Basic
Manual
Contents/Ready
Phone Call
Inputting
Characters
Address Book/
Pair Function
Mail/
Hello Messenger
Camera
EZweb
EZ Navi
EZ FeliCa
EZ・FM
PC Site Viewer
Simple Mode/
Teens Mode
Other Functions
Troubleshooting/
Remote Auto Lock
Index
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the W51H.
Before using it for the first time, be sure to read the W51H Basic Manual (this PDF manual)
so as to know how to use it correctly. After you finish reading this manual, store it and the
printed materials that come with the phone in a safe place for future reference.
Printed Manuals for the W51H (Japanese)
The W51H comes with a Basic Manual and an Instruction Manual.
For information about basic
operation
For detailed information
about each function
目次
目次/準備
ご利用の準備
au ICカード
通話
基本操作
ペア機能
文字入力
メール
W51H
アドレス帳/
ペア機能
メール/
Hello Messenger
カメラ
Hello Messenger
by HITACHI
カメラ
取扱説明書
データフォルダ
microSDTM カード
EZweb
EZニュースフラッシュ
EZweb
EZナビ
EZナビ
au Music
EZ FeliCa
au My Page
EZアプリ
(BREW ®)
EZ・FM
EZ FeliCa
PCサイトビューアー
EZ・FM
かんたんモード/
ティーンズモード
PCサイトビューアー
PCドキュメントビューアー
その他機能
かんたんモード
ティーンズモード
困ったときは/
遠隔オートロック
便利な機能
赤外線通信
機能設定
English(英語)/
(中国語)
auのネットワーク
サービス
索引
付録/索引
クイックガイド
W51H Basic Manual
W51H Instruction Manual
Refer to this English PDF manual.
English version not available.
The following information is also available on the au website.
• To download the Basic Manual or Instruction Manual
(http://au-pro.kddi.com/phone/torisetu/index.html)
• To access a keyword searchable au online manual
(http://www.au.kddi.com/manual/index.html)
You can also access the au online manual using EZweb.
EZweb Access
EZトップメニュー (EZ Top Menu)
→auお客さまサポート (au Customer Support)
→調べる (Information)
→オンラインマニュアル (Online Manual)
The typeface, fonts, and colors of the texts on the screens shown in this manual may differ from
the actual contents. Also, certain icons and the scroll bars may be omitted.
Cellphone Etiquette
Mind your manners!
A cellphone always emits weak radio waves while it is turned on.
Enjoy operation of your cellphone without forgetting to be considerate
of those around you.
Some locations do not allow the use of
cellphones.
■ Using a cellphone while driving is dangerous and
prohibited by the Traffic Control Law.
■ Using a cellphone inside of an aircraft is prohibited
by law. Be sure to turn off your cellphone before
takeoff.
Watch out where you use your cellphone,
and keep your voice down.
■ Do not make calls at cinemas, theaters, museums,
libraries, or other similar locations. Turn off the
cellphone or use Manner Mode to ensure that the
ring tone does not disturb others.
■ When in public, move to a location where you will
not be blocking traffic.
■ On the Shinkansen, in a hotel lobby, or in other similar locations, move
to a location where you will not disturb others.
■ Take care to avoid talking on the phone in a loud voice.
■ Before taking the picture of others, be sure to obtain permissions first.
Cellphone radio waves may interfere with
electrical medical equipment.
■ On a train or in other crowded locations, there is
always the possibility that someone nearby may be
wearing a pacemaker. Turn off your cellphone when
you are in a crowded area.
■ Follow the rules of hospitals and other medical
facilities prohibiting the use or possession of cellphones.
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Cellphone Basics
Features
Camera
Hello Messenger
EZ Navi
Shoot photos and
record movies, and
send them by e-mail.
Enjoy meeting with the
members using our
original cartoon-like
characters.
EZ Navi Walk,
Passenger Seat Navi,
and Safety Navi
allow you to get
various kinds of
location information.
They are all built-in
functions.
Page
63
Page
59
Page
EZ FeliCa
Use the cellphone for
shopping by using
e-money, or use it as
member’s cards,
point cards, and so
on.
Page
EZ・FM
Security Setup
FM radio can be
listened to.
Page
88
108
84
PC Site Viewer
Mail
Fingerprint data can
be registered/edited
or tap setup can be
done.
Send mail messages
to other cellphones or
to PCs.
Page
49
EZweb
2
Select either “Safety
Buzzer” or “Hot Dial”
as reliable setting
function.
Page
Smart
Sensor
Mail
Page
80
110
Download
“Chaku-Uta® ”,
wallpaper, and other
Page 72
data.
View WEB sites
created for viewing
on PCs.
Page
92
PC Document Viewer
Display Word files,
Excel files or PDF
files, and so on.
Manner Mode and Easy Voice Memo
Manner Mode
Easy Voice Memo
Use Manner Mode to turn off the
ring tone so as not to bother
others around you.
While the standby
screen is displayed,
hold down ( for
about one second.
Shhhhhhh!
Page
If you cannot answer a call, Easy
Voice Memo plays an answering
message and records the caller’s
message.
While the standby
screen is displayed,
hold down C for
about one second.
35
Page
36
Checking Power, Signal
Strength, and Battery Level
Normally leave the phone turned on.
Power
on
The phone needs to be turned on to make and receive
calls.
Hold down F for at least 1.5 seconds to turn on W51H.
After a while, W51H turns on with tone and the standby
screen appears.
Page 14
You cannot talk on the phone
if it is unable to receive a signal.
Signal strength is low in some areas, even if
they are within the service area.
indicates the current signal strength.
Page
14
Keep an eye on the battery level.
The phone may not function properly if battery
power is low.
indicates the current battery level.
Page
14
3
Never use your cellphone while
driving!
Holding a cellphone in your hand, talking on a cellphone, or
looking at a cellphone display to send mail or to perform any
other operation while driving is prohibited by Japanese law.
(Revised Traffic Control Law, effective November 1, 2004)
× Reading mail or looking
at the display.
× Holding a cellphone in
your hand to talk.
Turn off your cellphone or use Drive Mode while
driving.
Drive Mode
In Drive Mode, the phone will play the message“ただいま車を運転
しています。
・・・”(I am driving right now...), and then ask the caller
to leave a message using Easy Voice Memo.
I’m driving
right now...
While the standby screen is displayed, press (,
and then press 1 (ON). Next, press 2 (Drive
Mode) to enter Drive Mode.
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Beware of spam and One-ring
Calls!
How to Combat Spam
You can set up mail filters to block specific
mail or mail identified as “未承諾広告※”
(unsolicited advertisement), which often
includes spam.
Your cellphone has the following filters to
block spam.
・未承諾広告フィルター
(unsolicited advertisement filter)
・アドレスフィルター (address filters)
−指定拒否設定 (blocks specific mail)
−指定受信設定 (receives specific mail)
Page
56
Beware of One-ring Calls!
A “One-ring Call” (wan-giri in Japanese)
rings your phone only once, in an attempt
to make you call back to a service that
automatically bills you very high charges.
g
e-rin
On
!
l
l
ca
If W51H received a
“One-ring Call”, the
icon appears at the
head of an incoming record.
Page
31
5
Disaster Message Board Service
Disaster Message Board
The Disaster Message Board lets you use EZweb to register
information about your well-being in case of a major disaster. The
information you register can be accessed from anywhere in Japan
over EZweb or the Internet.
Registering
the safety
information
Checking
the safety
information
◆ When a major disaster strikes, you can use your au
cellphone to access the “ 災害用伝言板 ” (Disaster Message
Board) on EZweb and register your current condition,
comments, and other information about your well-being.
◆ After you register information, it can be sent by mail to
family, friends, and other individuals you have registered
as a recipient of your Disaster Message Board information.
◆ Disaster Message Board information can be accessed by
inputting the phone number of an individual over EZweb or
the Internet.※
※ Disaster Message Board information can be accessed
from another type of cellphone, PHS, or PC at
http://dengon.ezweb.ne.jp/.
R Top Menu 災害用伝言板
(Disaster Message Board)
Access
method
http://dengon.ezweb.ne.jp/
I’m .
OK
6
Registration
Access
Disaster Message
Board top screen
Information registration
screen
Information screen
※ Registration contents are retained for up to 72 hours.
※ You can register up to 10 entries per phone number. Registering a new entry while there are already 10
registered entries, automatically overwrites the oldest entry.
※ You can view a Disaster Message Board demonstration at:
R → Top Menu→ auお客さまサポート
→ 調べる
→ 災害用伝言板(デモ版)
(au Customer Support)
(Information)
(Disaster Message Board (Demo))
※ To view the Disaster Message Board in English, select the “English” option on the Disaster Message Board
top screen.
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Contents
Phone Call
Cellphone Etiquette
1
Mind your manners! ..................................... 1
Cellphone Basics
2
Features ......................................................
Manner Mode and Easy Voice Memo ..........
Checking Power, Signal Strength, and
Battery Level ............................................
Never use your cellphone while driving! ......
Beware of spam and One-ring Calls! ...........
Disaster Message Board Service ................
2
3
3
4
5
6
Making a Call .............................................
Making an International Call ......................
Answering a Call ........................................
Redialing (Outgoing Records/Incoming
Records) .................................................
One-ring Calls ............................................
Changing the Ring Tone ............................
Adjusting the Ring Tone Volume ................
Adjusting the Earpiece Volume during
a Call ......................................................
Turning On Manner Mode .........................
Turning On Easy Voice Memo ...................
Playing an Easy Voice Memo ....................
Inputting Characters
Contents
Ready
8
10
Checking the Contents of the Package ..... 10
Names of Parts ........................................... 11
Charging the Battery Pack ......................... 12
Turning On Power ..................................... 14
Initial Values .............................................. 14
Security Code and Passwords .................. 15
Selecting English as the Display Language
............................................................... 16
Operation Basics ....................................... 18
Display Indicators ...................................... 19
Main Menu ................................................. 20
Viewfinder Position and Self-portrait
Position ................................................... 22
Basic Operations in Viewfinder Position .... 23
Initializing E-mail and EZweb .................... 24
Looking Up Your Current Phone Number
and E-mail Address ................................ 25
Changing Your E-mail Address .................. 26
8
28
28
29
30
31
31
32
34
35
35
36
37
38
Inputting an E-mail Address ....................... 39
Inputting Pictographs and Useful Sentences
............................................................... 40
Address Book
42
Registering an Address Book .................... 42
Editing an Address Book Record ............... 44
Adding Outgoing or Incoming Record Data
to the Address Book ............................... 45
Dialing from the Address Book .................. 46
Pair Function
47
Registering a Pair Partner ......................... 47
Making a Phone Call, Sending Mail, Inviting
a Pair Partner to a Hello Messenger
Meeting ................................................... 48
Mail
49
Using E-mail ..............................................
Using C-mail ..............................................
Creating and Sending E-mail Messages ...
Reading Received E-mail Messages .........
Reading an E-mail Message with an
Attached Photo or Movie ........................
Replying to a Received E-mail Message ...
Avoiding Spam ..........................................
Creating and Sending C-mail Messages ...
Reading Received C-mail Messages ........
49
50
51
53
54
55
56
57
58
Hello Messenger
59
Camera Features
63
Camera
65
Shooting a Photo .......................................
Recording a Movie .....................................
Shooting Photos and Recording Movies in
Viewfinder Position .................................
Viewing Photos and Movies ......................
Attaching a Photo or Movie to an E-mail
Message .................................................
EZweb
68
70
71
72
Using EZweb .............................................
Displaying the EZ Top Menu ......................
Bookmarking Sites You Frequently Access
...............................................................
Viewing a Bookmarked Site .......................
Downloading Chaku-Uta® ..........................
Downloading Chaku-Uta-Full® ...................
Checking Charges .....................................
EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel ...................
EZ Navi Features
65
66
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
Safety Navi Features
82
EZ FeliCa
84
91
PC Site Viewer
92
Mastering Operation Basics ...................... 92
Using PointCast ......................................... 93
Simple Mode
EZ•FM
95
Entering Simple Mode ............................... 95
Exiting Simple Mode .................................. 96
Using the Simple Mode Main Menu ........... 97
Adding Data to the Address Book in
Simple Mode .......................................... 98
Using the Address Book in Simple Mode
............................................................. 100
Creating and Sending E-mail Messages
in Simple Mode ..................................... 101
Shooting a Photo in Simple Mode ........... 103
Viewing Photos in Simple Mode .............. 104
Teens Mode
106
Using Teens Mode ................................... 106
Turning on Teens Mode ........................... 107
Other Functions
108
Security Setup Features .......................... 108
Extension Mode ....................................... 109
Smart Sensor Features ............................ 110
Troubleshooting
113
If you lose your W51H .............................. 114
Index
Communicating with Reader/Writer ...........
Setting FeliCa Lock ...................................
Using FeliCa-supported EZ Apps ..............
Using au Keitai Coupon .............................
Contents
Display the Hello Messenger Menu ........... 60
Invite the Members to the Meeting ............ 61
When You Get an Invitation Message to
Join ......................................................... 62
PC Site Viewer Features
116
85
86
87
87
88
Before using an antenna ........................... 88
Listening to the EZ·FM .............................. 89
Listening to the EZ·FM as a BGM/Stopping
the EZ·FM ............................................... 90
9
Ready
All
Before using the W51H, check the contents
of the package comes with your W51H.
You should also familiarize yourself with
basic operations, like how to charge the
battery, how to turn the power on, etc.
set?
