JP2012039544A - Portable terminal, unrecognized information display control program, and un-informed information control method - Google Patents

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JP2012039544A
JP2012039544A JP2010180182A JP2010180182A JP2012039544A JP 2012039544 A JP2012039544 A JP 2012039544A JP 2010180182 A JP2010180182 A JP 2010180182A JP 2010180182 A JP2010180182 A JP 2010180182A JP 2012039544 A JP2012039544 A JP 2012039544A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable a user to notice an incoming call that has not been indicated to the user due to difference in modes, so that the user can easily respond to the incoming call, which has not been answered.SOLUTION: A portable telephone device 10 can be set to a business mode and a private mode, and executes informing processing when an event such as an incoming call occurs. In a case where an incoming call is received from a person corresponding to address data dedicated to the private mode while the device 10 is in the business mode, notification processing, such as output of incoming sound, is limited. Accordingly, when an event with limited notification occurs, a processor 24 records the time of the event occurrence, its function and content as unrecognized information in a RAM 34. A change from the business mode to the private mode causes the processor 24 to display the unrecognized information recorded in the RAM 34 on a display 30.

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  The present invention relates to a portable terminal, an unnotified information display control program, and an unnotified information display control method, and more particularly to a portable terminal, an unnotified information display control program, and an unnotified information display control method that can arbitrarily set two modes.

Conventionally, portable terminals capable of arbitrarily setting two modes are widely known, and an example of this type of device is disclosed in Patent Document 1. In the mobile phone terminal of this background art, a plurality of authentication codes corresponding to the company mode A and the private mode B are registered. The phone book and schedule registered in the mobile phone terminal are composed of data that can be browsed as mode A and data that can be browsed as mode B. The user can switch to a mode corresponding to the entered password by inputting the password using an IC card, fingerprint, and password.
JP 2009-17239 A [H04M 1/673, H04M 1/675, H04M 1/725, H04W 12/00, H04L 9/32]

  However, in the mobile phone terminal of Patent Document 1, when mode B is set and there is an incoming call from a telephone corresponding to data in the phone book that can be viewed as mode A, the mobile phone terminal receives the incoming call. May not be notified to the user. In this case, since the user may not be aware of the incoming call, the follower may not be performed at all for the other party who has received the incoming call.

  Therefore, a main object of the present invention is to provide a novel portable terminal, an unnotified information display control program, and an unnotified information display control method.

  Another object of the present invention is to provide a portable terminal, an unnotified information display control program, and an unnotified information display control method that can easily follow an event that a user has passed.

  The present invention employs the following configuration in order to solve the above problems. The reference numerals in parentheses, supplementary explanations, and the like indicate the corresponding relationship with the embodiments described in order to help understanding of the present invention, and do not limit the present invention.

  1st invention is the portable terminal which can set 1st mode and 2nd mode arbitrarily, Comprising: When the event of 2nd mode generate | occur | produces in the state which 1st mode was set, notification processing is not performed When the restriction unit restricts the execution of the notification process, the recording unit records the event in the second mode as unreported information, and when the first mode is changed to the second mode The portable terminal includes a display unit that displays unreported information recorded by the recording unit.

  In the first invention, the mobile terminal (10: reference numeral exemplifying a corresponding part in the embodiment; hereinafter the same) can be arbitrarily set, for example, in a business mode as the first mode and a private mode as the second mode Can be set. In addition, the mobile terminal executes notification processing when an event such as a telephone call or an e-mail or a preset event occurs. The restriction unit (24, S3, S35, S43) restricts the notification process from being executed when an event for the private mode occurs, for example, when the business mode is set. For example, the recording unit (24, S7, S39, S47) records the private mode event in the RAM (34) or the like as unreported information when the restriction unit restricts execution of the notification process. For example, when the business unit is changed from the business mode to the private mode, the display unit (24, S83) displays unnotified information recorded in the RAM on the display (30).

  According to the first aspect, since the user can notice an event that has not been notified due to a difference in mode, the user can easily follow the event that has passed.

  A second invention is dependent on the first invention, wherein the recording unit records a plurality of unnotified information, each of the plurality of unnotified information includes time information, and the plurality of unnotified information is displayed in chronological order. The display unit further includes a time-series setting unit that sets the information to be set, and the display unit displays a plurality of unreported information in time-series order based on the setting by the time-series setting unit.

  In the second invention, the recording unit records a plurality of unreported information including time information. The time series setting unit (24, S113) sets a plurality of unreported information to be displayed in chronological order based on the time information included in the unreported information. Then, the display unit displays the plurality of unreported information set in this way in chronological order.

  According to the second invention, the user can grasp the elapsed events in chronological order.

  A third invention is dependent on the first invention or the second invention, and the recording unit classifies and records the unreported event information for each event type.

  In the third invention, for example, the event includes an event due to communication such as a telephone call or an email, and an event set in advance by the user. The recording unit records a plurality of unreported information corresponding to these events.

  A fourth invention is according to the third invention, further comprising a type time series setting unit for setting a plurality of unreported information to be displayed in order of time series for each type, and the display unit is a type time series setting Based on the setting by the unit, a plurality of unreported information is displayed in order of time series for each type.

  In the fourth invention, the type time series setting unit (24, S117) classifies the unnotified information for each type and sets the information so that the information is displayed in time series. Based on this setting, the display unit displays the non-notification information in chronological order for each type.

  According to the third and fourth aspects of the invention, the user can arbitrarily change the display of unreported information in accordance with the situation in which an event that has passed has been followed.

  A fifth invention is dependent on any one of the first to fourth inventions, and the event includes an incoming call.

  A sixth invention is dependent on any one of the first to fifth inventions, and the event includes an incoming mail.

  A seventh invention is according to any one of the first to sixth inventions, and the event includes that the current time coincides with the alarm time.

  According to the fifth, sixth, and seventh inventions, it is possible to easily follow calls, incoming calls, and alarm events that occur frequently in the mobile terminal.

  An eighth invention is according to any one of the first to seventh inventions, and executes execution of a function corresponding to unnotified information when unnotified information displayed by the display unit is selected. Is further provided.

  In the eighth invention, the execution unit (24, S133, S141, S147) displays the received mail by executing the mail function when, for example, unnotified information of the incoming mail is selected by the user's operation. To display.

  According to the eighth aspect, by using the displayed unreported information, it is possible to easily follow an elapsed event.

