JP2009065491A - Communication terminal device and program - Google Patents

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JP2009065491A
JP2009065491A JP2007232192A JP2007232192A JP2009065491A JP 2009065491 A JP2009065491 A JP 2009065491A JP 2007232192 A JP2007232192 A JP 2007232192A JP 2007232192 A JP2007232192 A JP 2007232192A JP 2009065491 A JP2009065491 A JP 2009065491A
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Yu Sasaki
Yosuke Saso
佑 佐々木
洋介 佐相
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When a transmission instruction is given from the outside to a communication terminal apparatus to control the contents under a certain condition, the transmission side can easily control the communication terminal apparatus with a high degree of freedom.
The central control unit 11 controls the contents of the external instruction information when an instruction to transmit arbitrary contents under an arbitrary condition is given from the outside (another mobile phone device 11 or the like). And the execution condition that triggers the execution are received from the wireless communication unit 16 and stored in the external instruction information storage unit RC. In this state, the central control unit 11 detects the current usage state corresponding to the execution condition, compares the detection result with the execution condition, and determines whether or not the execution condition is satisfied. Based on the result, the control content corresponding to the execution condition is executed.
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  The present invention relates to a communication terminal device such as a mobile phone device and a program.

Conventionally, in a communication terminal device, a technique has been disclosed in which the time at which a file is activated can be specified on the transmission side that transmitted the file (see Patent Document 1). That is, when the time data and file (including moving image data, still image data, and audio data) specified on the information provider side are received via wireless communication and the time indicated by the received time data is reached, the data is received. A portable terminal device that activates and executes a file is disclosed.
JP 2006-148844 A

   However, in the above-described communication terminal device, the only condition that can be specified as the timing to start the file is time data. Therefore, the degree of freedom of the condition that can be specified on the transmission side (information providing side) is low, and at the specified time. Since the content of the control executed when it arrives is only the activation of the file, it is not possible to designate the control content other than the file activation on the transmission side, and the degree of freedom of the control content that can be designated is low.

 An object of the present invention is to enable a communication terminal apparatus to easily control the communication terminal apparatus with a high degree of freedom when a transmission instruction is given to the communication terminal apparatus to control the contents as a certain condition. It is to be.

According to the first aspect of the present invention, when a transmission instruction is given from the outside that an arbitrary content should be controlled under an arbitrary condition, the control content that constitutes the external instruction information and the execution condition that triggers the execution are provided. Receiving means for receiving; storage means for storing the control contents and execution conditions received by the receiving means in association with each other; and detecting means for detecting a usage situation corresponding to the execution conditions stored in the storage means; A determination means for determining whether or not an execution condition stored in the storage means is satisfied based on a detection result by the detection means; and a determination result stored in the storage means based on the determination result by the determination means. And executing means for executing the control contents.
Furthermore, a program for realizing the main functions shown in the invention described in claim 1 is provided to the computer (the invention described in claim 17).

The invention described in claim 1 described above may be as follows.
When control content and execution conditions are received by the receiving means, notification to the user of reception is suppressed (invention of claim 2).

  The execution condition is a condition related to a position of the communication terminal device, the detection means detects the position of the communication terminal apparatus, and the determination means determines the execution condition based on the position detected by the detection means. It is determined whether or not it is satisfied (the invention according to claim 3).

  The execution condition is a condition related to the status of the operating power supply of the communication terminal device, the detecting means detects the status of the operating power supply of the communication terminal device, and the determining means is the operating power supply detected by the detecting means. Whether or not the execution condition is satisfied is determined based on the above situation (the invention according to claim 4).

  The execution condition is a condition related to a style that is an arrangement state of a casing of the communication terminal device, the detection unit detects a style of the communication terminal device, and the determination unit detects the style detected by the detection unit. Based on the above, it is determined whether or not the execution condition is satisfied (the invention according to claim 5).

  The execution condition is a condition related to an operation of a function installed in the communication terminal device, the detection unit detects an operation of the function installed in the communication terminal device, and the determination unit includes the detection unit. Whether or not the execution condition is satisfied is determined on the basis of the operation of the function detected by (5).

The invention described in claim 6 may be as follows.
The condition relating to the operation of the function is detection of a predetermined place by a predetermined function (the invention according to claim 7). The condition relating to the operation of the function is activation of a predetermined function (the invention according to claim 8). The condition relating to the operation of the function is the amount used in the predetermined function (the invention according to claim 9). The condition relating to the operation of the function is the use time or use place of the predetermined function (the invention according to claim 10). The condition relating to the operation of the function is the start of communication of a predetermined function (the invention according to claim 11). The condition relating to the operation of the function is designation of a communication partner by a predetermined function (invention of claim 12).

  The control content instructs to output the data stored in the communication terminal device or the data received by the receiving unit together with the control content and the execution condition (the invention according to claim 13).

  The control content instructs the data stored in the communication terminal device or the data received together with the control content and the execution condition by the receiving means to be transmitted to the outside (the invention according to claim 14).

  The control content instructs to activate the function installed in the communication terminal device or the function received together with the control content and the execution condition by the receiving means (the invention according to claim 15).

  The control content instructs to transmit the function installed in the communication terminal device or the function received together with the control content and the execution condition by the receiving means (the invention according to claim 16).

  According to the present invention, when a communication terminal apparatus is instructed to perform control of content that is a certain condition, the transmission side can easily control the communication terminal apparatus with a high degree of freedom. This can greatly improve convenience.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a communication network system that can be used by a mobile phone device applied as a communication terminal device.
When the mobile phone device 1 is connected to the mobile communication network 2 from the nearest base station 2A and exchange 2B, the mobile phone device 1 becomes in a state where it can talk to another mobile phone device 1 via the mobile communication network 2, and When connected to the mail server 3 via the mobile communication network 2, it is possible to send / receive electronic mail to / from the mail server 3. In addition, the mobile phone device 1 can transmit and receive data such as mail addresses, files, and schedules to and from other mobile phone devices 1 via the mobile communication network 2 by data communication. In addition, when the mobile phone device 1 is connected to the Internet 4 via the mobile communication network 2, the mobile phone device 1 can access and browse a Web site, and is connected to the function distribution server 5 via the Internet 4. The functions distributed by the function distribution server 5 (new functions, revised functions, etc.) can be downloaded and registered.

  In addition, the cellular phone device 1 can receive a digital terrestrial broadcast transmitted from a TV station / radio station (broadcast station) 6 via a transmission base station 7 and view the broadcast content. Further, the mobile phone device 1 can acquire current position information based on a signal received from a GPS (Global Positioning System) satellite 8. Furthermore, the cellular phone device 1 can transmit and receive data such as mail addresses, files, and schedules to and from other cellular phone devices 1 by infrared communication (near field communication). The mobile phone device 1 can perform non-contact IC communication with an automatic ticket gate 9 installed at a station or an electronic payment machine 10 installed at a store or the like.

FIG. 2 is a block diagram showing basic components of the mobile phone device 1.
The mobile phone device 1 is, for example, a two-axis rotation type mobile phone device in which two housings (an operation unit housing and a display unit housing) are openably and closably attached. Is equipped with various communication functions such as a call function (telephone function), an e-mail function, an Internet connection function (Web access function), a GPS communication function, a broadcast reception function, an infrared communication function, an electronic payment function, and a ticket function. In addition, various data management functions include an address book function and a schedule function.