Checking the Contents of the Package
● W51H
● Battery pack
(51HIUAA)
● Desktop holder ● Casio round-type
(51HIPUA)
earphone jack
conversion adaptor
01 (01CAQNA)
● MDR-E0931
(sample) by SONY
● Casio USB cable 01
(01CAHUA)
● CD-ROM
● Warranty (Japanese)
● Operating Precautions
● Osaifu Keitai® Basic
(Japanese)
Manual (Japanese)
● Global Expert Owner’s
● LISMO Install Guide (Japanese)
Guide (Japanese)
● Basic Manual (Japanese)
● Instruction Manual (Japanese)
目次
目次/準備
ご利用の準備
au ICカード
基本操作
ペア機能
通話
メール
文字入力
アドレス帳/
ペア機能
メール/
Hello Messenger
カメラ
W51H
Hello Messenger
by HITACHI
カメラ
取扱説明書
データフォルダ
microSDTM カード
EZweb
EZニュースフラッシュ
EZweb
EZナビ
EZナビ
au Music
EZ FeliCa
EZ・FM
au My Page
EZアプリ
(BREW ®)
EZ FeliCa
PCサイトビューアー
EZ・FM
かんたんモード/
ティーンズモード
PCサイトビューアー
PCドキュメントビューアー
その他機能
かんたんモード
ティーンズモード
困ったときは/
遠隔オートロック
便利な機能
赤外線通信
機能設定
English(英語)/
(中国語)
索引
auのネットワーク
サービス
付録/索引
クイックガイド
◎ The microSDTM memory card is not included.
◎ An AC adaptor is not included. It is up to you to purchase a common AC
adaptor 01 (option).
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Names of Parts
■ Back
Ready
■ Front
Earpiece
Main Display
Sub Display
Incoming indicator
Center key
Cursor key
Smart sensor
Microphone ※1
Optical sensor
Application
key
Mail key
Address book key
EZ/AF lock key
Memo/Clear key
Answer/
Pair key
Photo light/
Standby light
Camera start
indicator
Built-in antenna ※2
Camera lens
Stereo speaker
FeliCa mark
End/Power key
Number keys
Battery pack/cover
Built-in antenna ※2
※1: During a call, do not cover the microphone with your
hands or your chin. The microphone (placed on W51H
shown above) allows you to talk over your W51H in
Viewfinder position.
※2: Take care to avoid covering the built-in antenna with
your hand when using the phone, using
EZweb, and when accessing GPS information.
※3: Take care not to touch the exposed area of built-in
antenna.
au IC-Card ※
Built-in
antenna ※3
※Do not take out this card if not necessary
as your number is recorded on it.
■ Side
Right key (side)
Left key (side)
Up key (side)
Down key (side)
Shutter key
Charge
indicator
(LED)
Center key (side)
Manner/Back key
Flat-type earphone-microphone jack
Infrared port
Strap eyelet
Charging terminals
External
connection jack
microSD memory
card slot
11
Charging the Battery Pack
The battery pack that comes with the phone is not fully charged when
you purchase it. Be sure to charge the battery pack before using the
W51H for the first time. Charging takes about 140 minutes.
You should recharge the battery pack whenever the battery level icon
shows or .
Check the shape of
the connectors to ensure
they are aligned correctly
when you connect them.
Connector
Notch
Charge indicator
(LED)
Locking tab
You can also use the
plug by extending the
prongs like this.
◎ You must purchase a common AC adaptor 01 (option) for charging. Note
that the configuration of the AC adaptor may be different from that shown
in the illustration above.
◎ Pull out the connector of the common AC adaptor 01 (option) straight so
as to be parallel to the W51H or the desktop holder connector terminal
when you connect them.
12
Check the shape of the connectors to ensure they are aligned correctly before
you connect.
Trying to force a connection may damage the connectors.
Ready
Connect the common AC adaptor 01 (option) to the
desktop holder.
Insert the W51H into the desktop holder.
Fold out the power plug of the common AC adaptor 01
(option), and then plug it into a 100V AC power outlet.
This will cause the W51H charge LED indicator to light red, and (charging
battery icon) to display.
When charging is completed, the battery level icon will show and the LED
indicator will go out.
When charging the battery with your W51H in Viewfinder position, check the
charging battery icon shown on the screen. If you set “Func in Charge” to
“MEDIA STAND,” the screen keeps illuminating with the normal brightness.
To remove the W51H from the desktop holder, holding the holder by hand
and remove W51H.
※You can connect the common AC adaptor 01 (option) to the W51H directly to
charge the battery pack.
Check the shape of the connector
ends to ensure they are aligned
correctly (shown above) when
connecting.
13
Turning On Power
Hold down F for at least
1.5 seconds.
The standby screen appears.
Icon
Signal
Strength
Strong Medium
Weak
Very
Weak
Out of
Range
• Communication is not possible while the signal strength
icon is
(Out of Range).
• Communication may not be possible while the signal
strength icon is
(Very Weak).
Icon
Battery
Level
Standby screen
Fully
Charged
High
• The battery level icon
during charging.
Medium
Low
Fully
Extension Mode※ Charging
Discharged
(Fully Charged) only shows
※ Using Extension Mode
Using the Extension Mode, W51H automatically shuts down the
radio wave after issuing the Low Battery Alert. This is quite a useful
function that you can still check outgoing/incoming records, content
of e-mail, address book, Schedule and so on when necessary. In
this case, you can only use the functions which needs no radio
wave.
Page
109
■ Turning off power
Hold down F for at least 1.5 seconds.
Initial Values
The initial values are as follows.
Lock No.
Teens Lock No.
Caller ID
Incoming Display
Profile
14
1234
1234
ON
ON
Blank
Font Size
Add Book Char
Input
Mail Char
EZweb Char
Data Folder Char
Text Memo Char
Middle
Middle
Middle
Small
Middle
Middle
Security Code and Passwords
Ready
The W51H lets you use the numbers and passwords described below.
Be sure to take steps so you do not to forget your numbers and
passwords. You will need them to perform various operations and to
access subscription services.
Security Code
① For remote operation of the Answering Service (Voice Mail) and Call
Transfer from a standard phone
Usage Examples ② For inquiries, applications, and service modifications using au
Customer Service Center voice guidance, au website, and EZweb
③ For changing e-mail settings
Initial Values
4-digit number you entered on your subscription contract
Lock No.
Usage Examples For modifying various phone settings
Initial Values
1234
Teens Lock No.
Usage Examples For modifying various phone settings in Teens Mode
Initial Values
1234
EZ Password
Usage Examples For entering and canceling subscriptions for EZweb fee-based content
Initial Values
4-digit number you entered on your subscription contract
Premium EZ Password
① For entering and canceling subscriptions for EZweb fee-based content
Usage Examples
paid for using “まとめてau支払い ” (au Collective Payment Service)
② For purchasing products from EZweb sites that use “まとめてau支払い ”
(au Collective Payment Service)
Initial Values
4-digit number you entered on your subscription contract
If fingerprint data is registered, Fingerprint authentication screen appears
instead of the entering Lock No. screen.
15
Selecting English as the Display
Language
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c.
Use a to select “ 機能設定 ”
(Settings), and then press
c (OK).
Press 3 ( 画面表示/照明 )
(ScreenSetup/DisplayLighting).
16
5 (Set Language).
Ready
2 (English).
This selects English as the display
language.
Even if English is selected as the display language, schedule and other
dates are displayed in the format year/month/day. Folder names inside of
the Data Folder are also displayed in year/month/day format.
17
Operation Basics
u • Selects news flash telop,
■ Key functions
•
r • Displays outgoing records.
l • Displays incoming records.
Scrolls forward one menu
screen.
• Selects an item.
•
Returns to the previous
menu screen.
• Selects an item.
•
c • Displays the main menu.
d • Displays the standby
•
shortcut icon.
• Selects an item.
Applies an item.
& • Displays the address book.
•
% Displays the EZ apps
•
menu.
L • E-mail
•
window.
Selects an item.
Creates a new address
book (hold down for about
one second).
R • Displays the EZ menu.
C-mail (hold down for
about one second)
F • Toggles power on and off
(hold down for at least 1.5
seconds).
• Hangs up.
• Terminates a function.
• Returns to the standby
screen.
N • Dials/answers a phone call.
• Displays the Pair Function.
C • Memo
• Toggles Easy Voice Memo
on and off (hold down for
about one second).
• Deletes a character.
• Returns to the previous
menu screen.
0 ∼ 9*#
• Inputs phone number.
• Inputs text character.
■ Side key functions → “Viewfinder Position and Self-portrait Position” (Page 22)
( • Toggles Manner Mode
on and off (hold down
for about one second).
nm • Displays outgoing records. ※
On menu, scroll one screen forward/backward.
Selects an item. ※
h • Selects news flash telop, window.
• Displays the standby shortcut icon.
• Selects an item.
• Page scroll at browser display
•
•
b • Starts photo (hold down for
v • Displays the
•
main menu.
Applies an item.
about one second).
Shutter when shooting photo
• Starts recording when
recording a movie.
•
※ Can be operated in Viewfinder position only.
18
◎If you lose track of where you are or if you make a mistake:
Press C/( to scroll back to the previous screen.
Press F to return to the standby screen.
is in the lower right corner of the photo or movie screen,
◎When
pressing 0 will display key help.
◎Holding down c/v for about one second toggles side key’s disabling
feature on and off while W51H is folded. To cancel the side key’s
disabling feature, follow the above procedure with W51H unfolded.
Display Indicators
1234567 89
!
)
1
Signal strength
2
Battery level
3
The microSDTM memory card (commercial item)
is inserted into the cellphone.
4
5
During a call
/ /
6
7
~
"
#$% &
12
6# 7
EZ apps (BREW®)/Hello Messenger/PC Site
Viewer on
Unread mail
/ / au Music Player/SD-Audio Player/EZ•FM on
8
Key guidance on the EZweb screen
(while browsing) or the EZ Channel-Plus
program screen (while playback), etc.
9
Current time
The date and time are set automatically.
!
FeliCa Lock on
"
Selects the user defined icons such as calculator,
Mobile Dictionary, Emission Off Mode, Mode
Settings, Extension Mode, and Note Pad 01,
“日立製作所からのご案内” (information from Hitachi),
etc. by pressing d and a.
#
Easy Voice Memo on
(
メインディスプレイ
Main display
$
Manner Mode on
!
%
Ring tone off
9
&
Vibrator on
)
(
EZ Channel-Plus is in use.
Sub display
サブディスプレイ
(本体を閉じたとき)
(When
phone is folded)
Ready
The following explains the main icons that appear on the standby screen.
)
ー
News flash telop
~
ー
News flash window
■ Key symbols used in this manual
The cursor key described in this manual using the key
symbols shown below.
u or d key: j
a
l or r key: s
u, d, l or r key: a
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Main Menu
Pressing c while the standby screen is displayed displays the main menu.
Use a to select the icon, and then press c (OK) to access the
function associated with the icon.
Camera
Music/Radio
microSDTM Menu
Hello Messenger
Data Folder
EZ FeliCa Menu
Function/Setup
W-Scene Settings
Watch/Calendar
Accessories
PC Site Viewer Menu
Smart Sensor
■ Using the Main Menu
Example: To display the setting screen from the main menu.
Press a to select
“Settings,” and
c
then press c (OK).
C returns to the
Standby screen
previous screen.
C returns to the
Main menu
previous screen.
F returns to the standby screen.
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Setting screen
■ Using Soft Keys
Left
Center Right
Left soft key
%
Ready
Soft keys are the keys you use to execute the functions along with the bottom
of the screen. The table below explains how to assign the soft keys to the onscreen functions. Note that the function of each soft key depends on the
currently displayed screen.
Executes the function on the left.
Center soft key c
Executes the function on the center.
Right soft key &
Executes the function on the right.
■ Using Menus
Pressing the soft key that corresponds to the “Menu” at the bottom of the
display will display a menu of various operations related to the function you
are currently using.
Example: To open the photo monitor menu screen from photo monitor screen.
Press a, to select
c
“Camera,” and then
press c (OK).
C returns to the
C returns to the
previous screen.
previous screen.
Main menu
Standby screen
Camera menu
screen
C returns
to the
previous
screen.
C returns to
the previous screen.
Or, & (Close).
F returns to the
standby screen.
& (Menu)
Photo monitor
menu screen
1 (Photo)
Photo monitor
screen
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Viewfinder Position and
Self-portrait Position
You can execute the operations with your W51H open, set in Viewfinder
position or Self-portrait position.
◎ Rotate your W51H display in the direction as illustrated below (within 180
degrees from the normal position). Gently rotate your W51H display.
Otherwise, you may damage your W51H.
◎ During rotating (motion - ), do not use your W51H or force to give
open-close motion. It may also cause damage.
Open your W51H display
to stand straight up.
Gently rotate the display
180 degrees clockwise.
-
-
➔
■ When you set your W51H in Viewfinder position
Close your W51H so as to make your
W51H display facing toward you.
● Viewfinder position
Viewfinder position refers to the position with your W51H closed and its display turned
over. In Viewfinder position, you can use side keys (( , v , n , m , g , f ,
b) to operate your W51H.
You can also take photos using W51H as a Viewfinder (digital camera-like).
■ When you set your W51H in Self-portrait position
Turn over your W51H so as
to make camera lens facing
toward you.
● Self-portrait position
You can take your self-portrait photo easily with this position.
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In Viewfinder position, you can use side keys ((vnmh
b) to play songs listed with au Music Player and read the data.
For key operations in Viewfinder position, you can use nmh
instead of a or use v instead of c.
( returns to the previous screen.
Ready
Basic Operations in Viewfinder
Position
■ Key operations in Viewfinder position
Key
(
Description
•
•
•
•
•
•
Displays the Manner menu.
Toggles Manner Mode on and off (hold down for about one second).
Set the ring tone mute and stop the vibrator when there is an incoming call.
Returns to the previous screen.
Returns to the standby screen (hold down for about one second).
Hangs up (hold down for about one second).
h Pressing g selects news flash telop/news flash window.
nm Pressing f selects standby shortcut icon.
Pressing n displays incoming records.
Pressing m displays outgoing records.