  A ninth invention is according to any one of the first to eighth inventions, further comprising a fingerprint reading unit for reading a fingerprint, wherein the first mode and the second mode are applied to the fingerprint read by the fingerprint reading unit. Set accordingly.

  Also in the ninth invention, the fingerprint reading section (36) is, for example, a sweep type fingerprint sensor. The first mode is associated with the index finger fingerprint, and the second mode is associated with the middle finger fingerprint. The first mode is set when the fingerprint of the index finger is read by the fingerprint reading unit, and the second mode is set when the fingerprint of the middle finger is read.

  According to the ninth aspect, the mode can be easily changed using the fingerprint.

  In a tenth aspect of the invention, the processor (24) of the portable terminal (10) in which the first mode and the second mode can be arbitrarily set, when the first mode is set and the second mode event occurs A restriction unit (S3, S35, S43) that restricts the notification process from being executed, and a recording unit that records an event in the second mode as unreported information when the restriction process restricts the execution of the notification process ( S7, S39, S47) and an unnotified information display control program that functions as a display unit (S83) for displaying unnotified information recorded by the recording unit when the mode is changed from the first mode to the second mode. .

  In the tenth invention as well, as in the first invention, the user can notice an event that has not been notified due to a difference in mode, and therefore can easily follow an elapsed event.

  An eleventh aspect of the invention is an unreported information display control method for a portable terminal (10) in which the first mode and the second mode can be arbitrarily set, and the event of the second mode when the first mode is set When notification occurs, the notification process is restricted from being executed (S3, S35, S43). When the notification process is restricted, the event in the second mode is recorded as unreported information (S7, S39). , S47), and when the first mode is changed to the second mode, the recorded non-notification information is displayed (S83).

  In the eleventh invention as well, as in the first invention, the user can notice an event that has not been notified due to a difference in mode, and therefore can easily follow an elapsed event.

  According to the present invention, when the user changes the mode used on the mobile terminal, the user can know the occurrence of an event that has not been notified due to the difference in mode. Therefore, the user can easily follow the elapsed event.

  The above object, other objects, features, and advantages of the present invention will become more apparent from the following detailed description of embodiments with reference to the drawings.

FIG. 1 is a diagram showing an electrical configuration of a mobile phone according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a diagram showing an example of an image displayed on the display shown in FIG. FIG. 3 is a diagram showing an example of the configuration of address book data stored in the RAM shown in FIG. FIG. 4 is a diagram showing an example of the configuration of alarm data stored in the RAM shown in FIG. FIG. 5 is a diagram showing an example of the structure of unreported information table data stored in the RAM shown in FIG. FIG. 6 is a diagram showing an example of unreported information displayed on the display shown in FIG. FIG. 7 is a diagram showing an example of details of unreported information displayed on the display shown in FIG. FIG. 8 is a diagram showing another example of unreported information displayed on the display shown in FIG. FIG. 9 is a diagram showing an example of a memory map of the RAM shown in FIG. FIG. 10 is a flowchart showing telephone incoming call control processing of the processor shown in FIG. FIG. 11 is a flowchart showing mail incoming control processing of the processor shown in FIG. FIG. 12 is a flowchart showing an alarm control process of the processor shown in FIG. FIG. 13 is a flowchart showing a mode change process of the processor shown in FIG. FIG. 14 is a flowchart showing unreported information management processing of the processor shown in FIG. FIG. 15 is a flowchart showing switching processing of the processor shown in FIG. FIG. 16 is a flowchart showing the detailed display processing of the processor shown in FIG.

  Referring to FIG. 1, a mobile phone 10 of this embodiment is a kind of mobile terminal, and includes a processor 24 called a CPU or a computer. The processor 24 is connected to the wireless communication circuit 14, A / D 16, D / A 20, key input device 26, display driver 28, flash memory 32, RAM 34, and fingerprint sensor 36. An antenna 12 is connected to the wireless communication circuit 14, a microphone 18 is connected to the A / D 16, and a speaker 22 is connected to the D / A 20 via an amplifier (not shown). A display 30 is connected to the display driver 28.

  The processor 24 is a control IC and controls the entire mobile phone 10. In addition, the processor 24 includes an RTC 24a that outputs time information, and the time information is associated with data as necessary. The RAM 34 is used as a work area (including a drawing area) or a buffer area of the processor 24. Content data such as characters, images, sounds, sounds and videos of the mobile phone 10 is recorded in the flash memory 32.

  The A / D 16 converts an analog audio signal for audio or sound input through the microphone 18 connected to the A / D 16 into a digital audio signal. The D / A 20 converts (decodes) the digital audio signal into an analog audio signal and applies the analog audio signal to the speaker 22 via the amplifier. Therefore, sound or sound corresponding to the analog sound signal is output from the speaker 22.

  The key input device 26 includes a cursor key, a confirmation key, a call key, a call end key, and the like. Then, information (key data) on the keys operated by the user is input to the processor 24. When each key included in the key input device 26 is operated, a click sound is generated. The user can obtain an operational feeling for the key operation by listening to the click sound.

  The display driver 28 controls display on the display 30 connected to the display driver 28 under the instruction of the processor 24. The display driver 28 includes a VRAM that temporarily stores image data to be displayed. Then, the processor 24 stores the image data to be displayed on the display 30 in this VRAM.

  The fingerprint sensor 36 functions as a fingerprint reading unit, and is a sensor used for a fingerprint authentication function and a mode change function described later. The fingerprint sensor 36 is a sweep type having a sensor surface traced by a finger, and a method for reading the fingerprint is an electric field detection type. The electric field detection method is a method of generating an electric field between the inside of the user's finger (dermis) and a sensor and reading the undulation of the fingerprint from the strength of the electric field. When the sensor surface of the fingerprint sensor 36 is traced with a finger, the fingerprint of the user's finger is read. Note that the technique adopted for the fingerprint sensor 36 is not limited to the electric field detection type, but may be a capacitance type, an optical type, a thermal type, a pressure type, or the like. Further, the fingerprint sensor 36 may be a flat type that presses the entire finger.

  The wireless communication circuit 14 is a circuit for performing wireless communication in the CDMA system. For example, when the user instructs a telephone call (calling) using the key input device 26, the wireless communication circuit 14 executes a telephone call process under the instruction of the processor 24, and sends a telephone call signal via the antenna 12. Is output. The telephone call signal is transmitted to the other party's telephone through a base station and a communication network (not shown). When the incoming call process is performed at the other party's telephone, a communicable state is established and the processor 24 executes the call process.

