 6.5 GB FAT32 microSDHC 32 GB

Docs & Tools MOTODEV Studio for Android Android App Development: Wondering Where to Start? Best Practices for Developing UIs Handle Screen Rotation Optimize Window Backgrounds Navigating Around Your Application

INPUT TYPES

Community & Support Discussion Boards Blog Podcasts

CONSUMER WEB SITE

Sensors
ACCELEROMETER

Display

3-axis Three-way screen rotation Yes Yes Yes

SIZE, DIAGONAL RESOLUTION PIXEL DENSITY PRIMARY ORIENTATION NUMBER OF COLORS

3.7 in (normal) 480 x 854 (FWVGA) 240 dpi (high) Portrait Up to 16M

MAGNETOMETER PROXIMITY SENSOR AMBIENT LIGHT SENSOR

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Additional features
WEB

Adobe Flash® Player 10.1 Android WebKit browser Assisted GPS E-Compass Standalone GPS w/internal antenna Tricolor Yes Yes IM SMS MMS Exchange ActiveSync 2003, 2007, 2010 IMAP4 POP3

Connectivity

WAN: VOICE BANDS WAN: DATA BEARERS

CDMA 800/1900 EVDO Rev. A 802.11b/g/n 802.11i (WPA2) WEP WPA 2.1 + EDR 2 A2DP 1.2 AVCTP AVDTP AVRCP 1.2 DUN GAVDP 1.0 HFP 1.5 HID 1.0 HSP MAP OPP 1.1 PAN (NAP only) PBAP 1.0 SPP USB 2.0 High Speed Micro USB connector Control point Download Player Server Upload 3.5 mm Stereo out Mic MESSAGING LOCATION SERVICES

WIRELESS LAN

NOTIFICATION LIGHT NOTIFICATION VIBRATE VOICE ACTIVATION

BLUETOOTH VERSION BLUETOOTH CLASS

EMAIL PROTOCOLS

BLUETOOTH PROFILES

USB

DLNA

HEADSET JACK

Media

CAMERA RESOLUTION (MAX) CAMERA FOCUS CAMERA FLASH

5 megapixels Auto Dual LED

CAMERA DIGITAL ZOOM (MAX) IMAGE CAPTURE FORMATS IMAGE CAPTURE RESOLUTION (MAX)

4x JPEG w/EXIF 2.2 2592 x 1936 Color effects Geotagging Image stabilization Picture quality Scenes White balance: auto, presets Android core media formats Android core media formats MPEG-4 720 x 480 (D1)

Some features are dependent on network, subscription, SIM card, or service provider, and may not be available in all areas. DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license.

ADDITIONAL CAMERA FEATURES

IMAGE VIEWING FORMATS VIDEO RECORDING FORMATS VIDEO RECORDING RESOLUTION (MAX) VIDEO RECORDING FRAME RATE (MAX) VIDEO PLAYBACK FORMATS VIDEO PLAYBACK RESOLUTION (MAX) VIDEO PLAYBACK FRAME RATE (MAX) AUDIO RECORDING FORMATS AUDIO PLAYBACK FORMATS

30 fps Android core media formats WMV 10 720 x 480 (D1)

30 fps AAC Android core media formats Android core media formats WMA 10 AAC AAC+ AMR-NB H.263 H.264 MPEG-4 WMDRM-PD (Janus) Receiver speaker Mono loudspeaker

STREAMING FORMATS

DIGITAL RIGHTS MANAGEMENT SPEAKERS

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ANDROID™ PLATFORM Android 2.2 (Froyo)

CDMA CDMA 1X 800/1900, EVDO rev. A

SLIDER Press, touch, Swype or talk, plus voice to text input

CAMERA
CAMERA Image stabilization, real-time color effects, scene modes, location tagging MEGAPIXELS 5 MP DIGITAL ZOOM Yes FLASH Dual LED FOCUS Automatic IMAGE EDITING TOOLS Cropping, rotating, Geo Tagging

MUSIC & VIDEO
MUSIC ENABLED1 MUSIC PLAYER Android Media Player VIDEO CAPABLE VIDEO CAPTURE PLAYABLE FORMATS AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, WAV, WMA9, eAAC+, OGG, AMR WB, AMR NB, WMV v10, AAC+, WMV v9, MIDI STREAMING MEDIA Audio, Video VIDEO CAPTURE RATE DVD quality (720x480 resolution) up to 30 fps capture; up to 30 fps playback

POWER

up to 575 min.
USAGE TIME (CONTINUOUS)2

BATTERY TYPE 1400 mAh Li Ion STANDBY TIME3 up to 315 hrs.