• Moves the cursor on the screen (instead of a (Up/Down/Left/Right key)).
v
• Displays the main menu.
• Executes the function on the center part of the bottom of the screen (instead of
c (Center key)).
• Answers the call when there is an incoming call (hold down for about one second).
b
•
•
•
•
Uses as shutter key when you shoot photos.
Uses as starting record key when you record movies.
Saves photos or movies.
Activates photo function (hold down for about one second).
◎ In Viewfinder position, you can only execute the operations using side keys.
When needed, you can execute other operations with your cellphone open.
◎ You can make or answer a call in Viewfinder position.
◎ During a call in Viewfinder position, check the earpiece position to hear
the caller’s voice properly. During a call or recording a call, the image
you see on the screen is upside down.
◎ During a call, it is recommended to use your cellphone opened.
◎ In this manual, operation procedures are usually for the normal position
(with display facing inward toward the keypad). For operations in
Viewfinder or self-portrait position (with display facing outward), the
position you can use is clearly mentioned.
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Initializing E-mail and EZweb
An EZweb subscription is required to use e-mail and EZweb. If you did
not subscribe when you purchased your phone, contact your nearest
au shop or the au Customer Service Center.
※You will be assigned an e-mail address automatically when you perform the
EZweb initialization procedure.
While the standby screen
is displayed, press L.
Press c (OK).
Wait until the phone connects to the
server for initialization.
After your automatically
assigned e-mail address
appears, press c (OK).
Pressing R/% also allows you to make initial settings.
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My phone
number and
mail address
Ready
Looking Up
Your Current Phone
Number and E-mail
Address
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c.
Use a to select
“Settings,” and then press
c (OK).
Press 0 (Profile).
Your current phone number and e-mail
address appear.
You can also look up your phone number and e-mail address by pressing
c, and then 0 while the standby screen is displayed.
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Changing Your E-mail Address
E-mail address
△△△@ezweb.ne.jp
Part you can change
Domain name
While the standby screen
is displayed, press L.
Press 9 (E-Mail Setup).
Press 7 (Other Setup).
When the EZweb connection
confirmation screen appears, press
1 (Yes).
Press 1 (E メールアドレ
スの変更 ) (Change E-mail
Address).
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Ready
Enter your Security Code,
press c (OK), use j to
select “ 送信 ” (Send), and
then press c (Select).
Use j to select “ 承諾す
る” (Accept), and then
press c (Select).
Use j to select the text
box, and then press
c (Edit). Enter the e-mail
address you want, and
then press c (OK).
To input an e-mail address
→ “Inputting an E-mail Address” (page 39)
Use j to select “ 送信 ”
(Send), and then press
c (Select).
The e-mail address confirmation screen
appears.
Press j to select “OK,”
and then press c (Select).
The message “ 正常に変更されました。”
(Update is complete.) appears to indicate
that your e-mail address has been
changed.
◎ Your Security Code is the 4-digit number you entered on your
subscription contract. If the wrong Security Code is entered three times a
day, the setting operation will be disabled until the following day.
◎ If your e-mail address won’t change in step 7:
The new e-mail address you entered may be registered by someone else
already. Try entering a different address.
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Phone Call
Making a Call
While the standby screen is displayed, use
the number keys (0 to 9) of the keypad
to enter the phone number you want to call.
When calling a standard phone, you need to enter the area code.
Press N.
After you finish a call, press F to hang up.
※ The caller always hears your voice even when you cover
the microphone with your hands.
Send Methods
Displayed when you press c (Call) in step 2.
Call
: Your phone number is provided to the party you are calling in
accordance with the caller ID setting of your phone.
184 Add : Your phone number is not provided to the party you are calling.
186 Add : Your phone number is provided to the party you are calling.
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Making an International Call
■ au International Call Service
Available without any additional application
005345
International access code
1
212
Area code
Country code (USA)
123
△△△△
Press N.
Phone number
Phone Call
Ex: To call 212-123- △△△△ in the USA
• Calling charges for this service are added to monthly mobile phone calling
charges and billed together.
• Please check the Country code at the au Customer Service Center.
• For charges, please refer to the au MOBILE PHONE SERVICE GUIDE or
contact the au Customer Service Center.
■ 001 KOKUSAI MOBILE TALK
Application required.
For inquiries, please contact the KDDI Customer Service Center.
フリーコール
0077-7160 (toll-free; open 9:00 to 20:00 on everyday including weekends and national holiday)
Ex: To call 212-123- △△△△ in the USA
001
010
1
212
123
△△△△
Press N.
Area code
KDDI international access code
Country code (USA)
Phone number
• Charges for 001 KOKUSAI MOBILE TALK are charged separately from
monthly au telephone charges.
• Please check the Country code at the au Customer Service Center.
• For charges, please refer to the au MOBILE PHONE SERVICE GUIDE or
contact the au Customer Service Center.
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Answering a Call
Press N to answer an incoming call.
After you finish a call, press F to hang up.
Display for Incoming Calls
If the caller’s name is in your address book, it appears on the
display. If not, only the caller’s phone number is displayed.
A message appears when the phone number of the caller is
not provided for some reason.
ID Unsent : The caller’s phone refused to send its phone
number.
Pay Phone : The call is from a pay phone.
Not Support : The call is from a phone that does not support
caller ID.
Missed Call Notification
The message “ Call X” appears on the display if you did
not answer one or more calls. Press c (OK) to check
incoming records (caller phone number, etc.).
To redial a number
→“Redialing (Outgoing Records/Incoming Records)” (page 31)
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Redialing
(Outgoing Records/
Incoming Records)
Phone Call
While the standby screen
is displayed, press s.
r : Displays outgoing records.
l : Displays incoming records.
Use j to select the
record whose number you
want to dial, and then
press N.
The phone stores up to 50 records each for the outgoing records and
incoming records. When a record is created while there are already 50
records in memory, the oldest current record is deleted automatically to
make room for the new one.
One-ring Calls
■ What is a “One-ring Call”?
A “One-ring Call” is an incoming call that rings your phone only once, which
aims it to be stored in your incoming records. If you redial the number
shown in your incoming records, often you are connected to a dating
service or some other service that may bills you very high charges. Always
keep in mind that it is a good idea to avoid calling back unfamiliar numbers.
■ One-ring Call indicator
The icon indicates an incoming call you did not answer.
The icon indicates an incoming call that rang for four
seconds or less. These calls may be One-ring Calls with
high possibility.
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Changing the Ring Tone
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c.
Use a to select “Settings,”
and then press c (OK).
Press 2 (Sound/Vib/LED).
Press 1 (Incoming Call).
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Press 2 (Melody).
To hear the currently selected ring tone,
press % (Check).
Phone Call
Press 1 (Fixed Sound).
Use j to select the ring
tone you want, and then
press c (OK).
The ring tone is set.
◎ The initial setting is “Fixed Tone1.”
◎ You can also download a “Chaku-Uta®” from the Internet and use it for
your ring tone.
→“Downloading Chaku-Uta®” (page 76)
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Adjusting the Ring Tone
Volume
To adjust the ring tone volume, perform steps 1
through 3 under “Changing the Ring Tone” (page 32),
and then continue with the following steps.
Press 1 (Incoming Call).
Press 1 (Volume).
To hear the ring tone at the current
volume setting, press % (Play).
Use j to adjust the ring
tone volume, and then
press c (OK).
u : Increases volume.
d : Decreases volume.
Step-up : Ring tone volume gradually increases.
Step-down: Ring tone volume gradually decreases.
Mute
: Ring tone does not sound.
To display the “Step-up” and “Step-down” settings, select volume level 5,
and then press u.
To display the “Mute” setting, select volume level 1, and then press d.
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Beep,
beep . . .
Adjusting the Earpiece
Volume during a Call
Hello?
Phone Call
During a call, use j to
adjust the volume.
u : Increases volume.
d : Decreases volume.
You can adjust the earpiece volume (level 1-6).
is displayed on the screen.
When you set the maximum volume (level 6),
Turning On Manner Mode
While Manner Mode is set to on, the phone alerts you
to incoming calls by vibrating.
While the standby screen
is displayed, hold down
( for about one second.
This turns on Manner Mode, the
icon appears on the display while
Manner Mode is turned on.
Turning on Manner Mode also turns on Easy Voice Memo, which is indicated
by
on the display.
While Manner Mode is set to on, the phone vibrates without sounding its ring tone.
To turn off Manner Mode, hold down ( for about one second.
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Turning On Easy Voice
Memo
While the standby screen
is displayed, hold down
C for about one second.
This turns on Easy Voice Memo, the
icon appears on
the display while Easy Voice Memo is turned on.
You can use Easy Voice Memos (up to 4 memos), and each memo can contain
up to 20 seconds recording time.
If a new Easy Voice Memo is recorded when there are already four memos in
memory, the oldest, unprotected memo that has already been played back is
deleted automatically to make room for the new one. Protected Easy Voice
Memos are not deleted.
To turn off Easy Voice Memo, hold down C for about one second.
Using the Answering Service (Voice Mail)
The Answering Service (Voice Mail) can be used to answer the phone and
take messages when the phone is turned off, or when you are in a location
where signal reception is not possible.
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Playing an Easy Voice
Memo
Phone Call
When there is a recorded Easy
Voice Memos
The message “ Call” and
“ EasyVoiceMemo” appear on the
standby screen.
Select “ Call,” and then
press c (OK).
The incoming records list appears.
Use j to select the
record with the icon,
and then press c (Disp).
The incoming record detail screen
appears.
Use j to select
“ EasyVoiceMemo,” and
then press c (Play).
The easy voice memo plays back.
To delete an Easy Voice Memo, press C42 while the standby screen
is displayed. Select the Easy Voice Memo you want to delete, press
& (Menu), and then 1 (Delete). Next press 1 (Delete One), and then
press 1 (Yes).
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Inputting Characters
Input characters using keypad keys 0
through 9.
The table below shows the characters each
key cycles through when you press it.
d
e
f
Number of Presses
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
.
@
-
_
/
:
~
1
2
a
b
c
A
B
C
2
Key
3
d
e
f
D
E
F
3
4
g
h
i
G
H
I
4
5
j
k
l
J
K
L
5
6
m
n
o
M
N
O
6
7
p
q
r
s
P
Q
R
8
t
u
v
T
U
V
8
9
w
x
y
z
W
X
Y
0
0 . @ - _ / : ! ? ~ ( )
*#
9
S
7
Z
9
+ , ^ ; < = > $ ¥ % & [ ] ’ ` { } ˝
*
Toggles between upper case and lower case (Example: a ⇔ A).
#
Returns to the previous character.
N
Undoes the last delete operation.
• In order to input consecutive characters that are assigned to the same key, press r to
move the cursor (highlighted), and then press the same key to input next character.
Allowable Characters in Your E-mail Address
Your e-mail address (the part at the left of “@”) can contain up to 30 characters,
including single-byte English lower case letters, hyphens (-), periods (.) and
underbars (_).
A period (.) or a zero (0) cannot be used as the first character.
Characters and symbols that are shaded in the above table cannot be used at
the left of “@” in the address format “△△△@ezweb.ne.jp.”
You can input a period (.) or “at” symbol (@) by pressing 1.
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Inputting an E-mail
Address
mark@
■ Inputting “mark@ezweb.ne.jp”
In this example, we will input “mark@ezweb.ne.jp” for
“<E-Mail Add1>.” To input “<E-Mail Add1>,” perform
steps 1 through 6 under “Registering an Address Book”
(page 42), and then perform the following steps.
To input “m”: Press 6 once.
To input “a”: Press 2 once.
To input “r”: Press 7 three times.
To input “k”: Press 5 twice.
Inputting Characters
Input “mark.”
Press & (Menu).
Press 1 (Emoticon/Useful
Sentence), and then 2
(Useful Sentence).
Use j to select
“@ezweb.ne.jp,” and then
press c (OK).
“mark@ezweb.ne.jp” is inputted.
You could also input “@ezweb.ne.jp” by
pressing 02.
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Inputting Pictographs
and Useful Sentences
The following procedure shows how to input
pictographs and useful sentences into the body
text when creating a new e-mail message.
Press % (Char), and then
6 (Pictograph).
You can also select a pictograph by
pressing #.
Use a to select the
pictograph you want, and
then press c (Select).
Use L and R to scroll through the
various categories of pictographs.
To input consecutive pictographs, press
& (Serial).
Press & (Menu), 1
(Emoticon/Useful Sentence),
and then 2 (Useful
Sentence).
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Use j to select the useful
sentence you want, and
then press c (OK).
Here we will select “Happy birthday!”
You can also input “Happy birthday!” by
pressing 17.
Inputting Characters
The following shows the input screens for symbols (double-byte) and
emoticons.
Symbol (Double-byte) Input
In step 1 of the above procedure, press % (Char), and
then 5 (&@) to display the “FullSym” (double-byte
symbol menu).
Emoticon Input
In step 3 of the above procedure, press
1 (Emoticon) in place of 2 (Useful Sentence) to
display the emoticon menu.
You can also display the emoticon menu by pressing
* in place of & (Menu) in step 3.
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Address Book
Registering an Address
Book
While the standby screen
is displayed, hold down
& for about one second.
Select “ <Name>,” and
then press c (Edit).
Enter the name, and then
press c (OK).
The
<Reading> is generated
automatically when you enter a name.
To input text
→ “Inputting Characters” (page 38)
Use j to select
“ <Phone Number1>,”
and then press c (Edit).
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Enter the phone number,
and then press c (OK).
When entering the number of a standard
phone, be sure to include the area code.
If you do not want to enter an e-mail
address, jump to step 8.
Enter the e-mail address,
and then press c (OK).
Address Book
Use j to select
“ <E-Mail Add1>,” and
then press c (Edit).
To input an e-mail address
→ “Inputting an E-mail Address”
(page 39)
Press & (Reg).
◎ The Address Book can contain up to 700 records.