  The normal call processing will be described in detail. The modulated audio signal transmitted from the other party's telephone is received by the antenna 12. The received modulated audio signal is demodulated and decoded by the wireless communication circuit 14. The received voice signal obtained by these processes is converted to an analog voice signal by the D / A 20 and then output from the speaker 22. On the other hand, the transmission voice signal captured through the microphone 18 is converted into a digital voice signal by the A / D 16 and then given to the processor 24. The transmission signal converted into the digital audio signal is subjected to encoding processing and modulation processing by the wireless communication circuit 14 under the instruction of the processor 24, and is output via the antenna 12. Therefore, the modulated voice signal is transmitted to the other party's telephone through the base station and the communication network.

  When a telephone call signal from the other party's telephone is received by the antenna 12, the radio communication circuit 14 notifies the processor 24 of an incoming call (incoming call). In response to this, the processor 24 controls the display driver 28 to display the caller information described in the incoming call notification on the display 30. At substantially the same time, the processor 24 outputs a telephone ring tone (sometimes called a ringing melody or a ringing voice) from a speaker (not shown). Note that the processor 24 may vibrate the mobile phone 10 and emit an LED (not shown) to notify the user of an incoming call.

  Then, when the user performs a response operation using the call key, the wireless communication circuit 14 executes a telephone incoming call process under the instruction of the processor 24, and a communicable state is established. Execute call processing.

  Further, when a call end operation is performed with the call end key after shifting to the call ready state, the processor 24 controls the wireless communication circuit 14 to transmit a call end signal to the other party. After transmitting the call end signal, the processor 24 ends the call process. The processor 24 also ends the call process when a call end signal is received from the other party first. Furthermore, the processor 24 also ends the call process when a call end signal is received from the mobile communication network regardless of the call partner.

  The mobile phone 10 can execute a plurality of functions by establishing data communication with a server connected to the network. For example, the mobile phone 10 can execute a mail function for sending and receiving mail and a browser function for acquiring data published by the server by establishing data communication with a mail server (not shown).

  In addition, the mobile phone 10 can execute a fingerprint authentication function and a mode change function using the fingerprint sensor 36. The fingerprint authentication function is a function in which the function of the mobile phone 10 is limited as long as the previously registered fingerprint does not match the newly read fingerprint. Therefore, the fingerprint authentication function is sometimes called a lock function or a security function. In addition, the mode switching function uses a business mode that is assumed to be used during work, and a private mode that is assumed to be used for private matters other than work, as a pre-registered fingerprint. It is a function to switch based on.

  2A is a diagram showing an image displayed on the display 30 in the standby state in the business mode, and FIG. 2B is a diagram showing a standby screen displayed on the display 30 in the standby state with the private mode. is there. Referring to FIGS. 2A and 2B, the display area of display 30 that displays the standby screen includes a status display area 60 and a function display area 62. In the status display area 60, an icon (sometimes referred to as a pictograph) indicating the radio wave reception status by the antenna 12, an icon indicating the remaining battery capacity of the secondary battery, and the current date and time are displayed. The current time is based on time information output from the RTC 24a.

  In the function display area 62, a standby screen image and a mode icon 64 are displayed. When the business mode is set, a character string “B” is displayed in the mode icon 64 as shown in FIG. On the other hand, in the state where the private mode is set, a character string “P” is displayed in the mode icon 64 as shown in FIG.

  If the fingerprint of the left index finger is associated with the business mode and the fingerprint sensor 36 reads the fingerprint of the left index finger, the business mode is set and the standby screen shown in FIG. Will be displayed. On the other hand, when the fingerprint of the middle finger of the left hand is associated with the private mode, when the fingerprint of the middle finger of the left hand is read by the fingerprint sensor 36, the private mode is set, and the standby screen shown in FIG. Will be displayed. Therefore, in this embodiment, the mode can be easily changed using the fingerprint.

  The RAM 34 stores address book data composed of a plurality of address data, and the mobile phone 10 can execute an address book machine that manages the address book data. Referring to FIG. 3, address book data stored in RAM 34 includes columns such as “name”, “telephone number”, “mail address”, and “mode”, and each row indicates address data. For example, the address data with the name “XX” has the telephone number “0900000XXXX”, the mail address “XXXX@aaa.**.jp”, and the mode “private”. The address data with the name “□□” has “phone number” “072888XXYY”, mail address “XXYY@aaa.**.jp”, and mode “business”. The address data recorded as “private” in the “mode” column indicates address data dedicated to the private mode. On the other hand, the address data recorded as “business” in the “mode” column indicates that the address data is dedicated to the business mode.

  The cellular phone 10 can execute an alarm function, and the registered alarm time and contents are stored in the RAM 34 as alarm data. Referring to FIG. 4, alarm data is composed of columns of “time”, “content”, and “mode”, and each row is referred to as alarm information. For example, the alarm information whose time is “9:45” has the content “interview” and the mode “private”. The alarm information with the time “9:30” has the content “conference” and the mode “business”. As with the address data, the alarm information recorded as “private” in the “mode” column is alarm information dedicated to the private mode, and the alarm information recorded as “business” is an alarm information dedicated to the business mode. Information.

  Here, in the mobile phone 10 of the present embodiment, when the business mode is set, even if there is a call incoming from a person corresponding to address data dedicated to the private mode or an incoming mail, You will not be notified. Further, in the business mode, the user is not notified even when the time set in the alarm dedicated to the private mode is reached. Similarly, when the private mode is set, the user is not notified of incoming calls from the person corresponding to the address data dedicated to the business mode, incoming mails, and alarms dedicated to the business mode.

  However, unless an event such as an incoming call, an incoming mail, or an alarm is notified to the user in some way, the user cannot follow up later. Therefore, in this embodiment, the occurrence of events such as incoming calls, incoming mails, and alarms that are not notified to the user due to the difference in modes is notified to the user as elapsed events when the mode is changed.