  The central control unit 11 is a central processing unit that controls the overall operation of the cellular phone device 1 according to various programs in the ROM 12. The ROM 12 has a program area and a data area, and a program for realizing the present embodiment is stored in this program area in accordance with operation procedures shown in FIGS. The RAM 13 is an internal memory having a work area, which will be described later, an execution condition table storage unit EX, a control content table storage unit CT, an external instruction information storage unit RC, a style information storage unit SY, a function storage unit FC, and an address book storage unit AD. A data storage unit DT, a schedule book storage unit SD, a mail storage unit ML, and the like. The external storage medium 14 is a detachable portable memory configured by an SD card, an IC card, or the like, and is connected to the mobile phone device 1 via the external storage medium connection unit 15.

  The wireless communication unit 16 includes a wireless unit, a baseband unit, a demultiplexing unit, and the like. For example, data is exchanged with the nearest base station 2A during a call function, an e-mail function, an Internet connection function, or a data communication function. When the call function is in operation, a signal is received from the receiving side of the baseband unit and demodulated into a received baseband signal, and then output from the transmitting speaker SP via the audio signal processing unit 17, or The input voice data from the receiving microphone MC is taken in from the voice signal processing unit 17 and encoded into a transmission baseband signal, which is then given to the transmission side of the baseband unit and transmitted from the antenna.

  The TV broadcast / radio broadcast communication unit 18 includes a TV broadcast reception unit and a radio broadcast reception unit, which can be individually activated. The terrestrial digital TV broadcast and the terrestrial broadcasting for communication terminal devices such as mobile phones are provided. In addition to digital wave radio broadcasting, program information such as an electronic program guide (EPG) can be received. The TV broadcast / radio broadcast communication unit 18 is connected to a dedicated antenna and receives a reception unit (analog circuit unit) that extracts a broadcast signal. The received broadcast signal is demodulated or multiplexed by OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing). It has a digital circuit unit that separates the broadcast signal from video, audio, and data (character data) and decodes the compressed data. Here, the received television video data and character data are displayed from the display unit 19 using high-definition liquid crystal or organic EL, and the television sound or radio sound data is output from the sound speaker 20.

  The infrared communication unit 21 performs, for example, one-to-one communication at a communication distance of about 1 m, and transmits / receives data such as mail addresses and files to / from other mobile phone devices 1. The non-contact IC communication unit 22 constitutes an electronic payment function and a ticket function, and performs non-contact IC communication with the automatic ticket gate 9 or the electronic payment machine 10. The central control unit 11 A ticket function process and an electronic payment function process are executed according to non-contact IC communication. The GPS communication unit 23 receives and acquires GPS information from the GPS satellite 8, and the central control unit 11 calculates and acquires its own position information based on the signal received from the GPS communication unit 23.

  The operation unit 24 performs dial input, character input, command input, and the like. The central control unit 11 executes processing according to an input signal from the operation unit 24. The RTC (real-time clock module) 25 constitutes a clock unit, and the central control unit 11 acquires the current date and time from the RTC 25. The style detection unit 26 detects each style (open style, view style, etc.) that changes according to the positional relationship between the two casings (display unit casing, operation unit casing) that constitute the two-axis rotation type apparatus main body. It can be detected and is constituted by a magnetic sensor or a micro switch, and detects which style is changed from which style according to the style change.

  In this embodiment, the central control unit 11 controls the contents of the external instruction information when an instruction to transmit arbitrary contents under an arbitrary condition is given from the outside (another mobile phone device 11 or the like). And the execution condition that triggers the execution are received from the wireless communication unit 16 and stored in the external instruction information storage unit RC. In this state, the central control unit 11 detects the current usage state corresponding to the execution condition, compares the detection result with the execution condition, and determines whether or not the execution condition is satisfied. Based on the result, the control content corresponding to the execution condition is executed. As a result, on the transmitting side that transmits the external instruction information, it is possible to control the mobile phone device 1 by instructing the mobile phone device 1 to transmit that the content that is a certain condition should be controlled.

  For example, in the case of inviting a friend to the home, an execution condition is used to instruct the mobile phone device 1 possessed by the friend that “if you come near the home, display that fact”. When the external instruction information including “location information near the home” and “display indicating that it is near the home” is transmitted to the mobile phone device 1 of the friend as the control content, the mobile phone that has received the external instruction information The telephone device 1 stores the control contents and execution conditions in association with each other. In this state, the mobile phone device 1 monitors whether or not the current position is near the visited house while acquiring the current position information from the GPS communication unit 23, and notifies that when approaching the visited house. The guidance process to be displayed is executed.

  In addition, when a parent contacts a child on the way to school, the parent (sender) is instructed to display a message indicating that he / she wants to contact you by e-mail after passing through the ticket gate at the nearest station. When the external instruction information including “entered the ticket gate” as the execution condition and “display indicating that mail communication is desired” as the control content is transmitted to the child's mobile phone device 1, The telephone device 1 stores the control contents and the execution conditions in association with each other, and when the non-contact IC communication unit 22 detects the passage of the ticket gate (entrance), the telephone device 1 executes a guidance process to display that effect. I have to.

  In addition, the execution conditions are not limited to the conditions related to the position of the mobile phone device 1 and the conditions related to passing the ticket gate, but the conditions related to the status of the operating power supply, the conditions related to the style that is the arrangement status of the housing, and the conditions related to the operation of the functions. The control content is not limited to data display, but may be data transmission, function activation, and the like. Thus, for example, when a change to a style with the housing opened is detected, the sender's face image and sound are output, and when the power-on is detected, the sender's instruction message is displayed. It becomes possible.

FIG. 3 is a diagram for explaining the execution condition table storage unit EX.
The execution condition table storage unit EX defines an execution condition that triggers execution of a certain control, and includes items of “condition type”, “condition content”, and “detection start flag”. “Condition type (designated code)” and “condition content (designated code)” are items that define execution conditions in detail for each type using a designated code. “Condition type” indicates the type of execution condition. For example, “position”, “power”, “style”, “function”, “continuous use”, “use amount”, “use environment”, “ticket gate” , “Designating codes” “A01”, “A02” to “A09”... Are stored in correspondence with “others”,.

  The “condition contents” corresponding to “position (designation code A01)” is “entered (designation code B11)” in “where (designation by position information)” or “exit” (designation code B12). "Or ... The “condition content” corresponding to “power supply (designation code A02)” indicates whether the power supply is “on (designation code B21)”, “off (designation code B22)”,. In addition, the “condition content” corresponding to “style (designation code A03)” is “which style (designation code specified by the style identification information)” becomes “designation code B31” or “which style” is “stopped” ( Designation code 02 32) ", or. The style identification information is arbitrary as long as it can identify the style, such as a style name and a style ID.

  The “condition content” corresponding to “function (designation code A04)” is “which function (designated by function identification information)” is “activated (designation code B41)”, or “which function” is “finished (designation) Code B42) "or. The function identification information is arbitrary as long as it can identify the function, such as a function name and a function ID. The “condition content” corresponding to “continuous use (designation code A05)” is “what function (designated by function identification information)” “minutes (designated by time)”, “continuous use (designation code B51) ) "Or ... The “condition contents” corresponding to “use amount (designation code A06)” is “what function (designated by function identification information)” “how many times (designated by the number of times)” and “used (designation code B61)” ”,“ What function ”“ how much (specified by amount) ”,“ used ”, etc.