◎ Address book records are numbered from 000 through 699. A new
record is automatically assigned to the lowest available unused record
number.
◎ An address book record can also contain a scene, website URL, street
address, birthday, and other personal information.
◎ To delete an address book record, press & while the standby screen is
displayed. Select the address book you want to delete, press & (Menu),
and then 4 (Delete). Next press 1 (Delete One), and then press
1 (Yes).
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Editing an Address
Book Record
Address...
Birthday...
Group...
Example: To edit the phone number of “Tom Carter”
While the standby screen
is displayed, press &, use
a to select the record you
want to edit, and then
press & (Menu).
Press 3 (Modify), and
then 1 (Overwrite).
Use j to select
“ 0900006XXXX,” and
then press c (Edit).
Make the changes you
want, press c (OK), and
then & (Reg).
To delete characters, press C.
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Adding Outgoing or
Incoming Record Data
to the Address Book
r : Displays outgoing records.
l : Displays incoming records.
Address Book
While the standby screen is
displayed, press s, use
j to select the phone
number you want to save,
and then press & (Menu).
Press 4 (Reg Add Book).
Press 1 (Reg New).
To enter the name, use the procedure
starting from step 2 under “Registering
an Address Book” (page 42).
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Dialing from the Address
Book
While the standby screen is
displayed, press &, and
then use a to select the
record whose phone
number you want to dial.
Press c (Disp).
The details screen of the record
appears.
Use j to select the
phone number, and then
press N.
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Hello?
Pair Function
You can save up to five phone numbers (like
frequently used ones from the address book).
You can make calls, send mails to or use Hello
Messenger with these saved numbers (called Pair
Partners) more easily.
Registering a Pair Partner
If the Pair Partner is not registered, the
confirmation screen appears. Press c (OK).
Use s to select the 1 through 5 tab where
you want to register the Pair Partner.
Pair Function
While the standby screen
is displayed, press N.
Use j to select “Register •
Check,” and then press
c (OK).
Press 1 (Register).
Use a to select the
address book record for the
person you want to register
as a Pair Partner, and then
press c (Select).
When there is more than one phone number/e-mail address registered in the address
book, the Pair Function phone number/e-mail address selection screen will appear.
Press c (Reg).
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Making a Phone Call,
Sending Mail, Inviting a
Pair Partner to a Hello
Messenger Meeting
While the standby screen
is displayed, press N.
Use s to select the Pair
Partner.
Use j to select “Call,”
and then press c (OK).
Sending E-mail : After selecting “Send E-Mail” and then pressing c (OK),
selecting “Create New” and then pressing c (OK) will display a screen for a
composing and sending an E-mail message.
Sending C-mail : Selecting “Send C-Mail” and then pressing c (OK) will
display a screen for a composing and sending a C-mail message.
Hello Messenger : After selecting “Hello Messenger,” pressing c (OK) will
display the screen for inviting a Pair Partner to a Hello Messenger meeting.
For the subsequent procedure, see in “Creating and Sending E-mail
Messages” (page 51)/“Creating and Sending C-mail Messages” (page 57)/
“Invite the Members to the Meeting” (page 61).
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In order to register a person as a Pair Partner, that person’s name, phone
number, and other information need to be registered in the address book
beforehand. Use the procedure under “Registering an Address Book”
(page 42) to create the required record before trying to register a person
as a Pair Partner.
Mail
EZweb subscription required
Your W51H supports two types of mail:
e-mail and C-mail.
Using E-mail
Mail
To use e-mail, you need to subscribe to an EZweb service. If you did
not subscribe when you purchased your phone, contact your nearest
au shop or the au Customer Service Center.
In addition to an EZweb subscription, you also need to perform an
initialization procedure before you can use e-mail. If you have not
performed initialization yet, refer to “Initializing E-mail and EZweb”
(page 24).
E-mail makes you possible to exchange mails with a PC and with
another cellphone that supports e-mail function.
You can send mail messages that contain up to 5,000 double-byte
characters (10,000 single-byte characters), and you can attach photos
and movies to e-mail messages.
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※You can send an e-mail up to five addressees at a time.
※You can send up to 1,000 e-mail messages (each addressee counts as a
separate message) per day.
※The sending and receiving operations may take longer when a mail message
has data attached.
Internet
Sent using an e-mail address.
Example: △△△ @ezweb.ne.jp
E-mail can be sent to
another au cellphone or
cellphone of other
manufacturer’s.
E-mail can be sent to a PC.
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Using C-mail
C-mail lets you exchange text messages that
contain up to 50 double-byte characters (100
single-byte characters) with another au
Page 57
cellphone that supports C-mails.
C-mail Center
Sent using a phone number.
Example: 090-0001-XXXX
Received using a phone number.
Example: 090-0002-XXXX
C-mail can be sent to
another au cellphone.
About C-mail Safety Block
・C-mail Safety Block blocks C-mails that contain accessing URLs
(http://△△△, https://△△△) or phone numbers in its body text.
C-mail Safety Block is set to on by default. If you want to receive
C-mails that contain accessing URLs or phone numbers in their
body texts, you can disable this function to receive such C-mails.
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Creating and Sending
E-mail Messages
While the standby screen
is displayed, press L, and
then press
1 (Create New).
Mail
Select
, and then press
c (Edit).
: Address to which the e-mail will
be sent.
You can send an e-mail up to five
addressees at a time.
Press 1 (Address Book),
use a to select an
addressee, and then press
c (Select).
You can select an addressee from
sending records, receiving records, or My
Address, or you can enter an address.
Use j to select the e-mail
address you want to enter,
and then press c (OK).
Continued on the next page 51
Use j to select
, and
then press c (Edit).
: Subject of the e-mail message.
Enter the subject, and
then press c (OK).
Use j to select
, and
then press c (Edit).
: Body of the e-mail message.
Enter the body text, and
then press c (OK).
Press % (Send) or N.
The message “Sent.” appears on the
display after the e-mail message is sent.
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Reading Received
E-mail Messages
When you receive an e-mail
The message “ E-Mail” and
appear on the standby screen.
Received
e-mail icon
Mail
Select “ E-Mail,” and
then press c (OK).
Press c (OK).
: Indicates an unread message.
: Indicates an already read message.
Use j to select the unread
e-mail you want to view, and
then press c (Disp).
The received e-mail message appears.
If all of the message cannot be
displayed, press d to scroll.
Use L and R to scroll between messages.
Press C to return to the e-mail message list.
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Reading an E-mail Message
with an Attached Photo or
Movie
Example: To see a photo attached to an e-mail.
Use j to select the
e-mail message, and then
press c (Disp).
Use j to select a file name,
and then press c (Play).
◎ Depending on the size of the photo or movie file, the file may not appear
within the mail in step 2 of the above procedure. If this happens, select
the file name and press c (Rcv), c (Play).
◎ The sending and receiving operations may take longer when a mail
message has data attached.
◎ Certain signal conditions may also cause e-mail sending and receiving to
take longer than normal.
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Replying to a Received
E-mail Message
ly
Rep
To reply to an e-mail message, perform steps 1
through 3 under “Reading Received E-mail
Messages” (page 53), and then perform the
following steps.
Press % (Reply).
Mail
Press c (Edit), and then
enter the body text.
is prefixed with “Re:,” and the
body text of the e-mail is quoted.
For the remainder of this procedure
→ Perform the procedure starting from
step 7 under “Creating and Sending
E-mail Messages” (page 51).
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Avoiding Spam
It is recommended that you use our mail filter
function to block spam.
You can use “Supportive settings” to easily
configure mail filter settings by answering
questions that appear on the display.
■ Configuring Mail Filter Settings
Example: To access the “サポート設定” (Supportive settings)
1 While the standby screen is displayed, press L.
2 Press 9(E-Mail Setup)
6(Mail Filter)
1(Yes).
3 Use j to select “ 次へ ” and then press c(Select).
4 Enter your Security Code, press c(OK).
Use j to select “ 送信 ” and then press c(Select).
Next, follow the instructions that appear on the display.
■ “ カンタン設定 ” (Simple Settings)
“ サポート設定 ”
(Supportive settings)
You can choose filtering options by
answering our questions.
It is recommendable for those who want to
check the filtering conditions one by one.
“ フィルターレベル(高)”
(Filter level (Strict))
You can block the all incoming mails from
PC.
It is recommendable for those who use
only cellphones to send e-mails.
You can block the incoming e-mails from
specified senders.
It is recommendable for those who are
bothered by specified spam senders.
You can block the incoming e-mails
containing “ 未承諾広告※ ” (unsolicited
advertisement) in their titles, and “ なりす
ましメール ” (spoof e-mail).
It is recommendable for all e-mail users.
“ フィルターレベル(中)”
(Filter level (Medium))
“ フィルターレベル(低)”
(Filter level (Normal))
You can prevent spam by changing your e-mail address. See “Changing
Your E-mail Address” (page 26) for information about how to change your
e-mail address.
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Creating and Sending
C-mail Messages
Hold down
...
While the standby screen is
displayed, hold down L for
about one second, and then
press 1 (Create New).
Mail
Select
, and then press
c (Edit).
Press 1 (Address Book),
use a to select an
addressee, and then press
c (Select).
You can also select a phone number
from sending records or receiving
records, or you can enter an address.
Use j to select the phone
number you want to enter,
and then press c (OK).
Continued on the next page
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Use j to select
, and
then press c (Edit).
Enter the body text, and
then press c (OK).
Press % (Send) or N.
When the C-mail reaches the other
party, the message “Completed.”
appears, and the message is stored in
your sending records.
Reading Received C-mail Messages
When you receive a C-mail
The message “ C-Mail” and
appear on the standby screen.
Select “ C-Mail,” and
then press c (OK).
: Indicates an unread message.
Use j to select the unread
C-mail you want to view, and
then press c (Disp).
The received C-mail message appears.
Use L and R to scroll between messages.
Press C to return to the C-mail message list.
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Received
C-mail icon
Hello Messenger
“Hello Messenger” is like a portable chat room which allows you
to send text, sound and photo in real time to all the chatters (using
au cellphone supporting this service).
All chatters are represented by cartoon-style characters they
selected. The host can invite up to 4 people from the address book
entries.
Hello
Host
Hello
Hello Messenger
Member 1
Send text messages.
Member 2
Voice call
Member 4
Member 3
Shoot and send the photos.
Send text messages.
◎Due to the conditions like frequent use, location, or signal conditions, the
time you can use for meeting may become shorter than usual.
◎Two to five people can use this service at the same time.
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Display the Hello Messenger Menu
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c.
Use a to select “Hello
Messenger,” and then
press c (OK).
When you start Hello Messenger for the
first time, press c (OK) and select
your own cartoon-style character, then
press c ( 設定 )(Setting).
Item
スタート (Start)
コメントログ (Comment log)
ヒント (Hint)
オプション (Option)
Hello Messenger
menu
Outline
Select the members to invite to the meeting
Displays Comment log (meeting records)
Displays operations basics
Makes various settings
■ Character list
From these 12 original characters, you can select the one as your own character.
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Invite the Members to the Meeting
You can invite the members to start the meeting. To start the meeting,
perform steps 1 through 2 under “Display the Hello Messenger Menu”
(page 60), and then continue with the following steps.
Use j to select “ スター
ト ” (Start), and then press
c ( 選択 ) (Select).
Hello Messenger
Use j to select
“ アドレス帳 ” (Address
Book), and then press
c ( 選択 ) (Select).
Use a to select the
members.
To select the members from the address book entries, perform steps 1
through 2 under “Dialing from the Address Book” (page 46).
Press c (Select).
“Select Phone Number” screen appears
and select the phone number and press
c (OK).
The member list appears.
Your name is shown on the top of the list (or “ 私 ” (Me) is
shown when your name is not registered in the profile).
Your name or “ 私 ” (Me) cannot be changed or deleted.
To add members, select the blank column and press c ( 選択 ) (Select), and
repeat steps 2 through 3.
Press & ( お誘い ) (Invite).
The member registered in your list gets
an invitation message.
When you see “ ○○さんが参加しまし
た ” ( ○○ joined) appears on the display,
you can start meeting with the member.
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◎You can register the member from “ハローランキング” (Hello Ranking) or
“グループ” (Group).
◎You can activate Hello Messenger from address book, outgoing/incoming
records, phone number input screen to start the meeting.
When You Get an Invitation
Message to Join
When you get an invitation message to join, ring tones sounds or
your cellphone vibrates. The invitation screen (inviting you to join
the meeting) appears. When you set “ 着信モード ” (Incoming
Mode) to “ 自動応答モード ” (Auto Response), no ring tone sounds,
and you can start meeting without any operation.
When you get an invitation message to join
The message (inviting you to join the
meeting) appears on the display.
Use j to select “ 参加 ”
(Join), and then press
c (OK).
On the incoming screen, you can see
the host’s name, total number of the
members, and the time of acceptance.
◎When Manner Mode is on, no ring tone sounds from speaker or earphones.
◎Even when Manner Mode is on, the vibrator setting for “ハロー着信音”
(Ring Tone for Hello Messenger) has the priority over Manner Mode.
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Camera Features
Your W51H comes with a built-in 2.1-megapixel, 2.07-million
effective pixel camera to shoot photos and record movies.
You can attach the photos and movies that you shot/recorded to
e-mail messages.
Using the Camera
Shooting a Photo (page 65)
1
Recording a Movie (page 66)
Use your images for W51H functions!
2
Camera
You can use photos you shot for
the standby screen, for the
image that appears while the
ring tone is sounding, and in
your address book.
Send images by e-mail!
Within 500KB※, you can send a photo or a
movie (shot or recorded with Mail Mode) as
an e-mail attachment.
※ Certain signal conditions may cause e-mail
sending and receiving to take longer than
normal.
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Tips for Better Photos
Shooting with W51H open
Shooting in the Viewfinder position
Do not cover the lens or
optical sensor with your
hands. Hold the camera
securely with both hands.