  FIG. 5 is a diagram showing the structure of an unreported information table that records the occurrence of events such as incoming calls, incoming mails, and alarms, in which notifications are restricted to the user due to different modes. Referring to FIG. 5, the unreported information table is composed of columns of “time”, “function”, and “content”. In addition, events and events (such as incoming calls, incoming emails, and alarms) that have occurred are recorded with their functions and contents associated with the time at which they occurred. For example, if an incoming mail is recorded when 9:50 receives the sender's mail, “9:50” is recorded in the time column and “Mail” is displayed in the function column. ”And“ XX ”in the content column.

  The information recorded in each row in the unnotified information table may be collectively referred to as unnotified information. Further, the unnotified information in the present embodiment is information for notifying the user that there is an event that has passed.

  Subsequently, when the business mode is switched from the private mode to the private mode in the state where the unnotified information table of FIG. 5 is stored in the RAM 34, an unnotified pop-up 66 shown in FIG. Referring to FIG. 6, in display 30 of mobile phone 10 in which the private mode is set, “P” indicating that private mode is set is displayed on mode icon 64, and unnotified information is displayed. An unnotified pop-up 66 is displayed. In the unnotified pop-up 66, unnotified information read from the unnotified information table is displayed in chronological order from the top.

  For example, in the unnotified pop-up 66, the incoming mail (sender: XX) at 9:50 is displayed on the top line, and it is 9:48, 9:45, 9:30, 9:00 Unnotified information is displayed in the order of 28 minutes and 9:15. And since unnotified information is displayed in time series order, the user can grasp the events that have passed.

  The unnotified pop-up 66 also displays a cursor CU for temporarily selecting each unnotified information. When a cursor key included in the key input device 26 is operated, other unreported information is provisionally selected by the cursor CU. Furthermore, when a key corresponding to the confirmation key 68 displayed on the display 30 is operated, the selection by the cursor CU is confirmed, and a function corresponding to unreported information is executed.

  Referring to FIG. 7A, when an operation for confirming selection of unreported information at 9:50 is performed, a received mail is displayed on display 30. Specifically, when the confirmation key 68 is operated in a state where the unreported information at 9:50 is selected with the cursor CU, the “mail” is displayed from the unreported information table of FIG. 5 based on 9:50. "And" OO "are read out. Further, the mail function is executed based on “mail” read from the function column, the sender is “XX” from the inbox (received mail data), and the received mail is 9:50. Is displayed on the display 30.

  In addition, the received mail displayed on the display 30 is divided into an area where the reception date and time, the sender and the title are displayed, and an area where the text is displayed. Further, when the reply key 72 displayed at the lower left of the display 30 is operated, a reply mail for the displayed received mail is created. Then, the created reply mail is created (input) and transmitted according to the user's operation.

  In another embodiment, when there is unreported information related to incoming mail, a list of folders storing received mail or contents of folders storing received mail may be displayed.

  Also, referring to FIG. 7B, when an operation for confirming selection of unreported information at 9:45 is performed, details of alarm information are displayed on the display 30. Specifically, when an operation to confirm the temporary selection by the cursor CU is performed, “alarm” and “interview” are read from the unreported information table of FIG. 5 based on 9:45. The display 30 displays the time (9:45) read from the unreported information table and the content (interview), and a reset key 74. Further, when the reset key 74 is operated, the alarm function is executed based on the “alarm” read from the function column, and an alarm reset screen with the content “interview” is displayed. Then, the user can reset the alarm time while the alarm reset screen is displayed.

  In addition, although the case where unnotified information for incoming calls is selected is not shown in the figure, when this unnotified information is selected and confirmed, the telephone number, the name of the other party, and the like are displayed on the display 30. In another embodiment, a normal incoming call history may be displayed on the display 30 when unnotified information about incoming calls is selected.

  In this way, by using the displayed unreported information, it is possible to easily follow an elapsed event.

  In addition, in a state where the unnotified pop-up 66 is displayed on the display 30, a switching key 70 is displayed on the lower right. The switch key 70 is used to switch the order of unnotified information displayed in the unnotified pop-up 66. For example, as shown in FIG. 6, when the switch key 70 is operated in a state in which the non-notification information is displayed in time series order, the non-notification information is displayed in the type time series order as shown in FIG. Is displayed.

  Referring to FIG. 8A, in the unnotified pop-up 66, items of “mail incoming”, “phone incoming”, and “alarm” are displayed, and the time when the event occurs is displayed corresponding to each item. Is done. For example, “9:50” and “9:30” are displayed for mail incoming items, and “9:48”, “9:28”, and “9:15” are displayed for incoming phone items. If it is an alarm item, “9:45” is displayed. And the time displayed corresponding to each item can also be selected with cursor CU. Note that the operation when the provisional selection by the cursor CU is confirmed is the same as that when the unnotified information is displayed in time series, and thus detailed description thereof is omitted.

  Further, when the switch key 70 is operated in a state in which the unnotified information is displayed in the order of the type time series, the information is displayed in the order of type as shown in FIG. Referring to FIG. 8B, in the unnotified pop-up 66, items of “mail incoming”, “phone incoming” and “alarm” and the number of cases corresponding to each item are displayed. Also, when unnotified information is displayed in order of type, each item can be provisionally selected with the cursor CU. When the confirmation key is operated, the time at which the event occurs corresponding to the item temporarily selected by the cursor CU is displayed. For example, when the confirmation key is operated while the item for incoming mail is selected, “9:50” and “9:30” are displayed below the incoming mail.

  Therefore, the user can arbitrarily change the display of unreported information in accordance with the situation of following the event that has passed.

  Note that when the switch key 70 is operated in a state where the unnotified information is displayed in the order of time series, the unnotified information is displayed in the order of time series. That is, every time the user operates the switching key 70, the non-notification information is switched in the order of time series order, kind time series order, and kind order.

  FIG. 9 is a diagram showing a memory map 300 of the RAM 34. The memory map 300 of the RAM 34 includes a program storage area 302 and a data storage area 304. A part of the program and data is read from the flash memory 32 all at once or partly and sequentially as necessary, stored in the RAM 34, and then processed by the processor 24.

  The program storage area 302 stores a program for operating the mobile phone 10. For example, a program for operating the mobile phone 10 includes a telephone incoming call control program 310, a mail incoming control program 312, an alarm control program 314, a mode change program 316, an unnotified information management program 318, a switching program 320, and a detailed display program 322. Etc.

  The incoming call control program 310 is a program for controlling the incoming call state and the call available state. The mail incoming control program 312 is a program for receiving new mail (also called received mail) from the mail server. The alarm control program 314 is a program for notifying the alarm time by the alarm function.