  The “condition contents” corresponding to “use environment (designation code A07)” is “what function (designated by function identification information)” “what time (designated by time)”, “used (designation code B71)” , “Which function” indicates “Where (specified by position information)”, “Used”, and so on. “Conditions” corresponding to “Ticket (designation code A08)” are “Ticket entered (designation code B81)” of “Which station (designated by station identification information)” and “Ticket” of “any station”. (Designation code B82) ". The station identification information is arbitrary as long as it is information that can identify a station, such as a station name, station position information, and a station ID. Also, the “condition contents” corresponding to “partner (designation code A09)” is “who (designated by partner identification information)” “designated (designation code B91)” or “sent” (designated) Code B92) ”or... The partner identification information is arbitrary as long as it is information that can identify the partner, such as a name, a telephone number, a mail address, and an address book ID. The “detection start flag” indicates a state in which the external instruction information of the corresponding condition type is received and stored. When the central control unit 11 receives and stores the control content and the execution condition constituting the external instruction information In addition, the condition type included in the execution condition is determined, and “1” is set in the “detection start flag” corresponding to the condition type.

FIG. 4 is a diagram for explaining the control content table storage unit CT.
The control content table storage unit CT defines the control content and has items of “control type (designated code)” and “control content (designated code)”. The “control type” and “control content” are items that define the control content in detail by the specified code for each type. The “control type” includes, for example, “output”, “transmission”, “activation”,. The designation codes “C01”, “C02”, “C03”. The “control content” corresponding to this “output” includes “in which data (designated by data identification information)” of “stored data (designated code D11)” is output in the external instruction information described above. It controls whether the included data, that is, “received data (designated code D12)” is output.

  The “stored data” is data stored in advance in the ROM 12, RAM 13, data storage unit DT, etc., and the data identification information is arbitrary as long as it is information that can identify the data such as the data name. Yes (hereinafter the same). Further, “control contents” corresponding to “output” is output to an output device (display unit 19, sound speaker 20, vibration motor, etc.) provided in the mobile phone device 1, and although not shown, the mobile phone The output may be output to an external device connected to the device 1 via a cable, for example, an external speaker such as an earphone, an external monitor such as a television, or a PC (personal computer).

  “Control contents” corresponding to “transmission” is “where data (designated by data identification information)” among “stored data (designation code D21)” “where (designated by transmission destination identification information)” It controls whether or not “received data (designation code D22)” is sent to “where (designated by destination identification information)”. In addition, “control contents” corresponding to “transmission” includes “which function (designated by function identification information)” among “stored functions (designation code D23)” and “where” (designated by transmission destination identification information). ) ”Or“ where (specified by destination identification information) ”is transmitted to“ received function (designation code D24) ”. The transmission destination identification information is arbitrary as long as it can identify the transmission destination, such as a telephone number, an e-mail address, an IP address, etc., and another mobile phone device 1 indicated by this transmission destination or a PC (personal computer), etc. The data or function is transmitted to the destination. The transmission destination may be its own PC.

  The “control content” corresponding to “activation” includes “which function (designated by function identification information)” among “stored functions (designated code D31)” or “received function (designated code D32). ) ”To control whether to activate. The “stored function” is a function stored in advance in the ROM 12, RAM 13, function storage unit FC, etc., and the function identification information may be information such as a function name or function ID that can identify the function. (The same applies hereinafter).

FIG. 5 is a diagram for explaining the external instruction information storage unit RC.
The external instruction information storage unit RC stores the received external instruction information when a transmission instruction is given from the outside (such as another mobile phone device 11) that any content should be controlled under an arbitrary condition. Each item includes “external instruction information ID”, “content”, and “discrimination flag”, and “content” includes items “execution condition”, “control content”, and “data / function”. . The “execution condition” includes the above-described condition type (position, power supply, style,... Partner) and a specification code indicating the condition content. For example, the “execution condition” when position information is included is “condition type A01, position information, condition content B11”. Further, the “control content” when outputting the received data is “condition type CO1, control content D12”. “Data / function” indicates actual data of data or an actual program of functions. The “determination flag” is a flag that is “1” when the corresponding “execution condition” is satisfied (a flag indicating that the execution condition is satisfied).

FIG. 6 is a diagram for explaining the style information storage unit SY.
The style information storage unit SY is a style that changes according to the positional relationship between the two casings (display unit casing and operation unit casing) that form the two-axis rotation type device body, that is, the mobile phone device 1. The style IDs corresponding to the closed style, the open style, the view style, etc. are stored as the styles of the housing arrangement status, and each item includes “style ID” and “style name”. . The style identification information described above is defined by the “style ID” or “style name” in the style information storage unit SY.

FIG. 7 is a diagram for explaining the address book storage unit AD.
The address book storage unit AD stores information related to a communication partner, and includes items of “address book ID”, “name”, “phone number”, “mail address”,. ing. The partner identification information described above is defined by any one of “address book ID”, “name”, “phone number”, “mail address”,... In the address book storage unit AD.

FIG. 8 is a diagram for explaining the function storage unit FC.
The function storage unit FC stores the program for each function, and has items of “function ID”, “function name”, “actual program”,. The central control unit 11 acquires the functions distributed from the function distribution server 5 and sequentially registers them in the function storage unit FC. If the function program is stored in the ROM 12 in advance, registration in the “actual program” of the function storage unit FC is omitted. The function identification information described above is defined by any one of “function ID”, “function name”,... In the function storage unit FC.

FIG. 9 is a diagram for explaining the data storage unit DT.
The data storage unit DT stores the actual data (for example, still images, moving images, illustrations, messages, etc.) for each type of data. Each item of “data ID”, “data name”, “actual data”,. have. The central control unit 11 sequentially registers data downloaded and acquired via the Internet 4 or data read from the external storage medium 14 in the data storage unit DT. The data identification information described above is defined by any one of “data ID”, “data name”,... In the data storage unit DT.

  Next, the operation concept of the cellular phone device 1 in this embodiment will be described with reference to the flowcharts shown in FIGS. Here, each function described in these flowcharts is stored in the form of a readable program code, and operations according to the program code are sequentially executed. In addition, the operation according to the above-described program code transmitted via the transmission medium can be sequentially executed. In other words, in addition to the recording medium, an operation peculiar to this embodiment can be executed by using a program / data supplied externally via a transmission medium.

 FIG. 10 and FIG. 11 are flowcharts showing the overall operation of the mobile phone device that starts executing when the power is turned on (power on). First, when a power-on operation for turning on the power is performed (YES in step A1), the central control unit 11 operates the wireless communication unit 16 to perform standby processing for registering the current position, and also performs predetermined standby. The telephone / email standby state is entered while the image is read and displayed (step A2). Then, the process proceeds to the control process A (power supply) (step A3).

  FIG. 12 is a flowchart showing a control process A (power supply) that is started in response to a power supply operation. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX to read the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “power supply” (step B1), and whether the flag = 1, in other words, the power supply It is checked whether or not external instruction information having the execution condition as a condition is received and stored (step B2). If the “detection start flag” is “0” and the external instruction information whose execution condition is the current power supply status is not received and stored, the process returns to the overall flow shown in FIGS. If “” is “1” (YES in step B2), the power on / off state is detected as the current use state (step B3) and the execution is executed from the external instruction information whose “condition type” is “power”. The condition is read (step B4), and it is checked whether or not the detected current power supply condition satisfies the execution condition (step B5).

  If the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A02, B21 (power is turned on)” and the power-off operation is performed, the current power status does not satisfy the execution condition in the external instruction information. Therefore (NO in step B5), the process returns to the overall flow described above. However, since the execution condition is satisfied when the power-on operation is performed (YES in step B5), the “determination flag” in the external instruction information including this execution condition is satisfied. After storing “1” indicating that the condition is satisfied (step B6), the process proceeds to a control content execution process for executing the control content corresponding to the execution condition (step B7).