Use your thumb to press
c (Shutter) to release the
shutter.
Do not cover the lens or optical sensor
with your hands. Hold the camera
securely with both hands.
Use the index finger of your right hand to
press b to release the shutter.
Tips for Avoiding Hand Movement
● Remain steady by keeping your arms lightly against your sides and standing with your feet about
shoulder width apart. Having your arms away from your side or extended in front of you can cause
blurred images.
● When you press the shutter button, remain still until your shutter tone finishes sounding. This is
especially important when shooting where lighting is dim.
● A self-timer is also provided for shooting photos. With the self-timer, you do not need to press the
shutter button to shoot a photo, so there is less chance of a blurred image caused by accidental
movement of the phone. Auto focus
W51H has built-in auto focus function. You can shot photos with the subject properly
focused simply by pressing the shutter key.
Photo and Movie Sizes
The following shows the sizes of the photos and movies that can
be recorded with your W51H.
Photo Sizes
Photo Sizes
Where to Save
Phone
120×160
Wallpaper
“Photo Folder”in W51H
240×320
WideWallpaper
240×400
VGAWallpaper
640×480
WVGA Wallpaper
800×480
“Digicam Folder”in
SXGA
1280×960
microSDTM memory card
WIDE
1600×960
UXGA
1600×1200
Movie Sizes
Movie Sizes
Standard S
96×80
Mail
Mode
Where to Save
Standard M,
High Quality M “Movie Folder”in W51H
128×96
High Quality L
176×144
Video
Mode
QVGA
320×240
“Movie Folder”in
microSDTM memory card
※ The image size is the same as “Wallpaper” when Coupling Photo, Updown Photo, Serial Shot, or
Wallpaper is selected as the recording mode.
※ Photos are saved in Data Folder when a microSDTM card is not inserted irrespective of the size of
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photo or movie.
Camera
Shooting a Photo
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c, use
a to select “Camera,” and
then press c (OK).
Press 1 (Photo).
Camera
Point the lens at the
subject, and then press
c (Shutter).
The phone emits a shutter sound.
Note that the phone emits the shutter sound even if it is in
Manner Mode.
You can also press b in place of c.
Check the subject through the monitor screen (within the
), and release the shutter.
area indicated as
Press c (Save).
The display shows the message
“Saved to data folder (Phone).” and then returns to the photo monitor screen.
Photos you shot are saved to the “Photo Folder,” which is in the Data Folder.
When shot mistakenly
If the photo is not what you want to take, press C/(/l in step 4. Next,
repeat step 3 to redo.
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Recording a Movie
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c. Use
a to select “Camera,” and
then press c (OK).
Press 2 (Movie), point
the lens at the subject, and
then press c (Rec).
The phone emits a shutter sound to
signal the start of recording.
Note that the phone emits the shutter
sound to signal the start of recording
even if it is in Manner Mode.
You can also press b in place of c.
To stop recording, press
c (End).
Even if you do not press c (End), recording will stop
automatically after about 15 seconds.
The phone emits a shutter sound when recording stops.
Press c (Save).
The display shows the message “Saved
to data folder (Phone).” and then returns to the movie monitor screen.
Movies you recorded are saved to the “Movie Folder,” which is in the Data Folder.
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When recorded mistakenly
If the movie is not what you want to shoot, press C, ( or l, and then
press 1 (Cancel) in step 4. Next, repeat step 2 to redo.
■ Meanings of the Photo Titles
The initial photo mode setting when you purchase your W51H is “Normal Shot
(Wallpaper 240×320).”
Meanings of the Photo Titles in the “Photo Folder,” which is in the Data Folder.
Example of a Photo Title 070328_1010
Date: March 28, 2007
∼0001
Serial Number
Time: 10:10 a.m.
■ Meanings of the Movie Titles
The initial movie mode setting when you purchase your W51H is “Mail Mode
(High Quality L 176×144).” The maximum recording time in “Mail Mode” is
15 seconds.
∼0001
Example of a Movie Title 070328_1010
Date: March 28, 2007
Time: 10:10 a.m.
Camera
Meanings of the Movie Titles in the “Movie Folder,” which is in the Data Folder.
Serial Number
※ “S_” is added to the beginning of the movie title when the movie size is
“Standard S.”
■ Displaying Key Help
While
(key help icon) is displayed in the lower right corner of the
screen, press 0 to display key help.
Press 0 again to exit key help.
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Shooting Photos and
Recording Movies in
Viewfinder Position
Perform steps under “Viewfinder Position and
Self-portrait Position” (page 22), and then
continue with the following steps.
Example: Recording movies in Viewfinder position
Press v while the
standby screen is
displayed.
Use mn and h to
select “Camera,” and then
press v (OK).
Use h to select
“Movie,” and then press
v (OK).
To shoot the photo, use h to
select “Photo,” and then press v
(OK).
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Point the lens at the
subject, and then press
b (Rec).
The phone emits a shutter sound to
signal the start of recording even if it is
in Manner Mode.
To shoot the photo, jump to step 6.
Display
End Camera
End Camera
Wide/Zoom
Dark/Light
Side key operation
(
( (hold down for about one second)
m/n
h
Side key operation
Display
v
Menu
Quick Play v(hold down for about one second)
Shot/Rec b
To stop the recording
press b (End).
Camera
Even if you do not press b, recording
will stop automatically after about 15
seconds.
The phone emits a shutter sound when
recording stops.
Press b (Save).
The display shows the message “Saved
to data folder (Phone).” and then
returns to the movie monitor screen.
Movies you recorded are saved to the
“Movie Folder,” which is in the Data
Folder.
If the recorded movie is not what you want, press ( and use mn to
select “Cancel,” then press v. Next, repeat step 4 to rerecord.
◎To shoot the photo, hold down b for about one second in step 1.
◎Check the subject through the monitor screen (within the area indicated
as ), and release the shutter. First, half-press b (Focus lock is
enabled). Then, without releasing your fingers off b, full-press the key
and shutter releases.
◎To shoot the photo, press b in step 6. The display shows the message
“Saved to data folder (Phone).” and then returns to the photo monitor
screen. Photos you shot are saved to the “Photo Folder,” which is in the
Data Folder.
◎If the photos is not what you want, press ( in step 6.
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Viewing Photos and
Movies
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c,
use a to select “Data
Folder,” and then press
c (OK).
Use j to select “Photo
Folder,” or “Movie Folder,”
and then press
c (Detail).
Selecting “All Data” displays a list of all
photos and movies in the “Photo
Folder” or “Movie Folder.”
Use j to select the dated
(by recording date) folder,
and then press
c (Detail).
A list of all movies that were recorded
on that day are displayed.
Use a to select the photo
or movie you want to play,
and then press
c (Disp/Play).
The photo or movie displays/plays.
※ To pause movie playback, press c ( ).
Playback will stop automatically when the movie ends.
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Attaching a Photo or Movie
to an E-mail Message
Perform the procedure from step 1 to 3 under “Shooting a Photo” (page
65) or “Recording a Movie” (page 66), and then perform the following
steps.
Press % (E-Mail), and
then press 1 (Attach).
Photos you shot are stored in the
“Photo Folder” and movies are stored in
the “Movie Folder,” (those folders are in
the Data Folder).
Camera
Perform the procedure starting from step 2 under
“Creating and Sending E-mail Messages” (page 51) to
create an e-mail message.
※ A movie attached to an e-mail can be played only on the cellphone that
supports movie playback or on a PC.
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EZweb
EZweb subscription required
Using EZweb
To use EZweb, you need to subscribe to an
EZweb beforehand. If you did not subscribe
when you purchased your phone, contact your
nearest au shop or the au Customer Service
Center.
In addition to an EZweb subscription, you also need to perform an
initialization procedure before you can use EZweb. If you have not
performed initialization yet, refer to “Initializing E-mail and EZweb”
(page 24).
EZweb allows you to access to Chaku-Uta®, the latest news, and other
web-based contents.
While the standby
screen is displayed
Internet
Wallpaper
R ➔ c (OK)
Games
Latest news
Weather reports
Chaku-Uta®
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Traffic reports
Chaku-Uta-Full®
Displaying the EZ Top Menu
While the standby screen is displayed,
press R, use s to select “EZweb,” and
then press 1 (Top Menu).
1
1
2
2
3
4
3
キーワード検索機能(Search by keyword)
Provides information search function by keywords
カテゴリで探す(Search by category)
Searches for a site by category
EZサービスで探す(Search by useful EZ services)
Introduces useful, amusing and recommended services
special to EZweb
トップニュース(Top News)
Provides the automatically-updated latest top news
5
5
最新オススメ情報(Latest au recommended Information)
Introduces various EZweb features and content information
6
6
デイリーツール(Daily Tools)
Provides daily information about weather, fortunetelling,
etc., along with handy train transfers
7
ビジネス&ニュース(Business & News)
Provides the latest information such as news, weather, and
other information beneficial for business
7
8
9
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8
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#
9
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%
!
&
(
)
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+
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#
$
%
&
◎ The layout and contents
of the EZweb screens
are example. These are
subject to change.
◎ Some sites may charge
you for the content in
addition to call charges.
(
)
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+
エリア(Area)
Provides local information about train transfers, map searches, etc.
ショッピング&オークション(Shopping & Auctions)
Provides information about shopping malls where you can
purchase goods with your cellphone and the information
about the net auction where you can sell or buy easily
ライフ(Daily life) Provides useful information for daily life
ホビー&カルチャー(Hobbies & Culture)
Provides the latest information about games, music,
e-books, and information about hobby and entertainment
trends
EZweb
4
コミュニティ(Community)
Provides the useful, amusing information that make you
feel like using such as SNS, blog
au My Page
Provides a place where you can configure information and
tools to suit your needs, and to store large volumes of
data.
au style Introduces au-recommended information and sites
とくする情報(Valuable Information)
Provides gifts and useful information exclusively for EZweb
service subscribers for free
auお客さまサポート(au Customer Support)
Provides phone bills, procedures, au information, and au online manuals
カンタンアクセス・オープンサイト(Simple Access and Open Site)
Introduces Simple Access and Open Site
災害用伝言板(Disaster Message Board)
Registers/checks the safety information in disasters
ENGLISH Introduces English sites
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Bookmarking Sites You
Frequently Access
Display favorite sites you
want to bookmark, and
press & (BrowserMenu).
Press 1 (New bookmark).
※ You may not be able to bookmark
some sites.
Press & (Reg).
Use j to select a folder,
and then press c (OK).
The message “Registered” appears
when completed.
You can have up to 100 sites in the Bookmarks.
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Bookmark
it!
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L
Viewing a
Bookmarked Site
While the standby screen
is displayed, press R.
EZweb
Use s to select “EZweb,”
and then press 2
(Favorite Site).
Use j to select a site or
folder, and then press
c (OK).
If you selected a folder, use j to
select a site, and then press c (OK).
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Downloading Chaku-Uta®
To download a Chaku-Uta®, perform step 1
under “Displaying the EZ Top Menu” (page 73),
and then perform the following steps.
Use j to select “ カテゴリで
探す ” (Search by Category),
and then press c (OK).
Use j to select “ 着うた ”
(Chaku-Uta®), and then
press c (Select).
Select the content (desired information site), and download it.
In order to use fee-based contents, you need to enter your EZ Password or
Premium EZ Password.
Any 4-digit number you entered on your subscription contract.
Input the required password according to the instructions that appear on the
display.
To download information, follow the instructions that appear on the display.
Downloaded data is stored in the Data Folder.
In addition to call charges, you will be charged according to the pricing policy
of each site to download Chaku-Uta® and other contents from a fee-based site.
Perform the same procedure to download wallpaper and use it for the
standby screen background.
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Downloading
Chaku-Uta-Full®
While the standby screen is
displayed, press R and use
s to select “au Music.”
Press 2 (Jump to EZ
Music!).
EZweb
This operation connects the phone to
“EZ Music!” For the operations after
connecting, follow the instructions
displayed on the screen.
In order to use fee-based contents, you need to enter your EZ Password or
Premium EZ Password.
Any 4-digit number you entered on your subscription contract.
You can also download Chaku-Uta-Full® by selecting “着うたフル” (ChakuUta-Full®) in step 2 under “Downloading Chaku-Uta®” (page 76).
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Checking Charges
You can check call and transmission charges.
While the standby screen is
displayed, press c11.
When the EZweb connection
confirmation screen appears, press
1 (Yes).
Use j to select the item
you want to check, and
then press c (Select).
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EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel
EZweb subscription required
EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel provides the latest programs you registered to
download. Each updated content is automatically downloaded to your W51H.
■ Displaying EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel Menu
Use s to select
„
“ EZ Channel-plus.
Press R.
Standby screen
EZweb menu
EZ ChannelPlus menu
■ Enjoying EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel
① Register the programs you are interested in.
You can register up to 16 programs (up to 3
programs with EZ Channel) from “Jump to
Program Guide.”
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② Playback the program.
You can watch the program saved in “My Channel”
whenever you want.
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③ Save the program.
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Sav
When a registered program is updated, the program is overwritten with new one.
You should save the programs you do not want to delete in “Multi Folder” etc.
※In some cases, you may not be able to save a program because of
copyright protection.
◎ To register EZ Channel-Plus programs, you need to subscribe Packet
Communication Flat Rate Service.
EZweb (EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel)
Registered programs are downloaded
automatically since late at night to early morning,
and then saved in “My Channel.”
※The number of programs you can save may
vary according to Data Folder memory status.
◎ You need to perform an initialization procedure before you can use
this service. If you have not performed initialization yet, refer to
“Initializing E-mail and EZweb” (page 24).
◎ With EZ Channel service, each program may consist of large amounts of
data (up to approximately 5MB). To cut cost, you may want to subscribe to
the Packet Communication Flat Rate Service.