  The mode change program 316 is a program for changing the settings of the business mode and private mode. The unnotified information management program 318 is a program for displaying unnotified information on the display 30 and deleting it as necessary when the mode is changed. The switching program 320 is a program for changing the display of unreported information in accordance with the operation of the switching key 70. The detail display program 322 is a program that is executed when the displayed unreported information is selected by the cursor CU and a confirmation operation is performed. Therefore, when the detail display program 322 is executed, the received mail is displayed as shown in FIG. 7A, or the details of the alarm are displayed as shown in FIG. 7B.

  Although illustration is omitted, the program for operating the mobile phone 10 includes a program for managing address book data, a program for setting an alarm time, and the like.

  In the data storage area 304, a fingerprint buffer 330 is provided, and authentication fingerprint data 332, address book data 334, alarm data 336, and unreported information table data 338 are stored. Further, the data storage area 304 is further provided with a mode flag 340, a time series flag 342, and a type flag 344.

  The fingerprint buffer 330 is a buffer in which fingerprint data read by the fingerprint sensor 36 is temporarily stored. The authentication fingerprint data 332 is composed of fingerprint image data used when executing the fingerprint authentication function and the mode change function. For example, if the fingerprint of the left index finger is associated with the authentication and business mode, and the middle finger fingerprint of the left hand is associated with the private mode, the authentication fingerprint data 332 includes the index finger and middle finger of the left hand Of fingerprint image data.

  The address book data 334 is data composed of a plurality of address data as shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 4, the alarm data 336 is data composed of a set alarm time or the like. The unnotified information table data 338 is data composed of a plurality of unnotified information as shown in FIG.

  The mode flag 340 is a flag for determining a mode (business mode or private mode) set in the mobile phone 10. For example, the mode flag 340 is composed of a 1-bit register. When the mode flag 340 is turned on (established), a data value “1” is set in the register. On the other hand, when the mode flag 340 is turned off (not established), a data value “0” is set in the register. When the business mode is set, the mode flag 340 is turned on, and when the private mode is set, the mode flag 340 is turned off.

  The time series flag 342 is a flag for determining whether unnotified information is set to be displayed in time series order (see FIG. 6). The type flag 344 is a flag for determining whether unnotified information is set to be displayed in order of type (see FIG. 8B). In addition, when the time series flag 342 and the type flag 344 are set to ON at the same time, unnotified information is displayed in the type time series order (see FIG. 8A).

  Although not shown in the figure, the data storage area 304 stores a buffer for temporarily storing data output from the RTC 24a, image data for displaying a GUI, and the like. Necessary counters and flags are also provided.

  The processor 24 controls the incoming call control process shown in FIG. 10, the incoming mail control process shown in FIG. 11, under the control of a Linux (registered trademark) OS such as Android (registered trademark) and REX, and other OSs. 12 in parallel, including an alarm control process shown in FIG. 12, a mode change process shown in FIG. 13, an unreported information management process shown in FIG. 14, a switching process shown in FIG. 15, a detailed display process shown in FIG. To process.

  FIG. 10 is a flowchart of the incoming call control process. For example, when the mobile phone 10 is turned on, the processor 24 determines whether or not a telephone call signal is received in step S1. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not a telephone call signal is received by the antenna 12. If “NO” in the step S1, that is, if a telephone call signal is not received, the processor 24 repeatedly executes the process of the step S1. On the other hand, if “YES” in the step S1, that is, if a telephone call signal is received, the processor 24 determines whether or not a notification is necessary in a step S3. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not the incoming call from the calling party may be notified in the currently set mode. Specifically, the processor 24 extracts a telephone number from the caller information described in the incoming call notification, and searches the address book data 334 for address data including the telephone number. Then, the processor 24 determines whether or not the mode column matches the currently set mode in the address data including the extracted telephone number. If there is no address data including the extracted telephone number, the processor 24 determines “NO” in step S3.

  If “YES” in the step S3, that is, if the column of the mode matches the currently set mode, the processor 24 executes a call incoming notification process in a step S5. For example, the processor 24 causes a telephone ring tone to be output from a speaker. On the other hand, if “NO” in the step S3, that is, if the mode column does not match the currently set mode, the processor 24 records the sender information in the unreported information table in a step S7. For example, when the business mode is set and there is an incoming call from “XX”, “Private” is recorded in the mode column of the address data “XX” as shown in FIG. Therefore, “NO” is determined in step S 3, and in step S 7, a character string (here, “XX”) indicating the address data “XX” is recorded in the unreported information table data 338. In step S7, the time when the telephone call signal is received is recorded in the time column of the unnotified information table, and “telephone” is recorded in the function column.

  Subsequently, in step S9, the processor 24 executes answering machine response processing, and returns to step S1. For example, the processor 24 that executes the process of step S9 transmits a voice message notifying that the telephone of the other party cannot be answered at present.

  When the incoming call notification process is executed in step S5, the processor 24 determines whether or not a response operation has been performed in step S11. For example, it is determined whether or not a call key included in the key input device 26 has been operated. If “NO” in the step S11, that is, if a response operation is not performed, the processor 24 proceeds to a step S19. If “YES” in the step S11, for example, if a call key is operated by the user, the processor 24 ends the incoming call state process in a step S13. For example, the processor 24 stops the output of the telephone ringing tone by interrupting the telephone incoming call state process. Subsequently, in step S15, the processor 24 establishes a call available state. In other words, the processor 24 executes a call process to establish a call-ready state with the caller telephone. Subsequently, the processor 24 determines whether or not the call is ended in step S17. For example, the processor 24 determines whether or not an end key included in the key input device 26 has been operated. If “NO” in the step S17, that is, if the call is not ended, the processor 24 repeatedly executes the process of the step S17. On the other hand, if “YES” in the step S17, for example, if the user operates the end call key, the processor 24 ends the call processing and returns to the step S1.

  On the other hand, if no response operation is performed in the state where the incoming call notification process is executed, the processor 24 determines whether or not the outgoing call signal is interrupted in step S19. For example, the processor 24 determines whether or not a telephone call signal can no longer be received because the calling party ends the telephone call processing. If “NO” in the step S19, that is, if the telephone call signal is continuously received, the process returns to the step S11. On the other hand, if “YES” in the step S19, that is, if the telephone call signal cannot be received, the processor 24 ends the incoming call state process in a step S21, and returns to the step S1, similarly to the step S13.