  FIG. 13 is a flowchart for explaining the control content execution process in detail. In addition to the above-described control process A (power supply), execution is started in accordance with the establishment of a condition in each of the control processes B to H described later. First, the central control unit 11 reads “control content” from the external instruction information whose “discrimination flag” is “1” (step C1), discriminates the control type (steps C2 and C3), which is “C01”. If (output) "(YES in step C2), the data designated by this" control content "is output (step C4). That is, it is determined whether “stored data (designated code D11)” or “received data (designated code D12)” is included as an output target, and “designated code D11” is included. If so, the data storage unit DT or the like is searched based on “which data” to read out the corresponding data as an output target. If “specified code D12” is included, the data in the external instruction information is read. After reading out as an output target, the data is output from the display unit 19 and the sound speaker 20.

  If the control type is “C02 (transmission)” (YES in step C3), it is checked whether data transmission is specified or function transmission is specified with reference to this “control content” (step C5). If transmission is designated, the transmission target data is transmitted to the designated destination (step C6). That is, it is determined whether “stored data (designated code D21)” or “received data (designated code D22)” is included as an output target, and “designated code D21” is included. If so, the data storage unit DT or the like is searched based on “which data” to read the corresponding data as an output target. If “designation code D22” is included, the data in the external instruction information is read. The data is read as an output target, and further, the transmission destination identification information is read from the “control content”, and then the data is transmitted to the telephone number, mail address, and IP address indicated by the transmission destination identification information.

  If function transmission is designated (NO in step C5), the function to be transmitted is transmitted to the designated counterpart (step C7). That is, it is determined whether “stored function (designated code D23)” or “received function (designated code D24)” is included as an output target, and “designated code D23” is included. If so, the function storage unit FC is searched based on “which function” to read out the corresponding function as an output target, and if “designation code D24” is included, the function in the external instruction information is read. Read out as an output target, and further read out the destination identification information from this “control content”, and then send the function to the telephone number, mail address, and IP address indicated by the destination identification information.

  If the control type is “activation (03)” (NO in step C3), the function designated by this “control content” is activated (step C8). That is, it is determined whether “stored function (designated code D31)” or “received function (designated code D32)” is included as an activation target. Here, if “designation code D31” is included, the corresponding function is designated as an activation target by searching the function storage unit FC based on “which function”, and “received function” is designated. If so, the function in the external instruction information is designated as an activation target, and then the designated function is activated.

  Thus, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information at the time of power-on operation, for example, generates a melody sound instructed by the sender, displays a face photograph of the sender or an emergency message, Control according to the operation on, such as starting a special function specified by the sender. Thereafter, “0” is stored in the “determination flag” in the external instruction information and reset (step C9), and the process returns to the overall flow described above.

  When such control processing A (power supply) is completed (step A3 in FIG. 10), the central control unit 11 checks whether there is a registration operation that instructs registration in the function storage unit FC and the data storage unit DT (FIG. 10). Step A4). If a registration operation has been performed, the process proceeds to registration processing in the function storage unit FC and data storage unit DT (step A5). That is, the central control unit 11 downloads and acquires functions distributed from the function distribution server 5 and sequentially registers them in the function storage unit FC, or downloads and acquires data via the Internet 4 or data read from the external storage medium 14 Are sequentially registered in the data storage unit DT.

  On the other hand, when external instruction information is received from another mobile phone device 1 or the like in the standby state (YES in step A6 in FIG. 10), the external instruction information is captured and additionally stored in the external instruction information storage unit RC. After that (step A7), the condition type is read from the “execution condition” of the external instruction information (step A8), the execution condition table storage unit EX is searched based on this condition type, and “detection start” corresponding to the corresponding type is searched. “1” is stored in the “flag” (step A9). In this case, when the control contents and execution conditions are received, the above-described processes (steps A7 to A9) are performed without performing reception notification to that effect. The reception of the external instruction information is not limited to being received via the wireless communication unit 16, and may be received via the infrared communication unit 21 or the non-contact IC communication unit 22. That is, the communication means for transmitting / receiving the external instruction information is arbitrary.

In the standby state, when a style change (style change) is detected by the style detection unit 26 (YES in step A10), the process proceeds to control processing B (style) (step A11).
FIG. 14 is a flowchart showing a control process B (style) that is started in response to detection of a style change. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX, reads out the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “style” (step D1), and whether the flag = 1, in other words, the style It is checked whether or not the external instruction information with the execution condition is received and stored (step D2).

  If the detection start flag is “0” and the external instruction information with the style as the execution condition has not been received and stored, the process returns to the overall flow described above, but if the detection start flag is “1” (in step D2). YES), the style before the change and the style after the change are detected as the current usage status (step D3). That is, when a style change is detected by the style detection unit 26, it is detected as a current usage state from which style the style is changed. Then, the execution condition is read from the external instruction information whose “condition type” is “style” (step D4), and it is checked whether the detected style satisfies the execution condition (step D5).

  When the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A03, style identification information, B31 (becomes XX style)”, the changed style is compared with the execution condition style, and the changed style is executed. If it is not the condition style, the execution condition is not satisfied (NO in step D5), and the process returns to the overall flow described above. However, if the execution condition is changed, the execution condition is satisfied (in step D5). (YES), “1” indicating that the condition is satisfied is stored in the “discrimination flag” in the external instruction information including the execution condition (step D6). On the other hand, when the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A03, style identification information, B32 (which style is stopped)”, the style before change is compared with the style of the execution condition as a result of comparison. If it is an execution condition style, that is, if the execution condition style is stopped (released), the execution condition is satisfied (YES in step D5), so "1" is stored in the "discrimination flag". (Step D6).

  Then, the process proceeds to the above-described control content execution process of FIG. 13 (step D7). In this way, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information when detecting a style change, for example, generates a melody sound instructed by the sender, displays a face photograph or message of the sender, Control according to the style change, such as starting a special function specified by the user.

If the position detection timing (for example, every 10 seconds) is reached in the standby state (YES in step A12 in FIG. 10), the control process C (position) is executed (step A13).
FIG. 15 is a flowchart showing the control process C (position) that is started according to the position detection timing. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX to read the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “position” (step E1), and whether the flag = 1 (the position is the execution condition). Whether the external instruction information is received and stored) (step E2). If the detection start flag is “0” and the external instruction information having the position as the execution condition is not received and stored, the process returns to the overall flow described above, but if the detection start flag is “1” (in step E2). (YES), the current position is acquired from the GPS communication unit 23 as the current use status (step E3), and this position information is additionally stored in the RAM 13 as a position history (step E4). Then, the execution condition is read from the external instruction information whose “condition type” is “position” (step E5), and it is checked whether the detected position satisfies the execution condition (step E6).

  When the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A01, position information, B11 (entered into OO)”, the detected current position, the stored history position (previous position), and the position information of the execution condition If the current position deviates from the execution condition position, the execution condition is not satisfied (NO in step E6), and the process returns to the overall flow described above. In addition, if the current position matches the execution condition position when the previous position is out of the execution condition position, or if the current position is close to the execution condition position, the execution condition is satisfied. Therefore (YES in step E6), “1” indicating the satisfaction of the condition is stored in the “discrimination flag” of the external instruction information including the execution condition (step E7). On the other hand, when the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A01, position information, B12 (from where)”, when the previous position is the execution condition position and the current position is out of the execution condition position Since the execution condition is satisfied (YES in step E6), “1” is stored in the “discrimination flag” (step E7).