◎ When the scheduled delivery time comes, the programs are
automatically downloaded. Turn on the cellphone with its battery pack
full, and put it in the area with good reception.
◎ The display layout and contents are examples. These are subject to change.
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EZ Navi Features
EZweb subscription required
EZ Navi uses global positioning system (GPS) information to
provide you with useful information.
Use s to
select “ EZnavi.”
Press R.
Standby screen
EZweb menu
EZ Navi menu
Checking your route: “EZ助手席ナビ” (Passenger
EZ助手席ナビ」
Seat Navi)
This service provides route information (by voice and map) to a person in passenger’s
seat.
When you check where your child is: “安心ナビ”
(Safety Navi)
“Safety Navi” apps is composed of following three functions:
“Auto Position Search” (paid), “Position Search Mail” (free), “Area Message” (free).
These functions enable you to check the location of an au cellphone
supporting “Safety Navi” and receive an alert mail which is sent to a
particular au phone whenever another phone enters (or is inside of) or
exits (or is outside of) a preset area by operating W51H.
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“EZ Navi Walk”
A menu of useful options you can use while you are out.
ナビをする★
(Navigation)
地図を見る (free)★
(View Map)
乗換検索する (free※1)★
(Search Connection)
道路情報を見る
(View Traffic Info)
もっとナビウォーク
(EZ Navi Walk)
インフォメーション
(Information)
Searchable source of a route guidance (voice navigation)
to your destination, shops, and facilities
You can view a map of your current location or any other
location.
Searchable source of train transfer and timetable
information
Check real-time traffic information on the major roads all
over Japan.
Provides explanations about each setting or search on
PC.
You can register for memberships or make inquiries.
The star symbol shows that you can use your voice to enter search terms.
This is called “voice input” function.
※1 You are charged a fee for some services.
“Transfer Search”
Only to enter the station names
at which you get on the train
and off, you can find the
information such as the rail line
names, the station name where
you change the train, a time
table, and the time required.
You can find a timetable of the
starting train and the last train.
Simply select View My
Position to display your
current location on a map
in real time.
The display is switched to
the 3D image at the
guidance point or a point
near the destination.
Navigation engine by NAVITIME
JAPAN
地図: 昭文社/住友電工
3Dデータ:ゼンリン/
ジオ技術研究所
Z06A−第2137号
“Mail My Position”
You can e-mail a map of
your current location to
another phone.
EZ Navi
“View My Position”
“3D Navi”
Your initial location is
indicated by
.
Changes in your location
are indicated in real time
by
. ◎ In addition to packet communication fee, you may be charged some
other fees for using EZ Navi.
◎ The display layout and contents are examples. These are subject to change.
◎ 3D Navi look straight ahead wherever you turn to.
◎ Because 3D Navi displays a map, packet communication fee is high.
◎ You can use 3D Navi in the area along the street within a radius of 50 meter
from a main crossing in 23-ward area and some major cities designated by
government.
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Safety Navi Features
EZweb subscription required
You can check the location of another au phone and receive a
notification message when you enter or leave a specific area
during a predefined time period by your operation of W51H.
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“いつでも位置確認” (Auto Position Search)
Features
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Park
Example: When the mother sent a mail
to her child
2
• You must register each other’s
information in both cellphones
beforehand. When mother searches
for child’s position, W51H
automatically shows the child’s
current position without operations
from the child.
Notice: The monthly fee is charged separately.
“エリア通知” (Area Message)
Features
He’s arrived
at cram school.
Cram School
Example: When the mother checks the
area her child is in
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• A message is automatically sent
from the child’s au cellphone to the
mother’s, when the child is getting
to (or staying in) the pre-specified
area in the pre-specified period of
time. Notification is also available
when the child is getting (or being)
out of the pre-specified area.
3
“位置確認メール” (Position Search Mail)
Features
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finish
Example: When the mother sent a mail
to her child:
• By sending e-mail from mother to
child, she can confirm the child’s
position.
When child’s number is saved in
Address Book, mother can confirm
the child’s position easily without
membership registration.
Notice: When confirming, this service requires
child’s operations.
◎ Safety Navi services are available only among the cellphones supporting
EZ Navi
these feature.
◎Before you can use Safety Navi, the phone numbers of the cellphones must
be recorded in the address books of both of the cellphones.
◎Before you can use Safety Navi, you need to agree the terms of use that
appears the first time you start it up and you must register a password.
※Agreement of the terms of use is required for both sides.
◎The wrong location may be displayed in areas where GPS reception is poor,
underground, inside of a building, or in areas surrounded by buildings.
◎Area Message may not be able to send alerts properly in cases where
correct location information cannot be obtained.
◎ When the other party is out of range, set to “reject,” no application,
operating, or using a cellphone not supporting this service, you cannot
check the location.
◎ If you are subscribed with “料金安心サービスご利用停止コース” (which
suspends service when a preset amount is reached), this service is not
available if you exceed your limit amount.
◎ The screen is an example, and may differ from the actual display.
◎Safety Navi features cannot be used while C-mail is disabled or when EZ
apps Restrict is selected.
◎ Free calling time provided by your service plans can be applied to EZ apps
transmission charges. However, Family C-mail Service or Packet Communication
Discount Service does not apply to EZ apps transmission charges.
◎ Location information acquisition and map display are subject to
information charges in addition to packet communication charges.
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EZ FeliCa
EZweb subscription required
EZ FeliCa is a service available for the cellphones loading the
technology of contact-free IC cards called FeliCa. Simply by
holding W51H over reader/writer (external device)※, you can use
W51H for shopping by using e-money or credit card or use it as
member’s cards, point cards, a discount coupon, and so on.
When you use EZ FeliCa, you need to download the applications
from the provider of the service you want to use.
“QUICPay” (クイックペイ) is prepared at the time of purchasing.
→ “Using FeliCa-supported EZ Apps” (page 87).
※Devices on the electronic cash registers at stores, etc, that exchange data
between FeliCa chips
EZ FeliCa Features
Shopping
Member’s Card
You can shop using the e-money or
credit card functions of your cellphone.
au network
Available as member’s cards
or point cards.
Coupon
Transportation Ticket
With your W51H, you only
need your cellphone for the
use of public transportation.
You can check the history
of use or the balance on the
display of the cellphone.
You can get the
information about a
coupon such as
discount at shops
and use it.
You can make online charge or
perform various procedures
anytime, anywhere.
■ Notes on Using EZ FeliCa
● Keep your W51H safe. In case your cellphone is lost, please contact the service
company for details about EZ FeliCa-supported service.
● We recommend that you set FeliCa Lock or Remote Auto Lock in case of loss or theft.
● We accept no responsibility for loss or damage of your data caused by theft, loss
or malfunction of your W51H.
● Your security codes and passwords needs to be highly confidential and protected.
● Contact the service company for further details about FeliCa-supported EZ apps.
● Even when your W51H supports EZ FeliCa service itself, some services may be
unavailable. For details, contact the au Customer Service Center or visit au
website.
● Some of the EZ FeliCa service are subscription dependant.
● For details about each service, contact the EZ FeliCa service provider.
● Contents provided by each service are subject to change without notice.
● Cellphones supporting each service are subject to change without notice.
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Communicating
with Reader/Writer
You can use EZ FeliCa simply by holding the
FeliCa mark over reader/writer.
Hold the FeliCa mark of W51H over reader/writer.
FeliCa
FeliCa
mark
マーク
EZ FeliCa
◎ You can use EZ FeliCa without starting FeliCa-supported EZ apps.
◎ EZ FeliCa is available even when the power is turned off. However, while
FeliCa Lock is active, or the battery level is very low, you may not be able
to use EZ FeliCa.
◎ Be careful not to bump the FeliCa mark against reader/writer when
holding over.
◎Bring the FeliCa mark close to reader/writer slowly when holding over.
◎If the FeliCa mark can not be read when holding over, move W51H all
around over reader/writer.
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Setting FeliCa Lock
You can restrict the use of EZ FeliCa by setting FeliCa Lock on. You can
temporarily release the FeliCa Lock and use EZ FeliCa for a certain
period of time by holding down r for about one second while the
standby screen is displayed and entering the lock No. (quick release).
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c
4151.
Press 1 (ON), enter the
lock No., and then press
c (OK).
The FeliCa Lock is set.
If the battery discharges while the FeliCa Lock is on, you will be unable to release
the FeliCa Lock. Be careful of the battery level. When your battery is discharged,
recharge the battery and then release the FeliCa Lock to use EZ FeliCa.
◎ When FeliCa Lock is set,
appears on the standby screen.
◎ In case you lost W51H, you can set the FeliCa Lock by
setting Remote Auto Lock. Remote Auto Lock requires
the initial setup beforehand.
◎ Even if you set Auto Lock, the FeliCa Lock will not be set.
■ Releasing FeliCa Lock temporarily (quick release)
When the FeliCa Lock is on, hold down r for about one second while the standby
screen is displayed, enter the lock No., and then press c (OK).
The vibrator works, “FeliCa Lock Quick releasing” is displayed and the FeliCa Lock
is temporarily released.
◎ If you press F or when “Quick Release” (about 5 minutes is set at the
time of purchasing) elapses, W51H returns to FeliCa Lock status.
◎ You cannot start FeliCa-supported EZ apps while FeliCa Lock is
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temporarily released.
Using FeliCa-supported EZ Apps
“QUICPay” ( クイックペイ ) is prepared as FeliCa-supported EZ apps in
W51H at the time of purchase.
■ Starting FeliCa-supported EZ apps
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c, use
a to select “EZ FeliCa”
and then press c .
EZ FeliCa menu appears.
EZ FeliCa
menu
Press 1 ( アプリ一覧 )
(EZ apps List).
The list of the FeliCa-supported EZ
apps saved in W51H is displayed.
Select the EZ apps you want to start.
au Keitai Coupon ( ケータイクーポン ) is the function that allows you to
get an information about coupon and also save it only by placing it over
the reader/writer of supporting stores.
EZ FeliCa
Using au Keitai Coupon
( ケータイクーポン )
■ To display au Keitai Coupon ( ケータイクーポン ) menu
Perform step 1 under “Starting FeliCa-supported EZ apps” (page 87) and then
perform the following steps.
Press 3 (au ケータイ
クーポン ).
◎ An information about coupon can be downloaded from an e-mail,
EZweb, etc.
◎ An information about coupon can be send to your friends using e-mail,
infrared communication, etc.
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EZ•FM
EZweb subscription required
The W51H allows you to listen to the FM radio.
Before using an antenna
Casio round-type earphone jack conversion adaptor 01 and MDR-E0931 by SONY
have a built-in antenna to get a signal.
When you listen to the EZ•FM, connect Casio round-type earphone jack conversion
adaptor 01 and MDR-E0931 by SONY to get a signal.
Casio round-type
earphone jack
conversion adaptor 01
MDR-E0931 by SONY
◎When you use Casio round-type earphone jack conversion adaptor 01,
pull out the connector straight to the flat-type stereo earphone jack.
◎Because the cable of Casio round-type earphone jack conversion
adaptor 01 and MDR-E0931 by SONY work as an antenna, do not
remove it when you listen to EZ•FM with speaker.
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Listening to the EZ•FM
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c,
use a to select “Music/
Radio,” and then press
c (OK).
Press 3 (EZ•FM).
The precautions appear.
Use j to check the
precautions, use j to
select “ 承諾する ”
(Accept), and press c.
EZ • FM screen
EZ • FM
The EZ•FM screen appears.
When you use EZ•FM for the first time,
area selection screen appears.
Select an area where you use the
EZ•FM.
◎When you use EZ•FM for the first time, perform the EZweb initialization
procedure.
If you have not performed initialization yet, refer to “Initializing E-mail and
EZweb (page 24)”.
◎No packet communication fees are charged for listening EZ•FM.
However, you will be charged for using display the song title service
provided by EZ•FM apps.
◎The display layout and contents are examples. These are subject to
change.
◎When you listen to the EZ•FM indoors, the antenna is easier to catch a
radio wave by the window.
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■ Viewing and Operating the EZ•FM
Icons appear if
downloadable
information is
provided.
Main Operations:
Key
s
Radio frequency
Displaying
changeover
speaker/earphone
EZ • FM screen
Radio station/Song C → s
title
Banner
u/g
d/f
F
Operation
Switches radio stations.
* Press 1 to 9 to switch to a
radio station which is set to each
key.
Tunes in on the station by 0.1
MHz.
* Press s for more than one
second and tuning starts
automatically.
Press 1 to 9 to input the
radio frequency directly.
Increases the volume.
Decreases the volume.
Stops EZ•FM.
*Use j to select “Stop,” and
then press c (OK).
Listening to the EZ•FM as a BGM/
Stopping the EZ•FM
Suspends/stops the EZ•FM apps. Even after suspending the
EZ•FM apps, you can listen to the EZ•FM as a BGM.
Press F on the EZ•FM
screen.
Press 1 (Shift to BGM)
or 2 (Stop).
Shift to : Although the EZ•FM apps
pauses, you can continue
BGM
listening to the EZ•FM.
Stop
: Stops the EZ•FM.
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EZ•FM apps automatically stops after 2 hours at the time of purchasing.
You can change the setting of “ラジオ自動終了” (stopping radio
automatically) in “ラジオ機能設定” (radio function/setup).
PC Site Viewer Features
EZweb subscription required
To use the PC Site Viewer, an EZ WIN course subscription is required.
If you did not subscribe when you purchased your cellphone, contact
your nearest au shop or the au Customer Service Center.
Using the PC Site Viewer, you can comfortably view the WEB sites
just like those you usually view with your PC, by high speed
packet communication of 2.4 Mbps receiving at maximum.
1
You can view WEB sites for PC with W51H
A WEB site for PC
The content displayed is an example, and it
may differ from the contents that actually
appear on the display of your phone.