  FIG. 11 is a flowchart of the incoming mail control process. For example, when the power of the mobile phone 10 is turned on, the processor 24 determines whether or not a notification is received from the server in step S31. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not it has been notified from the mail server that there is a new mail. If “NO” in the step S31, that is, if it is not notified that there is a new mail, the processor 24 repeatedly executes the process of the step S31. If “YES” in the step S31, that is, if it is notified that there is a new mail, the processor 24 receives the new mail in a step S33. That is, the processor 24 receives new mail by establishing communication with the mail server.

  Subsequently, in step S35, the processor 24 determines whether or not notification is necessary. In other words, the processor 24 determines whether or not it may be notified in the currently set mode that a new mail has been received. Specifically, the processor 24 extracts the sender's mail address from the header information of the new mail, and searches the address book data 334 for address data including the mail address. Then, the processor 24 determines whether or not the mode column matches the currently set mode in the address data including the extracted mail address. If there is no address data including the extracted mail address, the processor 24 determines “NO” in step S35.

  If “YES” in the step S35, that is, if the mode column matches the currently set mode, the processor 24 executes a mail arrival notification process in a step S37, and returns to the step S31. For example, the processor 24 causes a mail ring tone to be output from a speaker. On the other hand, if “NO” in the step S35, that is, if the mode column does not match the currently set mode, the processor 24 records the header information in the unreported information table in a step S39, and The process returns to step S31. For example, when the sender receives a new mail “XX” in the state where the business mode is set, as shown in FIG. 3, the address data “XX” indicates “Private” in the mode column. Since it is recorded, “NO” is determined in step S 35, and in step S 39, the character string indicating the address data “XX” is recorded in the unreported information table data 338. In step S39, the time when the mail is received is recorded in the time column of the unnotified information table, and “mail” is recorded in the function column.

  FIG. 12 is a flowchart of the alarm control process. For example, when the alarm function is enabled, the processor 24 determines whether or not the current time matches the alarm time in step S41. That is, it is determined whether each alarm time included in the alarm data 336 matches the time output by the RTC 24a. If “NO” in the step S41, that is, if the current time does not coincide with each alarm time, the processor 24 repeatedly executes the process of the step S41. If “YES” in the step S41, that is, if the current time and the alarm time coincide with each other, the processor 24 determines whether or not it is necessary to notify in a step S43. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not notification by the alarm function may be performed in the currently set mode. Specifically, the processor 24 determines whether the mode column of the alarm information including the alarm time that matches the current time matches the currently set mode. If “YES” in the step S43, that is, if the above-described mode column matches the currently set mode, the processor 24 executes an alarm notification process in a step S45, and returns to the step S41. For example, the processor 24 outputs a notification sound for alarm from a speaker. If “NO” in the step S43, that is, if the mode column does not match the currently set mode, the processor 42 records the alarm information in the unreported information table in a step S47, and the step S41. Return to. For example, if the alarm time corresponding to “Interview (see Fig. 4)” matches the current time when the business mode is set, “Private” is recorded in the mode column in the alarm information of “Interview”. Therefore, “NO” is determined in step S 43, and in step S 47, a character string (here, “interview”) indicating the alarm information of “interview” is recorded in the unreported information table data 338. In step S47, the alarm time is recorded in the time column of the unreported information table, and “alarm” is recorded in the function column.

  The processor 24 that executes the processes of steps S3, S35, and S43 functions as a limiting unit. The processor 24 that executes the processes of steps S7, S39, and S47 functions as a recording unit.

  FIG. 13 is a flowchart of the mode change process. For example, when the mode change function is executed, the processor 24 determines whether or not a fingerprint is input in step S61. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not the fingerprint of the user has been read by the fingerprint sensor 36. If “NO” in the step S61, that is, if the fingerprint is not read by the fingerprint sensor 36, the processor 24 repeatedly executes the process of the step S61. If “YES” in the step S61, that is, if the fingerprint of the user is read by the fingerprint sensor 36, the processor 24 executes a fingerprint authentication process in a step S63. That is, the processor 24 converts the fingerprint data stored in the fingerprint buffer 330 into fingerprint image data, and whether the fingerprint image data matches the fingerprint image data corresponding to each mode constituting the authentication fingerprint data 332. Judging.

  Subsequently, the processor 24 determines whether or not the authentication is successful in step S65. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not the fingerprint image data of the user matches the fingerprint image data for either the private mode or the business mode as a result of the process of step S63. If “NO” in the step S65, that is, if the user's fingerprint does not match the fingerprint of either mode and the authentication fails, the processor 24 returns to the step S61. On the other hand, if “YES” in the step S65, that is, if the fingerprint image data of the user matches the fingerprint image data for either the private mode or the business mode, the processor 24 returns the private image in step S67. It is determined whether or not it matches the fingerprint for use. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not the user's fingerprint image data matches the private fingerprint image data constituting the authentication fingerprint data.

  If “YES” in the step S67, that is, if the user's fingerprint image data matches the fingerprint image data for private use, the processor 24 sets the private mode in a step S69. That is, the processor 24 sets the mode flag 340 to OFF. On the other hand, if “NO” in the step S67, that is, if the fingerprint image data of the user matches the fingerprint image data for the business mode, the processor 24 sets the business mode in a step S71. That is, the processor 24 sets the mode flag 340 to ON.

  Subsequently, in step S73, the processor 24 executes an unreported information management process and ends the mode change process. Since this unreported information management processing will be described later, a detailed description thereof will be omitted here.

  FIG. 14 is a flowchart of unreported information management processing. When step S73 of the mode change process is executed, the processor 24 determines whether or not there is information not notified in step S81. That is, it is determined whether unnotified information is recorded in the unnotified information table shown in FIG. If “NO” in the step S81, that is, if no unreported information is recorded in the unnotified information table, the processor 24 ends the unnotified information management process and returns to the mode change process.

  If “YES” in the step S81, that is, if unnotified information is recorded in the unnotified information table, the processor 24 displays the contents of the unnotified information table in accordance with the display setting in a step S83. For example, if only the time series flag 342 is on, the non-notification information read from the non-notification information table data 338 is displayed in chronological order. If both the time series flag 342 and the type flag 344 are on, the unnotified information is displayed in order of the type time series. Furthermore, if only the type flag 344 is on, unnotified information is displayed in order of type. The processor 24 that executes the process of step S83 functions as a display unit.