  Then, the process proceeds to the above-described control content execution process of FIG. 13 (step E8). In this way, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information and outputs, for example, a message indicating that it is near the home when the visitor comes to the position designated by the sender (near the sender's home). The control according to the position change is performed such that the navigation function for the pedestrian is activated and the detailed route to the house is guided.

If an address book activation operation is performed in the standby state (YES in step A14 in FIG. 10), the process proceeds to address book processing (step A15).
FIG. 16 is a flowchart for explaining in detail the address book process (Step A15 in FIG. 10) started in response to the address book activation operation. First, the central control unit 11 activates the address book function program to display a list of the contents of the address book storage unit AD (step F1), and then sets the number of use of the address book stored in the RAM 13 to “1”. Is added and updated (step F2), and a timer for measuring the continuous use time of the address book is started (step F3). In this state, the process proceeds to the control process D (function) (step F4).

  FIG. 17 is a flowchart showing a control process D (function) that is started in response to the operation on / off of the function. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX to read the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “function” (step G1), and whether flag = 1 (function execution condition) (Step G2) and if the detection start flag is “0” and the external instruction information having the function as an execution condition is not received and stored, Return. If the detection start flag is “1” (YES in step G2), the function activated or terminated by the current operation is detected as the current usage status (step G3), and the “condition type” is “ The execution condition is read from the external instruction information of “function” (step G4), and it is checked whether the detected function satisfies the execution condition (step G5).

  Now, when the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A04, function identification information, B42 (XX function ended)” and the address book activation operation is performed, the execution condition in the external instruction information is satisfied. If not (NO in step G5), the process returns to the overall flow described above. Further, when the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A04, function identification information, B41 (function activated)”, the function identification information indicates the address book, and when the address book activation operation is performed, the execution condition Is satisfied (YES in step G5), "1" indicating that the condition is satisfied is stored in the "discrimination flag" in the external instruction information including the execution condition (step G6), and then the control content execution process of FIG. (Step G7). In this way, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information when starting the address book, and outputs, for example, a message instructed by the sender (a message prompting address book registration, a message prompting contact), etc. Control according to the start-up. When the control process D (function) described above ends (step F4 in FIG. 16), the process proceeds to control process E (use amount / use environment) (step F5).

  FIG. 18 is a flowchart showing a control process E (use amount / use environment) that is started during the operation of the function. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX, reads the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “use amount or use environment” (step H1), and is flag = 1 ( Whether or not the external instruction information having the usage amount or the usage environment as an execution condition is received and stored) (step H2), the detection start flag is “0”, and the external instruction information having the usage amount or the usage environment as the execution condition is If it is not received and stored, the process returns to the overall flow described above.

  If the detection start flag is “1” (YES in step H2), the execution condition is read from the external instruction information whose “condition type” is “use amount or use environment” (step H3). The corresponding usage amount (usage count, usage amount) or usage environment (usage time, usage location) is detected as the current usage status (step H4). That is, when the usage amount is included in the execution condition of the external instruction information, the usage count updated in the above-described step F2 is read as the usage amount when the address book is activated, and is used as the execution condition of the external instruction information. When the environment is included, the current position is acquired from the GPS communication unit 23 or the current date and time is acquired from the RTC 25 as the use environment.

  The usage amount or usage environment detected in this way is compared with the execution condition of the external instruction information to check whether the usage amount or usage environment satisfies the execution condition (step H5). Now, if the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A06, function identification information, B62 (how many times the function has been used)”, if the number of times the address book is used is less than the specified number of times, Since the execution condition is not satisfied (NO in step H5), the process returns to the overall flow described above. However, if the function identification information indicates an address book and the number of uses is equal to or greater than the specified number, the execution condition is satisfied (step After “1” indicating that the condition is satisfied is stored in the “determination flag” in the external instruction information including the execution condition (step H6), the process proceeds to the control content execution process of FIG. 13 (step H7). . As described above, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information during the operation of the address book, and outputs, for example, a message instructed by the sender according to the number of times used / location of use / time of use of the address book. Control according to usage / environment.

  Next, in the flow of FIG. 16, when a data specifying operation is performed to select an arbitrary partner from the address book list screen (YES in step F6), the address book data of the partner is specified. (Step F7). Then, when a call operation for calling the designated partner is performed (step F8), a control process G (partner) to be described later is executed (step F9), and then a call is made to the telephone number of the partner (step F10). Communication processing is performed in a state where communication is possible according to the line connection with the other party (step F11). Note that the communication control process G (partner) may be performed even when the other party is simply selected and designated without performing the call operation. When a data registration operation is performed (YES in step F12), the process proceeds to an address book registration process in which new address book data is additionally registered or registration data is changed (step F13).

  FIG. 19 is a flowchart showing a control process G (partner) that is started in response to designation of a communication partner. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX to read the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “partner” (step K1), and whether the flag = 1 (the partner is executed as an execution condition) (Step K2) and if the detection start flag is “0” and the external instruction information with the other party as the execution condition is not received and stored, Return. If the detection start flag is “1” (YES in step K2), the current specified status (the presence / absence of the other party's specification operation and transmission operation) is detected as the current usage status (step K3). The execution condition is read from the external instruction information whose type is “partner” (step K4), and the detected designated status is compared with the execution condition of the external instruction information to check whether the designated condition satisfies the execution condition (step K5). ).

  Now, if the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A09, partner identification information, B92 (whether the call is sent to XX)”, the execution condition in the external instruction information is the only operation that specifies the partner. Since it is not satisfied (NO in step K5), the process returns to the overall flow described above. However, if a call operation is performed together with the other party's designation operation, the execution condition is satisfied (YES in step K5). After storing “1” indicating that the condition is satisfied in the “determination flag” in the external instruction information including (Step K6), the process proceeds to the control content execution process of FIG. 13 (Step K7). In this way, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information at the time of the partner's designation operation, and for example, causes the partner to output a message instructed by the sender, a face image of the partner, etc. Perform the appropriate control. FIG. 26 is a diagram exemplifying a map screen when a map showing the meeting place is displayed when an attempt is made to make a call to the meeting partner.

  Also, in the flow of FIG. 16, when a carry of the continuous use time timer started in step F3 (for example, carry every minute) is detected (YES in step F14), control processing F (continuous use) described later is performed. Move (step F15). The carry is not limited to 1 minute, and the time interval may be arbitrary, for example, 1 second, 30 seconds, and the like. When an end operation for instructing the end of the address book process is performed (YES in step F16), the process proceeds to the above-described control process D (function) in FIG. 17 (step F15). In this case, when the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A04, function identification information, B42 (XX function terminated)”, the function identification information indicates the address book, and the address book termination operation is performed. Then, it is determined that the execution condition in the external instruction information is satisfied, and the “discrimination flag” is set to “1”. If another operation is performed (YES in step F18), for example, processing such as search and deletion of address book data is performed as processing corresponding to the operation (step F19).