2
Viewing a site with PC Site Viewer
If you set the “Display
mode” to “SSR,” a WEB
site is displayed
adjusted to the size of
W51H screen.
If you set the “Display
mode” to “Desktop,”
the portion of the
page laid out by PC
screen is displayed.
You can display/automatically-update a portion of
WEB site information. “Using PointCast” (page 93)
Registering to “PointCast”
Display a portion of a WEB site page, and
you can automatically-update it at specified
intervals.
PC Site Viewer
Select a portion of a WEB site page
beforehand, and then register it to
“PointCast.”
Displaying as “Standby screen”
If you press & (Launch) while “PointCast” is displayed, you can display from the top of the page with a
full-screen and operate the PC Site Viewer in the same way as the usual browsing.
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PC Site Viewer
Mastering Operation Basics
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c.
Use a to select “PC Site
Viewer,” press c (OK),
and then press & (OK).
Warning message on packet
communication appears.
Press 1 (Home page).
The initial setting is “DUOGATE”
(http://duogate.jp/).
※ The contents displayed on the right is
an example, and it may differ from the
contents that actually appear on the
display of your phone.
Press a.
If you select a link using a to move
, the pointer changes to
.
Pressing c (Select), the linked page appears.
◎ In step 2 of the above procedure, search tool appears.
You can enter keywords in search window, and select
“Search” to find the desired page.
◎ If you change W51H into Viewfinder Position in the
middle of a browse the screen is displayed sideways.
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Using PointCast
It’s
updated.
You can set a portion of a WEB site as the standby
screen. You can set it to be automatically-updated
at specified intervals.
When a specified time elapses on the standby
screen, the WEB site selected by “PointCast” is
displayed.
To use “PointCast”, perform steps 1 through 4 under “Mastering
Operation Basics” (page 92), and then perform the following steps.
Display your favorite page,
and then press & (Menu).
Press 5 (PointCast).
Press & (Options), and
then press 1 (New).
PC Site Viewer
Press c (OK) twice.
If you press a, you can shrink the area
displayed by “ PointCast”.
If you press & (Expand) and press a,
you can enlarge the display area.
※ If you press & (Contract) again, you
can shrink the display area.
Continued on the next page
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Press c (Edit), enter the
title, and then press
c (OK).
Press & (Add), and then
press & (Activate).
Use j to select the
interval to update the
standby screen.
If you select the interval to automatically-update the page displayed as the
standby screen from among “24 hours/12 hours/8 hours/4 hours/2 hours/
1 hour/30 min/Never”, and press c (OK), then “PointCast message ” appears.
Press & (OK), and then press c (OK) to complete the setting.
◎ Precautions for using packet communication for PC Site Viewer
We recommend that you subscribe to Packet Communication Discount
Service as the transmission fee may be quite high by performing a largesize communication such as viewing homepages that include large
images.
Also, be careful that packet communication fee will be charged for each
updating if you set automatic-update by “PointCast”.
◎ Checking current packet communication charges
You can use the Charge Reference Service (which shows a rough
estimate of the current month’s discounted packet communication
charges as of yesterday or the day before) to check the status of your
current charges.
PC ⇒ http://my.kddi.com/ (MyKDDI)
※ Subscription is required before you can start using this service.
au phone ⇒ R → “Top Menu” → “auお客さまサポート” (au Customer
Support)
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Simple Mode
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Simple Mode lets you limit operations to the
telephone function, address book, camera,
e-mail, C-mail, EZweb, and other frequently
used functions, which simplifies operations.
Entering Simple Mode
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c, use
a to select “Settings,”
and then press c (OK).
Press 5 (User Support),
3 (OperationSupport),
and then 2 (Mode Setup).
Press 2 (Simple Mode).
Mode.
Simple Mode
◎ The lock No. is required when changing from Teens Mode to Simple
◎ When you enter Simple Mode, settings configured in Usual Mode are
automatically changed to those configured in Simple Mode.
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Exiting Simple Mode
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c.
Use j to select
“SETTINGS,” and then
press c (Select).
Press *
(SimpleModeOFF).
Press 1 (Yes).
This returns to Usual Mode.
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Using the Simple Mode
Main Menu
For composing
and reading E-mail
and C-mail
messages, and for
changing E-mail
addresses
For checking the
latest news
information
For viewing and
deleting data in
the Data Folder
or microSDTM
memory card
For changing the incoming tone,
wallpaper, and character size, for
turning Manner Mode on and off, and
for turning Simple Mode off
For using the
address book,
outgoing records
and incoming
records, and for
registering data in
the address book
For selecting the
photo or movie
recording, and
the correction
method
For using au
Music Player
and EZ・FM
For using the
calendar,
calculator, and
other tools
For displaying your current phone number and e-mail address
Simple Mode
Simple Mode has its own main menu.
You can switch between the two available Simple Mode main menu styles
by pressing & (Switch).
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Adding Data to the
Address Book in
Simple Mode
While the standby screen
is displayed, press &,
press 2 (Register), and
then press c (Fix).
Enter the name, and then
press c (OK).
To input text
→ “Inputting Characters” (page 38)
Check the reading of the
name you inputted, press
c (OK), and then press
3 (Input by Myself).
You can also select data in incoming
records or outgoing records.
To go without saving the telephone
number, press 4 (Not Input) and
perform step 5.
Enter the phone number,
and then press c (OK).
When entering the number of a
standard phone, be sure to start with
the area code.
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Press 3 (Input by Myself).
You can also select data in sending
records or receiving records.
To go without saving e-mail address,
press 4 (Not Input) and perform
step 7.
Enter the e-mail address,
and then press c (OK).
To input an e-mail address
→ “Inputting an E-mail Address”
(page 39)
Press 2 (Not Register).
The confirmation screen appears.
Press c (OK).
Press c (Reg).
Number1,” “E-Mail Add1,” and “Image” data into an address book record.
◎ You can press 1 (Register) in step 7 to select a photo in the Data
Folder and assign it to the address book record.
Simple Mode
◎ In Simple Mode, you can only input “Name,” “Reading,” “Phone
◎ Pressing & (Reedit) in step 8, and then pressing 1 (Change) returns
to step 2 from which you can edit the contents of the record.
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Using the Address
Book in Simple Mode
Example: To view a record in address book
While the standby screen is
displayed, press &, and
then press 1 (Look).
Use a to select the address
book record you want to view,
and then press c (Select).
Press 4 (Read Data).
The address book record appears.
Use j to select the phone number,
and press c (Call). You can make a
phone call or start Hello Messenger.
Use j to select the e-mail address,
and press c (E-Mail). You can create
an e-mail message.
By using the address book, you can make a phone call and send an E-mail.
And you can start Hello Messenger and edit and delete an address book
record and send it via infrared communication.
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Creating and Sending
E-mail Messages in
Simple Mode
Bee
p
p
Bee
Beep
While the standby screen
is displayed, press L,
1 (E-Mail), and then
1 (Create Mail).
Press 1 (Address Book),
use a to select an
addressee, and then press
c (Select) twice.
You can select an addresses from
sending/receiving records, or you can
manually enter an address.
Press c (Fix), enter the
subject, and then press
c (OK).
To input text
→ “Inputting Characters” (page 38)
Press c (Fix).
Simple Mode
Continued on the next page
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Enter the body text, and
then press c (OK).
To input text
→ “Inputting Characters” (page 38)
Press 3 (Not Attach).
The confirmation screen appears.
Press c (OK).
In case of attaching some data with
e-mail, operate the followings.
1 (Data Folder):
You can select a photo saved in the
Data Folder and attach it to the email message.
2 (microSD):
You can select a photo saved in the microSDTM memory card and attach it
to the e-mail message.
In Simple Mode, an e-mail message can have only one attachment.
After checking the content of
the e-mail, press c (Send).
The message “E-Mail is sent.” appears
on the display after the e-mail message
is sent.
Pressing & (Reedit) instead of c (Send) in step 7 returns to step 2, from
which you can edit the contents of the e-mail message.
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Shooting a Photo in
Simple Mode
Clic
k!
While the standby screen
is displayed, press c, use
j to select “CAMERA,”
and then press c (Select).
Press 1 (Photo), and
then press 1 (Photo1).
Photo 1
Photo 2
Photo 3
Wallpaper 240×320
WVGA Wallpaper 800×480
UXGA 1600×1200
Point the lens at the
subject, and then press
c (Shutter).
The phone will emit a shutter sound.
You can also press b in place of c.
Press & (Save).
Simple Mode
Pressing c (Menu) in step 4, and then pressing 2 (Send Mail) will
display a screen for composing an e-mail message with attached photo.
To create an e-mail message
→ Perform the procedure starting from step 2 under “Creating and Sending
E-mail Messages in Simple Mode” (page 101).
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Viewing Photos in
Simple Mode
While the standby screen is
displayed, press c, use j
to select “DATA FOLDER,”
and then press c (Select).
Press 1 (Data Folder).
Use j to select “Photo
Folder,” and then press
c (Select).
Selecting “All Data” displays a list of all
photos in the Photo Folder.
Use j to select the dated
(by shooting date) folder,
and then press c (Select).
A list of all photos that were shot on
that day are displayed.
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Use a to select the photo
you want to view, and then
press c (Menu).
Press 1 (Play).
The photo appears.
2 (Delete): Deletes data.
3 (Attach E-Mail):
Displays a screen for composing an e-mail message
with an attachment.
To create an e-mail message
→ Perform the procedure starting from step 2 under “Creating and
Sending E-mail Messages in Simple Mode” (page 101).
4 (MoveTo microSD): Moves the data to microSDTM memory card.
5 (Send via Ir): Sends your data via infrared.
Simple Mode
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Teens Mode
Teens Mode can be used to block spam, and
to block inadvertent access to phone
numbers and URLs included inside mail
messages. Teens Mode can also be used to
restrict call time and the number of sending
mail.
Using Teens Mode
■ Teens Mode can be used to restrict mail reception and
display contents.
When the sender is
a Pair Partner
Receipt is allowed.
When the sender is
included in the
address book
Receipt is allowed. However, the phone numbers, e-mail
addresses or URLs contained in the body of the mail message can
not be used.
When the sender is
not either of the above
E-mail: Only the sender’s name and subject are received.
Body text and attached data are not received.
C-mail: Not received.
■ Turning on “Teens Restrict” and Teens Mode makes it
possible to restrict call time and the number of sending mail.
● Making a Call
To someone who is
a Pair Partner
No restriction
To someone who is
not a Pair Partner
Call time is restricted. Further calling is not possible if the call time
exceeds the “Teens Restrict” setting.
● Sending a Mail
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To someone who is
a Pair Partner
No restriction
To someone who is
not a Pair Partner
The number of sendings is restricted. Further mailing is not possible if
the number of sendings exceeds the “Teens Restrict” setting.
Turning on Teens Mode
While the standby screen is
displayed, press c, use
a to select “Settings,” and
then press c (OK).
Press 5 (User Support), and
then 3 (OperationSupport).
Press 2 (Mode Setup),
and then 3 (Teens Mode).
Press 1 (Switch
TeensMode), and enter the
lock No., and press
c (OK).
Teens Mode
The lock No. is required when changing from Teens Mode to Usual Mode
or Simple Mode.
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Other Functions
Security Setup Features
With Security Setup, you can make a phone call to preregistered
numbers or use high-volume buzzer just holding down 0 for about
one second.
Safety Buzzer
You can use W51H as high-volume emergency
buzzer by holding down 0 for at least one
second while the standby screen is displayed.
■ To turn on Safety Buzzer
While the standby screen is displayed, press c5341,
input the lock No., and then press c (OK).
■ To stop Safety Buzzer
To stop Safety Buzzer, input the lock No., and then press
c (OK).
※ You cannot turn off W51H or perform any other operation while the
Safety Buzzer is sounding. The Safety Buzzer will continue to sound
until you input the lock No. or the battery fully discharges.
Hot Dial
With Hot Dial, holding down 0 for about one second will dial a
preset phone number.
■ To turn on Hot Dial
While the standby screen is displayed, press c5342,
input the lock No., and then press c (OK).
Next, input the phone number you want to preset, and then press
c (Reg).
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◎While connected with Casio round-type earphone jack conversion
adaptor 01 and MDR-E0931 by SONY/Casio flat-type stereo earphones
03 (option)/flat-type switched earphone microphone (option)/flat-type
stereo earphone-microphone (option), Safety Buzzer sounds through
W51H speaker.
◎Even when Manner Mode is on, Safety Buzzer sounds.
Extension Mode
Using the extension mode, W51H automatically shuts down the radio
wave after issuing the Low Battery Alert. This is quite a useful function
that you can still check outgoing/incoming records, content of e-mail,
address book, Schedule and so on when necessary. In this case, you
can only use the functions which needs no radio wave.
■ To turn on Extension Mode
While the standby screen is displayed,
press c5331.
Display example when you switch to Extension Mode
Other Functions
109
Smart Sensor Features
Using the fingerprint authentication function of
Smart Sensor allows you to skip the operations
of entering Lock No. with dial keys and to
release the lock by sliding your finger on the
Smart Sensor.
Smart Sensor is also available to the operation
of scrolling screen in viewfinder position and
double tap.
Fingerprint Authentication
■ To register your fingerprint
Press c while the standby screen is displayed, use a to select
“Smart Sensor” and then press c (OK). Select “VrfyFgrPrt Setup”
and then press c (OK). Enter the Lock No. and then press
c (OK) twice.
Following the instructions on the display, slide your finger over the
Smart Sensor downward.
※ To register the fingerprint, you need to scan the identical finger at least
three times.
Slide your finger three times over.
After scanning the fingerprint is completed, press c (OK) to
select the finger scaned for use, and then press c (OK).
Press c (OK) again, enter the name of the fingerprint and press
c (OK) to register the fingerprint.
■ To authenticate your fingerprint
If Setting Fingerprint authentication is completed, Fingerprint
authentication screen appears instead of the entering Lock No. screen.