  Subsequently, the processor 24 determines whether or not a display setting switching operation has been performed in step S85. That is, it is determined whether or not the switch key 70 has been operated. If “YES” in the step S85, that is, if the switching key 70 is operated, the processor 24 executes a switching process in a step S87, and returns to the step S83. Since this switching process will be described with reference to the flowchart shown in FIG. 15, a detailed description thereof is omitted here.

  If “NO” in the step S85, that is, if the switching key 70 is not operated, the processor 24 determines whether or not a confirmation operation is performed in a step S89. That is, it is determined whether or not the confirmation key 68 is operated in a state where unnotified information is selected by the cursor CU. If “NO” in the step S89, that is, if the switching operation and the confirming operation are not performed, the processor 24 repeatedly executes the processes of the step S85 and the step S89. If “YES” in the step S89, that is, if a confirmation operation is performed, the processor 24 executes a detailed display process in a step S91. Moreover, since the process of step S91 is later mentioned using the flowchart shown in FIG. 16, detailed description here is abbreviate | omitted.

  Subsequently, in step S93, the processor 24 deletes the corresponding unreported information. For example, referring to FIG. 5 and FIG. 6, the received mail corresponding to the unreported information of “9:50” is displayed, and when the mail function is finished, the unreported information of “9:50” is displayed from the unreported information table. The recorded line is deleted. Then, when the process of step S93 ends, the processor 24 ends the unreported information management process and returns to the mode change process.

  The unreported information management process may be executed every time a standby screen is displayed on the display 30.

  FIG. 15 is a flowchart of the switching process. When step S87 of the unreported information management process is executed, the processor 24 determines whether or not the display setting has been switched in time series in step S111. For example, the processor 24 determines whether or not the switching key 70 is operated in a state where the unnotified information in the time series pop-up 66 is displayed in order of type. If “YES” in the step S111, that is, if the display setting is switched in time series order, the processor 24 turns on the time series flag 342 and turns off the type flag 344 in a step S113. Then, when the process of step S113 ends, the processor 24 ends the switching process and returns to the unreported information management process. The processor 24 that executes the process of step S113 functions as a time-series setting unit.

  If “NO” in the step S111, that is, if the switching operation does not switch the display setting in time series, the processor 24 determines whether or not the display setting is switched in the type time series in step S115. . For example, the processor 24 determines whether or not the switch key 70 has been operated in a state in which unnotified information is displayed in chronological order. If “YES” in the step S115, that is, if the display setting is switched in the type time series order, the processor 24 turns on the time series flag 342 and the type flag 344 in a step S117, and ends the switching process. The processor 24 that executes the process of step S117 functions as a type time-series setting unit.

  On the other hand, if “NO” in the step S115, for example, if the switching key 70 is operated in a state in which the non-notification information is displayed in the type time-series order, the processor 24 determines that the display setting is switched in the type order. In step S119, the time series flag 342 is turned off and the type flag 344 is turned on. Then, when the process of step S117 is completed, the processor 24 ends the switching process.

  FIG. 16 is a flowchart of the detailed display process. When step S93 of the unnotified information management process is executed, the processor 24 determines whether or not the unnotified information is a mail in step S131. That is, the processor 24 determines whether “mail” is recorded in the function column of the selected unreported information. If “NO” in the step S131, that is, if “mail” is not recorded in the unreported information column, the processor 24 proceeds to a step S139.

  If “YES” in the step S131, that is, if “mail” is recorded in the function column of the selected unnotified information, the processor 24 displays the received mail in a step S133. For example, referring to FIG. 5 and FIG. 6, when “9:50” unreported information is selected, the processor 24 executes the mail function based on the function column in step S133, Read incoming mail based on time and content columns. Then, the processor 24 displays the received mail on the display 30 as shown in FIG.

  Subsequently, the processor 24 determines whether or not a reply operation has been performed in step S135. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not the reply key 72 shown in FIG. If “YES” in the step S135, that is, if the reply key 72 is operated, the processor 24 executes a reply process in a step S137. Then, when the process of step S137 ends, the processor 24 ends the detail display process and returns to the unreported information management process. For example, when the reply process is executed, the processor 24 creates a reply mail addressed to the mail address of the sender of the received mail displayed on the display 30, and displays a GUI for editing the reply mail on the display 30. To display. Further, when a reply operation is performed, the processor 24 transmits a reply mail. Accordingly, the user can easily follow up the creation and transmission of a reply mail with respect to the unnotified information of the incoming mail.

  If “mail” is not recorded in the unreported information column, the processor 24 determines in step S139 whether the unreported information is an alarm. That is, it is determined whether or not “alarm” is recorded in the function column of the selected unreported information. If “NO” in the step S139, that is, if “mail” and “alarm” are not recorded in the function column of unreported information, the processor 24 proceeds to step S147. On the other hand, if “YES” in the step S139, that is, if “alarm” is recorded in the unreported information column, the processor 24 displays the alarm information in a step S141. That is, the processor 24 reads the time and contents from the unreported information table and displays them on the display 30 as shown in FIG.

  Subsequently, the processor 24 determines whether or not a resetting operation has been performed in step S143. That is, the processor 24 determines whether or not the reset key 74 shown in FIG. 7B has been operated. If “YES” in the step S141, that is, if the reset key 74 is operated, the processor 24 executes an alarm reset process in a step S145. For example, when the alarm reset process is executed, the processor 24 quotes the content of the alarm information displayed on the display 30 as it is, and displays a GUI for resetting the alarm time on the display 30. Accordingly, the user can easily follow up the alarm time with respect to the alarm non-notification information.

  If “telephone” is recorded in the notification information column, the processor 24 displays the telephone number, the name of the other party, and the like in step S147. That is, the processor 24 reads the address data based on the non-notification information of the incoming call, and displays the name and the telephone number in the address data on the display 30. Subsequently, the processor 24 determines whether or not a telephone call operation has been performed in step S149. For example, the processor 24 determines whether or not the call key is operated in a state where the telephone number is displayed as described above. If “YES” in the step S149, that is, if a telephone call operation is performed, the processor 24 executes a telephone call process in a step S151. Then, when the process of step S151 ends, the processor 24 ends the detail display process and returns to the unreported information management process. That is, when the telephone call processing is executed in step S151, a telephone call signal for the telephone set with the telephone number read based on the unnotified information of the incoming call is output from the antenna 12. Therefore, the user can easily follow the call back from this side to the unnotified information of the incoming call. If “NO” in the step S149, for example, if the call key is not operated, the processor 24 ends the detailed display process.