  FIG. 20 is a flowchart showing a control process F (continuous use) that is started every time the execution timing of continuous use is detected. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX to read the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “continuous use” (step L1), and whether the flag = 1 (continuous use). Whether or not the external instruction information to be executed is received and stored) (step L2). If the detection start flag is “0” and the external instruction information to be used for continuous use is not received and stored, the above-mentioned Return to the overall flow. If the detection start flag is “1” (YES in step L2), the continuous use time of the address book is detected as the current use state (step L3). That is, the timer time started in step F2 in FIG. 16 is read as the continuous use time. Then, the execution condition is read from the external instruction information whose “condition type” is “continuous use” (step L4), and the timer time is compared with the execution condition of the external instruction information to check whether the timer time satisfies the execution condition ( Step L5).

  Now, if the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A05, function identification information, B51 (how many XX functions are used continuously)”, if the continuous use time of the address book is less than the specified time, the external Since the execution condition in the instruction information is not satisfied (NO in step L5), the process returns to the overall flow described above. If the function identification information indicates an address book and the continuous use time is equal to or longer than the specified time, the execution condition is satisfied (YES in step L5), so the “determination flag” in the external instruction information including this execution condition. After storing “1” indicating that the condition is satisfied (step L6), the process proceeds to the control content execution process of FIG. 13 (step L7). In this way, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information during the operation of the address book, and responds to continuous use, for example, by outputting a message instructed by the sender according to the continuous use time of the address book. Control.

In the flow of FIG. 10, when a schedule activation operation is performed (YES in step A16), the process proceeds to schedule processing (step A17).
FIG. 21 is a flowchart for explaining the schedule process (step A17 in FIG. 10) in detail. First, the central control unit 11 activates the schedule book function program to display a list of the contents of the schedule book storage unit SD (step M1), and then sets the number of times of use of the schedule book stored in the RAM 13 to “1”. Is added and updated (step M2), and a timer for measuring the continuous use time of the schedule book is started (step M3). Then, the process proceeds to the above-described control processing D (function) in FIG. 17 (step M4), and when the schedule book is activated, for example, a message “Please register this schedule” is output, and the schedule function is activated. Control according to.

  Further, the above-described control process E (use amount / use environment) of FIG. 18 is executed (step M5). In this case, in the control process E (use amount / use environment) in FIG. 18, when the use amount is included in the execution condition of the external instruction information, the use count updated in the above-described step F2 at the time of starting the schedule is set. If the usage environment is included in the execution conditions of the external instruction information, the current position is acquired from the GPS communication unit 23 or the current date and time from the RTC 25 as the usage environment. Control according to (number of times used / place used / time used) is performed.

  When the advance of the continuous use time timer activated in step M3 is detected during the operation of the schedule book activated in this way (YES in step M6), the process proceeds to the above-described control process F (continuous use) in FIG. In step M7), control according to the continuous use of the schedule book is performed, and when an end operation for instructing the end of the schedule process is performed (YES in step M8), the control process D (function) in FIG. Control is performed according to the end of the schedule function (step M9). If another operation is performed (YES in step M10), for example, processing such as new registration, search, and deletion of schedule book data is performed as processing corresponding to the operation (step M11).

In the flow of FIG. 10, when a television viewing operation (television activation operation) is performed (YES in step A18), the process proceeds to television processing (step A19).
FIG. 22 is a flowchart for explaining in detail the television processing (step A19 in FIG. 10). First, the central control unit 11 activates the television broadcast / radio broadcast communication unit 18 (step N1), and then adds “1” to the number of times of television use stored in the RAM 13 to update it (step N2). ), A timer for measuring the TV continuous use time is started (step N3). Then, the process proceeds to the above-described control processing D (function) in FIG. 17 (step N4), and when the TV is activated, for example, a message “Recommend watching this program” is output. Take control.

  Further, the above-described control process E (usage / use environment) of FIG. 18 is executed (step N5). For example, the TV viewing time is detected, and if it is late at night, a message prompting to stop viewing is output. Control according to TV usage / use environment. In this case, in the control process E (use amount / use environment) in FIG. 18, when the use amount is included in the execution condition of the external instruction information, the use frequency updated in the above-described step F2 when the TV is started up. If the usage environment is included in the execution conditions of the external instruction information, the current position is acquired from the GPS communication unit 23 or the current date and time from the RTC 25 as the usage environment. Control according to (number of times used / place used / time used) is performed.

  After starting the television in this way, the television broadcast is received and the broadcast content is output (step N6). If the continuous use time timer activated at step N3 is detected during the television broadcast reception output (YES at step N7), the process proceeds to the above-described control process F (continuous use) in FIG. 20 (step N8). For example, in addition to outputting a message prompting the user to stop watching TV for more than one hour of continuous viewing, and forcing the TV to be turned off if it is still watching, control according to continuous use of the TV I do. When an end operation for instructing the end of the TV process is performed (YES in step N9), the process proceeds to the above-described control process D (function) in FIG. 17 (step N10), and control according to the end of the TV function is performed. . If another operation is performed (YES in step N11), for example, a process such as channel switching is performed as a process corresponding to the operation (step N12).

In the flow of FIG. 11, when an electronic payment function activation operation is performed (YES in step A20), the process proceeds to electronic payment function processing (step A21).
FIG. 23 is a flowchart for explaining in detail the electronic settlement function process (step A21 in FIG. 11). First, after starting the electronic payment function program (step P1), the central control unit 11 adds “1” to the number of times of use of the electronic payment function stored in the RAM 13 and updates it (step P2). . Then, the process proceeds to the above-described control processing D (function) in FIG. 17 (step P3), and when the electronic payment function is activated, for example, a message “do not waste” is output. Take control.

  Further, the above-described control process E (usage / usage environment) of FIG. 18 is executed (step P4). In this case, in the control process E (use amount / use environment) of FIG. 18, when the use amount is included in the execution condition of the external instruction information, it is updated in the above-described step F2 when the electronic settlement function is activated. The usage count is read as the usage amount, or the usage amount (payment amount, total payment amount) is acquired as the usage amount via the non-contact IC communication unit 22. Further, when the usage environment is included in the execution conditions of the external instruction information, the current position or the current date and time is acquired from the GPS communication unit 23 or the RTC 25 as the usage environment, and the usage / use environment (use count / use Control according to the amount of money / use location / use time). As a result, control according to the usage / environment of the electronic payment function is performed, such as paying attention to overuse or outputting a message that warns about using the electronic payment function late at night. FIG. 27 exemplifies a message screen corresponding to the usage amount of the electronic payment function. When the usage amount and the usage count exceed the specified amount and the specified number of execution conditions, a message prompting wasteful use and the caution Is displayed.

  Here, when the contactless IC communication unit 22 is activated by the signal from the electronic payment machine 10 and the payment start is instructed (step P5), the data transmission / reception between the electronic payment machine 10 and the contactless IC communication unit 22 is performed. Then, the settlement process is executed (step P6), and the control process E (use amount / use environment) of FIG. 18 described above is executed (step P7). In this case, control according to the usage amount / usage environment of the electronic payment function is performed, such as outputting a message to call attention according to the usage amount (payment amount). When an end operation for instructing the end of the electronic payment function process is performed (YES in step P8), the process proceeds to the above-described control process D (function) in FIG. 17 (step P9), and according to the end of the electronic payment function. Take control. If another operation is performed (YES in step P10), for example, a process such as data setting is performed as a process corresponding to the operation (step P11).

In the flow of FIG. 11, when the passage of a ticket gate is detected via the non-contact IC communication unit 22 (YES in step A22), the process proceeds to a ticket function process (step A23).
FIG. 24 is a flowchart for explaining in detail the ticket function processing (step A23 in FIG. 11). First, after starting the ticket function program (step Q1), the central control unit 11 adds “1” to the number of times of use of the ticket function stored in the RAM 13 and updates it (step Q2). . Then, after executing ticket processing such as electronic payment in response to data transmission / reception between the automatic ticket gate 9 and the non-contact IC communication unit 22 (step Q3), the control processing E (usage amount) of FIG. / Use environment) is executed (step Q4).