MESSAGING
EMAIL4 Mobile Email: IMAP and POP, Microsoft Exchange, Gmail™, MSN Hotmail®, Yahoo!® and AOL® MULTIMEDIA MESSAGING (MMS)4 Facebook™, Twitter and MySpace synced and streamed to one screen. PREDICTIVE TEXT Swype TEXT MESSAGING (SMS)4 INSTANT MESSAGING (IM)4 Google Talk™ IMAGE FILE FORMATS BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG VOICE MAIL4 Standard voice mail, Verizon Visual Voice Mail™ (capable) VOICE TO TEXT

CONNECTIVITY
BLUETOOTH® TECHNOLOGY5 Stereo Bluetooth Class 2, Version 2.1 + EDR (support profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PBAP) WEB BROWSER Android HTML Webkit, Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 Mobile browsing with a new processor and Verizon’s 3G network SOFTWARE UPDATES (FOTA) SYNCHRONIZATION Support for Corporate calendar, email and contacts (Exchange 2003, 2007 and 2010), Google contacts, calendar and Gmail™, Facebook™ contacts WIFI 802.11 b,g, n WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK (WLAN)

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CONNECTIVITY
DATA ACCESS6 Yes 3G MOBILE HOTSPOT1 Be a mobile hot spot for up to 5 other devices CONNECTOR TYPE Micro USB DATA TRANSMISSION RATE6 USB 2.0 (High Speed) DLNA (DIGITAL LIVING NETWORK ALLIANCE) Share content wirelessly with other DLNA equipped devices GPS AND LOCATION SERVICES1 aGPS (assisted), sGPS (simultaneous), Google Maps™, Google Maps™ Navigation (BETA), Google Latitude™, Google Maps Street View, eCompass HEADSET JACK 3.5 mm

INTERNET AND GAMES
WEB ACCESS ADOBE FLASH PLAYER Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 ANDROID MARKET™

ACCESSORY COMPATIBILITY
HEARING AID COMPATIBLE Rated for M3, T3; Voice Readout TEXT TELEPHONE (TTY) COMPATIBILITY

CALLING
SPEAKERPHONE CALLER ID4 On main display, Picture ID, Ringer ID ADVANCED SPEECH RECOGNITION AUTOMATIC REDIAL CALL WAITING CONFERENCE CALLING4 Group call EMERGENCY DIAL MUTE CALL NOISE REDUCTION Dual microphone noise reduction

CALLING
PHONE BOOK7 Unified contact list (Gmail™, Exchange, Facebook™) SPEED DIAL Direct dial shortcut, direct message shortcut VIBRACALL VOICE DIALING

CARRIER FEATURES AND SERVICES
VERIZON WIRELESS VCast Music, VZ Navigator

WAIT AND PAUSE DIALING

GOOGLE MOBILE SERVICES
GMAIL™ GOOGLE CALENDAR™ GOOGLE CONTACT SYNC™ GOOGLE GOGGLES™ (WITH 2.1 AND HIGHER) GOOGLE LATITUDE™ GOOGLE MAPS STREET VIEW GOOGLE MAPS™ GOOGLE MAPS™ NAVIGATION BETA GOOGLE QUICK SEARCH BOX™ GOOGLE TALK™ GOOGLE™ SEARCH BY VOICE YOUTUBE™

INCLUDED APPLICATIONS
BUSINESS8 Quickoffice®

INTERFACE
NAVIGATION TOOL Directional keys with select key OPERATING SYSTEM Android 2.2 (Froyo) QWERTY KEYBOARD BACKLIGHT Yes CUSTOM NAVIGATION Multiple, customizable home screens (seven) DEDICATED KEYS Volume control, Camera, Back, Search, Menu, Power/Lock, Home HAPTIC FEEDBACK KEYPAD LOCK LIGHT-RESPONSIVE DISPLAY PINCH TO ZOOM TOUCH SCREEN VIRTUAL KEYBOARD VOICE COMMANDS

PERSONALIZATION
RINGTONE FORMATS AAC, AAC+, eAAC, eAAC+, MP3, OGG RINGTONES4

PHYSICAL
DISPLAY TYPE TFT WEIGHT

Preloaded and downloadable WALLPAPERS4 Preloaded and downloadable

169 grams SIZE (H X W X D) 60.5 x 116.3 x 13.7 mm DISPLAY SIZE 3.7-in.; FWVGA (480 x 854) ANTENNA TYPE Internal FORM FACTOR Slider