Following the instructions on the display, slide your finger on the
Smart Sensor downward.
110
※ By pressing & (LockNo) on the fingerprint authentication screen,
entering Lock No. screen appears. You can also release a Lock by
entering Lock No. instead of fingerprint authentication.
If you use the function of Fingerprint authentication, you must change the
Lock No. from the viewpoint of security.
Tap
Operating the Smart Sensor functions as pressing
gfmnv on the photo screen, the movie screen and the
EZ Navi screen, and as scrolling and pressing v on the PC Site
Viewer screen and the PC document Viewer screen in viewfinder
position.
■ Double Tap
Tapping at the Smart Sensor by
your finger twice (double tap)
functions as pressing v.
■ Scroll
Other Functions
If you slide your finger on the
Smart Sensor, a screen or a
cursor moves to a direction
toward which your finger turns.
Sliding your finger while holding
down keeps scrolling in the same
direction.
111
In addition to the functions covered in this Basic Manual, your W51H
also has the following features.
Global Expert
Infrared Communication
W51H supports Global Expert based
on au IC-Card.
Global Expert is an international
roaming service for the customers to
use the phone replacing its au IC-Card
with GSM cellphone for overseas use.
No special application procedure or
daily/monthly fee are needed, and the
call charge is added up to domestic
call, so the pay procedure is simple.
You can exchange the data saved in
your address book, Schedule, or Data
Folder between au cellphones
supporting infrared communication.
au Music
Pressing * allows you to take
close-up photos of food, flowers, and
other subjects (closest focusing
distance: 10 cm).
You can use au Music Player to enjoy
a Chaku-Uta-Full® or your favorite CD
tracks. Also, you can download a
Chaku-Uta-Full® or purchase CD
tracks by accessing “EZ Music!”
PC Document Viewer
You can display such data created with
PC as Microsoft Word®, Microsoft
Excel®, Microsoft® PowerPoint®, PDF,
HTML or mHTML. With this feature, you
can display such data in full-screen,
enlarged or reduced, landscape or
portrait switch, or fitting.
Barcode Reader & Maker
You can use the camera to read QR
codes and barcodes. Also, you can
create your own barcodes directly
from your address book entries.
au My Page
You can upload and backup various
data in your W51H (in Address Book,
E-mail, Data Folder) to au My Page
on server to manage/check them.
112
EZ Apps (BREW®)
Enjoy downloaded games and other
software.
Macro Mode
(Photo and Movie)
Serial Shot
(Photo)
You can shoot up to nine consecutive
images and store all of them or only
selected images in memory.
Post Recording/ Telop
(Movie)
After recording a movie, you can add
audio or text. You can select from among
24 basic colors or from a palette of 169
colors for the text and background.
WIDE VGA (800x480)
High-resolution screen
You can display the map screen in EZ
Navi Walk, the web site screen in PC
site viewer with high resolution by
simple operation of W51H.
EZ News Flash
You can check latest news report on
your standby screen. With this total
new “information delivery service,” you
can select news flash telop or news
flash window to browse various news
information.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
The phone
does not
turn on.
I can’t make
calls.
What to check
Is the battery pack
installed correctly?
Is the battery pack
charged?
Are you holding down
F for at least 1.5
seconds?
(Out of Range) on
Is
the display?
Are you including the
area code?
Is the phone turned on?
Did you press N?
I can’t
receive calls.
Nothing
happens when I
press the keys.
I can’t hear
the caller.
Page
Correctly install the battery pack.
−
Charge the battery pack. ※
P.12
Hold down F for at least 1.5
seconds to turn on the phone.
P.14
Wait until you are in a location
where
is not displayed before
trying to make a call.
P.14
When making a call to a standard
phone, you need to input the area
code, and then the phone number.
Hold down F for at least 1.5
seconds to turn on the phone.
After inputting the phone number,
press N to dial it.
Turn off Emission OFF Mode.
Move to a location where
on the display.
is not
P.28
P.14
P.28
−
P.14
Is the phone turned on?
Hold down F for at least 1.5
seconds to turn on the phone.
P.14
Is Emission OFF Mode
turned on?
Turn off Emission OFF Mode.
−
Is the phone turned on?
Hold down F for at least 1.5
seconds to turn on the phone.
P.14
Is battery pack power
low?
Charge the battery pack.
P.12
Is Easy Voice Memo
turned on?
Is Drive Mode turned
on?
Is the earpiece volume
level too low?
Is the earpiece covered
with your ear?
Hold down C for at least one
second to turn off Easy Voice Memo.
Hold down ( for at least one
second to turn off Drive Mode.
During a call, press u to increase
earpiece volume.
Make sure to place the earpiece to
the center of your ear.
P.36
P.4
P.35
Troubleshooting
The phone
emits a warning
tone, and then
turns off.
The phone
answers
calls
automatically.
Is Emission OFF Mode
turned on?
Is
(Out of Range) on
the display?
What to do
−
※ If the battery level is very low, “NOW LOADING...” is shown on the display, and after a while display disappear.
For more detailed information, visit one for the following HITACHI websites.
• On your W51H phone, go to http://www.hitachi.co.jp/ez/faq/ (HITACHI Cellphone Q&A). (Japanese only)
• On your computer, go to http://www.hitachi.co.jp/mobilephone/faq/ (HITACHI Cellphone Q&A). (Japanese only)
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If you lose your W51H
Turning on Remote Auto Lock makes it possible
for you to set Auto Lock and FeliCa Lock on from
a remote location. This lock function keeps
others from using your W51H.
Auto
Lock
OK!
■ Configuring Remote Auto Lock Settings
You can set Auto Lock and FeliCa Lock on by making calls several times from the
registered phone number to your W51H within the specified period of time.
While the standby screen
is displayed, press
c414, input the
lock No., and then press
c (OK).
Press 6 (Caller ID List).
Use j to select a
registration number,
press % (Edit), input the
phone number, and then
press c (Reg).
You can also press & (Menu) before
inputting a phone number, and select the number from the address book,
outgoing records, or incoming records, or you can specify a pay phone.
You can register up to three different phone numbers.
Press C twice and advance to the next step.
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Press 1 (ON/OFF Setup),
and then press 1 (ON).
Press 2 (Specified
Time), input the period
you want to specify, and
then press c (OK).
You can set the time period (the time
intervals from the first call to the last call
you should make to activate Remote Auto
Lock).
You can set the time period between 1 to 10 minutes.
Press 3 (Num of Incoming),
input the number of calls you
want to specify, and then
press c (OK).
You can set how many times you
should repeat making a call to activate
Remote Auto Lock.
You can set it from 3 to 10 calls.
■ Setting Auto Lock and FeliCa Lock on
After repeating a call (3 to 10 calls you have specified), Remote Auto Lock
turns active, and you hear an announcement letting you know Auto Lock and
FeliCa Lock has been set.
After Remote Auto Lock turns active, your W51H is automatically turned off,
and turned on again.
Remote Auto Lock
Make a call to your W51H from the registered phone
number within the period of time which has been specified
in “Configuring Remote Auto Lock Settings” (page 114).
◎ Remote Auto Lock cannot be activated while your W51H is turned off or
outside of the service area.
◎ When you purchase the W51H, its initial value in “Erase Data” setting is
“Not Erase,” and its initial value in “Rel Phone Lock” setting is “Valid.”
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Index
A
Address Book ...................................
Adding outgoing or incoming record
data to the address book .............
Dialing from the address book ........
Editing .............................................
Registering ......................................
Adjusting the earpiece volume
during a call ...................................
Adjusting the ring tone volume .......
au IC-Card ..........................................
Answering a call ...............................
42
45
46
44
42
35
34
11
30
B
Basic operations in Viewfinder
position .......................................... 23
Battery level ...................................... 14
Battery pack ................................. 10, 11
C
Camera .............................................. 63
Recording a movie .......................... 66
Recording movies in Viewfinder
position ........................................ 68
Shooting a photo ............................. 65
Shooting photos in Viewfinder
position ........................................ 68
Viewing photos and movies ............ 70
Casio round-type earphone jack
conversion adaptor 01 .............. 10, 88
Chaku-Uta®
Downloading ................................... 76
Chaku-Uta-Full®
Downloading ................................... 77
Changing the ring tone .................... 32
Charging the battery pack ............... 12
Checking charges ............................. 78
C-mail ................................................. 50
C-mail Safety Block ......................... 50
Creating and sending C-mail messages ... 57
Reading received C-mail messages ... 58
D
Index
Desktop holder ............................ 10, 12
Disaster Message Board Service ...... 6
Display indicators ............................. 19
Display language .............................. 16
Drive Mode .......................................... 4
E
Earpiece volume ............................... 35
116
Easy Voice Memo .............................. 36
Delete .............................................. 37
Playback .......................................... 37
Turning on ....................................... 36
E-mail ................................................. 49
Avoiding spam ................................. 56
Changing your E-mail address ........ 26
Creating and sending E-mail
messages .................................... 51
Initializing E-mail ............................. 24
Looking up your current E-mail
address ........................................ 25
Reading received e-mail message
with an attached photo or movie ... 54
Reading received E-mail messages ... 53
Replying to a received E-mail message ... 55
Extension Mode .............................. 109
EZ Channel-Plus/EZ Channel .......... 79
EZ FeliCa ........................................... 84
au Keitai coupon ............................. 87
Communicating with reader/writer ..... 85
Setting FeliCa Lock ......................... 86
Using FeliCa-supported EZ apps .... 87
EZ•FM ................................................. 88
Before using an antenna ................. 88
Listening to the EZ•FM .................... 89
Listening to the EZ•FM as a BGM/
Stopping the EZ•FM ..................... 90
EZ Navi ............................................... 80
EZ Navi Walk ...................................... 81
EZweb ................................................ 72
Bookmarking sites ........................... 74
Downloading Chaku-Uta® ............... 76
Downloading Chaku-Uta-Full® ......... 77
EZ Password ................................... 76
EZ Top Menu ................................... 73
Viewing a bookmarked site ............. 75
H
Hello Messenger ............................... 59
Invite the members to the meeting ... 61
When you get an invitation
message to join ........................... 62
I
Included items ...................................
Incoming records ..............................
Initial settings
(E-mail and EZweb) ........................
Initial values ......................................
Inputting characters .........................
Inputting an e-mail address .............
Inputting pictographs .......................
Inputting useful sentences ..............
10
31
24
14
38
39
40
40
K
R
Key functions .................................... 18
Redial (incoming/outgoing records) ... 31
Remote Auto Lock .......................... 114
M
Mail ..................................................... 49
C-mail .............................................. 50
E-mail .............................................. 49
Mail filter ......................................... 5, 56
Main menu .................................... 20, 97
Making a call ..................................... 28
Manner Mode ..................................... 35
MDR-E0931 by SONY ................... 10, 88
microSDTM memory card ............. 11, 19
Mind your manners! ........................... 1
Missed call notification .................... 30
Movie .................................................. 66
Recording a movie .......................... 66
Recording movies in Viewfinder
position ........................................ 68
Sending a movie by e-mail .............. 71
Viewing movies ............................... 70
S
One-ring calls ................................. 5, 31
Operation basics .............................. 18
Other functions ............................... 108
Outgoing records .............................. 31
Safety Buzzer .................................. 108
Safety Navi ........................................ 82
Security Code and passwords ........ 15
Security Setup ................................ 108
Hot Dial ......................................... 108
Safety Buzzer ................................ 108
Self-portrait Position ........................ 22
Signal strength ................................. 14
Simple Mode ..................................... 95
Adding data to the address book ..... 98
Creating and sending e-mail
messages .................................. 101
Entering Simple Mode ..................... 95
Exiting Simple Mode ....................... 96
Main Menu ...................................... 97
Shooting a photo ........................... 103
Using the address book ................ 100
Viewing shot photos ...................... 104
Smart Sensor .................................. 110
Register your fingerprint ................. 110
Fingerprint authentication .............. 110
Tap ................................................. 111
Soft keys ............................................ 21
Spam ............................................... 5, 56
Standby screen ................................. 14
Sub menu .......................................... 21
P
T
N
Names of parts .................................. 11
Notify caller ID .................................. 28
O
Pair Function .....................................
Inviting a Pair Partner to a Hello
Messenger Meeting .....................
Making a Phone Call .......................
Sending Mail ...................................
Registering a Pair partner ...............
PC Site Viewer ...................................
Mastering Operation Basics ............
Using PointCast ..............................
Phone Call .........................................
Photo ..................................................
Sending a photo by e-mail ..............
Shooting a photo .............................
Shooting photos in Viewfinder
position ........................................
Viewing photos ................................
Playback
Easy Voice Memo ...........................
Movie ..............................................
Photo ...............................................
47
48
48
48
47
91
92
93
28
63
71
65
68
70
37
70
70
Teens Mode ..................................... 106
Troubleshooting .............................. 113
Turning on power .............................. 14
U
Unsolicited advertisements .......... 5, 56
Using Menus ..................................... 21
V
Vibrator .............................................. 35
Viewfinder position ........................... 22
Viewing your phone number ........... 25
For inquiries, call:
au Customer Service Center (General Information)
From EZweb site:
How to access
EZ→Top Menu→auお客さまサポート
(au Customer Support)
→お問い合わせ(Inquiries)
※Menu structure is subject to change without notice.
From regular phones:
フリーコール
0077-7-111
(toll free)
From au cellphones:
157area code not required
(toll free)
Pressing "zero" will connect you to an operator,
after calling "157" on your au cellphone.
Sales: KDDI Corporation
Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company
Manufactured by Hitachi, Ltd.
Cellphone and PHS operators collect and
recycle unused telephones, batteries and
battery chargers at stores bearing the
logo regardless of brand and
manufacturer to protect the environment
and reuse valuable resources.
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January 2007, 1st Edition
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