  In this case, in the control process E (usage / usage environment) in FIG. 18, when the usage amount is included in the execution condition of the external instruction information, it is updated in the above-described step F2 when the ticket function is activated. The usage count is read as the usage amount, or the usage amount (boarding fee) is acquired as the usage amount via the non-contact IC communication unit 22. Further, when the usage environment is included in the execution conditions of the external instruction information, the current position or the current date and time is acquired from the GPS communication unit 23 or the RTC 25 as the usage environment, and the usage / use environment (use count / use Control according to the amount of money / use location / use time). In this way, control according to the usage amount / environment of the ticket function is performed, such as being careful about overuse or outputting a message that warns about going out at midnight. Then, the process proceeds to the control process H (ticket gate) (step Q5).

  FIG. 25 is a flowchart showing a control process H (ticket gate) that is started in response to passage of the ticket gate. First, the central control unit 11 accesses the execution condition table storage unit EX to read the “detection start flag” whose “condition type” is “ticket gate” (step R1), and whether flag = 1 (the ticket gate execution condition) (Step R2) and if the detection start flag is “0” and the external instruction information with the ticket gate as an execution condition is not received and stored, the above-described overall flow is performed. Return. If the detection start flag is “1” (YES in step R2), the ticket gate status (which station, bid or ticket issue, etc.) is detected as the current usage status (step R3), and “condition type” Reads out the execution condition from the external instruction information of “Ticket” (step R4), compares the detected ticket condition with the execution condition of the external instruction information, and checks whether the ticket condition satisfies the execution condition (step R5).

  Now, when the execution condition in the external instruction information is “A08, station identification information, B81 (entered XX station)”, when a ticket at that station, or a bid at another station, a ticket is detected, Since the execution condition in the external instruction information is not satisfied (NO in step R5), the process returns to the overall flow described above. However, if a bid at that station is detected, the execution condition is satisfied (YES in step R5). ) After storing “1” indicating that the condition is satisfied in the “determination flag” in the external instruction information including the execution condition (step R6), the process proceeds to the control content execution process for executing the control content corresponding to the execution condition. (Step R7). In this way, the central control unit 11 refers to the external instruction information during the operation of the ticket function, and responds to the passage of the ticket gate, for example, by outputting a message (message such as route transfer guidance) instructed by the sender. Take control.

 Next, the process proceeds to the above-described control process D (function) in FIG. 17 (step Q6 in FIG. 24), and when the ticket function is activated, for example, a message “Please come and go home” is output. After performing the control according to the activation / termination of the ticket function, the ticket function is terminated (step Q7). Fig. 28 shows an example of the message screen that appears when you exit the ticket gate of a predetermined station in the ticket function. "Please send an e-mail to a person at XX when you arrive at XX station" is displayed. This is the case.

 Further, in the flow of FIG. 11, when an incoming call from the wireless communication unit 16 is detected (YES in step A24), the process proceeds to call processing (step A25). When a power-off operation is detected (YES in step A26), the process proceeds to control process A (power supply) in FIG. 12 (step A27), and after performing control according to the power-off, the power-off process is performed (step A28). ). When another operation is detected (step A29), for example, a ringing tone changing process is performed as a process corresponding to the operation (step A30).

 As described above, in this embodiment, when the mobile phone device 1 is instructed to transmit any content under an arbitrary condition from the outside, the mobile phone device 1 controls the control content constituting the external instruction information and its execution. After receiving and storing the execution condition that triggers, the control content is executed based on whether the usage status corresponding to this execution condition satisfies the execution condition. The execution condition and the control content can be specified on the transmission side so that the control content is executed based on the control content, and the mobile phone device 1 can be easily controlled with a high degree of freedom on the transmission side. It is possible to greatly improve convenience.

 When the control content and the execution condition are received, the user of the mobile phone device 1 is not notified of the fact, so that the external instruction information can be prevented from being deleted intentionally or negligently by the user. it can.

  Since the current position of the mobile phone device 1 is detected and it is determined whether or not the execution condition is satisfied based on the detected position, for example, when the mobile phone device 1 comes close to the transmitting house, It is possible to externally instruct control according to the current position of the mobile phone device 1 so as to display that the mobile phone device 1 is near.

  Since the power status of the mobile phone device 1 is detected and it is determined whether or not the execution condition is satisfied based on this power status, for example, when the power of the mobile phone device 1 is turned on, the melody It is possible to externally instruct control according to the status of the operating power supply of the mobile phone device 1 such as outputting an image or an image.

  Since the style of the mobile phone device 1 is detected and it is determined whether the execution condition is satisfied based on this style, for example, when the casing of the mobile phone device 1 is opened, the sender's Control according to the style of the mobile phone device 1 can be externally instructed to output a face image or sound.

  Since the function of the mobile phone device 1 is detected and it is determined whether or not the execution condition is satisfied based on this function, control according to the operation of the function mounted on the mobile phone device 1 is externally performed. It becomes possible to instruct.

  For example, when it is detected that the ticket gate of the predetermined station has been exited by the ticket function, control according to the detection of the predetermined location by the predetermined function is displayed, such as displaying that the user wants to be contacted when the ticket gate is exited. External instructions can be given.

  In addition, when the schedule function is activated, it is possible to externally instruct control according to activation of the predetermined function, such as displaying that a predetermined schedule is desired to be registered.

  In addition, when the usage amount of the electronic payment function exceeds a predetermined amount or when the usage count exceeds the predetermined count, a notice that wasteful attention is paid is displayed together with an image, or the continuous usage time of the TV viewing function is 1 hour. When exceeding, it is possible to externally instruct the control according to the usage amount of the predetermined function, such as displaying that the viewing is stopped.

  When it is detected that the electronic payment function has been used in a downtown area late at night, an external instruction may be given for the control according to the time of use or place of use, such as displaying a caution to return home. It becomes possible.

  When a call is made to a meeting partner (transmission side), it is possible to externally instruct control according to the start of communication with a predetermined function, such as displaying a map near the meeting place.

  When a communication partner (transmission side) is specified in the address book, external control is instructed according to the specification of the communication partner in a predetermined function, such as outputting predetermined music or displaying a face image. It becomes possible.

  The control content is an instruction to output data stored in the mobile phone device 1 or received data, and the data can be easily output.

  The control content is an instruction to output data stored in the mobile phone device 1 or received data to the outside. For example, to the external device connected to the mobile phone device 1 via a cable or the like. Can be output to an external speaker such as an earphone, an external monitor such as a TV, a PC, etc., and the data can be sent to another mobile phone device 1 indicated by a telephone number, e-mail address, IP address, or PC. Can be sent externally.

  The control content is an instruction to activate a function installed in the mobile phone device 1 or a received function, and the function can be easily output.

  The control content is an instruction to transmit the function installed in the mobile phone device 1 or the received function to the outside. The other mobile phone device 1 indicated by the telephone number, mail address, IP address, PC The function can be transmitted externally to the destination.

  In the above-described embodiment, the address book function, the schedule book function, the broadcast reception function, the electronic payment function, and the ticket function are exemplified as the functions to be controlled. For example, the TODO (Behavior Management Tool) function, walking It may be a navigation phone function such as a person support function. The function for designating the communication partner is not limited to the address book, but may be a call history, a call history, dial input, or the like. Further, the designation of the communication partner may be a designation for correcting or deleting information of the designated partner. In this case, the execution condition may be that the information of the communication partner is corrected or deleted.