PRODUCTIVITY AND SOFTWARE
CALCULATOR CALENDAR Calendar, Corporate (Exchange) calendar CLOCK Alarm clock FLIGHT MODE

TECHNOLOGY
MEMORY9 up 8 GB on board, 8 GB microSD preinstalled, expandable up to 32 GB PROCESSOR 1 GHz processor ACCELEROMETER Yes NETWORKS4 CDMA 1X 800/1900, EVDO rev. A REMOVABLE MEMORY10 supports up to 32 GB microSD SENSORS Proximity, ambient light and eCompass

1. Network dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges, and/or additional charges may apply. Photo ID and ring tone assignment to the Address Book entries, must be saved on the phone and not the SIM card. 2. All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, and voice, data and other application usage patterns. All screen images are simulated. 3. All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features selected, and voice, data and other application usage patterns. 4. Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges, and/or additional charges may apply. Wireless email functionality requires an email account with wireless server capabilities. 5. Bluetooth technology is a low-power, short-range wireless technology that enables certain types of wireless communication between products equipped with Bluetooth technology. In order for products equipped with Bluetooth technology to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same profiles. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www. motorola.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain features including those listed may not be supported by all products equipped with Bluetooth technology, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality. 6. Data transmission speed is approximate and depends on the traffic on the network. Actual speeds will vary and are often less than the maximum possible. 7. Phone dependent feature 8. Airtime, data charges, and/or additional charges may apply to applications. Certain applications or features may not be available in all areas. Some listed applications may be trial versions. See your service provider for details. 9. Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider. 10. The unauthorized copying of copyrighted materials is contrary to the provisions of the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries. This device is intended solely for copying non-copyrighted materials, materials in which you own the copyright, or materials which you are authorized or legally permitted to copy. If you are uncertain about your right to copy any material, please contact your legal advisor. The Office, property of NBC Studios used under license. PrimeTime2Go is a trademark of Quickplay Inc.

Google, Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, Google Latitude, Google Talk, YouTube, Google Quick Search Box, Android, and Android Market are trademarks of Google, Inc. DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license.

Airtime, data charges, and/or additional charges may apply to applications. Certain applications or features may not be available in all areas. Some listed applications may be trial versions. See your service provider for details.

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DROID 2 - Calendar How do I use the calendar?

Calendar works with Google Calendar web-based service for creating and managing events, meetings, and appointments. When you first set up your phone, you configured it to use an existing Google Account, or you created a new account. The first time you open the Calendar application on your phone, it displays any existing calendar events from your Google Account on the web. To create an event:

1. Open you calendar by either tapping on the Google Calendar widget

on your homescreen or launch Calendar application Applications tray

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2. Press Menu to get Calendar options 3. Touch New Event to open the Event details screen. You can also touch & hold a spot in Day, Week, or Month view to open a menu where you can touch New Event, to open the Event details screen with that day and time pre-entered. Touch "Today" icon to move attention to the current day. 4. Add details about the event. Tap in a text box for the keyboard to enter a name, time, and optional additional events about the event, just as you do in Google Calendar on the web. Any contacts from your established Gmail, Enterprise and Social Networking accounts can be searched to contact for an event. If you have more than one calendar, you can choose the calendar you want to add the event to.

5. You can touch the X button or press Menu > Add reminders to add additional reminders 6. Press Menu and touch Show extra options to add additional details about the event. 7. Scroll to the bottom of the Event details screen and touch Save. The event is added to your calendar.

Feel free to invite others to the event and configure additional details when you open the event in Google Calendar on the web. To change your calendar view: 1. From the Applications Menu, touch Calendar

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5. Your available Calendars, Weather, and US Holidays will be represented by a different color on this chart and on your calendars. Uncheck any you do not wish to have displayed in your Calendar's unified view.

Be sure to visit Google Calendar on the web (http://calendar.google.com) to learn more about the features the web and phone versions share, and to learn about and use web-only features.

Notes: Meetings can be accepted and rejected via the calendar application, not the email application. After you setup your calendar you need to open the calendar application to allow the first sync. Click here to learn how to Sync / Unsync your Google account Calendar. When you access the calendar in day view the current time view is determined by the time of day.

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