  The processor 24 that executes the processes of steps S133, S141, and S147 functions as an execution unit.

  As can be seen from the above description, the mobile phone 10 can arbitrarily set the business mode and the private mode. In addition, the mobile phone 10 executes notification processing when an event such as an incoming call, incoming mail, or alarm occurs. For example, when the business mode is set, if there is an incoming call from a person corresponding to address data dedicated to the private mode, notification processing such as outputting a ring tone is limited. Therefore, when there is an incoming call whose notification is restricted, the processor 24 records the time, function, and content at that time in the RAM 34 as unreported information. Then, when the business mode is changed to the private mode, the processor 24 displays the unnotified information recorded in the RAM 34 on the display 30.

  Thus, since the user can notice an event that has not been notified due to a difference in mode, the user can easily follow an event that could not be handled.

  Further, in this embodiment, it is possible to easily follow a telephone incoming call, an incoming mail, and an alarm event that occur frequently in the mobile phone 10.

  In the present embodiment, the case where the business mode is changed to the private mode has been described. However, even when the private mode is changed to the business mode, unnotified information is displayed as described above.

  In the present embodiment, incoming calls, incoming mails, and alarms have been described as events. However, other embodiments are not limited to these events. For example, when the mobile phone 10 can use the schedule function, the event includes notification by the schedule function.

  In addition, importance may be set for important events. In this case, a column of “flag” in which a flag indicating the importance of the event is set is added to the address book data and the alarm data. If on (1) is set in the “flag” column, the mobile phone 10 notifies the user by a preset schedule notification method regardless of the mode setting.

  Further, the non-notification information to be notified may be appropriately set by the user for each type. For example, an alarm notification is not performed, and a setting may be made to notify only mail and / or phone calls.

  In another embodiment, unreported information displayed on the display 30 may be deleted even if the selection is not confirmed. For example, the deletion key is further added to the display of the display 30 shown in FIG. 6, and the user temporarily selects the non-notification information with the cursor CU and then operates the deletion key to temporarily select the non-notification information. Can be deleted.

  In another embodiment, the mode setting may be changed by a key operation performed by the user on the key input device 26. For example, by providing the key input device 26 with a change key for changing the mode setting, the user can easily change the mode setting. Further, when the mobile phone 10 is a slide type or a folding type, the mode may be switched by opening and closing the mobile phone 10.

  The communication system of the mobile phone 10 is a CDMA system, but an LTE (Long Term Evolution) system, a W-CDMA system, a GSM system, a TDMA system, an FDMA system, a PHS system, or the like may be adopted.

  The scroll program 310 and the display notification program 312 may be stored in the HDD of the data distribution server and distributed to the mobile phone 10 via the network. In addition, the storage medium may be sold or distributed in a state where these programs are stored in an optical disk such as a CD, DVD, or BD (Blu-ray Disc), a USB memory, or a memory card. When the unreported information management program 318, the switching program 320, and the detailed display program 322 downloaded through the server or storage medium described above are installed in a mobile phone having the same configuration as that of this embodiment, this embodiment Equivalent effects may be obtained.

  Furthermore, the present embodiment is not limited to the mobile phone 10 but may be applied to smartphones and PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants).

  In addition, specific numerical values such as incoming calls, incoming mails, and times when alarms are mentioned in the present specification are merely examples, and appropriately change according to the situation in which the product is used.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 ... Mobile phone 12 ... Antenna 14 ... Wireless communication circuit 24 ... Processor 24a ... RTC
26 ... Key input device 28 ... Display 34 ... RAM
36… Fingerprint sensor

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  1. A mobile terminal capable of arbitrarily setting the first mode and the second mode,
    When the first mode is set and the second mode event occurs, a restriction unit that restricts the notification process from being executed,
    When the execution of the notification process is restricted by the restriction unit, a recording unit for recording an event in the second mode as unnotified information, and when the first mode is changed to the second mode, A portable terminal comprising a display unit that displays unreported information recorded by a recording unit.
  2. The recording unit records a plurality of unreported information,
    Each of the plurality of unreported information includes time information,
    A time-series setting unit configured to set the plurality of unreported information to be displayed in time-series order;
    The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the display unit displays the plurality of unreported information in chronological order based on the setting by the time-series setting unit.
  3.   The portable terminal according to claim 1, wherein the recording unit classifies and records the unreported information of the event for each event type.
  4. A type time series setting unit configured to set the plurality of unnotified information to be displayed in order of time series for each type;
    The portable terminal according to claim 3, wherein the display unit displays the plurality of unreported information in order of time series for each type based on the setting by the type time series setting unit.
  5.   The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the event includes an incoming call.
  6.   The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the event includes an incoming mail.
  7.   The mobile terminal according to claim 1, wherein the event includes that the current time coincides with the alarm time.
  8.   The portable terminal according to claim 1, further comprising an execution unit that executes a function corresponding to the selected non-notification information when the non-notification information displayed by the display unit is selected.
  9. It further includes a fingerprint reading unit for reading a fingerprint,
    The portable terminal according to claim 1, wherein the first mode and the second mode are set according to a fingerprint read by the fingerprint reading unit.
  10. A portable terminal processor capable of arbitrarily setting the first mode and the second mode
    When the first mode is set and the second mode event occurs, a restriction unit that restricts the notification process from being executed,
    When the execution of the notification process is restricted by the restriction unit, a recording unit for recording an event in the second mode as unnotified information, and when the first mode is changed to the second mode, An unnotified information display control program that functions as a display unit that displays unnotified information recorded by a recording unit.
  11. An unnotified information display control method for a portable terminal that can arbitrarily set a first mode and a second mode,
    When the event of the second mode occurs in the state where the first mode is set, the notification process is limited so that it is not executed.
    When the execution of the notification process is restricted, the event in the second mode is recorded as unnotified information, and when the first mode is changed to the second mode, the recorded unnotified information is recorded. An unreported information display control method to be displayed.
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