  Further, the usage amount of the predetermined function is not limited to the number of times and the amount of money, but may be a communication amount such as a packet amount or a call time. Further, the condition relating to the operation of the function may be a predetermined television program or radio program viewing operation, a predetermined key operation, or no operation detection for a predetermined time. The communication start of the predetermined function is not limited to voice transmission, but may be communication start such as mail transmission or data transmission.

  Further, after executing the control content in response to the establishment of the execution condition, the external instruction information including the execution condition and the control content may be deleted. In addition to the execution condition, control content, data / function, and the number of times information may be included in the external instruction information, the number of times may be specified on the transmission side. Then, the mobile phone device 1 that has received the external instruction information counts the number of times the control content has been executed in response to the establishment of the execution condition, and when the count value reaches the specified number of times, the external instruction information May be deleted.

  In addition, the mobile phone device is not limited to the biaxial rotation type, but may be a folding type or a slide type. In addition, the present invention is not limited to the mobile phone device, and can be similarly applied to a communication terminal device such as a PDA, an electronic camera, an electronic watch, and a music player with a communication function.

The block diagram which showed the communication network system which can use the mobile telephone apparatus applied as a communication terminal device. FIG. 3 is a block diagram showing basic components of the mobile phone device 1. The figure for demonstrating the execution condition table memory | storage part EX. The figure for demonstrating the control content table memory | storage part CT. The figure for demonstrating the external instruction information storage part RC. The figure for demonstrating the style information storage part SY. The figure for demonstrating address book memory | storage part AD. The figure for demonstrating the function memory | storage part FC. The figure for demonstrating the data storage part DT. The flowchart which showed the whole operation | movement of the mobile telephone apparatus started execution with power activation. Flowchart following FIG. The flowchart which showed the control process A (power supply) started execution according to power supply operation. 7 is a flowchart for explaining in detail a control content execution process that is started when a condition is satisfied in each of the control processes A to H. 6 is a flowchart showing a control process B (style) that is started in response to detection of a style change. The flowchart which showed the control process C (position) started execution according to a position detection timing. 11 is a flowchart for explaining in detail an address book process (step A15 in FIG. 10) started in response to an address book activation operation. The flowchart which showed the control process D (function) started execution according to ON / OFF of a function. The flowchart which showed the control processing E (usage / use environment) started execution during operation | movement of a function. The flowchart which showed the control process G (partner) started execution according to designation | designated of a communication other party. The flowchart which showed the control processing F (continuous use) started execution whenever the execution timing of continuous use is detected. 11 is a flowchart for explaining the schedule process (step A17 in FIG. 10) in detail. 11 is a flowchart for explaining in detail the television process (step A19 in FIG. 10). 12 is a flowchart for explaining in detail electronic payment function processing (step A21 in FIG. 11). 12 is a flowchart for explaining in detail the ticket function processing (step A21 in FIG. 11). The flowchart which showed the control process H (ticket gate) started execution according to ticket gate passage. The figure which illustrated the map screen at the time of displaying the map which shows the meeting place, when trying to call a meeting party. The figure which illustrated the message screen according to the usage-amount of an electronic payment function. The figure which illustrated the message screen displayed when leaving a ticket gate of a predetermined station in a boarding ticket function.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Mobile telephone apparatus 2 Mobile communication network 4 Internet 5 Function distribution server 6 Television station / radio station 8 GPS satellite 9 Automatic ticket gate 10 Electronic payment machine 11 Central control part 12 ROM
13 RAM
16 External storage medium 16 Wireless communication unit 18 Television broadcast / radio broadcast communication unit 19 Display unit 20 Sound speaker 21 Infrared communication unit 22 Non-contact IC communication unit 23 GPS communication unit 24 Operation unit 25 RTC
26 Style detection unit EX execution condition table storage unit CT control content table storage unit RC external instruction information storage unit SY style information storage unit FC function storage unit AD address book storage unit DT data storage unit SD schedule book storage unit ML mail storage unit

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  1. A receiving means for receiving control contents constituting the external instruction information and an execution condition that triggers the execution when an instruction to transmit arbitrary contents under an arbitrary condition is given from the outside;
    Storage means for storing the control contents and execution conditions received by the receiving means in association with each other;
    Detection means for detecting a usage situation corresponding to the execution condition stored in the storage means;
    A determination unit that determines whether or not an execution condition stored in the storage unit is satisfied based on a detection result by the detection unit;
    Based on the determination result by the determination means, execution means for executing the control content stored in the storage means;
    A communication terminal device comprising:
  2. When receiving the control contents and execution conditions by the receiving means, suppress notification to the user that it has been received,
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  3. The execution condition is a condition regarding the position of the communication terminal device,
    The detection means detects the position of the communication terminal device,
    The determining means determines whether or not an execution condition is satisfied based on the position detected by the detecting means;
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  4. The execution condition is a condition relating to the status of the operating power supply of the communication terminal device,
    The detection means detects the status of the operating power supply of the communication terminal device,
    The determining means determines whether or not an execution condition is satisfied based on the status of the operating power source detected by the detecting means.
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  5. The execution condition is a condition related to a style that is an arrangement state of a casing of a communication terminal device,
    The detection means detects the style of the communication terminal device,
    The determining means determines whether or not an execution condition is satisfied based on the style detected by the detecting means;
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  6. The execution condition is a condition related to an operation of a function installed in the communication terminal device,
    The detection means detects an operation of a function installed in the communication terminal device,
    The determination unit determines whether or not an execution condition is satisfied based on the operation of the function detected by the detection unit;
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  7. The condition related to the operation of the function is detection of a predetermined location by a predetermined function.
    The communication terminal device according to claim 6.
  8. The condition regarding the operation of the function is activation of a predetermined function.
    The communication terminal device according to claim 6.
  9. The condition relating to the operation of the function is the amount used in the predetermined function.
    The communication terminal device according to claim 6.
  10. The condition regarding the operation of the function is the use time or use place of the predetermined function.
    The communication terminal device according to claim 6.
  11. The condition regarding the operation of the function is the start of communication of the predetermined function.
    The communication terminal device according to claim 6.
  12. The condition regarding the operation of the function is designation of a communication partner by a predetermined function.
    The communication terminal device according to claim 6.
  13. The control content is an instruction to output data stored in the communication terminal device or data received together with the control content and execution conditions by the receiving means.
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  14. The control content indicates that the data stored in the communication terminal device or the data received together with the control content and the execution condition by the receiving unit is transmitted to the outside.
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  15. The control content is an instruction to activate the function installed in the communication terminal device or the function received together with the control content and the execution condition by the receiving means.
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  16. The control content indicates that the function installed in the communication terminal device or the function received together with the control content and the execution condition by the receiving unit is transmitted to the outside.
    The communication terminal apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the communication terminal apparatus is configured as described above.
  17. Against the computer,
    A function to receive the control content constituting the external instruction information and the execution condition that triggers the execution when an instruction to transmit arbitrary content under an arbitrary condition is given from the outside;
    A function of storing and managing the received control contents and execution conditions in association with each other;
    A function of detecting a usage situation corresponding to the stored execution condition;
    A function of determining whether or not the execution condition is satisfied based on the detection result;
    A function of executing the control content based on the determination result;
    A program to realize
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